Thursday, July 05, 2012
On sorting out owls for once and for all, again
A few people were disturbed by our recent genetic experiments that were supoosed to give owls more aesthetically pleasing feet. In particular, the Socks and Sandowl caused one noted BBC wildlife presenter to tell me that it had gone "crazy wrong".
Worse, some people have accused us of simply getting an owl and sewing him to bits of other animals, which we refute entirely. In fact, we produce here - for the first time - an earlier photograph of Socks and Sandowl to prove that he was bred, and not cobbled together with a bunch of nails and a tube of superglue.
A message to the Boo-Boys and Knockers: WE HOPE YOU'RE SATISFIED
I am not mad