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Bricklayer solves mystery of the Castleford Croc arunning wilda in his garden
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The good people of Castleford can rest easy once again - the mystery has been solved.

Swarm of bees kill 60 penguins by stinging them in the eyes
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The 'fluke' incident saw them attacked on a beach in South Africa.

aFuneral homea sponsors advert urging people not to get vaccinated
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But it's not quite what it seems...

Daredevil tightrope artist takes 70 metre high walk across River Seine
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He started from the Eiffel Tower.

Boat left stuck in the air after getting marooned on rock in Channel Islands
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It took around twelve hours to rescue those on board, who suffered minor injuries from the impact.

aNuna caught dancing with skeleton next to graveyard
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There's something you don't see every day.

Fox filmed snatching pigeon at 10am on street in east London
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Where's David Attenborough when you need him?

Talking duck learns to say ayou bloody foola after mimicking caretaker
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That's right - not every duck wants to quack.

Man somehow swallows entire phone and then needs doctors to remove it
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X-ray images show the phone after it was lodged inside for four days.

Michael Gove dances alike Mr Beana at 2am in Aberdeen nightclub
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A doorman said he tried to avoid the APS5 entry fee, saying 'I am the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster'.

Frogs with rude name go on display at zoo to save them from extinction
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They (apparently) look like something quite different.

Rat caught sneaking through cat flap is rescued and named Prince Charming
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If you were at home, heard a scratching sound from the cat flap then spotted a rat trying to get inside, what would you do?

Woman sold the aworldas saddest bacon sandwicha for APS4.70 on Ryanair flight
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She paid nearly APS5 for the sandwich.

Wally the Walrus gets behind wheel of boat after sinking two on European tour
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Ay ay, captain!

Friday 13th: The other days deemed unlucky around the world
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How superstitious are you?

How often does Friday the 13th occur?
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A few facts about how often it comes around, when the next one will be and why it has such bad juju.

Goose flying upside down was showing off to friends, say experts
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The young bird was just demonstrating its moves.

Can insects predict the weather? How ant, flies and spiders change their behaviour based on the forecast
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Will you need an umbrella? Just ask your friendly neighbourhood spider!

Shop bans customers from paying with cash stashed in bras during heatwave
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'Due to increasing temperatures, and for our own personal safety, we will NOT be accepting any bra money.'

Mum gets note from neighbour saying amy kids donat want to see your ass outa
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Alex Taylor was stunned to find the anonymous note in Chelmsford, Essex.

Escaped python abites manas genitalsa after hiding in his toilet
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What a way to start the day...

Man fills claw machine with loo roll as Covid panic buying grips Australia
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Arcade players can win a cuddly soft toy or some new toilet paper.

Thousands of pigeons vanish mid-race in aBermuda Triangle-style mysterya
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Pigeon fanciers are racking their brains, with some suggesting solar storms or mini tornadoes could be to blame.

Postcard delivered to councillor with picture of his own face used as stamp
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'Now, according to some arcane rule, James is now the ruling Monarch.'

ITV reporter shouts aIall f***ing bang you outa after man interrupts broadcast
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Callum Watkinson asked the man if he had a job himself, then suggested it was likely to be at either McDonald's or Footlocker if so.

Donald Trumpas new doppelgA$?nger is singing ice cream man from Pakistan
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He's unlikely to enter US politics anytime soon, but onlookers say heas born to perform.

How cannabis could save the planet in fight against climate change
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Experts say there is athere is good reason to by hypeda about hemp's unlikely environmental potential.

Runaway giant tortoise found one mile from home after escaping garden
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Titan was taken home in a police van.

Noahas Ark impounded in Ipswich for not having paperwork to say itas seaworthy
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The Coastguard said they could not 'rely on the grace of God' to let the boat leave the port.

Woman has heart attack after trying dangerous TikTok trend
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Maybe don't try the 'dry scoop challenge'?
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Bricklayer solves mystery of the Castleford Croc arunning wilda in his garden
From https:

The good people of Castleford can rest easy once again - the mystery has been solved.

Swarm of bees kill 60 penguins by stinging them in the eyes
From https:

The 'fluke' incident saw them attacked on a beach in South Africa.

aFuneral homea sponsors advert urging people not to get vaccinated
From https:

But it's not quite what it seems...

Daredevil tightrope artist takes 70 metre high walk across River Seine
From https:

He started from the Eiffel Tower.

Boat left stuck in the air after getting marooned on rock in Channel Islands
From https:

It took around twelve hours to rescue those on board, who suffered minor injuries from the impact.

aNuna caught dancing with skeleton next to graveyard
From https:

There's something you don't see every day.

Fox filmed snatching pigeon at 10am on street in east London
From https:

Where's David Attenborough when you need him?

Talking duck learns to say ayou bloody foola after mimicking caretaker
From https:

That's right - not every duck wants to quack.

Man somehow swallows entire phone and then needs doctors to remove it
From https:

X-ray images show the phone after it was lodged inside for four days.

Michael Gove dances alike Mr Beana at 2am in Aberdeen nightclub
From https:

A doorman said he tried to avoid the APS5 entry fee, saying 'I am the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster'.

Frogs with rude name go on display at zoo to save them from extinction
From https:

They (apparently) look like something quite different.

Rat caught sneaking through cat flap is rescued and named Prince Charming
From https:

If you were at home, heard a scratching sound from the cat flap then spotted a rat trying to get inside, what would you do?

Woman sold the aworldas saddest bacon sandwicha for APS4.70 on Ryanair flight
From https:

She paid nearly APS5 for the sandwich.

Wally the Walrus gets behind wheel of boat after sinking two on European tour
From https:

Ay ay, captain!

Friday 13th: The other days deemed unlucky around the world
From https:

How superstitious are you?

How often does Friday the 13th occur?
From https:

A few facts about how often it comes around, when the next one will be and why it has such bad juju.

Goose flying upside down was showing off to friends, say experts
From https:

The young bird was just demonstrating its moves.

Can insects predict the weather? How ant, flies and spiders change their behaviour based on the forecast
From https:

Will you need an umbrella? Just ask your friendly neighbourhood spider!

Shop bans customers from paying with cash stashed in bras during heatwave
From https:

'Due to increasing temperatures, and for our own personal safety, we will NOT be accepting any bra money.'

Mum gets note from neighbour saying amy kids donat want to see your ass outa
From https:

Alex Taylor was stunned to find the anonymous note in Chelmsford, Essex.

Escaped python abites manas genitalsa after hiding in his toilet
From https:

What a way to start the day...

Man fills claw machine with loo roll as Covid panic buying grips Australia
From https:

Arcade players can win a cuddly soft toy or some new toilet paper.

Thousands of pigeons vanish mid-race in aBermuda Triangle-style mysterya
From https:

Pigeon fanciers are racking their brains, with some suggesting solar storms or mini tornadoes could be to blame.

Postcard delivered to councillor with picture of his own face used as stamp
From https:

'Now, according to some arcane rule, James is now the ruling Monarch.'

ITV reporter shouts aIall f***ing bang you outa after man interrupts broadcast
From https:

Callum Watkinson asked the man if he had a job himself, then suggested it was likely to be at either McDonald's or Footlocker if so.

Donald Trumpas new doppelgA$?nger is singing ice cream man from Pakistan
From https:

He's unlikely to enter US politics anytime soon, but onlookers say heas born to perform.

How cannabis could save the planet in fight against climate change
From https:

Experts say there is athere is good reason to by hypeda about hemp's unlikely environmental potential.

Runaway giant tortoise found one mile from home after escaping garden
From https:

Titan was taken home in a police van.

Noahas Ark impounded in Ipswich for not having paperwork to say itas seaworthy
From https:

The Coastguard said they could not 'rely on the grace of God' to let the boat leave the port.
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You can get into every US national park for free this Saturday. Here's what you need to know.
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National parks that typically charge admission fees will be free to enter on Saturday for National Public Lands Day. Here's what you should know.

The stolen ancient tablet seized from Hobby Lobby is finally returning to its home in Iraq 30 years later
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An ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby containing part of the 'Epic of Gilgamesh' is returning to Iraq after being smuggled into the US decades ago.

Cracks found on the International Space Station are a 'fairly serious issue,' a former NASA astronaut says
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NASA says mysterious cracks on Russia's Zarya module are not currently a threat to astronauts. But there may be more, and they may spread.

The 50 best-selling albums of all time
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The Beatles, Garth Brooks, and Led Zeppelin appeared multiple times on the list, but didn't take the top spot.

Pamper yourself at these 10 hotel spas in the US, from Arizona's hot springs to New York's Finger Lakes
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We found the best hotels with spas in the US for self-care, from restorative treatments to guided meditation and holistic wellness.

Two Fed presidents should be fired for trading stocks while in office, advocacy groups say
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Since the Fed polices Wall Street banks, it needs to "lead by example" and fire the officials who traded on the job, one group said.

The Education Dept. stripped student-loan forgiveness from more than 4,500 teachers over minor paperwork errors
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Public servants like government and nonprofit workers bank on this debt forgiveness program, but thousands of teachers found out they don't qualify.

20 fast-growing, high-paying jobs where you only need an associate's degree
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Paralegals are projected to see job growth over the decade, pay above the median annual wage, and typically need an associate's degree for the job.

Volkswagen's truck unit says the chip crisis is so bad that it's stealing parts from completed trucks to finish other ones
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Traton is swiping components from finished trucks that haven't sold and installing them in unfinished ones, showing the chip crisis is far from over.

How much should you be paid? Compare 250,000 salaries from top companies with Insider's Salary Database
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Insider has compiled a list of more than a quarter-million salaries to show how much you should be paid.

The best smartwatches in 2021 for fitness, sleep tracking, and style
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The Apple Watch is our top pick. But Googleas Wear OS update could mean better choices for Android users are coming.

3 reasons why the stock market has not yet hit its peak in 2021, according to DataTrek
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"There's simply too large a gap between S&P earnings expectations and what Q2 actually delivered to get too bearish here," DataTrek said.

The labor shortage is actually 3 mismatches between workers and employers
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The Delta wave has kept the labor shortage going into the fall. There are three unresolved "mismatches" between what workers and companies want.

Instagram's TikTok-knockoff is swarming with reposted videos from the app it copied, helping Facebook capitalize on our short attention spans
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If eyeballs equal money, then the TikTok content that trickles down into Instagram helps the company and its TikTok copycat succeed.

Millennials make more money than any other generation did at their age, but are way less wealthy. The affordability crisis is to blame.
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Two recessions before the age of 40, student debt, and soaring cost of living kept millennials from building wealth, even though they're getting paid.

Here's how legendary short-seller Jim Chanos was positioned ahead of the Evergrande crisis as he warns it could be 'far worse' than Lehman Brothers collapse
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Chanos has bet against HSBC via his global short fund, citing the bank's exposure to Chinese loans.

Pediatricians debunk 13 myths about parenting teens
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Pediatrician Blair Hammond and child psychologist Aliza Pressman from the Mount Sinai Parenting Center debunk 13 myths about parenting teens.

FedEx tumbles to lowest in a year after cutting its yearly outlook as a labor shortage sends costs soaring
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First-quarter operating results were hurt by a $450 million increase in costs from a year earlier.

'Star Wars: Visions' puts an anime spin on the sci-fi franchise - all 9 episodes are now streaming on Disney Plus
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'Star Wars: Visions' is now available to all Disney Plus members. Here's how to watch the collection of anime short films.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is furious that employees won't stop leaking confidential information, according to leaked memo
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Tim Cook says Apple is "doing everything in our power" to identify staff who leak information, whom he says "do not belong here," the Verge reports.

Facebook overpaid the FTC by nearly $5 billion to 'protect Zuckerberg' and 'make his problems go away' after Cambridge Analytica scandal, shareholders claim
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Facebook hasn't escaped the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal as shareholders allege a $5 billion "quid pro quo" between the tech giant and the FTC.

Macy's wants to hire 76,000 workers before the holidays, nearing pre-pandemic levels of employment
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The company is hiring full-time and part-time employees at its big-box stores, Bloomingdale's, Bluemercury, and fulfillment centers.

US troops should 'only receive an honorable discharge' for refusing COVID vaccine, according to a GOP bill
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A group of GOP senators are pushing to ensure a similar amendment to a major defense bill makes it to President Biden's desk.

Freshworks jumps 31% in trading debut after pricing IPO at $36 per share
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The firm priced its initial public offering at $36 per share Tuesday evening, selling 28.5 million shares.

Biden's foreign policy chops haven't prevented him from making major missteps in front of the world
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Biden has so far struggled to deliver on his pledge to restore a sense of competency to the presidency, particularly when it comes to foreign affairs.

France's US ambassador set to return to DC after 5-day submarine deal protest
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French officials chastised the US for striking a nuclear submarine deal with Australia after France already agreed to sell the Aussies diesel models.

Workers say employers have been guilty of ghosting them for years
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A growing trend of workers quietly quitting has renewed attention on workplace norms that left job applicants and employees in the dark.

People who bought new homes probably won't see them finished any time soon due to a record builder backlog
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The number of new homes waiting to be built hit a record last month, as shortages further complicate the housing crisis.

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