Written by Monkey Woods

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Topics: moon, Mice

Friday, 19 December 2008

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Lunar images beamed back to Earth from a British satellite have revealed extraordinary results, reports in a science journal claim, with, what appears to be, mice scurrying around the surface of the Moon.

Scientists have long suspected that the Moon is made of cheese, but these pictures seem to be the conclusive proof-beyond-a-doubt they have been looking for.

In the first picture, a group of mice are gathered, seemingly pointing towards the position of the satellite, orbiting high above them in space. In another, a single mouse nibbles at the surface of the planet, satisfying himself with a tasty morcel before bedtime.

The Moon seems perfectly safe for mice, and, indeed, rats as no cats were detected by the probe.

I'm fed up of this story now, and shall abort it here.

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