It was only a matter of time before an engineer devised a way for a dog to play fetch with itself. And that time is now. Behold! A dog-powered catapult, filmed in all of its 240p glory :)
Talk about protecting and serving! An Eau Claire, Wisconsin police officer stops oncoming traffic to allow safe passage for this family of ducks on 20 May 2014. Kudos to the drivers on the other side that all stopped for the family as well!
If a hamster eating tiny burritos and a bunny eating raspberries can get nearly 20 million views in less than a month, surely rodents on turntables can stir up a fraction of that interest? Granted they aren’t as cuddly and cute, but those videos didn’t have turntables!
How do you hunt for food when your prey is scurrying beneath a foot of snow? Well if you’re a sly red fox, you use your sensitive hearing and the magnetic North Pole to plot your trajectory. This clip is from the Discovery Channel television series North America
Just add this to the long list of reasons bears are awesome. These guys can rock climb better than me and I have opposable thumbs! Spotted at Big Bend National Park in Texas, a black bear and its cub were spotted climbing the Santa Elena Canyon wall on 21 March 2014 by a pair…
In case you were wondering, this is what a tiny hamster eating tiny burritos looks like.
Watch this crafty Green Heron use a piece of bread to lure nearby fish. What a clever bird! According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology: The Green Heron is one of the world’s few tool-using bird species. It creates fishing lures with bread crusts, insects, earthworms, twigs, feathers, and other objects, dropping them on…