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Participants take the perspectives of different citizen interest groups, reflecting on questions such as:
How do these citizens adapt urban architecture? Where do they occupy niches? Where don't they? How do they interact, cooperate or are in conflict with other species? How should rights be re-defined through new rules, city structures, public services...?
Many creatures don't move by legs or wings, but still get around: plants, worms, amoeba, fish, snakes... Most of the 0 Feet are earth-bound through roots, live underground or can be found in water. Still, they migrate and settle wherever they can.
People are the ones who built the city. But still it's often not fitting everyone's interests. There are many places where people are not found or don't enjoy spending their time. Where do people claim their right for having nature in the city or, on the contrary, restrict nature's presence?
Four legged animals can greatly vary in size: from tiny mice to big wild boars. A long time ago, even European buffaloes were grazing in these areas. Many of them rather take over the city when it's quiet - in the early morning hours or at night time.
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Birds have an easier situation than most other citizens: they can navigate by air. Still, they occupy certain spaces rather than others.
Insects, bugs, spiders, ants, bees, dragonflies, millipedes... The 6+ Feet often also travel by air because they are very lightweight or even have wings. They are small but can appear in large numbers.