Skip to comments.The Mystery of the 'Immaculately Conceived' Baby Anteater
Posted on 05/22/2013 8:18:02 AM PDT by Renfield
A Dan Brown-worthy mystery (forget about Dante, what about the zoo?) is as follows: Staffers at a zoological conservation center in Greenwich, Conn., are very confused as are the rest of us because their female giant anteater, Armani, has managed to conceive a baby, apparently without the presence of a male anteater. What?
It all started in August, writes Lisa Chamoff for Greenwich Time. Armani, an anteater at the LEO Zoological Conservation Center, had given birth to anteater baby girl Alice. Alice's father, Alf, was kept away from Armani and Alice because male anteaters have a bad history of committing infanticide. And then one April morning, a zoo staffer entered Armani's abode and found ... another baby. Chamoff explains, "The sudden appearance of little Archie was a surprise, to say the least. The gestation period for anteaters is six months. Armani and Alf had not been back together long enough to do what they needed to do to put the cycle of life into gear a second time."...
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"The anteater experts themselves are at a loss."
Anteater experts? There are anteater experts? That must be quite an icebreaker at cocktail parties.
"And what do you do for a living?"
"Why, I'm an anteater expert. What about you?"
No, the headline writer doesn’t know what “immaculate conception” means.
Yes. I was thinking the same thing about the idiot headline. The Immaculate Conception has nothing to do with the conception of Jesus.
Then again, maybe the father is "Mechanteater".
A lame attempt to slam Catholic doctrine...that failed miserably.
I would not doubt that is a government job!
Rumor has it that you can tell the length of an anteaters schlong by how big his nose is.
Spontaneous pregnancies that result in female offspring are not unknown the writer is a libtard idiot mocking Jesus.
“The sudden appearance of little Archie was a surprise, to say the least.
I would expect Archie to be offspring of the non-female kind.
An antheist saviour has been born. /s/
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