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Big Bad Bears devour Poor Monkey!

I love the discovery channel, I think I can watch that, TLC, and the history channel non-stop for days without stopping. It's just so engaging and interesting, to find out the weird quirky thing that animals do and the dumb things that people do.

Because of my love for the discovery channel, I would've loved to have seen this in person. It's not that I have ill feelings toward monkeys, as someone has suggested, but it's just that it would be a perfect illustration of the "survival of the fittest" concept. Plus, it happened at a safari park, it is supposed to emulate the wild! Kudos to the Dutch zoo keepers!

So here's a moral for you: Don't mess with big bad bears or live right next to them.

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  • Blogger Ken says so:
    5:27 PM  

    I told you I don't believe in coincidences. Right after I posted this entry, I recieved an email that said,

    "Please be advised that there has been a sighting of a Black Bear on the property and we have notified the Police Department."

    I better run to my car when I get off work today. top

  • Blogger Matt Mikalatos says so:
    12:28 PM  

    "The park said it plans now to move the macaques to another part of the park."

    They are probably worried the macaques will seek revenge against the sloth bears. They are, after all, wild animals. top