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  1. Watch: Birmingham prisoners eat COCKROACH in I'm a Celebrity challengeRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | IcWolverhampton

    The video has been posted to the lag's instagram account - and he is urged to munch on insects in his cell. The episode mirrors the famous Bushtucker trials on the I'm a Celebrity Get Me out of Here TV show which is currently on the nation's screens.

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  2. Study finds light pollution on riseRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Earth is losing its darkness. A new study using satellite data finds that artificially lit surfaces around the world are spreading and growing brighter, producing more light pollution at night.

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  3. Pickled sharks and cheek: Damien Hirst on his return to Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    ... showed 25 years' worth of his spot paintings in 2012, while White Cube gallery had an exhibition of his entomology cabinets and scalpel-blade paintings in 2013. But the new show, "Visual Candy and Natural History", at Gagosian in Central is mostly ...

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  4. MagicWood: Affordable DIY Product Mimics Popular Look of Reclaimed WoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 24-7 Press Release

    MagicWood is easy to install and can be applied to walls, bathroom, table tops, or just about anywhere, in a few simple steps. LOS ANGELES, CA, November 24, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- There is a real beauty in reclaimed wood, but this beauty can be expensive and complicated to work with.

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  5. Global Crop Protection Pesticides Market is projected to hold a value of over $90.62 billion in 2021Read the original story

    Yesterday | Emailwire.com

    Global Crop Protection Pesticides Market is poised to reach $90.62 billion by 2021 - 175 pages report by Market Data Forecast The Global Crop Protection Pesticides Market has been estimated at USD 70.00 Billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 90.62 Billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period from 2016 to 2021. Pesticides constitute the largest Share of the Crop Protection Pesticides, with Bio-pesticides accounting for a comparatively minute share.

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  6. Finnish bakery launches bread made from crushed cricketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Japan Times

    Finnish bakery and food service company Fazer on Thursday launched what it called the world's first insect-based bread to be offered to consumers in stores. The bread, made from flour ground from dried crickets as well as wheat flour and seeds, contains more protein than normal wheat bread.

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  7. Flies' disease-carrying potential may be greater than thought, researchers sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    IMAGE: Researchers used a scan electron microscope to find where bacterial cells and particles attach to the fly body. The electron microscope captures an up close look at the head of... view Flies can be more than pesky picnic crashers, they may be potent pathogen carriers, too, according to an international team of researchers.

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  8. Yellow fever - BrazilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | World Health Organization

    Between July and mid-October 2017, a total of 71 suspected yellow fever cases were reported in SA o Paulo State, Brazil. Of these, two were confirmed, six are under investigation, and 63 were ruled out.

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  9. Litlington farmer joins initiative to help declining owl populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Crow

    A Litlington farmer has joined an initiative to help the local barn owl population, which has dropped 35 per cent according to the latest figures from ornithologists. Ralph Parker enlisted in The Jordans Farm Partnership - by Jordans Cereals in Bedfordshire - which is designed to promote sustainable farming with a commitment to give more than 10 per cent of Jordans farmland to British wildlife.

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  10. How often should you change your toothbrush and other bathroom itemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2017 | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    It may come as a surprise that the bathroom isn't the dirtiest room in your house. But there's no doubt that all the washing up, flushing down and sloughing off that goes on in there is bound to cover everything with bacteria.

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  11. Farms prep for high-stakes game of economic strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2016 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Every year at this time, provincial extension officials come out with series of budgets for major crops in Manitoba grown under conventional and organic production systems. As farmers and their advisers well know, actual costs and yields can vary widely based on producers' debtload and management skills.

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  12. Finland baker launches bread made from crushed cricketsRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Daily Star

    Bakers Maria Malinen and Samuli Malmi of the Finnish food company Fazer bake the world's first mass-delivered bread made of insects in the bakery in Helsinki, Finland November 23, 2017. Photo: Reuters Finnish bakery and food service company Fazer launched on Thursday what it said was the world's first insect-based bread to be offered to consumers in stores.

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  13. Good night, night: Light pollution increasing around globeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northwest Herald

    A German-led team reported Wednesday that light pollution is threatening darkness almost everywhere. Satellite observations during five Octobers show Earth's artificially lit outdoor area grew by 2 percent a year from 2012 to 2016.

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  14. How Weird Flies Dive Underwater and Survive a Deadly LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | I4U Future Technology News

    An alkali fly creates a protective bubble in order to dive in toxic and salty Mono Lake. Credit: Floris van Breugel / Caltech Mono Lake in California is three times saltier than the ocean.

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  15. Moment of Nature - Nov. 24, 2017Read the original story

    Yesterday | Camden Chronicle Independent

    The Emerald Ash Borer , Agrilus planipennis, is an extremely destructive, invasive wood-boring beetle that is ravaging ash tree populations throughout North America. It is regarded as the most destructive insect pest in the 21st century.

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  16. Industrial ambitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is The West Country

    AS the final boiler was taken out of Watchet Paper Mill on Sunday, it heralded the true end of an era for the town. But the women behind an inspirational community group want to usher in a new era and find a new defining industry for the town.

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  17. AMBITIOUS: Georgie Grant, Naomi Griffith and Jessica Prendegrast from Watchet's Onion CollectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Somerset County Gazette

    AS the final boiler was taken out of Watchet Paper Mill on Sunday, it heralded the true end of an era for the town. But the women behind an inspirational community group want to usher in a new era and find a new defining industry for the town.

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  18. This Bakery Wants You to Try its Latest Delicacy: Crushed Insect BreadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Time

    Finnish bakery and food service company Fazer started rolling out loaves of bread this week with flour made from dried and crushed crickets, which the company says is the first insect-based bread of its kind available to consumers. The bread contains more protein than normal wheat bread, according to Fazer, with each loaf containing about 70 crickets.

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  19. U.S. considers logging project along scenic Wyoming highway - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Spokesman-Review

    The U.S. Forest Service is considering allowing logging along a scenic highway leading to Yellowstone National Park to remove insect-infested trees and reduce fire danger. The Billings Gazette reported Thursday the plan to cut timber in northwestern Wyoming near the Montana border would require the Forest Service to suspend its standards for preserving scenic views.

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  20. Smooth sailing so far on $7.5M makeover of Pilgrim shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A year after craftsmen embarked on an ambitious effort to restore the rotting replica of the ship that carried the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620, the work "is going really great," project manager Whit Perry says. Britain built the vessel and sailed it to the U.S. as a gift of friendship in 1957.

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