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The alligators are in a state of hibernation in the ice. Howard says the gators' form of hibernation is called brumation, which is when they lower their body temperatures and metabolism so they can survive. But if you look closely, you can see an alligator's snout poking through the ice so it can breathe! Ever wonder what happens to alligators when the water they are in freezes? In frozen water the crocodile mouths appear above the ice.
  • Fire crews put out large fire at University of Bristol building

    Fire crews put out large fire at University of Bristol building

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    An investigation into the cause of the fire was launched on Saturday evening by Avon Fire & Rescue Service. The area which is the math department, was unoccupied at the time. Everyone has been accounted for and Avon Fire and Rescue have informed us that they have now extinguished the fire. "In any fire investigation, we consider and then rule out all possible causes to arrive at the most likely cause".
  • We let ourselves down with bat, that's for sure, says Virat Kohli

    We let ourselves down with bat, that's for sure, says Virat Kohli

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    Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the rest of South Africa's test series against India and the selectors might need to gamble on his match fitness if he is to face Australia . Another contentious selection in the Test was that of Dhawan ahead of KL Rahul. The estimated recovery time for this injury is 4-6 weeks, but with Steyn now 34 years of age and having not completed three of his last five Tests, questions over his global future will surely be raised once more.
  • Bail denied to Ryan student murder accused

    Bail denied to Ryan student murder accused

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    The Board had directed the accused to be produced before Gurgaon Sessions court noting that the accused was mature enough to recognise the consequences of his actions, NDTV reported. In November 2017, the CBI, which is investigating the case, arrested a class XI student aged 16 from Ryan International School for the murder of Pradyuman.
  • Former champion Azarenka withdraws from Australian Open

    Former champion Azarenka withdraws from Australian Open

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    Tournament director Craig Tiley tweeted: "It's unfortunate that @vika7 is unable to travel to Australia this year". 28-year-old Azarenka can not leave California with Leo until the dispute is resolved. She has said she is not allowed to leave California until the issue is resolved. The organizers of the Australian Open saved the wild card for the former world number 1 but it will be taken by Ajla Tomljanovic now.
  • Korea's head of inter-Korean affairs to lead talks with S. Korea

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    It was expected that Ri, chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country, would represent North Korea after Pyongyang mentioned him specifically when notifying Seoul on Friday that it would attend the talks. North Korea has made several overtures for dialogue during the past quarter-century, with Japan, the US and South Korea responding favorably. "As President Moon has said, the improvement of relations between North and South Korea can not advance separately from ...
  • Molson Coors acquires family-run cider maker Aspall

    Molson Coors acquires family-run cider maker Aspall

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    Members of the family, which have run the business for more than 20 years after it was first started by their ancestor Clement Chevallier at Aspal Hall in 1728, will continue to play a role in the company. Aspall, which now employs 137 workers, now represents just 1.8 per cent of the United Kingdom cider market in terms of total sales, with the high proportion of own-brand labels continuing to dominate.
  • Tech giants prep for legal fight against FCC's rule repeal

    Tech giants prep for legal fight against FCC's rule repeal

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    Joining that fight now are some of the biggest names in the tech world, including Facebook, Amazon, and Google. "The final version of Chairman Pai's rule, as expected, dismantles popular net neutrality protections for consumers", said the group's CEO Michael Beckerman in a statement .
  • How Michael Wolff Got All Trump's Secrets For Fire And Fury Book

    How Michael Wolff Got All Trump's Secrets For Fire And Fury Book

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    Suddenly, people are going "it is true, he has no clothes". "That is the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end. this presidency". "My support is also unwavering for the president and his agenda - as I have shown daily in my national radio broadcasts, on the pages of Breitbart News and in speeches and appearances from Tokyo and Hong Kong to Arizona and Alabama", Bannon said.
  • Trump hopes Korea talks extend beyond Olympics

    Trump hopes Korea talks extend beyond Olympics

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    But Kim remained steadfast on the issue of nuclear weapons, saying the North would mass produce nuclear missiles for operational deployment. US President Donald Trump has said that he was willing to speak to North Korean' Kim Jong-un. "We believe that the South and North have finalized the organization of their delegations in a balanced way", a Seoul official said, declining to be named.