Daily round-up of the world's weird newsThu 26 Jul 2012
Has the Mona Lisa's skeleton been found in Florence?
Italian archaelogist Silvano Vincenti sits beside another
archaeologist working on the third excavation of a grave inside the
mediaeval Convent of Saint Ursula in Florence on 17 July, 2012. Purportedly, the burial site of Lisa Gherardini, the model who
inspired Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Mona Lisa'.
Photo: Andreas Solaro/AFP/GettyImages
Big cat sighting on Steel Brow, near Whitehaven, west Cumbria
Batman massacre suspect asks jailer: "Did you see the movie? How does it end?"
Mini-monster: 60-eyed flatworm discovered
500m-yr-old spineless creature mistake led to humans, science team claim
The extraordinary odyssey of Eva Peron's embalmed body
Bees are back with a vengeance! Nest brings internet service to standstill
Tropical microorganisms discovered in Arctic Ocean
Has The Mona Lisa's skeleton been found in Florence?
Police issue wallaby warning along Gloucestershire A40
Too much time on our hands: iPad painting App for cats invented
Skydiver completes 18-mile jump in (very wisely) a spacesuit
to all our newshounds: Lynne, Huw Evans, George Koprowicz, Goran, Kay Orchison, Bill Ashton, Jack Cohen, Simon Besson, Daniel Cecil, Lorenz, John Kilbride, Drew Pratten
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