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When pregnant woman Maisie Knight went on a recent trip to the Colchester Zoo in England, she got a little more than she expected at the orangutan exhibit. Rajang, a 47-year-old orangutan, decided to show some affection and kissed her belly when she pressed up against the glass enclosure.

Knight’s partner, Jamie Clarke, tried to elicit a similar response when he pressed his own belly up to the glass, but Rajang wanted nothing to do with him. Clearly his affection was only for Knight and the baby growing inside her.

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If you find yourself formulating sex-toy conspiracies, it might be best to keep them to yourself, and definitely don’t share them on a live TV news broadcast. This week, one newscaster learned this the hard way. Instead of keeping his dildo-related theories in his head where they belong, he decided to reveal them after a segment on the success of Amazon. His co-host handled his antics fairly gracefully, but even she couldn’t stop him from planting his foot firmly in his mouth.

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The first time you fly can be an emotional experience. The anticipation, the jitters, and the exhilaration when the plane finally shoots off the runway can rattle just about anyone. This 57-year-old Northern Irishman’s first flight was no exception. He appears to be crying tears of laughter during the very emotional takeoff that was captured on video by his daughter. We can only guess how excited he would get if they hit any turbulence.

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Incredible Great White Shark Rescue Caught On Camera

One minute you’re sunbathing, the next minute there’s a shark on your beach towel.

Beachgoers in Chatham, Massachusetts received a rather unexpected visitor this Monday. A juvenile great white shark, believed to have been attempting to hunt seagulls, washed up on the shore next to a crowd of people. Chatham harbormaster, Stuart Smith, kept the shark alive by pouring water on it until a boat was able to drag it back into the water where it returned to its natural habitat unharmed.

You can watch the full rescue in the video below.

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Meet Conrad, the World’s Most Popular Dead Raccoon

This is how the people of Toronto treat their roadkill.

Last Thursday morning, a dead raccoon was spotted on the sidewalk in Toronto by Good Samaritan Jason Wagar, who alerted the city via Twitter. Initially, it seemed the issue was resolved.

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Guy Pretends He Got Drafted By The NBA, Has The Time Of His Life.

A little confidence goes a long way, well that and being 7-feet tall helps.

Here’s what happens when you pretend to get drafted by an NBA team: high fives, hugs, free drinks, and lots of, um, affection.

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