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  1. Something extraordinary was revealed today. Former high-level officials and scientists with deep black experience who have
  2. There's something for every pop, including merman tails, marijuana vending machines and, of course, preserved racehorse poop.
  3. Eyewitnesses reportedly saw one of the monkeys chewing on a sample collection kit at the top of a tree.
  4. The Dutch theme park Walibi Holland put the plush bears onto its Untamed coaster, and it looks like they're loving it.
  5. The prosecution did not prove the man intended to intimidate when he messed up a client's address, the judge ruled.
  6. Jennie Stejna celebrated her successful fight against COVID-19 with an ice-cold brew.
  7. Officers for the Fort Myers Police Department said the doughnuts as well as some blueberry pie-scented spray in a trap did the trick.
  8. Young Alessandro Breda kept his cool throughout the nerve-racking encounter.
  9. Daniel Oster spent $250 on a Sasquatch costume in order to market a house listed at nearly $1 million.
  10. Reporters covering the coronavirus pandemic remotely have found themselves in some pretty hilarious news bloopers in the process.
  11. Saturn the alligator was once a resident of the Berlin Zoo until the facility was destroyed in a bombing raid during World War II.
  12. Knox Brewer was "magnet fishing" at a South Carolina lake when he caught a waterlogged lockbox containing debris-covered jewelry, credit cards, and a checkbook.
  13. Don't mess with this crowned crane.
  14. Video footage of an event on a Texas beach showed maskless people twerking, drinking and standing way too close together.
  15. FC Seoul said it meant "to add some fun in the no-spectator match," but ended up apologizing.
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