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Veterinarian Dr. Jonathan Bach - Healing with Animal Acupuncture, Part 2 of 2

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Veterinarian Dr. Jonathan Bach - Healing with Animal Acupuncture, Part 2 of 2

Now, the common misconception is that those needles must be dipped in medication, steroids, something. And I say, no, no, no, they’re just stainless steel needles. There’s no magic here. There’s no medicine. When we put the needles in the acupoints, that’s where the action actually starts to occur. Oftentimes when a patient has the acupuncture, it does have a calming effect, and most clients will report that for the rest of the day or the next day, their pet is more quiet than usual.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-04-26   3080 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-04-26

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   2457 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-19

Veterinarian Dr. Jonathan Bach - Healing with Animal Acupuncture, Part 1 of 2

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Veterinarian Dr. Jonathan Bach - Healing with Animal Acupuncture, Part 1 of 2

Over the years, I’ve had a number of patients(animals) who have come in where they either couldn’t walk at all or were having a lot of difficulty walking. And through acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, I was able to get them back up and walking again to the point where they were enjoying life again. I also have some patients that are dealing with chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease. They’ve done quite well on acupuncture. Acupuncture, a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is an ancient form of treatment that originated in China thousands of years ago.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-04-19   2919 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-04-19

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   1883 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-07

Przewalski's Horse: Sacred Animal of Mongolia

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Przewalski's Horse: Sacred Animal of Mongolia

Traditionally, the people of Mongolia have called us “takhi,” which means “spirit” or “worthy of worship.” Mongolians consider my kind of horse to be holy and that we are their messengers to be gods. Ganbaatar means “steel hero.” You can imagine that horses like me are not only strong but swift. When we run untethered and unconstrained across the Mongolian landscape, it is a spectacular sight to see.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-16   2296 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-16

Cool Cooperation: Animals and Plants Balancing Nature

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Cool Cooperation: Animals and Plants Balancing Nature

Symbiosis is the interaction of two different organisms living together, usually with mutual benefits. There are many examples of symbiosis in our world’s diverse ecosystems, one of which is the leafcutter ants and their special crop. The original farmers on earth are thought to be the leafcutter ants. They have been intensively farming fungi in the tropical rainforests of South America as early as 60 million years ago. These ants forage for vegetation, not intending to eat it as food, but to munch the leaves into a pulp for fungi to eat which are the real source of nutrition for the ants.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-15   2706 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-15

Through the Generations - Animal Cultural Traditions

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Through the Generations - Animal Cultural Traditions

Many people think that culture is a characteristic only found in human societies. I am thrilled to tell you that modern scientific research shows that animals including primates, cetaceans, birds, fish and insects also have traditions that are transmitted across their social groups and to new generations. We animals that live in a community are just like humans, having our norms, traditions and cultural practices that characterize who we are and help us to adapt to our particular ecological niches.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-22   4056 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-03-22

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   4269 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-06-28

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   4595 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-05

Animal Heroes: Selflessly Assisting with Pure Hearts

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Animal Heroes: Selflessly Assisting with Pure Hearts

I’m sure you have heard numerous stories of how people have demonstrated great courage and compassion in saving thee lives of others. We animals can also feel the pain and needs of those around us, be it animal or human, and will try and help in any way possible. Here are some tales of brave animals in our world! Sally the tabby cat in Melbourne, Australia, and her human companion Craig Jeeves, narrowly escaped a house fire. “She jumped on my head and sort of like was screaming at me and woke me up; otherwise, I wouldn’t have got up,” Craig said. Most of his house was lost to the blaze, and the fire department said it was lucky Craig got out in time. Animals help and save others out of our inherent good nature and ask for no reward. Even though we look a bit different than you, we cherish and respect life just like humans.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-22   658 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-22

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   1665 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-08-23

The Pig: Beloved Animal of the Chinese Zodiac

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The Pig: Beloved Animal of the Chinese Zodiac

According to the lunar calendar and the Chinese zodiac, we are now in the Year of the Pig. Do you know much about us? Pigs are very jovial, intelligent, peaceful, social, and easygoing animals. In Chinese culture, we pigs are viewed as being honest, pure-hearted, and easily contented. Our chubby faces and big ears are signs of fortune. Therefore, pigs are a symbol of wealth and good luck.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-05   3882 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-05

Dumbo Octopuses: Intelligent Lovelies of the Deep

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Dumbo Octopuses: Intelligent Lovelies of the Deep

Speaking of flying, that brings me to the cute nickname you all have given my kind. While our scientific genus name is grimpoteuthis, the nickname we have most popularly come to be known as is the “Dumbo octopus.” That name is based on the fictional character “Dumbo” from the 1941 animated Disney film of the same name. Humans should consider us octopuses as royalty as well, for we too have blue blood! Scientists already known that we octopuses are quite smart. They know we can find our way through mazes, figure out problems, and even remember the solutions to those problems. We can take things apart for fun, and researchers have also realized that each octopus has a distinct personality.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-09   168 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-09

Groundhogs - The True Hibernators

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Groundhogs - The True Hibernators

When we are in hibernation, our body temperature falls from our normal 37.2 degrees Celsius to as low as 2.77 degrees Celsius! To minimize our energy expenditures, our heart rate reduces to four to 10 beats per minute, and our respiration rate may drop to two breaths a minute. Our body weight gradually decreases, and we may lose as much as half of our mass by February.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-01   2002 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-02-01

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-25   259 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-25

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   3863 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-07-12

Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

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Dr. Radica Raj: Combining Eastern and Western Veterinary Medicine, Part 1 of 2 (INT)

In today’s program, we have the honor to share with you Dr. Raj’s knowledge on improving and restoring companion animal health by tapping into both conventional and alternative veterinary treatments. The anatomy and physiology of dogs is surprisingly similar to humans, and in fact, dogs and cats respond really well to integrative medicine, that is the use of Chinese herbs, acupuncture. I use my laser. A laser is another way, a great way, to alleviate pain in arthritic patients, and, of course, there’re acupuncture and homeopathy. So, I use a combination of all these techniques, and it’s so amazing to see what quality of life they have.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-20   174 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-09-20

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-28   167 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-11-28

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.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-04   266 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-04

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 one swarm of salps covering 100,000 square kilometers of the sea surface and consuming up to 74% of the carbon-containing plants on the surface per day. The salps’ waste is heavy and sinks and this particular swarm sent up to 4,000 tons of carbon daily to the seabed.
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-21   209 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2019-10-21
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