A sex-crazed tortoise that fathered hundreds of children and was acclaimed for "saving its species from extinction" was retired only a few years ago after siring over 800 children. Yes, it was a difficult task, but somebody had to do it. The tortoise in this case was a valiant soldier named Diego. Diego the Galápagos tortoise was retired from his duties at the … [Read more...] about Sex-crazed gigantic turtle saves his entire species from extinction by fathering over 800 kids
How many kids does Angelina Jolie have? Are all they biological? Here you go!
Angelina Jolie remarks are, now more selective about the projects she chooses and has opted more for acting work rather than directing because this allows her to spend more time with her family. Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and twins Knox and Vivienne are Angelina Jolie’s six children.The proud mother attended the Hollywood premiere of her new Marvel Studios film Eternals … [Read more...] about How many kids does Angelina Jolie have? Are all they biological? Here you go!
A Brave Dog Risked His Life to Fight Off a Puma and Save Two Young Kids
When he heard the girls scream he knew exactly what to do. When Morocho was confronted by a puma, the Dogo Argentino chose to sacrifice his life to save two tiny girls. The Dogo Argentino is a giant white, muscular dog that was bred in Argentina for big game hunting, according to Wikipedia. They were known to go on wild boar hunts. Dogo Argentinos are also developed to … [Read more...] about A Brave Dog Risked His Life to Fight Off a Puma and Save Two Young Kids
Like Dogs and Kids, Cats Also Develop Attachments To Their Human Caregivers
Put away your notions of cats as distant, solitary creatures. According to a recent study, domestic cats and people bond in a similar way to how dogs and kids do. Scientists watch how an infant reacts to its caregiver's return after a brief absence while in a novel environment to assess the bonding behavior of people. Newborns who feel secure resume their casual exploration, … [Read more...] about Like Dogs and Kids, Cats Also Develop Attachments To Their Human Caregivers
Diego, the 100-year-old tortoise who saved his species by fathering 800 kids, has retired to his home Galapagos island
After 87 years of reproductive efforts, a tortoise called "sex machine" for his role in repopulating his species has retired. After being relocated to Santa Cruz island in Galapagos, Ecuador, by environmentalists in the mid-1960s to safeguard its decreasing population, Diego the Giant tortoise fathered over 800 offspring. The 100-year-old tortoise will now return to his … [Read more...] about Diego, the 100-year-old tortoise who saved his species by fathering 800 kids, has retired to his home Galapagos island