Massive Deer Herd Jump Over Fence
Massive Deer Herd Jump Over Fence
Protesters March After Olympia Officer-Involved Shooting of Unarmed Black Men
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Nobody likes to wait in line, however this very patient deer herd lines up like old pros to jump over this fence in a calm and orderly fashion. However it looks like something in the woods is not what it seems! Wonder what happens to make them all change direction so quickly?
Protests broke out in Olympia, Washington, on May 21 after a white police officer <a href="http://www.theolympian.com/2015/05/21/3737619/two-suspected-shoplifters-shot.html" target="_blank">shot two unarmed black men</a>. One of the men is accused of assaulting the officer before the shooting, and both are expected to survive. Hundreds of protesters, mainly from Evergreen State College, gathered in Woodruff Park before marching to City Hall, <a href="http://www.theolympian.com/2015/05/21/3738676/protests-underway-following-police.html" target="_blank">according to local media</a>. This video shows the gathering in the park before the march.Protests were largely peaceful, but there were clashes late on May 21. A confrontation between protesters prompted a police response, <a href="http://www.theolympian.com/2015/05/22/3739580/olympia-police-clash-with-protesters.html" target="_blank">according to local media,</a> and then protesters clashed with responding officers. Credit: Instagram/the_fruit_juice_show
European leaders met in Riga, Latvia, on May 21 and 22 to discuss ties between the EU and six former Soviet states – Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. At the summit, EU leaders signed a $2 billion loan to help revive Ukraine’s economy. Pro-EU demonstrators from Ukraine were among those flying flags outside the summit meeting. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
The clean-up effort near California’s Refugio State Beach after an oil spill <a href="http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-santa-barbara-spill-20150522-story.html" target="_blank">became a 24-hour operation</a> on May 21. There are 300 workers and 18 boats involved after a pipeline burst and spilled 105,000 gallons of oil, 21,000 gallons of it into the Pacific Ocean north of Santa Barbara. The slick covers nine square miles. Investigators are still examining what caused the pipeline to burst.This video from the US Coast Guard, which is assisting in the clean-up effort, shows the boats and workers involved in responding to the oil spill. Credit: US Coast Guard
Fascinated by the shooting water, this curious Husky explores the multiple fountains. When they temporarily turn off, this puppy coincidentally sits right on top of one of the fountains. Watch what happens when they turn back on! So funny! Credit to 'troyslezak'.
California Fish and Wildlife workers rescued a juvenile sea lion from the oil slick in Santa Barbara County on May 21. This video shows the sea lion in a crate before it was transported to SeaWorld for rehabilitation. Workers also have rescued five pelicans, which also were taken to a rehabilitation facility.Crews kicked into high gear on May 21 to clean up the spill near Refugio State Beach, which is north of Santa Barbara, according to <a href="http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-santa-barbara-spill-20150522-story.html" target="_blank">local media</a>. More than 100,000 gallons of oil spilled from a broken pipe earlier this week, 21,000 of them reaching the water. The spill covers nine square miles. There were 300 workers and 18 boats involved in the cleanup. Credit: Facebook/ Cal Spill Watch – Office of Spill Prevention and Response
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