From babies drinking beer to an ear being grown on a soldier's arm, can you separate the real from the fake?
Last updated on May 12, 2018, at 4:02 a.m. ET
Posted on May 11, 2018, at 9:45 p.m. ET
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources posted a photo of this fish with human-looking teeth to its Facebook page and people are unsettled.
It's two different photos. HoaxEye reports that the photograph of Trump was taken after Divine died.
A soldier lost her ear in a car crash, so surgeons grew a new one inside her arm and recently completed the transplant.
Snopes reports that this image is fake. It was created for a photoshop contest.
The story was published to a copycat ABC News site, but it's fake, Lead Stories reports.
This story was originally published by an unreliable website and took the pope's words out of context multiple times, PolitiFact reports.
It was originally published on a website that labels itself as satire, PolitiFact reports.
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