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12 Things at Trader Joe’s That Are Labeled Vegetarian, But Are Actually Vegan

1. Jumbo Cinnamon Rolls

Yes, please!

2. Veggie Wrap With Hummus

Perfect for when you’re on the go.

3. Pecan Praline Granola

Most granola contains honey, but not this one!

4. Vegetable Biryani With Vegetable Dumplings

WUT.

5. Cinnamon Nut Rugelach

With vegan cream cheese!

6. Thai Vegetable Gyoza

Stuffed with cabbage, carrots, green onion, and more.

7. Mango Mochi

This seasonal item is sure to hit the spot!

8. Vegetable Pakora

And they come with tamarind chutney!

9. Mini Cinnamon Sugar Churros

Ahhhh!!!

10. Vegetable Burritos

Another great option when you’re short on time.

11. PB&J Bars

Yum!!

12. Marshmallows

OK, so these are labeled vegan, but they’re seriously good and you need to try them.

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Those are some amazing humpback whales!

Why did a humpback whale just save this seal’s life?

At first it seemed like the usual, deviously clever attack. Several killer whales were trying to catch a Weddell seal that had taken refuge atop a drifting patch of Antarctic ice. The orcas swam alongside each other, creating a wave that knocked the hapless pinniped into the water. Death seemed certain.

Then something amazing happened: A pair of humpback whales turned up. As the panicked seal swam toward them, a lucky wave tossed it onto the chest of the closer, upturned whale. The whale arched its chest out of the water, which kept the seal away from the charging killer whales. And when the seal started to fall off, the whale carefully pushed it back onto its chest with a flipper. Soon after that, the seal scrambled to safety on another ice floe.

“I was shocked,” recalls marine ecologist Robert Pitman, who witnessed the episode in 2009 and described it and another example in Natural History magazine that year. “It looked like they were trying to protect the seal.”