the Blog Empire, part five

Chippendales over dose the Lion has always been fascinated by the Chippendales and their way of living. Chippendales natural habitat is the Norwegian Fiord's, there they live in herds of approximate 15 individuals. As it is almost impossible to survive in the harsh conditions of the Fiord's, the lion decided to bring home a herd of Chippendales, to be able to study them more upclose. The Chippendales had no problems with their new habitat, they seemed to coop excellently both with the travel and the Sigtuna Steppe. The lion soon made gigantic leaps forward in our knowledge about Chippendales, one thing she was surprised by was the total lack of aggressive behavior. The Lion found that the Chippendale DNA differed from humans, the helix has a "bow-tie" look.The Lion found that the herd was growing, how could that be, until this moment she had only found male specimens. Could some of them be female? Soon it dawned on the lion. Chippendales have a special liking to holes in the ground, when they found one they get excited and soon.... they jump in, they can spend up to 20 hours in them. To the lions (and the scientific communities) utmost surprise the Chippendales propagates through asexual cloning. The copy is not a perfect clone the strange DNA might make the Chippendale prone to mutations. The utter lack of natural enemies (i.e the Gigantic Norwegian squirrel and the Fiord Amazon) and the abundance of holes in the Sigtuna Steppe has resulted in an explosion in the Chippendale population. TO BE CONTINUED