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This man is a 'knight' in latex armor for countless death row animals

This man is a 'knight' in latex armor for countless death row animals | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
Chris Van Dorn dons the cape and mask to rescue animals through his nonprofit, Batman4Paws.
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Weird story I guess – so cut me some slack…  actually sharing to recognize the superheroes out there and to honor a close friend, one of the most intelligent guys I know – he too does the rescues (sans costume – I think) and has in his personal plane for many years….  The folks that fly animal rescues at their own time and expense are very special people – thank you MB, thank you all...

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These beautiful photos speak loud and clear for wildlife

These beautiful photos speak loud and clear for wildlife | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
The Natural History Museum, London, announced the finalists for its 53rd Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest.
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maybe one day our intelligence level will enable us to reach their level.... and finally understand them!

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They braved a war-torn region to rescue 47 animals from the 'Zoo of Sorrow'

They braved a war-torn region to rescue 47 animals from the 'Zoo of Sorrow' | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
"It is a tough decision, I feel like I am losing my family," Jomaa told Reuters. "I lived with some of those animals for 20 years."

But blockades by Israeli and Egyptian forces had starved the zoo of vital resources, he explained. It was time to let them go.
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Sometimes I wonder why I post things in this group. “Intelligent World” does not seem to apply. Animals suffer because Israel and Egypt have political issues?

All men may be created equal, but equality is quickly lost in how they lead their lives.

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Quick-thinking elephants save the day

Quick-thinking elephants save the day | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
Elephants in a South Korean zoo move quickly to help a baby elephant that stumbled into the deep end of the pool.
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so they are not intelligent huh - perhaps we have not reached their level of sentience.

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