Hunter Killed After Shot Elephant Falls Over And Crushes Him

By: Robin Andrews/IFL Science  Humanity, in plenty of ways, has had a profoundly negative impact on wildlife. From throwing them into volcanoes to overzealously feeding them when we shouldn’t, it’s not surprising that animals sometimes decide that they’ve had enough, and fight back. Big game hunter Theunis Botha reportedly learned this lesson the hard way. Stalking…

Teens Find Sam’s Club Card In Secluded Woods, Take Off Running When They Google The Name ‘Kosik’

By: Barbara Diamond/Little Things  If you see something, say something. The Dunmore Reservoir in Pennsylvania is a popular destination for hikers. One evening in March 2017, two teenage boys — Joe Delvecchio, 18, and Alec Yanisko, 15 — were riding an ATV near the reservoir’s nature trail when they spotted something that looked out of…

Ashton Kutcher Has Saved 6,000 Victims From Sex Trafficking, Says They All Have 1 Thing In Common

By: Patricia Lynn/Shareably Ashton Kutcher may be well known for being silly and funny on television, but he’s recently revealed that his organization, Thorn, which helps find sex trafficking and child pornography victims and their abusers, has helped find around 6,000 victims. Focusing on online trafficking, Kutcher worked with his ex-wife, to help an amazing 6,000…

Louisiana Passes ‘Blue Lives Matter’ Law Making It A Hate Crime To Target Police

By: Eye Opener  LOUISIANA – With the nationwide friction between the Black Lives Matter movement and supporters of law enforcement as a backdrop, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards signed a bill Thursday expanding the state’s hate-crimes statute to add the targeting of police officers, firefighters, and EMS personnel. “Coming from a family of law enforcement…

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