Today’s ghastly groaner

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A number of African lions have discovered they can sneak up on their prey more easily after disguising themselves with the hides of deceased wildebeests.

This makes it more important than ever to watch out for fake gnus.

— Allen Ortmann,

Coeur d’Alene

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Laughter really is the best medicine, so let’s “medicate” together.

Send your best bad, corny, punny jokes. Keep ’em clean and don’t be mean.

Email your ghastly groaners, with your full name and hometown, to: mdolan@cdapress.com.

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