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>> let's go. >> thank you very much, have a safe trip, fun trip, i feel sorry for everybody on a plane with you. we do wish you a great thanksgiving, we have a lot to be thankful for, we are a blessed country and a blessed people. good night and see you next time. ♪ >> i mike emanuel in washington, these are the top stories at this hour. president trump says there's nowhere else he would rather be to celebrate thanksgiving than with american troops in afghanistan. the president, the commander-in-chief made a surprise trip there today. he says he flew the 8331 miles to tell them the united states has never been stronger. i mike emanuel in washington, stay tuned for a live speci report of the top of the hour. now back to "the five." >> greg: a surprise for you, it's time for -- ♪
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all right, that's right. "animals are great" like you've never seen before. while you stuff your face is, we are going to amuse you with some of the coolest creatures ever created. president and ceo of the columbus zoo, the zoo has a ceo. i wonder what those office meetings are like. tom, this is not a normal cat. >> this is a sand catch, never been on tv ever. never species like this ever, the only true cat found in the desert. found in northern africa all the way to the middle east and even into asia. a beautiful animal that has adapted to that hot weather. when it's really hot there going to burrow, they're going to find a way to get a little cool but what a beautiful animal. >> greg: it's amazing how that years change the look, it's such a cooler looking cat.
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everybody's cat. this cat is the coolest cat i've ever seen. >> i have a question, i have a question, why is that cat on a leash? >> do you want him to take it off the leash? >> juan: emily has warned me, i need to be cautious. why do you put it on a leash? >> at the columbus zoo we are known for all of our outreach programs, we have the opportunity to bring animals to you if you don't go to the zoo, we do such a good job with susie wrap and her entire animal program team, touch the heart to teach the mind and we are wanting to give people an opportunity to see these amazing animals. this is not an animal you would want to domesticate, try to have as a pet, these are wild anima animals. claus, sharp teeth. they are youngsters. they won't get much bigger than this. they are going to find little mammals but mostly insects out
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in the desert, they get their fluid from the food they're eating. >> dana: even at the columbus zoo do they not drink? >> no, at the columbus zoo we are giving them some water. >> dana: do you mean this is the first time they've ever been tv? this particular cat are the whole species? it not on "national geographic"? >> maybe on "national geographic" when they've shown them out in northern africa in the deserts. >> this is a cable news exclusive right now. >> absolutely, it's never been done. >> you have so much natural tv in your blood. >> i'm glad he still has a hand. >> i think he's beautiful. >> can you do your cap voice for the audience? >> dana has a dog voice and i think we just found her cap voice. >> i wanted to know you guys acquired these two? >> from other sand cats.
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[laughter] will be due as we work with different zoos, breeding program, when they get older they will be paired up with other sand cats. >> are they endangered? >> these are not, but when we talk about all the different animals we have at the columbus zoo, 11,000 animals, 800 different species, a lot of them are highly endangered and that's how we work together. >> say good-bye in the take gmac cap voice, please? >> good-bye. >> in big cities come people who have to deal with rodents in the alley, they are getting feral cats. would you want to do that with one of these? >> no. no. >> you definitely don't want to be -- the best place for a sand cat is at the zoo are out in the wild, you don't want to try to have one for yourself. >> not a patch but to go after
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other things you don't like. >> just say you wanted to attack me. we are doing the sloth, right? the greatest animal ever. >> we love slots because the slowest mammal in the world and being thanksgiving, i bet we have a lot of slow mammals watching right now. two toed sloth and three toed sloth's are found in central and south america. they are so slow that algae will grow on there for her and they will turn totally green. >> that happened to me in college. >> there's a little moth that lives on the sloth and when the sloth will come down once a week, that sloth will go down and lay its egg. it's a symbiotic relationship. >> only once a week? >> that's like me. i need that metamucil. don't say disgusting, it's what happen when you get older,
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emily. how do you survive when you are that slow? >> they are going to stay up in the trees, eating vegetation. this animal is from the rain forest and they are not going down to drink water, they are getting all their fluids from the leaves they're eating and also the leaves will hold water, it's raining all the time. when they do go down they can swim very well, they will go across the river. i was in costa rica and there was a tree that had fallen and it looked like coconuts but there was really a sloth playing right there. >> what strokes does a sloth swim? >> it's a sloth stroke. >> that's great speech impediment test. >> are jaguars, different types of cats, hawks out in the wild, there is an eagle that was about there. the bottom line for the sloth is they are very slow and at night they are going to maybe move a little bit more than they would
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during the day, just kind of hanging out. everything is upside down for them. >> they are used to seeing everything upside down, do they have the same effect we do when they are right side up and we are out like -- if things are upside down for us to get freaked out. did they get freaked out when its right side up? >> and they are swimming they don't turn their head, their brain switches so they are able to swim on, they spend most of their time, though, up in the trees and they are very comfortable. everything about them is upside down. even their hair starts in their chest. >> last time you were here, you told us don't touch the sloth but i'm curious, is that for a soft? it's a wiry hair and it will repel the rain from all the oils and -- >> you can make a rain jacket out of it.
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>> here's a cute moment. this is duncan and derek. they are dingoes. >> these are dingo pups. these are just young, only a few weeks old. a couple weeks old now. i'm sorry, they are nine weeks old. the dingo is a beautiful canine from australia. there also found, they said years and years ago in asia but mainly found in australia and they are going to hunt any type of animal they can get. they'll go after kangaroos, in australia there's a lot of sheep. >> he's traveling with a kangaroo, do you have to keep them apart? do you ever think about how cool it would be if you didn't? we can do that in there be a block. we can set up a little cage match. >> that would be my last day at
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work. >> they are not endangered? >> they are definitely not endangered, years and years ago they were actually domesticated. do you remember that saying three dog night? that's where it comes from. the locals when it was really cold would sleep with their canines, there dingoes and if they needed three it was a really cold night. >> they have populations in tasmania. now that we are on that topic since i brought it up, our tasmanian devil's real? >> they are definitely real. >> i thought that was just a cartoon. >> they don't spin around and they are not with bugs bunny. >> they do spin around and create that whirling dervish? >> they do not. we have them at the columbus zoo. you can see them. >> we've got our next animal coming up here. cd. >> such a denta dental animal.
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>> here is sadie. this is fitting for us because it's a fox. >> you got greg good. >> this is a swift fox, swift fox is found in north america, you can find them in colorado, kansas, even up in canada. swift fox, they are fast. and really when we talk about swift fox, they were in deep trouble, they lost their prairie dogs, that's what they eat. when we talk about a fox like the swift fox, if you find them in your area where they are supposed to be found, you have a healthy ecosystem. really fast animal. beautiful. >> a little shaky there, is indeed? is this his first time on television? >> that's actually me. >> she's gorgeous.
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are you allowed -- greg is holding the fox. >> hasn't been the first time. [laughter] >> usually the fox just slaps you the face. >> he's trembling. may be breaking some news all over me. >> he's shutting all over your black jacket. >> there goes my dry cleaning. there you go, kiddo. next animal is -- >> what we got? 's got a kangaroo. >> now we have a great kangaroo. a kangaroo is a marsupial, they are only found in australia. the great kangaroo is smaller than the radical mother read red is the tallest, but don't get me wrong, great kangaroo is still tall. >> last time was the male kangaroo without the pouch and i
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complained, now you have the female with a pouch. can i stick something in the pouch? >> no you can't. >> what is wrong with you? >> like a tic tac or something. my keys. >> so this is a young joey. to answer your question, when this female great kangaroo is older, absolutely. it's much larger but being a joey it's really small. >> do traffickers ever put drugs inside the pouch when they are trying to get out of trouble? >> i hope not. >> good question. >> that's a first time anyone's ever asked that. >> did they say okay, here's some questions you might get from jesse watters. i'd love to brief you next time. >> kangaroos are pretty fast. >> they are fast, they can go about 35, 40 miles an hour, jump
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about 40 feet every time. >> that's a jesse watters sized kangaroo. what about the baby kangaroo emily is holding? >> that's what i'm saying, like a mazda miata. >> very soft. out in the wild, they are not endangered, there's about a million of them in australia. >> are they are passed? >> they are definitely a pastor. we love them, at the columbus zoo they are our favorite anim animal. >> let's hear emily's assessment, what do you think? i see a motherly instinct. >> only for kangaroos. >> that was fun. >> thank you so much. >> happy thanksgiving. don't eat the sloth, not a lot
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warriors operate. take a look. ♪ what is the main mission for the working dogs here? >> our mission here is law enforcement and security, dogs that are trained as explosive, narcotic detector dogs, bringing contraband onto the base, will be there to enhance the basis security. the training they go through, they get 60 days of detection training and then they also get 60 days of patrol training learning all the basic stuff, they go through a certification process and get released to their duty station. >> are dog teams are always training. >> how strong is a dogs a sense of smell? >> they say between 1,010,000 times stronger than a humans.
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they say if you put a pinch of salt in an olympic size swimming pool, the dog can pick it out. >> once you do it for a while you feel it coming you know it, you see it when it happens. >> he gave a speech, you come in loving dogs but it grows on you to become an addiction. >> final question. ♪ all right, so right now i am getting geared up for what will be likely the highlight of my life which is the demonstration, what's called a bite suit. thankfully it's really heavy. i'm so excited, i can't wait. i'm getting a little nervous. >> run up with your arm just like this. you're going to keep moving. you got to make it fun for the
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dog. be moving, be loud and fun and we will be there. >> screaming and pretend to fe fear. [dog barking] ♪ >> i survived! >> the anticipation is frightening, hearing him literally chomping at the bit, whining in anticipation to sink his teeth into my pink fleshy skin, it's gnarly. i don't watch the dog as i'm running but that to me is like watching -- i couldn't do it and i don't remember that impact, i just never hitting the ground. that was kind of awesome. >> you did a great job. you do really well. thank you. >> i did?
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>> wow. >> he pulled you down with some force. that wasn't staged at all. >> that was all torque on his part and it is frightening to see that dog being held back by the trainer, i'm going to release the dog. i was trying to run, you cannot run in those suits, they are in incredibly restrictive, tough campus feel that it was amazing. once i lived through that moment it was totally exciting. >> dana: when the dog bites through the bite suit, if full on his biting, the perpetrator and -- as the dog sink its teeth all the way in or is it trained not to penetrate? >> it will sink its teeth in and i think it depends on the training but it's to apprehend the suspect and also it's trained to do different body parts as well. >> jesse: what other body parts? >> emily: never the face. >> juan: definitely not your head because your head was
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exposed. >> emily: i had total faith in these guys, absolute professionals, they assured me he would not go after my face or neck. >> juan: it's a german shepherd? >> emily: it's a belgian melon law. they trade with a few different breeds. >> juan: they used to be mostly german shepherds but i read their hind legs were having a lot of trouble. they are still mostly german shepherds but a high percentage of the ones you talk about. >> jesse: they are trained to sniff narcotics. they give narcotics to the dog, how does that work? >> greg: underneath the nose. >> jesse: i'm not saying you drug of the dog, you presented to the dog. >> emily: military working dogs, there are three different kinds. narcotics, explosives, and also patrol. >> greg: can you tell us the difference when you're out? >> emily: whatever you have on
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you, that's what they are trained in. >> greg: that's not fair. >> jesse: it is one dog ever do all three? >> emily: it's my understanding no, they are separate. and they are trained depending on -- they get trained in an air force based out of texas for the patrol ones, the narcotics and then explosives are trained at a different location. it's really incredible. thank you so much to them. >> juan: what happens when they retire? >> emily: there is a u.s. war dog organization that will help try to link up those retired dogs with a former handler. >> jesse: full pension, one, one. >> juan: i'm glad, they deserve it. >> emily: it was really an amazing experience. coming up next, the furry friends of fox news. your favorite hosts show off their pets on our thanksgiving "animals are great" special.
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>> i mike emanuel in washington and these are the top stories at this hour. president trump says there's nowhere else he'd rather be to celebrate thanksgiving then with american troops in afghanistan. the president made a surprise trip there today. also use the visit to meet with afghanistan's president and announced that they have restarted peace talks. legislation signed by president trump supporting their movement. china says the implementation of the bills will undermine cooperation in important areas. ousted navy secretary richard spencer says the commander in chief president trump has very little understanding of how the military works. it is the latest in the burgeoning conflict in president trump's military intervention. now back to "the five."
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♪ >> dana: happy thanksgiving, welcome back to our "animals are great" special. everybody knows america's dog jasper but we wanted to look at some of the furry friends of your favorite fox host to you may not know. watch this. >> juan: and i'm here with pepper, wesley, and eli. we've got some special guests. the dogs. they get to gather and its endless fun. pure energy and if there is a soccer ball. look, an octopus has the party. i dribble the ball away. he's beating me. >> this is duchess, this is my best friend, she has a
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10-year-old doberman pinscher. and this is her spot. this is where she likes to guard the house and guard the yard for squirrels. she has a big vocabulary, she knows that word. >> all right, six months of puppy fur and fury. that's a girl. she loves sticks. she's very easily distracted at this point. well, sometimes you've got to have a potty break. it's just part of life, right? good girl. she explained to her to the
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camera. you're a ham. >> hi, everyone, welcome to jasper's house. we are going to show you a little bit about what it's like to be at home with jasper. jasper consents, that's very easy. he also can catch. high five, go boy. over the years we've collected lots of photographs or pieces of art from fans and friends and family. we call it the jasper wall. any possible chair were going to sit in. keeps me warm, i don't even need a blanket. >> what's up? to call rescue dogs. he's a guard dog, protects the entire building. the greatest creature on earth. he gets to do whatever he wants in the house like stand on the
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coffee table. lie down. [laughs] i think there's probably some better trained dogs. good job. >> this is a rookie, he's a mini poodle. my first dog, he's 13 months old. i love him so much. rollover. rollover. dance with daddy. ♪ trying to watch "fox & friends" all morning. ricky, sit. we have the food in the drink ball and the water in the food bowl. we don't believe in labels here. >> all right, for that special edition of "animals are great," captain monkey face. been traveling with me for 20
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years. he does whatever i want. because he's my best and only friend. right, captain monkey face? he doesn't even have to speak. we read each other's thoughts. >> dana: yours is lovely, you've had them for a lot of time. not a lot of care and feeding. >> greg: he used to be on "redeye," he was battery-powered and his head could move around. he would scowl, he's not anymo anymore. >> juan: i thought you could learn personality based on pets and i thought you look so friendly and loving. >> jesse: i felt very vulnerable and i'm glad they didn't put some of the things in the package. >> dana: i liked when you held them up like simba. >> jesse: i am human.
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>> greg: just barely. >> juan: you falling down. >> emily: i agree with you, i think it's so adorable to see how everyone acts with their pets. it's so telling. >> jesse: i need a rookie wall. >> dana: you will probably get one. i think rookie has a lot of promise. you taught him to sit, that's very good. >> jesse: that was a lucky command. we don't give him treats. >> dana: rookie, you need to work on that. i will come over and help. there's a lot more to come on "the five"'s thanksgiving special, "animals are great." ♪
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now for a very special "animals are great" edition of "supermarket showdown. battling it out over the prices of some of our favorite items for our furry pet friends, whoever gets to the closest without going over wins, and a reminder, i don't know the answers in advance. first up, we have a fishbowl. why am i in there? i don't even know if fish is officially a patch, but we will play the game anyway. >> is that plastic? >> greg: it reminds me of a vaporizer i once used. >> emily: i live on the west coast, everything is expensive. >> jesse: $18.99. did juan get it? >> dana: else you got?
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>> jesse: dog toy, we have a little dog tore right there. sink your teeth into that. before it looks like pineapple. everybody right big so you can see the prices and let's go up. all right, we see everybody's price. the dog toy costs $9.99. juan went over. >> juan: by 1 penny. speed to be gracious loser. >> jesse: the cat castle as you see in front of us here. those things are expensive. >> greg: i have one and i don't have a cat. >> dana: you just climb around? >> emily: i have no idea. >> dana: you think it's that much? >> jesse: aren't there two of them? cat castle cost $84.99.
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got it, greg. >> dana: i need to get into the cat castle business. >> jesse: next is the turkey costume. you wear it. the turkey trot on thanksgiving when you do your 5k. >> greg: the dog wears it. i'll wear it if you ask me to. >> jesse: prices up, everybod everybody. solid gases all around. the turkey costume, $15.99. did i get it? $14. for the final one, it is a very special item. this is the best item we have. this is the "animals are great" leash with the fox news logo, animals are great insignia with
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the colors you see. call her and a leash, people, this is a big item. prices up. >> dana: emily, we had the same idea. >> emily: oh, my god, we are twins. >> jesse: $6? wow. $25! juan and i tied it. >> greg: what would you find an "animals are great" leash? >> jesse: i think you could go to the store and check it out. >> greg: i hope lou dobbs gives this to me for my birthd birthday. >> emily: i am happy you both won and the true spirit of thanksgiving. >> greg: check out the easy
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♪ >> juan: welcome back to "the five"'s thanksgiving "animals are great" special. we are answering your questions
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from social media about pets. here's our first question, a facebook question from lola. what was your first animal responsibility growing up? i think what lola means is like a pet you had to take care of, emily? >> emily: after the big oakland fire is, we host a family that had cats so i got to have cats after that on the condition that i would take care of it start to finish so my first responsibility was taking care of my black cat start to finish, feeding, water, cleaning out the kitty litter 100%. >> jesse: i had guinea pigs and it was a disgusting situation because you'd have 15 guinea pigs in one cage and they'd make a whole mess of it and it was my job to clean out the cage. i think it was punishment. >> juan: did you like having the guinea pigs? >> jesse: not really. i think they've thought it would help with responsibility. >> dana: we had in my house a
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dog and then my sister and i brought home a cat from the ranch and we were responsible for feeding, watering, and i don't know if we did it properly and sadly the cat died of leukemia. that was an early lesson, life lesson for me. >> greg: i had three older sisters so i was kept in a cage, i was the pet. i had little box turtles. everybody had little box turtles, you went to the pet store and you got a little turtle, lived for two weeks. they didn't last long, you lost them somewhere and found them all dried up an event. >> juan: if you were an animal in the zoo, which animal would you want to v and you got to tell us why? >> greg: definitely i'd want to be a gorilla i'd see the people coming at me, i would be
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slinging feces all day. >> dana: i would want to be a draft to experience what it's like to be that tall. >> jesse: what was your favorite animal in the columbus zoo? the kangaroo. i will be a kangaroo. you can jump, allegedly, the footage of a full bus. i could jump right out of the zoo and escape. >> emily: i would want to be the thing that didn't know it was i in the zoo, which would be something in the aquarium. >> jesse: the dumbest animal. >> emily: a fish in the aquarium, they would know they are in captivity. >> juan: that's kind of sad. >> emily: that's how i feel. an octopus. an octopus because the monterey bay aquarium because their life spans are longer in captivity. >> jesse>> greg: they can escap! >> juan: they are really smar
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smart. >> greg: you would end up that she would waste hours watching them. >> juan: some zoos have horses, i love horses, i think they are majestic and strong and fast but my favorite when i go to the zoo's to watch the hippos because the hippos get to go underwater and then they -- >> dana: who would want to be a horse in a zoo? >> juan: one last question, this instagram question comes from bg chambers, what animal intrigues you but you are afraid to have one as a pet? >> jesse: a buddy of mine growing up had a piranha in a fish tank and i always thought that was a pretty vicious pet to have. you'd catch things outside and feed it and throw it in the tank, watch it destroy it but i wouldn't want that in my house. that's a good pet for a friend to have, not you. >> dana: i would kind of like to have a parent. >> juan: why do you fear a
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parrot? >> dana: i don't want to clean up after it and i don't want to talk all the time, i wanted to only talk when i wanted to talk. >> juan: they are very needy, they need a lot of attention. >> greg: i loved growing up komodo dragons, i used to see them and i wanted -- i pestered my family because i wanted a komodo dragon or something like that, a big, giant lizard but you can't because they'll bite you, they'll bite your foot off. remember sharon stone's first husband, the guy who owned the "san francisco examiner," got his toes bitten off by a komodo dragon. >> jesse: i think it was sharon stone that pitted off and they blamed it on the komodo dragon. >> emily: all of these, any snake, yeah, it's intriguing, sure, but no thank you. no thank you. >> juan: if i had the wherewithal i would have a panther. the panther would kill me.
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the ninja foodi air fry oven, the oven that crisps and flips away. but he wanted snow for thelace holidays.. so we built a snow globe. i'll get that later. dylan! but the one thing we could both agree on was getting geico to help with homeowners insurance. what? switching and saving was really easy! i love you! what? sweetie! hands off the glass. ugh!!
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call geico and see how easy saving on homeowners and condo insurance can be. i love her! >> greg: time now for one more thing, we are picking our favorite animal videos. >> jesse: check out this lemu lemur. look at that flex. >> emily: that's hilarious. >> greg: that's a jesse watters lemur. >> juan: i like the tail. >> dana: i went with a video of jasper, he has these two friends were german shepherds, sorry for the video being the wrong way but he takes care of himself out there. two german shepherds. >> greg: what you're saying is racist. he hates germans.
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this is me trying to find something to watch at night, -- >> jesse: i thought that was you on tinder. >> greg: look who i found. [laughter] >> juan: whale watching tour operator nick templeton and his dog had a close encounter with a whale in british columbia, according to templeton the humpback whale is known in the area as lorax named by the local marine education and research society, take a look. [barking] >> juan: that's a big animal. cool.
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you think he's attracted to the dog? that's what i think it is. >> greg: what a video it would've been if it snatched the dog, one more meal. i think you're the end here. >> emily: amazing. this is a very special -- this is lieutenant dan, he was only born with two legs that has not kept him back. he is so amazing, so full of life, we are thankful for all creatures regardless of shapes and sizes. >> jesse: which likes the sea have? just the front two? >> greg: what's amazing is he doesn't know. >> juan: people get phony limbs. >> he sometimes can be seen running around with two wheels like a dog go-kart.
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he is also proficient on two legs. >> no prosthetics. >> greg: we should do that every week from now on, that's it for the five, see you back here tomorrow, "special report" is up next, will they have pets? i don't think so. >> president trump makes a surprise visit to u.s. troops on thanksgiving and says he believes the tele- man is open to a cease-fire, the ousted secretary of the navy slams the commander in chief saying the president does not understand how the military works and china warns the u.s. over american support for pro-democracy demonstrators in hong kong. this is "special report." ♪ good evening, welcome to washington, happy thanksgiving, i mike emanuel in four bret baier. the president made a surprise trip to afghanistan to have a thanksgiving meal with the troops and he had some


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