同樣以巨大生物存鏈隱喻模式分析野生動物咬人論述的隱喻，咬人的野生動物是年紀約十八歲，是民眾送養並且忘恩負義的犯罪者，這種集體意識底下的罪惡，也就是將人們身上的罪惡和獸性，投射到動物身上，折射回我們規範自身的行為框架。特別是將鱷魚比喻為犯罪的成年人，凸顯出從動物隱喻負面他者的規訓功能。實則，當代社會建構的動物真實關乎我們如何使用動物的目的，也是關於我們如何看待自身的關係。 This thesis concerns about the established animal issues in post modern society. We use subjects based on laboratory animal experiment and a person has bitten by a wild animal to search for established animal images and its influences the ways animals should be treated and towards people themselves. First of all, we started with the study of Kövecses（2002） and his explanation on the Great Chain of Being model presented by Lakoff and Turner（1989）. We took a comparative tactic to examine the kind of metaphor applied in laboratory animal news discourse, and to find out how these metaphors manifest a discourse system of emphasis, negligence, and embedded connotation. Analysis showed the metaphoric system of laboratory animal experiments its meaning of humanization. The hidden background behind this culture was that modern society relied on government assistance in the biotechnology industry in order to develop new drugs for the purposes of economic profit. We still use a metaphor to analyze the issue of people biting by wild animals based on the Great Chain of Being model. The crime is a kind of collective consciousness that means the people’s crime and animalism which reflects to the animal itself. In summary, the established reality of animals in contemporary society relates to the purposes of how animals’should be utilized, and how to people should view themselves.