Monday, January 14, 2013

No Longer Extinct


Scientists announced today the re-discovery of a previously thought extinct botanical species called
"The Yellow Tipped Fluoro Flower" which is part of the Botanicus Patricus family. 

The Yellow Tipped Fluoro Flower has not been sighted since the 1980s - coincidentally when
the last time fluoro colours were popular in fashion. 

An expedition has been funded for scientists to travel to remote regions of Australia 
to study the flower and hopefully cultivate it so we can enjoy 
the Yellow Tipped Fluoro Flower whenever we like.

Yay to science!

4 comments:

  1. i like your lessons on botanic, very funny !

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    1. Hi Orsi, nice to get your comment. I hope you are well.

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