Seal pictured with spotted eel stuck in its snout – Newshub

  1. Seal pictured with spotted eel stuck in its snout  Newshub
  2. Young Seals Keep Getting Eels Stuck Up Their Noses, and Nobody Knows Why  Live Science
  3. Seal with eel stuck up its snout gets help from nosy scientists  CNET
  4. Hawaiian Monk Seal Gets Eel Stuck Up Its Nose  HuffPost
  5. Please enjoy this photo of a seal with an eel stuck up its nose  Mashable
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Pixel 3 XL release date, specs and price: Pixel 3 Lite pictured next to Pixel 3 sibling

  1. Pixel 3 XL release date, specs and price: Pixel 3 Lite pictured next to Pixel 3 sibling  The INQUIRER
  2. Pixel 3 Lite pictured again along with Pixel 3, launch possible in January 2019  India Today
  3. I’m an iPhone user who refused to switch to Android – but the Google Pixel 3 XL may have changed my mind  Business Insider
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Anthony Bourdain reveals how he pictured Harvey Weinstein dying and controversial thoughts on Bill Clinton in last interview

Anthony Bourdain reveals how he pictured Harvey Weinstein dying and controversial thoughts on Bill Clinton in last interviewIn his final interview, published posthumously, Anthony Bourdain revealed the specific way he pictured Harvey Weinstein’s eventual death – and his unfavourable opinions of Bill Clinton. Prior to Bourdain’s death from suicide at the age of 61, the celebrated chef was outspoken in his criticism of Weinstein – both in support of his girlfriend Asia Argento, one of the Weinstein accusers, and as a feminist himself. Following Argento’s accusations of sexual harassment against the film producer, Bourdain tweeted: “I am proud and honoured to know you.


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Devonte Hart, pictured hugging police in Ferguson protests, feared dead in car cliff plunge

Devonte Hart, pictured hugging police in Ferguson protests, feared dead in car cliff plungeA boy who made headlines after he was pictured hugging a white police officer at a protest is believed to have been killed with his entire family after their car plunged off a cliff. Devonte Hart, 15, was photographed crying as he embraced a riot police officer during demonstrations over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white officer in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014. It is thought he was killed with his two mothers,  Jennifer and Sarah Hart, and five siblings when their SUV plunged off a scenic California highway and plunged 100ft into the ocean. The bodies of the Harts and three of their adopted children have been recovered. Investigators are still searching for three more children, including Devonte, who they believe were also in the car at the time. “We know that an entire family vanished and perished during this tragedy,” Tom Allman, the local county Sheriff, told reporters. Devonte Hart and two of his siblings are missing after their siblings and parents were killed when their SUV plunged off a California cliff. Credit: Steve Dykes  He said that the scene was unusual because the vehicle had crossed a 75ft stretch separating the road from the cliff edge and no skid or brake marks were found at the scene. The sheriff added that there was “no evidence and no reason to believe this was an intentional act” and appealed for anyone with knowledge of the family’s whereabouts before Monday to come forward. The “Hart Tribe”, as the married couple and their six adopted children were known, regularly travelled across the US offering people hugs and promoting unity at festivals and events. Last year the family fulfilled their dream of moving onto a rural property in Woodland, rural southwest Washington State. The Hart family at a Bernie Sanders rally in Washington State in 2016. Credit: Tristan Fortsch  The family, who are believed to have left their home for a short trip, were recently visited by child protective services, a spokeswoman for the state’s Department of Social and Health Services said. The family’s neighbours, Bruce and Dana DeKalb, told Sky News that they called child services on Friday out of concern for Devonte, who had come to their home to ask for food over the last week. The DeKalbs also said that three months after the family moved to the area, one of the girls rang their doorbell at 1.30 am. “[She] was at our door in a blanket saying we need to protect her. She said that they were abusing her,” Mr DeKalb said. A helicopter hovering over the scene where a vehicle plunged off a cliff. Credit: California Highway Patrol  Washington State child protective services opened an investigation and had tried to make contact with the family three times since Friday, Sky News reported. The Harts were known to embark on spontaneous road trips and friends believe they may have been on their latest trip when the incident occurred. The crash killed the 39-year-old parents, and their children Markis Hart, 19, Jeremiah Hart, 14 and Abigail Hart, 14.  Their three other children, Devonte, Hannah Hart, 16, and Sierra Hart, 12, are still missing.


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