(Jade Small) Guinea Pigs are not only rich in personality, but some also sport beautiful coats ranging from short, curly, to long tresses even Rapunzel would envy!
(Strange Sounds) Even today, nobody can reliably predict when and where an earthquake will occur.
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(Mayukh Saha) How many times have we seen an utterly gorgeous dog sticking his head out of a car window and enjoying the wind on his face? Countless times, I guess. Well, dogs do love to take a good whiff of the environment around them. And being in closed quarters do tend to cramp them up. Yet, the real reason why they do it is that they absolutely love engaging their scent receptors. They go in overdrive as they are passing through an absolute medley of senses. This seems quite interesting when you put it in the context that a dog has over 300 million scent receptors, while humans have just 6 million. So, let your damn dog stick his head out and sniff the world, would you? Don’t worry because they are simply sniffing food, not new owners.
(Jade Small) It must be surreal when a lifelong dream becomes reality and the moment is captured on film forever. Wildlife photographer Kirsty Taylor had her dream fulfilled when she shared an unbelievable moment with a gorilla mom and her tiny, adorable curly-haired baby in Rwanda.
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(Mayukh Saha) If you are an artist, the world is your canvas. And this sand artist took the phrase literally. After realizing the amazing artistic gift he has, he dedicated 10 years of his life to perfect his craft.
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(Michael Snyder) More than 26 million Americans have lost their jobs during these coronavirus lockdowns so far, and this has created unprecedented demand at food banks all over the nation. In many cities, vehicles start lining up at the food banks at the crack of dawn, and in some instances the lines have literally stretched for miles.
(Anthony McLennan) Whales beachings have long been linked with underwater sounds caused by naval sonar- now scientists believe they have strong evidence that this is the case.
(Return To Now) 14 elephants broke into Chinese villagers’ wine vats, partied in their tea gardens and then passed out
(Uposcl) Despite the fact that the coronavirus has resulted in thousands of victims and has advanced in leaps and bounds, not everything is bad news. Not really, because although we humans are quarantining to avoid further infections and stop the disease, the world has shown us that it’s been able to take a breather and, little by little, it’s gone cleaning itself up.
Animals that Love Each Other — A Little Inspiration For Your Day (Video)
(Carley Cessalla) It’s been nearly nine years since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, and the natural world has wasted no time in reclaiming its space.
(Elias Marat) Helicopters are dropping thousands of pounds of food for animals starving to death amid Australia’s fires.
(Mayukh Saha) In a touching act of gratitude, a swan hugged the man who had helped him recover from an injury. A few years back, Richard Wiese had visited the Abbotsbury Swannery in the UK. He was there to host a show called “Born to Explore”. This was the first time he met this injured swan.
(Carly Cassella) After spending at least 30,000 years living alongside humans, dogs have become really good at reading our emotions.