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Ford and General Motors felt about newcomer Tesla,D. easing the burden on an aging well field south of town "Almost 30 years we’ve been chugging along on this thing" said Hain The southwest corner of the state The Independent Tigress shot dead after ‘killing 13 people’ in India A man-eating tiger in India that is believed to have killed 13 people has been shot dead after a lengthy hunt officials say The six-year-old female given the name T-1 by Indian rangers had evaded capture for two years in the jungle of the west-central state of Maharashtra despite a huge military-style operation The hunt which was led by armed Indian forest guards and police officers involved round-the-clock surveillance from treetop platforms more than 100 camera traps as well as bulldozers to clear away the tall bush of the jungle Digital Trends Underwater Drone Will Rebuild Reefs Damaged by Climate Change Since August 2018 the Great Barrier Reef in the ocean off Australia has had a special protector — an autonomous underwater drone called RangerBot that has monitored the status of the reef and protected the corals from the predatory crown-of-thorns starfish But now researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Australia have announced that the RangerBot has a new mission: it is to be rechristened “LarvalBot” and will be repurposed to spread coral babies Scientists have collected hundreds of millions of coral spawn from the surviving corals of the Great Barrier Reef which have not yet succumbed to coral bleaching These spawn are then reared into baby corals in special floating enclosures CTVNews Nova Scotia town looking for professional help for mysterious sinkhole OXFORD NS – The spokeswoman for a small Nova Scotia town says there are "ongoing negotiations with geophysical and geotechnical firms" to have work completed at the site of a mysterious sinkhole that took a huge bite out of a local park over the summer While there haven’t been any significant changes to report Oxford deputy clerk Linda Cloney says the water level at the sinkhole is now higher than the lake water around it and it keeps swallowing small amounts of soil The sinkhole first appeared in mid-July as a hole the size of a dinner plate but has since grown to a size larger than 326 metres by 387 metres swallowing up trees and picnic benches and drawing curious onlookers to the small town of about 1000 In a release at the time emergency management officials said they had received a report on a ground penetrating radar survey of the site but the depth of penetration was only one to five metres — "not adequate to effectively model the bedrock geology beneath the thick layer of sand" in the park CBS News Videos Did you know roller skates black cats ‘over a barrel’ Champagne was invented by Dom Perignon a monk at the Benedictine abbey of Hautvilliers in the region of Champagne northern France On sipping the first results of his doubly fermented brew he is said to have called out: "Come quickly brother I am tasting the stars" He was the cellar master at Hautvilliers for forty-seven years until his death in 1715 The discovery is said to have been made on August 4 1693 The first reported appearance of roller skates was not a success They were worn by a Belgian entertainer Joseph Mervin who appeared on them playing a violin at a party in Carlisle House in London Unfortunately he lost control and crashed WRALcom Rural America’s Own Private Flint: Polluted Water Too Dangerous to Drink Posted 12:56 pm today ARMENIA Wis — The groundwater that once ran cool and clean from taps in this Midwestern farming town is now laced with contaminants and fear People refuse to drink it They won’t brush their teeth with it They dread taking showers Rural communities call it their own private Flint — a diffuse creeping water crisis tied to industrial farms and slack regulations that for years has tainted thousands of residential wells across the Midwest and beyond Now fears and frustration over water quality and contamination have become a potent election-year issue burbling up in races from the fissured bedrock here in Wisconsin to chemical-tainted wells in New Hampshire to dwindling outdoornewsdailycom DNR and Partners Protect Rattlesnake Mountain A 25-year shared vision of conservation connects public lands for trail connections and wildlife corridors along I-90 The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently acquired 24 acres of land in the Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area Rattlesnake Mountain provides an important connection between the Cascade Mountains and the Puget Sound lowlands by protecting critical wildlife corridors and recreation in the lower Snoqualmie Valley Co-managed by DNR and King County this Scenic Area is a 1771-acre Natural Resource Conservation Area that protects wildlife habitat and numerous riparian systems The acquisition completes a cluster of protected lands between the Raging River News 24 South Africa News24com | WATCH: Halloween is over but these animals enjoyed their pumpkin treats Halloween with its spooky costumes and carved pumpkins has taken the human world by storm Even animals at the zoo are hankering for some pumpkin spice this time of year ALSO WATCH BELOW: Elephants smash giant pumpkin treat "He was such a fine man such an excellent faculty member scholar researcher friend" said UND spokesman Peter Johnson "My heart goes out to Kathy and his family"Previously Osborne served as president and CEO of Meridian Environmental Technology Inc ? But achieving justice in cases that hinge on conflicting and often ambiguous accounts is an extremely difficult balance.

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