Greatest April Fools Pranks

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Can you name the details of the greatest April Fools Day pranks in history?

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2008: the BBC released footage of these Antarctic birds soaring through the air.
1998: this fast food franchise introduced the 'Left-Handed Whopper' for consumption in America.
1997: 23 pairs of comic-strip artists swapped places with each other for the day; Scott Adams drew 'Family Circus' while Bil Keane drew this strip.
1950: people driving near Lake Arrowhead in California found these citrus fruits growing on pine and cedar trees.
1965: a new television technology allowed viewers to utilize this sense for a more immersive experience.
1933: the 'Madison Capital-Times' reported that this state's capitol building had collapsed after an explosion.
1980: it was announced that this London landmark would have it's four clock faces replaced with digital readouts to keep up with the changing times..
2001: radio DJ Michael Enright held a telephone interview with this former President, calling him a 'washed-up peanut farmer'.

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