My first cat had a very premie litter once, and to my horror, she ate the not-fully-formed kittens. Fully natural. I really don't know why km insists on applying terms like "natural" and "unnatural" to issues that have nothing to do with "natural" or "unnatural." I can only conclude that he wants to make his preferences and dislikes seem to be absolutely valid because connected to what he deems "natural." But then, for the Caribs cannibalism was perfectly "natural." That's the point he seems unable to understand, that "natural" is really a way of attributing absolute value to what amounts to the prejudice of an ethos.
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