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    Uploaded: 02/28/13
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#1219 - That is adorable. 12/02/2014 on make your pixel art version... 0
#1218 - Christmas hats are necessary even when you're made of pixels. 12/02/2014 on make your pixel art version... 0
#183 - I completely agree with you; killing to ensure your own surviv…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/27/2014 on 0_o 0
User avatar #184 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
Exactly.... And I think thats really my whole point. In the wild its totally natural... But for like a pet or a zoo animal thats not going to be released into the wild I see no purpose for live food. And if the animal is going to be released into the wild then i dont see the need in filming it eat. Mostly because if an animal is in captivity theyre going to act different than in the wild, so any data collected COULD be potentially worthless.
#160 - I understand that, but we don't know if that particular animal…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/27/2014 on 0_o 0
User avatar #161 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
True, you have a point there, but then whats the point in filming it? I understand if you need data to see the eating habits of a particular animal, but Im pretty sure we have everything we need to know about the general feeding habits of snapping turtles (or whatever it was). Filming it to watch again and again, for fun, thats when it really becomes terrible.

Fine, its in nature, you need to know about its eating habits, how it hunts? Fine.

But watching it for entertainment? Im sorry, but WANTING to watch a mouse get ripped in half as it struggles to hold onto dear life suggests that theres something seriously wrong with the watcher.
User avatar #183 - kuupuuchan (11/27/2014) [-]
I completely agree with you; killing to ensure your own survival is, well, inevitable and in the case of carnivores it's absolutely essential - but killing for sport or for fun is meaningless and doesn't benefit anyone, certainly not nature.

We can't say for sure what purpose this little critter's death was filmed for - but we can at least hope that it was for scientific or natural purposes and not for the sake of simply watching a mouse die.
User avatar #184 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
Exactly.... And I think thats really my whole point. In the wild its totally natural... But for like a pet or a zoo animal thats not going to be released into the wild I see no purpose for live food. And if the animal is going to be released into the wild then i dont see the need in filming it eat. Mostly because if an animal is in captivity theyre going to act different than in the wild, so any data collected COULD be potentially worthless.
#159 - I think I read somewhere that a bear can crush your skull with… 11/27/2014 on 0_o 0
#155 - How do you think this stuff goes happens in nature? There's no…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/27/2014 on 0_o 0
User avatar #157 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
I know full well what happens in nature, but leave it to nature. Theres no reason to do it to an animal in captivity. Even many zoos and aquariums only feed their animals dead critters.
User avatar #160 - kuupuuchan (11/27/2014) [-]
I understand that, but we don't know if that particular animal was only held in temporary captivity to be released into the wild, or if it's just a very dedicated zoo/aquarium that likes to demonstrate the fierceness of nature - outside of nature, granted.
User avatar #161 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
True, you have a point there, but then whats the point in filming it? I understand if you need data to see the eating habits of a particular animal, but Im pretty sure we have everything we need to know about the general feeding habits of snapping turtles (or whatever it was). Filming it to watch again and again, for fun, thats when it really becomes terrible.

Fine, its in nature, you need to know about its eating habits, how it hunts? Fine.

But watching it for entertainment? Im sorry, but WANTING to watch a mouse get ripped in half as it struggles to hold onto dear life suggests that theres something seriously wrong with the watcher.
User avatar #183 - kuupuuchan (11/27/2014) [-]
I completely agree with you; killing to ensure your own survival is, well, inevitable and in the case of carnivores it's absolutely essential - but killing for sport or for fun is meaningless and doesn't benefit anyone, certainly not nature.

We can't say for sure what purpose this little critter's death was filmed for - but we can at least hope that it was for scientific or natural purposes and not for the sake of simply watching a mouse die.
User avatar #184 - thelovely (11/27/2014) [-]
Exactly.... And I think thats really my whole point. In the wild its totally natural... But for like a pet or a zoo animal thats not going to be released into the wild I see no purpose for live food. And if the animal is going to be released into the wild then i dont see the need in filming it eat. Mostly because if an animal is in captivity theyre going to act different than in the wild, so any data collected COULD be potentially worthless.
#9 - It's a comic - looks pretty good.  [+] (1 new reply) 11/14/2014 on Enjoy +2
User avatar #11 - scientific (11/14/2014) [-]
upon further inspection i realize I've already been fooled twice by this.
#55 - As someone who has been an active eBay user for years I can co… 10/31/2014 on (untitled) +3
#97 - Aw dude That is disturbing and freakin' fascinating at the… 10/29/2014 on Meth-head picked a sore to... 0
#194 - mfw. 10/21/2014 on Dating +1
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