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Twenty most expressionless Furry costumes at Rocky Mountain Fur Con

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More than 800 people -- most of them dressed in costumes or not adverse to snuggling up to one -- flocked to the DoubleTree Hotel this weekend for Rocky Mountain Fur Con 2012: Furry Apocalypse, an unabashed annual celebration of Furry fandom. But while the anthropomorphic lifestyle offers a lot of costume options for those who are so inclined, it doesn't offer a lot of facial expressions. Photographer Jim Wills stopped by this weekend to capture attendees in various states of joy, anger, sorrow and elation -- none of which you can tell from these photos. Click through for our rundown of the twenty most fixed Furry gazes.

See also: - Slide show: Rocky Mountain Fur Con 2012

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