I took a mental health day and got away from it all – going to a very secluded place in Ohio to visit The Wilds. As their own literature says: The Wilds is located in a very remote and rural area where cellular service is very limited. This is at times a good thing.
So here are a few of the faces I saw while at The Wilds.
Some of the animals show a little sass.
While the mother wild donkey shows a little ass (don’t worry, it’s King James biblical – look it up).
Some have nice toothy smiles.
And then always someone has to clown around and make faces.
The song says smiling faces tell lies – and the Sichuan Takin looks passively cute but the animal handlers say is quite aggressively mean.
Some have faces only a mother could love, especially after rolling in the mud.
And apparently young males of all kinds are willing to try a Mohawk or other styles to attract attention.
Some toot their own horns.
And sometimes you have to take a double-take to really note where one thing begins and the other ends.
Some animals are just more wild than others, they often are party animals.