February 5, 2019

Lose your USB stick?

CNET --The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research in New Zealand knows the value of leopard seal poop. Volunteers gather it and scientists examine it to learn more about seal health, behavior and diets.

NIWA discovered a USB stick among the bones, feathers and seaweed in a slab of poo "the size of two bread rolls." The organization would like to find the owner.

1 comment:

teeem said...

it seems to me that if Antarctic penguins are eating USBs we should, without question, research the subject.