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Gas bubbles rise through puddles of mud, producing goopy popping sounds.

That included the mud shack in northeastern South Africa where 4-year-old Ntando Kubheka lived.

Allbirds figures that sticking with its best advantage—its good-for-the-planet sheen—represents its best chance of not getting left in the mud.

Geysers of oil, rock and mud have shot skyward 100 feet, and slopes have collapsed under smoking waterfalls of crude and wastewater.

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She splashed around in the water, dressed in her conservative Friday best, her grandchildren squealing and throwing mud at one another.

A winch can make a lot of problems go away, the most obvious of which is being stuck in the mud.

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On those mud flats, a team of 12 people planted more than a half million marsh plants to help anchor the sediment in place.

The backpack itself is made of breathable, waterproof material that will survive spilled drinks, mud, and being tossed around.

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Evidence hints that nematodes and certain mud snails use this search strategy.

The Bishop of Tronyem over the ankles in the sodden, trodden pasture—sticking in the mud of Sulitelma!

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