The Daily Populous

Wednesday July 6th, 2022 night edition

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But the Russian version of Happy Meals—called Combos—has reportedly left some customers decidedly unhappy at the additional protein served up.

Images posted have shown what appears to be insect legs and bugs in the burgers, while other pictures document creeping mold on the buns.

In response to the claims, a spokeswoman for the chain told Newsweek that "product quality and safety is our top priority.

And the entire batch, in which the product of inadequate quality was found, has been discarded.".

Of course, there is no shortage of claims about insects being found in the food produced by fast food outlets in the U.S.

The rebranded fast-food chain retains the old McDonald's interior but there is no reference to its old name.

While there are no Big Mac or McFlurry equivalents, the menu boasts of burger offerings called "Grand Deluxe," "Double Grand," and "Big Special. »

Dolphin poo plays 'significant role’ in helping coral reefs survive, says new study

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Dolphin poo could be the key to saving the world’s coral reefs, according to a new study.

Published this week, the study shows that the amount of nitrogen absorbed by spinner dolphins during their daily commute can improve coral reef productivity and resilience.

Coral reef ecosystems support most of the biodiversity in the oceans as well as sustaining over 6 million people’s livelihoods. »

Cinemas Ban Groups Watching 'Minions: The Rise of Gru' in Formal Attire

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Immediately following the release of Minions: The Rise of Gru, teens kicked off an interesting trend through social media.

The "#gentleminions" trend sees groups suit-clad teens documenting their viewings of the latest movie in the Despicable Me franchise on TikTok, Instagram and Twitter.

Centered around an ironic love of the franchise, the viral trend has now forced some theaters in the U.K. to ban groups of guests wearing formal attire from watching the film. »

Lollipop Chainsaw Remake Announced for 2023

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After a tease last month, we have confirmation: Lollipop Chainsaw will receive a full remake in 2023.

The game will aim to recreate the original, but Yasuda explained that the remake will feature a couple of key differences.

As such, we purchased the Lollipop Chainsaw intellectual property from Kadokawa Games, and decided to develop a remake. »