So happy to hear you have agreed a winner! I was beginning to fear that examples would become ever more gory. Some of us come here to hear stories and see pics of some lovely wildlife or even to have a good laugh (not to cringe, wince, avert our eyes and move on as quickly as possible!--lol!) Now, silly-but-harmless stories are another thing altogether...
There were cute, furry animals in the aquarium Ann.
But I can see your point regarding gore (not something I'm particularly fond of).
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