Over the millennia we creatures of the earth have learnt how best to live with each other. Of course things aren’t perfect; there are still humans that like to shoot tusked animals and there are still animals that like to eat humans. Hunting seems to be one of those genetic things we haven’t yet resolved.
But a lot of compromise does occur – tigers tend to tell their young to keep clear of human habitation, humans forgo land for protected game parks.
Oh, and once a year blackbirds will sacrifice four and twenty of their top singers for the king’s pie.
Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ weekly 100 word challenge.