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Celebrate Thanksgiving by Giving Thanks for Life

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Celebrate Thanksgiving by Giving Thanks for Life

Thanksgiving Day is an annual national holiday in the United States and Canada. According to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), more than 46 million turkeys are killed annually for Thanksgiving. Can you believe that in the 21st century, some human beings are so insensitive to suffering and brutality? There are so many plant-based food options you can explore for your celebration of gratitude. If you truly want to express your gratitude for God’s blessings with a feast, I would suggest that killing my kind for food, or any animal for that matter, is totally inappropriate. So, it’s time to break from that old tradition and try something new. And one of those is to Adopt Turkey instead of eating one.
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2019-11-28   691 Преглед
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2019-11-28

Better Understanding Animals: Marie-Noëlle Baroni and Telepathic Animal Communicator Laila del Monte (vegetarian), Part 1 of 3

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Better Understanding Animals: Marie-Noëlle Baroni and Telepathic Animal Communicator Laila del Monte (vegetarian), Part 1 of 3

It will feature excerpts from our interview with the gifted American communicator Ms. del Monte and Ms. Baroni, who rescues animals and coaches some of them for filmmakers who wish to feature them in their movies. Laila del Monte has been communicating with animals since she was a child. At first, she thought it was something everyone could do. When she realized that her ability was a unique talent, she cultivated it and chose to dedicate her life to helping animals of all kinds. Marie-Noëlle Baroni, from France turned a natural affinity with animals into a special service for the motion-picture industry. The makers of “The Fox and the Child” as well as “Seasons” enlisted her to train the starring animals. She lives on her own educational farm, where visitors can meet some non-human movie stars and learn about caring for animals. “My name is Laila del Monte, and I communicate with animals. And so it’s a long journey of 25 years to transmit information about animal consciousness to people through teachings, seminars all over the world. There are people like Marie-Noëlle who work daily with animals. They establish a kind of silence-connection – I don’t really know what to call it. There is an internal silence and a connection that is established with the animal from day to day.” “But the extraordinary thing is that everybody has this ability. Everybody, from the youngest to the oldest, everybody has this. It’s like all learning.” “They teach us all the time, but we are the ones who have to learn. We have a responsibility to know them, to know their minds and to know how they work. They exist, they are there, and it is we who destroy their environment, and we are the ones who make all the mistakes. So our responsibility is to approach and understand them. And by understanding their consciousness, that’s how we can transform a little bit the things that are happening on our planet.”
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2020-08-07   657 Преглед
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2020-08-07

Chipmunks - Enjoyers of Solitude

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Chipmunks - Enjoyers of Solitude

We chipmunks are the smallest members of the squirrel family and are known for our burrowing habits and love of nuts. We are identified by our pudgy cheeks, bushy tails, and white and black stripes that run down our backs. We can come in various shades of brown, yellow, and gray fur. Chipmunks like to be alone and we normally ignore one another and are only seen in pairs during the mating season i
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2019-12-17   376 Преглед
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2019-12-17

The Elegant and Athletic Chamois

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The Elegant and Athletic Chamois

I am Alvin, a vegan chamois from the magnificent Swiss AIps. Our distinctive features are a whitish head, black markings below the eyes, and a pair of hooked horns. Originally, we chose the rocky and rugged mountains as our habitat to avoid predators. This also explains why chamois became fast runners and high jumpers. By nature, we have very good eyesight and a keen sense of smell. In the wild, we normally have a life expectancy of 15 to 17 years. Nowadays, we are threatened by other kinds of human activity, as well as the climate crisis. Please allow me to point out that the underlying problem we face is human greed. For example, even though certain chamois subspecies are protected under the European Habitat Directive, that doesn’t stop some individuals from hunting illegally. And even though the United Nations has called for an urgent reduction in meat consumption - to address both the climate crisis and human health problems - some people still deny the facts and continue to eat animals.
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2020-03-20   390 Преглед
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2020-03-20

Amazing Transparent Animals!

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Amazing Transparent Animals!

There are many other transparent animals in the ocean including the sea salp, glass sponge, transparent sea cucumber, ghost shrimp, glass squid, glass octopus, transparent-headed barreleye fish, juvenile surgeonfish, sea angel, sea walnut, and more. Research shows that these majestic beings play an important role in removing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Scientists found o
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2019-10-21   474 Преглед
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2019-10-21

The Endearing Lemurs of Madagascar

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The Endearing Lemurs of Madagascar

Located in the Indian Ocean 400 kilometers off the eastern coast of Africa, this magical place is the fourth largest island in the world after Greenland, New Guinea, and Borneo. Isolated from other landmasses for 88 million years, Madagascar is home to an abundance of unique and unusual species of wildlife. Nearly 90% of animals and plants are endemic, which means they are found nowhere else in the world. The rare and precious examples of these animals include lemurs like me, fossas, tomato frogs, and Madagascar long-eared owls. We lemurs are mammals and primates, and there are around 111 existing species of us. Mostly, we have a foxlike snout, large eyes, and a lengthy tail. Our four fingers are slender and our thumb is short, ending in a dark colored nail. Sizes vary depending on species. Lemurs have colorful appearances. The indri is black and white. The sifaka has a round, black face with silky fur. The long-fingered aye-aye resembles a big house cat. The most “popular” lemur is me. The ring-tailed lemur is a beloved symbol of Madagascar. The lemur habitat range is widespread across the country. We occupy many different areas, including deciduous and spiny forests, wetlands and dry scrub. Lemurs like to socialize in small groups and move around with each other. Even though some nocturnal lemurs keep to themselves during waking hours, they are inclined to sleep with other lemurs during the day. When we are not eating, we enjoy grooming each other and sunbathing. Our lifespan is around 16 years on average in the wild. For us, scents are extremely important communication tools. Among other uses, they are how we mark our territory, thus letting others know our presence. We are also known as “lemur catta,” with “catta” referring to our cat-like appearance. My purring vocalization is similar to that of a house cat. Since the 1950s, approximately 45% of the forest cover in Madagascar has already disappeared due to agricultural activities, illegal logging, charcoal production, and mining. As we dwell in the canopies of large trees, their loss directly impacts our population. The number of ring-tailed lemurs has plummeted more than 95% since 2000. There were about 750,000 of us at the beginning of the 21st century, and now as few as 2,000 remain. Please awaken your loving kindness, not only for Malagasy lemurs, but for all of Earth’s inhabitants.
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2020-06-26   383 Преглед
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2020-06-26

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

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Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 3 of 3 (INT)

In this concluding episode, Joy discusses her inner conversations with the animals regarding the direction of humanity and our planet. I also communicated with orcas confined in a dolphinarium. And the message he wanted me to convey is that the planet was in full transformation, that the energies were very strong, and that there were people who have become increasingly sick because it is a cleansing, actually. So, it is just sickness merely leading to healing us, freeing us of some past memories. She also promotes veganism as it is fundamentally about respecting animal life. She hopes to make people see and realize the beauty and mystery of animals and thus deeply appreciate us and our planet.
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2019-09-06   1353 Преглед
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2019-09-06

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 2 of 2

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The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 2 of 2

Animals bless humans invisibly and physically. Assistance dogs selflessly aid the disabled with their keen hearing, superb sense of smell, and ability to detect danger. They also protect and guide people whose vision is impaired. When they return to the surface to breathe, the cetaceans may release waste matter containing much nitrogen and iron into the water. These elements, with the addition of sunlight, are what phytoplankton need for their development. The humble bees and other insects are indispensable for conveying pollen, thus ensuring viable fruit and vegetable crops. So you can see that on land as well as in the water and air, the animals all have a specific purpose to fulfil. You can benefit the planet so much just by preserving the animal inhabitants and letting them do their crucial work to keep our globe safe and beautiful.
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2019-10-04   454 Преглед
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2019-10-04

Veterinarian Dr. Du Bai: The World Through the Eyes of Our Animal Friends, Part 2 of 2

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Veterinarian Dr. Du Bai: The World Through the Eyes of Our Animal Friends, Part 2 of 2

Animals are inherently spiritual and always connected to God, and Dr. Du says they too may leave behind relics after passing. It’s very easy for animals to have luminous relics. Either a stone-like relic or a flower-like relic. Dogs and cats understand the truth. They are very straight, very innocent. They come to help people. So, their world is very simple. Animals are actually afraid of pressure or stress. Don’t say, “Mommy loves you so much.” Don’t just say you love them. In their world, “I love you even if you don’t love me.” Love is not possessive! Love should mean seeing the needs of the other person only. That is real love.
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2019-07-12   4264 Преглед
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2019-07-12

Be Kind to Animals Week: Constant Care from Furry Angels, Part 2 of 2

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Be Kind to Animals Week: Constant Care from Furry Angels, Part 2 of 2

On today's show, we will share insights from Supreme Master Ching Hai concerning the many ways in which animals benefit our world. “The animals come to this planet with a special role. Many of them are able to bring down divine power from Heaven, or love, just through their presence because they are very connected with the Divine at all times. Some, like horses and rabbits, can protect their human caregivers from negative influences, or boost them with good health, good luck, even material fortune, joy, or spiritual upliftment. They watch out for us quietly and humbly send blessings our way. Some of them are from higher levels of consciousness; they only came down in animals form to help humankind or other beings on Earth. Of course, animals also have very noble, vital roles in the physical realm. The seals have conveyed that it is important for them to be allowed to stay on Earth - not for themselves, but so they can continue doing their job, which is to keep the Earth in balance with love. You see, the seals and the whales emanate an incredible, great power of divine love, an unconditional love that could be likened to that between a mother and her child. They anchor and distribute this wave of love across our planet. The scientists have also proved that if you love the animals, or if you have a pet at home, you would be physically healthier and mentally happier.”
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2020-05-08   387 Преглед
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2020-05-08

Slow Lorises: The Shy Ones

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Slow Lorises: The Shy Ones

We are nocturnal and spend most of our time in the trees. We walk on all four limbs, slowly and silently. If we are spotted, we hide our face under our arms or stay still like a statue on the branches. That's why the Indonesian people named us malu malu, or the shy ones. The most prominent feature of us slow lorises is our big round eyes that point forward, providing excellent binocular vision and depth perception. We also have an excellent sense of smell. We are the only venomous primate in the world. We are predominantly solitary. In other words, we like our company. We have “grooming claws” to comb our dense fur and our loved ones. Like other animals, grooming is a way we interact with one another. We emit different sounds and each one has its own meaning. We slow lorises are on the brink of extinction due to the illegal pet trade and habitat loss. I would like to ask you this: please do not take us out of the wilderness, and please help protect us and save our beautiful home.
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2020-04-03   900 Преглед
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2020-04-03

Amazing Ants and their Cooperative Communities

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Amazing Ants and their Cooperative Communities

We ants have been around for more than 130 million years or since the early Cretaceous Period. Today, there are about 14,000 species of us, and an estimated 10 quadrillion ants live on the earth. You can find us everywhere except Antarctica. As social beings, we all live in colonies of various sizes, from just several ants living in a twig to supercolonies with many millions of individuals. We are peace-loving beings that never compete with others in our colony. Our members always help and do whatever is best for the whole community. We automatically share the labor and divide ourselves into groups to perform different tasks. In a typical ant colony, there is a queen who is much larger than all other nest members. The queen’s primary function is to populate the colony by laying eggs. She is the mother of all the ants in the nest. Even though she is called the queen, she never gives orders or directs others on what to do. When a colony is mature and ready to develop new colonies, it will produce males and future queens and both have wings. The male ants have small heads with large eyes, long antennae, and small mandibles. Their only function is to mate with the future queens, then pass on afterward. Aside from the queen, a typical ant colony includes numerous sterile females known as workers. These laborers are responsible for building the nest and keeping it in order, finding food, looking after the brood and queen, and safeguarding the colony. Their lifespan can be between one to three years. Each worker ant joins a group of ants that perform only one task. Yes, we cooperative ants get our jobs done amicably and efficiently through dividing our work among different teams. Most ant colonies stretch deep underground. Some even reach as deep as 8 meters below the surface. We ants are smart and adaptable animals. When the situation changes, we can easily switch from one task to another to handle an emerging incident. Being flexible serves us very well. While humans speak to each other and use body language to communicate, we create pheromones, each containing a scent message to inform others. Other ants decode the meaning using their antennae. We hope you have been inspired by our cooperation and unity and wish you high spirits and good health.
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2020-07-03   532 Преглед
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2020-07-03

Innovative Technologies Saving Our Precious Endangered Animals, Part 1 of 2

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Innovative Technologies Saving Our Precious Endangered Animals, Part 1 of 2

Poaching causes devastation to many animal species worldwide, especially to the endangered megafauna in Africa, where thousands fall victim to poachers and wildlife traffickers each year. Fortunately, there is a beacon of hope. Thanks to pioneering artificial intelligence (AI) technology, rangers can now outsmart the criminals and proactively save these precious animals. Today, I will introduce you to two wonderful, advanced animal conservation technologies used in the field. EarthRanger is an integrated software platform designed by Vulcan Inc., a private American company founded by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen that works in many philanthropic fields. The software integrates and displays all key information on an online interactive digital map in real-time. More importantly, EarthRanger has leading AI engines with deep learning capabilities that can predict when and where poaching is most likely to happen, so managers can proactively deploy resources and be one step ahead of the lawbreakers. EarthRanger has assisted law enforcers in removing more than 13,000 animal traps and snares and making more than 1,170 arrests. Many of Africa’s national park managers face several anti-poaching and wildlife trafficking challenges, the most critical being minimal staff. Besides, traditional anti-poaching cameras take photos of everything that moves, which means frequent battery replacements and filtering an excessive number of images, making more work for the already busy rangers. Furthermore, most African wildlife parks lack cell network coverage, so the pictures taken cannot be sent to headquarters fast enough for timely screening. The exciting thing is that all of these problems can be mitigated by ingenious new technology. TrailGuard AI is an advanced anti-poaching camera system designed to address these issues effectively. TrailGuard AI is equipped with many game-changing technologies. Better still, TrailGuard can be integrated with the EarthRanger software platform introduced earlier, and the synergy can provide much more robust protection to vulnerable animals. Thank you to all involved in the development of EarthRanger and TrailGuard AI! These advanced, intelligent technological solutions are a huge step towards saving endangered animal species.
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2020-07-17   393 Преглед
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2020-07-17

The Curious Lives of Little Blue Penguins

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The Curious Lives of Little Blue Penguins

Many people think that penguins only live in cold places,sliding on their bellies across the snow. However, you can find us little penguins in parts of New Zealand and Australia. Our habitats include rocky coasts, dunes, islands, and forests near the sea. But you may also spot us living close to humans in coastal cities. Some shorten the name to "little penguin." In Australia, some people call us "fairy penguins," which i like a lot because it sounds magical!
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2018-11-02   1899 Преглед
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2018-11-02

Donkeys: Our Clever and Empathetic Helpers

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Donkeys: Our Clever and Empathetic Helpers

My ancestors were wild donkeys who lived in Africa 6,000 years ago. We are genetically related to Nubian wild asses and were domesticated to assist with transporting food and goods. We can also adapt to all types of terrain. Our long, narrow hooves enable us to walk steadily on rugged trails. This allow us to sometimes join rescue operations in mountainous areas. Being social animals, we closely b
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2019-12-25   629 Преглед
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2019-12-25

Happy Lunar New Year – Year of the Dog

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Happy Lunar New Year – Year of the Dog

Lunar New Year is considered the most important and grand holiday of the year in many Asian countries, including China, Formosa, and Aulac. During this wonderful festival, people take time off from work to rest, feast and to reunite with family and good friends. The Chinese zodiac features a 12-year cycle that continuously repeat, with each year having a zodiac sign represented by a different animal. This year, 2018, is the year of the Dog. Today's program will tell our viewers about the great qualities of dog.
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2018-02-16   1626 Преглед
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2018-02-16

Extraordinary African Ostriches

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Extraordinary African Ostriches

Today, you will see what makes us ostriches such a unique and exquisite bird, and one to be treasured here on our loving planet. Our incredible eyesight is a great advantage for detecting anything suspicious. Although we can’t fly, we can sustain a running speed of over 50 kilometers or 30 miles per hour for more than an hour. We are the fastest bird on land and the speediest animal on two feet. We use our wings like a rudder, adjusting them to help us turn at high speeds, giving us a dainty running style that any ballerina would envy. Oregon State University, USA, has also seen the potential of our superior leg design and developed a stable, all-terrain bipedal robot. We lay the largest eggs in the world! In the Guinness Book of Records, the biggest recorded egg weighed 5 pounds and 11.36 ounces, or 2.6 kilograms. We can live for over 40 years, and are very adaptable, eating many types of seeds and plants, with the ability to travel long distances to forage for food.
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2020-01-10   412 Преглед
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2020-01-10

The Moon’s Fascinating Effects on the Animals

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The Moon’s Fascinating Effects on the Animals

Some theorists have proposed that the moon is one of the external cues that adjust the circadian rhythms within all living things. Throughout a 24-hour cycle, these rhythms can cause physical, mental, and behavioral variations. It’s logical that the moon affects us animals because in many cases our senses are more developed than humans, plus we don’t have a lot of thoughts getting in the way of our intuition. Especially for animals who are nocturnal, more moonlight means more activity.
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2019-09-13   484 Преглед
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2019-09-13

Green Sea Turtles: Ambassadors for the Sea

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Green Sea Turtles: Ambassadors for the Sea

Saint Martin is a small island in the Caribbean, around 87 square kilometers in size. Martin National Nature Reserve is where you can find other local green sea turtles and me hanging out in the shallow and sunny coastal waters. We green sea turtles can be found in most oceans between 30° North and 30° South latitude, and our species especially loves the warm, shallow waters of the tropical and su
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2021-01-22   88 Преглед
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2021-01-22

The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 1 of 2

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The Wonderful Earth Inhabitants, Part 1 of 2

One of the reasons October 2nd was specifically selected as “World Farm Animals Day” is that it coincides with the birthday of one of the modern era’s greatest practitioners of nonviolence, Mahatma Gandhi - the “Father of India.” Gandhi once said, “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated,” and, “I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man.” As we take this opportunity to contemplate the meaning of World Farm Animals Day, we call on humanity to be aware that all beings should live as equals and be treated with respect.
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2019-10-02   476 Преглед
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2019-10-02
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