Sunday brings with it the most exciting of my weekend features, the chance to witness history in the making, it’s Stereo-graphic Sunday! Red and cyan 3D glasses at the ready folks, because not only did I post the first 3D photograph of a mermaid (the CFZ’s feegee mermaid crafted by the talented Mr Friswell) but this week it’s another 3D first, a pilot whale skull.
You’ll notice that the skull is also upside down. The reason for this is because many people have seen upside down whale skulls and assumed they belonged to hitherto unknown sea monsters. Most recently a physics professor, who should have known better, sent off a press release about his discovery of a sea monster skull on display in a Mexican museum.
And now, the news:
Monster snake slithering in Rumford canal
Brazil's huge wetland under threat
'Bee sting honey' for arthritis
All creatures great and small
Cat appears on Question Time
Honeybee mobs overpower hornets
Kleptomaniacs of the skies
No safe haven for rarest antelope
How do you make an antelope?
Tell her that her father intends to stop the wedding.