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    Philippines: Studying bats might help prevent another pandemic
    Phi nhân:

    Philippines seizes illegally harvested giant clam shells worth $25m
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ells-worth-25m

    Around 200 tonnes of illegally harvested giant clam shells worth nearly $25m have been seized in the Philippines in one of the biggest known operations of its kind in the country.

    Conservationists have expressed alarm over the surging illicit trade in the endangered creatures, which are used as a substitute for ivory following a global crackdown in the trade of elephant tusks.


    The Philippines is home to most of the world’s giant tropical clam species, and Friday’s raid took place in the western province of Palawan, considered a poaching hotbed.

    The coastguard said four suspects were arrested on the remote Green Island in the Sulu sea that turned up the largest ever giant clam shell haul by law enforcers in the area.

    “Taking the giant clams from their natural habitat is a form of inter-generational crime,” Jovic Fabello, spokesman for the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development said.


    “It will permanently affect the marine ecosystem and future generations will be deprived of the benefits accruing from it,” he added.

    He said the seized shells included those of the Tridacna gigas, the world’s largest clam.

    Growing up to 1.3m (4.5ft) wide and weighing up to 250kg (550lbs), the clams host marine algae which are a basic food source for many of the fish species consumed by humans.


    Conservationists say giant clam shells are used as an alternative material for products ranging from earrings to chandeliers as ivory becomes scarce.


    Fabello said the illegal trade in giant clams has been growing in Palawan and several other areas of the Philippines in the past three years.


    The coast guard estimated the value of the latest haul at 1.2bn pesos ($24.8m).


    Vi phú bất nhân, vi nhân bất phú
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    Ăn vụng: anh hùng xực điêu?

    Clandestine feast featuring dozens of songbirds
    https://news.yahoo.com/italians-caug...112736331.html

    Police in the north of the country are investigating around 20 council officials who sat down to a lunchtime meal of illegally hunted birds, including chaffinches, goldfinches, siskins and bramblings.

    The employees, from the villages of Valle Trompia and Gardone Val Trompia near the city of Brescia, are being investigated for contravening wildlife protection and hunting laws.

    They are also accused of breaking Covid-19 lockdown regulations, which prohibit gatherings of more than a few people, when they convened for the illegal feast in a council building.

    Their clandestine meal allegedly included some rarely-seen species such as hawfinches and red crossbills. More than 60 birds were found by Carabinieri officers – around three tiny bodies for each diner.

    The Anti-Hunting League called the incident “shameful” but not surprising, saying that the region around Brescia is “the worst in Italy, and one of the worst in Europe, for poaching.”

    Eating diminutive songbirds may not appeal to many people but it is seen as a delicacy in some parts of Europe. Gourmets in France are notorious for their love of eating ortolan buntings, tiny birds which are captured alive, fed grain, drowned in a vat of Armagnac and then roasted whole.

    Diners drape their heads with linen napkins as they crunch their way through the birds’ bones. The napkin is to preserve the aroma of the roasted birds – and, it is said, to hide the diners’ shame from the eyes of God.


    Đất lành chim đậu
    Chim lành người nhậu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Ăn vụng: anh hùng xực điêu?
    ........
    Đất lành chim đậu
    Chim lành người nhậu.
    Còn Gà lành (hiền khô) thì sao đây thầy Ốc? ("
    Thì như làm vậy.... " Kha,kha,kha)
    Như cánh thiên di xuôi vạn lý
    Ngoảnh trông bóng Mẹ khói sương mờ
    Lời Người hôm ấy còn mang nặng
    Dù bể dâu này
    ............. tựa giấc mơ

    (XXG__)


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    Gà lành treo cao đợi giá. (Tục ngữ)

    Chó lành đợi dân Hố nai tới lãnh về nuôi (cho mập):

    Stolen dogs in mugshot line-up as UK police try to locate owners
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-locate-owners

    The police recovered 83 dogs in March, including at least three spaniel puppies, a young Dachshund and a sheepdog due a trip to the dog groomers.

    Since seizing the dogs following the police investigation, officers have been trying to identify the owners of the 83 canines. However, due to the lack of identifying features and information, the process has proved challenging. As of Tuesday none of the animals had been reunited with the owners.

    Now the investigation team is asking potential owners, who have not contacted the constabulary, to get in contact.

    Six people were initially arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to steal following an operation last month which discovered the 83 dogs, of various breeds and ages, at an address in West Meadows, Ipswich, Suffolk.

    All six individuals, a 39-year-old man, two 34-year-old men, and three women, aged 46, 41 and 35, were taken to Martlesham police station for questioning. They were released on bail until 16 April, pending further enquiries. All were from the Ipswich area.

    Four of the six – the men aged 34 and 39, and women, 41 and 46, – later had their bail date extended to 17 June.


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    Chó gầy hổ mặt chủ xị.
    (Ăn tục ngữ)

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    Octopuscar: không thày đố mày làm phim.

    My Octopus Teacher, heartwarming nature film, wins best documentary Oscar
    https://www.theguardian.com/film/202...umentary-oscar
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/sep/24/octopus-love-story-netflix

    Directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, My Octopus Teacher follows film-maker and diver Craig Foster as he explores an underwater kelp forest near Cape Town, South Africa. Foster appears to bond with an octopus he encounters living in the area.

    Học thày không tày học bạch tuộc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Học thày không tày học bạch tuộc.


    Tượng đài thầy Paul ở Sea Life Oberhausen, nhà tiên tri thông thái mùa vô địch túc cầu thế giới 2010, sau khi giã từ gác trọ ...


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    Cũng có thể giải thích là đội nào được nó lựa thì đội đó hên.

    Bạch tuộc là chú ông trời
    Ai mà nó thích thì trời giúp cho.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Cũng có thể giải thích là đội nào được nó lựa thì đội đó hên.

    Bạch tuộc là chú ông trời
    Ai mà nó thích thì trời giúp cho.



    Đừng nhẹ dạ cả tin. Khi động vật hai chân trả thù loại súc vật
    lúc thua độ đá banh thì rất tàn nhẫn. Không tin coi chiếc xe này
    coi, con cháu đời sau của bạch tuộc. Đã bị giết hại, xử lăn(g) trì, còn đem
    treo cổ phơi nắng trước cổng trường, cho học trò thấy đó mà làm gương:

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    Cẩn thận. Hàng dễ nổ




    Don't approach whale carcass it may explode, Swedes are warned


    The whale carcass has been beached near the south east of Öland since last week. - Copyright morbylanga.se/Christian Cedertoh

    Authorities on the Swedish island of Öland have warned citizens and tourists not to approach the dead body of a beached whale which "may explode".

    The humpback whale carcass has been stranded near the southeast of the island since last week, near the small town of Mörbylånga.

    The local municipality issued a strong warning to locals on Wednesday morning, urging them to not wade into the water and approach the carcass "under any circumstances".

    "People are reported to be staying close to the dead whale body that has floated ashore on south-eastern Öland," a statement read on Tuesday.

    "This is dangerous for the individual ... [and] may cause harm".

    Since being made aware of the stranded whale last week, Mörbylånga officials have been taking samples to find out how to handle the dead body.

    "When the authorities work at the whale, they do so with protective equipment and helmets," said Staffan Åsén, environmental manager in Mörbylånga municipality.

    "At the moment the whale is fermenting due to the decomposition process and may explode. These are great forces that should not be ignored."

    The whale is currently stranded just 40 metres from the shore outside the town, which has less than 2,000 inhabitants.

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    Thay trời làm sông:

    15m salmon to take unusual route to Pacific: by road
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...ght-truck-road

    California officials will truck more than 15 million young salmon raised at fish hatcheries in the state’s Central Valley agricultural region to the Pacific Ocean because projected river conditions show that the waterways the fish use to travel downstream will be historically low and warm due to increasing drought.

    Officials announced the huge trucking operation on Wednesday, saying the effort is aimed at ensuring “the highest level of survival for the young salmon on their hazardous journey to the Pacific Ocean”.

    Getting the fish transported means taking about 146 truckloads to the Pacific Ocean from four state hatcheries and federal officials will do the same from one hatchery, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

    John McManus, president of the Golden State Salmon Association, which advocates for fishers, told the Chronicle he appreciates the extra effort to save the fall-run chinook amid the drought.

    But he said the underlying problem for salmon is that state and federal water officials have allowed too much water to be pulled from rivers and creeks for agricultural irrigation.


    “These river conditions are made worse by decisions that put salmon last,” he told the Chronicle.
    Có cơm đổ vạ cho cá.
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