These stories are worth a click

By People Staff
Updated November 16, 2011 05:10 PM

These stories are worth a click:

Want some panda excrement with your tea? A college lecturer at China’s Sinchuan University has created a tea that is fertilized with panda droppings. The tea, which has not yet hit the market, could have a market price as high as $79,000 for 2 lbs. –World News Australia

Pet insurance fraud is rising in the U.K., where false claims have quadrupled in a year. Insurance companies also believe pet owners are claiming early death payouts by selling or killing their pets. –Telegraph

There are now more cats than inmates at a Florida prison after dozens of strays burrowed under the state-run facility’s fences. The cats will be removed and found new homes because the prison will close next month. –AP

Daniel, a dog that survived euthanasia at an Alabama shelter, has found a new home in New Jersey and is settling in nicely with the family’s four other dogs. –The Star-Ledger

A dolphin at a Swiss amusement park died 20 days after a large techno party was held next door. The 8-year-old dolphins immune system may have been damaged due to the loud noises from the party, which lasted 16 hours. –The Local