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    The pink handfish

    11 Incredible Animals You’ve Probably Never Even Heard of

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  • Their eyes were pleading as they were finally helped into the boat. The fishermen were cautious, but the cubs were too exhausted to hurt anyone.

    Their eyes were pleading as they were finally helped into the boat. The fishermen were cautious, but the cubs were too exhausted to hurt anyone.

    These Bear Cubs Were Drowning, But Then Some Kind Boaters Saved The Day

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  • Some fishermen on Lake Vygozero in Russia spotted the brown bear cubs struggling and made their way to the spot.

    Some fishermen on Lake Vygozero in Russia spotted the brown bear cubs struggling and made their way to the spot.

    These Bear Cubs Were Drowning, But Then Some Kind Boaters Saved The Day

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  • #4 As Seen Through A Fish-Eye Lens From An Apartment Four Blocks Away, Smoke Streams From The North Tower Within Minutes Of The First Plane’s Attack

    #4 As Seen Through A Fish-Eye Lens From An Apartment Four Blocks Away, Smoke Streams From The North Tower Within Minutes Of The First Plane’s Attack

    10+ Rare Photos Of 9/11 You Probably Haven’t Seen Before

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  • 12. Jellyfish, corals, and bright fish

    12. Jellyfish, corals, and bright fish

    12 Things You Should Know to Survive in Exotic Countries

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  • 25. Fresh fish is a delicious dinner choice. That said, this might be taking”fresh” a little too far. Just think about the smell… and the fact that this plan involves having live fish in your fridge at all times.

    25. Fresh fish is a delicious dinner choice. That said, this might be taking”fresh” a little too far. Just think about the smell… and the fact that this plan involves having live fish in your fridge at all times.

    25 Photos That Will Make Perfectionists Lose Their Minds

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  • #8 Cymothoa Exigua Is A Type Of Parasite That Enters Fish's Gills, Eats Their Tongue, And Then Replaces It

    #8 Cymothoa Exigua Is A Type Of Parasite That Enters Fish's Gills, Eats Their Tongue, And Then Replaces It

    10+ Times Nature Made Us Say “NOPE” (WARNING: This List Might Be Too Scary For You)

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  • Neil Fox of Ocidental Petroleum was the first McDonald’s franchisee to open a restaurant and utilize the Golden Arches design, which was created by architect Stanley Clark Meston and Charles Fish. While the McDonald brothers were initially unaware that he’d utilized this logo, they soon added it to all following franchises from that point forward.

    Neil Fox of Ocidental Petroleum was the first McDonald’s franchisee to open a restaurant and utilize the Golden Arches design, which was created by architect Stanley Clark Meston and Charles Fish. While the McDonald brothers were initially unaware that he’d utilized this logo, they soon added it to all following franchises from that point forward.

    See Inside The Oldest McDonald’s Restaurant In The World, Operating Since 1953

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  • they’re not the only animals of the sea who have the ability to produce electricity? This tiny shrimp, known as an ostracod, produces luminescent chemicals that deter most predators from eating them. This fish actually tried to swallow one and had to spit it back out!

    they’re not the only animals of the sea who have the ability to produce electricity? This tiny shrimp, known as an ostracod, produces luminescent chemicals that deter most predators from eating them. This fish actually tried to swallow one and had to spit it back out!

    20 Photos Of The Natural World That Make Everyone Go ‘Whoa!’

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  • 9. We rarely think of fish as being stealthy hunters. After all, how smart can they be if they regularly fall for the ol’ worm-on-a-hook trick? Still, this archerfish defies all expectations, what with its incredible ability to spout water from its mouth in order to knock insects from their leafy perches above. That poor little bugger never stood a chance.

    9. We rarely think of fish as being stealthy hunters. After all, how smart can they be if they regularly fall for the ol’ worm-on-a-hook trick? Still, this archerfish defies all expectations, what with its incredible ability to spout water from its mouth in order to knock insects from their leafy perches above. That poor little bugger never stood a chance.

    20 Photos Of The Natural World That Make Everyone Go ‘Whoa!’

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