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Katy Perry's Album Declared Biohazard In Australia

By DMO Affiliate
Katy Perry's album artwork for Prism is printed on a special seed paper and fans are encouraged to plant the paper and "spread the light." Australian officials' concerns stem from the unknown source of the plant seeds used in the paper. an Australian Department of Agriculture spokesperson said, " Seeds or plant material of international origin may be a weed not present in Australia or the host of a plant pathogen of biosecurity concern." The main reason someone would be bringing an international copy of Prism into Australia is that the CD costs less money in other nations, including the U.S.
Katy Perry's Album Declared Biohazard In Australia

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