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This second article in my series about the absurdly productive trans-national art star Jan Fabre (the first is here ) has very little to do directly with him or his work. Rather, it is about the State Hermitage Museum, one of the wonders of the world. We take a look at it because it is on this field which Fabre agreed to stake a claim.

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5 Incredible Baseball Stadiums Across America

12Nov

Now that the Chicago Cubs have won the World Series and broken then century long curse, the highlight of Wrigley Field has us thinking about the other great stadiums throughout America. The use of stadiums dates back to ancient times, back when the reigning entertainment of the day for a mass audience usually involved some permutation of “sprint really fast while a lion chases you then try and kill your opponent with a rock.” Thankfully, apart from maybe anytime a terrible entertainer performs, things have matured considerably at the hundreds of events that take place at scads of stadiums throughout the U.S. Baseball and the occasional major concert are the primary serving inside the hallowed ground of U.S

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Election Reflections, The Day After

12Nov

You may not be a therapist, but I bet you had the same experience I did the day after the election: everyone, at home, in my lobby, in the street, in the cafe, on my way to work, and of course, in my office, needed to talk.

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Saluting our Sisters After Service

11Nov

By Paula Broadwell and Erika Cashin. On Veterans Day, our nation celebrates the less than 1% of our population who have served in the greatest military in the world. Of the 21.9 million veterans, 2.2 million are women.

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Many years ago, I set foot on this country as a 7-year-old. At first, I was sad and woefully shy.

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Humanity Just Lost, And I’m Blaming God

09Nov

*As I write this I am watching, as we all are, what looks like John Podesta saying, “Don’t worry, we’re going to sneakily fix this huge mistake you idiots are making right now.” I hate to say it, but that part of me that feels like this has to be a nightmare and I’ll wake up any second, really wishes those sneaky bastards could do something, but of course that’s just the bargaining stage. If this really is legitimate then we have to just accept that we are broken, and try to find ways to fix it.

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Alyssa’s husband, Nick, died in 2015 after spending more than a year in long-term care following an accident that left him with a traumatic brain injury. Alyssa’s family says since Nick’s death, she’s been spiraling out of control. They claim she’s drinking too much, driving drunk, staying out all night, bringing home strangers, and neglecting her kids.

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NEW ORLEANS ― Twenty-five years ago, the melting pot of culture and tradition that makes up the Crescent City was overshadowed by a cloud of evil. The historic metropolis that Louis Armstrong once dubbed the “Land of Dreams” had become a nightmare for the families of more than two dozen people who turned up dead in outlying swamps and bayous.

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Women across Latin America took to the streets after a 16-year-old girl was raped and murdered in a coastal town of Argentina in October 2016. Edgard Garrido/Reuters Ariadna Estévez , Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) It’s not been a particularly uplifting month to be a woman in Latin America, especially if you read the news. On October 8 in Mar del Plata, Argentina, 16-year-old Lucía Pérez was abducted outside her school, drugged, and brutally gang raped

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As a rabbi and political columnist, I find that every election demands close reflection, introspection, and action. The answer, this year, is clear

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Girls are brave. Some men know this

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Targeted interventions can help reduce levels of violence against women. Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters Doris Campbell , University of the Virgin Islands ; Hossein Yarandi , Wayne State University , and Jacquelyn Campbell , Johns Hopkins University Haiti is still reeling from the damage wrought by Hurricane Matthew. The UN has estimated that 750,000 people have been affected by the Category 4 storm that devastated the country’s southern regions on October 4

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Pop quiz: What does the term “automated love hotel” conjure in your imagination? a) A place to have sex with robots b) A hotel that eliminates the “check-in/check-out of shame” by automating the “front desk” c) A place where two complete strangers can meet and fall in love automatically d) All of the above, maybe If you were in Japan, you would know the answer, instinctively

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WASHINGTON, Oct 20 (Reuters) – Sergeant Jessica Hawkins was a male cop for 20 years but it was not until her transition to a woman in 2014 that she understood the trepidation that transgender women feel across the United States. “Transitioning has made me understand the fears of other communities that I did not have as white male,” said Hawkins, 43, noting a difference in the way she is treated when off duty and away from her relatively tolerant city of Washington. “I don’t feel as safe as I used to

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It began, like so many viral hashtags, with a single tweet.  In this case, St.

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Republican presidential nominee  Donald Trump  flatly denied during the presidential debate on Sunday that he had ever engaged in the sort of aggressive sexual behavior he detailed during a 2005 taped conversation with Billy Bush, at the time an “Access Hollywood” host.

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Photographer: Barbara Nitke I believe it’s safe to say that all married women have fantasized, at least once, about having sex with another partner during their healthy, happy, and loving marriage. Her fantasy may be a secret affair with a celebrity, someone at the office, or perhaps just a sexy and willing figment of her imagination. Most women never act on these (normal, healthy) impulses, but some couples do — in a totally consensual way

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Could something as simple as a smile put an end to racist and sexist first impressions? Probably not. But a new study published in the August issue of the journal  Motivation and Emotion suggests that when people smile, strangers may be less likely to judge them based on their race and gender.

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Fascinating live chat yesterday with Martin Köppelmann, an Ethereum development expert and founder of the Gnosis prediction market, which is built atop Ethereum. Can the decisions of millions of strangers predict next week’s weather, or the next Super Bowl champ, or even whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will be spending the next 4 years in the White House.

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When Rochelle, a patient at Northwestern University’s Comprehensive Transplant Center, first learned that no one in her immediate family was a suitable candidate for partial liver donation, she did what most do in today’s day and age – she took to Facebook.

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Nearly 250 million video surveillance cameras have been installed throughout the world , and chances are you’ve been seen by several of them today. Most people barely notice their presence anymore — on the streets, inside stores, and even within our homes. We accept the fact that we are constantly being recorded because we expect this to have virtually no impact on our lives

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Are the Rich More Lonely?

04Jun

Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas Can money buy happiness?

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Whenever someone asks me how I afford to travel, I have to force myself not to respond with “selling Nutella by the spoonful and procrastinating Sallie Mae payments.” It’s just so funny because people think there’s this magic formula out there. This one-size-fits-all-encompassing route that gives everyone an equal chance of seeing the world.

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There are numerous live music festivals and venues throughout North Carolina, Virginia and beyond on tap to help you celebrate the official kick off of summer over the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend. Following are a few highlights

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Jenna Kingma is Bravo’s newest breakout star in the docu-series Tour Group .

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Meet Audrey Roberts. At 104, she just wants to live out the rest of her life peacefully in the comfort of her own home.  But due to the high cost of in-home, round-the-clock care, Audrey is at risk of losing her home. Luckily, there’s someone trying to do something about it

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Few things are more exciting than arriving at an unknown platform for the first time. Whether it’s Grand Central Station, Roma Termini, or the metro in Moscow, the idea that unknown possibilities are within reach is thrilling

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Let’s put an end to NOT looking people in the eye so you don’t have to smile or say hello. I think 2016 should be The Year of Connection, and I’m not talking digitally here, but face-to-face

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Today, the words “I followed you” most often mean something along the lines of: my Internet presence appreciates your Internet presence and thus, thanks to the click of a button, I will now be made aware of your online activities.

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This Valentine’s Day, I will be alone. As couples kick off a romantic weekend together, I will be catching up on work and household chores, cooking dinner for one, binge-watching Korean dramas, and eventually tucking myself into bed alone. For the past few years, I have spent the day of l’amour by myself.

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WASHINGTON — Democrats are fuming over presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s defense of the millions of dollars she made giving speeches to Wall Street.

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Justice Clarence Thomas will soon celebrate 10 years of not speaking during oral arguments at the Supreme Court, The New York Times reported on Monday.  That is, he hasn’t asked a single question to lawyers appearing before the court to try to make their case. For a decade

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Theater: Almost "Paradise;" Awkward "Affair"

01Feb

THE GRAND PARADISE *** out of **** OUR MOTHER’S BRIEF AFFAIR * 1/2 out of **** THE GRAND PARADISE *** out of **** THE GRAND PARADISE IN BROOKLYN Great art is usually immersive. If I open a novel by Charles Dickens, I can soon forget my surroundings entirely. A transporting album like Pink Moon by Nick Drake creates its own dusky, late night reality

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We’re all a little social media obsessed. But for some entrepreneurial It-Girls, tweeting, posting, ‘gramming, and snapping became more than a hobby.

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Katherine, pointing, carrying a child as she leads them from the shore to the camp. My Australian friend Katherine posted on her Facebook page…

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10 Must-Reads To Understand ISIS

19Nov

The terror attacks in Paris have brought a renewed focus to the intentions, beliefs and history of the Islamic State militant group.

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Republican presidential candidate John Kasich says he’d set up an agency with a “mandate” to promote what he calls “Judeo-Christian values” overseas to counter Islamist propaganda. The Ohio governor says he would create the new agency to promote the values of human rights, democracy and the freedoms of speech, religion and association. Kasich says the information would be distributed in the Middle East, China, Iran and Russia, to compete with the propaganda and misinformation purveyed by Islamic militants

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The world is hurting. Once again the world has been hit with a display of violence, and that deeply affects the psyche of the American people

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Can Fitness Really Be Fun?

17Nov

This seems to be the eternal question of the patron dabbling with the idea of buying into that big idea that is fitness. We know that exercise is essential, in one form or another, to living a healthier life.

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4 Reasons You’re Still Broke

16Nov

BY KARA I. STEVENS Being “broke” seems to be a recurring theme among Black women despite our collective levels of education, resources, and salary. In order to break up with “broke,” we have to first answer the question, “Why am I broke?” If you happen to fall into the being broke category, here are four reasons why you might be struggling to make ends meet

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Major buzz kill. By Christopher Post , SELF (Photo: Romulo Yanes) I can’t drink

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It’s harvest time in Lennox, South Dakota; an extremely busy period for farmers in the area.  But over the weekend, a group of them took time out of their packed schedules to harvest a field of crops that wasn’t their own. It belonged to their neighbor and friend, David Klinghagen, who died unexpectedly last month

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Daily Meditation: Devotional Music

09Nov

We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice.

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The Article I Never Wanted to Write

06Nov

Will We Ever Understand That People Are The Most Important Thing in the World? I woke up before 6 AM

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No one should go through a divorce alone. You need a robust support system, consisting largely of friends and family

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Now that it appears, thankfully, that former NBA player and Kardashian in-law, Lamar Odom, is going to be okay, we are free to banter about the preposterous serendipity of being found unconscious in, of all places, a licensed whorehouse tucked away on the remote and barren landscape of the Mojave Desert. In addition to emitting a genuine sigh of relief at Odom’s recovery, coupled, admittedly, with a raised eyebrow and roll of the eyes at the whole string of indignities that had to accompany such a circumstance, we are also free to speculate as to who among us would pay the greatest “public relations” price for such notoriety

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Dawn DaLuise was a prominent Hollywood skin care specialist whose clientele included Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Alicia Silverstone, Christian Slater, Ted Danson and Christina Ricci. So how did the 56-year-old land in jail for nearly a year on charges that she hired a hit man to kill a competitor? Speaking out for the first time since she was acquitted, DaLuise opens up to Dr.

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Pornhub, one of the Internet’s most popular porn websites, is making it easier for victims of “revenge porn” to get their videos removed. Pornhub, which had more than 18.5 billion visits in 2014, has added a page on its website that allows  people to flag revenge porn — videos featuring them that have been posted on the website without a subject’s consent. The Pornhub submissions page went online three months ago, but was made public this week. ” Pornhub has always taken requests to remove of this kind of content very seriously and have clearly indicated that these types of unauthorized uploads are forbidden in our terms of use,” Corey Price, the site’s vice president of operations

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So, Pete Rose thinks playoff games are more important than head injuries. That was basically what Rose said on Thursday when he criticized Blue Jays’ third baseman Josh Donaldson  for leaving Game 1 of the ALDS to deal with a head injury

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“We each have two lives. The second begins When we realize we have only one.” Rabbi Margot Stein’s son Aryeh died six months ago, and she unfolded her grief on Yom Kippur by facing the prayer “Unataneh tokef – Who shall live, who shall die?” She is a writer and singer of Jewish music, including the songs for an eco-Jewish musical drama, “Guarding the Garden.” She is developing new approaches to Jewish education for developmentally disabled children. Rabbi Stein is a member of the Board of The Shalom Center

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Will Pope Francis Save the Planet?

29Sep

The New Republic headline declared, “Pope Francis Won’t Save the Planet.” Maybe not, but we can! It is time to stop unchecked climate change. The life you save could be your own.

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I traveled to Europe as a 2-year-old and again as a teenager. What remains from these trips are faint memories, and photos of places I can no longer name. I grew into an adult who scoffed at the idea of international travel with children, chalking it up to a waste of money, time, and expectations on those undeveloped minds

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This review first appeared in The National Book Review By Madeleine Blais Make Your Home Among Strangers By Jennine Capo Crucet St.

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Many people are struggling to find happiness in life after 50.

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“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change” – Carl Rogers, On Becoming A Person I think it occurred during sometime during the summer, but honestly I cannot be sure.

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It Was All Greek to Me

18Sep

Squashing sorority stereotypes Do the words sorority , and Greek system, conjure up negative images in your mind? I’ll admit, I never would have joined a sorority had my sister, Heidi, not joined one first. In the fall of 1992, I was a freshman at The University of Illinois, contemplating if I should join a sorority.

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How to Manage Mormon Missionaries

16Sep

Mormon missionaries have become so much of a cultural joke that there is a Broadway musical about them. Everyone knows what Mormon missionaries look like: classic dark suits with white shirts and ties, and that iconic name badge with “Elder Last Name” or “Sister Last Name” and the full name of the Mormon church: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Mormon missionaries are always trying to get you to take a copy of The Book of Mormon and to tell you about their crazy cult, right?

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Improv Everywhere’s latest stunt brought ballroom-dancing strangers to a busy crosswalk in Manhattan — prompting plenty of smiles and confused double-takes. In the video above, watch as pedestrians bump into each other and partner up for a bit of dancing in front of New York’s Penn Station on 7th Avenue. The crosswalk is “one of the busiest spots in the city,” the comedy collective  wrote on its website  on Tuesday

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” This Is Divorce At… ” is a HuffPost Divorce series delving into divorce at every stage of life.

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The 10 Lessons to Learn from Traveling

02Sep

By College Tourist ; Author: Nicole Darian, University of Iowa What The Real World Won’t Teach You Contrary to popular belief, traveling can teach you more than a classroom, job, or relationship ever will. I’ve found that people’s definitions of “the real world” vary quite a bit.

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It’s the night before we will begin our short adventure together. Like some of you, I have first day jitters

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My Newfound Friend-Making Powers

29Ago

Since the birth of my twins, I have talked to more people, made more new friends, and generally experienced a more extroverted lifestyle than ever before.

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By Edie Weinstein , with Sasha Joseph Neulinger Taking a deep breath before putting fingers to keyboard to write this article, pondering how to encapsulate an experience of one courageous young man and the saga of a family in a way that does it justice. Childhood sexual abuse impacts people on all levels-body, mind and spirit.

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The Powerful Allure of Sports

23Ago

Ultimately, the best part about sports has nothing to do with championships, awards, win-loss records, or outstanding statistical performances. Those things are all ego-based. The best part about sports is the strong relationships that are formed – often for life

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For the first time, women will graduate from the U.S. Army’s prestigious Ranger School, officials announced on Monday. Two female officers have completed training in what is considered one of the most difficult military programs, and will graduate on Friday, alongside their male classmates, the Army said.

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By College Tourist ; Author: Sydney Alonso, University of Central Florida I wouldn’t be the person I am today if I never traveled.

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Shirley Bachelder’s five seconds of television ad space earned her praise  and recognition from around the globe. But the simple message — “Love one another” — was not really hers to applaud. Bachelder, 94, said the inspiration for the message came to her one day when she asked God, “What can I do for you?” “He told me just what he wanted,” Bachelder told The Huffington Post over the phone.

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Where You Can Find Yourself

06Ago

You can find yourself in a yoga class (or whatever workout floats your boat), feeling strong and willing to try a new pose.

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BEIJING — “When China wakes, she will shake the world.” Napoleon’s famous comment on China has had China-watchers scratching their heads for two centuries as to what exactly he meant.

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WASHINGTON — Two black women died in jail cells last week. Authorities in Texas claim Sandra Bland, 28, took her own life on July 13, days after being jailed on charges stemming from a traffic stop — for failing to signal when changing lanes.

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    “I get a lot of questions from strangers who think that because my wheelchair puts me at a lower height, the walls surrounding my personal life must be lower too.”  So begins Kelsey Warren’s riveting spoken word poem called ” My Body .” As a disabled woman, Warren discusses the rude stares and even ruder questions she constantly receives.

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A Netflix binge just wasn’t enough for this “Orange Is The New Black” fan. Samantha Gardella from Monroe, N.Y., wanted something more, so she visited the set of the Netflix original series. The idea came after Samantha noticed a tweet from a local radio station explaining that scenes for the show’s fourth season would be filmed at the abandoned Rockland Children’s Psychiatric Center.

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A Day In Line At Greece’s ATMs

29Jun

ATHENS — National Bank of Greece, Formionos street branch, around 1:30 in the afternoon. Nearly 25 people are in line waiting their turn at the ATM.

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After a 22-year-old Sikh man removed his turban to help an injured boy, a handful of friendly strangers acted quickly to return the favor. Harman Singh, who lives in Auckland, New Zealand, heard screeching wheels and ran outside to find that Daejon Pahia had been hit by a car

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After the decimation of his species by poachers, Sudan the rhino finds himself in a extremely precarious position: He is the last male northern white rhinoceros on the planet . According to The Independent, the 40-year-old animal has been put under 24-hour armed guard in the Kenya game conservancy where he lives.

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