• The Lady Who Can Smell Parkinson's Disease

    The Lady That Can Smell Parkinson’s Disease

    When Doctor Les Milne returned from work one day, His wife Joy noticed a nasty yeast like smell. She asked him to shower, but the punchent aroma remained. Over proceeding years, Joy would nag him about the smell. In the end Les snapped at her to leave him alone because nobody else could smell it. […] More

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  • Why do dogs have cold noses?

    Why do dogs have cold noses?

    After an especially good belly rub, a dog might bump its nose into its human as a way of saying thanks. Often, this snoot boop feels cold and wet. The owner might wonder: Is it normal for a dog’s nose to feel like this? The answer is yes, it’s normal. But so is a warm […] More

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  • Coca-Cola - 16 creative and eco friendly lids

    Coca-Cola Gives Empty Bottles a Second Chance

    Back in 2014, Coca-Cola came up with a great idea on how to help reuse plastic bottles. They did this by creating 16 creative lids that encourage fun and unique uses for the bottles. We at R Amazing only discovered these wonderful caps a few days ago and were disappointed to see they are either […] More

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  • Wallace Line

    This invisible line separates animal species

    In between two of the islands of Indonesia, there’s an ancient line that is both real and …not real. It is called the Wallace line and there is a distinct difference between the animals on each side of the line. Find out why in this video. More

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  • A dog sniffs out a kidney donor

    1 in 22 Million Chance – A dog sniffs out a kidney donor

    Terminally ill woman, 44, suffering with kidney failure and lupus is saved by her pet Doberman after dog sniffs out a one-in-22million matching donor during trip to the beach. A pet Doberman dog sniffed out a ‘perfect’ kidney donor for its dying owner against odds of one in 22million. Lucy Humphrey, 44, was in desperate […] More

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  • Tiger renamed Giraffe bread by UK Supermarket

    Tiger renamed Giraffe bread by UK Supermarket

    This beautifully kind exchange between 3 and half-year-old Lilly and Sainsburys, a large Supermarket brand in the UK, is one of the most uplifting stories of connection and compassion. After Lily’s parent’s could not answer her question regarding why Tiger bread was named as it was, she wrote a letter to the supermarket. This is […] More

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  • Honey Badger Escape

    Honey Badger Escape

    Stoffel the Houdini-like, escapologist Honey Badger. Discover the amazing ways this ingenious Honey Badger learns to escape its enclosure. More

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  • What Cats Teach Us About Happiness

    Cats Teach Us Happiness

    Source Most of the time, cats come across as utterly indifferent. They don’t seem to care about other cats and aren’t too attached to their owners. But does this mean that cats are immoral, heartless creatures? Are cats, from a philosophical viewpoint, devoid of ethics and virtue? According to philosopher John Gray, author of the […] More

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  • Shark 15 Feet High

    Great White Shark 15 Feet Into The Air

    If you are a fan of Discovery Channel, you probably know about Air Jaws – a fascinating series that brings us closer to the life of the awesome great white sharks in the ocean. Air Jaws was first aired in 2001 – 2002, but it wasn’t until 2010 that the show came back spectacularly and […] More

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  • Great White Sharks R Amazing!

    Medical breakthroughs inspired by animals

    The medical breakthroughs inspired by animal magic: A pain-free jab modelled on a mosquito, bacteria-proof materials inspired by shark skin, and how mussels are helping doctors perform life-saving surgery. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created a glue that mimics the natural adhesive made by barnacles to help wounds heal more quickly, it […] More

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  • R Amazing Facts - Spinach Email

    Spinach Send Emails

    Scientists have taught spinach to send emails and it could warn us about climate change. It may sound like something out of a futuristic science fiction film, but scientists have managed to engineer spinach plants which are capable of sending emails. Through nanotechnology, engineers at MIT in the US have transformed spinach into sensors capable […] More

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  • How Honeybee Venom Can Help Beat Breast Cancer

    Honeybee Venom Can Help Beat Breast Cancer

    Who knew that one day the honeybee would have such a significant impact on breast cancer research? Scientists have recently found that the venom from these cute little creatures can destroy breast cancer cells. Dr. Ciara Duffy and her colleagues from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research tested the toxin on the clinical subtypes […] More

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  • Mother cow clearly asks man to rescue her newborn calf

    Mother cow clearly asks man to rescue her calf

    source This video tells the story of “Flo”, a wonderful cow with a beautiful disposition, as she encountered serious difficulty soon after giving birth to her baby. On a very hot, spring day in Millbrook, Ontario, Flo was near the pond in the meadow that she called home. She and the rest of the herd […] More

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  • Swim like a shark

    Swim Like A Shark

    The Proof Is In The Physics: Olympic ‘Sharkskin’ Swimsuits Outperform Shark Skin This year all of the Olympic swimmers are wearing swimsuits that were developed to mimic sharkskin. Now though, scientists have shown that the man-made design works better for swimmers in a pool than sharkskin does for sharks in the ocean…at least when it […] More

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  • Becoming a shark's friend

    Shark’s Friend

     The real reasons why sharks attack humans Humans are like ungainly packets of meat when paddling in the ocean and should be easy prey compared to fast-moving fish and seals. So, why are so few people attacked by sharks? The crystal-clear water beneath 13-year-old Hannah Mighall darkened for a moment. She was sitting astride […] More

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  • Dolphins and shark fight

    Dolphins and Sharks

    If Dolphins Are Swimming Nearby, Does That Mean Sharks Aren’t? It’s a common piece of surfing wisdom that where dolphins swim, there are never sharks. But for ocean-goers who take comfort in a pod of dolphins swimming by, shark experts have bad news. “This is a myth,” Andrew Nosal, a shark expert at the University […] More

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  • Shark giving birth

    Giving Birth

    Why Shark Embryos Gobble Each Other Up In Utero Shark embryos cannibalize their littermates in the womb, with the largest embryo eating all but one of its siblings. Now, researchers know why: It’s part of a struggle for paternity in utero, where babies of different fathers compete to be born. The researchers, who detailed their […] More

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  • Lifesaving shark

    Lifesaving Shark

    Shark attack saves man’s life after he discovers he has cancer It was a perfect California beach day. On Tuesday, July 8, the hot sun shone in a clear blue sky. The sand bars at Huntington Beach were crowded with swimmers and surfers. Fitchburg resident Eugene Finney treaded water in the ocean, watching his daughter […] More

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  • Shark extinction

    No Sharks?

    What if there were no sharks? It’s safe to say that most folks would be comfortable imagining a world without sharks. Whether you’re a surfer who spends as much time scanning the waters for predators as looking for the next big rip curl or an ordinary beachgoer who’s experienced the terror of sprinting to shore when […] More

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  • Shark tagging

    Shark Tagging

    Shark Tracking Apps for your phone or tablet. OCEARCH Shark Tracker Track sharks in near real-time   Dorsal Shark Reports Dorsal is the worlds most advanced shark reporting and alerts solution. It is a free community based shark alert solution that allows beachgoers and authorities to immediately alert others to shark sightings or attacks in […] More

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  • Shark's age

    How to work out how old a shark is

    Ageing Sharks The age of a shark is determined by counting the growth rings formed on the vertebra. The vertebral rings are laid down on a yearly basis not unlike those of trees. This method is analogous to the method used in ageing bony fish using the otolith (earstone), although not as well refined. However, […] More

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  • Hammerhead sharks

    Hammerheads

    With its unique shaped head, it is easy to see why they are called Hammerhead Sharks. Why do hammerhead sharks look like that? Their oddly-shaped heads could help them swim, or improve their vision, or any of a host of other things. Reputation: The hammer-shaped head of hammerhead sharks improves their swimming performance. Or maybe […] More

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  • Sharks 7 senses

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    Shark Senses

     Shark Senses Sharks have all the senses we have (smell, taste, touch, eyesight, and hearing). They can also sense electricity and vibrations in the water. SMELL A shark’s primary sense is a keen sense of smell. It can detect one drop of blood in a million drops of water (25 gallons or 100 liters) […] More

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  • Deadly Sharks

    More Deadly Than sharks

    10 Animals More Likely to Kill You Than Sharks Sharks can be intimidating. In the water they’re faster than we are, can appear from what seems like out of nowhere in an instant, and pack a solid bite. But in terms of numbers, sharks aren’t the animals you should be most afraid of. Of the […] More

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  • Contagious Kindness

    source Watch as the camera tracks an act of kindness as its passed from one individual to the next and manages to boomerang back to the person who set it into motion. More

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  • Kids Playing On My Driveway

    source Every night I would get an alert from my driveway security camera, and at first I was a bit annoyed, but then I found myself looking forward to the evening alert. And then inspiration struck, in the form of my wife giving me this great idea. What transpired has turned into the best part […] More

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  • Japanese Bees vs a Giant Hornet

    source The giant hornet has one terrible weakness – it cannot stand heat. After millions of years facing their enemy, the bees use this to their advantage. More

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  • Rescue Piglet

    source Watch this teeny rescue piglet get so big and rowdy! Keep up with Biggie on Instagram @biggie_piggie More

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  • Worlds Oldest Cat

    “World’s oldest cat’ Rubble dies aged 31

    Rubble was the equivalent of almost 150 human years and had been inseparable with owner Michele Heritage, 52, from Exeter, Devon, after she got him as a kitten as a birthday present A cat believed to be the oldest in the world has died aged 31 after a wonderful life being pampered by his devoted […] More

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  • Bees most important living beings

    Bees Are The Most Important Living Beings On Earth

    The 2008 meeting of the Royal Geographical Society of London saw a conclusion be the Earthwatch Institute that I’d consider tremendous in stature. Bees were declared the most important living beings on this planet and this is a critical step, considering that they’re on the endangered species long list, with a population decline of 90 […] More

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  • Animal lifespans

    Why do animals have such different lifespans?

    For the microscopic lab worm C. elegans, life equates to just a few short weeks on Earth. The bowhead whale, on the other hand, can live over two hundred years. Why are these lifespans so different? And what does it really mean to ‘age’ anyway? Joao Pedro de Magalhaes explains why the pace of aging […] More

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  • Turning Mecard Toys - Lorry to Bug

    Vehicles to creatures

    How amazing is this? Two cars crash together and then turn into the Mythical Creature of a Unicorn!   Here is a clearer picture: Unfortunately, We can only find one place to purchase this cool looking toy but we are unsure if the shop is that legitimate or not – This is the link if […] More

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  • Undertaker bees

    How ‘undertaker’ bees recognize dead comrades

    They’re the undertakers of the bee world: a class of workers that scours hives for dead comrades, finding them in the dark in as little as 30 minutes, despite the fact that the deceased haven’t begun to give off the typical odours of decay. A new study may reveal how they do it. “The task […] More

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  • Always a kitten

    Tiny kitten won’t grow into a cat due to rare feline condition

      View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Munchie the Perma Kitten 💕🐾 (@minature_munchie) on Mar 8, 2020 at 7:05am PDT A kitten adopted by a family in Wolverhampton, West Midlands will grow no bigger than it is, due to a hormonal deficiency rarely seen of cats. Meet Munchie! Arguably the second […] More

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  • DOCUMENTARY – HERD, A Spiritual Journey

    source During a nature retreat deep in the heart of British Columbia’s horse country, eight people participate in a collective spirit quest of meditation and equine therapy. This documentary was released in November 2016 and was created and directed by Stefan Morel. More

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  • Vito The Cat Had Both Back Legs Amputated

    This Cat Had Both Back Legs Amputated, Look At It Now!

    Vito, who lives in Italy, has become an Instagram and Facebook star after suffering an accident which resulted in his two legs being amputated. Becoming the first cat in Italy to receive two prosthetic legs, Vito now enjoys a normal cat’s life and is showered with attention online. Vito’s owners Silvia Gottardi and her wife […] More

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  • Bees The Most Important Living Beings

    The Bee, Declared The Most Important Living Being On The Planet

    On a recent debate of the Royal Geographical Society of London, the Earthwatch Institute concluded that the bees are the most important living creatures in the whole world. The audience has heard five scientists who battled it out for primates, plankton, bats, fungi and bees. All of the species are invaluable for our planet’s ecosystem, […] More

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  • Spy Cat

    Cats make poor spies

    Spy Cat The exact details surrounding Operation Acoustic Kitty have been debated by members of the CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology, but according to its then-director Robert Wallace, the program originally experimented on other animals, such as rats and ravens, using a tactic called passive concealment. There is even a YouTube video of Wallace (see […] More

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  • Missy the cat

    Missy the cat discovered her owner’s Cancer.

    Angela Tinning believes her cat Missy had a huge part to play in her breast cancer diagnosis. Missy, may look like your ordinary tabby cat but she diagnosed her owner’s breast cancer in its early stages. Angela, from Lemington, Newcastle, only discovered her health was at risk after getting Missy as a kitten. She noticed […] More

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  • Dogs Can Recognise a Bad Person

    Dogs Can Recognise a Bad Person and There Is Science to Prove It

    Lots of people want dogs. They want something to care for, to cuddle, to play with, to run with–something that will be loyal and love back as much as it is loved. But according to a new study, this may not ever be the case for some people. Science has discovered that dogs can tell […] More

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  • Cats Body Language

    Cat Body Language

      Cats Tail Code What is your cat trying to tell with their tail? Decoding Your Cat’s Body Language There’s no getting around the fact that cats are mysterious creatures. Dogs make it pretty clear what they want—feed me, take me out, pay attention to me. But decoding cat behaviour to figure out what a […] More

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  • Oscar the miracle cat

    Oscar the ‘Miracle’ Cat Comforts the Dying

    Ten-year-old Oscar has been comforting patients in their dying days at Steere House Nursing centre since he was a kitten. Meet Oscar the cat who is believed to have predicted the deaths of 100 people at a nursing home. The 10-year-old tabby spends his days roaming the halls of Steere House and is known by […] More

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