Welp, Zoo’s are not in vogue anymore for certain. I am unsure about this posting because of, well, many reasons. I like Zoo’s I have good memories of going to the Zoo. I have good memories of taking my kids to the zoo. For me the Zoo is a place they rehabilitate and help animals, and while that happens I can see them and make WOW sounds… My kids, well they liked monkeys (me too).
We have the Bronx Zoo in the city, which is super nice, but far.. for me and I don’t like driving in there anyway. There are Wildlife refuge’s nearby several actually, plus nature trails and an Aquarium, which I also love, but never get to go to.
Anyway, if the animals are well treated, and all that good stuff then.. I want to see them. I would in fact have been one of the first people at Jurassic park. Hell, I’d work there, maybe I can volunteer at the Aquarium or the local refuge… I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT BEFORE! Let me go check… I can, I can do that… and, so should you, find something you like and lend a hand folks… or some day it might be people tapping at the glass at you when you have nothing to do. 🙂
A movie.. well that’s easy I suppose… or Jurassic Park 🙂
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