Galapagos Islands, Ecuador – Ecuador’s Environment Ministry announced the collapse of Darwin’s Arch located near the islands made famous by Charles Darwin due to his authoring of On the Origin of the Species by Means of Natural Selection in 1859.
Podiatrists worldwide, starved for attention due to the pandemic, have offered their services. One such Doctor of Podiatric Medicine is Tej Metatarsal DPM, AACFAS.
“Fallen arches, or pes planus in doctor talk, can affect 30% of the human population, 10% of those will exhibit symptoms, but I don’t know about rock formations!” Metatarsal admitted.
As for Charles Darwin, who sailed halfway around the world on HMS Beagle, and later died April 19, 1882, his take was much more personal.
Speaking from beyond the grave via a landline from Westminster Abbey, Darwin said, “You write what is probably the most significant document in the field of biology, and all I ever heard was the fact I sailed in a ship named after a dog!”
Calls to Percé Rock in Quebec went unanswered. The famous Canadian rock formation, similar in make-up to that of Darwin’s Arch, has only one arch left, and is likely making final arrangements.
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