A team of scientists at the University of Exeter have carried out an “autopsy” on a famous giant fatberg. The 64-metre monster, longer in length than the Leaning Tower of Pisa, was discovered lurking under The Esplanade in Devon last year. Cooking fats and domestic hygiene products, such as sanitary towels and wet wipes, were found to have played a pivotal role in the fatberg’s creation, while bones and false teeth were also discovered in the mass.
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They could help fix Britain's 'fatberg' problem.
A fatberg that has been on display in the Museum of London has proven so popular that the museum are considering keeping it, rather than just throwing it away.
The fatberg is infested with flies but could be a vital part of London's history, Museum Of London's curator told HuffPost UK.
In July 2013, Thames Water found a 'fatberg' as big as a bus. If left untreated, great deals of fat could have oozed out of drains, another oddly Dickensian thought...