Do you see farm animals or wildlife where you live?
January 12, 2018 1:57am CST
If you live in a city you don't get to see farm animals or wildlife. The only animals I see are birds, cats and dogs. Sometimes chicken and squirrels from distance too. But when I take the buss to work it takes me to a route that passes by a little farm. There are always two horses I can closely see from the bus window. I don't know if there are other animals in that little farm but those horses are just beautiful. Do you see farm animals or wildlife where you live?
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@Madshadi Here's Scar and I checking out a couple deer at the end of our yard
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
We have cats, a dog, and 10 chickens that we see every day (they're our personal menagerie) and squirrels, raccoons, opossums, deer, wild turkey and assorted small mammals that regularly make an appearance around our house.
• United States
@Madshadi I see squirrels a great deal, sometimes rabbits and raccoons. About ten years ago, I was in line at Chic-fil-A. and a skunk came out under the fenced in area where the garbage bin was located, near my car. I told my kids not to move until we moved forward, that was the closest I've ever been to a skunk.
@Madshadi Mine is a developing industrial town.I regularly go on my evening walk to the outskirts where there is a small,but dense jungle.There I often come across hynaeas,foxes and rabbits.Farm animals are available in plenty in my town itself.Moreover wild elephants often stray into villages and destroy crops there,but I have never encountered them.
@Madshadi No,it's not safe to stay there at night,especially in winter.Although jackals and foxes or hynaeas can't harm you,but wild elephants may anytime stray into the jungle and then it would be difficult for you to protect yourself.I stay there till dusk and leave before it is dark.