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New Study Reveals Grey Reef Sharks Form Long-Lasting 'Friendships'

Sharks who form long-lasting friendships with one another? That's actually really cute.

According to a team of scientists, in Florida, they have recently discovered that grey reef sharks form long-lasting relationships with one another. Yannis Papastamatiou, a member of the team studying this phenomenon, said "We don't think of sharks as social animals, but they do have social groups."

The grey reef sharks are large-eyed sharks who roam the Pacific and Indian ocean. They are known to be aggressive nocturnal predators but it turns out they have a soft side when it comes to other grey reef sharks. 

Story via The Independent

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Social Criticism On The Way Humanity Treats Animals In 13 Haunting Illustrations

Steffen Kraft aka ICONEO describes himself on his Instagram page as ARTivist. That means he uses his beautiful art to highlight the major problems in our modern world. We have brought you the ones that are dealing with the ironic and even hypocritical way humanity treats animals. 

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Join The New cat Trend “First Caturday”

A new community named "First Carurday" is organizing a monthly social meetings of cats and their owners in public parks around the country. Sounds like fun, right? read all you need to know about this great new trend.

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