A koala climbed in a car drawn by the air conditioner.
A cute koala teddy bear found the opportunity to cool off in an air-conditioned car near the Australian city of Adelaide.
Inside was just a dog, who studied the uninvited guest with interest.
The teddy bear relaxed on the leather seats and was no longer showered when the driver appeared.
The man is a wine grower and had come to see what was left of the vine. Concerned for the comfort of the dog, he had left the air conditioning on in the car and the door open. That's for his quadruped not to be overpowered by heat, but to be able to get out of the car if he wanted to.
It is not always for those who are preparing, and the little koala bear has not resisted the temptation.
Koala is a marsupial mammal in Australia and the only living member of the family Phascolarctidae. It is often called "koala bear", but this is not correct, as koala is not part of the bear family.
Koala mammals live in eastern Australia, where eucalyptus trees are the richest. They manage to climb and stay on the tree trunks with the help of large, sharp claws. During the day they fall asleep in the hiding places of the trees for up to 18 hours.
Best TikTok art compilation of 2020. View best 30 works
TikTok is the mobile application that allows users to create and watch videos for 15 seconds. The videos watched on TikTok have fragments of musical pieces in the background, and the protagonists of the videos dance or sing.
Last but not least, TikTok is the platform where new painting artists are discovered. Their works amaze with their details and creativity. That's why Bemorepanda decided to collect 30 art creations from TikTok.
1.Mickey Mouse Painting
5.Looking for the stars
6.Cat with blue eyes
7.Fake art movment
8.A lot of details in this painting
11.Is this egg real?
13.Drawing with markers
14.Eyes in color
18.Painting the first dance
21.A cute baby
20 drawings full of bitter truth about the world from an artist who sees everything through and through
Milan-based Italian freelance illustrator Marco Melgrati mainly draws illustrations for magazines, newspapers and websites, but when it comes to his personal work, Marco tries to illustrate what is wrong with our society. The artist shows all the flaws of our world, bringing them to the surface so that we once again think about how we live.
"Everything is fine, guys, I'm fine"
If it were the other way around
Don't get hooked
If the events of those years happened today
What happens to a relationship when one person is sick and the other has to look after him
Time to evolve
Don't play with it, take care of yourself and those around you
Self-deception on the web
Does it breathe?
TikTok reveals the wildest sides of personality
Lies by politicians
Sometimes it's worth looking up from the screens to see what's happening in the real world
"It's a pity but not a pity"
Hard times for travelers
Lufthansa Pilot Draws Penis In The Sky
Flight LH350, from Frankfurt to Bremen in Germany on 3 March, created a shape that looked like a penis when the aircraft was forced to circle above the airport upon arrival.
The image can be seen on FlightRadar24, a site that tracks commercial flights all over the world.
It shared a snap of the rude-looking flight path on social media, tweeting it alongside the caption: “LH350 landed on second landing attempt” with a crying-with-laughter emoji.
FlightRadar24 wasn’t the only one to notice this, and the post has received more than 3,000 likes at the time of writing.
“So they cocked-up their first pass?” commented one user, while another replied, “Landing a plane is HARDER than people think.”
One Twitter user commented: "Landing a plane is HARDER than people think," while another joked, "come again?"
Several people questioned whether the pilot knew what they were doing when they created the pattern, or if it was sheer luck.
Russians are withdrawing cash after the russian president appeals to the public that the coronavirus pandemic is in under control - Bloomberg reports
Since the beginning of March, Russian banks and ATMs issued to customers about 1 trillion rubles ($ 13.6 billion) in cash, which is more than the amount that Russians withdrew from banks over the past year, the Central Bank said.
Bloomber was the first agency who noticed.
According to the them, the Russians began to actively withdraw money before the new anticoronavirus measures where introduced.
“People were afraid that banks would not be available during quarantine,” Denis Poryvay, an analyst at Raiffeisenbank in Moscow, explained to the agency the behavior of Russians. “They were withdrawing money for the same reason that others stocked up on food,” he added.
Bloomberg estimates that the daily increase in demand for cash came after key announcements made by Russian President Vladimir Putin during his televisions to citizens. So, the first leap occurred after the head of state announced a tax on bank deposits in excess of 1 million rubles. And the peak fell on March 3. The day before, the president declared that the entire month of April will be a non-working month,
Around the same period, in mid-March, Bloomberg notes with reference to retailers, demand for low-cost nutritious foods, such as buckwheat and canned meat, also increased. The Kremlin and the Central Bank have not yet commented on this news.
The fight against coronavirus
With television appeals in connection with the spread in Russia of a new type of coronavirus, Putin turned to the Russians twice. In the first, he postponed the date of voting on amendments to the Constitution and announced the measures prepared by the state to combat the epidemic.
Among them were not only support measures, but also new taxes, for example, on bank deposits in excess of 1 million rubles. In the second appeal, the president declared April a non-working month, but with the preservation of wages.
The authorities did not begin to introduce quarantines at the federal level in connection with the pandemic. For this Putin was criticized by leading Russian economists, including professor at the Paris University of Sciences Po Sergey Guriev, professor at the Paris School of Economics Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, professor of economics at Princeton University Oleg Itzhoki and others.
Later, they called the measures of state support for business and people under quarantine conditions short-sighted and called on the Russian authorities to distribute to each Russian at a fixed amount (for example, 10,000 rubles). The money for this, experts beleive, is in the National Welfare Fund.
But the Central Bank did not support such an initiative.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin expressed a similar point of view. He noted that with the implementation of such a measure, budgets will go bust.
According to the latest official information, more than 43,000 cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Russia. More than 361 people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 have died. The most difficult epidemiological situation among all Russian regions is in Moscow and the Moscow region.