Wildlife officials in Kerala, India, rescued a baby elephant that fell into a ditch and got trapped. Watch as the family of wild elephants nervously waits on the other side of the river while locals use a backhoe to try to free the baby.
When the family is once again reunited, two of the elephants raise their trunks to the crowd in a gesture many are interpreting as a ‘thank you’. The elephants repeat the gesture for a second time, and receive an ovation from the touched crowd.
Ralat Pengumuman Nomor 16813
Tuesday December 11, 2018
Pengumuman diralat dan ditambahkan pada point peserta wajib menyerahkan surat keterangan sehat dari Puskesmas/Rumah Sakit Pemerintah. Download The post Ralat Pengumuman Nomor 16813 appeared first on Universitas Sebelas Maret.
Reducing access to contraception won’t reduce the abortion rate
Monday July 29, 2019
By Katherine Guyot, Isabel V. SawhillContraceptive access for low-income women in the U.S. is about to become more limited as new rules governing Title X family planning grants go into effect in the next two months. The Department of Health and Human Services announced in mid-July that it will soon begin enforcing rules banning federally funded health clinics from offering …
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