RM (20 - 5 - 1953 / Georgetown)


Nature programmes used to be quite pretty:
the scenery; the grace; the untamed beauty...

More recently, they seem to concentrate
on eating: lions tear up antelopes;
crocodiles grab baby gnus;
spiders gobble insects; ants devour fat grubs;
constrictors strangle anything that moves.

It may be highly educational,
but all this tends to put me off my food!

by Robert Melliard

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