An article published last week on AtlasObscura.com called "The Very Hungry Caterpillar Lied to You As a Child" highlights the frustration some people are having with the fact that children’s books aren’t “accurate.”Yes, you heard me right. Some biologists are apparently very concerned that, in books geared toward children, animals do things like talk, wear clothes, and live in homes made for people. That would never happen in real life. So why is it happening in a book?
A caterpillar can't wear clothes but it can "lie." Got it.
Apparently, some biologists have never touched a member of the opposite sex let alone raised children.
Really, Bluto has the only correct response to the Very Clueless Biologists.
We have too many biologists if this is one of their worries.