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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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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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Dying Dog Lives Just Long Enough to Walk Down the Aisle at His Human's Wedding

"Sweet Charlie is this bride's beloved dog. He has a brain tumor and is on his last few days on this planet. He used up all of his energy before the wedding and didn't have the strength to make it back up the aisle - so the maid of honor scooped him up and carried him. She's 5'3". He's 80 pounds. There isn't enough mascara in the world for these moments." -JenDz

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