Should Animals in Zoos stay in Captivity all their lives?

THE POOR ANIMALS being born in an enclosure and living in it for all their lives, why wouldn’t it want to escape into the wilderness? I obviously agree that, for the safety of the animals’ mental health, animals born into a zoo enclosure for captivity should later be set free so that they can actually experience the dangers of the wild, and be athletic and not gradually turn into a lazy slouch of an animal.

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Do you enjoy Athletic Sports Day?

THE smells, shouting, excitement and tension in the air on my schools’ “Athletic Sorts Day” is overwhelming; mostly to the students actually participating on the day. The clothes worn are usually green, yellow or purple shirts; the female students wear skorts; which are shorts mixed with skirts; and the male students wear regular T-shirts and shorts with sport shoes or running shoes. Continue reading “Do you enjoy Athletic Sports Day?”

What Would Happen if all the Clocks stopped?

Adeline furrowed her brow as she checked her plastic wrist-watch, for the third time that afternoon. The time still showed two-twenty-nine, as it had previously one hour ago.

Out of curiosity, Adeline carefully stepped downstairs and into the kitchen. She immediately strode over to the clock hanging on the wall opposite the windows. The time on there showed two-thirty. “Al this time, has only one minute passed?” She muttered in disbelief as she checked her wristwatch again.

“This is becoming stupid,” decided Adeline.”I’d better call Sylvia and ask her what in the world is happening to the assortment of clocks.” Continue reading “What Would Happen if all the Clocks stopped?”

Caution: Water

AS Gile gasped for breath, he looked warily behind himself. He saw nothing but a few overgrown trees and a sparkling blue lake.

Suddenly something whizzed past him as fast as a bullet. It felt rubbery and was coloured red, but he managed to snatch it out of the air as it flew past. Gile lifted it up into the sunlight.

“A water-filled balloon…” He mused. CRUNCH, CRUNCH. Gile heard someone’s footsteps approaching him from his left.

“Well, well. Look who I found.” Gile made out a familiar voice, deep and stern. He risked a glance to his right. What he saw made him gasp once more with shock. Continue reading “Caution: Water”