I have four geese. One of them is smaller than the others. He gets picked on a lot, they attack him and chase him away. Yet he still follows the other three geese. He gets "bullied" because he is the weakest and maybe because they feel there is not enough space or food to allow this weak one in their group. I also learned the less space they have, the more they pick on the weak goose. Anyway, these geese have made me think a lot about how nature works. I have punished the stronger of the geese, by hurting them physically everytime I caught them fighting the little goose. But I don't really feel like I've done justice. Because if the smaller goose was bigger, he'd probably behave in the same way towards a weak specimen. Is the victimized goose more innocent than the others? Or simply a victim, unfortunate?