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« Reply #1051 on: October 12, 2019, 14:29:11 PM »

I rather enjoyed this one.  Grin

Two scientists, one from the Czech Republic and one from Austria, travelled to America to study the legendary grizzly bear.

When they failed to return from their first trip into the woods, two park rangers went looking for them and quickly tracked down a male and a female bear who’d been seen near the scientists’ campsite.

Their apprehension was proven justified when they euthanized the female grizzly and found the remains of the Austrian inside of her.

The first park ranger said sadly, “You know what this means…”

The second ranger said, “Yeah, the Czech is in the male.”
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And koalas are descended from crossing bears and guinea pigs, and kangaroos by crossing rabbits with horses, and so on. And thus the problem of enough space on the ark is solved. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, evilutionists!
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