My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 20, Ellen's Wild Kingdom, Ellen does not understand hunting at all. Killing animals is something she abhors. Why do hunters kill innocent animals and then cut their heads off and mount them on the wall, like they've really accomplished something? Ellen is also uncomfortable with all forms of animal testing. Why test cosmetics on some innocent animals who will not be wearing the stuff? Cosmetics companies should test their products on convicted murderers and rapists.

Ellen is also not in favor of zoos. Although those who design zoos boast about how they have created the natural habitats of the animals, Ellen does not buy it. She is quite sure that she never has seen tires on ropes in the jungles or barriers that fenced of a pride of lions on the Serengeti. She is also against putting tutus on dolphins...

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