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Scientists Discover That Moths Drink The Tears From Bird's Eyes And Everyone's Amazed

According to scientists, smaller animals drink the tears of larger animals to acquire nutrients that are not present in running water. 

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20 Very Thirsty Animals

Cats, dogs, birds and other types of animals beating the summer heat by staying hydrated. 

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Cat wiggle ears happily as he drinks milk from a bottle. Pure joy.

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How To Buy Your Cat A Drink

Cat's cannot drink alcohol. 


Even a small sip might put them in a coma, so forget about it.


But sometimes, after a long day at work, when you come home and crack open a cold one, it might be nice to share that moment with your cat. 


HERE IS WHAT YOU'LL NEED:


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John Wells of The Field Lab in Texas, had a simple idea for a video called "The Bucket." He left a camera at the bottom of a bucket of water in the desert near his lab to see if any visitors would come by to take a drink. A bee, a rabbit and even a donkey are some of the surprising visitors.