I'm sure you've already heard that Knut the polar bear died in the Tiergarten Zoo in Berlin. When he was just a snowball, his mother abandoned him, and a zoo keeper named Thomas Dorflein stepped into the mummy role. Only four years old, Poor Knut died unexpectedly of unknown causes on March 19th. But he may live on. The city's natural history museum may have him stuffed and put on display. Thoughts? Is preserving a beloved familiar a crass gesture of mastery? Or is it a proper tribute?
By the way, don't watch any Kamut videos. Somebody caught his death on tape and posted it. Not nice.