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Please keep the Wildlife gallery free of captive animals

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Reason : Problem solved


Ade_Osman Plus
12 4.5k 36 England
26 Jul 2005 2:40AM
Ade has run out into the garden with a loaded gun!



BANG!



Oh dear I think he's just blown his own head off!

Sue

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Ade_Osman Plus
12 4.5k 36 England
26 Jul 2005 2:40AM
Bugger....I missed
User_Removed 10 4.9k England
26 Jul 2005 2:46AM
What if a duck from the local park, takes a waddle in my pond, with a captive dragon fly on its head, being dive bombed by the local, dragon fly eating, dive bombing wing beater...... What then Smile
digicammad 12 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 2:51AM
Put it in digitally manipulated. Grin
digicammad 12 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 2:52AM
Maybe we could have 2 new categories. Captive Wildlife and Wild Captive Life
Ade_Osman Plus
12 4.5k 36 England
26 Jul 2005 2:55AM
Ummm....."Humour/Fun".....

May I also suggest you give up the hallucinogenic drugs....LOL

Sorry guys, but once again I have turned a sensible thread into total chaos.....I really must learn to keep me mouth shut....Or should it be you guys shouldn't be so serious with yourselves...

Ade
User_Removed 10 4.9k England
26 Jul 2005 2:57AM
Digitally manipulated would be the biggest gallery by far....... That's the answer just one huge gallery Digital Manipulated Everything, divided alphabetically..... problem Solved Smile
Hazard 11 1.2k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 9:39AM

Quote:Totally agree,wildlife means animals in the wild,

This is not true, Any animal which is undomesticated is wildlife. I don't mind them being subdivided into different phonographic groups but they will still be wildlife. If they were not wild they would not need cages.
I never use the category system for viewing, so it really makes no difference to me.
If a lion escaped from a safari park could we then put it in wildlife ? and would we have to change category after they recaptured it ?
covey 10 1.7k Ireland
26 Jul 2005 9:44AM
Oh god........
Hazard 11 1.2k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 9:53AM
Not sure that your gonna find the answer there Smile
cambirder 11 7.2k England
26 Jul 2005 11:15AM

Quote:Any animal which is undomesticated is wildlife


No animal in a zoo is truely wild, it has too much contact with humans and would be unlikely to survive very long in the wild if it did manage to break free.
u08mcb 11 5.8k
26 Jul 2005 11:18AM
Unless it was a beetle or something.
Hazard 11 1.2k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 12:29PM
ROFLMAO @u08mcb
KatieR 11 6.2k 6
26 Jul 2005 12:30PM
ah, but what if that beetle was bred in captivity and then released to the wild...
At what point does it stop being captive and start being wild?
eh?
come on!
Hazard 11 1.2k United Kingdom
26 Jul 2005 12:56PM
Well it stops being captive the moment it was released.
And it was always wild, unless you had domesticated it which I've never tried with a beetle.