Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Japanese Nuke Crisis Severity

"The news was received with chagrin by residents in Iitate, one of the five communities, where high levels of radiation have been detected in the soil. The village of 6,200 people is about 40 kilometers from the Fukushima plant."

Fishermen in the area have been reporting that a variety of previously unseen fish have been netted. Scientists are at a loss to classify the recently discovered mutations. Our reporters have been asked to participate in the new bounty and have been informed that they taste just like chicken! Funny, they don't look like chickens.

Also of great surprise to the village was the discovery a very large reptile roaming the area which resulted in the scientists immediate evacuation. Fortunately, one of them was able to get a quick shot of the creature. Some of the locals were excitedly exclaiming, "Oh no, there goes Tokyo!".

Amazingly enough another creature appeared causing the first monster to flee in apparent terror. The photo of this creature has scientists baffle as they are unable to determine the genus or any other useful information. DNA is being collected in the area to try to classify this new menace.

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