That is kinda weird. One moment it makes sense to me and another it doesn't. Maybe if I knew more about the development of navigation it would explain it.Because longitude lines, unlike latitude, are not parallel.
Not sure what conclusions you can draw from that, if any. But it is interesting.
No secret population of kangaroos. Just one from an exotic animal shelter that got loose. It's not the only one to have escaped though so we may see a kangaroo population here soon if the two fugitive kangaroos meet up.I share with you this awesome video from Reddit's "Does America have a secret kangaroo population?"
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