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le 16 septembre 2018

Giraffes, elephants and lions wander through the SNOW after blizzards hit Africa

South Africa has just begun its spring season but is experiencing a late cold snap
Snow fell in four states over the weekend, turning usually arid landscapes white
Giraffes, elephants, lions and wildebeest were seen amidst the freezing scenes
Skies have now cleared but temperatures will remain around freezing this week

PICS: Spectacular super bloom transforms South African desert

Safe and sound! Wild horses in North Carolina calmly graze through the worst of Florence

New Zealand penguins make mammoth migrations, traveling thousands of kilometers to feed

Protect key habitats, not just wilderness, to preserve species

Careful what you wish for: ThinkProgress gets censored by Facebook fact-checkers

Above the partisan bickering, some see Facebook’s fact-checking and fake-news flagging as part of a wider crackdown on dissident narratives, whether they come from the left or the right.

“We’ve been had, and we’re being conned again,” journalist Abby Martin said, after her anti-imperialist show ‘The Empire Files temporarily shut down last month. “The establishment and the whole Russiagate narrative is basically convincing people that our enemies are not who rules over us: The empire is not the enemy; those we see, activists, left-wingers, those are the real enemies.”


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