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These men aren't hurting this rhino. According to the source: "For some endangered rhinos, a 1,000-mile journey to rescue from them poachers starts with a helicopter ride — hanging upside down, blindfolded and sedated. That might sound uncomfortable, but experts say it's easier ... than by other means. This new procedure is gentler on the darted rhino because it shortens the time it has to be kept asleep with drugs."

These men aren't hurting this rhino. According to the source: "For some endangered rhinos, a 1,000-mile journey to rescue from them poachers starts with a helicopter ride — hanging upside down, blindfolded and sedated. That might sound uncomfortable, but experts say it's easier ... than by other means. This new procedure is gentler on the darted rhino because it shortens the time it has to be kept asleep with drugs."

Is this a tiny baby dragon? Sadly, no, it's a Blue Sea Slug. http://thejunglestore.blogspot.com/2013/01/proof-that-dragons-are-real.html

Is this a tiny baby dragon? Sadly, no, it's a Blue Sea Slug. http://thejunglestore.blogspot.com/2013/01/proof-that-dragons-are-real.html

Guanaco - (Wikipedia) Guanacos are often found at high altitudes, up to 13,000 feet above sea level, except in Patagonia, where these altitudes corresponds to glacial horns and glaciers. To survive the low oxygen levels found at these high altitudes, they must have extra red blood cells—a teaspoon of guanaco blood contains about 68 million red blood cells—4 times that of a human.

Guanaco - (Wikipedia) Guanacos are often found at high altitudes, up to 13,000 feet above sea level, except in Patagonia, where these altitudes corresponds to glacial horns and glaciers. To survive the low oxygen levels found at these high altitudes, they must have extra red blood cells—a teaspoon of guanaco blood contains about 68 million red blood cells—4 times that of a human.

Labrador retriever Hawkeye lays by the casket during the funeral of his owner, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, 35, in 2011 in Rockford, Iowa. Tumilson was one of 38 killed on August 6 when a rocket-propelled grenade took out a U.S. Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan.

Labrador retriever Hawkeye lays by the casket during the funeral of his owner, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, 35, in 2011 in Rockford, Iowa. Tumilson was one of 38 killed on August 6 when a rocket-propelled grenade took out a U.S. Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan.

Plastic bags this is why we don't use them. Turtles think they look like food digest them & die,  or get caught up in them it wraps around them & they become deformed when they grow up.

Plastic bags this is why we don't use them. Turtles think they look like food digest them & die, or get caught up in them it wraps around them & they become deformed when they grow up.

Here come the elephants! Surveys of the circus-going public consistently rate the elephant as their favorite act. In fact, in America we have been paying to see the them since 1796, when Captain Jacob Crowninshield brought the first elephant to this country. We don’t know the animal’s name. It was simply advertised as The Elephant.

Here come the elephants! Surveys of the circus-going public consistently rate the elephant as their favorite act. In fact, in America we have been paying to see the them since 1796, when Captain Jacob Crowninshield brought the first elephant to this country. We don’t know the animal’s name. It was simply advertised as The Elephant.

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