World’s first airport pig therapy

San Francisco: Dressed in pilot’s cap, toe nails painted in bright red, little LiLou, a cute little pig is all set to greet you with a hoof at the gates of San Francisco airport and guide you till your take off. Pigs might not fly, but LiLou the therapy pig wants to make air travel
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It’s very rare, but it has been known to happen. Called “Coffin Birth,” it’s a phenomenon that occurs when a pregnant woman delivers a child spontaneously after her death—due to gases that built up in the abdominal area, putting pressure on the mother’s uterus and forcing the baby out the birth passageway. One example of
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Not so long back the debate wave on sweet maggi went viral on internet platform. Now here is a new entry to this list – gulab jamun pizza. The photo of a pizza with gulab jamuns as a topping is doing the rounds of social media platforms and no one has anything nice to say
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America: A mysterious technical glitch has seen some American mobile phone owners receive unintelligible messages from their friends, family, and even exes. It is believed that a “maintenance update” caused texts originally sent in February to be randomly sent in the early hours of Thursday morning. While the glitch helped reunite friends who hadn’t talked
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Pune: Visiting card of a housemaid, Geeta Kale is ruling the internet at recent times. She works as a house-help in Pune at Dhanashree Shinde’s residence apart from other places. As for the rest, you need to know the story behind the visiting card because it is simply heartwarming. Asmita Javdekar, a Facebook user, narrated
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Japan: From mandatory high heels to a ban on glasses, Japanese women have been busy pushing back against restrictive and anachronistic dress codes in the workplace in 2019. Some Japanese companies deciding to ban women from wearing spectacles at work has led to widespread condemnation and sparked heated discussions on social media. According to Japanese
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1917 saw the most Russian thing possible. It was during the revolution. The Tsar’s winter palace had just been stormed by Bolsheviks. This meant they were now free to establish the Soviet Union. But that would have to wait. They first had some celebrating to do. Inside the palace was the world’s biggest wine cellar,
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Germany: Scientists have discovered fossils of a previously unknown primate in southern Germany. The fossils of Danuvius guggenmosi, which lived 11.62 million years ago, suggest that it was well adapted to both walking upright on two legs as well as using all four limbs while climbing. The researchers say their analysis of the fossils show
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Ireland: It’s something you’ve probably never seen before – a waterfall appearing to flow backwards! The waterfalls at the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland are a sight to behold. They seem to defy the laws of gravity. Garry McNabb said he was hiking with friends on the Doolin side of the cliffs when he saw
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Japan: We always prefer our toilet to be clean, but have you ever thought of having a costly toilet??? A Hong Kong jewellery company exhibiting at an expo in China unveiled a gold toilet with 40,815 diamonds embedded in the seat. The Coronet jewellery brand, owned by Aaron Shum Jewelry Ltd., unveiled the gold toilet
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