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enjoy it or. are we are without a luxury but which to me feel yes. you could make a pretense of these things then most decompressed just so you know for now wouldn't be a very profitable enterprise there are still a few pandas. and the pink really does heights of invaluable information that might just help the animal survive. so this stuff is this john panda. oil collectivists from wild place all along the reservation park and then we want to study that got michael by out. of this bacteria bacteria you can see all of this goes this is not digestible and bugs inside of this there are a lot so bacteria us which kind of helps that justice and. they need to
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all day long like. done and they need this is the first step that we extract from. john and. first yeah first of. all. i would pick up. the solution and. go. cold. how long it takes to ronald is that where you figure it's like this is. why you want to and actually away already did this like for. three years. no one actually. runs in there because of like. johnny cash or sit in the you know me down or so we see.
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i first started this project i hope i can find it back to. john and to digest this. and that if i can do that then i can extract. and. supply. food and that will help. bad to survive. but all that work by dedicated scientists will be for nothing if panda love can't be encouraged in captivity it's not just trash just a tool of the pandas to get generous but in the same lazy way they do everything else this proud mommy gave birth to twins and has no idea that a special love potion this formulated just for.
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politicians to do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. it's going to be pretty that's what before three of the more people get. interested always in the waters about how. the city. seen years ago i traveled across the united states exploring america's deadly love affair with a gun if a bad guy tried to get to one of my family members he would have better luck with
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that better and i think they are inheriting whenever my my babies since my book was published in the year two thousand more than half a million americans have been killed by phone to the us i only had a thought to me as i did this is a middle school we go through drills and we put ourselves some real scenarios it was interesting to see who actually got hit by the gun i just saw i did to return to the subject to track down each gun owner who i'd met and photographed those years your god i don't know this but we are not. running out of the close to the best out of the jaws of. the day if the concepts i was preparing to perform i had to actually prepare myself to die.
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sorry trust me. as most of. you. in the home will stop her i'm. just going to do was. she had the goods. so we'll see of getting. more traditionally if it was any good with us there was just not yet more here to me she. had to finish the thing. i never knew. two thousand and sixteen has been a pivotal year for the giant panda the change to center alone has already seen its population growth by another twenty three cubs. it's taken the breeding center more
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than fifty years to achieve a break from. the known to. the. i don't give a. shit . on this here and there may go why show me the proof we. don't wind up with. pfizer simply run under what the u.k. . does the. other table its just moments ago. to. see. the woman is. that you would do the seriously go see a woman. they've tried everything to increase the population
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there are even whispers of vinaigrette being added to the penders feed. but every attempt seemed to go wrong one female and they're almost all heard of much to pieces then there was the male who was so enraged by the female chosen for him that stuff had to intervene and break up a fight. he would ask for more tolly you'll fight. your fighting. with our two of our skins oil so if you. have to invent a pile and see if he'll eat here. seeing you didn't say you'd hear. of our houses and then you can see behind you and your part of the year and you too have been made to pay but i don't want to iraqis. that hatch until international doesn't seem to. grow woman since that tight tension
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building since i will has only got a moment you can't eat tonight it's. just that since how much income is which and if you don't know kids all may think. that that's. why they look at the back of the couch yes if you don't cut. your little. end up doing something you've got to get up but it's your that's all my colleagues and i think you know. how do you know how. to make.
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sure it should be there should make leader who. is ready to be. part of my name is james a. animal behavior researcher at the ching do tend to be. when people ask me this question like why i chose to work here why i chose to work as pandas it's a complicated question and i think the animal itself is very interesting they're very close but. it's one of the only carnivores that's a vegetarian their whole lifestyle is based on. the panda is one of the oldest living. it's been evolving for. booker. so this is so we can check your teeth for dental exam. good girl. good girl momo up.
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james idea there is an indispensable expert here at the change to center there's no way to undertake a thorough examination without him the pandas simply won't tolerate anybody else. who are. these basic training so we can control their movements and call them in position them and also build rapport with them. this is also useful for veterinary examination so he has an injury you know the bit in the area and can check his eyes in this position and he can check the ears of the panda and they don't have to worry about being scratched or bitten the pandas
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need to be examined daily stuff almost have to go through each individual hair because the pandas are at risk from so many dangers that the threads aren't always easy to find. your mother. she isn't on a. white isn't on oh it isn't on just isn't that. just. like isn't don't know. if i hear that as any and as a whole just. a year years and years in the what you know about. me . he doesn't. tell you for. so we reward him two ways one ways with honey and the other ways tactile that he likes to have the inside iraq. so sometimes instead of just using honey will touch them to you it's good. a lot of times at
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this age de lay to grab your legs and try to bite you but this way we can get him to behave pretty well. he doesn't want to bite my pants he wants to bite my flesh so he's he's trying as hard as he can to get flesh and when he bites me too hard i make the crying noise that the pain is make. if it hurts them when they bite too much. scientists believe that as a species panda stopped evolving as a direct result of human intervention. that's why people owe so much to this very special animal the family is endangered you know they just took it off the endangered species list in the in the. but they're still the about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas in the wild. the work i'm doing is trying to improve life for them trying to put them back in the wild to me it seems
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a little premature that they would take them off the species. but they're only just showing this population increase. very vulnerable climate change in temperature change. a little premature for me to take them. it's still a mystery help pandas manage to survive on nothing but bamboo the tallest and fastest growing grass in the world. bamboo dies beautifully as it comes into flower groups and it comes in cycles of thirty three sixty six and one hundred twenty years. that natural phenomenon causes mass deaths among the pandas. but the breeding center plans around the growing cycle so there's always plenty of shoots to feed the little one's. health.
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and this is in washington d.c. and there is the national do just don't use national to the issue that has had and . have to be torn away gays on the street richard nixon back in the seventy's and since then they've had and but. while the hundred they. were born there none of them survived. two thousand and five. there was a male powder born to mother in the shower. and he survived i was watching the relationship between the mother. the cop. and it just touched my heart how much the mother. takes care of the baby
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to go out. when i sure became. it was about four years old he had to go back to china. and because that's part of their lease agreement because it's all chinese you. know it has not as issues have been able to keep safe. and it really helped me a lot to come to china to see where he lived where. i volunteer i got to feed him i got the pieces close. and i also volunteered to kind of a. good morning when i meet and know topical clinton film and you know kind of common they tend to simply tell woman cool they're going and then the whole. of the investment
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kind of hama. pendants out that kind of comment made him a. commendation ching d.j. that made him posting name. on the tell you mean that teachers are so sure no matter who does an intro. should be. true so all members of way to food. don't just mean it's energy childhood. jellies that touches it just that it. doesn't occur. to adults who doesn't is sinning so she social. that a five year sentence. the
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release the memo moment is upon us republicans are billing it as some kind of silver bullet revealing political corruption at the highest levels of the department of justice and f.b.i. the democrats on the other hand and their supporters in the liberal media college a distraction finally the public will decide. this is hotter than kentucky. overboard this move them
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poised to go very funny using. a co money city it was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal miners are said i'd. love to see these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happening it's happening. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies who he had to me to peep out of the cells with simple song alone even some company guests will else with oh they invite private companies to take over
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the utilities then he bought a telescope of a lag so miss you guys forgot to buy them the going to go buy been this is us to quote them out. of more you than bill bill if bill brought up locals are ready to stand up for the basic human right of access to water it's about water but it's also over much more than water it's about the hurt and the redistribution of all it was to birds their day. downwards the one of. us. that. was. what. was i. was
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. the headlines. concludes. with a speech that received both. the u.s. trade. on the program. it simply.
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doesn't use it to be. in the morning on january thirty first thanks for joining us this is. delivered his first. address on capitol hill in his speech he praised the accomplishments of his first year as president of the united states to get. a say. and. to be. thank you. thank you.
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in the u.s. capitol you are watching all of the state of the union any notable highlights from the speech. well trump started off with everything that's changed since last year and all of the policies he fall through on and then went on to say that his administration's been making america great for all americans and surprisingly this statement turned out to be quite to face of. reactions ranged from standing ovations to some booing from the audience let's take a quick look. we have gone forward with a clear vision and a righteous mission. to make america great again for all americans. hate thank you. but moving on to policy it was quite a lengthy speech but he managed to go into both domestic and foreign policy but
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mostly domestic policy bragging about his the trickle down economic policies celebrating police and veterans exporting and clean energy to the world and focusing quite heavily on immigration arguably one of his most important announcements of the night keeping going taught him obey open well on foreign policy there was plenty of american exceptionalism mixed in with you know the typical platitudes and cliche's he introduced the subject by naming every so-called threat to the u.s. but in general it was all pretty vague he didn't really go into detail explaining how he would accomplish any of these goals beyond that trump took credit for eliminating isis truthfully that credit should go to the syrian army iraqi army has blockers forces and of course russia and iran but then he seemed to have hinted at continued military presence in the region saying that quote we will continue our fight until isis is defeated but what does that mean who knows it will only have to see but trump also boasted about recognizing drew slum as israel's capital and then
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berated the quote dozens of countries that voted against the u.s. but in truth it wasn't actually dozens it was one hundred twenty eight countries and naturally iran was in there as well he reiterated support for iranian protesters who quote rose up against their corrupt dictatorship and then he bragged about increasing sanctions on the communist and socialist dictatorships in cuba and venezuela he ended with north korea calling it the worst of all dictatorships warning that their pursuit of nuclear weapons could quote very soon threaten our homeland and which is interesting because north korea has never actually attacked another country before. north korea's reckless pursuit of nuclear missiles. threat our homeland has to experience has taught us that complacency and concessions only invite aggression. provocation i will not
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repeat the mistakes of past administration that got us into this very dangerous position. russia and china have been trying to reduce tensions between the u.s. and north korea and they even called on the u.s. to not provoke them anymore but somehow they were designated as threats and term speech around the world we face rogue regimes terrorist groups and rivals like china and russia that challenge our interests our economy and us in controlling these horrible dangers we know that weakness is the surest path to conflict and matched power is the surest beings to our true and great defects. well representative joe kennedy is set to respond from the democratic side and then senator bernie sanders will be
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live streaming some time tonight and they'll almost certainly react harshly to trump's domestic agenda but i'm interested to hear in particular the democratic party's response to see if they criticize his foreign policy at all and i was just watching a mainstream coverage a little bit earlier and the only criticism they had of foreign policy wise was that he was apparently too soft on russia which seems a bit out of touch considering his other problematic positions but we'll just have to see what happens and i washington correspondent sara khan thank you. well during his speech donald trump criticized the international backlash that followed his decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and palestine there's mounting anger over the move spilling over recently during a u.s. business delegations visit to the city of bethlehem.
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the scenes took place the meeting over the bethlehem chamber of commerce and industry and a protesters arrived with a banner condemning the whole trump the minor scuffles the meeting was cut short. his morally caused by the ongoing jerusalem controversy. this is just the latest incident in a string of protests that has been taking place on the palestinian street there were protests in front of the palestinian prime minister's office in the west bank city of ramallah now there they were protesting against of induction of services being offered by where the united nations relief and works agency for palestinian refugees protest coming anger on the palestinian street have gone as far as to enter the israeli parliament until things really knesset where just last week the american vice president mike pence was visiting as he stood up to speak a group of arab lawmakers who constitute the food largest faction in the israeli
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parliament started shouting and holding up with anti american messages citizens of israel. now mike pence during his speech at the israeli parliament only further infuriated the anger that is already here on the street by announcing the end of makes sure the americans would be moving their embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem since president trump made that announcement on jerusalem back to the beginning of december they have been more than twelve palestinians who have been killed more than half hours and have been injured and hundreds have been arrested so this is a situation that just won't go away and witnessing tensions continue to climb. through a pharmacy chains in the german city or frankfurt have been labeled as racist
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a municipal union representing foreigners shows that the centuries old name of friends migrants from africa as they contain the word more to use peter oliver explains. what is in a name well for frankfurt council the name of two of the city's pharmacies was enough to demand that change this is one of them exist so more and it's that final part of the name that the city council here in frankfurt have a problem with it translates as the pharmacy now traditionally what that meant is that this was a pharmacy that would have stalked alternative medicines all medicines from the east as well as western medicine this building here you can see originates from nineteen hundred however there are campaign is that say that this type of name has no place in modern germany the reason for the complaints was that people said this
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using the term morrish was racist and offensive against people from north africa but we spoke to people here on the streets of frank first and gauge their opinion about the proposed name change i think it's a shame because it's part of maybe our culture too and it doesn't have any more to do with maybe we've. already. we shouldn't change our traditions here on the cd for me if something is to be racist it has to either diminish or belittle people in this case it has more to do with recognizing cultural heritage it didn't even appear to me that you know it's offensive because it is a historic it's simply historic terminal in the pharmacy doesn't for sure doesn't use it to be to be offensive the owners of both pharmacies politely declined to appear on camera saying that the news that they were going to be forced to change
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