Humorous looks at some of our roles in nature

Science and education provide important ways to look at our watery world, but humans seem to really appreciate humor and art as well. I came across a comic posted by Barb Erickson in the Kitsap Beach Watchers and Beach Naturalists Facebook group. The comic was by Underdone Comics (Seattle) — comics about nature posted most weekdays.

Many of the Underdone Comics are tongue-in-cheek looks at some of the human impacts on nature.

I've included a few of them here, but visit the Underdone Comics web site or Facebook page for more comics and to see these full size. There is also a blog. Want to know when there’s a new comic? You can also subscribe.










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