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Emotional Animals Hugging Humans Compilation
Animals hug their human friends: Lions, apes, cows, dogs, bears, parrots and more can all be affectionate and show surprising tenderness when it comes to expressing their love and appreciation for people.

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Great Dane Dog Befriends Wild Horses
This sanctuary rescues wild horses from auctions where they're rounded up to be sold to anyone who will buy them. They're so scared at first, but a giant dog always makes sure they get plenty of attention. To help Clare and Barkley save more farm animals, you can support Skydog Sanctuary: http://thedo.do/skydog.

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Soar Alongside Migrating Birds and the Man Who Flies With Them
For more than 20 years, Christian Moullec has guided migrating flocks of vulnerable bird species with his microlight aircraft. With his microlight aircraft, he guides migrating flocks of vulnerable species. Moullec, known as the "birdman," raises orphaned geese at his home in France, and leads them on safe migratory routes. Now, Moullec also takes visitors on short trips to share his moving experience with the birds

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Eleanor Powell - Boogie Woogie 1943
Eleanor Torrey Powell (November 21, 1912 February 11, 1982) was an American dancer and actress. Best remembered for her solo tap numbers in musical films in the 1930s and 1940s, Powell began studying ballet aged six and began dancing at nightclubs in Atlantic City before she was a teenager. From the age of sixteen, she began studying tap and started appearing in musical revues on Broadway, before making her Hollywood debut as a featured dancer in the movie George White's Scandals (1935). She was known as one of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's top dancing stars during the Golden Age of Hollywood in a series of musical vehicles tailored especially for her talents, such as Born to Dance (1936), Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) and Rosalie (1937), believed to be equaled only by Fred Astaire in terms of dancing talent. In 1965, she was named the World's Greatest Tap Dancer by the Dance Masters of America.

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Ladyva - 8 To The Bar (Boogie-woogie Piano)
Ladyva started playing the piano at the age of 14, inspired by legends such as Jerry Lee Lewis, Albert Ammons, Meade Lux Lewis and Nico Brina. Two years later she joined her brother Pascal Silva to perform live on stage. This lead to TV broadcasted performances at festivals and on TV-Shows such as "Heitere Festival Zofingen" (Switzerland), ZDF Fernsehgarten (German TV-Channel), Glanz und Gloria (Swiss TV-Channel) and Boogie Woogie festivals all around Europe. On 6 September 2015 she gained her biggest success so far playing at the legendary Palladium in London to perform at the 80th Birthday and Farewell Tour of Jerry Lee Lewis.

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