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2008-06-25 21:02:26

By Mark Lowry, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jun. 25--FORT WORTH -- One reason that the comedy geniuses of Monty Python were so successful is that no matter who they made fun of, they showed a modicum of respect for the lampooned subject.

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2008-05-17 10:15:00

Palaeontologists have discovered fossil remains in Scandinavia of parrots that have been pushing up daisies for more than 55 million years.

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2008-02-22 06:00:00

The Everglades apparently isn't big enough for the giant invaders, who have grown fat, happy and increasingly numerous on a diet of unsuspecting natives. The Burmese, or Indian, python -- at least theoretically -- would feel right at home from California to Delaware.

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2006-12-17 18:50:00

Python control in the Everglades is a painstaking, around-the-clock slog against a voracious, foreign snake species that has established a stronghold in this watery wilderness and put native wildlife at risk.

2006-08-10 19:15:42

By Mike Collett-White LONDON (Reuters) - Terry Gilliam tends not to make life easy for audiences, and his new film about a 10-year-old girl who prepares heroin for her father to inject and seeks to seduce an older simpleton is out to make them squirm some more.

2006-04-12 07:42:55

By Tom Brown EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Florida (R

2006-04-12 07:40:00

The man leading efforts to eradicate giant Burmese python snakes from Everglades National Park sounds almost fearful, and certainly not optimistic, when he talks about the chances of wiping out an invasive species he calls "the enemy."

2006-04-12 07:07:59

By Tom Brown EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, Florida (R

2006-02-16 08:47:08

By Frank Scheck NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - The land of Spamalot has a new king, and he is just as funny as the old one. Revisiting "Monty Python's Spamalot" nearly a year after its Broadway debut, one is struck by how its antic humor holds up even upon a second viewing.

2006-02-15 20:19:32

By Frank Scheck NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - The land of Spamalot has a new king, and he is just as funny as the old one. Revisiting "Monty Python's Spamalot" nearly a year after its Broadway debut, one is struck by how its antic humor holds up even upon a second viewing.


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2008-11-21 16:21:55

The Children's Python (Antaresia childreni), is a non-venomous python found in Australia. It is found mainly in the extreme north of Western Australia, the northern third of Northern territory, and in northeastern Queensland. It is also found on the islands of the Torres Strait. It was named in honor of John George Children, who was a curator of the zoological collection at the British Museum around that time. No subspecies are currently recognized. Adults grow to about 30 inches in...

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