Arrgh! What are you?
Greetings sir. Don’t be alarmed. You are a guest on a spaceship from the distant planet……….
We would like to examine your anatomy for a short period and then we will return you
unharmed and with no memory of this to Earth. Erm, well…., I,…er.. I don’t know about
that. Thank you for your co-operation.
Let us look at the main organs of Hu-mans, and their functions. First of all, the skin.
This is the protective organ covering the body.
Oh no! My clothes! And in this specimen, unlike the beautiful
green of we Zargles, is a very strange pink color. Next we can see the skeleton.
Aaargh! My body! This acts as a frame for the body and with
the attached muscles allows the Hu-mans to bend and move, walk, run and jump.
Now let us look at some of the main organs. These are the stomach and intestines.
Oh no! That’s disgusting! The function of these is to take nutrients
and water from the food the Hu-mans eat. Food goes in here. Nutrients are taken out here.
And waste comes out of here. Er…Excuse me? Mr. Alien, sir? …. I’m a
little cold. Finally is this mysterious organ.
Oh no! Not that! It is called the heart and it has four chambers.
And it is protected by the rib bones of the chest. We believe Hu-mans use it for thinking
with, though we’re not sure. I believe that will be all for today as our
guest is beginning to show signs of stress. Well, sir we are finished. Would you like
to return home? Uh…Uh… Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes, please! Yes!!
Then thank you so much for your assistance in today’s experiments. Goodbye and have a
nice day. Aah. I believe our Hu-man friend has left
a part of himself behind. I wonder if it’s something important? Perhaps I’d better return
it to him.