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Odd Truth - March 23-30
In Homewood, Ala., city leaders are putting up Salamander Crossing signs on roads frequented by spotted amphibians on their annual migrations to mate and lay eggs.
Tears Of Blood
The head of a Statue of Liberty replica in Bordeaux, France, March 26, after vandals set it on fire. The eyes of the statue are marked up with red paint, apparently to symbolize tears of blood.
U.S. Navy Sgt. Andrew Garrett watches K-Dog, a bottle-nose dolphin attached to a Commander Task Unit, leap out of the water while training near the USS Gunston Hall in the Persian Gulf.
South Korean environmental activists shout slogans atop the 50 foot high McDonald's signboard in Seoul, during an anti-U.S. protest Wednesday.
Toy vendor Amir Elsik, 16, plays with boxing puppets representing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and President Bush at the entrance to a toy shop in Gaza City, March 27.
John Routh, who spent 10 seasons as the Florida Marlins' mascot Billy the Marlin, in the stands at Mark Light Stadium in Coral Gables, Fla., March 22.
Salt Lake's Flamingo
Chilean flamingo Pink Floyd near the Great Salt Lake, west of Salt Lake City. A group wants the governor to declare Great Salt Lake a pink flamingo sanctuary and release hundreds onto the lake.
Shoes For The Blind
A pair of prototype shoes for the blind. Developed by Richard N. Castle, they are equipped with infrared sensors that trigger vibrations corresponding to the location and size of obstacles.