Little White and Little Grey are two beluga whales who were captured at a very young age off the coast of Russia. After spending years in a Chinese aquarium, they are currently transitioning to an 8-acre sanctuary at Klettsvik Bay in Iceland. Your can read more about the journey of Little White, Little Grey, and the Beluga Sanctuary Project at this link.
Central Park Gets its First Statue Honoring Real-Life Women
New York’s Central Park is finally getting a statue honoring real-life women. The statue of Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, and Elizabeth Caty Stanton will be unveiled tomorrow, Aug. 26. There are statues of animals, authors, scientists, and historical figures, but for 160 years, the only female statues in Central Park depict fictional characters like Alice in Wonderland. Here’s more on this story from ABC News.
Anonymous Caped Crusader Delivers Food and More
“Solidarity Batman” takes food, kind words, and a sense of humor to homeless people in Santiago Chili. There’s a short video with cool music near the end of this article from The Good News Network.
Marcus Harvey and Tre Jones from Marion, Indiana risked their lives to save a stranger from a burning house. Here’s the story:
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