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A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

Posted in Pictures   9 Jul 2009   / 32307 views

By looking at these pictures, it becomes clear that animals are often much more kind and caring than humans.

1 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

2 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

3 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

4 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

5 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)


6 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

7 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

8 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

9 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)


10 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)





11 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

12 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

13 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

14 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)

15 A sad story on the road. Indescribable emotions (15 pics + 2 videos)





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nat 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Awwwwwww...
The dog vids made me teary.
First vid made me teary 'cause they actually saved the dog.
Second because the dog was trying to get its friend out of the road.
       
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Unknown 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Dogs are the best.
       
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sora 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
As we saw , the animal have more fellings than human. That's sad :(
       
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yea 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
See? A freaking dog knows better than a faking egg roll in the post above this one.
       
ngage                    show commment
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Cucho 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
So sad, cray
       
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SuperMilow 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
omg im crying like a baby!!!!
CrownRoyalty is truly the best kind of royalty their is!
       
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Otus 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I feel like crying.. that dog in second vid.
cray
       
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severe_009 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
WOW... do's are really smart,,, 36
Challenge breeds excellence...
       
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rift 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
its sad that only a handful of humans have that same emotion sense. animals do it either because its pack member, mate, or even ( in cases of elephants) knowing that their own species just needs help. i've seen it in my lizards. one of the baby lizards got sick and died and my bigger lizard would try vianly to wake it up.
       
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robin yates 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
some body told a story about the Good Samaritan,,,,,,,seems animals still try to help another unlike the human race who draws the curtains and hears/sees nothing outside
       
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Bob 7 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
A case of necrophilia in the barn swallow
WHAT were the two barn swallows we reported on two weeks ago really doing(21 March)? As we noted, conservative blogger Lew Waters thinks they are a loving male and female couple, one of whom has died tragically - but Feedback reader "Jim" thinks that they are both males and fighting each other to the death. Now Kees Moeliker provides an even darker explanation.
Kees is curator of birds at the Rotterdam Natural History Museum in the Netherlands. In 2003 he was awarded the Ig Nobel biology prize for his paper "The first scientifically recorded case of homosexual necrophilia in the mallard duck". His recently published book De Eendenman ("The Duck Guy") includes a section on wildlife necrophilia. One of its key examples is those same two barn swallows.
Kees tells us: "These particular birds were not injured, in mourning or in a territorial battle. No, the fluttering swallow-on-top was engaged in one of the best photographically documented cases of necrophilia. From the pictures it is hard to tell if it was homosexual necrophilia or just heterosexual necrophilia: sexes in the barn swallow are very much alike. The less deeply coloured and slightly mottled throat and forehead of the dead swallow point towards it being a juvenile, indicating that this was a rare case of paedophilic necrophilia."
Kees goes on to say that the pictures were taken by photographer Wilson Hsu somewhere in Taiwan in March 2004. "The talented nature photographer seems to have assumed that the live swallow tried to revive his dead 'relative'. Hsu later made his pictures into a video clip that indeed may have made 'millions of people cry', as Waters tells us. Try to watch it with dry eyes."
       
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Mindy 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
You people need to get out of the big city. Here we care about animals but we care about people more. Here it doesn't matter who you are! If you are pulled off on the side of the road someone is going to stop and offer you a hand. If you get hit by a car thay are going to help you anyway they can. If someone runs over your dog, they knock on your door and tell you "Sorry". Have some faith in Humanity!
       
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lolipop 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
they hv feeling too
       
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polalakzzzzz 5 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
hahah....fuNNy crAp!!!
       














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