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Yulin, a city in southern China, praises the summber solstice by tossing a celebration that includes the butcher and utilization of 10,000 dogs. Not everybody in China backs such practices, in any case; 65-year-old Yang Xiaoyun, a resigned instructor who runs an animal protect shelter in Tianjin, traveled more than 2,400 km or (1500 miles) and spent more than 7,000 yuan or ($1,100 or €990) to spare 100 dogs from sure death.
Many people like to say "awww, he thinks hes a human when they see a creature standing on two legs, however at times, they may not know that they are so near to reality. George is a cat that wants to remain on two legs and seems as though he means to one day turn into a genuine human and take control over the world.
his octopus is cute to the point that it may be named "adorabilis." Specimens of this anonymous octopus have been gathered subsequent to 1990; now Stephanie Bush, a postdoctoral scientist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California, said that she is considering the exploratory name Opisthoteuthis Adorabilis.