Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

• Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

Learning is light and ignorance is darkness. Our younger brothers, which will be discussed, of the same opinion. Higher education is not always a guarantee of success in life, but the dog with a master's degree, it is surprising and even to some extent delight. Among other things, mention of the fact that even the animal has received a diploma (and you do not, ha ha), - a great way to put a man on the spot to the dispute.

We have compiled a selection of animals for one reason or another to get the true diplomas.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

A police dog Rocko (actually - John E. Rocco) received a bachelor's degree in criminal law at the University of Concordia (US Virgin Islands), as well as the chief of the district police Seneca (NY, USA) John McGuire. This is not surprising, since, according to US media reports, the university simply haggling Higher Education: Diploma could buy just $ 499. It is noteworthy that Rocko "received a" 5+ on the subject "The structure and processes of the American judicial system," while John McGuire - only 4.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

Colby Nolan was not surprised when his application for admission to college felt so good that was given to him not even a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in business administration. But to be honest, Colby did not particularly worried about it, because he's just a cat. However, his boss, the deputy district attorney in Pennsylvania, was much more interested in the academic success of "son". Using such a control purchase turned out that not even need to be a man to get a master's degree. A college was fined 135 thousand dollars.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

The optimal route between two points can be found with the help of mathematical calculations, but Professor Timothy Pennings has proved that it is capable of even a dog. When he threw the ball somewhere far away, the route that ran to its goal of his Corgi named Elvis, exactly coincides with the results of calculations, even if Elvis had not only run on the ground, but also to cross water obstacles. And as a reward for participating in the experiment, Professor Pennings Elvis received an honorary doctorate Hope College in Michigan.

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Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

In 1973, a cat named Kitty O'Malley was able to finish school, after its owners sent 25 dollars a cowboy firms that sell fake documents on education. And after nearly Kitty took in quite a real college regiment, but the management of the institution rather quickly revealed cheating and expelled cat.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

Kirsch is not particularly delved into the study of subjects when taking classes at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Maryland). It is not surprising, because Kirsch - a service dog who accompanied his master classes on Carlos Mora, who was studying for a master's in the field of mental health counseling. And when Carlos graduated from the university, the school has offered to assign Kirsch honorary degree in gratitude for the faithful service to his master.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

Australian comedians from The Chaser's War On Everything found an original way to make fun of "diploma mills". The owner ordered for his dog named Sonny's degree in medicine in fraudulent Ashwood University. In this case, the dog has excellent skills and rich experience of life: it is perfectly delves into the bins, as well as sniffing the tails of their relatives. After Sonny's diploma was delivered, the couple went in quite a real hospital and tried to arrange a newfound doctor at work. About what career prospects open to young graduate, talk, perhaps not necessarily.

Day and night, male scientist: 7 animals with higher education

We are confident that the service dog Samson did not succeed either in literature or mathematics, but when he graduated from the University of Oklahoma. Here he trained to become a professional working dog. After two years of dog-therapist, he received an honorary degree with the other three hundred graduates of the university. Yes, he was also in cap and gown, shook hands with teachers and get a real diploma on stage.