Whether you have feathers or no feathers, certain essential truths remain the same.
For instance, styrofoam is not to be tolerated.
You give it an inch, it will take a mile.
Luckily, since this is an essential truth, styrofoam has many natural predators, of which the most ferocious is unexpectedly diminutive.
Styrofoam! How did that get in here?
I won’t waste a second – with styrofoam it is important to attack quickly.
Don’t worry, Mom – I’ve got this.
I’d better rescue these green things – they have clearly fallen into bad company.
Don’t worry, green crunchy thing – you’ll be safe in my beak.
Now I can focus on dismantling the predator in earnest.
By the time I’m done with you, styrofoam, all these innocent green things will be free from your clutches!
I’ll just place the bits I’ve already killed over here.
A press photo? Sure, Mom – other beings need to know how to bring down such a dangerous predator!
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts