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Increasing human activity in the Stinking Springs area creates additional stress on the fragile mule deer population that winters in the area, requiring the mule deer to use up their supply of stored winter fat more quickly than normal, said Monica Zimmerman, BLM Upper Snake outdoor recreation planner.
One ecologist estimated that there were 600,000 stinking cedars in Florida before the twentieth century.
While it is understandable that fish will dispel stinking smell causing discomfort to commuters, there are ways to let people understand.
New York, Sep 22 (ANI): Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had staff and guests at the Hilton Manhattan East running with cloth on their noses, all thanks to his stinking food.
Too many people, too many cars, too much stinking fast food and too many tourists eating the stuff.
Not everyone smokes, but if we want to sit outside we have to put up with the stinking fog.
The winning stinking cheese, being judged by Laura and Ruby, called 'Stinking Bishop' was produced by Charles Martell, pictured, at Dymock, Gloucestershire.
Border and Immigration Agency director Gail Adams told 150 civil servants she was not surprised to find the city "still stinking of urine" as she opened the summit.
Norman & The Stinking Space Goo" is Norman's story, as he finds himself incurably toxic in odor, with the only person willing to tolerate his odor and stench is the school's stereotypical science nerd--and find something very interesting that may change both of their lives for good.
Our gardener in charge of the tropical house says it will be stinking the house out by the end of the day and we're hoping the smell will last until the weekend so as many people as possible can experience it.
This year, Aardman approached Martell--a farmer, cheesemaker and self-confessed hippie from Dymock, England--for permission to let Wallace eat a Martell-produced cheese flavored with pear cider called Stinking Bishop.