Reading While Eating for March 14: Play-Doh Chevy, Tiger Blood Energy Drink, Speed Pi

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Racers from (L-R) the U.S., China, Britain and Canada compete in their mens 5000 metres semi-final at the World Short Track Speed Skating Championships in Sheffield, northern England, March 12, 2011.

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Monday’s links include brilliant photos and psychic animals.

#winning Power: The Charlie Sheen obsession has spawned a Tiger Blood energy drink, sold in an IV-bag style package. This is key for the large population seeking Tiger Blood. (Consumerist)

Sixth Sense: Do some animals detect signals of impending natural disasters? See if their heightened sensitivities are scientific or overstated. (Discovery News)

Chevy’s Latest: To promote the release of its new family Sedan, Chevy parked a Play-Doh replica, using 10,000 cans of the aquamarine goop, on the streets of London Monday. (CBS News)

Photos from Iraq: TIME’s new photo blog LightBox interviewed Eugene Richards on capturing the aftermath of the Iraq War.

Friday Meme: Rebecca Black took the internet by storm last week, when she released the worst song ever written Friday. Now, like all great stars, YouTube is filling up with covers of her masterpiece. (BuzzFeed)

Speed Pi: Today’s the biggest holiday of the year for middle school math and science departments: Pi Day. Watch this girl recite 500 digits in a minute (she knows 2,000). (Daily What)

The Earthquake’s Aftermath: See shocking photos of life in Japan, after the country was rocked by an earthquake Friday. (LIFE)

Must See: Think your relatives like to boogie at family events? These guys could give them a run for their money.