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Scientists In Germany Have Success Potty Training A Herd of Cows

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez.

There are more than a billion cows sharing the planet with us. But some of what they share can be a big problem for the environment. The massive amounts of pee they produce can pollute streams and rivers. But scientists in Germany have potty trained a herd of cows. When the cows go in a designated area, it can be treated to make it less harmful. Scientists are calling this bovine toilet the MooLoo because of course they are.

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