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Old 03-21-2005, 06:10 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by auntdot
Norgeskog, many animals do so.

Grew up in a family with a zoo curator, and lived with many animals and have had to stop that behavior many times by separating the animals.
Fairly high on the evolutionary trail, chimpanzees will kill their own.
to much info, I had always heard that the animal kingdom was more gracious than those higher on the food chain.

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Old 03-22-2005, 08:31 AM   #12
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Senseless Murder

Irregardless, whether animals do it or not, aren't we supposed to be considered higher than they are? They have been doing this as part of their nature. They follow plan. ARen't we to do the same? To take life for absolutely no good reason, is beyond my comprehension as to WHY? Don't you wonder what the animal thought at the end of his life? They are here to do and please their master. To come to such an end gives me disappointment in my own kind. Abuse of any form should be dealt with on the same level. 'Eye for eye" is quote I would refer to in handling these people. Our society has gotten too lax and we have to pay for it one way or another. Trying to lead normal life is out of the question. Can't make any transaction without wondering if it will come to fruition. People have no conscience anymore. In other words, they are the ones who have become animals. Dropped to lower level. Again I apologize for my personal comments about this act but if no one stands up for them this will be allowed to continue. Please let your voice be heard to someone who can make difference. There is strength in unity.

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