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"florida museum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Goes down again. As negotiations with White House continue Bloomberg's earth, Chapman has the latest from Washington. A deal has to be made sooner or later, Isaac Boltanski, a Compass point research, said in a Bloomberg interview. There will be a deal. There are big hurdles that they've got to clear. Number one the unemployment insurance and number two state local funding. When push comes to sell commoners will spend when it needs as much money as we throw at this problem. It is still first and foremost a health crisis, Boltanski said. Bad economic numbers at the end of this week might be what kick starts. The negotiations in Washington of Chapman Bloomberg Radio of Negotiations continue to go nowhere. Sources tell Bloomberg the White House is looking into whether President Trump connect on his own, so it's unclear What he could do without Congress. Meantime, the president is leveling some rare criticism and his Corona virus response coordinator Doctor Dever Berg's after cheese, she told CNN's state of the union. The pandemic has entered a new phase. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread its into the rural as equal urban areas. On Twitter. The president accused Dr Burkes of taking the bait. After House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told ABC is this week she lost confidence in her Navy Seals plan to investigate a video showing a man in a Colin Kaepernick jersey being attacked by dogs during a demonstration outside of Florida Museum ABC News reports. That video was posted on Instagram in January that went viral this past weekend. Global news, 24 hours.
"florida museum" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In Florida have rediscovered an ultra rare metallic blue beat that hadn't been spotted in years so long that experts warn shorts still existed a researcher at the Florida museum of national history chase Kimmel found a blue collar meant to be on March ninth according to releases from the museum since then more of the elusive bees have been spotted but efforts to research the insects have been curtailed by the corona virus pandemic the museum road it's the first time wanted been spotted since two thousand sixteen the blue Chalamet the a B. or US media Kelemen day has an usual facial hairs that are used to collect pollen it's a unique insect for a number of reasons that collects pollen on its face relies on a threatened flowering plant and is found primarily on lake Wales ridge a central habitat in Florida the two thousand nineteen Florida state wildlife action plan lists the B. as a species of greatest conservation need for USA radio news I'm John hunt according to a new Gallup poll Republicans satisfaction about the country's direction are at their lowest level since two thousand seventeen only forty eight percent of Republican respondents said that in may they were satisfied with the direction of the country which is down from eighty percent in February after the Senate acquitted president trump in its impeachment trial the poll does not provide reasons why respondents were not satisfied for USA radio news I'm Tim Berg airlines reduce their prices even more thirty days in advance and save the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost airlines travel online right now for prices so low we can publish them anyway the only way to access our low rates and.
"florida museum" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"What is that you're doing to be cloudy played beaver because rabies on here this afternoon the Christian music this is Chris ruby theme music a radiologist is before we get into place now I like the headline and you don't I did you know I did with this Raby I just tweeted it out yes he loves it when I say that got a Florida lizards with that yeah Florida lizard sets depressing record for constipation in a living animal researchers at the university of Florida and the Florida museum found a record setting lizard in cocoa beach the northern curly tailed lizard Chris's been feeding near a grease bin at a pizza restaurant muffles of insects and Anil and greasy sand congealed into an on passable glob of poop nearly eighty percent of the animals total body mass Chris this is the largest and I dare you to challenge me on this the largest known feces to body mass ratio recorded in a living animal sounds like quarantine life for that you should see this the looks like an a is like a tiny lizard full poop in looks like an alligator basically saying use charts at a pizza shop and just eating greasy bugs yeah that's what happens in a pandemic shot I've got a guy exactly that's life all right let's play Blake's now can we do this year this guy won the Cy Young Award he's a picture right now for the chapter is will there be major league baseball this year and we take a pay cut I'm not yeah I understand so because you are going to probably play for the love of the game man what's wrong with you bro money should not be a thing bro I'm risking my life.
"florida museum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our black box our yes in a black box is it's a thing that's left the box that was something goes in you can see what that is comes out which is different you can see that but you do not know what's going on in the middle it's a mystery I love it is there a shall we go inside and our next and final black box comes from our producers Molly Webster and it begins into the butterfly rainforest so that you can see the butterflies that the flying in fact so a few days ago I was in Gainesville Florida at the Florida museum of natural history where they have rainforests it's what about three stories tall things like a top that's all wrapped in a net and then it was covered in butterflies oh my gosh there's so many thousands so the secular going is the bottom line that's Andre circle I thought of looking at butterflies when I was six years old and I have never grew up he was my guide here under the sleeve you can see all of the people one wing is like the size of my home so there were red ones left in the yellow one blue one zebra stripes one is that is that a monarch yeah helpful step on this but the flight was like good doctors to see in land of butterflies but I was there to look at the moment right before they become butterflies which remains one of the most mysterious black boxes in nature what I'm talking about is something called the chrysalis the chrysalis just back up here at a certain point in all caterpillars lives after they've eaten a lot of leaves they had a certain weight that this call have been bad gene as their final wait some hormones start pumping some genetics turned on and it starts growing a little shell that's the chrysalis and inside that chrysalis as we know a caterpillar becomes a butterfly and moth and.
"florida museum" Discussed on Outside/In
"Like like I just felt like I wanted to point out this this fact that that I feel like it's very rarely pointed pointed out in stories about sharks and Cape Cod which that if you look so there's this thing the international shark attack file keeps track of every confirmed unprovoked shark attack unprovoked provoked shark attacks. Is there a such thing as a provoked shark attack. A provoke shark attack would be for instance. If you were to catch a shark bring it into your fishing boat and then it bit you wow yeah okay so they distinguish right right and over the last twenty years on the whole whole east coast there have been three bites three people have been bitten by a great white shark and one of those fatal and on the West Coast and that same period over the past twenty in years. They've been thirty four and four of those were fatal and is just like why is this new story. Every time someone sees a shark on Cape Cod God I called up the Shark attack file and I talked to tyler bowling who manages the data set. S- town he's down at the Florida Museum of Natural History Story on the West Coast. It seems like there's greater risk but but there isn't this outcry an east coaster is and and like them being. He just being used to it. I guess I'd like I guess that's true. I think it's just I there's more of a surfing culture over there so they're exposed to it more and if you talk to these surfers offers the majority of the time they're like yeah. We see them all the time. We know they're there. We know the risk. It's I'm still going out and then you talk to. These guys get bit. They're like yeah it'd be out soon as Mao the cast they just accept the risk and they're more aware of it and I think that it seems like the Cape Cod area and it's just I don't WanNa the word ignorant but they were just sort of blissfully unaware and suddenly the sharks were kind of more prevalent and it was a little scary.
24-Year Shark Attack Mystery Solved by Tooth Pulled From Surfer's Foot
"A Florida man bitten by a shark twenty five years ago now knows what kind of shark it was thanks to a piece of the shark's tooth that was recently removed from his foot and with the help of a DNA test to boot to discuss how the mystery was solved we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Gavin Naylor director of the Florida program for shark research at the Florida museum of natural history thank you for joining us this morning first of all how unusual is it that that piece of shark tooth would work its way out of a guy's foot or leg people think it's very unusual but I think it's probably more common than you might anticipate them if you look at any one individual they might get a splinter in that port and then comment that one thing has been to that emerged after several years but it seems like a rather of entering into an individual but across the population these kinds of things that probably more common than you might think and this story has so many fascinating aspects of first of all this piece of shark tooth comes out of the fellas four years later he stumbles across the research that you're involved in this if shark DNA analysis and decides well instead of making a pendant for myself which any normal person would do the shark tooth that came out of their cars he he gets a hold of you guys yeah Jeff is a very curious guy outdoorsman you can edit stuff for a magazine that focuses on outdoor sports he is a keen surfer he became persimmon they really like the natural world but he was that predisposes to want to know exactly what the big name several years previous so what did you find so what what what we got a little shot a few pictures hi Amy and but we have to get rid of any contaminants good people that handle but two Senate couple of guest DNA we had a bleach yet to get rid of the superficial DNA and then we dug down with a scalpel or sterile felt helpful into the two in the hope we might find some residual of the fifty nine and then post book in the lab lay Yang but the work from the paper actually was successful and he sent it to me and I believe that needs a bullet keep looking and we rolled out that it with contamination and that so we have left with the conclusion that it actually is a shock the end and it turns out that if the blacktip shock which happens to be one of the most common one in the area where Jeff had being stuffing twenty four years previously so the data look compelling and are black tipped sharks known to be biting problem in that area of Florida that's a great question we don't really care that much about them because they for the fly under the radar that hundred to separate animals of a target bait fish but they do actually we think like a lot of people make that no for talent the recorder from them because they basically bike in relief but people get you know if you stick is often from them and we think that they are responsible for many more by then we will have a two bolt this particular story is very interesting but doing it does it give you a broader perspective on something how does it advance your science that's a great question so we've been able to get DNA from old samples we work in a museum we can get you in I could bump with the two hundred three hundred years old some people are even able to get DNA with the banking DNA methods from samples that are several hundred thousand years old like Dennis open I think about it from a from a human but what we thought would particularly we at is that this is a piece of material that being inside somebody's body with their immune system is trying to pocket it and get rid of it and and so we would have thought that any foreign DNA would have been completely removed by Jeff body so that's what was quite strange so it opens up opportunities for more current the hi hat where DNA might actually put this then in open it then the longer than we'd have to go yeah that's a fascinating aspect unto itself and then on the other side of this this whole question of shark identity I was surprised to learn how few shark bite cases our lead to an actual identification of who done it absolutely that's something the general public on the weather up probably about sixty eight percent of all by go on the sign good one somebody get bitten you know the last thing that thinking about is going to show what that they want to get out of the water and they and then of the night what has been well alright it was faster right so it's quite hard for us to ID them and stuff this provides a new tool that we hope we can use that to up a little down some of the ones which had previously been
"florida museum" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"See. So often a mobile home park was just completely shredded after the twister hit. Hit land. And they got a small population. There have about nineteen thousand people's is something to think about, as you spend time with your loved ones. Another story 'cause I always say America tonight, or this show, certainly is about what's popping across the country. There is conversation about sharks in fatal attacks. And we know that when we see shark week always the question is has there been any fatal attacks where sharks prevalent in the relationship between man and shark will California man died on Saturday in Hawaii's first fatal shark attacks in twenty fifteen sixty five year old swimming about sixty yards from the shore of Ana poly beach park, a place that I've talked about and actually broadcast from a hotel, not far from there, Maui. This is where this happened, when the shark attacked, and they say that the rescuers desperately tried to do what they could pull. Him. He's unconscious to shore. They saw some blood on his stomach, and then on the wrist and the skin, they could see that the skin on his wrist was just completely torn off and his entire leg from his knee down was was missing his a horrific sad sad attack. They haven't released his name, yet and never talked about this species. It hasn't been confirmed the last fatal attack. Like I said, was in twenty fifteen I remember this one while to is normal snorkeller rather off of Maui, and there have been a few other shark incidents. Tiger shark. Injuring a surfer and a couple of other things, you know, but in twenty eighteen because typically there is a place that keeps these districts, the Florida museum of natural history's international shark attack file. They said they were sixty six unprovoked shark attacks that were confirmed. But I'm regardless of those statistics and the statistics are crazy. I mean, people have a one in three point seven million chance of dying from shark attack in their lifetime. According to this museum in Florida compared to a one in eighty four chance of being involved in a fatal car accident. But boy, sad, when it happens certainly, said for this, California man, who they found and dragged to. Drag to shore. That's, that's unfortunately, what happens sometimes in seems like now as the place because perhaps, of where sharks are where they're circulating through, and we don't know the species of shark yet, but I think that maybe plays perhaps a part in the movie reviews, and this is a big weekend for movies on the lighter side. And of course, there was just a wrap of game of thrones, which was had incredible amount of people streaming game of thrones HBO of massive it. But Aladdin has been a big hit at the box office. I don't think this is surprised. This is a Disney remake two hundred seven point one million globally, but they say it's crushing at the box office. And of course, there are other movies that are out there. The team comedy book smart than there is the. The superhero horror movie mash, up bright berms another one. But how 'bout a Aladdin did much better than expected? I'm not surprised by this again. We reviewed it because you think of families young kids grandkids and the lure of Aladdin. And of course, the Ladan one of the stars Will Smith on AMA Scott's also part of this, and you've got the music the story of that nineteen ninety two animated film. So it's a remake of that film, and that story that is so popular incredibly popular getting gray for most people who are going to see so sit back, relax here on this Memorial Day. Some of the best interviews.
"florida museum" Discussed on WLAC
"News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. The thirty five day partial government shutdown cost to US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office the CPO reports as economic growth in the last quarter of twenty eighteen was down one tenth of a percent. It's expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year. Furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says day, Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debts is a reckless example, not only of Republicans, but Democrats as well and the former Starbucks CEO's getting lot of reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking of running for. President as an independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate in Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected. President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job today expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work on a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the police from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's Garrett fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about half were in US water for the bites.
"florida museum" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. Mid thirty five day partial government, shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office the CPO reports as economic growth in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen was down one tenth of a percent. It's expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year. Furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debt is a reckless example, not only Republicans, but Democrats well and the former Starbucks CEO is getting a lotta reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking of running for president as an. An independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate. William Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected, President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job that expect expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work out a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the pleas from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's guarantee any fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about half were in US water for the bites fatal.
"florida museum" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Getting bigger. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. And who assessment just out also predicts the economy will get weaker. Fox's Jared Halpern live at the capital. The thirty five day partial government, shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars that won't recover. That's according to new estimates from the Congressional Budget Office. The CPO reports says economic growth in the last quarter of two thousand eighteen was down. One tenth of a percent expected to be down two tenths of a percent. The first quarter of this year furloughed federal workers, not contributing as much to economic activity and delays in federal spending on goods and services are the main reasons of dampened economic growth, the CBO says Jared Howard Schultz says America's nearly twenty two trillion dollars in debts is a reckless example, not only of Republicans, but Democrats as well and the former Starbucks CEO is getting a lotta reaction for telling CBS, sixty minutes. I am seriously thinking. Of running for president as an independent. Some Democrats are telling Scholtz don't presidential candidate. Julio Castro said on CNN, essentially, it would provide Donald Trump with with his best hope of getting reelected. President Trump tweeted Howard Schultz doesn't have the guts to Ron furloughed federal workers are back on the job today expecting to get back pay this week. But it's possible. The government could shut down again next month, if congress can't work on a compromise on border wall funding, President Trump thinks the chance of that's less than fifty fifty. If no deal is reached though, the president is suggesting he will move ahead with a plan to declare a national emergency in order to build his wall. Despite the pleas from lawmakers in both parties to not go forward with that path. And of course, the court challenges that would almost immediately be filed. Fox's guarantee any fewer sharks went on the attack last year. Florida museum natural history. Researcher says there were sixty six shark attacks last year down from eighty six in two thousand seventeen about halfway in US water for the bites were fatal on Wall Street. The Dow's.
"florida museum" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"This next laser story is out of south Florida. Sixty four year old George Franson has earned a brand new Guinness world record. And he's making his family proud, George officially has the largest collection of fossilized dinosaur poop in the world. Now that is something to put on your dating profile, George. Yes, it is his collection of one thousand two hundred seventy seven pieces feature samples from fifteen states and eight other countries, the largest piece of Dino poo that he has weighs four pounds and three point five ounces. He's nicknamed it precious. The collection was documented at the south Florida museum. And each piece was inspected to insurance authentically before he was given the record cure says he's proud of what he's accomplished, but added that if anybody was looking to rival his massive collection of dinosaur poop someday that he has some advice. He says quote, half passion. Lots of passion for whatever you're doing minus fossilized dinosaur feces. Whatever your passion, you should follow it. Yeah. That is that is inspirational you like collecting dinosaur. Poop be the best GD dinosaur. Poop collector out there. Next laser stories out of Fort Worth Texas, a bunch of people got pulled over for minor traffic violations yesterday like not wearing a seatbelt and not using their turn signal. But instead of giving them tickets the cops ended out thanksgiving turkeys. Pretty sweet. Unless you pull over to vegetarian. One of the cops told the local news. It was a small way of reminding people that cops are looking out for them a thirty eight year old named Ray ended up with a Turkey after speeding and said, it was pretty inspiring. Especially how much hate there is around the country right now, he also added that he planned to come back tomorrow in the same area. Saving get another one. Getting greedy. Jackie grading this. I'm gonna roll through a stop sign today. Run a few red lights a little road rage. This next laser story is out of the great big world of science, very great big world. A group of scientists spent the last ten months researching one very important question. What temperature is actually sweater weather?.
"florida museum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of migrating to the caribbean after reading cleveland wondered overflow had on big pie he right we're doing you're talking about how you didn't migrated yet and if we're here khawaga after the storm control from the data out out cuban another worded oregon to cuba right in the right in front of where storm uh was feted and that burtt also shut tight so that's what we've seen in the past with others do things and that's what we see would be and more than it really just the birther supremely well adapted to deal with these natural extreme event that preliminary resilient but hero just like to remind everybody that but births were setting along no curry and a shortterm hawks birth that we've kirk american coaster wolpert server looking at right now and we wish you a hurricane they're all considered imperilled if not formally lifted as endangered so they can handle something like hurricane erma and come out right where the shorted in the same clothes come out alive and yet they're declining because of things that we are doing in the longer trip for habitat committed with adjudication tudor who forces i think that sort of use westland proof that if we give these purge that most traffic of the computer by they can reproduce swelled they can maintain their popular we should put the things that we are doing they're so insidious because the craft will be to hear that exciting change rapidly but exciting bad period tricky hewitt a hurricane mmhmm and i think that's dangerous that's not good to here uh we we also spoke with dr jerry daniels of the florida museum of natural history and by what happened to the species of butterflies that he studies were primarily worried about the impact of storm surge because either lo long island killing a only a few feet above sea level and it all third depends on the extent of the damage in wildlife date these butterflies were in when our my head in indicate the shelf of walikale they were in your pupil form and they are anchored with fill up to the vegetation award they've you pay low within the limestone credit those but we feel that butterfly probably survived dermot in a much better situation the miami blue as a butterfly.
"florida museum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hey objetivo rod i'm robert crow which this is radio labin today today we are doing our black box hour yeah when a black box is a it's a thing with a 'toolbox that was something goes in you can see what that is something comes out which different you can see that but you do not know which going on in the middle it's a mystery i love it is there a shall we go inside and our next and final blackbox comes from our producers smiley webster and it begins into the butterfly rain forest so you can see the butterflies the thought flying so a few days ago i was in gainesville florida at the florida museum of natural history where they have a rain forest it's what about three stories tall thinks i've got a top that's all wrapped in a net and then it was covered in butterflies oh my gosh there's so many fouls thousands so this a hillock monya's above apply that andrei surkov i've thought of looking a mother of lies when i was six years old on i have maverick grew up he was my guy here on the list leave conceive and all of the loan one wing is like the size of my palm said there were red ones like him yellow one blue lines zebra thrive wong is that is that amman rpf without bumped up on the eve of life was like that dr susan land of butterfly effect but i was there to look at the moment right before they become better feice which remains one of the most mysterious black boxes it nature what i'm talking about is something called decreases the chrysalis vista backup at a certain point in all caterpillars lives after they've eaten alana leaves the hit a certain weight that is called urban there gene as their final way some hormone start pumping some genetics turned on an and it starts growing a little shell that's the crysalised and inside that chris lewis as we now a catholic beulah becomes a butterfly mall.
"florida museum" Discussed on BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You
"Immigration lawyers are complaining about not being allowed to have laptops in court that means they can't look up legal cases email experts or do other things that might help keep their clients from being deported according to the american immigration lawyers association ninety percent of its members have reported having cases negatively impacted by a lack of internet access which i mean same but it's a slightly different story for the government liars they get to use their laptops all they want an immigration lawyers say that's pretty unfair that's unlikely to change each time soon though thanks to attorney general jeff sessions who controls the course and his antiimmigration stances meanwhile in florida we all lost a friend this week snooty is a beloved manatee who lived at the south florida museum snooty died on sunday just days after his sixty nine th birthday heiss it's not actually nice carr's as nudie was a hometown hero of beloved icon but in some slightly better news that comes out of that there is now a petition circulating that thousands of signed calling for a statue of snooty to replace a confederate memorial statue in the town oh while we all know that many of these are wonderful they're like kind gentle seoul's there the hustle puffs of the ocean and they're fighting racism even from the great beyond bless them thank you snooty are aquatic ally for more on the latest stories download the busby news app.
"florida museum" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Washington county detention center pending an arraignment hearing today now what do you suppose gene is the reason every once in a while you hear one of these stories about some guy who wants to be arrested intentionally what do you suppose it is sometimes it's because they they they need surgery done and of course if you were in jail than you get free healthcare sometimes it's like some guy who just his wife is driving them crazy and so he just wants to you know you want some time away from the old lady what do you suppose sometimes it's like a homeless guy just wants i you know of a hot meal and a bed yeah it's strange but i you know sometimes i think they they want to be in as opposed to being out right it's gonna be one on oh yeah he's either homeless or he's trying to get away from his wife or you know he's just in it for the healthcare has to be one of those things i mean if if not as just crazy why would just sit there and wait for the cops to arrive just were arrest you all right now we're down to brayden florida and some very sad news i know oftentimes i end my five things with some silly ridiculous story from florida this one is actually very sad and i pulled it from the brayden herald a day after celebrating his sixty nine th birthday snooty snooty is the oldest living manatee in captivity has died that's according to the south florida museum the museum which housed snooty at its parker aquarium announced the news yesterday on sunday saying the vanity died as a result of an apparent accident a spokesman said a plumbing hatch at the bottom of snooty tank somehow god open snooty who weighed about 1300 pounds made his way into the area but was unable to then free himself before he died snooty turns sixty nine years old on friday the museum had just honored him with his annual birthday party on saturday now that's really said jiang said news for snooty your snooty how old amenities live anyway sixty nine years old so you can look that up lifespan of a uh of a manatee i mean i imagine they probably lived to pretty old age you know i.
"florida museum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And crews are having a tough time gaining control while also battling tripledigit temperatures and it's not just in california high temperatures and low humidity are fuelling wildfires across montana as we hear from media colleges karen magnus mcguinness one of the largest blazes has caused the governor montana to issue of fire emergency across the state low humidity hot temperatures that had prevailed for quite some time and in exceptional drought across this region and they had in excess of two hundred twenty six six thousand acres that have burned there about ninety one thousand hectares here on the east coast it's a weather threat of a different kind officials in queen ann's county maryland are trying to determine if it was a tornado or other high wind incident that caused all sorts of damage emergency management director scott haas base it is word the most significant damages fire department law enforcement niem as were currently gritting the area to start doing the search checking residents in that area haas says the storm knocked down power lines and left about eight thousand residents without electricity on the racing oval speed was a relative term during the brickyard 400 in indianapolis three red flags nineteen wrecked cars and over six hours after it started casey cain locked in his spotted them mass car monster cup series playoffs with a win in the brickyard four hundred eighty annapolis found believable to win and indianapolis unbelievable order to win a cup race it's been awhile and it feels really good for myself and my confidence in and i know it's great for our team we need is a team cain outran the charging brag kazlauskiene ryan newman to get his first win in one hundred and two attempts will clark for cbs news indian appolos in florida the oldest living manatee in captivity has died more from cbs's steve dorsey the south florida museum as said goodbye to snooty the melody he di just a day after celebrating his sixty nine th birthday the museum posted on facebook at snooty died in a heartbreaking accident but didn't explain what happened only that it's being investigated the one thousand pound manner the had been in good health snooty was born in captivity and had never lived in the wild steve dorsey cbs news and talk about a tough crowd.
"florida museum" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Update in less than three minutes dato nine don wsb temperature 75 when account is commission will take a little more time to decide whether the county's police department will be spotlighted onapam buehler cable tv show cheaper chair says the and he showed the first 48 was impressed with as homicide clearance rate of this year's 100 percent less several years it's been 88 plus percent usually 90s that commission chair charlotte nash says some commissioners raise concerns ever previous tv show appearances and asked for a twoweek delay on the decision i really want to look at an episode or to a couple conditions ahead had done that an the had some questions about it from would at police headquarters sandra parrish wsb he's worked with the endeavour lacey peace since he was just eight years old now after thirty years france's johnson announces he is resigning as the georgia state president joe johnson and attorney and the pastor gained a claim for bringing teeth to the group's legal battles over voting rights he's been mentioned dallas a potential challenger to congressman rick allan in the 2018 midterms of american tourists to all inclusive mexican resort some cancun cousin mellon playa del carmen believe they were given tainted alcohol just returning couple in houston says evade heard the rumors well we got it knows cautious will drive which via some travellers say they had to be hospitalized in there's been at least one report of a sexual assault the south florida museum says goodbye to snooty the manatee who died one day after a party celebrating his sixty nine th birthday museum says on facebook it was a heartbreaking accident but didn't give details had been in good health the one thousand and manatee was born in captivity and never lived in the wild wsb news time eight eleven at lebanon's after a time for weather and traffic update the begins wsb meteorologist kirk mellish and the chance that both as being the betheleham while on yellows like we're going to stay.
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