Anaheim, CA May 2010 - A team of genetic engineers revealed today the results of their secret Human/Duck hybrid experiment. Isolating the genes of a human volunteer plucked from an undisclosed all-you-can-eat buffet and incorporating them into the cells of a common pond duck via a transfer vector, the team created the world's first successful human genetically modified organism. Code named BOSCO 48, the organism promptly waddled out of the laboratory and over to the nearest sports bar to join the other, not so successful human hybrid subjects for a cold beer and some peanuts. Photo snapped inside Disneyland food court (where else?) by yours truly.