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20 Photos That Prove True Friendship Knows No Bounds

“What sweetness is left in life, if you take away friendship? Robbing life of friendship is like robbing the world of the sun. A true friend is more to be esteemed than kinsfolk.” -- Marcus Tullius Cicero

Finding a true friend in life is a blessing, and real friendship is based on trust, respect, love, and care. A truly worthwhile friendship is one where both parties look at the bond in the same light, they have a shared understanding of what the connection truly means. If the terms are agreed upon by both, there is no right or wrong.

As love knows no boundaries, true friends do not have to share interests or do not have to belong to the same species.

There are all kinds of unforgettable friendships in this world, and some of the best happen to be between humans and animals.

We are all creatures of the same world, and friendship is all about the emotions.

The following compilation contains heartwarming photos of unlikely besties and unexpected acts of true friendship, and they will ma…

22 Hilariously Failed Attempts By Women To Be Pretty

Even evidence suggests that we have very good reason to worry about our looks. Scientists have found that people deemed beautiful have certain advantages in life.

It all starts early, when cute babies receive more attention from caregivers in comparison to more ordinary- looking babies. Beautiful children are their teachers’ favorites, and good-looking people seem to get ahead in the workplace and earn more.
Everyone wants to be beautiful, but it seems that in the last few decades, it has become much more important than ever.

Therefore, there are numerous celebrities and influencers who share their pieces of advice on makeup, exercise, fashion, and trends online, and one can find millions of YouTube tutorials by professional people from around the world, teaching us how to dye our hair, do manicure, use makeup, and so on.

For anyone involved in the makeup and beauty sector, social media are the ideal outlet to promote their brand. The keys to success of the numerous influencers…

Eat More Beets To Boost Recovery, Fight Inflammation, Support Liver Detox And Help Lower Blood Pressure

Regardless of your feelings toward beets, this vegetable is one of the healthiest ways to boost overall health.

Beets or beetroots, as they are often called, are members of the Chenopodiaceae family, and represent one of the varieties of the Beta vulgaris species. They are often used as a natural coloring agent and added to salads, soups, and pickles.

Although beets are available throughout the year and can be eaten every day, they are still considered seasonal vegetables.

They have a versatile flavor, and earthy taste when raw, tart when fermented, and sweet when roasted. They are full of nutrients and are beneficial for our heart and brain health, blood pressure, and athletic performance.

Beets are rich in vitamin C, folate, manganese, and potassium, and low in calories. They are rich in fiber and water, as well as vitamins A and K.

Here are some of the health benefits of beets:
Being high in fiber, beets help digestion and lower the risk of diabetes, colon cancer, and heart disease…

Flashback to 2011: Dolphins Save Turbo, The Doberman From Drowning in Florida Canal

Dolphins are one of the smartest animal species on Earth, and their brain size compared to the average of their body size is second only to humans.

These amazing creatures have been known to imitate human actions, solve complex problems, follow recipes, and respond positively to television by expressing curiosity when moving images were displayed on a device. Scientists have found that they can create personalized whistles that act as names for individual members of a pod.

The main contributors to their intelligence are the facts that live in complex social groups and have evolved to have very developed brains. Presumably, dolphin brains evolved to meet the needs of their environment, and as their intelligence and highly-involved social interaction were the means of survival for dolphins, their brains adapted accordingly.

However, beyond all of this, an experiment conducted by Diana Reiss and Lori Marino showed that dolphins are self-aware, which is a sign of higher intelligence.

As …