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conservationbiologist:

by Frans de Waal

LONELY WHALE

It has been tracked since 1992 and been labeled the loneliest whale in the world. It sings at a frequency of 51.75 Hz whereas others of it’s kind sing at 15 - 25 Hz. It does not travel along migration routes of any baleen whale species. There is no opportunity for other whales to run into it.

"The best guess of researchers is that this lonely whale is either a ‘deformed’ hybrid between 2 species of whale, or the last surviving member of an unknown species." - Impact Lab

http://factsnacks.blogspot.nl/2011/03/1-is-loneliest-number.html

forgivenessisourtorch:

Can we just talk about the movie Shrek for a second here?

Here we see the three bears in a cage, the baby bear is crying that it’s too small.image 
Now, back at Shreks swamp we see the baby bear still crying to his father, yet he’s not in a cage, Where’s his mother?image

Later on, it shows Lord Farquaads castle and it shows the Mother bear skinned and turned into a rug.image

 Lord Farquaad SKINNED AND TURNED THE MOTHER BEAR INTO A RUG. 
THAT’S WHY THE BABY BEAR IS STILL CRYING.

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