Nature, nurture and so
I was fascinated by this picture, by the look in the eye of both creatures. They observe different. The beautiful bird is watching the camera, the guy aside is too close. Why to bother the bird?
I just don´t get the point.
What am I to say to my son, to convince him not to hug on lions.
Is a lion, he doesn´t like you nor wants you near. Out of food you are useless to this animal. Out of science you are hopeless. Give me a good reason to go to bother a lion on these terms, and I dance the Rictusempra.
( By the way, there is a new storm (click) over Glasgow, happy days folks)
BACK TO WILD ANIMALS
This is the pure truth, you have to be very trained, aware and equiped, to dare to bother the wild and must be always for a superior reason or there is no reason at all.
Superior means to life.
I LOVE TO SEE PEOPLE WITH AWARNESS
Is a random video, you can get more from YouTube, nevertheless the message is the same: don´t bother.
If you don´t do any superior good just keep yourself away.
This is real life and you don´t go and say Hello to a tiger, you don´t do that not even on human beings , except for the cases where , submitted to your confidence.
MAY THE GOOD EAGLES BE WITH YOU
THIRD PART ADVICE(click )
” Does the Harpy Eagle Make a Good Pet?
Harpies would not make good pets. They require lots of flying space for exercise to prevent feather breakage and impacts with the sides of the enclosure. These eagles are also quite large and have powerful talons and a sharp beak that can easily tear open human skin.”
So, if beautiful to nurture good thoughts towards the nature whilst keeping up on reality and common sense.
OPINION ON ARTICLE/ THURSDAY/ 30.01.2020/ MISNICH.CO.UK