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Deflocked, by Jeff Corriveau

Written by PETA | April 24, 2008

Here’s what Jeff says about this week’s masterpiece: “The strip is based on the sad measures that officials have to take in order to protect rhinos from poachers. And a little depravity thrown in for good measure.”

He also let me know that, in honor of Earth Week, he sprayed this strip with 50 percent less pesticides. Which was very noble of him, I thought. Anyway, this one’s a zinger—enjoy!

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  • Makendra says:

    Now I know who the brniay one is, I’ll keep looking for your posts.

  • ERK says:

    Hey Bird, this is a pretty cool web site!

  • Eric says:

    Just wondering if we are related? lol

  • grlbluei says:

    A man doesn’t go hunting to prove that he is a man. He goes hunting to provide food for his family. This way his family doesn’t become anemic!Hunting is also a way of controlling population. Deer for example are very abundant in the midwest. Over population of them causes damage to crops and malnutrition to the deer due to lack to food. Hunting is a humane way to control these environmental problems.

  • Paul says:

    I think you guys need to lay off the hunters. Most people choose to eat meat and hunting to a more ethical, healthier and environmentally friendly way to eat meat. I hunt because I rather earn my share of meat then buy it from a grocery store to support some slaughter house. At least the animals that I’ve eaten had a natural life ( It is natural to get killed by a predator and eaten, at least by being shot they suffer less then being eaten alive ).So please, I think hunters need more respect, the majority of us are conservationists and care a great deal about the environment and its future. Don’t cheap shot a group that you don’t know much about other then their sterio types.

  • Steve says:

    This is with reference to the Australian wool boycott.I am a environmentalist that is being hounded by the Australian corporates since several years. I would like to know of others with similar problems.