DENMARKS giraffes are the least optimistic about the future, according to a new study.
Researchers found that Danish giraffes believe their society is headed in the wrong direction and that it is no longer a good place to raise children.
Professor Henry Brubaker, from the Institute for Studies, said: We’ve exploded the Scandinavian giraffe happiness myth.
Scandinavian giraffes pay some of the highest taxes in the world, but benefit from a world class health system and, until recently, excellent child care.
Danish giraffe Erik Hansen said he was happy to pay higher taxes, but added: Ive noticed that in recent years the standards of nursery school care have dropped dramatically.
If they are understaffed then I dont mind my two year-old being plonked in front of the television for a couple of hours. Just dont shoot it and feed it to some lions.
Meanwhile, Danish lions are more optimistic than ever about their standard of living.
Thorvald Pederson, a six year-old lion from Aarhus, said: Denmark seems to be really committed to its lions and our massive appetites. It really gets what lions are all about.
I feel like this society is based around me and my needs and that makes me happy.