(Exploring Your Mind) What does science tell us about humor in animals? Everything seems to indicate that some species do have one. However, what does this imply?
(Matt Agorist) In the last 20 months, Dr. Anthony Fauci has propelled himself into a messiah-like state for half of the country and an outright villain to the other half. He has been caught in lie after repeated lie — up to and including lying to Congress, a federal crime of perjury — yet the media has come to his aid repeatedly. After all, “Attacks on me (Dr. Fauci), quite frankly, are attacks on science.” Yes, he actually said that.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Have you ever wondered if all those viral images of animals hugging each other are real? Here are some clues to distinguishing the genuine ones.
(Amanda Thomason, The Western Journal) Rain brings life, especially in the more notoriously arid environments. Plants flourish, animals thrive and life abounds after water hits the earth.
(Virgilio Marin) Plants let out “ultrasonic squeals” when they are damaged or stressed by drought. Researchers at Tel Aviv Universityin Israel discovered this after placing microphones near tomato and tobacco plants. Thanks to the microphones, the researchers were able to detect distinct sounds emanating from the plants.
(Exploring Your Mind) It’s impossible to put together a list of the most beautiful animals in the world because there are far too many. However, we’ve put together a list of 11 of them.
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(Neuroscience News) Among the sac-winged bat family, Saccopteryx bilineata is the most communicative species. Their repertoire of elaborate songs and calls are part of their courtship strategy for mating. Given the complexity of their ‘language,’ these bats start their vocal learning process at a young age.
(JD Heyes) It’s becoming clearer by the day that governments that used to be considered democracies are descending into authoritarian states under the guise of “protecting the people from COVID-19” because the leftists who run them have always been tyrants, apparently.
(Ramon Tomey) Recent reports have touched on animals invading human spaces around the world. The invasions have been blamed on the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and climate change. A number of animals, such as rats, elephants, bears and wild boars, have made their way toward human settlements as their habitats face threats.
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(Vox Day) Especially when he doesn’t trust someone.
(Leisa Audette) A man is seen popping up from the water holding a small gator with a puppy in its mouth. The man never drops the cigar in his mouth while he wrestles the puppy from the gator. He moves toward the water’s edge as he’s trying to get the gator to drop the puppy, and suddenly the puppy falls out and runs away.
(Exploring Your Mind) Clever Hans is a horse that was considered gifted at the beginning of the 20th century. Apparently, he had a prodigious memory and intelligence. Keep reading to learn more!
(Good News Network) Chico is a nine-year-old yellow-crowned Amazon parrot. A species native to tropical South America, these birds are able to repeat human speech in a clear voice and can live often up to an astonishing 100 years old.
(Good News Network) Seeing adorable animals actually helps to reduce stress levels in humans, researchers at England’s University of Leeds have found.
(Judy Cole) All dogs may go to heaven, but when older pooches wind up in shelters, chances of them living out their final years in contentment are slim.