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Day 123: Predatory Fame

Being a skilled and famous predator is only half about skill.

The other half is all about the “media machine.”

Some predators might have great skill but never get noticed (perhaps because they are not cute, or they have no feathers).

Then other predators (typically the ones who are both very cute and have lots of feathers) might become international predatory sensations.

A simple “post-ingestion photo shoot” can easily discern which predators have the potential for fame as well as skill.

 But I'm full, Mom. Why can't I just climb down?
But I’m full, Mom. Why can’t I just climb down?
A "post-ingestion photo shoot?" To decide if I have what it takes to be a famous predator?
A “post-ingestion photo shoot?” To decide if I have what it takes to be a famous predator?
But I'm already a famous predator! What am I missing here?
But I’m already a famous predator! What am I missing here?
Some people still don't know about me? How many? Two? Three? Okay - I'll do it for them.
Some people still don’t know about me? How many? Two? Three? Okay – I’ll do it for them.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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2 thoughts on “Day 123: Predatory Fame

  1. Yes the middle is always the best

    1. The tastiest for sure! 🙂

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