From the Book of Genesis to modern times, snakes have instilled a deep-seated fear in many people unmatched by any other animal.
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A few fish floating in a lake as large as Jackson may not raise interest. However, when that turns into a few hundred dead fish, offices at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division – Fisheries Section start to get some calls. According to those officials, the recent die-off of common carp seen currently at Jackson appears to be a natural occurrence.
After beating rival Mill Creek for its seventh area title in the past eight seasons, North Gwinnett’s volleyball team didn’t lose any momentum in Wednesday’s Class AAAAAAA State Tournament opener.
“Twisted True Tales from Science: Medical Mayhem” by Stephanie Bearce, Prufrock Press Inc. $8.95, 160 pages
Long ago, before hospitals and doctors, needles and IVs, ancient people didn’t know about germs or microbes. They thought evil spirits or curses brought illness, so they treated patients with things that were sometimes disgusting. Even so, folks often died of ailments that you, Modern Kid, would hardly notice.