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Hahaha 
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Dang all of em are great especially the R8 
Audi fans! Which of these would you want the keys for this weekend?
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lmao this is really funny! hahaha esta bien chistoso!

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A potentially deadly albino cobra is slithering free in an upscale California suburb, and authorities are in a desperate search to find it before it bites someone. #Deadly #Cobra #California  

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True!!

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Human, prepare this tuna for me!
#cute #cat #dolphin #friends   #caturdayeveryday   #gif  

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Interesting facts about dolphins

Dolphins have been observed teaching young how to use tools. They cover their snouts with sponges to protect them while foraging.
Dolphins have several highly developed forms of communication. They have a “signature whistle” which allows other individuals to recognise them.

Dolphins are altruistic animals. They are known to stay and help injured individuals, even helping them to the surface to breath. Their compassion also extends across the species-barrier. There are many accounts of dolphins helping humans and even whales.

Dolphins are incredibly social animals. They live in groups and cooperate with each other to get food and in raising offspring (calves).
Dolphins are extremely playful and curious animals. They play-fight with each other and also play with seaweed. They have also been known to play with other animals such as dogs.

Dolphins sleep by resting one side of the brain at a time. This allows them to continue rising to the surface for air and to keep an eye open to watch out for predators.

Dolphins use echolocation to find food and navigate. This is a natural version of radar.

Dolphins can jump as high as 20 feet out of the water.
The “killer whale”, or Orca, is actually a dolphin.

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http://www.onekind.org/be_inspired/animals_a_z/dolphin/
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With major power, minor consumption and stunning #design - the 100% electric, high-performance #ESFLOW is inspired by which three #Nissan models?
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This is just awesome what parts of this could be true??
I found this feed: http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-legends/lost-continent-kumari-kandam-001941 in the Ancient Origins App
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