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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Australia’

Malaysian Airlines: Chinese Satellite Spots Object

Another image of debris has been picked up by a Chinese satellite on Saturday, giving new hope for possible answers to the near three-week missing Malaysian flight MH370. The image is in close proximity to the other satellite images found by an Australian satellite earlier this week, in the remote stretch of the southern Indian Ocean, a vast expanse of …

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Baby Graves Found in Family Back Yard

According to AFP News, Australian police are digging up a family backyard, looking for what has been described as “multiple secret baby graves”. In what sounds like the makings of a scene from “True Detective”, police are looking for tiny burial spots after receiving a tip that the family had secretly borne multiple babies that had then disappeared. “I can …

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Kate Middleton and Prince William Hire A Super Nanny

Kate Middleton and Prince William were reportedly on a recent hunt to find a nanny to care for Prince George. A new report claims they’ve found one. The royal couple has reportedly hired a 30-something super nanny from Spain, and she is said to have ample experience working with “high flying families.” The new nanny has been hired just weeks …

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Google Adding Underwater Street View Imagery For Sydney

Not content to just photograph the world’s land for Street View, Google has been acquiring imagery from under the sea as well. Back in 2012, Google teamed up with The Catlin Seaview Survey to add underwater imagery from the world’s oceans. Last week, Google announced that it has new imagery from the partnership up, including from Isla Mujeres and Cancun. …

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Snake Eating Croc Actually Not Rare Occurrence

If people who don’t care for all things huge, creepy and dangerous needed yet another reason to steer clear of Australia, this would be it. Several bystanders at Lake Moondarra witnessed an enormous water python devouring a small crocodile in a shocking display of food chain action. Mother Tiffany Corlis was having breakfast near the lake on Sunday when some …

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Ten-Foot Snake Eats Crocodile Whole

Onlookers witnessed a frightening scene in Australia on Monday, as a ten-foot snake, believed to be a python, won a lengthy battle with a crocodile. The episode took place at Lake Moondarra and was captured on camera by local residents. The snake can be seen fighting with the crocodile, and then later moving him to the land and swallowing him …

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Missing Mango Mystery Revealed in Australia

Everything is bigger in Australia. On Sunday night in Bowen, a town on the eastern coast of Queensland, a mango went missing. But not just any mango. A seven ton, 33-foot tall, 26-foot wide mango. The Big Mango has been a tourist attraction in Bowen for 12 years in Bowen, which calls itself the mango capital of Australia. The “Kensington …

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Dolly Parton’s Australian Tour Starts Strong

A countless number of hits, great guitar playing and wonderful comedic banter. It’s all of those things that make country legend Dolly Parton such a great performer, and it’s also what’s causing her to be a big hit in Australia as she tours. According to reports, Parton wowed the Melbourne crowd on Tuesday, as she began her Australian Blue Smoke …

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Stanislas Wawrinka Wins His First Grand Slam

Swiss tennis player Stanislas Wawrinka nabbed his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open on Sunday. In an interview with CNN, the 28-year old Wawrinka seemed thrilled and maybe even a little surprised. “I never dreamed about that, never expected to be in that situation and that’s just crazy … You don’t really know what’s happening, I started to …

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Snoop Dogg’s Smoking Causes Fire Department To Come

Now it’s no surprise that rapper Snoop Dogg has a passion for smoking the green stuff. In fact, he’s built a whole career around it, so perhaps it’s not shocking to hear that he was caught lighting up in his Australian hotel room. But what might be surprising is that Snoop was puffing away so much, the hotel staff believed …

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Victoria Azarenka Wins First Round of Australian Open

Victoria Azarenka is off to a good start in her quest to defend her consecutive Australian Open singles titles (2012 and 2013.) Azarenka battled long and hard in the dangerous Melbourne heat on Tuesday to advance to the second round. The second-seeded Belarusian tennis player was up against Sweden’s Johanna Larsson. Larsson put up an admirable fight in the first …

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Cockroach in Ear: One Man’s Disgusting Story

Just like rats, cockroaches are some of the most resilient little creatures on earth, and why? Because they can survive under the most horrid conditions and can live off just about anything. Apparently, one was trying to find something to eat outside of the cupboard, because a roach was found in a man’s ear, which caused him to rush to …

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