A FLYING MONKEY
One day a large bird – a caring and loving mother – brought a monkey to its voracious youngling for dinner. The monkey was tiny and cute, still only a baby. It was a pity to eat it. The nestlings liked it – and the mother bird was happy: her babies played with the little beastie, less squeaky and naughty... Time passed. The nestlings matured and flew away from the nest. And the monkey went up into the air together with them. Miracle, you would say, wouldn’t you? “No wonder, – the scientists ethologists answer. – The living environment forms the appearance and functional characteristics of an individual”. Now you understand where bats come from, don’t you?


40" x 48" x 1.00" | acrylic on canvas
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