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Should We Eat Animals That Piss Us Off? Dolphin 'Smack Chatter' Reopens The Debate

Funny story: Should We Eat Animals That Piss Us Off? Dolphin 'Smack Chatter' Reopens The Debate

We have come to think of dolphins as intelligent mammals; the sages of the sea, who have even been known to save a human or two caught in troubled waters. That status is now under review following groundbreaking research about to be published by The...

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PETA Vows To Make Research Clinics Stop Forcing Hamsters To Smoke Marijuana

Funny story: PETA Vows To Make Research Clinics Stop Forcing Hamsters To Smoke Marijuana

NORFOLK, Virginia - The largest animal rights group in the United States has vowed to stop several animal research clinics from mistreating hamsters. Mimosa Ledbetter the executive director has said that she sent undercover operatives who infiltra...

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Mice Furious about Forced Participation in Hair Growth Study

Funny story: Mice Furious about Forced Participation in Hair Growth Study

When Gail Farrelly, Science & Technology reporter at The Spoof.com, read a Bloomberg.com article, "Mouse Study May Target Hair Growth Method for Baldness," she knew she had found the subjects for her next in-depth profile. The first sentence...

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New Mutation of Mad Cow Disease Discovered Dubbed Passive Aggressive Cow Disease

Researchers in Wyoming recently uncovered a new strain of the virus that leads to the well known "Mad Cow Disease". "This new strain of the virus is not nearly as aggressive," stated Dr. Armand Hammer, director of agricultural research at USEDSTEW...

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Porpoise Switches His Tracking Device to Randy Researcher

Funny story: Porpoise Switches His Tracking Device to Randy Researcher

After caring for an ailing porpoise for six months, researchers in Long Island recently released Noodle (yep, that's his name) back to the ocean, but not before they tagged him with a tracking device so that they can follow him and report his whereab...

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The Absolute Worst Cloning Experiment In History

Funny story: The Absolute Worst Cloning Experiment In History

FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - The Dry Heat Scientific Research Center located in Flagstaff announced on March 28, that it had just successfully cloned the first skunk in the history of civilized cloning. Dr. Holland Hildegarde Taffytree, 58, director of th...

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Penis dropped off? That won't faze the sea slug

Funny story: Penis dropped off? That won't faze the sea slug

World experts in the field of natural sciences have today been dumbfounded by the sensational news that the sea slug has a detachable penis. This unassuming little critter swims about aimlessly until an attractive female enters the picture. The ma...

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Scientists Discover Chimps Suffer Mid-Life Crises Too

Funny story: Scientists Discover Chimps Suffer Mid-Life Crises Too

Following extensive research by a group of scientists it's been confirmed that chimpanzees are even more like humans than we thought. Researchers studied the behaviour of around 500 captive chimps all over the world and found that their sense of w...

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Australia To Introduce Personality Testing To Identify Dangerous Dogs

Funny story: Australia To Introduce Personality Testing To Identify Dangerous Dogs

In an attempt to curb attacks on people by dangerous dogs, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) has proposed the introduction of research into conducting personality tests for canines. AVA spokesman, Jake Russell, told us "We have two issue...

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Scientists Able to Monitor Insects Dying Thoughts

Funny story: Scientists Able to Monitor Insects Dying Thoughts

Neurologists at Northern Michigan University have released a study that confirms the ability to capture the final brain activity of most insects at the moments just before death. Working predominantly with Black Flies, a species that can outnumbe...

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Chavs Found to Be Remaining Neanderthals

Funny story: Chavs Found to Be Remaining Neanderthals

BIRMINGHAM - A new report by the University of Birmingham has found out that homo stultus (common chav), is a 99% descendent of the Neanderthals. "Yeah," said Dr. Bill Bates, "one of our colleagues got into a fight with a chav - and won. There was...

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Human Guinea Pig Mutations fault of pasteurised Orange Drink

Funny story: Human Guinea Pig Mutations fault of pasteurised Orange Drink

A final sanitised report into a clinical trial of the experimental drug TGN 1412 at a Little Hampton clinic that left six men seriously mutated in March found the catastrophic adverse physical reactions they suffered were not due to errors in how the...

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Animal Products are not a great hit

Funny story: Animal Products are not a great hit

Workers in a Swedish laboratory have decided that a new range of Animal Products probably won't be that successful.

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Foot-in-mouth update: 'My old bull, Ned, collapsed before my eyes'

Funny story: Foot-in-mouth update: 'My old bull, Ned, collapsed before my eyes'

The second farmer to fall victim to the foot-and-mouth outbreak wept yesterday as he told how his constant arse banging of the poor beast eventually wore it out, and how he then gave it a dose of the dreaded disease in order to clear...

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Chimpanzee Unemployment, Homelessness On The Rise

Funny story: Chimpanzee Unemployment, Homelessness On The Rise

BEAVERTON, OREGON (AP Newsliar) -- Unemployment and homelessness is on the rise among the nation's chimpanzee population, amid a decline in the use of primates for animal research.

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Scientists to make freak animals

Funny story: Scientists to make freak animals

London: UK ministers have given the go-ahead for scientists to produce human-animal hybrids.

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Grand National Betting Latest

Funny story: Grand National Betting Latest

This year's Aintree Grand National on Saturday will herald a victory for Animal Rights activists who have organised a protest against the race.

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Vegetarian Reveals: If Plants Were Cute and Cuddly or Screamed When Killed, She Wouldn't Eat Them Either

Funny story: Vegetarian Reveals: If Plants Were Cute and Cuddly or Screamed When Killed, She Wouldn't Eat Them Either

Seattle, Washington - A high-ranking PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) official admitted today that if plants were cuddly and cute, or if they screamed when plucked or stepped on, she wouldn't eat them either.

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