^ How odd.
That would have freaked me out a little. I'm glad they could get them out again without harming them.
It was bad enough when we got a bat into the corridor outside the flat in Aachen, Germany. We all jumped a little when it suddenly came flapping around above us. We opened all the windows and left the light off, then it could fly out again after a little while.
I'm surprised it could still be mistaken for chocolate powder after that long. That nothing grew on it or made it smell awful. I'm glad they are all okay.
I stumbled over this article when I was reading Berliner Morgenpost earlier: http://www.morgenpost.de/berlin/article ... r-ist.html
The woman who was Germany's oldest mother when she gave birth to her daughter at age 55, is now pregnant again. At age 65.
Here is some news in English about it: http://www.bbc.com/news/health-32284075
I thought it was pretty impressive when a friend very recently told me about her colleague who is expecting her first child at age 47. She and her husband had been trying for a long time when they were younger and even tried medical help with no success. She basically gave up hope when she was 42 and now suddenly she got pregnant naturally.