Also, I can practically feel the disapproval of thousands of our prehistoric ancestors, and they are side-eyeing us and going, "Not cool, dudes, not cool."
There's something distasteful about laughing an animal's frantic attempt to survive.
Still, parents? What the actual fuck did you conceive this child for? There is no way in fancy fuckburg that I would let my child sit there while a lion frenziedly tries to eat it on the other side of some glass. What if the glas breaks? What if the kid is traumatized for life, pursued by visions of great cats nipping at his/her heels?
ignignokt: "... cage glass is as strong as people think it is. If it wasn't, a lion would have broken out at some point during the years before."
Chaussette and the Pussy Cats: "My instincts would make me grab my baby and run. Also, so would these videos of zoo glass breaking, a, b, etc."
Did you even watch those videos? In the first one, yes, the glass is broken but still in place. You'd have time to evacuate the premises before the gorilla starts flinging glass shards at people. The second ... gah.
what it means to stand idly while a huge predator frenziedly tries to eat her infant.
It's just poor taste, delmoi, for her to laugh at it. Just poor taste. It has nothing to do with whether the animal could harm the child. The whole thing is just gross.
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