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50 Adorable Animals Reacting to Snow for the First Time

The look on their faces says it all!


Who says that kids – and “young at heart” adults – are the only ones excited to see snow? Truth is, animals are just as stoked as human beings whenever there is a blanket of snow. And they also rush into almost everything they see white. Besides, the first snow is something that you cannot simply outgrow.

We here at Elite Readers compiled a list of animals that are wildly amused by the effects of snow. They either jump or dive into it, though a few of them show a pinch of disgust and terror. And mind you, the results are getting funnier and hilarious. You can just see on their faces how happy they are!

Well, without further ado, here they are. Scroll down and let us know what you think about these lovely creatures!


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See, these animals have mixed reactions upon seeing snow for the first time. We are pretty sure you get to experience the same feelings the moment you saw snow. And its pretty awesome that their reactions were captured on camera for all the world to see. These animals are lovely creatures indeed!

So, what do you think about this compilation of snow-amazed animals? Let us know what you think the comment below!


Sea Turtles Are Turning Female Because of Rising Temperatures

The warmer the temperature is, the bigger probability that hatchlings will turn female.

Here's a fascinating tidbit about sea turtles - their gender depends on temperature. The warmer the temperature is, the bigger probability that hatchlings will turn female. Because of global warming, the number of female sea turtles are increasing dramatically.

According to the study of researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, California State University and Worldwide Fund for Nature Australia,:

"Combining our results with temperature data show that the northern GBR green turtle rookeries have been producing primarily females for more than two decades and that the complete feminisation of this population is possible in the near future."

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Million of Crabs in Christmas Island Marches Back to the Jungle After Mating Season

The tide of crustaceans crawling all over the beach is so thick it can be seen from Google Earth.

Once a year, millions of baby crabs can be seen making their way to the beaches of Christmas Island during mating season. These crabs came from the ocean and are heading towards the jungle where the adult crabs live.

The march produces a sea of crimson, a sight so amazing that it has become a tourist attraction. The tide of crustaceans crawling all over the beach is so thick it can be seen from Google Earth. Just try to imagine that!

The annual mating season of the crabs attracted tourists to Christmas Island.

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Woman Performs Surgery On A Butterfly With Broken Wings – And It Worked!

Despite having no medical expertise, she was able to perform a successful wing transplant.

Monarch butterflies are perhaps one of the most interesting species, with wings that seem to be a work of art. They can only live from two weeks to five months the most. Apparently, there was a certain butterfly on a brink of death. It basically came into this world with a defected wing.

Romy McCloskey vowed to raise three monarch butterflies, but one of these creatures had a problem on its wings. Determined he could save it, Romy turned her home into a mini operating room. She even used common household items in performing a wing transplant. Yes, that's right – a wing transplant!

What is more interesting is the fact that Romy had no medical expertise whatsoever. She was a “professional costume designer and master hand embroiderer,” though. Still, she managed to make the operation successful.

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