On our way from California to Oregon, along the coast, I saw a large road sign advertising a safari zoo. In very large letters it said,” take a walk through our safari.” The zoo also proudly advertises the animals that one encounters on the walk: large cats, all carnivores, all wild.
Now this zoo safari expects visitors to pay in order to enter.
Now I can see the big cats waiting for the visitors, and appraising their dinner. The cats see the visitors as nothing less than a movable feast.
This is a winning combination for the safari owners: they get money, the cats get food, and the visitors get an experience, should they survive, that they will never forget.