Life of Pi

How does Pi feel about animals living in zoos?

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Pi thinks the animals quite like their lives in his father's zoo. In the zoo animals are safe from the natural predators that would kill them. They actually come to surprising living arrangements among themselves,

"There are many examples of animals coming to surprising living arrangements. All are instances of that animal equivalent of anthropomorphism: zoomorphism, where an animal takes a human being, or another animal, to be one of its kind."

Ch1 pg 32