Cows “actually exist”

A creature previously thought to be fictional has been spotted in a small farm.

The creature, known as the cow, was previously known only in legends and in fiction, however two tourists have seen a large number of the animals for themselves.

One of the tourists, Louie Zetzinska told Flamenews “My wife and I have been travelling around the country over the past year. At one point we were driving down the road next to a farm, when my wife suddenly shouted at me to stop the car. At first I thought I’d run over another goose, but then I saw that in the farm there was a large field with about 20 or 30 of the mythical creatures! I couldn’t believe it!”

A "cow", the creature that Louie Zetzinska saw.

This is not the first time a creature has appeared that was previously thought to be fictional. Kevin Williams, scientist, once saw a strange creature in a lake. He told Flamenews “It was strange. It was swimming on top of the water and looked like a real life Psyduck!”

Flamenews will be the first to report on any other animals that people find.

  1. Wow, I wasn’t aware that such things even EXISTED, their being the most popularanimals in myths over here…!

  2. Absolutely amazing.

    • Hak
    • August 3rd, 2010

    They actually do exist? Could this mean that ‘frogs’, as they call them in the myths, exist?

    • Splat
    • August 6th, 2010


    Swiss chocolate producer Milka is being sued by an American teacher for misinformation.
    “I’ve been teaching children about cows for years now, and have always figured that these creatures are purple, as shown in the Milka logo.” Harriët Young, 32, says. “Now, with these recent discoveries it appears cows are black rather than purple. The past couple of days, I’ve been receiving hate-mail from past students and their parents. I want Milka to compensate for the trouble they got me into.”
    Attorney W. Smith tells us that Ms. Young has a big chance of winning this case. “Her life has been put upside down by something that’s over her head.”

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