Cat Saves Owner

Cat Saves Owner

  Cat Saves Owner Hours After Adoption Published by Huffington Post, February 2012       A newly-adopted cat repaid his owner’s loving gesture earlier this month by saving her from a medical emergency just hours after he was brought home, the Green Bay Press Gazette reports. Amy Jung and her son Ethan stopped into The Humane Society

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What Bears Do When You’re Not Looking…

What Bears Do When You’re Not Looking…

    Ever Wonder What Bears Do When You’re Not Looking? Published by Alberta Parks, July 25, 2013     These images were captured with a remote wildlife camera as various species visited a “communications” or “rub” tree in Kananaskis Country, leaving a scent as a form of communication to other bears and animals. The

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The Science of Cute

The Science of Cute

The Science of Cute: What Baby Animals Do To Your Brain Published by Upworthy     Japanese grad students have been investigating one of science’s great mysteries… the impact of cute stuff on our brains. They’ve found a practical way to test how people perform after being exposed to something adorable. First, the study group

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South Africa’s Free State Province Has First Wild Cheetah in 100 Years

South Africa’s Free State Province Has First Wild Cheetah in 100 Years

  South Africa’s Free State Province Has First Wild Cheetah in 100 Years Published June 25, 2013       The cheetah, South Africa’s second-most threatened carnivore, has returned to the country’s Free State province for the first time in 100 years with the reintroduction of two male cheetahs at the privately owned Laohu Valley

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Love, The Most Powerful Medicine

Love, The Most Powerful Medicine

Love, The Most Powerful Medicine For a brief time, hospice nurse, Dean Nash, is able to break down the barriers of sickness and the reality of dying through his 10-year-old Australian Shepherd, Stormy. Bringing Stormy into the Crossroads Hospice, Nash says, offers patients unconditional love — allowing them to temporarily forget about dying and instead

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Bottlenose Dolphins Off the Coast of South Africa

Bottlenose Dolphins Off the Coast of South Africa

Taking a Dip with Bottlenose Dolphins Off the Coast of South Africa For many folks, “swimming with dolphin” is at the top of their bucket list. For the Earth Touch crew, it’s just another day in the water! Watch as they spend some time with a pod of bottlenose dolphins in crystal-clear waters off the

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‘Victory for Bees’

‘Victory for Bees’

  ‘Victory for Bees’ as European Union Bans Neonicotinoid Pesticides Blamed for Destroying Bee Population 5 of the 27 member states voted for a two-year restriction on neonicotinoids despite opposition by countries including Britain By Charlotte McDonald-Gibson, published 29 April 2013   Environmentalists hailed a “victory for bees” today after the European Union voted for

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