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Off topic: Animals not in their usual habitats, feeding a zoo, band names' origins, bikini baristas

Posted On: Sep 13, 2017   |   Posted By: SiliconBeat

Off topic: Animals not in their usual habitats, feeding a zoo, band names' origins, bikini baristas

Tree goats, hanging snakes, swimming pigs and other animals in unexpected places. Speaking of animals, how zoos feed them when disaster strikes. Steely Dan, Veruca Salt and other band names [...]

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