He sees below that the hyena is finally eating the zebra, even though the zebra is still alive. Just as the voice agreed to move on Pi's boat, it revealed its real reasons of coming over by saying that he wanted Pi's liver and flesh, but before he managed to do anything, he was attacked and killed by Richard Parker. After failing, he looks for more bait in the locker and still finds nothing. He tests this by dropping a meerkat onto the algae at night and watching it scurry back up the tree. The lifeboat symbolizes a safe haven and hope for Pi as he tries to survive. Later, Pi manages to land a three-foot-long dorado, which he kills and feeds to Richard Parker. He realizes then that the house is filled with not only religious evidence but marriage evidence.
Chapter 56: Fear; pi talks about how fear comes and as much as you try to ignore it, it starts to take over. Pi survives a terrible journey, eventually landing in Mexico where he tells his fantastical story. But Pi vows to defeat the odds. After a few more days, Pi cleans out the lifeboat and explores the island further. Chapter 70 Here, Pi goes into great detail about how to slaughter a sea turtle. One of the Dorado flies into the lifeboat on its own and brings Pi great joy.
He knows his choice of religious multiplicity will not be accepted and when the priest says Pi is a good Christian, the others react confusedly. He sees though that there are sharks in the water, so when he cannot see Richard Parker under the tarpaulin, he wedges an oar under it and climbs out of the water. Pi found what he believed was fruit, but it was really just a dense accumulation of leaves glued together in a ball. Chapter 40 Back in the water after jumping away from Richard Parker, Pi clings to a buoy hoping to keep far enough from Richard Parker not to be eaten. When it starts raining and Pi goes to get a rain catcher, Richard Parker hears and goes to attack, forcing Pi to quickly push away from the boat. He struggles back up above and collapses into delirium for the rest of the night. So, Pi relays to them a second story instead of his mother, a sailor with a broken leg and a cannibalistic cook, with no animals and no magical islands this time around.
Chapter 46 In his memory, the second night aboard the boat was the worst of them all, regardless of the 226 other nights. He falls to the ground and decides to taste the algae, a sugary coating and salty inside. Chapter 81 Pi thinks back on how amazing it was that he survived. Chapter 39: Pi is being lowered in the life boat when the zebra falls over the edge and lands in it with him. A precocious and intelligent boy, by the age of fifteen Pi—Hindu from an early age—has also adopted Christianity and Islam, and considers himself a pious devotee to all three religions. Dozens more flying fish leap out of the water to escape being eaten by dorados.
Before Pi's eyes, Richard Parker kills the hyena with a bite to the neck. He talks about the wear on the boat, and it is like the wear on Pi himself. After the great flood, God reminded Noah of His bounty with a rainbow. Tears he shed for the death of his fellow rinsed his eyes and he regained the eye sight. There is only green, which Pi finds soothing as his favorite color and the shade of Islam, but Pi thinks it to be an illusion until he steps on it and smells the plants. Nothing is in order and days are not catalogued.
When fear takes over, the body and brain shut down, and in no time, ''you've defeated yourself. His insights remind us of Pi's blending of three faiths. While growing up in a zoo, Piscine learns much of the world of nature. He climbs aboard the lifeboat in search of better bait, only to be interrupted by a school of flying fish from the ocean. Believing that they were the illusion, he did not react. Chapter 29 Despite the major issues on the political landscape which he understands but does not care for Pi is happy with his life in the zoo and with God.
This choice saves his life. Pi lists other famous shipwreck survivors, and says that he ended up surviving 227 days at sea. Therefore, he openly practices all three religions avidly. Chapter 79: he talks about he sharks. The orang-utan fell from the tarp into the life boat and all Pi heard was the hyena scream.
Chapter 87 Using a dream rag, which is nothing more than a wet cloth, Pi covers his face and stops air from entering his lungs, plunging him into a deep sleep that offers him a bit off release. Pi felt sorry for the poor man, but surviving instinct outweighed and he used some of his skin as a bait and some as a substitute for a food, until he caught a fish. They never stay on the island at night, however, Pi because he feels safer from the tiger in his delineated territory, and Richard Parker for a reason unknown to Pi. Chapter 17 On a trip to Munnar, Pi notices a trio of hills, each with a temple, church, or mosque on it. He hopes the heat will keep Richard Parker to himself. He speaks very fast and begins his story.
Afterwards, retreat to your own area and leave the tiger be. However, he had some luck with masked booby, whom he managed to catch and turn into a meal. When he moves, he witnesses Orange Juice looking sick as well, wondering why she is still safe, not yet killed by the hyena. Saint Sebastian was a Christian martyr who survived being executed by arrows, and was subsequently beaten to death. In his second, she is one of the survivors who eventually die on the boat. He describes his thesis on the thyroid gland of a three-toed sloth and goes on in detail about that sloth. Chapter 24 Ravi goes on to tease Pi about the encounter and his multiplicity.
Kumar arrives and Pi lets them both feed the Zebras with a carrot. He decides that the only way he can survive is if they both survive. He lists his daily chores and activities, which included feeding himself and Richard Parker, praying, and keeping his raft and equipment properly functioning. Chapter 38 Returning to his days on the boat, Pi describes the voyage on the Tsimtsum. They simply allow it, not knowing anything of predators on their algae island.