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Endangered Baby Deer Does Miley Cyrus Impression!

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Aww! An endangered baby deer did a Miley Cyrus impression!

Aww! Just look at that little guy!

Only a few days old and he's already working on his Miley Cyrus impression. LOLz!

The little baby is a Pampas Deer and he's part of a threatened species in Uruguay.

Their natural habitat has been converted into farmland and their population has been decimated by wild dogs!

So every time one of these babies is born an angel gets his wings their species gets stronger!

M'Bopicuá breeding station welcomed the baby as part of their breeding program, hoping to one day release the deer into protected conservation land.

He's such a cutie pie we can't wait til he can be set free to roam around vast, safe grassland!

Check out a video of the little guy running around AFTER THE JUMP!!

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San Francisco SPCA Promotes Pet Condoms?! Say Whaaaaaat?

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San Francisco SPCA promotes pet condoms to raise spaying/neutering awareness

Getting your pets spayed/neutered is seriously important, you guys!

Not only does it help to reduce the homeless pet population, it improves your pet's health and even helps to limit aggressiveness!

But not everyone is getting their pets fixed… so the SPCA of San Francisco came up with a creative way to get people's attention:

Pet condoms!

Say whaaaaaat??

That's right! If you check out PetCondoms.org, you can learn all about "[Talking] to Your Pet about Protection," or find out "How to Put On a Pet Condom."

Obviously, it's all a joke. Clicking on any of the links just leads to a pop-up that says:

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Shepherd Dogs Help Save Goats And Cheetahs At The Same Time!

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In Gobabis, Namibia in Africa there is a delicate balance of nature.

Livestock, like goats, are integral to the economy and society.

But there's always the constant threat of attack because Namibia is home to the world's largest population of wild cheetahs!!

So how do you keep your livestock safe??

Kangal dogs!!

These cutie pooches protect their goat buddies against cheetahs but don't kill them.

They just scare most predators away!

So ever since the dogs were introduced into Namibia 19-years ago, the area has seen the largest population of wild cheetahs in 30 years at 4,000!!

That's incredible! The dogs protect the flock, so there's no longer a reason for farmers to have to kill cheetahs!!

Check out the video (above) to see a cutie guard dog in action!

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Short-Haired Bumblebees Reintroduced Into The UK After 25 Years

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This is so ahmayzing!! Go science!!

Conservationists in the UK are trying to bring back an extinct species of bumblebee!!

The short-haired bumblebee is being reintroduced into the Kent area.

Several queens have been raised and released into the area in an attempt to start a breeding population.

Since the project started, they've recorded young worker bees in a 2.5 mile area… the first to be seen in 25 years!!

Clearly, the program is working! That's so great!

The whole point of bringing these bees back is to help bring flowering meadows back to the British countryside.

Sounds like a beautiful idea!

Check out the video (above) to see how they're raising and releasing these queens!

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Relax! Jellyfish Aren't Take Over The Ocean…Yet

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Some reports claim that jellyfish are experiencing population booms and the ocean will slow be taking over by them.

But studies of longtime records of the animal suggest otherwise…so no jellyfishing just yet!

Researchers have found that

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