Really funny animals, and who doesnt like them? In Nature we can find many like this photos, so this is why maybe animals are just like people, maybe little better than people?
The animal base is probably the oldest in literature. Cavemen told stories of hunts, by talking animals and probably by animal-like gods. The first book of the Bible places the serpent in paradise, speaking sagely to the first man and woman. Classical authors alike Lucian and Apuleius wrote satires in which pretentious people turned into lowly animals. William Shakespeare created hullos own memorable jackass, and Miguel de Cervantes had his witty talking dogs. In our century, Franz Kafka presented the learned address of a highly refined aper to a scientific academy. Probably no writer worth his salt has not at one time or other picked up the theme.
A little-known, but fascinating contribution to this custom is [Mundo animal, or Animal World, by the Argentine author, Antonio di Benedetto. It is strangely a different from its celebrated predecessors. Kafka, for example, impresses the reader on a striking artistic conception, ingenious logic and brilliant language in each story. Di Benedetto’s stories do not impress in this way.
Written in conversational and even advisedly awkward language, they present a confused and troubled narrator, who, tormented by cryptical gnawings of guilt, becomes involved in some obscure way with an animal or whole aggroup of animals. They invade his soul, drive him to rage or deliver him from his compulsion. Often the story hinges on a pun, a distorted folktale, or an illogical association. Although not spectacular in itself, each story adds to the preceding to create a growing common sense of doom. Thus story by story the reader converts ensnared in a horrifying, hallucinatory realm of associations; the world he believed was human is transformed into Animal World.