Earlier this year, snake researchers Johan Elmberg and Arne Rasmussen were looking through a collection of sea snakes perserved in jars of formaldehyde in the bowels of Copenhagen's Natural History Museum -- you know, like ya do -- when they came...
Careless members of the British public have broken their mobile phones by baking them in a cake, inserting them into a cow and dropping them over the edge of a ship while recreating scenes from Titanic, it has emerged.
(Phys.org)—A recent graduate from the University of Westminster in London, architect Jack Munro has developed a process that uses cattle blood as a binding ingredient in making bricks for use in building construction.
Report on Austrian Times english news online newspaper: A German zoo has had almost their entire population of meerkats killed after they riddled their enclosure with tunnels which then collapsed killing 6 of the 8 animals in the group.
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