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Despite their ancestors being hunted to near-extinction, beavers have made a comeback as the key to the city’s plan to mitigate the flooding.
The 7-pound dental discovery proved more than New England scallopers bargained for.
While some may view chicken poop as an ineffective, or even comical, torture device, this could not be further from the truth.
Huberta began what would become a two-and-a-half-year journey of over 1,000 miles. Her trip became so popular that sightings of her made headlines around the world.
The world’s largest outdoor museum occupies 300 acres just outside Bangkok – and in case you’re wondering, that’s about 227 football fields put together!