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A woman dubbed the “world's hottest scientist” has hilariously hit back at a fan who asked if a certain something was “natural”.
Stunning Rosie Moore has earned herself a huge following on Instagram for her fascinating posts with animals including snakes and sharks.
The 26-year-old geoscientist's mix of adventures and modelling pictures – and sometimes both in the same post – have seen her amass around 74,200 followers on Instagram.
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And with such a large following comes sponsorship.
In her latest post, Rosie can be seen kayaking down a river wearing nothing by a skimpy bikini top and denim shorts.
She also shows off her small shark tattoo on her left side.
And for reasons only known to her, she puts on a snorkel mask and finds a manatee-like creature in the river below.
The clip was filmed in the Florida Springs – a place not really known for manatees being found in shallow waters, but that's besides the point.
The video was made to advertise her “favourite tequila” called Patsch – although what the video has to do with the drink is beyond us.
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It didn't take long for one fan to comment on her appearance.
They wrote: “Are they natural?”
But rather than getting annoyed by the comment, Rosie responded in manner befitting on the world's hottest scientist.
She wrote: “Yes, the tequila is natural”.
The reply has so far received 10 likes.
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A fellow glamorous scientist and animal expert, presumed to be a pal of Rosie's wrote: “I could watch you all day.”
In response she joked: “Setting up a camera in my house for you right now.”
Another thirsty bloke said: “Give the access to me also.”
Not one comment was made on the actual product she was attempting to promote . . . which may or may not leave a slightly bitter taste in the mouths of Patsch bosses.
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