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You've probably heard the phrase, "lucky duck," and in this case, these ducklings really are quite lucky! Terry Hill and Cathy Hogg, who both run the New Forest Home Care Companions in Fordingbridge, heard a mother duck crying and sprung straight into action! 

Mr Hill told BBC News, "Every year there's a duck that nests in the neighbor's garden and every year they come down the road to a stream in our garden but there are also two drains outside. Usually we put cardboard over the drain to stop them falling down but this year we missed it. We took up the two manhole covers and used a hanging basket to get two out. The mother wouldn't leave and stayed there until we got them all. Initially she was alarmed but then she realized were trying to help her."

Thank you Mr Hill and Mrs Hogg's for your quick response! Watch the video below:

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"What were once monsters to be feared are now curious and magnificent creatures that delight. We like to feel that science and exploration has brought about this change." - NOAA Research

This is the very first time a giant squid has been captured on footage in US Waters. Edie Widder, one of the leaders of the research team was funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, told the Washington Post it was "one of the more amazing days at sea I've ever had."

The camera that captured the amazing footage is called Medusa, it employs a red lights invisible to most creatures at deep-sea depths, and was used to lure the animals with its attached "e-jelly" display, which mimics the bioluminescence of a deep-sea jelly fish.

Upon reviewing the Medusa's footage, the team wrote in their mission log, "People quickly gathered around. We knew immediately that it was a squid. It was also big, but because it was coming straight at the camera, it was impossible to tell exactly how big."

The scientists identified it to be a juvenile giant squid, about 10 to 12 feet long. 

Read the full story at Ocean Explorer

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Cole and Marmalade just hit 1 million subscribers on YouTube and is celebrating in a major way -- a catio! A brand new outdoor space, cat friendly, for Cole, Marm, Jugg and Zig Zag! 

Via CatPusic
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Cats don't come when we call them. That's a fact. But there is only one sound that acts like a magnet. Every time. No matter how busy or sleepy they are. We're pretty sure you can guess which sound is just impawssible to ignore.  


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Way too cute and funny! Who else would love to hug this doggo for an eternity?! Looks so soft...If you're not already following @MayaPolarBear on Instagram, you're missing out! 

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You know what they say, "Nothing unites humans like a common enemy." Perhaps the same can be said about cats, too. Santi and Indy don't normally get along but with a very new and real threat appears at home, they have no choice but unite together against the enemy! 

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This Chinese farmer decided to share a glimpse into the daily tricks he has to pull in order to "steal" hos chicken's eggs and the video goes viral.  

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Meet The Brave Veterinarian Who Risks His Life To Rescue Animals From War Zones

Being trapped in a cage as active combat rages around you is actually the terrifying reality for zoo animals living in war zones. Veterinarian Amir Khalil(52) is trying to save as many as he can while risking his own life rushing into trouble spots around the world, treating and evacuating starving and injured animals. Here is his amazing story. 

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Eric, a sweet young man who rescued a baby raccoon after the mother was hit by a car. The baby raccoon was found moving on the side of the road, and with no other babies in sight, Eric decided to take it home where he cared for it for a week. The raccoon was around 5-6 weeks old and still too young to survive on its own. 

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All cat owners know that transporting cats can be a major hassle...  So why not make your own Cat Cab made of a single cardboard box? With a handy handle on top, you can carry your cats when you're on the move. Simple and brilliant. 

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Why don't you make some entertainment for your cat so that he won't get bored when you are out. How about some love TV? it sounds like a Win-Win to us! 


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Imagine Waking Up To An 11-foot Alligator in Your Kitchen

Break-ins are scary enough when there's a human perpetrator, but how about a massive alligator roaming your home at night? That's what happened to one family in Clearwater, Florida. Luckily, authorities remedied the situation before anyone got hurt. Florida gonna Florida. 

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This video sums up beautifully yet sadly our humanity or in other words, modern day slavery. They can't tell you what to do, but they definitely can tell you how to do it. 

Via BBC
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In this fascinating video by the BBC series "Pets: Wild at heart", X-rays show how golden hamsters store incredible amounts of food in their cheek pouches that can stretch all the way back to their hips.

Via Talltanic
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We all know cats are mysterious creatures that might not understand our love for them. This video by Talltanic compiled a pawesome list of things you can do in order let your cat know you absolutely adore him.