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  1. Ice cream for primates, blackouts for humans as Europe feels the heatRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | ABC News

    A blistering heatwave sweeping through Europe has brought blackouts to France and fears of heat stroke for Wimbledon tennis fans, but meant a range of interesting ice creams for the continent's zoo animals. With temperatures pushing 40 degrees Celsius, the UN warned heatwaves were growing more frequent and intense due to climate change and called on more countries to put warning systems in place to inform people of the dangers.


  2. The liberal mind a " A thing of wonder | BY Dwight KehoeRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | Sonoran News

    TPATH ~ It's the most inexplicable phenomenon known to mankind. The five statements below are not questions but observations based on the reality of a liberal mind.


  3. There can be such a thing as a - free lunch'Read the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Cape Gazette

    To bring in customers, saloons and bars in 19th century America offered free food with the purchase of a single drink. Much like free bar snacks today, the free lunches were often heavily salted foods such as hams, saltine crackers, olives, salted peanuts and cheeses.


  4. Rice Field Day attracts over 400 people to discuss future of the rice industryRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KLFY-TV Lafayette

    Over 400 people gathered at the LSU AG Center Rice Research Station on Wednesday to discuss the future of the rice industry. Attendees took tours through the rice fields, learned about the research done at the station and listened to guest speakers such as Senator David Vitter and Former Louisiana Lt.


  5. Nyah! Nyah! How Goldfish Eluded Huge Predator for YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | LiveScience

    A goldfish that was meant to be fish food found a hideout and lived in a tank with its predator for seven years, according to Japanese news reports. The goldfish was tossed into the tank of an arapaima, a massive, predatory fish native to South America.


  6. Ashley Davies: Scotland's botanical superstarRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. THE birth and brief life of the corpse flower proved a 'destination plant' can create an experience thousands will remember writes Ashley Davies.


  7. Hot Stuff: These contraptions help squash seasonal pestsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Summer pests can be a real buzz kill. Whether it's the unannounced mosquitoes at your midnight bonfire or an uninvited family of ants at your picnic, creepy-crawling pests sure know how to ruin a good party.


  8. Battle of the BlockbustersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | San Francisco Magazine

    ... get scared. You hear stories. One guy ran into a closet." Ant-Man: But California Academy of Science's curator of entomology, Brian Fisher (also known as the "Ant Man"), argues that ants are formidable foes: strong, tough, and numbering in the ...


  9. SLANT: Flight of the MosquitoRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Artforum Intl.

    Aki Sasamoto , Skewed Lies / Parallel Stare , 2015. Performance view, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York, June 26, 2015.


  10. Teen pulls four inch CENTIPEDE from his ear after he woke up in excruciating painRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | Right Wing News

    TRIGGER WARNING: If you have a fear of insects, you might not want to look at this next picture. Imagine finding THIS in your ear Feeling something strange in his ear, Grant Botti,14, said he reached in and pulled out the culprit: a four-inch long centipede.


  11. After almost 30-year hiatus, spruce budworm might be back in a big wayRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Michigan Radio

    The State Department of Natural Resources is keeping an eye out for one of the most destructive insects in our northern spruce and fir trees. The State Department of Natural Resources' Bob Heyd tells us that the spruce budworm is a native insect that's been cycling in North America throughout recorded history.


  12. Zapping bugs on the Wrightsville bridge: A missed opportunityRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The York Daily Record

    These mayflies will have died in vain if we don't exploit them to promote the largest bug zapper in the Wrightsville area. Reading the stories about the terror on the Wrightsville-Columbia Bridge caused by swarms of mayflies, it seems a lot of people are missing the point, or at least missing an opportunity.


  13. Ou Koshera s Fourth Ask Ou Kashrus Seminar for Women to Take Place August 24-28 in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Orthodox Union

    Want to learn and understand the laws of kosher from the experts of the most-recognized kashrus organization in the world? OU Kosher will present its fourth ASK OU Advanced Kashrus Seminar for Women from Monday, August 24 to Friday, August 28 at OU headquarters in New York. The women's seminar alternates with a men's program held in even-numbered years.


  14. Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Houston suburbRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle

    People who eat a lot of potassium And there's lots of potassium in that ultimate party dip, quacamole. People who eat a lot of salt Mosquitoes love their salty snacks just as much as we do, apparently.


  15. Wild 'Jesus Lizards' Once Walked on Wyoming's Tropical WatersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Live Science

    About 48 million years ago, a distant relative of the "Jesus lizard," named for its knack for walking on water, darted around the tropical rainforests of ancient Wyoming, a new study finds. The ancient lizard may have also performed the seemingly miraculous feat, though the researchers can't say for sure because they didn't find the animal's feet.


  16. Couple Finds Worms In Their SalmonRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Switched

    A Peoria, Arizona, couple discovered two worms inside the salmon they purchased from a local Fry's grocery store on Sunday, according to ABC Arizona. "Getting ready to do my food prep.


  17. 6 Bug Sprays That Don't StinkRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Switched

    ... by elias_daniel "Mosquitoes are bad fliers," Dave Shetlar, an Ohio State University professor of urban landscape entomology told Cleveland.com. Perch yourself near ceiling fans on patios, porches or open-air restaurants that have them. Flickr photo ...


  18. Bees swarm into Bay RidgeRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    A bee expert at work removing a hive from a tree on 83rd Street in Bay Ridge Monday night. Photo by Kate Cucco A swarm of bees had Bay Ridge buzzing! Thousands of honey bees made themselves at home in a tree on a residential block on 83rd Street between Third and Fourth avenues Monday night to the consternation of local residents who feared getting stung.


  19. 'Stung' review: Call the swat teamRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Director Benni Diez tries for schlock shocks in this giant-bug flick. Sadly, what's left out here is the fun.


  20. 'Epi' injection may still be good after a freezeRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Reuters

    Epinephrine might still have its life-saving potential even if it freezes and thaws out while you're backpacking in the dead of winter, an experimental study finds. "It's definitely a small study, but it gives us pretty conclusive evidence that the freeze-thaw does not seem to degrade the epinephrine," said Dr. William Smith, an emergency medicine physician at St. John's Medical Center in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and one of the study's authors.