I hope wikinews, for the sake of all the people, but that's the least likely to be true.... we already know it's probably more than 30,000.....
Not a bad idea......very cheap also.......:lol:huaiwei said:Oh....I tot we are a city of money-minded robots with no soul?
Anyway, that story of animals surviving in Sri Lanka is fascinating. I know some animals indeed can sense danger, and are quick to siam, but ALL of these animals? Something is worth investigating...
Perhaps the impoverished nations should actually rely on whats freely available around them...the wild life, in having an early warning disaster system?
So sad!hypermount said:dolphins in kuala Muda in Kedah acted strangely, swam near the coast and estuary before the waves struck. Dunno what happen to all the dolphins but I saw the pic of one dead dolphin washed ashore.