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Climate change tracked through 'urine layers'

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A small furry creature with dependable toilet habits is proving useful in attempts to chart the Earth's past climate change.

The Rock Hyrax is about the size of a guinea pig and lives in crevices in rock faces in Africa and Asia. Communities tend to stay in one place for a long time, and each generation teaches the next where to pee.

http://www.wired.co....x-urine-climate

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LOL! Oh come on!

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My mare kicked my gilding for peeing in the wrong place.

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Oh god! there are so many jokes I can pull on this thread. :lol:

Seriously though.. Who would have thought that scientist could map european ice ages and fresh-water melt from stale pee!

On another note.. there's a spot on the back lawn where the grass is.......... nah, better not elaborate.. :lol:

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