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A fundraiser for a statue of Freya, a walrus that was euthanized in Oslo, Norway, on Sunday, August 14, after gaining international fame, had gathered more than 12,000 NOK (approximately $1,238) by Monday, August 15.Freya the Walrus had become an unlikely local and international celebrity on the Oslo Fjord where she was spotted in July and August.However, the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries said on Sunday that it had euthanized the animal due to a danger to human life.The Directorate said the decision was made based on several dangerous situations caused by the public coming too near the walrus.A fundraiser has been set up in order to raise money for a statue in memory of Freya. Any excess funds will go to the WWF. The fundraiser had collected more than 12,000 NOK (1,238 USD) by Monday.Footage from Frognerkilen in Oslo shows Freya laying on a small boat on July 19. Credit: @bianchalj via Storyful
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This clip, which was filmed on August 14, shows Lake Vyrnwy, Wales. Hot weather has dried up the lake and a secret underwater village has been revealed. This is the first time since 1976 that old buildings, roads, and bridges from the village of Llanwddyn have been exposed. Inhabitants left the small town in 1880 when authorities decided to build a reservoir in order to provide water to the city of Liverpool. The person who captured this video said: "This is our second visit to lake Vyrnwy in the last two weeks of this heat that the UK has been experiencing. We could not believe the difference in two weeks of how much the waters have gone down again".