AdolfOliverPanties: [luchaasnoot.files.wordpress.com image 850x477]Someone could lose a leg
Elroydb: Who thought you could get people to PAY to be removed from the gene pool
dj_spanmaster: Tallahassee Museum has this currently. It's a big hit with the kids, and the parents who missed out on their late teens/early 20's.
ElusiveWookiee: Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, FL already has a zip line over the gator exhibit. Watching them swim around the bottom of the platform's supports as your are strapping yourself in is a little unnerving.
WGJ: I don't understand how an article about a mystery monkey could be confused with tigers, but whatever.
Jument: If you fall off a zip line you'll probably end up dead. Or badly injured, in which case the fatal tiger mauling might be a mercy.Seriously though, the odds of falling off a zip line are probably near zero. I'm ok with this.
MBZ321: Am I missing something? The article has nothing to do with the headline.
occamswrist: The Brevard zoo across from The Avenue? I've been to it and I didn't think it went over alligators. I thought it went over those god damn small tamarin monkeys that are at every zoo.Maybe I'm thinking of their tree walking thingie...
ElusiveWookiee: occamswrist: The Brevard zoo across from The Avenue? I've been to it and I didn't think it went over alligators. I thought it went over those god damn small tamarin monkeys that are at every zoo.Maybe I'm thinking of their tree walking thingie...It was part of the Treetop Trek, but only at the end of the Treetop Challenge and not the shorter Canopy Walk. I've got video of them swimming around before I jumped off; it looks like something out of an Indiana Jones movie. I would have filmed the whole thing, but I didn't want to drop my phone. Or die.
mbillips: Most zip lines are high enough that you'd die if you fell, tigers or not. As long as you're wearing a full climbing harness, there's really no way to fall unless the rig breaks.
Arkanaut: The tigers could be in danger of gaining weight.
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