Our Daily Planet: South Korea 'Snow Bomb' and Valentine's Day Cave Dining
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Korea 'Snow Bomb': The heaviest snowfall in more than a century on South Korea's eastern coast has forced the government to deploy thousands of soldiers to rescue stranded residents. [Related: World's Snow Cover Seen from Space .]
Wild (Robo) Goose Chase: Wildlife rescuers practice safely capturing wounded or imperiled birds using a robot decoy.
China Drought: While massive winter storms are pounding parts of the planet, China has the opposite problem. They haven't had this little rainfall in 60 years.
Cave Dining: For a unique Valentine's Day experience, try five-star dining in a cave. [Related: Say it With Flowers: Sweet (and Not So) Valentines .]
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