The Daily Populous

Friday September 7th, 2018 morning edition

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Mammals have a really good memory Some orangutans learn how to fish This dog knows he's at the vet.

Having such good memories means they remember their suffering.

For instance, these cows are happy for returning to pasture after a long winter.

Emotionally mammals are very developed, like us.

They share with us many of our feelings, such as fear and love.

This Humpback Whale, for instance, realizes she's been saved from a fishing net and lets her rescuers know she is thankful.

Non-mammal animals on the other hand appear to be quite different from us, but birds always find ways to puzzle us. »

Burt Reynolds, Movie Star Who Played It for Grins, Dies at 82

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Burt Reynolds, Movie Star Who Played It for Grins, Dies at 82.

I was interested in having a good time," Reynolds recalled in his 2015 memoir, But Enough About Me.

In a statement following Reynolds' death, Bloodworth-Thomason and Harry Thomason wrote, "The critically acclaimed series, Evening Shade, was created expressly for and with the incomparable help of Burt Reynolds. »

Burt Reynolds Dead: Actor Dies at 82

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Burt Reynolds has died at the age of 82, Us Weekly can confirm exclusively.

After starring in TV shows such as Gunsmoke and Dan August, Reynolds rose to fame in the ‘70s for his breakout role as Lewis Medlock in Deliverance.

Reynolds was married to Judy Carne from 1963 to 1965 and Loni Anderson from 1988 to 1993, with whom he shares his adult son Quinton Anderson Reynolds. »

World leaders back UK Novichok allegations

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The US, France, Germany and Canada have agreed with the UK's assessment that Russia's government "almost certainly" approved the Salisbury poisoning.

At a UN Security Council meeting to discuss the attack, Russia dismissed evidence presented by the UK as "lies".

She told MPs the poisoning was "not a rogue operation" and was "almost certainly" approved at a senior level of the Russian state. »