Breakdown Rocketmen and Internet Fixing Ferrets?

Even the Internet giant Google is jumping on the April Fools' Day wagon. Below Google.co.uk's search box is a link announcing translation technology for your pets! "Bridging the gap between animals and humans" Google claims it has created technology that will allow us to better understand animals.

Gullible readers can watch a video on how the "Translate for Animals" application for Android phones recognizes and transcribes words and phrases common to a species. This announcement proves Google is taking its goal of "Making the world's information universally accessible" to a new level.

What about tasty newspapers? You may catch readers licking The Sun today as the newspaper has "Lick Here" written with an arrow pointing below to boast the newspaper's new printing technique.

The seventeenth page of the newspaper is "The first page that you can taste," but be careful, The Sun warns that it "May Contain Nuts."

With parachuting dogs and surfing alpacas headlining the news it's hard to know what's fact or fiction. Keep your eyes and ears open for the news trying to make you say, "Is this for April Fools?"

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