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Let’s hope the hatchling doesn’t think it’s going to grow into a human!
Back in 2017, a number of Diamondback terrapins were rescued from a “horrid, illegal situation” and given to Garden State Tortoise, a conservation facility in Galloway, New Jersey, according to Viral Hog. Though not all of the terrapins survived the recovery process, two of the females were finally able to lay 15 eggs in Spring 2019.
Of the 15 eggs, only one turned out to be fertile, resulting in a hatching that was caught on camera several weeks later.
“This special little turtle is living proof that humans can make a difference even after our own kind has caused such harm to wildlife. We are happy to report that the baby is beautiful, healthy and thriving,” Garden State Tortoise told the video licenser.
Every once in a while, we all have those moments when the overwhelming desire to exit a place or a situation drives us to try the craziest ideas. Well, it looks like humans are not the only species that go out of their way to make an escape.
Our canine friends are energetic and always ready for adventures, but even the most lively doggos need a proper nap time - especially if they are very smol puppers. And we totally understand them, but it is impossible to leave them alone, because while they sleep, they are the cutest.
Terp, a 10-year-old golden retriever, recently got a shock to the system from an animatronic werewolf he and his mom encountered during their trip to a local hardware store in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Canines love us and we love them back, but sometimes this is a big problem - especially when people have only a few minutes to play with doggos and wind up giving them an insufficient number of belly rubs or tasty snacks. In this case, pups might become angry at us and nobody will be able to protect us, except for other canines.
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