Tuesday, July 03, 2007

And the beavers shall bow down before me


When I saw this post on the Modern Mechanix blog about the attempts to make forcibly relocated beavers feel more at home by painting a wildlife scene on the walls of their enclosure I immediately thought of this scene from X-Men & Alpha Flight #1 (December 1985):


I kind of like the idea that the beavers held at the zoo for the gawking amusement of humans may have worshiped the viewing public that mysteriously hovered high in their "sky" as mighty Gods and trembled before them.



  1. I like that the Beavers' home is called "the open beaver pit."

  2. Ah, so that's where they got the idea for "The Truman Show."

    (And I'm stealing "the open beaver pit" as my new nickname for Princess Projectra.)

  3. Is a beaver's vision even acute enough to to make out a mural painted on the walls of their pit?


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