March 30, 2017
Chirping contentedly, an Ozone warbler nested happily in 34,000-volt power lines before being removed by a utility worker.
"I wish they'd nest in trees like other birds," he said, irritatedly.
He then sold the Ozone Warbler to a cook from a nearby North Korean restaurant.
"I give you fifty dollar!" the cook said, before stealthily slinking off with the creature.
Unfortunately, no egg was found.
A sizzling North Korean breakfast special: Ozone Warbler balls with sweet azuki paste (Uguisumochi).
"It was already cooked when we received it," said the cook, proudly.
"Where's the egg?"