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'Weird Nature' producer declares humans weirdest of all

Edited by GreenReaper as of Fri 30 Mar 2012 - 21:03
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BBC's new series, Weird Nature has been three years in production, and in that time producer John Downer has seen some odd creatures. But he's convinced for all the hallucinogenic mushroom eating reindeer and slime covered hagfish he's seen, humans are still the strangest beasts on the planet.


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Dang, he's obviously been to a furry convention.

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Child, if you think furry conventions are the weirdest that humanity has to offer, you need to get out a little more.

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Or any convention, period.

Smile! The world could use another happy person.

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He doesn't need to get to a furry con to declare humans weird. Our species hubris, self-destructive tendencies and attitudes towards sex alone make us frightfully bizarre.

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