Say if you are hungry and go hunting. An positively charged animal will be perfect for you. Your stomach is acid (negative) and wants to collect something thats positive. If you see a small animal, and its negative charge (-) is 15 points. Its positive charge (+) is only 5 points. Would you approach it if your body's negative charge (-) is 50 points?

Answer, probably not. The animal you are looking at is probably to hyper (moves very fast and hard for you to catch) or too skinny (not enough meat). Example: insects, worms, small fishes. An animal that contains too much (-) is likely hyper. Such animal's body consists of mainly brain, nerves, and organs and very little meat. (Brain, nerves, and organs are (-), and are also service providers. )

If you see an animal with (-)15 points and (+) 30 points, would you go for it?

Probably yes. The animal not only have the brain, bones, organs, and nerves (they're all considered (-) charged), but it also have enough meat (+) for you to eat. Example: rabbits, chickens, pigs, cows.

If you see an animal with (-) 100 points and (+) 70 points, would you eat it?

Hell no, and you should run for your life! With so much (-), the animal you are looking at is probably hyper like a tiger or a lion! Or maybe a shark! It has lots of meat (positive is 70 points), but its too energetic. Negative charge symbolizes force! It might eat you instead. By the way, you will repel from this type of animal automatically since you are (-), and the animal contains 100 points of (-) just enough to make your body repel away.

A trick question, if an animal contains 100 points (-) and 1000 points (+), would you approach?

Answer is no. 1000 points of (+) will repel you since you also carry (+) charges in you. Example of such animal: see picture below.

Another question, approximately how many (-) and (+) points the animal in the picture below carries?
dinosaur 2
I'll give it 1000 (-) and 900 (+). It probably has a huge stomach (-) and lots or nerves (-) in order to provide its body wonderful reflex so that it could hunt efficiently.

Now since you know why animals do the followings:

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