August 26, 2008, - 5:12 pm

Great Advice Regarding Snakes @ Zoos . . .

By Debbie Schlussel
. . . Exercise in the Obvious: Don’t let the 10-foot python out of the cage.

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For the next act… Aquarium glass cleaner swims with the sharks

StuLongIsland on August 26, 2008 at 9:34 pm

I have been noticing that in recent years people have been making alot of dumb mistakes with wild animals. There are domesticated animals, most of which will never hurt people, which is why they have survived as domesticated animals, and then there are “wild” animals, which are called wild because they cannot share habitations or very much close contact with mankind,either due to their own fears and instincts, or their tendencies to attack humans, or both. Some wild animals can be raised from babies for short periods of time by people, or befriend people for brief periods of time, but will never be like dogs, cats, horses, cattle, etc. But modern people, most of whom are probably liberals, due to their tendencies to not listen and learn from the mistakes and experiences of others, will probably continue to make asses of themselves on film for messing with wild animals.

Ron Taylor on August 26, 2008 at 11:18 pm

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