Everyday anomalies

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    Would you care to be a little more descriptive?

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    Some crazy natural phenom here.

    Some are human-induced but still pretty wild.
     
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    Fish rain phenomenon in Australia:

     
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    I thank i know what it is... but am i right.???

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    I will wait for other replys befor i explain it to you what i thank it is.!!!
     
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    Looks like some kind of a badger?

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    Yeah. It's markings don't show up in infrared.
     
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    At first i thout it might be 2 critters... one pontin East an the other pontin West... then i read coments below the pic an someone guessed a badger... so i agree wit all of ya at the same time which has got to be some kind of record

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    I was mesmerized watching this video. #amazingnature
     
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    I'm not entirely convinced that's a badger. My guess is that it might be a nutria.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nutria
     
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    The critter in queston has a fat lookin tail -- more like a Badger... the Nutria has a long skinny tail... Capybaras dont have tails

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    Rain falling in just one spot from the sky in Paris France. Watch the video in the link below. It does appear to be falling from the sky as the camera pans skyward. Some are suggesting a glitch in the matrix. Others a more mundane hose shooting water from a roof. Doesn't seem to be as the rain is coming straight down and not at an angle. What is your opinion?

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    As a side benefit, looking up an account of this on Twitter informed me that a new season of "Black Mirror" will debut on Netflix in June.

    I have infrequently seen rain fall solely in a very limited area -- just not as narrow and confined as that spot. So I still consider it to have an artificial provenance, especially if the pedestrians are marveling at it far less than they probably should [otherwise] be.
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    Scouting for a new Slavic host to possess, I guess, or perhaps just a fresh recruit on the planet looking for its first.

    Knew the one occupying Putin couldn't be unique. Probably the bulk of Russian administrators are harboring these internal parasitoids, facilitating whatever ultimate goal.
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    Probably some sort of sea slug swimming near the surface of a pond..
     

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