Prédateurs sauvages : la nouvelle normalité de la vie urbaine
Predators are turning up in cities everywhere, and living among us mostly without incident. It’s the new normal of urban living. They’re living among people partly because they have fewer alternatives. And they’re adapting to urban life quickly. But are humans equally capable of adapting to their wild neighbors?
We hope so.
“So we should hardly be surprised that predators and people wind up living side by side in cities. Cities have always been the salvation of the homeless, the unwanted, the wretched and the despised. The difference now is that these refugees come to us not just on two legs, but on four.”
Lire la suite from: Bright Lights, Big Predators – via The New York Times