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Fake-News - "A Norwegian Woman Gives Birth To Baby Elephant!"

2015-01-31T11:45:54  +
Fake-News - "A Norwegian Woman Gives Birth To Baby Elephant!"

The article below: "A Norwegian Woman Gives Birth To Baby Elephant," published on fake or news satirical website "www.huzlers.com," which claims that a Norwegian woman gave birth to baby elephant is not true. The image in the article (see below) is not a real baby, but a sculpture or an art-piece called "Newborn" created by the Australian artist, Patricia Piccinini.

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A few months ago, one of Patricia Piccinini sculpture called "The Young Family, a trans-species mother with a litter of suckling pups" was used in a scam to trick people into completing surveys and sharing the same scam with their Facebook friends.

The Fake-News

A Norwegian Woman Gives Birth To Baby Elephant!

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Norwegia – Millions of Hindis everywhere have begun a pilgrimage to Norway after a Norwegian couple recently gave birth to a half-human/half-elephant hybrid that many Hindu practitioners believe to be the reincarnation of the popular deity Ganesha. He is commonly depicted as a man with several limbs and the head of an elephant, something that if it were to actually exist, the very sight of it would haunt us to the grave.

Alexandar and Lola Andersen first attempted to keep their child a secret from the world but soon pictures of the child along with the identity of the family leaked to the media. The Andersen’s found themselves celebrities in the country of India.

www.huzlers.com

The news article is called news satire, also called fake news, and is a type of a humorous imitation presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content.

Please remember that not everything that you read on the internet is true. That is why it is important to check with reputable or popular news websites first, to verify the authenticity of the news.

The website www.huzlers.com is considered a threat because some persons are taking the fake articles that they have published as authentic news, which can cause public panic.

The website www.huzlers.com is also similar to the fake or satire news website:

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  • Posted: Oct 1, 2017 by an anonymous user from or near: Kottayam, Kerala, India

    Thank you, this is very useful.

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