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As a person with a taste for the bizarre, I immediately clicked through to an article headlined Growing Genetically Engineered Stingrays for Footwear Raises Ethical Concerns — one of the articles featured in the day's slideshow. "A company called Rayfish Footwear claims to bring consumers shoes made out of genetically engineered stingrays," the article begins. "The resulting shoes look very distinctive, but there has been some backlash against the ethics behind such products as well as the claims the company has made."
Two other topics in the day's slideshow were USA Trails Latin American and Asian Cities in Climate Change Preparation and X-Ray Echoes Demonstrate the Reality of Relativistic Reverberation, which gives you an indication of the breadth of the information covered.
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