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The Unique and Amazing Galápagos Marine Iguanas

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The Unique and Amazing Galápagos Marine Iguanas

You will not find marine iguanas like me anywhere else in our world. We are the only sea-going lizards! When marine iguanas don’t have enough to eat, they not only become thinner, they also become shorter. Scientists have observed that during times of EI Niño-induced food shortages, our bodies shrink in length and then regrow when food becomes plentiful again. The researchers think that we actually digest up to 20% of our bones to survive. Adult iguanas can switch between shrinkage and growth repeatedly throughout their lifetime – a perfect adaptation to EI Niño events.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-16   3169 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-16

The Giraffe: Elegant Giant of Africa

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The Giraffe: Elegant Giant of Africa

Have you ever quickly stood up and felt faint or light-headed? The unsettling sensation can be caused by a drop in blood flow to your brain. We have the unique ability to not pass out from dizziness when we lower our head to ground level to drink water and then lift our head up again. Another special way we can control our body has even assisted astronauts with space travel. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientists in the US observed that baby giraffes, to prevent blood pooling in their legs, rapidly thicken or inflate their veins after birth to walk.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-26   1912 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-26

The Marvelous Animal Sea Purifiers

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The Marvelous Animal Sea Purifiers

Have you ever wondered how, outside of the trash like plastic or wastewater that may sadly end up there, the seas remain so pure? If you guessed that it is the amazing sea ecosystems that keep the oceanic environments so beautiful, you are right! It is known that there are more than one billion microbes in a liter of seawater. Some animals, such as sponges, clams, oysters, and mussels, keep the ocean pure by continuously filtering the water. A cleaner wrasse works about four hours a day and can clean more than 2000 “customers” daily!
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-21   5047 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-21

Animals Are Love

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Animals Are Love

When we love the animals, our love will naturally develop. Those of you who are taking care of dogs, birds, or other pets, know how it’s like. When you are with them, and when you look at them, you just want to love them. You can’t think of anything else, and there is nothing you can do about it. You just want to love them and pamper them. Then, naturally your home is permeated with this ambience of love. It will engulf our whole house, our home, and eventually it will spread to the world. If there is such a loving atmosphere in every home, the world will definitely be in peace.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-29   4610 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-29

Finless Porpoises: The Wondrous Smiling Angels

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Finless Porpoises: The Wondrous Smiling Angels

We feel we are quite unique and very intelligent. For example, scientists have concluded our smarts to be comparable to that of the powerful vegan primate, the wise gorilla. We are also known to be very sensitive to our surroundings. For example, our species can sense the change in the air when heavy winds and rains are on their way. As a result, we become more active and expressive in our movements, chasing each other around playfully thus causing ripples and waves on the river’s surface. Local humans who have been astute enough to pay attention to us have been able to predict the coming of a storm whenever they see us act in this way.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-19   2348 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-19

Animals Love Music!

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Animals Love Music!

Besides enjoying the music played by people, we animals are brilliant at playing the piano, drums, and other instruments to create our own melodies. This horse is tickling the keys like no other. Just like some of the jazz greats, a terrific freestyle piece on the keyboard! Nora(a cat), an animal shelter rescuee originally from New Jersey, USA, is famous for her piano concertos. She plays daily much to the delight of her caregiver Betsy Alexander, a piano teacher. She even plays duets with her human friends!
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-02   1920 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-02

The Laughing Kookaburra of Australia

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The Laughing Kookaburra of Australia

If you’ve never heard a kookaburra singing, just think of your laughter after hearing a really funny joke. That gives you an idea of the echoing sound of the ever-chuckling kookaburra! In indigenous Australian culture, kookaburras are viewed as emotionally fragile birds. Making fun of us can hurt our feelings, thus taking away our joyous laugh which serves to wake up our world. It is believed that great respect should be shown to us at all times to keep harmony and happiness on our planet.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-28   4179 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-28

True Love Between Animals

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True Love Between Animals

Shiro first headed for the beach. Without any hesitation, he ran into the water and started swimming. The distance from Aka to Zamami is 3.6 kilometers, and the seas can be rough. Altogether, it took about three hours for Shiro to reach the island. There, waiting for him, was a beautiful female mongrel named Marilyn. That is why Shiro repeatedly swam back and forth between the islands. The love story of the two dogs became so popular throughout Japan that a movie was made about it in 1988 entitled, “I Want to See Marilyn.”
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-07   1624 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-07

Veterinarian Dr. Du Bai: The World Through the Eyes of Our Animal Friends, Part 1 of 2

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Veterinarian Dr. Du Bai: The World Through the Eyes of Our Animal Friends, Part 1 of 2

Not only do canine and feline companions provide psychological support to humans, but we also are very gifted in assisting with your physical conditions. But why are dogs and cats able to relieve your stress? It is because they can smell it with their nose. When you are very sad, and when you pour your heart out and talk to them, they can smell the changes in your hormones. So, in fact, they often comfort you. “It’s ok; it’s all right.” After all your sorrows are washed away, you will feel better.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-05   4480 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-05

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

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Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 1 of 3 (INT)

I met this elephant and right away, I was like in a bubble with him, and really transported. He explained that he and all the other elephants were part of this energy of peace. That they were contributing to equilibrium at a planetary level. There existed a huge egregor (collective group mind) of peace, of love and compassion that compensated for what is happening today in the world. One can get a further sense of the elephants’ deep spirituality from an inner communication Joy had with Pelusa the elephant. Pelusa’s message for our world gives hope and is full of insight. May all humanity hear these good tidings and wake up quickly so the new era that Pelusa speaks of comes about soon.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23   1401 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-12   3736 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-12

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06   354 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-06

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-13   99 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-13

Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

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Joy Fromental: Soul to Soul Communication with Animals, Part 2 of 3 (INT)

The wild animals, they’re all connected to the planet, all connected to one another, connected as various species. This language that we use in animal communication, it’s a universal language. And they make use of it; well, it’s their means of communication. Everyone is able to communicate with animals. So, communicating through telepathy is a type of communication we all performed when we were babies. Joy stated that humans are born with the ability to communicate telepathically, but then quickly lose this gift. And then one day, it’s through a few meditation drills, relaxation drills that we realize that we can reconnect inside and that we receive messages at all times while not being aware of it.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-30   852 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-30
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