themousecried

WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING The mouse cried because of the snake,and the snake came to see the mouse,horror,chills,thrills,not for the faint of heart or those with headaches,upset stomach,uncut fingernails,room unclean, etc..., THEY'RE BACK AND THEY ARE REALLY MEAN VILE CREATURES OF TERROR.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

LEGLESS LIZARD FOUND - 17 CHILDREN ARRESTED

WORLD LEADERS AND SCIENTIST'S OF UNESCO BECAME VERY AGITATED AND ANGRY LEADING TO THE ARREST OF 17 CHILDREN RANGEING IN THE AGES FROM 7 TO 15 YEAR OLDS - "IT WAS VERY HUMILIATING" Stated, Dr. Hahnes Couff -
The Legless lizard a poster child for conservation It and 13 other probably new species were found in Brazil's Cerrado
Conservationists on Tuesday announced the discovery of 14 species probably new to science — among them a legless lizard and a tiny woodpecker — in a Brazilian high plains region that they said is being converted to farms at twice the rate of the neighboring Amazon forest. This legless lizard found in Brazil's Cerrado is probably a new species, Conservation International announced Tuesday.
In an interview with Brazil's leading newspaper, "EL Blaabo" Dr. Hahnes Couff, the leading Scientist of UNESCO, stated, "Here we have found a new specie for the first time in years and we were so excited when a few of the village children asked us, what do we call this that we had in the cage?" "I told them it was an amazing discovery, the first in years, it was a legless lizard - indeed a lizard without legs" One of the older children stated, "It iz a snake". At this point the other children began in a chorus, "It iz le snake, le snake" and it was at this time, with their incessant mocking and laughter we had them arrested. To state the least we were so happy but now we are saddened, our great find has been reduced to mockery and monkery. The lizard, about 6-8 inches long, resembles a snake due to its lack of legs and pointed snout, which help it move across the sandy soil, Conservation International said. Other legless lizards around the world include ones related to geckos in Australia or slow worms in Europe. It might be noted that the tiny woodpecker nicknamed "Toothpick" frequents small branches and small 1 foot tall trees located on the forest floor.
Poste Note: The "slow worms in Europe" have now been determined to be long snails, another blow to the UNESCO team and especially to "Dr. Hahnes Couff, the leading Scientist" "Mistakes were made it, unfortunately, will not be the last nor the first, we will continue our search and of course report our findings to an anxious awaiting world". We'll stay on our toes in anticipation doc.
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