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Man Aims to Build 'Kudzilla,' a Monster Made of Kudzu Vines

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November 8, 2013
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A man is holding a Kickstarter campaign to create what he's calling 'Kudzilla,' a lizard-shaped structure covered entirely in Kudzu, the weed known for over-growing buildings and homes in the south. Jen Markham explains.


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Crane Project Brings Compromise to Israeli Bird Debate

Crane Project Brings Compromise to Israeli Bird Debate

Reuters (Mar. 17, 2013) — Farmers and environmentalists in Israel have united to create a man-made ecosystem designed to protect migrating cranes and the farm crops they like to eat. Called the Crane Project, it's an idea that aims to satisfy both sides of an environmental debate while also attracting eco-tourists to the Hula Valley wetland where the iconic birds gather.
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Giant Oarfish Beachings Raise Earthquake Myth Speculation

Giant Oarfish Beachings Raise Earthquake Myth Speculation

Buzz60 (Oct. 23, 2013) — Two monster oarfish have recently washed up on a beach in California, and now some scientists are speculating that an ancient myth about the giant fish predictingearthquakes could be true. As Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports, the centuries-old Japanese myth is being debunked by other scientists.
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Halibut Weighing More Than a Gorilla Caught in Norway

Halibut Weighing More Than a Gorilla Caught in Norway

Buzz60 (Aug. 16, 2013) — An angler has broken the world record for largest Atlantic halibut caught, by reeling in a 513-pound halibut off the coast of Norway. Angelreisen Hamburg touring company (www.angelreisen.de) organized the fishing trip to Kjollefjord, Norway, where the monster was caught. Patrick Jones has the story.
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Monster Record-Breaking Alligators Caught on Same Day

Monster Record-Breaking Alligators Caught on Same Day

Buzz60 (Sep. 3, 2013) — A 723-pound alligator that was caught in Mississippi held the state record for the heaviest alligator ever killed in the state for about an hour. As Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) reports, another monster gator was caught that same day, breaking the earlier record by about 4 pounds.
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