C|Net has a pictorial on the Paris Airshow. Cast your eyes upon the caption to the 12th photo in the article, captured below:
That aircraft in the rear is, indeed, an Airbus A380. The grey aircraft next to it is not, however, the Lockheed C-130 that the caption declares it to be.
It is, in fact, an Airbus A400M, a very logical aircraft to be parked next to an Airbus A380.
Well, anyone can make a mistake, right? So what makes this such a failure of identification?
Well, you see, it's the fact that the same writer has correctly identified the same A400M, in front of the same A380, eight photos earlier in this shot. And then correctly identified it again in the next shot. Both of these right after correctly identifying an actual Lockheed C-130 in this shot.
That's ... quite the blunder. Even without the "A400M" in black letters several feet high on the side of the fuselage, visible even in this doubtless-reduced-for-publication photo.