About a month in the past, Fredzia the younger African elephant girl residing within the Warsaw zoo made worldwide information. Not due to her inherent majesty, however as a result of the loss of life of her good friend and elder, Erna, wrecked her world to such a level that zoological scientists felt compelled to prescribe a hashish compound to assist alleviate her stress.
“This year has been a difficult time for Fredzia,” wrote a BBC reporter in late August. Worrisome behavioral adjustments that stemmed from her grief impressed zoo veterinarian Dr. Agnieszka Czujkowska to start administering small doses (relative to the voluptuous magnificence’s measurement) of cannabidiol, often known as CBD oil, to Fredzia’s each day routine. “Elephants might have behavioural problems when the structure of a group changes,” Dr. Czujkowska advised the reporter. We know one thing about grief and tough structural adjustments, don’t we, fellow inhabitants of Earth?
A transient apart: In the Polish translation of A.A. Milne’s timeless traditional, Winnie the Pooh, the beloved bear from childhood who, like many people in 2020, refused to put on pants, is named Fredzia Phi-Phi. Back to the foolish previous bear shortly.
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