Good Things: July 22, 2010

Good Things: July 22, 2010

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Let's take a look at some of the Good Things in the news...

In order to save money, a group of six grooms.. who were all related.. got married at the same time. The large ceremony was held in the West Bank city of Hebron. The grooms decided to keep with  a local tradition that keeps men and women separate during the wedding ritual. The price of weddings have sky-rocketed in Palestine, which prevents a lot of young couples from marrying.

Two manatees are back in the warm waters of Florida tonight. They were rescued this past winter. One was sick; the other was suffering from cold stress. They were rehabilitated at the Miami Sea-Quarium before being released. Scientists will monitor their condition in the wild and make sure they can adapt back to their natural environment.

He's back!! Paul the psychic octopus may have retired as an oracle, but he's still basking in the glory of his perfect World Cup predictions. Paul was honored at the German Aquarium where he lives.. by some representatives from Spain. If you remember, Paul picked Spain to win the cup over Germany. Paul was presented with gifts including a bronze likeness of himself.

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