There's something 'fishy' going down at Zombie Pond...No-one knows how it happened. Perhaps that split barrel from the local chemical plant had something to do with it. Perhaps it was the meteor shower the night before.
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There's something 'fishy' going down at Zombie Pond...No-one knows how it happened. Perhaps that split barrel from the local chemical plant had something to do with it. Perhaps it was the meteor shower the night before.
Zombie Pond is a free to try software. You can free download and try it for an evaluation period.

Except where otherwise noted , content on this site is licensed under the
Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike License v3.0 or any later version.

Scientists are rising the dead. Well, almost. Plants discovered in “ghost ponds” are being revived after lurking underground as dormant seeds for up to 150 years.

These so-called ghost ponds are formed when agricultural land expansion means that existing ponds are filled in, and literally buried alive, says Emily Alderton, at University College London (UCL), who led the study.

To expand a field, farmers commonly remove hedgerows then use the uprooted plants and soil to fill up any ponds. This happened at the site Alderton’s team studied in Norfolk, UK.

There's something 'fishy' going down at Zombie Pond...No-one knows how it happened. Perhaps that split barrel from the local chemical plant had something to do with it. Perhaps it was the meteor shower the night before.
Zombie Pond is a free to try software. You can free download and try it for an evaluation period.


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