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People Are Sharing 25 Comforting Facts That Will Turn Around Your Horrible, No-Good Week




“Cheetahs are very shy animals, so some zoos give them support dogs like those for humans. It’s the cutest thing ever. The bigger reason for this is that a cheetah’s vision likes to hyper focus. In a crowd like the ones at the zoo, they would get anxious looking at each individual and would try to analyse each person, which can be very stressful for them. Dogs are VERY good at reading groups and crowds. They pair a dog with the cheetah to rely on emotionally. If the dog is calm, the cheetah will trust them that there’s nothing to worry about from those crowds.

“How do zoos prevent the cheetah from killing the dog?

They’re typically introduced at a VERY young age and imprint on each other. Cheetahs are also not naturally driven to kill dogs as prey. A cheetah could kill a dog, but typically, a cheetah would never hunt a dog in the wild. If it was in its territory, or if a dog appeared hurt and by itself, a cheetah might go for an opportunistic kill, but those are special circumstances. The most likely situation you’d see in the wild would be if they were hunting the same prey and they fought over a kill.”



“This Is How Children Watch You Do Anything”: 19 Hilarious Reactions To This Incredibly Nosy, Viral Fish



And for anyone who feels like they may have seen this diver or fish before, it’s because you likely have! The pair made headlines in 2017 when diver Hiroyuki Arakawa shared that he first encountered the kobudai at the gate of Hasama Underwater Park’s Shinto shrine, where he serves as a caretaker.

The fish appeared to be sick and tired, so Hiroyuki Arakawa cared for her until she was better, and provided a fresh supply of crabs. The two have now been been friends for nearly 30 years. 

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14 Wolf Facts You Should Consider If You Think It’d Be “Cool” To Have One As A Pet



Steve said, “The majority don’t fit into a regular home. They need specific fencing, specific care, specific food, and a lot a lot of hands-on attention. They can be, as you can imagine, very destructive. So can dogs, but wolfdogs are like dogs on steroids. You don’t own them, really. They own you.”

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23 Fascinating Charts That Will Genuinely Teach You Things You Didn’t Know



23 Fascinating Charts That Teach You Surprising Things


First, this important chart tells you how you can know when someone has spiked (or otherwise tampered with) your drink:


Here’s another one that could save your life — it demonstrates the visibility of swimsuit colors underwater:


This chart is less life and death, but still really valuable! Why? It teaches you how make a hard-boiled egg EXACTLY as you like it:


If you live in the western United States and worry about tornados, this chart will put you at ease (as for the rest of you, well, uh…):


This chart explains once and for all just what the heck the difference is between ice cream and gelato:


And this chart explains how often you should wash your clothes (apparently I wash my sweatshirts way too often):


Ever wonder where exactly the eight billion people on earth live? Well, this chart breaks it down by country:


And this chart shows the largest cities in the world by population! Wow! Look at the size of Tokyo:


This chart/map was made by Paramount Pictures in 1928 and details all the locations around California that could double as places in the world (Have a scene set in Switzerland? Go to Lake Tahoe!):


And here’s another historical chart — it documents the percentage of the population of each nation killed during World War II:


Fast forwarding to the distant future (i.e. now) when AI is taking over, here’s a chart that details just how smart ChatGPT actually is:


And here’s a useful chart that’ll help you know how to spot AI-generated images:


This card (found in a deck of cards) explains all the hands you can have in poker:


You hear a lot of people screaming about traditional marriage and how marriage should be how it was in the bible. Well, this chart explains all the acceptable marriages in the bible (including a rapist and his victim):


This chart shows which animals kill the most humans each year, and — spoiler alert — it’s not sharks you should be worried about:


This delightfully hand-drawn chart explains the difference in coffee beans:


And this chart shows the very different benefits of taking a cold vs. hot shower:


This chart shows all the foods you can regrow from scraps:


And this chart tells you what vegetables are highest in protein (vegetarians/vegans will love this one):


This chart tells what to do — and NOT to do – if you should ever find yourself in the unfortunate position of getting bit by a snake:


If you kill a lot of plants, this chart is for you:


Mmmmm…this chart lists all the best cheese dishes in the world:

In case you’re wondering what Raclette is (and you know you are), it’s a Swiss dish where delicious, creamy melted cheese is scraped onto (usually) boiled potatoes:


And lastly, this chart show how many drinks Americans tend to drink each week. While 30% drink nothing at all, 10% drink more than ten drinks per day (yikes):

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