Comedian leaves hilarious fake animal facts all over zoo

karina nowysz

The latest public prank from comedian Jeff Wysaski has be causing chuckles and confusion at a California zoo.

As part of his Obvious Plant project, the Internet joker decided to leave fake “animal facts” around the Los Angeles Zoo. 

Wysaski replaced regular animal information placards with his own fun facts about the animal kingdom. From meerkats who control electronics with their minds to owls’ interpretation of the theme song to ‘Friends,’ Wysaski has made a visit to the zoo a little more interesting. 

Some of the signs were cute, like this one that reads: “If you give a tiny If you give a tiny trombone to 76 ducklings, they will lead the most adorable parade you’ve ever seen.”

Others were just completely hilarious, like this about koalas: “America’s first president, George Washington, was actually 9 koalas stacked on top of each other.”

The signs, however, didn’t stay up for too long. According to the DailyMail Online, L.A. Zoo spokeswoman, April Spurlock, says the signs were taking down shortly after they were posted.