Flamingo spotted 17 years after fleeing zoo

An escaped flamingo has been spotted 17 years after it flew away from the Kansas zoo. The flamingo, nicknamed Pink Floyd, was spotted at Rhodes Point, a cape in eastern Calhoun County, Texas. It went on a strip of land in Cox Bay on the Cape, near Port Lavaca. Pink Floyd and another flamingo fled their enclosures after a storm hit their zoo in June 2005.

“Magnetic Turd” could be used on humans

Scientists have created a “magnetic turd” that could be used in the human digestive system, according to New Scientist. Controlled by magnets, the slime could be used inside the body to perform tasks such as retrieving accidentally swallowed items. Professor Li Zhang from the Chinese University of Hong Kong said, “The ultimate goal is to use it like a robot.”

Activist sticks to radio microphone

A climate activist has his hand taped to a microphone during a radio interview about protests at oil terminals. Nathan McGovern, 22, told LBC presenter Tom Swarbrick he was taking the action because the broadcaster was not using its “massive platform” to warn its listeners about the climate crisis. “Every new oil and gas facility tightens the noose around the necks of our young people,” he said. Flamingo spotted 17 years after fleeing zoo

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