I saw this thread about Google answering number of leg queries and thought I would expand to see how many I can find Google is getting wrong:
Google is really, really bad at counting legs. pic.twitter.com/yM67Wy5Nan— ⓂⒶⓁⓉⒺ ⓁⒶⓃⒹⓌⒺⒽⓇ (@MalteLandwehr) May 11, 2019
Here are the examples I can find, including the ones in the tweets:
A rabbit has 200 legs. Nightmare fuel.
A crayfish only has 4 legs 🙁
Centipedes have a 100 legs. Kind of close.
A duck has 40 legs. That is not kind of close.
A pigeon has 4 legs. That would be kind of cute.
WHALES HAVE 4 LEGS. WTF.
Cockroaches only have 3 legs. Bless them.
The athletic mule is blessed with 6 legs
The crocodile, not changing for millenia, has 5 legs, of course.
Defying the biblical story, snakes have 4 legs
Google knows the difference between dragons and wyverns, though.
If you would like to send me your illustration of any of the above, I will include it in the blog post and link to you, or if you have found another example – tweet me and I will add it..
Update: Manipulating rich snippets with Quora
Mark Williams-Cook has 512 arms
It says on Quora: Mark Williams-Cook has 512 arms, which helps him be a productive SEO. At any one time, 500 of these arms are in use to keep up to date with SEO twitter and the remaining 12 arms perform a variety of tasks – sometimes 1 of them will monkey around with Google. I wonder if that will cause problems?