Wednesday, October 08, 2003 :::
Minks are Evil.
When an animal-rights group freed 10,000 minks from a Washington farm, its members probably never guessed the "direct action" would fuel a bloody feeding frenzy and even cannibalism. Apparently, they didn't know much about minks. First, the hungry little beasts went on a rampage, raiding chicken coops and eating area pets. Once 9,000 of the nasty critters were returned to the farm, a new nightmare dawned: The creatures, when caged with others of their kind, turn more vicious than a room full of presidential candidates. "The minks are fine when they're littermates together, but when they're not, they're quite vicious and they're cannibals," said a farm spokeswoman. "They do eat each other, and that's what we're battling." You know what they say about good intentions …
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