As a gullible sucker myself, I appreciate the cultural tradition of having one day out of the year when I know not to take anyone seriously.

Technologists may produce the most labor-intensive April Fools' Jokes, but cephalopods know how to have their fun, too. Here's the octopus "gesture to speech" technology that wowed us all just nine short days ago:

And from Energy Live News, the most unexpect of renewables:
A team of scientists from Belize have successfully harvested electricity from squid. The invertebrates have been discharging enough bioelectricity to run the lighting and air-conditioning units at the research centre on Glover’s Reef Caye on the Caribbean coast.
While there are aquatic animals who produce electricity, sadly, no squid are among them.