While I would prefer that wild animals not have to live in captivity, I support zoos because, first there’s not a lot of wild left and second, this bird would not survive in the wild.
You can make an argument that this bird shouldn’t survive and that evolution punishes accident-prone individuals in the same way it does genetics that don’t fit the environment. However, you can also make an argument that humans are altering the environment more quickly that evolutionary processes can adapt and that without a compensating mechanism, we will lose the majority of our biodiversity.
Both arguments are true. Only one applies to our lives and the lives of those we care about.
This frog is already tired of pumpkin spice and wishes that people would just make their coffee the traditional way – grinding the coffee cherries into a paste, combining it with animal fat, rolling them into balls, and then drying them for easy transport.
The wall is porous and low, doing a poor job of separating the turtles on one side from those on the other. However, it does meet its purpose of allowing the turtles who built the wall to feel they are better than the identical turtles on the other side.