COLD VILLAGE, North Pole – A group of archaeologists from Zimbabwe recently made quite a discovery.
The team of scientists traveled to the North Pole to study the migratory, dietary, and sexual habits of the Emperor penguins who are prone to having OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).
But, as they were digging in the hard-as-hell snow to make some igloos, they hit upon a discovery that especially stunned the eldest member, Masimba Tintasha, who is 101.
The group leader, Dr. Daktingo Nintendo, said that they uncovered the bones of what appeared to be a bull - and a fighting bull, at that.
Dr. Nintendo said that he was amazed at the fact that a fighting bull from Mexico had somehow managed to saunter this far north, a distance of 4,781 miles.
And the amazing part was that the bull's hooves were almost 100% intact. But his mastoid process, however, did show signs of an abundance of stress.
Bovine experts from Bulgaria stated that fighting bulls have tremendous stamina, and have been known to travel distances of up to 915 miles in just three days.