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MALIBU, CA -- After months in an enclosure in Malibu, California, five orphaned fawns enjoyed their first moments back in the wild.The fawns slowly walked out of their enclosure as they experienced their first taste of freedom in six months. After they all got outside, they took off running and hopping, having a great time being out of confinement. The deer have been cared for by the California Wildlife Center, which specializes in the rescue and rehabilitation of sick and injured wildlife. The interesting thing about this release is that the animals are prevented from seeing human faces and forms during their rehabilitation, to keep their fear of people.
Apparently, bees hate drones. When Skymark Productions flew a quadcopter around this neighborhood, it became the target of a huge bee attack. Wow!
MIAMI BEACH, FL -- Skymark Productions attached a camera to a drone quadcopter and sent it up for an aerial view on a flight in a Miami Beach neighborhood. As soon as it got up above the trees and houses, the drone was attacked by another type of drone: Male honeybees. Due to the aggressive nature and sheer number of drones protecting the hive, it’s believed that these were Africanized bees. A bee removal professional has inspected the hive and is planning to either relocate or destroy it.
Spirit Juice Films has produced a short documentary about a former skateboarder who is now a member of the Friars of the Immaculate. Friar Gabriel was recently given obedience to travel the world to preach the group's message, all while riding a skateboard. He went from Australia to Chicago, riding his board and spreading his gospel. The film is beautifully shot and features a song from Friar Gabriel called "Salve Regina."
Can you draw your significant other from memory? Well, BuzzFeed recently tested folks to see if they could draw their loved ones. It turns out that it isn't that easy. Our very own RTM hosts took the challenge as they scribbled out pictures of each other.
(LONDON, ENGLAND) -- A Canadian goose was found wandering along a major freeway in London. The Highways Agency called the Wildlife Aid Foundation to come and rescue the bird. The goose wasn’t interested in being caught and instead of flying away, it kept running as cars continued racing down the road. To protect the goose and the drivers, the Highways Agency put up a roadblock until the bird was safely captured. Volunteer vet Cristina and volunteer rescuer Ron found the goose on the side of the road in the brush and climbed up to rescue it. They took the animal for an exam and found out why the goose wasn’t flying. One of its wings was not only broken, it was shattered. They put a splint on it, and after it’s healed they hope to be able to return it to the wild. The Wildlife Aid Foundation is an all-volunteer facility dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned animals.
Many of us take for granted how easy it is to get around a city. But as this video from Vocativ proves, getting around a city, like New York City, is an extremely difficult task for someone in a wheelchair. It took over a hour for Scotty Hard to get a taxi ride. It's a major issue that many of us are unaware of as only two-percent of NYC taxis are wheelchair accessible.
WARNING: You are about to hear a lot of the bad four-letter words... but bear with us. This video starring a string of adorable little girls in princess outfits dropping F-bombs like it's going out of style hits you hard. It was created by FCKH8.com. It poses the (really good) question: What's more offensive? That these pint-sized princesses are cussing oh so much? Or the actual statistics about equal pay for women and rape? This one's a talker, to say the least.
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