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This Woman Had Sex With A Dolphin! A LOT! Animal Abuse Or Naw?

Dolphin researcher from the 60's recalls how she used to regularly pleasure a male dolphin.

Margaret Howe Lovatt was an animal researcher caught up in the weirdness of the 1960's.

The weirdness we speak of is the Nasa-funded experiment on the U.S. Virgin Islands where Margaret tried to teach a dolphin named Peter to speak English.

Margaret lived with Peter the dolphin in a normal, domestic home… that just happened to be filled with knee-deep water!

She and Peter lived together and their friendship pretty quickly blossomed into something more… gross physical.

Margaret said:

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Fish Caught Off Oregon Coast Are Radioactive! Your Tuna May Not Be Safe To Eat!

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Researchers detect radiation in tuna caught off Oregon coast... even though the Fukushima disaster was back in 2011!!

This is pretty scary. Radiation from the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan has spread throughout our oceans.

Even though the nuclear power plant disaster was years ago, there are still irradiated fish swimming around. Some of those fish are delicious tuna, and some of those tasty fishies are being caught off the coast of Oregon!

A study of the fish, led by Oregon State University, looked at 26 Pacific albacore tuna caught between

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Science Explains Why Hyenas STINK! Who Knew They Had Such A Horrible Stench??

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Hyena stink is caused by bacteria??

Ever smell a hyena??

No?! Really?? Oh… well they stink. BAD.

Mainly from a scent gland under their tails.

Many animals like to rub their butts against stuff to make their presence known.

The same is true for hyenas. They can tell sex, age, family or clan and more just by smelling other hyenas' markings.

Scientists have long theorized that these smells aren't made by the animals themselves but

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Dogs Sense Other Dogs' Emotions Based On Tail Wags

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Dogs can be very sensitive to the emotions and energy of those around them.

But how do they pick up on these cues??

They can tell how other dogs are feeling by their tail wags!

Well… no duh!

But wait, not just whether it's wagging or not… but the type of wag!

Apparently, when a dog wags their tail to the left, it means negative, anxious emotions. When a dog wags to the right, it means positive and happy ones!

That's so crazy! We had no idea.

So, are doings doing this on purpose??

A co-author of the study looking at dogs and tail wagging, said:

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Killer Whales Also Go Through Menopause!

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Killer whales go through menopause, just like people!

Apparently Killer Whales share a rare evolutionary trait with us humans:

Menopause!

That's right, killer whales goes through menopause.

Experts say that this trait improves an offspring's chance of survival.

Orcas are one of the rare species that continues to live long after they're done reproducing.

That means that their baby has a great chance of surviving because he's got his mama's help!

The lead investigator of the study into why these whales have menopause said:

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Dolphins Have Names And Use Them!

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Bottlenose dolphins are so crazy smart and cute we want to be friends with one!

We'd swim into the ocean and introduce ourselves, then, the craziest part is, they could introduce themselves to us: by telling us their name!!

Of course we'd only understand it if we spoke dolphinese but it's still a pretty cool fact.

A recent study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B found that bottlenose dolphins have signature whistles and can use the signature whistles of other dolphins.

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Study Says Bee Venom May KILL HIV!!!

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Holy beeswax!

A new study has been published that shows that a toxin in bee venom can kill the HIV virus.

Scientists hope that this new breakthrough may lead to a gel that can be used to prevent the further spread of the HIV virus.

Here's what one scientist said:

“Our hope is that in places where HIV is running rampant, people could use this gel as a preventive measure to stop the initial infection."

That would be crazy awesome!!

We never thought we would say this, but thank the lawd for bee venom!!!

Watch an informational video directly (above) !!!

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