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South African stork arrested

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BBC Online reports police in Burundi, Africa, "arrested" a stork on suspicion of spying. The South African stork was fitted with a satellite tracking device and was part of a study of the migratory patterns of the bird. There's a picture of the stork and the device in the story.


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Big Brother is watching. Even if you're a lower life form.

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When wildlife goes rogue and starts selling secrets to the Russians, who can you trust?

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Trust no one.

Not even the pond scum.

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No it's a advanced cybernetic stork from the future on a mission to give clues to the clueless!


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