Zoos can be used as tools to educate people about exotic animals. Zoo visitors are able to see a wild animal closely while learning about their behavior and the environment they live in. Zoos may be the only opportunity for someone to see a wild animal. That species may not be native to that area or could be dangerous if encountered in the wild. A study found that zoos and aquariums educate people about ecosystems and biodiversity.
People are able to learn about animals in other ways, so zoos are not necessary for education. Zoos only show what a wild animal looks like in person, and do little to educate beyond that. Most people visit zoos for entertainment, not to gain more information on exotic animals.
[P1] Zoos educate people about wild animals. [P2] Zoos are the only opportunity for people to see wild animals.
Rejecting the premises
[Rejecting P1] Zoos are not the only way people can learn about wild animals.