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Nuts and seeds please!


A bored ten-year-old boy from Germany built a table for squirrels after having a lot of free time due to the coronavirus pandemic. Because of the COVID-19, quarantine measures are imposed in the country and all schools and kindergartens are closed.


The table includes a miniature picnic place, complete with a plate and tiny beer mug which is just filled with nuts, seeds and raisins.


They named the curious squirrel “Madame.” She now visits their patio at least once a day.


"It comes by everyday, sometimes even twice, in the morning and the evening, sometimes at lunch time. It’s preferred food dish is sunflower seeds which it sucks up like a vacuum cleaner. She also loves hazelnuts and walnuts and also raisins," the mother of the boy said.


Madame now has her own Instagram account and has gained thousands of views and likes already. It is by far, the most watched video this week.


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The German authorities are going to delete the concept of race from the country's constitution. It was introduced into the basic law in 1949 to clearly distance itself from the racial ideology of the Nazis. But today in the Cabinet of Ministers of the Federal Republic of Germany they believe that in modern conditions this term can lead to misunderstanding, the return of prejudice and racist propaganda. Izvestia was looking into what this could eventually lead to.



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“The German government is considering the possibility of removing the word“ race ”from the FRG constitution. The Cabinet of Ministers explains this by the fact that the very concept of race is currently considered untenable, ”said German Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht. She added that, according to article 3 of the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany, "no one should be infringed upon or receive privileges on the basis of gender, origin, race, language, faith, religious or political views." According to Lambrecht, after the war, legislators chose expressions in the context of their time - then they wanted to distance themselves from the racial ideology of the Nazis. However, not all words that seemed appropriate then are considered acceptable in today's state vocabulary.


Until recently, the wording of 1949 did not bother anyone. It was only this summer that the Greens faction considered that the phrase contained "linguistic racism." “It's time for us to unlearn racism. All together, "- urged the chairman of the federal government of the Green Party, Robert Habek and vice-president of the Parliament of Schleswig-Holstein Aminata Touré, adding that" the term race divides people into categories, and this is contrary to the spirit of the Basic Law. "

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Pete and Paul, the new stars of the Berlin Zoo, made their first appearance. This is unusual for Germany, as it never happened before - for a baby panda to be born locally.


The twins, whose Chinese names sound like Meng Xiang and Meng Yuan belong to China and are on loan at the Berlin Zoo.


The five-month-old twin pandas immediately began to study the new aviary specially built for them, you can check out the video bellow:



Visitors to the zoo will be able to see the kids on later on this week.


Due to the growth in the population of pandas, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in 2016 changed the red book status of the species from “endangered” to “in vulnerable position”.

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