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That's really amazing. Thanks for posting that. Some of that was the most extreme cases and proof of animal intelligence I've ever seen.
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The more we study non-human animals the more we see how similar they are to humans. Their sentience and capacity for feeling is hard to deny.

What human animals have done to other animal species' on on Earth is unforgivable.
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Awesome post @HappyGuy. :D

I wish I had it on film, but I watched a mother mouse spend about 10 minutes straight trying to teach one of her baby mice how to jump across a gap between some furniture in an old storage room. She kept dragging the baby up to make it watch her do the jump and demonstrating it, then coming back again and trying to get the baby to do it, but it kept bumbling around near the edge and lacked confidence to make the jump by itself, so she eventually just grabbed it by the scruff of the neck and picked it up, and did the long jump holding the baby. :o

Anyway, here's some more:

LOL @ the two different sets where an indoor bird steals food off the kitchen counter or stovetop and feeds it to the dog.
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If you're serious about "taking the red pill," read thoroughly researched work by an unbiased "American intellectual soldier of our age" to learn what controlled media doesn't want you to see 8) : https://www.unz.com/page/american-pravda-series/
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Another one courtesy of "NameTheJew Video Archives" on Bitchute, LOL:
RACOON SAVES HIS BROTHER
They are brothers. The filter goes on and they get scared. They help each other. Animals are better than most people.
The one that got spooked by the filter and was paddling around in the pool didn't look too distressed, but I still liked it:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/KTOK3j5y34KG/
If you're serious about "taking the red pill," read thoroughly researched work by an unbiased "American intellectual soldier of our age" to learn what controlled media doesn't want you to see 8) : https://www.unz.com/page/american-pravda-series/
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A positive thread at HA. That is disturbing.
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