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  1. Medical Examiners Office personnel and Gainesville Police remove items from a Gainesville home after discovering jars of human tongues beneath the home Monday. [WCJB TV20]
  2. A courthouse regular snapped this image of a llama, named Thaddeus, as the animal strode past the Hillsborough County courthouse Monday. The llama's visit to Tampa became a social media sensation. [Janese Caruthers]
  3. Police say Terrence Hoover, right, broke into a $4 million Vinoy Place condo on Jan. 17. The penthouse is owned by Scott Swift, left, the father of supererstar Taylor Swift. [CHRIS URSO   |  [CHRIS URSO | Times and Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]]
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  5. A Burmese python moves through the grass during a demonstration by the Florida Fish and Conservation Commission for the news media to promote the Python Challenge in 2015. Florida is hiring more python hunters and expanding the area where they can stalk the invasive snakes. [Associated Press]
  6. An undated image of Florida State Fair attendees enjoying a roller coaster. [Burgert Brothers | Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System]
  7. Ahmad Weston, left, and Charleston Long are awaiting trial in federal court. They are accused of running a drug ring out of their mother's apartment in a downtown St. Pete senior complex. [CHRIS URSO    |   Times and Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  8. Word spread on social media claiming NASA said that Monday was the only day that a broom could stand upright on its own due to the earth's gravitational pull. But NASA never confirmed this. [Twitter]
  9. In this March 22, 1994 photo, artist Michael Diana, right, sits in court as his attorneys discuss jury selection in his obscenity trial. Diana became the first cartoonist in U.S. history to be jailed for obscenity. [RIVENBARK, MAURICE  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  10. Willard Harlow Moore, 45, faces charges of impersonating a police officer, driving under the influence and refusing to submit for testing in connection with an incident in the Venetian Isles area of St. Pete Monday night. [Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  11. Left: A photograph of Hazel, also known as DayDay. Right: Beer cans from Motorworks Brewery show shelter dogs on the label, including an image of Hazel. [Courtesy of Manatee County Animal Services]
  12. Jack Estes Debrabander, 20, was arrested on two misdemeanor charges of simple battery after St. Petersburg police said he peed off a balcony at 260 First nightclub, hitting two women on a bench below. [Pinellas County Sheriff's Office]
  13. Some of the unclaimed property the state collects comes from unused safe deposit boxes. [Times (2007)] [JULIE BUSCH  |  Tampa Bay Times]
  14. How far would you go to return $318,000? [LM OTERO  |  AP]
  15. Old Bay released its new, limited edition hot sauce Wednesday and sold out online within an hour. [Old Bay]
  16. In this Jan. 24 photo, Lincoln, a Nubian goat, stands in her pen in Fair Haven, Vt. She is running for a second term as honorary mayor of the town against Sammy, a German Sheperd police dog, as a fund-raiser for a community playground. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke) [LISA RATHKE  |  AP]
  17. Ramon Christopher Blanchett. [Courtesy of Ramon Christopher Blanchett] [Ramon Christopher Blanchett]
  18. Draped against the St. Petersburg skyline on Tuesday evening on January 14, 2020, the Bella Vita is visible as it docks in Port St. Pete. The yacht is nearly 250 feet long and costs about $650,000 to charter for a week in the winter, according to broker Moran Yacht and Ship. It can accommodate 12 passengers between its six staterooms and six decks, and a staff of 22. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  19. U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz and Florida Rep. Chris Latvala. [Times]
  20. This Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission photo shows an escaped pet Asian water monitor lizard after it was captured in Davie in 2018.  (Eric Suarez/Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission via AP) [ERIC SUAREZ  |  AP]
  21. The U.S. Mint revealed its latest design of its America the Beautiful Quarter program featuring the Samoan fruit bat in honor of the National Park of American Samoa. [U.S. Mint] [U.S. Mint]
  22. Kris Rotonda, the founder of Jordan's Way charity, snaps a selfie on night two of his 10-night stay with a dog that was previously up for adoption at the Humane Society of Pasco County. [Courtesy of Kris Rotonda]
  23. Florida no longer provides free juice at welcome centers. [Times (2015)] [Tampa Tribune]
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