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The Unlikely Friendship Between Jaguar and Dog Is Truly Amazing

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Indeed, animals keeps on surprising us with their complex relationship with other animals of not their kinds. It is peculiar to see two different animals to be the best buddies especially if one is known for being a mighty land predator.

Known for killing their prey with one powerful bite, Jaguars are definitely one of the most feared big cats in South Africa.

Jaguars lives alone but surprisingly, a Jaguar named “Jag” became best friends with Bullet the Jack Russel dog. These two become the best of friends when Jag was moved to the Akwaaba Lodge in South Africa.

The relationship of these two is rather fascinating – playing, sleeping, and even eating together for the whole day, definitely something not very common for both animals of a different kind.

They like playing it rough but what’s funny is that Bullet is the dominant one even though Jag is a definitely more powerful. Jag is very delicate when playing with Bullet and will stop at once when the dog barks or growls.

It is interesting to note the relationship between the two, it just proves that commonality is not a big factor for two individuals to become best buddies in life.

This adorable baby baboon was shot and taken from his mother – rescuers came to his aid

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This traumatized baby orangutan has been in the care of the Orangutan Centre in Ketapang, West Kalimantan after he was brutally shot and taken away from his mother. The caregivers were finally able to rehabilitate him to the point of making it possible to remove the bullet lodged in his skin.

After extensive rehabilitation, Didik, as they have named him, is an orangutan that has captured hearts around the world. It was a long and extensive process that took the expertise of many to save Didik, but teams who didn’t even know each other worked together to offer all they could to contribute to saving his life. No wonder he is so popular! Who couldn’t love a face like that?!

When Didik was first brought to the International Animal Rescue’s (IAR) orangutan center in Ketapang, West Kalimantan, he was an Indonesian Borneo with a bullet lodged directly into the skin of his shoulder. The IAR staff were immediately alerted to Didik’s condition. He had been temporarily been taken in by a local shopkeeper who lived in the area. After many challenging months of surgeries and rehabilitation, little Didik was finally turning the corner and on the mend.

He is among other orphans who he interacts with regularly and is currently kearning how to become an expert climber, a skill he develops alongside his fellow orphans, and one he should have been able to learn with his mother.

 

 

Credit: Barcroft Animals

White baby baboon is easy to point out given his rare white fur condition

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This baby baboon is a monkey of another color! He definitely knows how to stand out in a crowd, but through no intentional purposes of his own. You’ll notice that the mother of this little cutie keep an extra careful watch on him, knowing that his skin and fur color make him a target of other animals that would see this difference as a sign of weakness, and an easier prey to catch. This pure white fur this baboon is wearing is from a condition called leucism. Leucism is a condition that does not affect an animal’s health at all, but it does result in white, pale or patchy skin colors. The partial loss of pigmentation is not the same rarity known as Albinism. No, this baboon still has original or “normal” colored eyes. This baby baboon was discovered by a travel photographer, Su Elliot. She happened across the unique baboon known as Albo. That was the name she gave him, anyway. Elliot was on assignment filming at the Marula Lodge National Park in Zambia when she caught both still photos and video of this rarity.

Horror on London travel as lady is shot passed in ‘cycle-by attack’

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Police rushed to a stage in Malvern Road, Brent, north-west London after a heartless killing.

According to rising reports a lady was station with a organisation of other people, during 9pm on Friday night, when they were “approached by a series of suspects presumably on pedal cycles”.

‘We have to send a message’ Scots unfortunate to stay in UK opinion tactically to keep out SNP

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Nicola Sturgeon has attempted to manipulate a Brexit vote, where 62 per cent of Scots voted to sojourn in a EU, into pulling for a need for a second autonomy referendum.

This tactic has murderous electorate in Scotland, who wish to send a jingoist celebration a summary on Jun 8. 

Professor John Curtice said: “It looks as if a jingoist pro-Brexiters might have defected from a party.

“The SNP might have mislaid a support of some of a some-more Eurosceptic voters, in some cases maybe to a Conservatives.”

Gordon Canning, a late consultant who has voted Labour all his life, said: “Many people in Scotland do not wish independence.

“It’s astray of Sturgeon to make Brexit into an autonomy vote.”

BREAKING: Armed military swoop on retard of flats in Sheffield

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Police have hermetic off partial of Shirecliffe Road, nearby to Parkwood Springs where officers seem to be traffic with an occurrence in a retard of flats.

Photos from a stage uncover a puncture services, including armed military and sniffer dogs, as they understanding with a incident.

An eyewitness, who wishes to sojourn anonymous, told a Star: “We saw armed military indicating guns towards a retard of flats.

“There are about 5 cars and a dog section was there. The military are still there now.”

A proprietor from a retard of flats, who has been told he can't entrance his home until a end of a incident, says officers told him they were endangered for a mental health of a male inside a building.

He said: “It is to keep him protected and others in a community. With a high risks going on they they are holding additional measures.”

Ariana Grande fans respond to star’s Twitter post about Manchester tragedy

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Ariana Grande took to Twitter in a intense post to her 46 million supporters on Friday, writing: “We will not quit or work in fear. We won’t let this order us. We won’t let hatred win.”

Social media users fast responded to a cocktail star’s guarantee to lapse and perform in Manchester.

One user wrote, “I am so unapproachable of we and your poise Ari. You enthuse us. #StayStrong.

Another said, “We adore we and we’ll always be here chick stay clever I’m so unapproachable of how we rubbed everything.”

ARIANA GRANDE VOWS RETURN TO MANCHESTER: ‘WE WON’T LET THIS DIVIDE US’

Grande has been jarred by a occurrence in that 22 people were killed by a self-murder militant outward her unison in Macnchester, England. The thespian dangling several dates of her debate and returned to her home in Florida after a attack.

This is a initial time that a 23-year-old addressed a militant conflict given her twitter on May 22 that simply read, “broken. from a bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”
 

Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor separate after 17 years of marriage

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Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor are streamer their apart ways.

The couple, who married in May 2000 after assembly on a set of a TV commander called “Heat Vision and Jack,” have motionless to apart after being married 17 years, Entertainment Tonight initial reported.

“With extensive adore and honour for any other, and a 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made a preference to separate,” Stiller and Taylor pronounced in a matter expelled to Page Six. “Our priority will continue to be lifting a children as clinging relatives and a closest of friends. We pleasantly ask that a media honour a remoteness during this time.”

The New York Post contributed to this report

Celebrities who served their country

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Henry Fonda, left, portrayed Adm. Nimitz, Glenn Ford, center, was Adm. Spruance, and Robert Mitchum was Adm. Bull Halsey in a 1975 film “Midway.” 

Fonda fought in a Navy in World War II and was given a Bronze Star.

(AP)

9to5Rewards: Sphero’s Star Wars BB-8 iPhone-controlled droid [Giveaway]

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This week’s 9to5Rewards partner is Wellbots, a US-based online retailer that specializes in smart products like drones, robots, wearables, home automation devices, connected toys and more.

The company has the iPhone-controlled Sphero BB-8 Star Wars Droid to give away to 9to5Mac readers this week. 


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The BB-8 by Sphero stands about 5-inches tall, has a max speed of 4.5 mph, and is controlled with your iPhone (or other smartphone) using a companion app from Sphero, or by using voice commands.

This is your chance to own and operate your own version of the latest Star Wars droid. Check it out in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.  The Sphero BB-8 App-enabled Droid is a Star Wars inspired droid that is capable of responding to your voice and commands.  The droid is equipped with adaptive technology that allows its reactions and noises to change based on the interactions it has with you. The direction the droid travels is controlled using an Android or iOS smart device. Experience the fun of having your own operational Star Wars inspired droid!

Main Features

  • Max Speed 4.5 mph (7ft/s)
  • Compatible with Android iOS
  • Free Sphero BB-8 App
  • 30 m Range
  • 60 minute Battery Life
  • Approximately 5 inches tall
  • Gyroscope Accelerometer supported internal guidance system
  • Holographic video recording
  • Automated ‘Patrol Routes’
  • Material: Durable Polycarbonate shell

As always, we’ll announce winners from the previous week’s giveaway here each week. Last week’s winners of our TwelveSouth Action Sleeve for Apple Watch are @nymikel and @michaelzerby. 

This week’s giveaway is open to readers in the US. 

How to enter?

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