How Trauma Early In Life Influences Later Behavior

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By rearing rodent fathers-to-be in stressful conditions, researchers found that they and their subsequent offspring are better able to deal with challenging situations later in life. The findings, published in Nature Communications last month, suggest that very early traumatic experiences can be beneficial—and those benefits may be passed on to the next generation.  Many animal […]

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28 Teeny Tiny Wild Mice

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When they’re in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about as cute as it gets. Because of their size (and perhaps also due to jealousy of their cuteness), there are a lot of things out to get mice, […]

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Squirrel On The Field During Professional Soccer Game

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A Women’s Professional Soccer Championship game between the Western NY Flash and the Philadelphia Independence was interrupted by a crazed animals running all over the field. No, it wasn’t a fan from the stands, it was an adorable squirrel with a lot of extra energy.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/08/31/squirrel-on-the-field-during-professional-soccer-game/

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Adorable Snoring Dormouse

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A Dormouse is a European rodent, almost like a wild hamster. The rodent is famous for its long hibernation sessions, so Surrey Wildlife Trust Mammal Project Officer Dave Williams had no problem getting video of the cute guy sleeping and snoring in his hand. Turn up the volume as the little guy isn’t that loud.   Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/25/adorable-snoring-dormouse/

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