For those who remember the pop tune hit of the 1960s titled "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," by the Tokens, all you'd have to do is to swap out 'Cheetah' for 'Lion' to get a idea at the life led by Kristen Kerr.
After People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) accused circuses of cruelty repeatedly over the years, they finally ceased using elephants altogether, and actually retired the older ones to sanctuaries they created.
Novelist Emily Giffin once quoted: "A son is a son 'til he takes a wife, but a daughter is a daughter all her life." While this dynamic normally holds true for most mammal species, that are exceptions.
Humans may go out at night to avoid meeting or bumping into people they know are only out during daylight hours. It's a conscious decision. But do animals avoid interacting with humans in a similar fashion?
Now into its eighth and final season, the Game of Thrones, which debuted on April 14, 2019, we're finally going to find out the ultimate fate of Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen [aka Khaleesi], Tyrion Lannister and the remaining cast of characters that populate this widely popular fictional series.