Viktor Larkhill 15.02.2018 Two incredible stories… one of appalling human cruelty, another one of redemption in the most unexpected place!


  Viktor Larkhill Am 15.02.2018 veröffentlicht Two incredible stories… one of appalling human cruelty, another one of redemption in the most unexpected place! JOIN MY TEAM! HELP ME SAVE THEM, PLEASE BECOME A SPONSOR ON PATREON!: https://www.patreon.com/LetsAdopt

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Pyeongchang restaurants still serving dog meat during Olympics despite officials ordering them to stop


Pyeongchang restaurants still serving dog meat during Olympics despite officials ordering them to stop By Michelle Gant | Fox News Many restaurants in Pyeongchang county are ignoring requests to stop serving dog meat during the Olympics, with some saying it might threaten their businesses or livelihoods. (Reuters) Despite orders from the government, nearly all restaurants […]

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A park ranger’s guide to visiting national parks during a government shutdown | Popular Science


  A park ranger’s guide to visiting national parks during a government shutdown Shutdowns aren’t as simple as they used to be. By Mark D. Kaufman February 8, 2018 Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park James St. John, via Wikimedia Commons During a government shutdown—when Congress fails to pass a budget that keeps large […]

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Watch beetles shoot hot chemicals from their butts to escape toad bellies | Popular Science


  This beetle has a life-saving fart. David Hill via Flickr There are hundreds of bombardier beetle species on Earth, and you probably wouldn’t want to mess with any of them. They’re famous for spraying piping-hot jets of corrosive chemicals from the tips of their abdomens—effectively, their butts—to ward off predators like ants and praying […]

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