Scientists in Oklahoma have developed the world's biggest set of Spirographs for use by Elephants. The toy, which measures metres in length, and consists of a number of comedy oversized pens suspended in air for the peace loving animals to push around in a pully and lever system was revealed to an unsuspecting world yesterday.
Professor Gray from the Institute of Animal studies in Oklahoma told us: 'This is a massive breakthrough for us. Imagine the out-sider art that these animals can make for us now. Think of all of the money we could make selling these to so called arts fans and multi-millionaires. Of course, it is a massive break through for Science as well, as we can now better understand what Elephants think and feel about the world'.
The project, which cost the Gross Domestic Product of a small country, or Tom Cruise's pay for his ext film was funded by tax-payers in Oklahoma. Scientists are now also working on a miniature Spirograph for use by Ameoba. The art they produce will only exists in the eye of a needle. We all remember what the Bible says about Eyes of Needles and large animals.
That is the next experiment for Professor Gray and his team of Geeks, who really should be doing something else with their time.