It’s been a year where invasion metaphors have, well, invaded our lives. There’s been the global spread of Covid-19, for example, which has often been compared to an enemy force taking over the world country by country. Then there was the brief terror in the US over the invasion of murder hornets. But did you know that there was already an invasive species we found new facts out about this year, one which numbers in the billions and has already taken over six continents? No, not humans, but Argentine ants.
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Most people imagine animals running after their prey. While some animals like lions like the direct approach, some animals have developed crafty and clever methods to seize their meals. Below you’ll discover a few unique methods animals use to catch prey.
Despite the overwhelming scientific evidence disproving claims that vaccines cause autism, there are still people like this who think their child is better off for not getting vaccinated.
Which was a problem for her once she realized she was in the middle of a measles outbreak. This anti-vaxxer mom turned to her fellow vaccine truthers on Facebook for advice.
If only there were a tried and tested method with which to protect people from infectious diseases. Perhaps one that led to measles being declared eliminated in the United States in the year 2000? This accomplishment is something that the recent rise in anti-vax movement is threatening to overturn.
The anti-vaxxer’s post quickly spread online, where the internet offered some hysterically biting advice:
A 75-year-old man visits a local animal shelter every day so he can enjoy “brushing cats” while often falling asleep on the job and napping with the felines.
Terry Lauerman decided one day to introduce himself to a local Green Bay-area animal sanctuary, telling the folks at Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary Inc. that he likes to brush cats.
According to Elizabeth Feldhausen, the founder of Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary, “He just walked in and started brushing,” noting that he never asked to be a volunteer. “So eventually we told him he was an official volunteer and had him fill out our volunteer form.”
The shelter, which opened in 2016, rescues cats with disabilities that would be at risk of euthanasia at other facilities.