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Unlike most members of the cat family, tigers seem to enjoy water. They swim well and often soak in streams or pools of water to cool off. The scientific name for the tiger is Panthera tigris.

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A Time Magazine Invention of the Year (2012) winner, the LifeStraw removes a minimum of 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and filters up to 1000L of contaminated water.

Around the world, an estimated 884 million people still do not have access to clean drinking water. According to the manufacturers, LifeStraw makes it possible to drink safely from any river, lake or puddle. It is also perfect for the backpacker, camper, hiker, traveler, boy scout, or for emergencies.

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A huge pyramid had been discovered off the azores island by portuguese amateur sailor “diocletian silva”.

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Ram Bahadur Bomjon, a Buddhist Monk, meditated for 10 months straight without food or water. To challenge this incredible claim, Discovery channel filmed the boy for 4 straight days and nights. He never moved. Supporters of Buddhism consider him the “reincarnation of the Buddha"

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A female red squirrel adopting an orphan baby from an abandoned nest; although squirrels rarely interact, they learn who their nearby relatives are by hearing their unique calls. If they fail to hear a relative's calls for a few days, they may investigate and rescue orphans.

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