Hey hey hey everybody, be easy. The kids kept whining and crying, and feeding them to the tigers was the only way they figured the noise would stop. Haven’t you felt like doing that to your young? Besides, they figure they could just make more kids.
Everyone calm down-do you REALLY think the zoo is going to have a 4 ft. tall fence be the only thing separating the tigers from the public? Tigers can jump 12-15 ft. vertically and 15-30 ft. horizontally. So the only retards here are those of you who think that 4 ft. fence is what keeps the tigers from escaping. o.0
@Calm: I think it may be the fact that the center of gravity is off with the children in the strollers being supported on the railing…therefore, the strollers can tilt forward thus making sure the ever adorable children fall head first into the cement moat that ensures the safety and security of the humans on the other side. Why belittle the fact that it is incredbily insipid to hoist your child, in a stroller no less, and have them teeter on the railing.
@Just_Me: Obviously you’ve never pushed a stroller. Both of the strollers in the pic are clearly tilted backward. The kids are strapped in, and the center of gravity is obviously far behind the front wheels. There is absolutely no way either of those strollers could tilt forward and dump the kids out. You also don’t know the meaning of “insipid.”