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Aardman Launches "Creature Comforts" Youtube Channel

Wow, so much Aardman news.  First Shaun the Sheep then Morph, now Creature Comforts? -Thats just awesome!

As the title implies, Aardman animations has recently launched a Youtube channel for there classic Oscar winning series, Creature Comforts.  In case you are not familiar with Creature Comforts, I will give a quick run-down of what the basic premise is.

Creature Comforts, is based around the idea of interviewing real people candid, who live in situations similar to the conditions of an animal.  For example, there is an episode in which a Brazilian puma talks about living in a zoo; for this, Nick Park (who directed the Creature Comforts pilot) interviewed a Brazilian foreign exchange student, who was living at the time, under the same conditions as a puma in a zoo.  This forms a rather interesting and diverse animation series formed much like an environmental documentary.

Now that you've gotten the brief (thank you for NOT skipping over it ) you can go get your self a bowl of popcorn, snuggle next to your sweetheart (or pillow, they're the merge into the same thing after a while), and enjoy episodes of Creature Comforts.

Channel link: http://www.youtube.com/user/creaturecomforts?feature=watch

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