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Carrie

I just don't see how that would work. The ranchers are already having a big enough problem with the re-introduction of wolves. Sure, it would be kind of neat to drive along and see a herd of elephants, but do we really have the empty land to support such a thing?

sid

We've already got plenty of wild asses, so no need to introduce more.

I think it's a cool idea and would love it to work, but we're talking about a country where people build homes up in the mountains to "get away from it all" then bitch up a storm whenever mountain lions attack their pets. I'd love to hear the one-hour presentation, because on first thought I think the animals will lose.

Todd

I was gonna say! I used to go to Lion Country in Laguna Hills, Calif. back in the 70's - how cool it would be if those animals roamed the plains in America, but would this be their natural habitat? I recall the movie 'The Postman,' and thought it a bit odd to see a lion standing in the Great Salt Lake (of course, after a nuclear war)...

xoloitzquintle

People go nuts when a coyote or a skunk roams into their neighborhood. Imagine if lion or an elephant trodded through!

Sherri

I can remember, many MANY years ago, when Florida had a theme park called "Lion COUntry Safari". The idea was you could drive your car through the park and see all the animals while they roamed loose.

I was maybe 7 or 8 when we went. I felt like kibble.

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