Episode 7 Of Weekly Dose Of Happiness
Oh boy, it's that time of the week again. The time for- The time for Happiness! Hey everyone, it's Tohru with the weekly dose of happiness. This series was started by Mollo25 and me to lift everyone’s spirits during these times.
Starting with Florida, a 13-year-old Florida boy made a device to save people from drowning. The boy scout made the device after learning of drownings in the Gulf of Mexico. Kaial built a prototype of a device he calls the LifeBoKx, a kit with life-saving equipment that could be installed along the beach. The "K" in the name stands for Kaial.
Continuing with Florida, it's going to release 750 million mosquitoes genetically engineered to decimate the mosquito population.
A study conducted in Norway shows that bird deaths are down by 70%. This decrease is because of painting wind turbines black.
After the wildfires ravaged California's forests, many feared that the oldest trees had been burnt to the ground, but they have triumphed against this ordeal.
British man quit his job as a teacher to fulfill his lifelong dream of building a zoo. But there's more: the zoo has no bars.
This week's best news: Africa has been declared free of wild polio.
That’s all, folks. Tune in next Thursday for some more Weekly Dose Of Happiness. Till then, stay happy, stay healthy, and stay safe!