By Helen Rusinoff
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Published: March 20, 2012
Words: 4,451 (approximate)
Betty, who is hot but is turning into a monkey, loves Dr. Krohn, who is not hot, but who is also turning into a monkey. Will Betty and Otto's love survive this drastic transformation?
In fact, according to a recent study, monkeys have much better sex than humans do. According to the monkeys, anyway. (Don't quote me.)
Monkeys. Sex. Monkey sex. Genetic mutations gone wild. Bizarre experiments are taking place on a little (seemingly) deserted patch of land in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean - also known as Krohn's Island.
For immature readers only.
, south pacific
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