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Here Are Our Top 5 Most Uplifting Stories Of The Week

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Typically, when we hear about police bodycam footage in the news, it’s because a cop did something bad and needs to be held accountable. But thankfully, this daring tale of police rescue is not one of those stories! Read More >>

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Reintroducing animals from captivity back into the wild always comes with a whole host of challenges. And when those animals weigh close to two tons and are moving continents in the midst of a global pandemic, that’s about as difficult as it gets.

Despite all of that, thanks to a relocation project years in the making, two belugas, Little Grey and Little White, are having a whale of a time swimming in open water for the first time since 2011. Read More >>

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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is working to make sure that everyone has access to the eventual coronavirus vaccine. Their large donation will help move along research and development and hopefully make an eventual COVID-19 available to 92 poorer countries for no more than $3 per dose. Read More >>

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Things have really turned around for a stray dog in Brazil. Tucson Prime, as he’s been named by his new guardians, has been adopted into a new home and given a high profile job. Before his adoption in May, Tucson spent his days hanging around the Hyundai Prime dealership where staff quickly grew fond of the friendly pup who showed up day after day. Read More >>

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The 11-year-old Nigerian ballet dancer whose dance in the rain went viral and inspired millions earlier this summer has been granted a scholarship to the American Ballet Theater in New York City. Read More >>

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