Describe an aquatic animal
- What it looks like?
- When did you see it?
- Where did you see it?
- Explain why it is interesting?
Aquatic animals are animals that live in water (lakes, rivers, or oceans). They range from tiny fish to very big whales. Some of them live in surface water, and others prefer deep water. Few aquatic animals like crocodiles and snakes can survive outside water.
On the contrary, most species of fish are mandatory aquatic animals which means they will spend the day outside water. Regarding food, amazingly, there are herbivores aquatic animals which eat algae and other plants which grow in the water and water surface. There are also carnivores’ aquatic animals that eat other aquatic animals.
First, I saw aquatic animals when I was a child. I went on vacation to the biggest lake in Ethiopia called Lake Tana, which is the source of the Blue Nile. I saw crocodiles, hippopotamus and fish. I was afraid and, at the same time, happy to see this animal. The unique features of these animals are magnificent. How they eat, drink, bread, and live in water has still amazed me.
Well, India is a country in which different types of animals such as wild, domestic, and pet animals exist and has a diverse life. I love to see a few aquatic animals such as fish, but the one which I am going to talk about it is crocodiles.
Crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that predominantly live in water. Moreover, they are famous for making the journey of serval kilometers over land. They are nocturnal and predators. It is large in size and around 7 feet long. It is in dark grey or black colour. Furthermore, skin is thick, and the tail is long and massive, along with having powerful jaws with many conical teeth—the life span of on an average 50 to 60 years. The first time I saw this was in Chhatbir Zoo in Chandigarh. It is a famous national Zoological park in India.
It is spread across a large area of grasslands. There I saw many different types of animals. All were under protection in safety care with precautionary plans in case of emergency or any health problems pertaining to animals. Then I saw various types of crocodiles. I felt surprised that a few were lying over the surface with a mouth and a few inside glasses of water.
They were caged with steel windows. I took many images in their different postures. Later I came to know they were trained and living there for a long time. They were trained to entertain the audience, like coming out from the lake and besides for an hour. They are famous for their look as they always keep open their mouth while swimming. So, this is an aquatic animal which I find very interesting.
Follow-ups of Describe an Aquatic Animal Speaking
Question 1:- Why do people like to keep pets?
Answer:- A lot of animals in the majority of the world are endangered. The main reason for this is population growth. As the human population increases, humans start to distract animal habitats and make them endangered. So, we need to preserve zoos and stop deforestation.
Answer:- In India, people like to keep pets because of their keen companions. Pets such as dog it is often kept in many of their houses.
Moreover, dogs are loyal to their owner, and most people love to go for a walk.
Question 2:- What should we do to protect endangered animals?
Answer:- As a matter of fact, yes. The best option we have right now is to do experiments on animals in order to solve problems, especially in the field of medicine. But any experiments should be done whenever it is necessary and if the benefit outways the risk. Always the maximum care should be delivered to minimize adverse effects of the experiment and to increase the desired outcome.
Answer:- We should educate others on the importance of animals. We should help the government and NGOs by contributing some funds for special care.
Question 3:- Do you support doing experiments on animals?
Answer:- People refuse to eat animals for different reasons. Some of them don’t want to kill animals, and they are advocates of animal rights. Such people ended up being vegetarians.
Answer:- I will not support experiments on animals because, nowadays, many computerized simulated tests are available for any kind of drug.
So we should not use it for our motives. Government has to be considered a crime if anyone is doing this.
Question 4:- Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
Answer:- Others don’t want to eat animals because they believe that it is not good for their health. These kinds of people become vegetarians, but the driving force for them is personal interest rather than their concern for animals.
Answer:- In my opinion, some people refuse to eat animals because of their eating habits and their cultures such as few vegetarian, so they do not prefer to have this food. They people think it will be a sin for them. However, it has been recommended by the doctor to have eggs once a day as they contain vitamins and nutrients but still disagree.
Question 5:- What would happen when some species disappear on earth?
Answer:- Every species of animal in the world contributes to the beauty of life on earth in a variety of ways. For instance, some balance natural resources to add aesthetic value, for food purposes, for transportation, as a source of income and so on. So whenever one species disappears, it will affect the whole ecosystem either directly or indirectly. But the change will happen gradually, so it may not be visible until it is too late.
Answer:- It will affect indirectly and indirectly in many ways such as loss of nature, environments etc. Moreover, disturb the ecological chain.
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- 2.1 Follow-ups of Describe an Aquatic Animal Speaking
- 2.1.1 Question 1:- Why do people like to keep pets?
- 2.1.2 Question 2:- What should we do to protect endangered animals?
- 2.1.3 Question 3:- Do you support doing experiments on animals?
- 2.1.4 Question 4:- Why do some people refuse to eat animals?
- 2.1.5 Question 5:- What would happen when some species disappear on earth?
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