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He said attempts to share it with a wider audience at the time were fruitless."I even remember us paying a PR guy from the United States who spreads You Tube videos," he said."I paid a couple of hundred dollars and nothing really came out of it apart from a few hundred views."Dr Obreschkow said The Science World team were equally surprised by the video's success; their Facebook page has more than 700,000 followers.

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He said the video was posted on Facebook by The Science World on April 11 and was quickly shared around cyberspace.

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