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Nintendo America Literally Hired Someone Named Bowser As VP – CBS Local

CBS Local Nintendo America Literally Hired Someone Named Bowser As VPCBS LocalNintendo America, the video game company's United States arm, has just hired a man names Doug Bowser as their new VP of Sales, as Business Wire is reporting. The new hire allegedly bears no relation to the King of the Koopa, but maybe that's exactly …Meet Bowser, Nintendo's New VP of SalesWall... 

After the black rhino hunt, a village celebrates meat delivery – CNN

CNN After the black rhino hunt, a village celebrates meat deliveryCNNNorthern Namibia (CNN) The morning after he shot and killed a black rhino, Corey Knowlton returned to where the hunt ended for the final act. Knowlton and a small group of hunting guides spent hours in the brush of northern Namibia, field-dressing the …Texas hunter Corey Knowlton shoots endangered rhinoceros in Namibia... 

LG unveils ultra thin wallpaper TV – New Zealand Herald

ValueWalk LG unveils ultra thin wallpaper TVNew Zealand HeraldFirm believes organic light-emitting diode technology could be the display system in all products in the future. Photo / Getty Images. Mounting a flat screen TV on the wall can be expensive and time consuming – and makes it very hard to redesign your room.TV's just got a whole lot sexierNEWS.com.auThis is the thinnest TV everCNNMoneyPaper-thin... 

For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn’t Require Eyes – New York Times

New York Times For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn't Require EyesNew York TimesOctopuses, squid and cuttlefish — a group of mollusks known as cephalopods — are the ocean's champions of camouflage. Octopuses can mimic the color and texture of a rock or a piece of coral. Squid can give their skin a glittering sheen to match the water …Octopuses, and Maybe Squid, Can Sense... 

For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn’t Require Eyes – New York Times

New York Times For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn't Require EyesNew York TimesOctopuses, squid and cuttlefish — a group of mollusks known as cephalopods — are the ocean's champions of camouflage. Octopuses can mimic the color and texture of a rock or a piece of coral. Squid can give their skin a glittering sheen to match the water …The octopus can see with its skinThe... 
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