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NOT SURE WHICH ORDER TO TAKE THEM IN.
In TIME's photo of the day, giant pandas breed like rabbits.
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The number of calves that have perished in this current poaching wave is unclear. Also unknown is how many babies survive.
Many thanks to those who with dedication and determination do all they can to give baby elephants a chance.
Elephant Orphanage - helping these poor elepahnts in time of need!
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Our world is suffering greatly at the hands of people who have placed their desire to be right above the desire to achieve the right outcome. They confuse their need for an ego boost, their quest for power, and their thirst for greed with leadership. Many of the symptoms of poor leadership we’re seeing today may seemingly resolve themselves in the near term, but the greater problem won’t go away on its own.
Frankly, I think we're looking for leadership in all the wrong places. I saw an interesting comment by Neil DeGrasse, astronomer and scientist. He observed that more than half of congressional seats are filled by lawyers - people who rely on the SKILL of arguing a point as a means of WINNING a point. This has nothing to do with whether the points made are true, moral, ethical or move society forward in any way. Maybe we should be looking among the "masses" - those people who are living and working everyday to make life better "on the ground," so to speak. Entrepreneurs. Community organizers and activitists. Those who sit-in and protest and work in food kitchens and community gardens. These are the people who are coming up with solutions on a daily basis, and are unconcerned with, "scoring points."
CHIVA Africa has enlisted an impressive line-up of celebrity artists and artistic celebrities to design and decorate wooden rocking horses for auction