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Monkey Mom Risks Life to Save Her Baby Hit By Scooter And About to Become Dog’s Meal

The love of a mother knows no bounds. No matter if its human or animal.

Mothers will do anything just to make sure their little ones are safe. Even mothers in the animal kingdom can display the motherly selfless love to care for their young. In New Delhi, India, one monkey may have just won a Brave Mom award.

A baby monkey got itself in danger after getting hit by a moped. Still, the little one is fortunate since its mom is just around and ready to save him. But it turns out, the motorcycle incident was not the end of the danger for the baby monkey.

It was one busy day for this monkey mother whose baby got hit by a moped.

The poor little one was dazed after the accident but its mother was around to take care of things. But after the monkey mother saved her baby from being run over by oncoming vehicles, a dog was lurking nearby, ready to snatch the helpless animal away.

But momma has once again come to the rescue.

The mother monkey even jumped on the dog, grappling with it and finally biting its back, driving it away from her little one.

The brave mother did all she could just so the dog would leave her baby alone.

And her effort didn’t go in vain – it was a victory for the monkeys!

The dog may have realized that he’s not winning because he canceled his plan of making the baby its meal. The mother, on the other hand, went to tend to his injured little one. Onlookers were amazed to see the animals in action. These photos, obtained by DailyMail, were taken by a photographer who happened to be in the area. It remains to be seen what happened to the baby monkey.

The photos may be heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time, seeing a mother monkey risk her life just to get her baby back to safety. But this is a clear example of the effects of wild creatures, losing their homes to urban development.

These monkeys are commonly found in the streets of India, scavenging for food. As some of them wander around the streets with heavy traffic, the risk of getting hit or run over by a vehicle is always there.

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‘World’s Loneliest Bird’ Found Dead Next to Concrete Bird He Wooed for Years

RIP, Nigel the gannet.


For years, the 'world's loneliest bird' persevered to woo his rather stone-cold love interest. Nigel, a gannet, showed up on Mana Island in New Zealand in 2015, where he met the apple of his eye. The only problem was that his potential mate was made of concrete.

Some 20 years ago, conservationists in New Zealand planted 80 fake gannet birds on the island as part of their efforts to attract real gannets. Nigel was the only one to show up after many years, and he was the first gannet to make Mana his home in 40 years.

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10 Of The World’s Most Fascinating Yet Disturbing Bugs

They must be aliens sent from outer space.

Insects are among the most fascinating yet frightening creatures in the world. It's either you hate them or you'll love them enough to appreciate them and be in awe of their unique characteristics.

But beyond the usual bugs that you see at home or in your garden, there are more that are somehow creepy but captivating at the same time. Below is a list of some of the most disturbing insects found around the world.

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Rare Walking Fish With Hands Discovered Off Tasmanian Coast

The red handfish is not a good swimmer, so it walks on the seabed.

Every now and then, rare and weird creatures from across the globe make grand appearances. Scientists discover rare species one after another. Now, a team of divers has discovered a small population of fish that "walk" along the seabed off Australia's south coast in Tasmania.

What's weird is that this rare fish population has finger-like fins that help them walk across the surface of the ocean. Dubbed as the Red Handfish (Thymichthys politus), this is one of the rarest fish species in the world.

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