Saturday, April 13, 2013

bronx zoo-habitat cohabitation

if such different species can peacefully share habitat,
why can't the same species play nicely up and down and all around this vast world?

15 comments:

Sharon Creech said...

Verrrry good question . . .

Doug Hickok said...

Yes, a question for the ages, or should I say the sages!

JM said...

Big cats hunt where they're hungry which is not the case in a zoo where food is given on a daily basis. I've witnessed similar scenes in Africa, antilopes seem to know when a lion's belly is empty or not. :-) The human species is the only one who kills for pleasure.

Lowell said...

Hmmm...unfortunately, JM is right! Maybe the human species has more crazies than the other species?

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Welll.... they all need to feed...!!
Costas

Birdman said...

I so enjoyed my trips to this zoo. Thanks so much for taking me back for a bit.

Stefan Jansson said...

That is a good question. Probably something to do with religion.

Sharon said...

You've posed a very good question.

magiceye said...

hmmm

true that

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Humans could learn a lot from the species that took a different branch on the evolution tree.

Bob Crowe said...

Must be our genes. We're uniquely brilliant and awful, all in one package.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

If only Brattcat, how wonderful it would be.

James Wei said...

Good looking giraffe.

Birdman said...

A favorite stop at the zoo, by a neck.

Kate said...

Your question, unfortunately, belies an answer, and I am afraid that no satisfactory answer will ever be found.