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Alligators Seen Poking Noses Through Icy Waters
Alligators Seen Poking Noses Through Icy WatersAlligators at Shallotte River Swamp Park in North Carolina have been poking their nostrils above the surface of icy waters. The odd scene was a matter of survival for the gators. When they get cold, gators enter a period of dormancy known as brumation.read more
Source: Wochit News on MSN.com
Published on Sun, 14 Jan 2018 19:48:27 GMT
9 Cool Things UTM's Been Working On Right Under Our Noses
9 Cool Things UTM's Been Working On Right Under Our NosesUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) has made headlines for various reasons—good and bad—over the years. Nevertheless, this research university has been featured in many a “top universities list”, both nationally and internationally. As it so ...read more
Source: Vulcan Post
Published on Mon, 15 Jan 2018 23:59:00 GMT
Alligators in North Carolina poke their noses through ice to survive freezing temperatures
Alligators in North Carolina poke their noses through ice to survive freezing temperaturesAlligators living at the Shallotte River Swamp Park in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, have adapted to the state's unusual weather by poking their noses through the ice to survive. "It's a survival mechanism," said George Howard, the general manager of ...read more
Source: ABC News
Published on Tue, 09 Jan 2018 08:52:00 GMT
New in brew: 4 Noses Brewing Co.
New in brew: 4 Noses Brewing Co.Goodbye 2017. Long live 2018 and all the brew it’s bound to bring. Especially the ones from 4 Noses Brewing Company — so named after the Bibliowiczs, the beer-loving family members who run the joint — and their Ad Hoc Series. Here, taproom release ...read more
Source: Boulder Weekly
Published on Thu, 11 Jan 2018 08:41:00 GMT
Alligators poke noses through ice to survive the chill of winter
Alligators poke noses through ice to survive the chill of winterWell, here's something you truly don't see every day ... alligators living in ice! The gators at Shallotte River Swamp Park can be seen poking their noses through a sheet of ice while they're in a state of brumation, which is sort of like hibernation.read more
Source: KTRK-TV
Published on Tue, 09 Jan 2018 04:11:00 GMT
Adorable twin pandas and their mother play-fight and rub noses as they enjoy the snow at Vienna zoo
Adorable twin pandas and their mother play-fight and rub noses as they enjoy the snow at Vienna zooThis heartwarming footage shows two cute panda cub twins and their mother enjoying fresh snowfall at the world's oldest zoo. Fu Feng and Fu Ban, the most popular animals at Schönbrunn Zoo in Vienna, are shown enjoying the cold weather in the cute video.read more
Source: Daily Mail
Published on Mon, 15 Jan 2018 07:46:00 GMT
Munster keep their noses in front despite Racing’s slim victory
Munster keep their noses in front despite Racing’s slim victoryA surreal setting for a slightly surreal game. Munster had more than enough of it, and certainly more than enough chances, but while it could most certainly have been better, it could have been worse too. With each team on three tries and Racing 31-30 ...read more
Source: The Irish Times
Published on Tue, 16 Jan 2018 06:09:00 GMT
WA police left high and dry as cannabis plants stolen from under their noses
WA police left high and dry as cannabis plants stolen from under their nosesWA Police have been left red-faced after a thief stole nearly 100 cannabis plants from under their noses in Perth's southern suburbs. Police attended a semi-rural home in Anketell after they were tipped off about an alleged cannabis cultivation project on ...read more
Source: WA today
Published on Tue, 16 Jan 2018 04:30:00 GMT
Watch: Gators stick their noses through ice to survive cold
Watch: Gators stick their noses through ice to survive coldWilmington, N.C. (CNN/Meredith) – Hacking away the ice, George Howard isn't trying to free these gators at the Shallotte River Swamp Park, "it's interesting to see them poke their noses up and are able to breathe and be perfectly fine so they're doing ...read more
Source: KCTV5 News
Published on Tue, 09 Jan 2018 15:31:00 GMT
IS cells operate in Kabul under noses of Afghan and US forces
IS cells operate in Kabul under noses of Afghan and US forcesKabul (AFP) - Middle-class Afghans turned jihadists have assisted the Islamic State group's expansion from its stronghold in Afghanistan's restive east to Kabul, analysts say, helping to make the capital one of the deadliest places in the country.read more
Source: Yahoo News
Published on Wed, 10 Jan 2018 00:17:00 GMT