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MoFA: ‘The Zoo’ Specimens

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  • Title: “Walking Bird Fry”
  • Media: Potato. Hot oil. Avian DNA.
  • Submitted by: Niels de G.
  • Mr. Niels de G. has discovered another curious food anomaly. This time, in the form of an apparent BIRD FRY. One imagines that this could simply represent a fossil of the actual WALKING BIRD FRY -- an example of which we receive through the addition of Neils' drawing skills.

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  • Title: “Goldfish BBQ Potato Chip”
  • Media: BBQ flavorings. Potato. Patent infringement on Goldfish crackers.
  • Submitted by: Anthony C.
  • Anthony was eating a bag of BBQ-flavored potato chips when he found this interesting character. At first glance, one might mistake this for a goldfish-shaped potato chip, but I think Anthony found something much more lucrative. You see, to our best guess, this is evidence that the Potato Chip Industry is looking to move in on the ever-popular Goldfish Cracker market. Most likely, this is one of their early prototypes. I mean, what other reason could there be for such an obviously aquatic vertebrate-shaped chip?

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  • Title: “Banana Duck”
  • Media: Overripe Banana. Crappy Flip Phone Camera. Hunger.
  • Submitted by: Michelle K.
  • They always said that when this banana grew up, it would become a beautiful banana swan. Close enough.

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  • Title: “Rye-No Bread”
  • Media: Odd-toed ungulate of the family Rhinocerotidae. Rye bread.
  • Submitted by: Fran G.
  • Fran has stumbled upon some of the most endangered rhinoceroses of all -- the Javan Rye-no. (Javan, obviously, because of their single, rather than double, horns).

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  • Title: “Walrato”
  • Media: Large flippered marine mammal. Edible tuber. Romance.
  • Submitted by: Ashley D.
  • Here, ladies and gentleman, we have the offspring of the often-speculated & hotly-debated walrus-potato romance. Naysayers may stop their nay-ing, this photo proves, once and for all, that the Walrato exists!

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king-grape

  • Title: “Grape Puppy”
  • Media: Grape. Canine DNA.
  • Submitted by: Terry Mc
  • Eating her morning grapes, Terry Mc came across this delightful puppy. She named him King in memory of the dog she was given on her 5th birthday who later went to a "farm" to live. They said he would be much happier. She thinks now that they lied.No word on what happened to the grape King.

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  • Title: “Carrabbit”
  • Media: n/a
  • Submitted by: Lindsay
  • Lindsay found this carrot that looks like a rabbit; then fed it to an actual rabbit - begging the question of the rabbit being in complete unawares or of being a... CANNIBAL BUNNY.

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  • Title: “Ginger Lobster”
  • Media: Ginger-of-the-Sea.
  • Submitted by: Anonymous
  • A bit of ginger hoping to work its way up from side dish to entr�e by masquerading as a lobster. Good luck!

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