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The Cute and Fluffy American Mink

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The Cute and Fluffy American Mink

Superb viewers, my name is Åsmund. I’m a wild vegan American mink from picturesque Denmark. Native to North America, we are considered clan animals and a symbol of luck by some Native American groups. We can be found not only in North and South America but also in portions of Europe. We live close to streams, lakes or ponds, as we have a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Our dens usually are burrows
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2021-04-30   378 Преглед
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2021-04-30

Vaquita: The Mystical and Endangered Little Cow of the Sea

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Vaquita: The Mystical and Endangered Little Cow of the Sea

Vaquita means “little cow” in Spanish. We were given this endearing name due to being the smallest and rarest member of the whale, dolphin, and porpoise sea mammal family. We are considered a rare and elusive mammal. Not too many people know about us due to our petite size, discreet movements, as well as our shy and private demeanor. We tend to travel alone, in pairs, or sometimes in groups of no
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2021-03-05   591 Преглед
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2021-03-05

Animal Species with Strong Family Bonds

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Animal Species with Strong Family Bonds

In today’s program, we will share with you some amazing animals who have strong relationships with one another, and who display a deep loving connection within their family. Our species, the Eurasian wolf, is the subspecies of the grey wolf. We wolves may look tough, but our hearts are warm and soft. We are extremely loyal, and family is a priority for us. You know, living together in a pack helps
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2021-08-30   422 Преглед
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2021-08-30

Celebrating Altruistic Animals on Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

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Celebrating Altruistic Animals on Supreme Master Ching Hai Day

It’s a good thing to celebrate. The Ching Hai Day is not only my day. It’s your day. It’s everyone’s day. “Ching Hai” is actually not just my name. It’s a name given, and it symbolizes the Pure Ocean of Love. That is in your heart, in everyone’s heart, in all beings’ hearts. And you can see that through some of our animal shows. You can see how animals, they treat humans with utmost love, devotion, and help, assistance, as much as they can, whenever they have a chance to do it. And they also treat each other kindly, lovingly, charitably. So these are all members of Ching Hai’s Day.
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2019-10-25   624 Преглед
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2019-10-25

Stories of Love: Interspecies Animal Friendships

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Stories of Love: Interspecies Animal Friendships

Unusual animal buddies feature special connections or interactions between two very dissimilar being. So, when it comes to unique animal friendships: the pairing of a dog with an owl, or an elephant with an orangutan or a cat and a mouse, our hearts are moved. Perhaps it is because we are reminded that in the long run, our differences are of the least importance and our similarities and love for each other matter most.
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2018-05-05   2708 Преглед
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2018-05-05

The Extraordinary Water Walkers

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The Extraordinary Water Walkers

Have you ever watched a kung fu movie and been amazed at the martial art masters’ incredible feat of walking on water with lightning speed? For we animals, it’s not a mystery. More than 1,200 species of animals can walk on water. Some are great “slappers,” and others are “gliders.” These are two terms scientists use to describe how certain animals cross the water’s surface. In today’s program, we will meet some of these amazing water-walkers. Many larger animals are excellent slappers. One of them is the basilisk lizard, which is my kind! You can spot us in the rainforests of southern Mexico, Central America, and even into northwestern Colombia. We stay in trees and always love to be near water. Do you know what our secret trick of striding over the water is? When we run quickly on our rear legs, the fringed skin connecting our long toes unfolds in the water and creates a pocket of air to keep us from sinking. We also use our long tail as a counter-weight so that we can maintain balance and keep our posture upright. The common and curious Asian gecko is found in many warm climates in Asia and elsewhere and seems to defy gravity, as they run upside-down along ceilings. Another incredible animal is motivated to walk on water all due to love. Western grebes, found in western North America, are well known for their rhythmic water dance called “rushing.” The next time when you see us animals, no matter how small we are, take a minute to observe us, and you will find some hidden talents.
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2020-09-25   1540 Преглед
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2020-09-25

Quokka – The World’s Happiest Animal

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Quokka – The World’s Happiest Animal

With our round cheeks and wide smiles, we quokkas have been dubbed one of the cutest animals on our planet. We are covered with short, very course and thick, grizzled brown fur with lighter parts underneath. Our relatively short tail has very little hair, but our feet are very hairy! On our cute and lovely face are a big, black nose, a pleasing mouth, and a pair of charming black eyes. In 2013, quokkas were given the title of “The Happiest Animal in the World” by American news website HuffPost.Com, because to humans, we always seem to be smiling. Our cutest chubby-cheeked smile can range from a tiny beam to a toothy grin. It is not that the structure of our mouth or jaw makes us have to smile. It is our cheerful nature. Our biggest threat is deforestation, which reduces our habitat ranges and food sources. Climate change, which affects the vegetation and rainfall, is also a threat to us. We urgently call for global action to stop the destruction of natural habitats and the adoption by humans of the sustainable vegan lifestyle.
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2020-04-10   980 Преглед
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2020-04-10

Exceptional Friendships Between Different Species

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Exceptional Friendships Between Different Species

Today we will showcase several unusual relationships between animals that are very different from each other. In 2004, a massive earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean caused tsunamis that devastated the surrounding coasts. The high waters swept a hippopotamus family in Kenya down a river and into the ocean. The only survivor, a baby, ended up on a reef off the Kenyan coastline. They named him Owen and arranged for him to be transported to Haller Park, a Kenyan wildlife sanctuary. Owen was put in an enclosure that contained an Aldabra giant tortoise known as Mzee. The two began sharing food, swimming, and sleeping together, and sometimes Mzee would stretch out his neck so Owen could lick it. The next story rather reminds me of a fairy tale. One day in 2013, Mr. Berge and his German shepherd companion Tinni were taking a walk through the woods near their home. They came across an amiable red fox who Mr. Berge named Sniffer. Amazingly, the domesticated dog and the wild fox took a liking to each other.
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2020-02-14   842 Преглед
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2020-02-14

Meet the Proud Rooster

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Meet the Proud Rooster

Close to people since time immemorial, we are classified as domestic animals. Neverthless, fewpeople know that chickens are in fact originally birds from the forest and the tropics.All chicken breeds from the Gallus gallus domestics, originate from one single wild ancestor, the red junglefowl (Gallus gallus ).For ages, we roosters have served as a kind of morning alarm clock for humans! Roosters are held in high regard by many peoples. We symbolize the passage between the darkness and light.
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2018-07-27   1879 Преглед
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2018-07-27

Animals in the Snow Wonderland

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Animals in the Snow Wonderland

Today we will explore incredible winter lands with amazing wild animals. Penguins, the iconic animal of the Antarctic, are well known for their endurance in extreme conditions, with the emperor penguin able to withstand temperatures of -30°C with winds blasting at 200 kilometers per hour. Generally speaking, warm-blooded animals that inhabit cold regions are fairly big. Large animals have a smaller surface to volume ratio and thus relatively less surface area through which to lose heat. The smallest Antarctic penguin, the rockhopper, weighs an average of 2.5 kilograms, and the largest, the emperor penguin, is around 30 kilograms in weight. Male emperor penguins also huddle together in groups of several thousand to survive the biting wind and relentless cold. Scientists have recorded temperatures of more than 35 degrees Celsius within the huddle. Keep warm guys! Japanese macaques, also known as snow monkeys, truly love the snow, particularly the young ones. They roll about and play in it. The youngsters make snowballs, carry them around, and have fun with them. They even play a game of trying to take each other’s snowballs! These macaques are great leapers and tree climbers, which they take advantage of to move around when there is thick snow. To cope with the icy-cold temperatures, snow leopards are protected by thick gray or creamy yellow hair with grayish-black spots. Their broad feet, which are covered with fur, act as natural snowshoes. They use their long tails as blankets to protect sensitive body parts against the biting mountain chill. These tremendous jumpers can cross up to 15 meters in one leap. The snow leopard is listed as an endangered species, with only about 3,500 to 7,000 left in the wild.It has been my pleasure to show you how we animals adapt to the cold winter with heavy snow. Despite our amazing ability to withstand the freezing temperatures, we would much appreciate it if you would take extra care when walking through our habitats to not disturb us during our most vulnerable time in winter.
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2021-01-08   514 Преглед
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2021-01-08

Animal Internal Navigation Systems

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Animal Internal Navigation Systems

The Earth's magnetic field runs in curves all around the globe from the south magnetic pole to the north magnetic pole. Animals equipped with internal compasses are able to navigate by analyzing its direction, intensity or inclination to determine their location or direction. Dogs are famous for their incredible sense of smell, which scientists estimate is between 10,000 and 100,000 times m
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2021-06-18   335 Преглед
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2021-06-18

Emperor Tamarin: Adorable Monkeys with a Royal Mustache

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Emperor Tamarin: Adorable Monkeys with a Royal Mustache

The Amazon rainforest is truly a paradise for us monkeys! My kind, the emperor tamarin, also known by scientists as saguinus imperator, is a small-sized monkey species found mainly in the southwestern Amazon Basin located in Peru, with our population also spreading east to the northern part of Bolivia and into the state of Amazonas in Brazil. Emperor tamarins are characterized by a monotone
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2021-06-04   770 Преглед
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2021-06-04

Hares and Rabbits: The Moon’s Sacred Companions, Part 1 of 2

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Hares and Rabbits: The Moon’s Sacred Companions, Part 1 of 2

I notice that hares and rabbits differ in their physical appearance. Hares look larger and also have longer hind legs. Hares and rabbits count on the numerous veins in their furless ears to dissipate heat and regulate their body temperature. We snowshoe hares have comparatively smaller ears as heat travels shorter distances through our body and keeps us warmer in the colder climates we reside in!
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2021-09-21   239 Преглед
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2021-09-21

The Diverse and Adaptable Tree-Climbing Crabs

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The Diverse and Adaptable Tree-Climbing Crabs

We crabs come in all different sizes and colors, with other diverse characteristics, and have been known to survive in all sorts of living environments. Crabs that climb trees are so diverse it would probably take humans years and years to discover us all. The coconut crab is classified by your scientists as a hermit crab and is the largest land-living and tree-climbing crab in the world. We usually live in sand burrows we dig ourselves. Normally, our lifespan is between 30 and 60 years. We are able to climb up as high as 6 meters quite easily. Caribbean hermit crabs have a lot in common with coconut crabs. For example, they live on land and females go to the ocean to lay eggs. Another kind of tree-climbing crab is the one that lives in mangroves. Mangroves are the perfect environment for such crabs to live in and develop. One common characteristic shared between all tree-climbing crabs in mangrove areas is that they do not live far from the sea. We tree-climbing crabs truly cherish our lives and plea with humans to have compassion, never eat us or other animals, and protect our habitats.
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2020-04-17   850 Преглед
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2020-04-17

Showing Love with Pig Vigils - Eder Lopez (vegan) and the Animal Alliance Network

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Showing Love with Pig Vigils - Eder Lopez (vegan) and the Animal Alliance Network

October 2nd of every year has been designated “World Farm Animals Day” or “World Day for Farmed Animals.” It is not a day to commemorate the happy life of animals on farms, but to call for their rescue as animals there are severely exploited for various purposes. In today’s program, it is our privilege to interview a compassionate American vegan animal rights activist who exemplifies the spirit of the day, Mr. Eder Lopez. Eder is the vice president of the non-profit Animal Alliance Network, one of the 700 chapters of a global organization called the Animal Save Movement that conducts vigils outside of slaughterhouses. Animal Alliance Network’s mission is to “educate, take action, do outreach, and spread awareness of the daily atrocities animals endure due to human practices.” Eder organizes pig vigils every Wednesday night that stop trucks full of baby pigs to give water and show love to them before they head to slaughter. Through this movement, he hopes to raise the public’s awareness of animal cruelty and exploitation in hopes that one day people will stop eating meat and allow farm animals to be free to live their lives. “We call them pig vigils. We’re here to bear witness, meaning, where we see suffering, like these pigs are suffering, and we don’t run away. We get as close as possible, because if we were in that position, if we were in their shoes, we would want help, like the activists that are here today. Put yourself in a cage. It’s all about perspective. Put yourself in the victim’s role, and then you’ll understand why we do this. Because it’s about them. They’re the ones suffering. And even though we’re here only giving them two minutes, that two minutes is the only love that they’ve ever received. And at least they go out feeling some type of love before they go to their death.” “I want everybody to live a happy life. And the best way to do that is by what you choose to eat. And choose the compassionate one, because we live in a world of choices. Why do you choose to be cruel? That’s not a good thing. It’s 2020. It’s about peace and love. So, choose compassion. Choose love right now.” The pig vigils organized by Eder Lopez and the Animal Alliance Network are powerful wake-up calls for us all to be plant-based and end animal slaughter immediately. May his honorable and loving project reach many more hearts, in Heaven’s grace.
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2020-10-02   392 Преглед
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2020-10-02

Hares and Rabbits: The Moon’s Sacred Companions, Part 2 of 2

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Hares and Rabbits: The Moon’s Sacred Companions, Part 2 of 2

The earliest known examples of the three hares motif were discovered on paintings in Buddhist cave temples in China dating from the 6th and 7th centuries. Later on, the three-hare motif travelled west along the Silk Road and reached the Middle East and Europe, where it became widely associated with Judaism and Christianity. There the three hares represent the Holy Trinity, the doctrine that God ex
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2021-09-24   167 Преглед
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2021-09-24

Bats - Our Invisible Friends with Kristin Tieche (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

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Bats - Our Invisible Friends with Kristin Tieche (vegetarian), Part 1 of 2

Ms. Kristin Tieche is from San Francisco, California, United States of America and has been involved in the filmmaking industry for many years, receiving much acclaim for her award-winning environmental and social commentary films. Her documentaries cover a wide variety of themes, from identity crisis in “Forms of Identification,” to urbanism, sustainability, and biking in “Velo Visionaries,” to w
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2021-06-25   539 Преглед
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2021-06-25

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   666 Преглед
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2020-06-26

Our Animal Friends Are Just Like Us! Part 2 of 2

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Our Animal Friends Are Just Like Us! Part 2 of 2

We animals are sentient beings. Not only are we bright but we also have the full range of feelings and emotions that you do – such as joy, empathy, compassion, grief, and fear. A study of dogs in the US also provides further evidence that we animals experience emotions. Dr. Gregory Berns, a vegetarian neuroscience expert from the USA, found something amazing. When dogs saw a hand gesture for a treat, the region of the brain called the caudate nucleus, that exists both in dogs and humans, produced the same reaction found in the human brain when a person anticipates desirable things like food or money. Animals look out for one another as well! What about gratitude? Most certainly, we animals are deeply grateful when we receive help from others. Every species is so happy and excited when a new baby is born! When a calf is born to an elephant family, every member is so cheerful!
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2018-04-28   2241 Преглед
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2018-04-28

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   4612 Преглед
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2019-07-12
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