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Conservationist, entomologist and television host Phil Torres of Jungle Diaries, who spent two years in the Peruvian Amazon, captured on video the remarkable sight of flocks of colorful butterflies swarming around the faces of turtles, truly looking as if they were animated characters out of a Disney film. As it turns out, these lepidopteran insects were drinking the tears of the turtles as a means to get the sodium and other minerals needed to regulate their metabolism, boost their reproduction and ensure their survival. Nature is beautiful! 

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Just because cats don't like to work doesn't mean they don't enjoy watching other people work. 

The Yuzo No Le cat cafe in Japan is located next to a rice paddy and there's nothing the feline residents of this cafe love more than watching the owner farmer next door planting his rice. Watch this adorable video.  


 




'I was concerned when my daughter came back from walking the dog.. without the dog' 😂😂

'I was concerned when my daughter came back from walking the dog.. without the dog' 😂😂

Posted by Pretty 52 on Thursday, May 2, 2019
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This mother on facebook shared this video she took of her daughter who had returned from a walk without the dog — or so she thought...

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Catfinated is the new brilliant video by Aaaron's animals. This time, he checks what happens when cats start drinking this human addictive and energizing drink. And that, ladies and gentleman, is what we call the perfect cat breakfast. 

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We all know that cats use their whiskers not only to balance, but to also navigate their way through tight spaces. But there's so much more to what these twitchy little cat adornments can do. In fact, they have little muscles that control them at the base which can point them forward to detect their prey! BBC Earth took a look at how cats use their whiskers in slow motion, and the results were purrfect! Watch and see for yourself. 

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Apperantly, Cat Owners can feel Purrfectly safe in their homes as cats protect them from any unwanted intruders. 

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Baby Sloth Reunited With Lost Mom Thanks To a Creative Technique Used By Wildlife Rescuers

Volunteers from Jaguar Rescue Center in Costa Rica played recordings of displaced baby's cries over handheld speaker to locate brown-throated three-toed sloth mother. The infant was returned to its mother in a moving video. Via: National Geographic

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Built from pressure treated wood and vinyl coated steel fence, this massive catio features elevated platforms throughout with ramps and stairs, fun platforms to jump between, multiple cat houses for shelter and 4 large litter boxes. There is even a tunnel cats must go through in order to get there. 

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Hello Kitty Island is a three-story museum on Jeju Island in South Korea. It is also home to the world's-largest character collection. The people of Insider provided us with the opportunity of peaking into this heaven....

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Dogs can't wait to climb aboard the Doggie School Bus, which takes them to an outdoor dog day care in West Linn, Oregon. 

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Jeff Watson from Indiana has been a bear handler for 29 years now. He got his two bears as cubs 7 years ago by tourist attraction in Georgia that aws going out of business. The two bears, Bob and Screech, live with him as family memebers and also form part of his educational presentations where he teaches people how to co-exist more safely with the grizzlies. You can follow Jeff on his FB page. 

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While Jeff Molyneaux was driving back from a hike in Hetch Hetchy with his family, they were suddenly stumbled on two bear cubs and their mother. Watch these two playful creatures. 

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Young Girl Trained Her Bird To Attack On Command And It's Terrifying... And Funny

The Avengers could've really used this kid when it came to defeating Thanos! When Twitter user @Apex_sH shared a short clip of his young niece who seemed to have trained her parakeet to attack anyone she screams at... it immediately viral. And the reactions came flooding in. 

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