When I think of Interlochen, I can’t help but thinking of lines. Morning line-up, lines for meals, lines for tickets, lines at the Melody Freeze.
The animal kingdom is filled with lines, too.
Take baby skunks. Skunk kits look just like adults, only cuter.
They develop musk glands when they are about eight days old, and they learn how to spray after a few weeks.
Kits stay in their nests for about the first three weeks of their lives, but when they do emerge, the stubby-legged infants follow their mother in a single-file line.