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A 3-Month-Old Baby Fox Prances Around
With Dumbo ears and the sweetest facial expressions, fennec foxes are cute in any setting, so it comes as no surprise that this baby fennec fox is easily the most adorable animal you’ve ever seen. Shared by the San Diego Zoo, this short clip features a 3-month-old fennec fox as it attacks toys, hops around in cardboard boxes and digs into a box of dirt. This fox weighs just 1.5 pounds.
It’s fairly well known that while only about 1% of the entire population are psychopaths, around 4% of all CEOs can be classified as such. Just so we’re clear, a psychopath can be defined as “a person with a psychopathic personality, which manifests as amoral and antisocial behavior, lack of ability to love or establish meaningful personal relationships, extreme egocentricity, [and] failure to learn from experience.” Psychopaths are broken down into two groups: people displaying Factor One psychopathic tendencies would simply feel no emotional response if they saw an image of a child crying or a natural disaster, while people displaying Factor Two psychopathic tendencies would be excited by these images.
This incredible video was created by Hybrid Medical Animation, a group dedicated to the accurate depiction of the human body in dynamic, 3D images. Painstakingly stitched together from a series of x-rays, this video is meant to show the stress, cooperation, and grace of the human skeleton in motion.