Vallium Posted August 4, 2016 Share Posted August 4, 2016 Recently had an interesting discussion in a skype group Fun fact, many wildlife researchers and rehabilitators do tend to wear animal costumes or otherwise imitate the visage of a certain animal species. This is typically to A) Work amongst the animal with them being comfortable and in a natural state or B) Allow the young animal to associate caring and interaction with their own species rather than with a human in order to be released into the wild http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/10/141028-halloween-costumes-science-conservation-nation-animals/ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1336070/Why-Chinese-scientists-dressing-Panda-suits-fool-bear-cubs.html All interesting (also sometimes derpy as heck) ...naturally this idea was sparked by a certain someone (you know who you are) who considered what the psychological implications would be if a human baby was parented most its life by someone in a fursuit and never seeing outside the fursuit... A more interesting topic, perhaps Discuss Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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