A Colossal Catch

· The largest Colossal squid ever found -- weighing an estimated 990 pounds -- has been caught off Antarctica.

It took fishermen two hours to land the creature, which is more than 30 feet long.

The squid was eating a hooked toothfish when it was hauled from the ocean, a New Zealand fisheries official said, but did not survive. It was taken to New Zealand to be studied.

One of the most mysterious creatures of the deep, Colossal squid can descend to 6,500 feet and are aggressive hunters, scientists say. They can grow more than 40 feet long. Until now, the largest one found was about 660 pounds.

A Teensy Survivor · A baby barely longer than a pen when she was born last fall went home from the hospital this week.

Amillia Sonja Taylor weighed less than 10 ounces at her birth four months ago. She is now 4 1/2 pounds and 15 1/2 inches long -- "healthy and thriving," said a spokeswoman at Baptist Children's Hospital in Miami, Florida. Amillia has some medical problems, but they are not expected to last.

Amillia was born after spending less than 22 weeks inside her mom. Most babies who arrive that early do not survive. Usually babies are born after 37 to 40 weeks.

A Huge Power Bill

· "I guess we shouldn't have run the heater quite so much." That's what Richard Redden thought when the latest electric bill arrived.

It was for $24 billion.

His neighbors in Weatherford, Texas, got similar bills. The company that prints the notices apologized for the mistake.

A Bigger Paycheck

· Wimbledon, the world's most prestigious tennis tournament, has finally agreed to pay women players as much as men.

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