This particular setting is the natural habitat for a diverse range of wildlife. Occasionally, during my strolls, I catch glimpses of these creatures. It is noteworthy, however, that wildlife seldom venture beyond the boundaries of this habitat. Engaging in their own unique activities of sustenance and communication, they display a notable lack of interest with my presence. Rather than conforming to the assumptions and expectations I project onto them, the wildlife demonstrates a preference for introspection and thoughtful contemplation. They can be described as indifferent, occasionally casting glances out of open windows, seemingly immersed in a sense of curiosity. The construction of this habitat aims to confine and contain the wildlife population.