Earlier this week, a customer in Australia ordered a Subway foot-long sub. Only to find it measured a mere 11 inches. He posted a photo alongside a tape measure on the company's Facebook page, sparking outrage from customers and an investigation by the New York Post.
Prawns will rub themselves when dabbed with acid. And hermit crabs show stress-related behavior after getting shocked out of their shells. Now scientists find that British shore crabs can learn to avoid an electric shock — a key sign that crustaceans really do experience pain.
When fighting shut down mills and bakeries late last year, the people of Aleppo began running out of their staple flatbread. Two rebel groups have now stepped in to provide fuel and generators — and protection — to get bakeries running again. But not everyone in Aleppo is happy with how one of the rebel groups is distributing the goods.
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