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Flocks of yellow-billed cuckoos, which normally migrate from North to South America to escape winter, have been seen in Jamaica in recent weeks, anRead more from Stabroek News
I don't believe I've ever called you any name other than your own.
Yet you have often used the term TDS in reference to me. It is hurtful, as it reduces my thoughts and opinions to a slur regarding mental illness. Yes, the illness is invented, yet the insult is still very real.
Just as unfair as calling all Trump supporters "deplorables" "rednecks" "white trash" ?
I do not do that. Rednecks and white trash exist, but aren't confined to any political ideology. I would imagine most are too stupid to form an opinion on anything. And "Deplorables" was Hillary's phrase. I have never used it.
If anyone here has called you any of these things in my forum, please let me know.
Meanwhile... here is another animal to show that we can disagree, but will make up in the end.
Before dawn, with just enough light to see by, James Dorey and his colleagues went searching for bees.Read more from ScienceAlert
Whales, sharks, seals, tens of millions of seabirds, and just under 300 humans inhabit the small islands that make up Tristan da Cunha.Read more from Environment
The decision will trigger another court battle over whether he has the power as president to essentially erase a national monument.Read more from Science
A rare sighting of a koala with twin joeys has been shared online after a woman stumbled across the marsupial during a drive in country Victoria.
An elephant falls into a well after straying into a village bordering a forest in Tamil Nadu's Dharmapuri district, with rescuers sedating it during the 12-hour rescue operation.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Shared on The Big Cat Sanctuary's Instagram profile, the images are surely a treat for the viewers.Read more from Hindustan Times
Now THAT is a cat worthy of its own Instagram page!
When Abby Gilbert's daughter picked up a shark trapped in a shallow rockpool, she knew it was in safe hands. After all, the 11-year-old had grown up with a shark rather than a teddy bear as her bedtime toy.Read more from www.abc.net.au