This is a discussion on Do wild animals develop the taste for human flesh once they eat a human? within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by Medic33 most predators are not omnivores they are carnivores so broccoli would not be on the menu but the animal that eats ...
It is interesting that you make this last point. I keep an aquarium of wild mice in my writing room, and I like to add a few domesticated mice to the mix just to observe the differences in their sociological behaviors. It is quite surprising. Domesticated mice are dumb, just stupid as bricks compared to wild mice...but they actually have the same IQ potential (I have tested by wilding domestics and found them to be every bit as smart as naturally wild mice.)
Essentially the domesticated mice have no culture. They don't even know they are nocturnal anymore. They crap and pee anywhere they please, climb over the tops of other sleeping mice, and expose themselves to all sorts of risks.
I actually see a lotta human behavior in the wild mice. Actually, humans retain a lotta their animal instincts and habits. We inherited our firmware from other mammal predecessors.
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