Cavemen get top billing at Polish zoo
WARSAW: This city’s zoo has opened a new display where two volunteers dressed as cavemen will spend time in a former monkey cage, to remind visitors that humans are animals too
Dressed in animal skins, the 24-year-old man and 18-year-old woman will pass the time grooming each other, keeping a fire burning, and watching visitors who look in through the bars, the zoo’s deputy director, Ewa Zbor nikowska, said yesterday.
“They are very calm and gentle. They don’t bite. And they’re keen to watch all the strangers passing by their home,” she said.
“You can try to communicate with them or even offer them food,” she added.
She said the project was “a playful attempt to inspire people to think about the place of humans in the universe”. – Sapa-AFP