The Credo, part 5
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June 20th, 2009

The Credo, part 5

Discussion (7)¬

  1. Dan says:

    Strictly speaking animals often wreck other animals habitats, whether elephants knocking down trees or insects devouring fields. We’re just particularly good at it.

  2. PeaceZGood says:

    What about the gorilla that had a kitten as a pet?

  3. GeorgeFord says:

    Old Bubbles makes the best monkey-nuggets. Thanks, Mike!

  4. Darrin Bell says:

    Those elephants and insects are part of those habitats. Local life has evolved taking that sort of thing into account. Knocked down trees and devoured fields are par for the course, just as brush fires destroying miles and miles of houses are par for the course in human habitats.

    Humans are the only species that go into a habitat not to live, but to strip it of its resources or to dump our refuse and destroy the local circle of life.

    BUT, on the bright side of humanity, we also love animals so much that we take them into our homes, feed them, play with them and even clean up their crap. Even people who can't stand people often find room in their hearts for other animals.

    We're thoughtless and careless a lot of the time, but we're basically good.

  5. Darrin Bell says:

    There's a guy who's been voting "one" star every single day for the past month. I love it when people hate something so much and prove it by reading it every single day.

    Coco proves other primates CAN keep pets, but they don't seem to think to unless we give them the pets.

  6. Jenn says:

    No, were' not. Animals have wrecked things in devastating ways long before we were around. Man animals go into habitats of others just to wreck things; man do today.

    Tehre are more animals that keep others as dinner than as pets.