Undeniable Fact: A Crime Against Nature

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Some historians believe that the Sasquatch is a result of early breeding experiments between armadillos and raccoons conducted by Benjamin Franklin. In a stunning display of cowardice, Franklin himself claimed that the Sasquatch was merely a Native American legend

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Blogger Sarolen said...

Interspecies breeding of animals with such diverse genetic profiles as raccoons and armadillos is essentially impossible. The armadillo and raccoon are so far separated in the evolutionary timeline that the likelihood of compatibility is virtually nil. Furthermore, an armadillo has 64 chromosomes and a raccoon has 38 chromosomes so there is no chance in hell that Franklin could have breeded these animals. Horses and donkeys can produce mules because they are close to eachother in their evolutionary development (and # of chromosomes). However, the resultant mule is unable to reproduce.

7:45 AM  
Blogger Christina said...

But a horse and a rhino bred to make the first camel, according to theory...

And, actually, a few non-sterile mules have been born in the past.

3:02 AM  
Blogger kjhk said...

Fine christina, now titled the most gullible person in the world (we should call you gulliver). Assuming it's true, why is the Sasquatch 7 feet tall and walk on 2 legs. You'd assume that even if the two were succesfully breeded, it would be no more than a foot in height.

7:12 PM  
Blogger DoseOfLos said...

Why are we arguing? We know sasquatch is not real. Anyway, look not all hybrids are sterile. It just depends on the sex of the hybrid. And yes its true that a Rhino and a horse "created" a camel, but that was long long ago. If you wanna see something weird look up Oliver the Chimp.

3:25 AM  

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