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Understand the principles and carry out practice of Exotic Animal Care and Husbandry watch

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    So I have an assignment in L3 Diploma Animal Management about sourcing and welfare of exotic animals, and was wondering if anyone else is studying the same course as me? As I could do with some help of public opinions

    Also hoping someone could help me rephrase this paragraph?

    'It should be recognised that although animals in captivity have the same needs of the same species in the wild, captivity is an artificial environment. An animal in an enclosure may sometimes lack the quantity and diversity of space enjoyed by an animal in the wild. Similarly, a captive animal may not have the same degree of freedom to forage, hunt, feed, exercise or interact with other species, or individuals of the same species, and therefore extra management effort is required to ensure these needs are provided for. Animals can experience feelings similar to those found in humans including fear, pain, boredom and frustration, and every reasonable measure needs to be taken by suppliers to prevent these from occurring.'
 
 
 
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