difference between zoos and wildlife sanctuary
An animal sanctuary is a non-profit facility where animals are protected and taken care of for the rest of their natural lives. Animal sanctuaries give animals the opportunity to live as if they were in their natural environment. It differs from a shelter in that a shelter is usually a temporary home.
Azoo(short forzoological parkorzoological garden, and also called amenagerie) is a facility in which animals are confined within enclosures, displayed to the public, and in which they may also be bred.Zoos typically house more wild animals than domesticated ones.Mathematical modelsof human attitudes show keeping animals in the zoo causes concerns foranimal rights.
In zoos animals are kept in captivity and are provided with food and carnivores do not need to hunt, also, in zoos the exact number of animals are kept track of. In sanctuaries some animals live for a lesser span, but in zoos animals tend to live longer. And zoos have no relation to menageries. Menageries are small cages that were used by British to keep animals in captivity when they ruled India.
Zoos are very much different from wild life sanctuary because zoos are the place where animals are kept in cage, they are not allowed to breed or hunt therir prey freely and in a zoo the animals distuirbed or teased by the visitors, but none of these problems are related with wildlife sanctuary.