Overland Park has some new, pint-size residents. Or at least, residences. Tiny “gnome homes” have sprung up at the base of knotty trees, two at last count, around the city’s Tomahawk Creek Trail.
“We don’t know when they arrived or who’s living in these little tree homes, but we welcome them to Overland Park,” City spokesman Sean Reilly told local station KMBZ.
The city has rolled out the welcome mat for its gnome neighbors, providing the public with a map and an introduction on Facebook.
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Lunar Sea – Ocean of Storms on the near side of the Moon – was followed by a giant asteroid on the surface of the Earth’s natural satellite, the Japanese say planetary scientists in a paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience.
For the person who is watching the moon with the naked eye, the moon is made of dark and light spots. The dark spots are flat lowlands, which are astronomical tradition called seas, bays, lakes, swamps and oceans.
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