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Elephant’s Cracked Tusk Repaired by Indian Dentists
An elephant in the Indian state of Kerala had a cracked tusk repaired in the first operation of its kind as stated by the dentists.
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The old Biloxi Bay Bridge as it sat in April 2006 8 months after Katrina went through and in August 2013 repaired and used as a fishing pier. A piece of the Imperial Palace garage and the casino destruction also shown in the 2006 photo.
Condos in Biloxi, MS shown after Hurricane Katrina heavily damaged the bottom floors beside the same condos in June 2013, repaired and restored.
Hurricane Camille memorial side by side of April 2006 showing the devastation and debris left by Hurricane Katrina in Aug. 2005 and the June 2013 view of it repaired and restored.
Underwater robot sheds new light on Antarctic sea ice
Exploding excrement topples building in China, 15 injured
New reports suggest that the rich are getting richer
See the blatantly sexist ad Sony PlayStation quickly pulled
Op-Ed: Campaigning to stop Doritos damaging the rainforest
The era of the flying car has finally arrived
Vancouver Parks Board may stop city aquarium from breeding whales
12-year-old Tamir Rice shot in the gut by police over toy BB gun
Tourist fined $25,000 for defacing wall of Colosseum in Rome
Raid targets Libya capital's only working airport
NHL stars of the week: Jamie Benn, Jannik Hansen, Tomas Tatar
Op-Ed: Protester getting 'ready for Ferguson' shoots herself in the head
Penn. city scraps 'pathetic' Christmas tree
Endangered status sought for the Eastern hellbender
Op-Ed: Executive's decisions make Kenya more vulnerable
Victims of 1960s Thalidomide seek Canadian justice
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