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"The Firmest Friend" is a really touching, award-winning documentary about forgotten homeless youths in New York City and the incredibly unique bond they share with their pit bulls, a breed that is often demonized as being vicious. Filmmaker Andrew Fixell sensed a real kinship between misunderstood humans and misunderstood dogs and wanted to share it as far and wide as he could. Via: Laughing Squid

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Do animals think? It's a question that has intrigued scientists for thousands of years, inspiring them to come up with different methods and criteria to measure the intelligence of animals. Bryan B Rasmussen navigates through this controversial question, showing how determining intelligence often says more about how humans think than about anything else.



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5 Adorable Cat Videos From Instagram

Cats have taken over the internet, we all knew this. They also have taken over Instagram... so why not just embrace it and share with you the cuteness! 

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Luigi Maestro is a five-year-old Shih-Tzu who loves treats, attention, and cruising down the streets of New York in one of his four luxury cars. Luigi has a Bentley, a Porche, a Ferrari, and a Beemer. And no, these aren't his mom's cars – these cars are his size, remote controlled, and have a trunks that hold his food and water bowls so he can take a break while he's out on the town. Doting dog mom Anisha Lakhani follows behind at a comfortable distance – close enough to keep an eye on him, far enough that she's not cramping his style! People who see him driving past are quick to pull out their phones and snap a picture. Wouldn't you? Can you imagine a cuter guy in a cooler car?! Via: Iheartdogs

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"The art of flying" is a short film about "murmurations": the mysterious flights of the Common Starling. It is still unknown how the thousands of birds are able to fly in such dense swarms without colliding. Every night the starlings gather at dusk to perform their stunning air show. Because of the relatively warm winter of 2014/2015, the starlings stayed in the Netherlands instead of migrating southwards. This gave filmmaker Jan van IJken the opportunity to film one of the most spectacular and amazing natural phenomena on earth.