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There's more to this rusty screw than meets the eye! Very tricky hide. Just remember you'd need to use an existing hole for this hide; you can't drill holes in something you don't own to hide a geocache. #IBGCp

There's more to this rusty screw than meets the eye! Very tricky hide. Just remember you'd need to use an existing hole for this hide; you can't drill holes in something you don't own to hide a geocache.

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.

Have you ever heard the story of Laika, the Soviet Space Dog? In Laika (shown above) became the first living creature to orbit the Earth, when Soviet scientists launched the 13 lb. canine into orbit aboard a.

Space Chimp Ham, 1961

Ham became the first chimpanzee in space on 31 January He reached an altitude of 157 miles and speed of 5857 mph, during which he was weightless for minutes. Ham was apparently only slightly fatigued and dehydrated after his ordeal

NMMSH  Laika, the first canine launched into space, is shown training in her space suit, in the Soviet publication "Animals: Pioneers of Outer

NMMSH Laika, the first canine launched into space, is shown training in her space suit, in the Soviet publication "Animals: Pioneers of Outer

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.

Have you ever heard the story of Laika, the Soviet Space Dog? In Laika (shown above) became the first living creature to orbit the Earth, when Soviet scientists launched the 13 lb. canine into orbit aboard a.

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.

Canine cosmonaut: Malyshka, a Russian space dog, poses here in its snug-fitting space suit with a transparent space helmet beside it in 1957

Most dogs who went to space didn't make it back. A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.

A moment of silence please. But at least they went into orbit they got to wear special suits; here's what they looked like.