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Snouts in the trough: SNP MPs billed taxpayers for luxury shirts, expensive
GREEDY SNP MPs have been quick to tuck into the Westminster expenses trough — billing us for furniture and jumbo tellies, it has emerged.
Sleazy scam exposes snouts still in trough
One thing the political parties generally agree on is how to slide sticky fingers into the taxpayer's pocket to fund their own activities.
Spring chinook release aimed at emulating historic Rogue run in Oregon
Some of the fish released Wednesday had coded wire tags imbedded in their snouts so they can be tracked as adults to ensure they don't overly stray onto wild fish spawning grounds if they're not caught by anglers or return to the hatchery, VanDyke says.
Discovery Of 250-Million-Year Old Reptile Could Answer Mysteries Of Dinosaur
Much like crocodiles, these creatures possessed nostrils near the top of their snouts, which may have been used while in water. Biologists believe they lived near water bodies, where they tracked down amphibians and other aquatic species.
Climate change taught ancient ichthyosaurs a lesson: Adapt or die
They also had long snouts and some of the largest eyes ever seen in the animal kingdom, said Valentin Fischer, a paleontologist who studies ichthyosaurs at the University of Liege in Belgium.

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