Monday, September 8, 2008

When green means green

Apparently the Japanese are a bit overzealous about conservation, or perhaps the "green" message got lost in translation. All I know is that in the Tokyo zoo's best efforts to go green by conserving water, things turned green. They received the message "use less water" and applied it religiously, forgetting to notice the superfluous amounts of algae spawning in the polar bears' bath. Voila green polar bears. A breed all their own.


5 comments:

micah e. said...

Way to go To-Ki-O!

Actually, that's sick. I've hated algae ever since my first aquarium.

Jecca Lee Ivie Johnson said...

If only they had a St. Patty's Day parade in Japan! Toss a collar and leash over those bad boys and march them through the streets! Poor bears. They haven't had much luck lately, especially in the wild. Why are people so stupid?

Brian and chelsea said...

hmmm... reminds me of how greasy my hair has been since I stopped taking showers in order to conserve water.

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Scott and Laura said...

That's awesome!