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Plants vs Zombies 2 – Witch Hazel vs Chickens in Wild West | Big Brainz #7 Pinata Party October 5th, 2016\r
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Apple Mortar is a new premium plant of the 5.3.1 update.\r
Witch Hazel is a new premium plant of the upcoming Halloween 2016 event (which is currently scheduled to start on October 18th, 2016). She uses magical sorcery to transform zombies into Puff-shrooms, and into Toadstool when using plant food. Sun cost: 200.\r
Therere other unfinished plants:\r
– Parsnip: Snips at zombies, then charges. Sun cost: 150. This is a new plant of the Food Fight 2016 event (currently scheduled to start on November 15th, 2016).\r
– Missile Toe: Launches chilling blasts, s like Banana Launcher. Sun cost: 500. This is a new plant of the Feastivus 2016 event.

The Ducks beat the Red Wings 4-2 Friday night behind a go-ahead goal from Corey Perry and another by Ryan Kesler. The Ducks now hold a share of the second wild card.

Free and prically wild horses and water buffaloes of Doro Ncanga, Sumbawa island. \r
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This Arizona prison is teaching inmates how to break-in wild horses in the hope that the skills they learn will stop them from reoffending. So far, of the 50 inmates that have taken part, only two have found themselves back behind bars after being released.

77 percent of prisoners released in America will be back behind bars within five years. Reoffending is one of the biggest problems facing justice systems around the world, and nowhere is this more apparent than in America, a country that has a quarter of all the world’s prisoners.

But can wild horses help?

These men are prisoners and horse whisperers they teach you a lot about relationships hard work, perseverance, patience.

At Arizona State Prison, the inmates trade their handcuffs for horses. They are learning to tame wild mustangs as part of a rehabilition programme. Since it was introduced, reoffending rates amongst those who have completed the programme have fallen to 4% over the last 5 years.

But when wild mustang herds grow too big, they struggle to find enough food and can damage the local ecosystem. To keep the population under control, around 6,000 are rounded up each year.

Most end up in government holding pens at a cost of around $49mn annually, but some are broken in and sold on through horse whispering programmes, like this one.

Since the 1970’s successive US governments have encouraged the harshest punishment for some offences, including mandatory minimum sentences for drug related crimes. This has seen the prison population balloon 500% in 50 years.

This programme is a drop in the ocean, helping only a small number of inmates. But it’s an imaginative solution to
help solve the rehabilitation problem in prisons.

The aim of the Wild Mustang programme is to teach prisoners life skills that will prevent them from reoffending. In the long run this will keep the prison population down.

the untamed animals show many similar traits to the inmates. Of the 50 inmates who have been released after completing the programme only two have returned to prison. Rehabilitation programmes like this could help break the cycle of reoffending

Pioneering programmes like this are time consuming, hard to establish and can only help a small number of inmates. But they’re effective, bucking the trend of reoffending.

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Two ninja rabbits challenge each other in a bunny showdown!You have never seen 2 bunnies fight like this before! …Very funny!

Cottontail Rabbits mating and fighting.

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This may be one of the greatest wild rabbit fights I have filmed. Two ninja rabbits challenge each other in a bunny showdown! ~ chibudgielvr.

Two wild rabbits fighting in my yard. Notice in the beginning how one of them actually sprays the other rabbit in the face?