Animals, weird and ordinary.
That’s the key word.
“Weird animals” aren’t just any animal.
They’re not just human-related.
They aren’t even animal-related, but animal-like.
They’re just weird, and they’re just normal.
And they’re not all cute and cuddly, either.
As with anything, we can’t be totally sure which is which.
Some animals are cute, others are not.
Some animals are just cute, and some are not, even if they all look the same.
But, as with all things in life, we have to be honest and ask ourselves what we know about what is truly a wild animal.
And we have a lot of answers to that.
We know that many animals are shy, and that some are territorial, and even that some may be very aggressive, but we also know that all animals are social animals, that they mate for life, and we know that a lot more animals live in communities.
If we want to understand how to manage wild animals, it is important to understand what wild animals are really like, how they interact with humans, and how they behave in social settings.
This article was originally published on The Conversation.
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