Thursday, September 10, 2009

Rare Naturist Species Sighting Delights Scientists

Homo Sapiens au' Natural Seeking Sunlight

Scientists today reported on a rare sighting of an elusive Homo Sapiens au' Natural . . . more commonly known as a Naturist or Nudist. Nudists, or Naturists, are becoming much more common not only in the wild but also within developed areas. However, they are elusive and individualistic creatures, difficult to identify unless seen in their natural environment. They are superb chameleons, able to cloak themselves into obscurity as needed. They are rarely spotted unless the naturist so desires. There is ample anecdotal evidence that nudists and naturists co-exist amongst us but that the general population is without the knowledge of the special traits that make this species truly unique and readily identifiable.

Scientists have yet to explain yesterdays sighting as the naturist appeared to have been treed. However, nudists are at the top of the food chain and have no natural predators other than a dwindling breed of textile-impaireds. Observers speculate that this particular and irascible naturist may have been seeking more sunlight . . . or simply playing in the forests.

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