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Orient Shopping Center, hurtling huge shards of glass through the gushing water that wiped out a cosmetics counter. Those injured suffered cuts and bruises and several people had to be rescued, according to Chinese news reports. Three lemon sharks,
FoxNews.com Over a dozen people were injured when a 33.5-ton aquarium inside a Shanghai shopping center exploded Wednesday, releasing three sharks that died in the incident, The Shanghai Daily newspaper reported...Eight of those injured were
Given that there is no mention of any signs, symptoms or anything informative that might benefit other parents, the only reason for the DM publishing this article is shock value. For god's sake have a bit of compassion and leave this poor family to
The Times , on its front page, shows customers at the perfume department in Selfridge's Oxford Street store in London...The Daily Express says that according to the Centre for Retail Research , a record 10 million shoppers hit the Boxing Day sales, "
YouTube video courtesy / dominetnews (4.5Mb) embed video Tons of water, pieces of thick glass and sharks all aroundThese are not scenes from a horror movie, but a reality people faced when a 33-ton tank suddenly burst in a Shanghai shopping center...
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald A hatchling loggerhead sea turtle is headed for the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The turtle tad could go on exhibit as early as Friday in the aquarium's Open Seas galleries depending on a veterinary exam. Aquarium
19 December 2012 Fifteen people were hurt by flying glass and fish when a giant shark-filled aquarium exploded at a shopping mall yesterday. Shoppers were hit when the 10inch thick protective glass gave way without warning in Shaghai, China, while
A Wellington octopus has become an IQ ambassador for its species after learning to open a jar to get at a crab inside. Island Bay Marine Education Centre Discovery Programme manager Julian Hodge said the fact octopuses could open jars was already
N.J. (AP) As Superstorm Sandy's furious waves devastated the New Jersey coastline, eight caretakers worked to protect animals living a few feet above the storm surge. Despite the evacuation of Point Pleasant Beach, the caretakers, called "Team Sandy,"