|INT: Hello, and welcome
to my column. Today, we have the opportunity to talk to
famous animal prospector Franz Spans. He is reknowned
around many international researching circles. Today he
is here to discuss with us his current project, which he
is at work . So Franz, what is your current work?
PRO: Good day fine sir! Today I am here to tell you about my work for the past 6 years. I have been searching for the elusive pink rhino! I fear it is endangered, as nobody to date no such animal has been seen by me!
INT: So prospector, why haven't you been able to find the pink rhino?
PRO: AAAH zee pink rhino, I have not found it yet. Eeet must be very elusive as I have not zeen it and I have been looking for many years now. I recall my good mentor, Herr Doktor sent me on my quest. My eternal gratitude Doktor, for my worthy quest! He ees always a good source of help. My colleegues laugh whenever I ask for help tho, but it ees no laughing matter! If I have not found this species yet it must be endangered and should be protected by all available means!
INT: So prospector, what does this elusive rhino look like?
PRO: Weeel, from reports,
it sounds like this elusive creature only comes out under
cover of dark, or when intoxicated. It must be veery
small as it likes to hide in the bushes, and believe me,
I have checked a lot of bushes! Thees rhino must like
really big bushes to hide in as no rhino can hide in
anything you would call a bush! It must have zee great
method of camoflauge to elude such a great prospector as
INT:Prospector, I think your friends are taking you for a ride...
PRO: NO NONOOO!! I am a professional! I have been looking for this rhino for many years now! They would have told me if it was extinct!
INT:(cough) Here, let me show you your rhino...
PRO: Wait, thees is no
rhino. It is far too small! The resemblance is remarkable
So, do you have anything else that you would like to ask me?
INT: No, I think that's just about it, nice having you .
An Artist's Interpretation of the Pink Rhino
Another Artist's Interpretation of the Pink Rhino