Not sprouts! I hate sprouts.
- Jul 30, 2005
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OMG! It doesn't even look like it had been sitting there very long.This is what it looks like when squirrels carefully lay down an insulating bed of grass and store a windfall of over 200 walnuts ...
View attachment 20488THE STORY: https://www.apnews.com/1692378a3454424cb34ffbba0be570cc
... in your engine bay!
There's a bit of that, yes. Also, the manufacturer is trying to recoup its R & D quickly - a bit like the pharmaceutical industry....And if you want a general conception of how eye-wateringly expensive this setup is, the helmets for the pilots of the two planes in shot cost a total of £600,000. ...
When you consider the truly mind blowing electronics you can buy for very little money these days, it makes one wonder why these helmets cost so much.
Surely can't be anything to do with the military procurement system ?
Yes but how much did it cost to breed those giant cats?The new British aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth with a contingent F-35 Lightning jets on board being escorted by HMS Dragon (D35), a Type 45 Destroyer.
I confess that the geek in me got quite excited by the fact that the Royal Navy has truly world-class hardware once again, but that was nothing compared to my glee at this latest image.
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And if you want a general conception of how eye-wateringly expensive this setup is, the helmets for the pilots of the two planes in shot cost a total of £600,000.
FULL STORY: https://www.livescience.com/elephant-crushed-crocodile.htmlDead Elephant Found Lying on Top of a Squashed Crocodile. What Happened?
A recent confrontation between an elephant and a crocodile ended in a surprising twist that left both combatants dead, with the crocodile flattened underneath the fallen pachyderm.
A photo that was captured in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park by a guide with Kafunta Safaris showed the grim and surprising scene: A dead elephant lay on top of an equally dead crocodile, the reptile's long tail extending beyond the elephant's splayed hind legs. Other photos of the gruesome scene show dozens of vultures and other scavengers crowding around the carcasses.
The safari company shared images of the remains on Facebook, calling the death poses "extremely strange." But what may have led to this highly unusual tableau? ...