Grateful chimpanzee

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Gorillas in the mist.

Occupational therapist Dian Fossey (Sigourney Weaver) is inspired by the anthropologist Louis Leakey (Iain Cuthbertson) to devote her life to the study of primates. To this end, she writes ceaselessly to him for a job cataloguing and studying the rare mountain gorillas of Africa. With some effort, she manages to convince Leakey of her conviction and devotion to the cause at hand after personally approaching him following a lecture in Louisville, Kentucky, on his part in 1966. Thereafter, Fossey embarks into the Congo, where Leakey and his foundation equip her with the necessary equipment and housing to achieve personal contact with the gorillas, and introduce her to a local animal tracker, Sembagare (John Omirah Miluwi), to assist her in her endeavors. Settling deep in the jungle, Fossey and Sembagare manage to locate a troop of gorillas, but they are ultimately displaced by the events of the Congo Crisis after being forcibly evicted from their research site by Congolese soldiers, who accuse Fossey of being a foreign spy and agitator.

Initially, Fossey sees no other option but to leave the continent and return to the United States. However, after Sembagare and her temporary host Rosamond Carr (Julie Harris) motivate her to stay, she decides to base her research efforts in the jungles of neighboring Rwanda, which Dian presumes will be safe from outside incursions. However, what Fossey fails to foresee are the rampant problems of poaching and corruption taking place therein, which become apparent when she discovers several traps in the vicinity of her new base at Karisoke. Nevertheless, Fossey and her colleagues make several key headways with the gorillas, taking account of the gorilla's communication and social groups. In so doing, her work impresses Leakey and gains broader international attention.


behind the scenes.

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In the video below, a dog and a baby have moved this time. The mother of the baby sat on the sofa with the baby and the family pet on the edge of the cushion. He was trying to get his baby to eat some food.
"Mom. Mom. Say mom", the mother taught her son.
Despite his encouraging efforts, the baby did not say the magic word.
He continued looking at his mother and then at the meal, and so on.
From where they were sitting, the food must have looked very tasty because the dog could not resist the temptation to get something from it for himself. When a couple of barks were not enough to get what he wanted, he resorted to another tactic: to say the word himself.
You can see the dog panting, trying to get the right words to win over the mother.
After several attempts, he succeeded, and it is the funniest thing in the world!
Through his breath and his lesser barking, you hear the dog say "Mom! Mom!". How could he do this, I do not know, but it's a great fun to see him.
The family laughed out loud while the dog kept calling the mother with confidence.
Even the baby realized what dog was saying, and he was not happy about it. He began to tap the dog softly to be quiet.

Trata de hacer que su bebé diga ‘mamá’, pero el perro decide adelantarse


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Grateful whale.
Translated from Russian by Microsoft
Keith surprised the fishermen with his behavior off the coast of Sydney, when several times sailing to them, began to put his head out of the water. The fishermen did not immediately realize that the whale was asking for their help. One of the fishermen noticed a stuck plastic bag in the right part of the whale mouth.
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