People everywhere are moved by the wonders of beauty, harmony, and completeness. Often we people come face-to-face with the vast diversity and variety of nature and cannot overcome the sense of wonder we get. Nature, with all her fundamental laws, does not end at the border of the phenomenal, perceivable world: it is more than this.
The story of the tiger Broken Tail is an example of the destruction of the boundary of humanity’s living space and the rapid compression of urban civilization. Nature and her creatures will be sacrificed in the competition for the best locations. It is the collective responsibility of mankind to take action, consider its effect on the world of animals, and to find a creative solution.
Are we trusted friends or strangers with animals? Thus we present the question of the beauty of life and the finality of death—by human hands. Shuddering, the animal sees into the dark, placeless room of death, into the slaughterhouse. How can he keep the fear at bay, the fear that inevitably accompanies life: the outlook into a more or less violent end? The bizarre contortions, the grotesque, occasionally pathetic poses of the dead animals offer a downright masochistic thrill.