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Furry Life Documented On NatGeo

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The life of a Furry: Misunderstood. Incomprensionable. Weird.

National Geographic aired its Taboo series on Tuesday January 3rd and the episode focused on Secret Lives.

Part of the episode featured cute and fuzzy animals playing through the streets of cities.

Wait, that's not right…

The Furries documented included a blue cat named Nuka, a fox-dragon-plant named Alcane and other animals that may or may not exist.

Also a part of the show featured a chemist pretending to be in a wheelchair and millionaire pretending to be a bum.

Ok… say what now?

Check out the video above to see Furries in action

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6 comments to “Furry Life Documented On NatGeo”



  1. 1

    Yeah, I don't get it…but if it makes someone happy and doesn't hurt anyone, then I guess that's a good thing.

    …can you scratch them behind the ears?



  2. 2

    Incomprensionable is not a word. Try "Incomprehensible: not easy to understand."



  3. 3

    Wait, this is going to be on National Geographic, did I read that right? Wtf? Channels don't even show content-appropriate programs anymore. What do furries have to do with National Geographic? Ugh.



  4. 4

    Re: btwiggy – Ha, wth is that? Aghh.



  5. 5

    Ok, I thought furries had to do with a sexual fetish…I didn't realize it works this way. And that people think they are not entirely human, part animal? Ha, where does this come from?



  6. 6

    Re: ceeeee – National Geographic magazine has always been about studying civilizations on an anthropological level. By studying furies "in their environment" it is pretty much the same as studying a culture living in the rain forest with limited access to technology. Only in fur. And jeans apparently. :/