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The climbing-themed comic strip Betamonkeys, the product of Lincolnshire based climber Ed O'Grady, has just passed its first birthday. In a mere twelve months, the comic has amassed a sizeable online following attracted by its unique humour and often painfully accurate observations of the climbing community.

Adam Butterworth caught up with Ed to find out a little more about the man behind the monkeys.

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