The Morning Rat Race

BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 29: one of five-month-old twin panda cubs Meng Yuan (Paule), male, is seen next to his mom Meng Meng during a media opportunity at Zoo Berlin on January 29, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. The twin cubs, nicknamed Pit (Meng Xiang) and Paule, will go on display for the public starting tomorrow. They were born last August and are the first pandas to have been born in Germany. Meng Meng and her partner Jiao Qing are on loan to the zoo from China and have been living there in a €10-million enclosure since the summer of 2017. In the wild, pandas typically raise just one child at a time, so zoo workers have been cycling the babies‘ time with their mother. The twins spent the first few weeks in an incubator lent to the zoo by the Berlin Charite hospital. There are thought to be fewer than 2,000 pandas in the wild. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

Good morning…Davey Mac of the Morning Rat Race here…and I may have just stumbled upon the most wholesome Twitter account in the world.   Hell…as this point…it may be the ONLY wholesome Twitter account in the world!   It’s called Animals Being Bros and it’s chockful of fantastic, quick, animal videos that will instantly put a smile on your face!

July 2016 Named Hottest Month In Recorded History

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 18: A seal stays cool in the water on a hot afternoon at the Central Park Zoo on August 18, 2016 in New York City. According to the latest Nasa data, July 2016 was the hottest month in recorded history, beating the record set just 12 months before. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)



The account grabs one amazing clip after another….from animals helping out humans…to animals hanging out with other animals!   I’ve been watching one vid after another and it instantly improves your mood!   I’m telling ya!   So scroll down below for a selection of twenty of the best videos from Animals Being Bros!   

Pig Farmers Fear Losses As Slaughterhouses Remain Closed Following Covid-19 Outbreaks

KEMPEN, GERMANY – JULY 02: Piglets stand in a stall at a pig farm on July 02, 2020 near Kempen, Germany. Many hog farms across the state of North Rhine-Westphalia are fearing possible losses due to the temporary closure of several large slaughterhouses due to coronavirus outbreaks among slaughterhouse workers. The biggest outbreak has been at the Toennies plant in Rheda-Wiedenbrueck, where over 1,500 workers out of a workforce of approximately 7,000 have tested positive. So far no date has been set for when the Toennies plant will reopen. (Photo by Lukas Schulze/Getty Images)


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