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This week a teenager found a 7.44 carat diamond in Arkansas and a pastor found a 706-carat diamond in Sierra Leone. Also, New York City cops chased down a duck on the subway and a New York judge must decide whether chimpanzees have human rights. In other animal news, Swiper the Fox is safely back in his Virginia home and a red rat snake is safely dead after crawling out of the A/C vent in a Florida car, but the Detroit Zoo’s ‘Dr. Ruth’ is still trying to perfect romantic moments for frogs and salamanders. In other legal news, a Maine judge weighed in on a $10-million missing comma and a Wisconsin judge will decide whether to butter up the state’s dairy lobby. And a Hasbro fan survey will replace Monopoly’s boot, wheelbarrow, and thimble with T-Rex, a penguin, and a rubber ducky, while a Georgia teacher is replacing hip-hop lyrics with history lessons. Should zoo frogs and salamanders be able to sue for divorce … or at least better butter?


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