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 Oct 12, 2006 - 09:12 AM - by Michael
* Little glowing snails?

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Looks like the US might get together with Spain after snails are showing exposure to radiation from some lost nuclear weapons.

The hydrogen bombs fell near the fishing village of Palomares in 1966 after a mid-air collision between a bomber and a refuelling craft, in which seven of 11 crewmen died.

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Spanish authorities say the appearance of higher than normal levels of radiation in snails and other creatures shows there may be dangerous levels of plutonium and uranium below ground, and a further clean up could be necessary.
The snails will be shipped to Bikini Bottom to live with Spongebob, naturally.
 

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