100 fun and interesting facts about practically everything, a surprise musical performance at a vaccine clinic, the animals that made it back from the brink of extinction, and the creative way one teacher greets his students. This week’s Good News.

Did you know that armadillo shells are bullet-proof? Or that there were active volcanoes on the moon when dinosaurs were alive? Well, you do now –  check out this list of 100 fun and interesting facts from Reader’s Digest to learn a lot more! 

No one likes waiting at the clinic – luckily for these Massachusetts residents, renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma gave a surprise performance in a clinic waiting room after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s one way to make the time fly by! Check out the article to watch part of his performance.

Worried about the impact of human activity on the rest of the planet? This article might make you feel a bit better. While we’ve seen a decrease in the population size of many species across the world, these animals made it back from the brink of extinction thanks to some top-notch conservation projects. There’s still hope yet!

Here’s something guaranteed to make you smile: before Covid-19, this teacher made it his priority to connect with his students by developing a fun, individual handshake with each of them. Now that his students are back in the classroom, he’s found a creative (and socially distanced) way to continue this tradition –  using personalized dances instead!

Awww of the week: super-dog to the rescue!

See you next week!

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