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    This Man Buys Turtles From The Food Market And Sets Them Free In The Ocean

    Although it mіght соmе аѕ a ѕurрrіѕе tо mоѕt people whо read thіѕ, іt is possible to buу live ѕеа turtles fоr fооd іn ѕоmе areas of thе wоrld. Pеrhарѕ іt also ѕurрrіѕеd Arron Culling аnd Mаrk, hіѕ со-wоrkеr, whеn thеу were іn Papua Nеw Guinea аt a lосаl mаrkеt and saw twо ѕеа turtlеѕ.

    Most ѕеа turtlеѕ are classified аѕ еndаngеrеd оr vulnerable but іt іѕ ѕtіll lеgаl to fish fоr mаrіnе turtlеѕ іn аrеаѕ, such аѕ Mexico, Australia, аnd Pарuа New Guinea. Turtlеѕ are hаrvеѕtеd fоr thеіr mеаt аnd shells in thоѕе countries. When Aaron and Mаrk rеаlіzеd thе turtlеѕ wеrе gоіng tо be bought fоr fооd, thеу paid $50 tо buy thеm, drove thеm to a safe area аnd ѕеt them frее іn thе осеаn. Thеу hаvе done thіѕ a numbеr of tіmеѕ, rescuing 10 turtlеѕ ѕо fаr аnd gіvіng them аnоthеr сhаnсе to bе frее.

    More іnfоrmаtіоn about рrоtесtіng ѕеа turtlеѕ саn bе seen on thе Sеа Turtlе Cоnѕеrvаnсу’ѕ wеbѕіtе.

    Photo: Facebook / Arron Culling

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    Meet with Hero Solider who claim to save a children’s life in Walmart El Paso Shooting

    Mirror mentions that Oakley is At first, Army Pfc. Glendon Oakley Jr. completely ignored the chaos that developed around the corner. Then he pulled out his gun.

    Oakley, a 22-year-old Army automated logistics specialist assigned to the 504th Compound Supply Company, 142nd Support Combat Maintenance Battalion, 1st Maintenance Brigade of the 1st Armored Division in Fort Bliss , Texas, had been shopping at a sporting goods store inside the Sky Vista Mall in El Paso when a boy broke into the store shouting about an active shooter in nearby Walmart.

    “The guy at the cash register and I looked at each other,” Oakley told Task & Purpose in a telephone interview on Saturday. “He’s a little boy … are you going to believe him?”

    The threat was very real. At least 20 people died and dozens more were injured when an armed man opened fire on the Walmart, sending terrified passersby fleeing through the neighboring mall.

    When Oakley left the store minutes later and headed to the neighboring Footlocker, he finally heard the sound of gunshots in the mall. He immediately took out the 9mm Glock that he occasionally carries under the hidden transportation laws of Texas. While he had just returned from an incident-free deployment in Kuwait, this was not his first shooting.

    “That’s what you do,” was told to Task & Purpose. “You take out your weapon, find coverage and find out what to do next.”

    Credit: Mirror

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    The Husband Gives The Wife A Birthday Cake In The Form Of Her Favorite Thing: “A giant Amazon Package”

    Emily McGuire admits that she is a frequent and “proud” buyer of Amazon. The photographer and mother of three tell CafeMom that she receives, on average, two to three “beautiful brown Amazon boxes” per week, and she gets dizzy with one of them. Hell, it is even known that she sometimes hides some of her husband Waylon (also known as “Mac”), who is very aware of her weekly routine.

    In fact, he is so aware that when Emily’s recent birthday was approaching, Mac had a perfect idea: he ordered a personalized cake from a bakery made to look exactly like one of his beloved Amazon packages. Needless to say, it was a success.

    The custom creation came similar to one of your weekly orders, with a personalized shipping label and an Amazon Prime ribbon!

    After Emily published the cake photos online, she was quickly picked up by the popular Facebook pages, where she went viral.

    AMAZON PACKAGE CAKE 🤣🤣📦 🎂 Made by Sweet Dreams Bakery of Dunn for Emily Williams-Mcguirephoto credit – Emily McGuire Photography

    Gepostet von Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons am Sonntag, 21. Juli 2019

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    55 Bus Stops Are Getting Green Roofs Covered in Plants as a Gift For Honeybees in NL

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    The roofs of hundreds of bus stops have been covered with plants as a gift for bees, in a city in the Netherlands.

    Mainly composed of sedum plants, a total of 316 have been covered with vegetation in Utrecht.

    Shelters not only support the city’s biodiversity, such as bees and bumblebees, but also help capture fine dust and store rainwater.

    The roofs are staffed by workers who drive electric vehicles, and the bus stops have been equipped with low consumption LED lights and bamboo benches.

    Dutch City turns bus stops into bee stops

    This Dutch city has transformed its bus 🚌 stops into bee 🐝 stops 🌼

    Gepostet von BrightVibes am Freitag, 5. Juli 2019

    They are just one of the measures that Utrecht has introduced to improve air quality.

    The city is to introduce 55 new electric buses by the end of the year and have “completely clean public transport” by 2028.

    The electricity used to power the buses will come directly from the Dutch windmills.

    Utrecht also runs a scheme that allows residents to request funds to transform their own roofs into green roofs.

    Credit: Brightvibes – independent

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    Woman’s Garlic Peeling Hack Goes Viral And People Regret Having Wasted Their Time Doing It The Wrong Way

    This genius trick, uploaded as video by Twitter user Valentina Pestilene, has blown the collective mind of the Internet with its exasperatingly obvious technique (in retrospect). A knife is inserted gently into the bulb, and a single twist is enough to separate and remove the nail from the skin. “As someone who makes a lot of Korean food, this is the best method to peel garlic!” He wrote in a caption below the video.

    The reactions of the people, from the celebrities to the chefs, joined in wonder at the beauty of all this. Expect sales of garlic (more chicle and perfume) to increase in the coming weeks, as one of the great dilemmas of the kitchen finally resolved, and now you can realize the true potential of this wonderful herb!

    Image credits: PNW_Rebel

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    French Inventor Is Selling Pills That Make Farts Smell Nice of Roze

    The French company Lutin Matin claims it has invented a pill that can make smells beautiful.

    Yes, we all know someone who could use it, right? By the way, if you are blue, thinking “in fact, I do not know anyone” – it’s you, comrade.

    However, the tablets have been developed by an inventor named Christian Poinchevall, based in the western French city of Geswehr, and claims to be able to turn your scented gas into a wonderful scent of chocolate or roses.

    Yes, this anal alchemist, in fact, thinks he can calm the smell like roses.

    Credit: Madeline Malin

    In fact, he has been in that since 2007, according to the company’s official website, called Lutin Malin (it’s Canning Imp, en Anglais).

    They argue that the pill is completely natural, there is no medicine or medicine in it. Just a “nutritional supplement based on natural ingredients” that will make your scent smell good.

    Huge, if it’s true.

    “Our numerous return customers are no doubt the best proof.”

    Credit: Madeline Malin

    If you give fancy this product for cleansing butter, then go to the website – or Amazon, as it happens – and you can take a 60-patch bag in less than 20 pounds.

    There are even some interesting variations, too.

    Have you ever wanted your bloating to smell ginger? Can.

    There are even some interesting seasonal choices, too.

    Christmas chocolate or May Day lily, someone?

    It’s not just for people, neither. The site also claims to have some dust that you can use on your dog.

    Now it is a request to make. The fingers of dogs are a bane of the existence of every owner.

    Credit: Madeline Malin

    However, according to Lutin Malin, you can only sprinkle this powder on their foods and their regular rank-out will be replaced with a wonderful scent of spring flowers.

    A few years ago, Poincheval told The Telegraph that his invention was prompted by the necessity for a particularly scrumptious dinner.

    He went away. He experimented with ingredients and combinations and eventually settled on a recipe. Now, they really got off.

    He continued: “I have all kinds of customers,

    “Some people buy them because they have problems with bloating, and some buy them as a joke to send their friends. Christmas always sees sales growth.”

    Why wait until then?

    Featured picture loan: Lutin Malin

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    Cleveland Clinic performs its first in utero surgery on fetus, repairs spina bifida before baby’s birth

    The Cleveland Clinic has joined other major hospitals in North America and can now offer menopausal treatment. The hospital announced on Wednesday that more than a year after the preparations had successfully completed the first operation of North Ohio on the fetus inside the uterus to repair spina bifida.

    “The operation of the fetus in the uterus, I am directing and in charge of it, and directions on where to open the uterus, the exposure of the baby,” said Dr. Darell Kas, director of fetal surgery at the Cleveland Fetal Center at the Clinic.

    The baby girl was born nearly 37 weeks on June 3rd. At the moment, both the mother and the child are doing well. In the spina bifida fetus, the tube that usually protects the lowest part of the spine fails to close the spinal cord exposition, causing a myriad of problems.

    “Spina bifida leads to disability in the baby, can cause paralysis of the legs, it can affect their ability to urinate,” said Kas. “Increasing pressure and fluid and that pressure can lead to brain damage.”

    Fetal gynecological surgery is currently an option for parents in about 20 hospitals in North America since becoming clinically accepted in 2011. Prior to 2011, there were only four fetal surgical centers in the world. Cass was the director of one of them.

    Cass in his 17 years has done more than 160 fetal operations since 2002, and after 17 years as co-director of the Children’s Fetal Center of Texas in Houston, he joined the Cleveland Clinic to start a fetal surgery program. He and his team spent more than a year preparing for their first operation.

    “We started to make simulations and walks and preparations for how the activities will work, how will the family experience,” said Kas.

    The team also visited other fetal surgical centers across the country to learn from top experts in the field.

    While the mother does well, she is not ready for an interview. She allowed the hospital to share a video about the operation.

    “We open the uterus in the smallest way directly above the place where the baby’s back is positioned,” said Tsas. The team uses ultrasound to continuously monitor the baby’s position during surgery.

    Doctors repair the baby’s spine through the aperture in the womb 4.5 cm wide.

    When the operation is complete, “its spinal cord is fully protected,” said Tsas. “It’s covered with muscles and skin, something called a myofascial repair, what is the current state of art.”

    Cass explained that the operation is very risky for the baby; there is the potential that the mother carries his child in the immediate weeks after surgery.

    But in this case, the mother carried the child almost to a mandate, 36.5 weeks, allowing the baby’s brain to be fully developed before birth by the C-section.

    “The operation went perfectly, and actually repairing the back of this baby is the best I’ve seen in the last 20 years,” said Kas.

    Spina bifida cannot be cured completely, but the girl will have fewer disabilities and a much better future and quality of life than if she was treated after she was born.

    “It will still have to deal with some disabilities and we will work on all these things, but it will be as good as it can be,” said Kas.

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    This Zoo in China Puts Visitors in Cages and Lets Animals Roam Free

    As a child, I never wanted to visit zoos or circuses because I could not understand what was so fun in watching closed and humiliated animals. Well, as an adult, I believe that the captivity of the animals is wrong for the essence because the other species have the same rights to life and freedom as we do.

    There has been a lot of debate about captivity lately, and it makes sense why – keeping wild creatures in cages is inhumane, at least to say. Just think about it – not only have we deprived other living creatures of their natural habitat by harming the environment, but we also dare to close them for our own entertainment.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOX-yK8sMTc

    It seems that the zoo in China has found an unusual way to bring people closer to wildlife without biting animals.

    The Lehe Ledu Zoo allows large cats and other wildlife species, such as bears, to move around for free and put visitors in cages. In this way, people have the opportunity to get close to the wild creatures without disappointment they see as captured in small cages, as in most zoos in the world.

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    Street Artist Adds Fake Shadows To Confuse People

    Below are shown 20 works by American street artist Damon Belenergh, who was commissioned to install 20 false shadows in the central area of Redwood City in order to bring more creativity in the area.

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    Credit Card Challenge That Goes Viral

    A Youtube User John Gaalli post a video trying to trick a friend with credit card challenge, on the first view seems to be okay but at end of video a friends catch a credit card and win a game .

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    Girl with rare disease invents teddy bears that hide IV bags

    The hospital often turns out to be a scary place when you are a child. Infusions are, among other things, part of what can most intimidate. A young American named Ella has found a solution to this problem: Medi Teddy, a teddy bear that can be fixed on the gallows.

    Ella can testify to her experience. At age 7, the girl was diagnosed with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, a disease that destroys platelets and increases the risk of injury and bleeding. As a result, she must have a blood infusion every eight weeks in the hospital.

    Photo credit: Ella Casano

    As Ella points out on her website: “When I had my first infusion, I was surprised and a little intimidated by the appearance of the pipe size and the medical equipment of the infusion. Seeing more and more children experience the same feelings, I became interested in creating a more user-friendly experience for young patients on drip. So I created Medi Teddy. I hope Medi Teddy will help you as much as he helps me! “.

    Photo credit: Ella Casano

    It was by hiding the infusion bag in a teddy bear that she managed to overcome her fear. The medical profession’s enthusiasm for this invention and their advice to improve it have totally conquered the mother and daughter to create others.

    “The goal of the Teddy Medi is to hide the child’s infusion bag containing blood, blood derivatives or medicine and to present him with a friendly face to watch,” Meg Casano told the BBC.

    This invention will undoubtedly serve many children in the future is not yet available on the market. The mother and Ella, now 12 years old, kicked off a jackpot last Sunday to fund the production of 500 teddy bears.

    The $ 5,000 they hoped to reap to be able to offer to hospitalized children have already been exceeded, the pot has so far reached nearly $ 12,000! What to make happy many children.

    Credits: Demotivateour

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    School Gives Students PE Credits for Helping Elderly and People With Disabilities Do Yard Work

    Students are usually not too excited, but after they get involved and start working in the yard, they become very motivated. What they really like is: helping ordinary people. They really like to return to people and to meet the person.

    Some schools in eastern Iowa change the standard when it comes to students’ physical education credits.

    While some students across the country have earned some PE credits with extra-curricular activities such as athletics and maraging band, this learning center gives students the opportunity to do something else: work in the yard.

    The Alternative Learning Center is a school for high school students who are at risk of getting out of school. The school offers courses outside the traditional high school as an alternative

    Part of the curriculum of the school is a selection of activities that should be considered as PE credits, according to KWWL. This school year, some students help people in the community who can not work for themselves.

    Master Tim Hitzler said that he and his pupils will see leaves, pull the weeds, grass and all other tasks that may need to be completed during the year. He said he wanted to add work to the yard as an option for activities at the end of the year, because it helps students and the community.

    Credits goes to : wthr . kwwl

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