what really makes an animal wild? is it something in their genetics?
like how they say tigers are wild animals and will turn on you one day (even if you raised it since birth)
why arent dogs and cats wild animals? some of them live out in the streets for years then get rescued.. they could easily turn on you too..
if you raise an elephant from birth it probably wont just randomly maul you one day.. (although i know they dont eat meat..) how come an elephant is a wild animal, but yet not a wild animal? aside from size..
monkeys and gorillas too..
i dont wanna believe that some things are just genetically killers and some arent.
eta: well.. sociopathic type stuff i can understand..
Edited by coconess - Jan 05 2013 at 11:36am