Immaculate conception


With Christmas around the corner and thoughts of the impossibility of immaculate conceptions looming in the sub conscious, here’s a tale, reported by Associated Press, for the fans of virgin births.

By Maria Cheng

Updated: 1:25 p.m. ET Dec. 20, 2006

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CHESTER, England – As Christmas approaches, a virgin mother is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her offspring. She’s Flora, the Komodo dragon.

In an evolutionary twist, Flora has managed to become pregnant all on her own without any male help. It would seem the timing is auspicious: The seven baby Komodo dragons are due this festive season.

“We were blown away when we realized what she’d done,” said Kevin Buley, a reptile expert at Flora’s home at the Chester Zoo in this town in northern England. “But we certainly won’t be naming any of the hatchlings Jesus.” link

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