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ரபேல் ஒப்பந்தத்தில் அம்பானி குழுமத்தை சேர்த்தது மோடி அரசுதான்- பிரான்ஸ் முன்னாள் அதிபர்1m26s

ரபேல் ஒப்பந்தத்தில் அம்பானி குழுமத்தை சேர்த்தது மோடி அரசுதான்- பிரான்ஸ் முன்னாள் அதிபர்

ரபேல் போர் விமான ஒப்பந்தம் தொடர்பாக அனில் அம்பானி நிறுவனத்தை இந்திய அரசுதான் பரிந்துரை செய்தது என்று பிரான்ஸ் நாட்டின் முன்னாள் அதிபர் பிராங்கோயிஸ் ஹாலண்டே தெரிவித்துள்ளார். French news organisation Mediapart quoted François Hollande as claiming that his country ‘did not have a say’ in the decision.

Friday morning weather1m31s

Friday morning weather

We're warmer than average heading into the Kern County Fair this weekend, but our air quality has improved slightly to an AQI of 97.

Published: September 21, 2018
Car maintenance tips, myths4m09s

Car maintenance tips, myths

Auto expert Sal Soueid of Allegiance Auto Salon has car maintenance tips including how to stay safe when changing a flat tire and dispelling myths.

Published: September 21, 2018
Dog treat theft gets interrupted when owner arrives home1m23s

Dog treat theft gets interrupted when owner arrives home

Coming home to an open pantry isn't always a big deal or a surprise, specially when you have children. But this day it was quite funny. After arriving home after running errands, Brent noticed the pantry open and he knew it was closed or almost closed when they left. Looking around he noticed a definite clue as to whom was lurking around while he was gone. Upon closer examination it was clear..... there was a dog treat thief in the house. Now Poncho, Brent and Elsa's rescue dog from Mexico, has a number of quite hilarious quirks. Almost ever time either Brent or Elsa returns home from being out and about, something is noticed misplaced. Many times it is a shoe moved from a shoe rack in the den to Poncho's bed, or a couch. Never chewed but always moved. Some days it may be a entry way carpet all scrunched into a ball, as Poncho is known for "making a nest" or something similar. Some days Brent wonders if Poncho was sitting on the couch reading the newspaper because his reading glasses, which were on the kitchen table, mysteriously have appeared on the living room couch. Poncho is a pretty keen pooch, so you just never know if she is reading up on "100 ways to be a better dog" in the local paper. Watch and enjoy one of Ponchos funny ways, and see just how adorable of a pet she is to Brent and Elsa. Poncho's expressions after the theft will melt your heart. What a great dog. She is definitely loved and she knows it. Just look at those eyes!

Border Collie answers owners questions by nodding head22s

Border Collie answers owners questions by nodding head

We all talk to our dogs on a regular basis. We often even ask them questions, but have you ever actually expected your pet to answer? Here we see something quite unimaginable! This smart Border Collie actually answers his owners questions by shaking his head yes and no! When asked if he ate his owners shoe, he responds by head shaking "no". His owner, clearly upset over the chewed show asks if he is sure he didn't eat the shoe and he shakes his head yes. After the interrogation continues, he seems to get confused with his answers and changes his mind. He may know what yes and no are, but he really has to think about it!His answer starts to change as she keeps asking him about this shoe, and maybe it is pressure of the questioning, or maybe he really is guilty, but he seems to get flustered and change his story! We see guilt here! We have the incredible urge to keep asking him more questions and see what he comes up with. If he has learned how to shake his head and answer questions, maybe he is capable of having a full conversation? Border Collies have the ability to learn more then 200 words of the English language. That is equivalent to a two or three year old child. They understand most things their owners say to them, and if they don't, they will turn their head and listen really hard until they figure out what the word or phrase means. As you can see here, they are capable of learning anything you teach them including left from right, up from down and what color is what. We are impressed with this smart and adorable dog and hope that really is innocent and didn't eat that shoe!

Tiny, furious reef fish chases away much larger Queen Triggerfish1m10s

Tiny, furious reef fish chases away much larger Queen Triggerfish

The Queen Triggerfish is one of the most beautiful, yet bizarre looking fish in the ocean. This gorgeous fish seemed to be interested in a sandy spot between patches of coral on the reef surrounding Little Cayman Island. It acted as if it was seeking a spot to build a nest, or it was possibly guarding eggs already laid in a nest. But another fish that was intent on guarding its own spot was lurking nearby. A Spotted Damselfish, known for its aggressive and territorial nature was angry about the presence of the larger fish. Each time the Queen Triggerfish ventured too close, the Spotted Damselfish reacted furiously, attacking the big fish and biting it. Unable to out-swim the smaller fish, the Queen Triggerfish was forced to swim away and try to avoid the little aggressor. But each time it returned to the spot that it was working at, the Spotted Damselfish emerged with renewed vigor and enthusiasm and put the run on it again. Spotted Damselfish are like the Pomeranians of the ocean. These are the dogs that are known as Lion Dogs, believed to be unaware of their small stature. They will bark and growl at much larger animals as if they have a hope of overpowering them. The Spotted Damselfish is equally aggressive and will even attack and bite a swimmer who ventures too close to their lair. This Queen Triggerfish is an interesting creature. They are highly intelligent and will cruiso over the reef in search of crabs or small conch shells, their favourite food. They blow water under shells or flip them over and watch for the creatures to emerge to right themselves. At that moment they will rush in and grab their prey. They use the same tactic for sea urchins to expose the underside where the spines are the shortest. They are also able to change colour to match their surroundings to aid in camouflage.