Dolphins are mammals and are very similar to humans in that they rely on their mother for food. They also tend to stick together with their family, which is known as a "pod." When a loving dog sees that there is a problem with a dolphin on the shore, he immediately alerts his owner.
In this video, you are shown a dolphin that gets lost from his pod and washed up on shore. When this dog, Leia, finds a baby dolphin stuck in the rising tide, her owner knows exactly what to do to save it. It takes some coaxing, but you can see how well they work together to ensure the safe return of the dolphin. They even decide to give it a name after saving it from a life-threatening situation. It's an awesome rescue that all of them will never forget.
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This 47-year-old male orangutan's name is Rajang. While he has always been popular with visitors at the Colchester Zoo in England, it's what he did recently with this pregnant woman that is getting him global attention.
A 23-year-old woman named Maisie Knight was visiting the zoo with her partner when they decided to stop by Rajang's enclosure. Maisie pressed her growing belly up against the glass and this loving orangutan responded by kissing it through the glass. If that doesn't make you smile, then I am not sure what will. This couple noted that after the camera was shut off, this woman's partner put his belly against the glass, and didn't seem to get a reaction at all. The keepers describe this 47-year-old ape as being popular because he often interacts with people in ways that are truly unique.
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An evolutionary worldview cannot logically fault a dentist from Minnesota for killing a well-known lion, anymore than it can fault a lion for killing one of its own. Evolution provides no logical basis for morality. That's not to say individual evolutionists don't have their own personal definitions of right and wrong. But their subjective opinions are rooted in feelings rather than fact.
Man has his own primal instincts. And for the evolutionist, man is simply another expression of the animal kingdom. Lions have the instinct to kill, and so why can't a dentist?
The doctrine of evolution knows nothing of man having a soul. And without a soul, can a dentist really be blamed for killing Cecil the Lion? After all, lions don't have a conscience. And isn't that dentist just an advanced version of the lion? So why blame the dentist? He doesn't know any better. That is, if evolution is true, and God is dead. more >>
Full disclosure: I don't hunt much. It's not my thing. But I have friends who hunt birds. I understand at some level why they like it. Doves and ducks just seem to be asking for it. My friends call it a sport. It's not a sport. A sport is where both sides know they are playing and also have high-powered rifles. Then it is a fair fight.
The culture around big game hunting took a hit last week when social media, primarily on the left, terrorized Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer, DDS-Bag, for shooting Cecil the Lion. The hunter became the hunted. Twitter and Yelp now equate to the old days when a villain was taken to the town square and publicly whipped.
Yet certain people, compensating for something, love to hunt and kill, even when animals are in quasi-captivity like Cecil the Lion. Not surprisingly, the often shirtless Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, likes to be seen killing exotic animals. He even killed a fish with a spear gun — and there was nothing the manager of the Moscow Red Lobster could do about it. more >>
Photos have been posted online purporting to show the Islamic State's new attack strategy — using innocent chickens and hens as suicide bombers to kill their enemies.
The Daily Mail reports that both pro-IS and anti-IS tweeters have shared pictures of what appears to be chickens with improvised explosive devices strapped onto them.
According to the British news agency, claims have been made that IS is equipping chickens with explosives in the Iraqi city of Fallujah. The chickens are then encouraged by the militants to venture into the opposition's territory, where IS militants remotely detonate the explosives and kill opposition fighters that are within the striking distance of the birds. more >>
It's hard to be any cuter than this leashed little duckling. When this man took in this 4-week-old duckling, he probably wasn't expecting a walking partner. When you see this adorable duckling walk around on a leash like a dog, you will have a HUGE smile on your face!
Although most people don't take in ducks, they certainly make fun and unique pets. Ducks don't have the reputation for being so cuddly. But, believe it or not, they are intelligent and playful. They enjoy playing with toys and can be trained to do many things. Different breeds of ducks have different amounts of energy and it's amazing to see. This little duck will touch your heart when you see him waddling.
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