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The Animals Celebrate a Happy Vegan New Year!

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The Animals Celebrate a Happy Vegan New Year!

My name is Nora, and I am a polar bear from Spirited Alaska, USA. In honor of the brand new year, the animals of our world would like to share some good news, warm wishes, and blessings with you. “We dogs are praying every day that there will soon be a vegan world! And we are doing our part to make it happen!” “Every day, we whales bless the ocean and fulfill our role in sustaining our planet.” My
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-01   417 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-01

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. W
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-10   330 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-10

The Winter Sleep of Animals

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The Winter Sleep of Animals

Winter is the coldest time of the year, when the days are shorter and the nights are longer. It is a season of rest, and a period to conserve, rather than expend, energy. So, what is hibernation? It is like a long, deep sleep for animals and a time. Animals prepare to enter this state by eating a lot during the summer and autumn seasons to store fat to last them throughout the winter. Did you know
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-17   330 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-17

Altruistic Animals

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Altruistic Animals

Today we would like to share with you some amazing stories of animals who turned their selfless concern into loving action for the benefit of others. Let’s start with a cat named Kuu. Cat Assists Dog with Dementia. Cat Saves Baby from Danger. Dog Keeps Lost Child Safe and Warm. Cat Saves Caregiver from Fire. Dog Saves Family from Fire. Let’s now meet a bull calf named Oliver. Bull Calf gives Love
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-20   1270 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-20

Ushering in the Year of the Golden Rat

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Ushering in the Year of the Golden Rat

This year, 2020, is the “Year of the Golden Rat” and an exceptionally significant event as we return to the first sign of the Lunar Zodiac cycle! We are going to introduce some interesting Lunar New Year customs from several nations to our splendid viewers today. Around the world, more than a billion people celebrate the Lunar New Year and participate in various vibrant festivities. Within Korea i
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-25   952 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-01-25

The Adorable American Pika

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The Adorable American Pika

Hallo, My name is Lucas, and I’m a vegan American pika from Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. There aren’t many other mammals in Canada or the US who can survive in mountains above the timberline the way we do. We are related to rabbits and hares, but we’re smaller. Our extraordinary hearing and eyesight allow us to be constantly aware of our surroundings and ready for unexpected events. Th
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-01   282 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-01

Therapy Animals: Incarnations of Love

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Therapy Animals: Incarnations of Love

I’m Aina, a vegan miniature horse from magnificent Germany. People are more relaxed when they spend time with animals because we give unconditional love and do not judge them in any way. Research has shown that caring for animals increases overall human well-being in many respects. Dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, pigs and other species serve as therapy animals. Many agree that simply being around the
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-07   520 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-07

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 a
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-14   538 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-14

The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 1 of 2

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The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 1 of 2

There have been many stages in our evolution that contributed to our ability to fly. For example, we had to develop delicate wings, strong chest muscles, and several different kinds of feathers. Humans have long admired and envied our ability to fly. They have experimented and invented all kinds of means to duplicate what we do naturally in the sky. Since we birds are often far above the ground, w
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-24   411 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-24

The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 2 of 2

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The Marvelous Abilities of Birds, Part 2 of 2

Today, we will share with you about the bird species’ vocalizations, which include both calls and songs. Generally, our calls are brief and serve as alarms or to keep a flock together. Our songs are longer and more complex and may serve as signals of courtship. The songs are also more melodious. Both chicks and human infants build sound templates in their brains by listening to their parents’ voic
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-28   1063 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-02-28

A Golden Age of Animals

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A Golden Age of Animals

Gold-colored animals are relatively rarer, so they are admired by humans, just like the precious metal! Regarded by some as the world’s most beautiful equine, our breed is famed for our toughness, resilience, and endurance, in addition to our legendary speed and intelligence. Some of our breed looks as if they had been dipped in gold! Another animal with a radiant, golden coat is the Golden Retrie
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-06   632 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-06

Orangutans – The Rainforest’s Gardeners

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Orangutans – The Rainforest’s Gardeners

The name “orangutan” is originally from the Malay and Indonesian word, “orang,” which means “person,” and “hutan,” that translates as “forest.” So, the name orangutan translates to “person of the forest.” We are considered closely related to humans, as we share 97% of human DNA. We are also considered a Great Ape, along with gorillas and chimpanzees. An orangutan’s lifespan is around 40 to 45 year
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-13   338 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-13

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, w
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-20   287 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-20

The Gentle Addax of Africa

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The Gentle Addax of Africa

One of our distinguishing characteristics is a tuft of brown hair that grows from the base of our horns to our forehead. Then we have what looks like a white letter X across the bridge of our nose and around our eyes. We addax have a stocky build, similar to horses. Our diet is 100% plant-based. Although males are dominant in many species, we have the highest regard for our females. But due to hab
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-27   497 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-03-27

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
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-03   751 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-03

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, qu
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-10   396 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-10

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 usual
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-17   300 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-17

Secrets of Longevity in Animals, Part 1 of 2

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Secrets of Longevity in Animals, Part 1 of 2

In this two-part program, we will showcase some of the species that live the longest. They are blessed with what is called “biological immortality.” We lobsters are one of those species! Researchers believe that the secret our longevity is an enzyme called telomerase. It protects the ends of chromosomes from shortening and losing some Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) when cells divide. Another species
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-24   393 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-04-24

Secrets of Longevity in Animals, Part 2 of 2

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Secrets of Longevity in Animals, Part 2 of 2

In today’s show, we will discuss four animals that are also extraordinary in terms of their ability to survive. They are also known as water bears, which comes from the way they walk. Aside from their tiny size and ubiquity, what stands out about tardigrades is their durability. The physiological response that enables tardigrades to be so tough is called cryptobiosis. It is a reversible suspension
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-05-01   290 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-05-01

Be Kind to Animals Week: Constant Care from Furry Angels, Part 1 of 2

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Be Kind to Animals Week: Constant Care from Furry Angels, Part 1 of 2

Be kind to Animals Week has been observed in the first full week of May every year since 1973. Although it started in the US, this a celebration of compassion that all of humanity can participate in. Our two-part program will feature Supreme Master Ching Hai’s wisdom about how animals bless humans, as well as exemplary stories about some of these incredible furry friends. Supreme Master Ching Hai
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-05-04   336 Views
Animal World: Our Co-inhabitants
2020-05-04
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