Surviving the World
A Photocomic Education by Dante Shepherd
Recitation #83 - Mating and Creating
They say scientists are trying to play God when they conduct bioengineering, but I think the platypus decided to be its own Maker when it evolved. I mean, come on, it's got distinct traces of bird, mammal and reptile in it. AND it's venomous. It's devious and it has a plan. We're just in its way to becoming the perfect creature. But what an awesome creature, no?
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