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Rare South African White Lion Caught Many Attention After Showing Off Its Beautiful Mane

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A rare white lion is seen to be proud of his appearance as he showcases his very beautiful mane at a lion sanctuary in South Africa.

The photo of the lion named Moya caught much attention across social media after he displayed his impressive mane at the Glen Garriff Conservation lion sanctuary.

In fact, if you look at some of the pictures taken, it shows that the six-year-old lion looks like the lion characters in movies like Narnia’s Aslan and the Lion King’s Mufasa.

Moya’s photographs were taken by a British photographer Simon Needham. Simon said he was stunned after seeing Moya for the first time.

Picture: The Scottish Sun/Simon Needham

“Moya’s stunning coat blew me away the first time I saw it,” said the photographer.

“It was difficult to get close to him, but I had a few moments when he came close enough for me to get a few great shots as he walked his territory,” Simon continued.

“When you are in the moment you don’t really get a chance to appreciate the beauty of it all but obviously afterward, I realized what lovely pictures we had,” he added.

Simon also hopes Moya’s pictures can help raise awareness about the sanctuary and the fate of lions in the wild.

Source: Daily Mail, The Scottish Sun

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(Video) Parents Hold Banner With Their Child’s Name Near School Gate, Make Many People Entertained

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Picking up children back from school has become a normal routine for parents. However, since the existence of the Covid-19 pandemic in our country, all schools have had to close in order to curb the spread of the epidemic. Recently, the government has allowed school sessions to reopen after positive cases were seen declining day by day.

But, less than a week after the school has opened, there was a funny video that went viral on the TikTok social platform. The video shows how the parents behave when they took their children back from school and it literally stole the attention of many netizens.

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Through the video uploaded by a TikTok user named FIRDAUS77, it can be seen parents are flooding the outside of the school are waiting for their children. However, what is more, funny is when most of the parents carry a banner with their child’s name on it.

The situation looks very familiar like they are in a riot in front of the school and Firdaus also had time to make a joke about it in the noisy atmosphere as if he was in a demonstration event. Most of the citizens were also find it hilarious to see the video and said the atmosphere was like outside the airport compound where the tour guide held a banner with the customer’s name.

Sources: TikTok Firdaus

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Did You Know? Four Times More People Speak English As A Second Language Than Native Speakers?

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English is possibly the world’s most accessible language due to its massive presence in the media and the internet. It is also the most widely spoken language in the world given history and accessibility. English grammar is also quite easy to learn to start in comparison to most other languages. Albeit, top-tier fluency in English is still quite hard to achieve but never impossible. The accessibility of the language made it that there are more non-native speakers than native speakers currently exist in the world.

English has various functions in our daily lives. English is the dominant language on the internet. Nearly 54 percent of the content on the internet is in English. Russian, at 6 percent, is a distant second. More than 50 percent of the worldโ€™s technical and scientific periodicals are in English.

People from 118 countries speak English and 59 countries recognized it as an official language.

Since the British Empire spread its wings for centuries, many countries forced to adapt the English language. But since the colonies gained independence, many still maintain English as part of their lives. Like in Malaysia, students learn English as a second language.

Picture: Lemon Grad

In total, are 378 million native speakers in English-speaking countries and 743 million non-native speakers in the world whether it is ESL (English as a Second Language) or EIL (English as International Language.

It’s fair to say that you will probably meet people that speak better English than you, native speakers or non-native speakers. The accessibility and wide-spread of the language are definitely proof of the language capabilities of the people.

Source: St George International, Lemon Grad

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Shop Review: ‘TRASH4CASH’ Helps You To Make Cash With Trash

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Everybody in Malaysia has definitely been taught of the 3R that are reduced, reuse, and also recycle. But sometimes it can be quite a hassle for many people to go to the recycling center to dispose of all the reusable materials that we have collected in our eco-friendly efforts. Worry no more because now, there is a free service that will come to you and collect any recyclable items instead of heading to a recycling center.

‘TRASH4CASH’ is a company that comes with an app that will allow you to call in the experts to collect and remove domestic and non-hazardous waste from your homes, commercial areas, and other locations. Users can just simply need to download and install the T4C app on their phones and have an adorably pink T4C truck come straight to your door to weigh, collect and pay you for your recyclable trash.

Picture: TRASH4CASH

‘TRASH4CASH’ Services:

1) Collection Services.

  • Trash4Cash collection services cover the regions of Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Kedah, and Perlis.
  • This includes domestic and non-hazardous waste from households, commercial areas, and other premises are covered. This service consists of kerbside collection of recyclable waste such as cardboard, newspapers, papers, plastic containers, and glass bottles from residential and commercial areas.

Picture: TRASH4CASH

2) Construction & Demolition Waste Collection

  • Construction and demolition waste (C&D) is generated during the construction, renovation, and demolition of buildings or structures. These wastes include materials such as concrete, bricks, wood and lumber, roofing, drywall, landscape, and other wastes. Much of this waste can be recycled or reused.

3) Food Waste Management (Chicken Feed)

  • Food waste is a serious problem that deserves serious attention. The amount of food wastage in Malaysia is enough to feed 12 million people three times a day which equivalent to 16,688 tonnes per day (2017).
  • In ‘TRASH4CASH’, we provide expertise in food waste management and one of the solutions is to convert the waste info chicken feed on large scale.

4) Paper Shredding Services

  • At Trash4Cash, we guaranteed that all confidential documents are destroyed and recycled safely. We provide on-site paper shredding services in Malaysia for all your small to mountain top volume of documents. A Certificate of Destruction will be issued after the paper destruction process is completed. You can rest assured.

5) Green Waste Management (Composting)

  • Composting is the natural decomposition of organic material (from plants and animals) by microorganisms, into a dark brown crumbly organic substance called compost. Compost mixed with soil is beneficial for growing plants as the compost retains soil moisture, improves soil structure, and provides nutrients.
  • Soils are the foundation for food production, and composting is a great way to build up the health of your soil while also diverting green waste from the landfill.
  • At T4C, we provide solutions for green waste management through composting.

6) Bins & Containers

  • Trash4Cash provides bins and containers.

Picture: TRASH4CASH

‘TRASH4CASH’ users can also check the price of recyclable materials directly on the app and are recommended to separate their items accordingly such as cardboards, newspapers, papers, plastic containers glass bottles and other materials.

Picture: Play Store

The service is available for Malaysians living in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Selangor, Perak, Penang, Perlis, and Kedah, and users can receive their payments straight to their bank accounts.

Sources: TRASH4CASH Website.

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