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April 12, 2009

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Katie C

Two Words:

Natural Selection.

leah

I think Katie C nailed it.

xerxys

I live in Berlin, and they've handled the story quite badly. Because the woman has mental difficulties (didn't see that one coming, huh?), they are now insinuating that the zoos are at fault for not having better fences and barriers. I'm pretty sure a better solution would be to replace all the animals with cardboard cutouts. Much safer.

nicholas in germany

CRUDELY PAINTED NOT SO FUNNY PLYWOOD CUTOUT FOLK ART!!!!!!!!!!!!!........
CRUDELY PAINTED NOT SO FUNNY PLYWOOD CUTOUT FOLK ART!!!!!!!!!!!!!...

thats what YOU need for your ZOO/GRANGE/GARDEN

seriouly though that is messed up...

Stacey

My goodness, people are silly. At the Brookfield Zoo here in Chicago, some bright bulb thought it would be a good idea to "pat" the wolves. She got her hand bitten off. They shot the wolf. Clearly, there is no justice.

Janina

WACKY WAVING INFLATABLE ARM FLAILING TUBE MAN!!!!!!!!
WACKY WAVING INFLATABLE ARM FLAILING TUBE MAN!!!!!!!!

So, you know...the animals are more realistic with movement...and stuff.

Tova

NO! A wolf was killed at the Brookfield zoo for biting off a hand? I loved those wolves (my favorite critter).

I hopped a barrier fence at the Pittsburgh zoo, once, to pet the red wolves. But I wasn't stupid enough to stick my hand INSIDE the enclosure, just put my hand up to the chain link fence so he sniff then "paw" me with his muddy foot. There was a sudden tingle when, he touched me... I didn't wash the top of my left hand for days!! :-)

Nana

Excellent candidate for the the Darwin Awards! People who don't know they're not supposed to be in the bear pool should not be in the gene pool either.

Lillian

The wolf being shot at the Brookfield Zoo happened years ago. (Honestly I think they should have shot the woman.)

As for the Berlin Zoo, that woman had to climb over three barriers to get to those bears. It was not the zoo's fault in the least. She really, really wanted to be in there and she had to make a real effort to enter the habitat. I think this calls for electric fences since what most would consider obstacles and deterrents are not enough.

Clara

If I were a hungry bear and my big, breathing piece of meat would be stolen under my nose, I'd.... be really mad. :D


crazy woman.

Brandi

Probably not her best idea.

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