Mango tree mysteriously bears bitter gourds after local people forcibly cut away some of its branches


30 February, 0065: Nature has been angered and here are the consequences. No more mango its just bitter gourd.

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What it was...:-)

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What it is and would be....:-(

Last day a group of people from a Sri Lankan village cut the branches of a mango tree which was known to bear the sweetest mango ever and donated them to a group of scientist who offered to manipulate its genes and create more mango trees like that with the payment of a nominal fee. The mango tree clearly declared that cutting branches wasn’t a deal, but people didn’t care. Today morning just as everyone went to the tree to pluck a few fruits, they were socked to see that all the yellow, red mangoes have been replaced with green pale bitter gourds.
This news teaches us that, Greed is the end of all good.😰😥😰:(😱😨

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
Website: http://www.antarcticadaily.weebly.com

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Crustaceans demand Education Rights


30 February,0054: “Not just humans, even we want education!” was the slogan which was heard in all the corners of the world last day when International Crustacean Committee (ICC) demanded for educational rights for their fellow crustaceans. It was the perfect choice of the day as it was Teachers Day in India when the demands were made. Crustaceans demanded Free education up till the age of 10 Months and organised huge aquatic rallies. President of the Seas Balaenoptera musculus commonly known as Blue whale agreed to help them and allow them a seat in the human schools and collages. Although the movement has received severe criticism from humans, who boasted to be evolutionary supreme, Crustaceans along with their Arthropodan teammates established that their phylum was the most successful in the world. Insecta community has threatened to demolish humanity if the demand of their cousin class Crustaceans is not met. Humans have reportedly called a meeting in which the presidents of all the developed countries will take decisions.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay
Editor-in-chief
Antarctica Daily
Website: http://www.antarcticadaily.weebly.com