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Tiny Bytes: Mumbai flood, Largest sea dragon fossil, Kenya's plastic laws and more

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Hi and welcome to tiny bytes. Here's a look at some of today’s news for little minds.

Brought to knees by rains, Mumbai getting back to its feet

Life in Mumbai is slowly coming back on tracks as rains subsided and hundreds of stranded commuters headed home with the partial resumption of suburban train services, a day after heavy showers brought the city to a halt and left four persons dead. Read more

Largest Sea Dragon fossil rediscovered

When dinosaurs walked the land on Earth, Sea dragons were said to have roamed the seas, 200 million years ago. A 3 meter long specimen of a sea dragon received at museum was restudied, and it is said to be the largest ever sea dragon fossil discovered. 

Kenya’s plastic laws  

The African country of Kenya seems to have passed one of the world’s toughest laws when it comes to plastic and plastic use. Kenyas who make or sell or even use plastic bags will likely face life in jail for up to 4 years or a fine of Rs. 40,000.

Wedding Caterer serves gold  

A Hyderabad based wedding caterer served gold leaves on rice during a wedding, the video of which has gone viral.  

Well, That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening in. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.     

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