[Histonet] ***News Flash***

Blazek, Linda lblazek <@t> digestivespecialists.com
Tue Jun 12 13:19:17 CDT 2012

Grab a scalpel!

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Subject: [Histonet] ***News Flash***

I. C. Critterz
The Associated Press

     Washington, D.C.-  Residents of northern D.C., along with Bethesda, Silver Springs, and College Park are reporting a wave of armadillo sightings.  The armadillos are allegedly covered in unusual skin lesions and missing several toes.  Local zoologists are baffled, as armadillos are native to the south-central and southeastern United States and are not normally found in Maryland.  While no attacks have been reported, authorities are urging residents not to approach any armadillos they might encounter.
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