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Green Bears in Singapore

Visitors to the Singapore zoo have noticed that the polar bears there have turned green. At first it was suspected that someone had sneaked into the compound and spray pained them. But then it was discovered that algae is growing in their fur. "The harmless algae is the result of Singapore's warm and humid climate," says zoo spokesman Vincent Tan. They've been returned to their original white state by being painted with a hydrogen-peroxide solution.

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