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Ellen DeGeneres Gets A Huge Shock (& Millions Of Dollars) From Ashton Kutcher & Friend Guy Oseary For Her Wildlife Fund!

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Ellen DeGeneres was gifted a good cry during Wednesday's episode of her show!

Oh, and an insane $4 million thanks to Ashton Kutcher and his business partner Guy Oseary's generosity, all on behalf of their new investment app Ripple!

With all the money going to The Ellen DeGeneres Wildlife Fund, it's no wonder this surprise touched the comedienne. Watch (above)!

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Trump Administration Reverses Ban On Importing 'Trophies' Of Elephants Killed In Africa — & Claims Doing So Will Help Preserve The Species

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Donald Trump is making Africa great again… for rich American hunters.

The president is reversing the Obama administration ban on bringing the heads of elephants killed in two African countries back into the United States.

If that's not infuriating enough, the administration is claiming allowing imports of parts of elephants (called trophies) will actually save the species. Why? Because locals will apparently become more incentivized to conserve the animals.

Related: Trump's Border Wall Plans Are Ruined Thanks To Cards Against Humanity!

So, if elephants go extinct, we know to blame the careless people of Africa and NOT those who hunted the elephants down.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said it determined that hunting African elephants in Zimbabwe and Zambia will "enhance the survival of the species," adding in a statement:

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BRB, Vomiting — New Study Reveals Subway's Chicken Only Contains About 50 Percent Chicken DNA!

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UPDATE 3/2 6:17 P.M. EST: Subway has shot back at the accusations, with company president and chief executive Suzanne Greco saying, "The stunningly flawed test by Marketplace is a tremendous disservice to our customers. The allegation that our chicken is only 50 percent chicken is 100 percent wrong." The sandwich chain also released their own study — that was conducted by TWO independent labs — that concluded there was less than 1% of plant protein found in Subway chicken samples.


Eat fresh…ly spliced chicken creature hybrids!

That's where our imaginations are taking us after a new study made some repugnant findings on the contents of Subway chicken.

A recent test conducted by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has found that the sandwich chain's chicken meat contains only about 50% chicken DNA!

The study was part of a larger survey that examined chicken items from multiple chains operating in Canada — including Wendy's, McDonald's, Tim Hortons, and A&W.

Related: Taco Bell's New Taco Shell Is Made Out Of Fried Chicken!

While most of the meat from competitors was shown to contain 85 to 90 percent chicken DNA, the findings for Subway's oven roasted chicken were foully un-fowl.

According to the test, Subway's signature chicken contained just 53.6% chicken DNA — its chicken strips scored even lower, registering at just

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Filmmaker Goes Missing Off Florida Coast While Filming The Follow-up To Sharkwater Doc!

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This is terrifying.

A Toronto filmmaker and environmentalist has gone missing earlier this week after a night dive while shooting a follow-up to his documentary Sharkwater.

On Tuesday, Rob Stewart and two friends were diving near a shipwreck off the Florida Keys when the director disappeared under the water.

Related: David Beckham Helps Save Elderly Woman!

The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed the search for the 37-year-old continued at dawn on Thursday, with members of the U.S. Navy, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and local police joining with 20 boats and 12 aircrafts.

A coast guard team stayed on the water overnight looking for traces of Stewart, who hasn't been seen since 5 p.m. Tuesday when he didn't resurface while diving in an area called Alligator Reef.

Spokesperson Jonathan Lally said the Coast Guard is remaining hopeful, telling local press:

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