Entertainment is anything that makes an audience happy
The term entertainment is used to describe a variety of different activities aimed at making an audience happy. Usually, entertainment is associated with fun and amusement, but it can also be serious, in which case it can take on religious or ceremonial significance. Similarly, entertainment can be used to foster insight or intellectual growth, and can be provided through plays, films, and video games.
Entertainment can come in many forms and can be tailored to fit any size group. It can range from a private party for two people to a large public event for thousands of people. There are also plenty of pre-recorded products available for individuals to choose from.
It includes zoo animals
Zoo animals are part of many countries’ conservation efforts. These animals are protected by a variety of laws at federal, state, and local levels. One such law is the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). The convention regulates trade in endangered species. CITES lists animals in three appendices, Appendix I receiving the most protection, and Appendix III receiving the least protection. Membership in the convention is voluntary. However, the animals housed in zoos prior to 1973 are not covered by the provisions of CITES.
Many zoo animals show a variety of behaviors that may signal poor welfare or stress. A zoo must balance the needs of the public with the needs of the animals. Unfortunately, many zoos do not have the resources to help all of the animals. In some cases, animals are dropped from zoos to help protect them. One example is the dropping of ion-tailed macaques from American zoos. These monkeys are known to be carriers of a deadly form of herpes.