Way down deep in the jungle of the Honolulu Zoo, there are wild animals peering at lions, tigers, and alligators. They have beady little eyes, sharp ears pinned back to the sides of their heads, and short incisors for chomping and tearing their prey. They swarm around like busy bees buzzing about aimlessly. The tigers protect themselves from the beasts of the wilderness that roam outside their cage. Their paw prints are imprinted outside of their door where the frightful creatures with their terribly wet noses, their germy saliva, and sweaty hands leave streaks across the cold and thick glass. When it was time for them to go, the preschoolers were rounded up for lunch time and it was safe again for the tigers.