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Farmer Rescues Injured Crocodile: 20 Years Later, This Happened

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It would be very unusual for even very healthy crocodiles to live past their 70’s, and Poncho had suffered some traumatic injuries earlier in life. But he lived to be almost 50 years old, when he died on October 12, 2011 of natural causes. Chito gave Poncho a large public ceremony for his funeral, keeping it formal but also heart-filled in honor of his beloved friend. There has never been a funeral like it, and it is sure that it will never be forgotten. Nor will the amazing friendship of Poncho and Chito be forgotten, showing us that love and friendship can be found in the most unusual places.

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Family Dog Grabs Baby By Its Diaper, Then Mom Sees Surprising Reason Why

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Dogs have been humankind’s best friend for at least 15,000 years. Dogs were our companions, protectors, and friends long before we tamed cows, goats, or hogs, and even before we planted our first large crops of corn or wheat. It makes sense that dogs would be our most loyal buddies no matter what happens — we take care of them, and they began taking care of us. But do dogs know to take care of us without training, without us asking them to? Read on and find out how this family dog proved his loyalty beyond a shadow of a doubt.

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Khan, an abused Doberman Pinscher rescued in Australia by a happy family, began proving her loyalty to her new family almost immediately. Khan needed a better life, and Catherine (the mother) and her family were ready to make that happen.

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Twenty Old Photos from the Wild West

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The Wild West was fully deserving of its name as it was being explored and settled by the adventurous young American families who were willing to work long and hard at building themselves a home.  Keep reading to follow a series of Old West photographs which emphasize what life was like at the time.

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Imagine what it may have been like to not just see the Shoshone Canyon and Falls for the first time, but to photograph it so others could enjoy it as well. A member of Clarence King’s Geological Expedition took this picture in 1868 at the Idaho geological site.

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Wolf Wanders Into This Town… What Happens To Him Truly Captures The Heart

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One afternoon just as a group of three teenage girls Sheryl, Asha, and Sly decide to take a stroll around their school arboretum. Two of the girls, Sly and Sheryl tag along with their favorite pets which happen to be two beautiful dogs of the German-shepherd origin. On the other hand, Asha has a cat which is her favorite pet.

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The girls are busy enjoying, having fun with their pets running around the cool breeze and the green grass on the arboretum grounds. Sly has branded her dog ‘pappy’ while Sheryl’s dog is called ‘candy’ and Asha refers to her cat as ‘Paw’.

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