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Category: Weird
Nessie Makes Debut in the US? Or is it Just a Giant Carp??
seamonster

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the serene Lakeside Park, most specifically the exciting developments in its pond. This isn’t the kind of location where you would expect to find a lot of excitement, as it is quite tranquil and many people go there to get away from the stress of the day.

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Who Needs Men ?!
Zebra Shark pup

Now this is an interesting development! Two female zebra sharks, located at the Vinpearland Park Nha Trang, laid eggs without the need for male sharks! After a long wait of 5 months of incubating the eggs, the very first unisex baby shark was born!

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Deep Sea Squid a Super Stud?

The sea holds many mysteries for us, one of which was the mating habits of the deep sea squid. This mystery has now been unraveled, as scientists have discovered a male squid with a humongous elongated penis.

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Robotic Fish Head of the School!

In a rather interesting turn of events, scientists have just released a robotic fish, which appears to be able to influence the behavior of other fish in the aquarium.

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Wine Makers Implore “Drink and Dive”

This is definitely one for the history books, at least when it comes to wines. There are some wine-makers which are set to uncork a brand new vintage of custom wine with they have just drudged up from the bottom of the sea. This is a rather unique idea, and is the first time that a wine maker has attempted such a feat.

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“Nothing Sucks Like An Electrolux”
Vac from the sea

It is a well known fact that the Pacific Ocean is chock full of garbage, so much in fact that there are actually “islands” which are comprised entirely of it. Electrolux has the intention of gathering up the plastic out of the worlds’ oceans, and converting it into brand new vacuum cleaners.

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Cloudy with a chance of fish

Fish raining down on you from the sky is rare, but fish raining down on you two nights in a row is just plain eldritch. The unlikely two-night fish rain occurred last week in a small Australian town called Lajamanu in the Northern Territory.

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Herrings behind Swedish traffic chaos

An unusual road accident put traffic to a complete halt today on the E6 highway outside Strömstad on the Swedish west coast.

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Normandy Nessie?

78-year-old Florida resident Russ Sittlow has spotted something big swimming in the canals of Madeira Beach at the coast of Pinellas County in western Florida.

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Shark baby found dead in public restroom

According to NBC News Channel, someone has placed a shark pup on top of a toilet in a public restroom in Beaufort, South Carolina.

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Caribbean fish travelling in style

The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, UK has received some attention in the press after chartering a Boeing 767 to fly in a 42-tonne cargo of Caribbean fish for a new exhibition.

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When opposites won’t attract; same-colour medakas preferentially selective for each other

An international team of researchers have shown how one single gene mutation is capable of making the medaka, a Japanese killifish, loose its attractive colours and display a drab grey colour which renders them significantly less attractive to medakas of the opposite sex – unless that potential mate is grey too.

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Chihuahua survives 24 hours inside sunken riverboat

Fancy, a four-year-old Chihuahua, survived for more than 24 hours under water after being left inside a capsized riverboat. She was onboard a houseboat that sunk in the river near Toledo, USA after hitting a stump.

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Fish nibbles on a man’s private parts during spa treatment!

According to China Daily, a male visitor to a hot spring club has had his external reproductive organs nibbled on by fish.

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Koi crime wave in East Yorks, UK

Twelve thefts of exotic fish and pond equipment have been reported over a three-week period across Hull, East Yorks.

Humberside Police Community Support Officer Sam Gregory said all the evidence suggests the culprits are using the Internet to seek out their targets.

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