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Talking Animals Animation Studio makes 'Flamingo Pride'

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There has been an animation studio in Berlin since 2009 called Talking Animals Animation Studio. Why didn’t someone in Furry fandom think of that?

Not all of its short films feature talking animals, but the 6-minute 2-seconds “Flamingo Pride”, directed by Israeli animator Tomer Eshed, certainly does. See its trailer on Vimeo.

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Kittrel pointed out to me this furry short film by the same creators which you can watch in its entirety:

"Our Wonderful Nature" - http://vimeo.com/26632368

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Just caught this at the Animation Show of Shows. It was an outrageous highlight of the show that cracked up the audience. It's worth it's own story here, so I came to post it, but Fred beat me to it.

Suffice it to say, the punch line(s) of the film can earn knowing laughs from members of furry fandom. Those who see it will know what I'm talking about. Check this out if you have a chance to.

Here's a synopsis...

Frustrated being the only heterosexual flamingo in a gay flock, the hero falls in love with a beautiful lady stork that flies by. Unable to convince her of his serious intentions, he isolates himself and goes through an identity crisis. An intensive encounter inspires him to a bold move.

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a retired former librarian from North Hollywood, California, interested in general anthropomorphics

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