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WONDERSTRUCK Weekend

In #SeveralLayersDeep, Communication, education, encouragement, Griot, Networking, Science, Self Improvement, TV Shows, Video on October 3, 2022 at 3:15 am
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Whatever did you do this weekend?
The nerd in me watched PLANET EARTH to no end.

Broadcasted via the BBC AMERICA channel
was a plethora of Earth’s regional annals.

From every animal on land, to the creepy crawly things,
to which animal on land roams and reign supreme.

I watched about 14 episodes
and I am wiser now, much in the know.

In PLANET EARTH II S1, E4 titled, “DESERTS” there was a lot of heat.
It opened up with a female lion on the prowl for a herd of Oryx meat.

She was working as a team, there were several other cats,
who intend to catch “a meal today” but unfortunately failed at that.

They also failed to secure a giraffe one day.
He was up for kicks and the pride went on their way.

That’s when the narrator kicked us a factual punt
and said “the desert is the hardest place for a lion to hunt.”

The Desert is among the driest places on Earth with minimal change,
until Mother Nature (in one day), drops a years worth of rain.

The rain creates the rock crevices and canyons that we love, among other dramatic landscapes.
Man is blessed to have helicopter rides on his side with cameras and hours of reel to take.

Among the billows of sand grows Cacti — and quite large.
It is also the Harris’s Hawk perfect desert barge.

I wish not to bore you with the details of Desert truths on Planet Earth II,
so, if you already know about the Desert’s residence and growth, what do you know about HABOOBS?

This is not an HABOOB | GIPHY

They own the Desert but what is its benefit?
I don’t know, but they are quite the show and a huge danger to drive in.

Humans have a big advantage over the animals of Earth.
Our brains are bigger, stronger, and our diets yield high girth.

We have the ability to make and buy canned goods,
we have the ability to choose our residential hoods.

But most everything that I learned from all of those shows,
is that wildlife and our society have a similar flow.

There are lions, bears, hawks, and snakes,
that make no apologies about being on the take.

Bill is not a lion, Lyndsay is not a bear, Mary is not a hawk, and James is not a snake,
but somehow each of them found themselves law-entangled regarding a predatory take.

And they are not the only ones mimicking Planet Earth’s wildlife,
the compassionate and the caring become barbaric in a moment of strife.

When food is fierce in nature it eventually becomes fierce for us.
We can foresee tomorrow’s troubles, if we history & nature trust.

Or we could just watch WONDERSTRUCK to learn more about wildlife and more about us,
I’m Qui
Noting the barbarism of nature, as well as enjoying the civil front that humans put up.

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