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ALBUQUERQUE — The megadrought in the American Southwest has become so severe that it’s now the driest two decades in the region in at least 1,200 years, scientists said Monday, and climate change is largely responsible.


Study says they used tree ring data, and from that, the 22 year period from 2000-now is the driest since 800 AD, the limit of their data.

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Hundreds of Family Dollar stores closed after rodent infestation at warehouse




The statement said inspectors found live and dead rodents “in various states of decay;” rodent feces and urine; evidence of gnawing, nesting and rodent odors and dead birds and bird droppings; and products stored in conditions that did not protect against unsanitary conditions. 

The health agency also said it has recovered 1,110 dead rodents from the facility following fumigation in January. A review of records also shows a collection of more than 2,300 rodents from late March to September... 


 the FDA said products purchased from stores in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee may be unsafe.

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3 hours ago, Lord Liaden said:

Anyone else terrified by the implication from that headline that crocodiles can jump? :fear:

Here, I can rewrite it:


”Crocodile flies out of zoo van and Chaos descends on Florida traffic.”



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