Tuesday, May 26, 2015

New Study Challenges Scientific Consensus on Monkey-Penguin Relations.....

Lexington, KY-A study, published today in Online Publishing Module #1,014 - Applied Applications, appears to reverse a century of scientific consensus on the interactions between monkeys and penguins. 

A monkey-penguin hybrid, recently discovered just hanging around the San Diego zoo, was specifically predicted by Charles Darwin's less popular twin brother Larry
"If you had spoken to a primatologist or ornithologist prior to this publication, they would have told you of the intense hatred between the two species with certainty," Zoologist Adam Sasaki explained. "It's difficult to accept the new findings because the evidence up till now has pointed in a very different direction. But their study design is flawless. It looks like monkeys and penguins actually get along pretty well."

But at least one scientist, cryptozoologist Lars Pinkerton, is recommending caution in interpreting the findings in the paper. "One study isn't enough to warrant the 180 degree change in opinion that appears to be going on in scientific circles. You have to look at the entirety of the literature on the subject. Also I've never even seen a monkey and a penguin together in the same room."

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