|Wonko the Sane |
|Jet Bin Fever |
This is why the zoo is the best place to take kids, life lessons made easy.
For them, it is a thing they have to do -- from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coprophagia:
"Young elephants, pandas, koalas, and hippos eat the feces of their mothers or other animals in the herd to obtain the bacteria required to properly digest vegetation found on the savanna and in the jungle. When they are born, their intestines do not contain these bacteria (they are completely sterile). Without them, they would be unable to obtain any nutritional value from plants."
Dad seem traumatized, but Joseph looks quite pleased.
That made me really happy, that the kid took it okay. I wish the dad had been less fear-modeling.
That dad is a whiny baby. Newsflash: this happens a million times every day in nature.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
Do American squirrels not have any innate fear of tiger like animals?? (like cougar) Or is a snow leopard sufficiently different from its ancestral predators that it doesnt register?
This whole area is pretty interesting..
Maybe it has the "cats are our friends" brain parasite.
|American Standard |
If I had seen this as a child, I would have probably squealed with delight and spent the whole car ride home recounting it fifteen different ways. With sound effects.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I love the way that leopards face lights up when it realizes it found something to kill.
|Fur is Murder |
'Call me a tiger again, primate, and your kid will be next.'
Calm down, dad!
|Adham Nu'man |
Like picking fruit off a tree.
I like how around 30 seconds the leopard's like "What? I'm having a snack."
|That guy |
That squirrel needed eating. I know what I just saw.
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