After raising a Gorilla in an English zoo, Damian Aspinall ventured out to the jungle where it was released to try to catch a glimpse of him, five years later. Not expecting the Gorilla, “Kwibi”, to recognize him, he was in for a major shock when they crossed paths.
What happened next was an amazing display of affection and shows that love can transcend boundaries, whether it be size, shape, race, or even species. If it put a smile on your face, as it did to me, share this amazing reunion between father and “child”.
Just 2 notes: watch the video beyond 1:02…and if your connection is fast enough, watch it at 1080p. Woo-hoo!
Read about this, yesterday. Only saw stills available in BBC coverage. Baby seal joining surfers off the Northumberland coast.
Apparently some of the news channels in the UK copped @matthew stanley’s original GoPro video posted on YouTube and ran it. So, now, TV stations with mutual agreements around the world have picked it up.
I hope commercial stations give him a cut of whatever advert revenue they make from the segment.
And that baby seal rocks! :)
ABQ bus driver caught having sex on the job
Runner poops in Yard
Tumbleweeds bury Roswell homes
NM Father leaves gun with 11-year-old while getting head tattoo
RTFA for more of the same. My only disappointment was that they left out sightings of the Chupacabra.
Only you are the little fish. :)
Pharrell Williams made his song “Happy” freely available to use and encouraged people all over the world to make their own videos for the song. Hundreds of groups have taken him up on the offer, but most are lip-dubs or dancing to the original recording.
This one is a full cover version in Swahili, liberally sprinkled with French, from the city of Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The performers, from KivuYouth Entertainment, are awesome.
I have an abiding love for Afro-French rock. My favorite of the genre being Wock. And special thanks to Ursarodinia for finding this and passing it along.
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What caused this outburst of V838 Mon? For reasons unknown, star V838 Mon suddenly became one of the brightest stars in the entire Milky Way Galaxy. Then, just a few months later, it faded.
A stellar flash like this has never been seen before — supernovas and novas expel a tremendous amount of matter out into space. Although the V838 Mon flash appeared to expel some material into space, what is seen in the above eight-frame movie, interpolated for smoothness, is actually an outwardly moving light echo of the flash. The actual time-span of the above movie is from 2002, when the flash was first recorded, to 2006.
In a light echo, light from the flash is reflected by successively more distant ellipsoids in the complex array of ambient interstellar dust that already surrounded the star. Currently, the leading model for V838’s outburst was the orbital decay and subsequent merging of two relatively normal stars. V838 Mon lies about 20,000 light years away toward the constellation of Monoceros, while the largest light echo above spans about six light years in diameter.
I love music videos!
That they were killed by opportunist schmucks making money from the lowest common denominator of entertainment – so-called reality TV – just makes their absence more painful.
I loved MTV from Day 1. I love every kind of real music, love cinema and video, hate what happened to MTV and VH1 when they were sold off for gigantor profits.
No one had the heart and the backbone to simply take their place when the creepy new owners wandered off into peddling the boring lives of meat puppets.