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Posted by  nomi on June 02, 2003 at 12:14:36:

In Reply to:  Re: ZOO posted by Manuel Oliveros on May 31, 2003 at 07:56:10:

hello maneik,
i think its an interesting topic, but as u are saying that not so many has work on this topic is not right. because i know a number of person who have there thesis topic are zoological garden. and i ma one of them. so its not a new topic. but yeah very few think its a good architectural thesis topic. buyt for me its really a good topic. but it all depand on you how you see it. and in Zoo there are a number of areas in whoich u can focus and make them your direction. one of them is human animal relation and really depection of animal life. becasue in the modern world when the technology is so advance that every person know how an animal live. a animal documentory can easily educate them more then your Zoo. so it is a great challenge to drive a way that make it worth viewing.
and secondly you said Zoological garden it an old term which used for oo. now other terminalogies are also using for it like naimal habibtat, etc.
secondly there a big question that why Zoo is neccessary. becasue for me they are sordiet prison and they should be wiped out of the face of the earth.
this is only one of many questions which are rised against them. so for me you should first answer them then think about make a new one. just designing a zoological garden becasue it is their is not a thesis. first prove why it is needed. why we should keep animal in zoo just for our entertainment. just took some dic. and see the world zoo and there meaning. how cruely they meantion for the entertainment of human. so its like if it is needed to kill some one for entertainment of some one it is fine.
i would like to know your comment on it.
but still i think that you should take this challenge and make it a thesis topic.
best of luck and

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