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A company tried to fool the internet with fake viral videos for 2 years

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You may have heard of Zardulu, the possible creator of the subway pizza rat, but now there is a new fake viral video machine in town. 

An Australian company has come clean, telling the world it has been creating fake videos for two years with the intention of them going viral and fooling news sites and TV news channels around the world. 

The Woolshed Company, a film production firm based in Melbourne, produced eight videos, including viral hits involving a bear chasing a snowboarder, a shark spotted in Sydney Harbour and a lion taking revenge on a trophy hunter.  Read more…

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