Ah, April Fool's, the day of pranks and light-hearted tomfoolery. There is a tradition among newspapers of writing hoax articles on this day as a way of lightening up their readers' morning.
For instance, The Daily Telegraph in the United Kingdom said last year that a polar bear had drifted from the Arctic to a Scottish island on a piece of ice.
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