The Case of the High Wallabies

In Tasmania, crop circles have been puzzling farmers and government agents.

The answer to the mystery has been revealed.

It’s a case of “high as a kite” wallabies getting into government-owned fields of opium poppies, munching on the plants until they get hopped up and then wandering around in circles like the last few partiers at a rave in 2002 trampling the plants that end up in their way.

These drug-fiend marsupials apparently have more of a jones for the opium than Sherlock Holmes without a case to solve.

Tasmania is the world’s largest producer of legally grown opium for the pharmaceutical market.

Wow, maybe this self-loving kangaroo has been visiting these fields.

3 responses to “The Case of the High Wallabies

  1. Oh, that explains my recent behavior!

  2. Ken, have you too been hopping about in circles? I did read a recent story about a crop circle in Missouri. Now I know its source.

  3. 🙂
    And they think it’s aliens when it’s me and wallabies.

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