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“It’s not clear how he found himself at school: maybe someone threw him out or he crawled away. As our specialist said, the python is full. Such an animal is able to swallow even a cat. And it’s a great happiness that no one was hurt.”
– Alena Shibanova, a representative from the Good Home Animal Shelter, on a two-meter python found near a school in Kineshma
This week's Odder News reads like a bad movie, full of forgotten headstones, zombies, and a disagreement settled with firearms.
This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
The Moscow Zoo laments the loss of an 84-year-old, WW2-veteran alligator.
“On the day of his 80th birthday, Brodsky returned to Pestel Street—he is looking directly at his balcony in the house where he lived, those same one and a half rooms from where he left forever. But poets always return.”
– Creators of a large graffiti display depicting the poet Joseph Brodsky
Saturn, a Mississippi alligator, saw Hitler and survived the Battle of Berlin. A tribute to the Moscow Zoo's greatest reptile.
Despite a quarantine, Russians still managed to join together to celebrate Victory Day (from their balconies).
Moscow's metro stations rise to the occasion of coronavirus.
One of Russia's top universities goes online, via Minecraft.
Overlooked and under-read news from all over Russia.
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