LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!
Father's plea to Facebook
A grieving father recently made a plea to Facebook to see some of his late son's biggest moments in life. His tearful video message on YouTube is now getting shared across the nation. You may have seen the "look back" videos on Facebook lately, and this dad wanted one made for his 21-year-old son who died in his sleep almost two years ago. The dad's message has gotten so much attention, Facebook said they are looking at possibly changing the policy for all grieving families.
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New species of Jellyfish
Going viral on science and life websites today, Australians are trying to figure out exactly what a vacationing family found on a beach in Tasmania. The circle-shaped creature is about 5 feet in diameter.
Researchers believe it's a rare jelly fish that doesn't belong to a classified species.
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1,000 high schoolers sing national anthem inside hotel
A guest staying at a Kentucky hotel found the lobby filled with the sounds of music. He said what looked like a thousand high school students gathered on each of the 18 tiers inside the hotel and sang the national anthem. The students said they wanted to sing in honor Olympics starting.
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