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Ripley's Believe It or Not by John Graziano for February 16, 2020

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  4 months ago

    impressive w/Ms. Mash there

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    h.v.greenman  4 months ago

    Gorillas can also catch all the other viral and bacterial caused illnesses carried by humans

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    Aussie Down Under  4 months ago

    How amazing is nature as regards Lima bean plants?

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    therese_callahan2002  4 months ago

    Hope Tarzan never caught a cold.

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    James Wolfenstein  4 months ago

    Apparently, humans can catch colds from pangolins…

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    PMark  4 months ago

    So does that mean that humans can catch colds from gorillas?

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    zerotvus  4 months ago

    Well, they can have this cold I got……

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    J Short Premium Member 4 months ago

    Especially if you share your toothbrush with the gorilla.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima Premium Member 4 months ago

    And who was monitoring her pulse for six hours? Methinks she had an off and on (very weak) pulse during that time.

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    bluegirl285  4 months ago

    Audrey’s case is incredible. So is Jean Hilliard’s. I recommend reading about her, too.

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    jvn  4 months ago

    When was the last time you had your temperature taken with a glass mercury thermometer? Do kids look at that picture of the gorilla and wonder why he’s wearing a goofy hat and eating his sucker backwards?

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    jasonsnakelover  4 months ago

    A humpback whale can carry more than 990 pounds of barnacles on its body. One time I carried more than 991 pounds of barnacles.

    Maudrey Ash One time I survived 7 hours without a heartbeat.

    Gorillas can also catch people.

    Take care and may God bless.

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    jasonsnakelover  4 months ago

    Charles Fleister was given a stay of execution, during which he fell into a catatonic state. Flarles Cheister

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    Julie478 Premium Member 4 months ago

    ✨Today’s missing 4th panel✨

    https://www.ripleys.com/weird-news/cartoon-02-16-2020/

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    moosemin  4 months ago

    Gorillas: I hope to God they are not susceptible to the coronavirus.

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    DoktorScheisskopf  4 months ago

    Did the hypothermic woman get treatment at a a M*A*S*H unit?

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    pearlsbs  4 months ago

    Since a humpback whale can weigh around 30 tons, that would be about 1.7% of extra weight.

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    BHALL77801  4 months ago

    About Ms Mash, HOGWASH!!!!

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    brooklyn51  4 months ago

    A rule of thumb in regards to trying to revive someone who is hypothermic is you’re not dead until you’re warm and dead.

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    Great Wizard Nala  4 months ago

    We’re lucky King Kong didn’t have a cold. Imagine what a sneeze could do and a cough would be like a hurricane!

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    KeKe Premium Member 4 months ago

    @jimmjonzz This ought to placate your ignorance: the second word of the second sentence in your response is incorrect. You are using “its” as a contraction, in this case an abbreviated way of saying “it is,” not as a possessive…therefore it requires the placement of an apostrophe between the letter t and the letter s. No doubt you will now say something snarky…or blame this whole thing on the typographical omission of that cursed apostrophe.

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    stealth694  4 months ago

    Gorilla’s can also catch the Mumps from Humans.

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    Grumpy Old Guy  4 months ago

    The Lima Bean survives by the addage “the enemy, of my enemy, is my friend”…..

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    Jogger2  4 months ago

    I heard that was true of plants in general: When their leaves are damaged, they emit a chemical that attracts insects or other animals that look for insects to prey upon. The chemical message was described as “Help! I’m being eaten!”

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    craigwestlake  4 months ago

    Be kind; stop kissing gorillas…

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    LrdSlvrhnd  4 months ago

    There’s a reason why “They’re not dead until they’re warm and dead” is a saying.

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