They had always kept deer at the High Park Zoo, until one February evening in 1999 when, according to the Toronto Star, some enterprising soul, looking to supplement his protein intake or perhaps his bank account, took a large knife into their pen and dragged one of the poor creatures to a nearby parking lot.
They’d kept deer in High Park since the first animal paddocks were installed in 1893, but now the zoo officials said they had little choice but to review their security procedures.
And so we got barbed-wire fences on Deer Pen Road . . . and no more deer.
Photo by Alan Baillargeon.
mit Behagen - ABV 7.6% IBU 28 Brettanomyces yeast Why do you drink ale? When I am asked this question from here on out, I will describe this particular glass of tradit...
1 day ago