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Smart Dog Waits For The Green Light Before Crossing The Street

Smarter than some humans? This dog knows exactly when to cross the street!

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Traffic lights, also known as stoplights, are installed in major roads to direct vehicular traffic. The main purpose, of course, is to ensure everyone’s safety. As we all grew up, we learned what each of the three colors meant – red is for stop, green is for go, and yellow is for proceed with caution.

And yet the sad fact of the matter is that not everyone follows these simple guidelines. Just ask traffic officers about it and they’ll tell you that, from time to time, they still have to apprehend motorists and pedestrians violating the rules.

Smarter than some humans? This dog knows exactly when to cross the street!

Perhaps this is exactly the reason why a lot of netizens have been impressed with the amazing dog in the viral video below.

In a short footage posted by Sidney Becerene on the Facebook group Cangaiba O Bairro, we can see a dog “sitting down,” seemingly “waiting for something at the edge of the road,” a report by RachFeed said.

The dog waited for the green light before walking down the street.

Apparently, the dog was patiently waiting for the right timing to cross. The animal exactly knew the rules – he got up and began walking as soon as he saw the green light on the pedestrian light.


Many have since praised the intelligent pooch for his behavior, particularly for his knowledge regarding basic traffic rules. As it appears, the dog may even be a stray!

Watch the viral video here and see for yourself:

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Well what else can we say except kudos to this clever dog for showing the rest of us, humans, the importance of observing the rules of the road!

If this dog can do it, well, we can all do it do, can’t we?

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Residents Are Puzzled As Dozens of Octopuses Were Found Ashore on a Beach in Wales

It happened three nights in a row.

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Imagine waking up one morning and heading to the beach, only to find around two dozen octopuses washed ashore. Maybe your first instinct is to think that you're hallucinating and seeing weird things. Upon checking that the creatures on the sand are definitely real, you would probably assume the worst - doomsday is upon us. Or maybe not.

This must be what the residents of Ceredigion, a small coastal village in western Wales, must have felt when they saw a group of cephalopods scattered on New Quay beach. They were washed ashore and reports say that the "octopus march" happened three nights in a row.

You would be puzzled too if you find dozens of them on a beach near you.

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Artist Illustrates What Loss Of Net Neutrality Looks Like – And It’s Truly Disturbing!

The internet as we know it will never be the same without net neutrality.

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Net neutrality has recently been a hot topic – for very valid reasons. Internet users in the United States are at a risk of losing it and many are understandably furious about it.

What is net neutrality anyway and why is it such a big deal these days? Read on and we’ll give you more details about it plus we’ll share with you a thought-provoking comic made by a talented illustrator.

The government wants to turn the internet into a profit-driven product.

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Velvet Beds, Spa Treatments, and Special Beer at India’s First Dog Hotel

Rates include a $70 per night stay and this entitles dogs to velvet beds, 24-hour medical facility, a spa, and even a fully stocked bar with beverages made for dogs!

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Pet hotels are nothing new. Pet owners have been enjoying the convenience of having an establishment take care of their furry friends whenever they have to go out of town. But we bet your friendly neighborhood pet hotel ain't got nothing on the Critterati Hotel in Gurugram, India. This luxury dog hotel is said to be the first in Southeast Asia to cater exclusively to our canine friends.

Rates include a $70 per night stay and this entitles dogs to velvet beds, 24-hour medical facility, a spa, and even a fully stocked bar with beverages made for dogs! The idea of this kind of dog hotel existing is more eyebrow-raising if you think about the location. In India, there are 30 million stray animals desperate for homes.

Welcome to Critterati, the first pet hotel in Southeast Asia that caters exclusively to dogs.

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