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April 4 Letters: Easter Bunny, Obama foreign policy, School Library Month, Route 460

Fact: The only known mammal laying eggs is the Platypus (Ornithorynchus anitinus) of Australia. In the spring of 2008, a team of researchers set out to track an alleged Easter Bunny to its home. Contact was made in Wonderland with the White Rabbit and, although he was late for a very important date, he provided a viable address. Following the Yellow Brick Road, the researchers came to a large farm called "Jelly Bean Acres." There was all the evidence they needed to prove that the Easter Bunny does not lay eggs. The fact is, he has huge fields where he plants jelly beans, which produce the famous Easter eggs. That's the researchers' story and they are sticking to it. ...