The Pepsi Bears
A cola company uses the last wild polar bears as billboards. A boy is forced to compose poems for cats. A dog starts a race-riot. A zebra shames two armies. A zoologist vivisects a gorilla to disprove evolution and has his own brain placed in the ape's head. In New Guinea zookeepers eat their exhibits. In Gippsland the face of the Lord appears on diary cows. In the Western Desert mummified egg-bandits hang from trees.
By these incidents the Nature of Man is compellingly exposed. And the many and varied species of Mother Earth are wry spectators as Man pilots the planet he thinks he owns into the wall of oblivion.
Kate Cooper manages the translation rights for The Pepsi Bears
The Adelaide Advertiser
Sydney Morning Herald