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It's pretty common to see bears in Canada and these beasts were recently caught on camera. In clip one, a couple of tourists in Canada woke up to an unpleasant surprise. Apparently, a bear smelled food and jumped on their van. In clip two, a remote logging road in British Colombia was heavily-populated with bears. One bear was caught on camera scratching his butt.
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It's kitty kissing time!
Hope for Paws was called in when two maltese dogs were spotted in a junkyard. They rescued them, washed all of the motor oil out of their fur and now Elmer and Elsie are ready for adoption!
A pair of armadillos got stuck in an old gas station in Argentina and were lucky to be heard by nearby tourists, who were having a picnic. The tourists put their plans on hold and quickly rushed into action to save the critters. They then released them back into the wild.
Sometimes animals are too clever for humans to handle. In clip one, an eagle decided to get into the game during a recent golf outing. He literally took the ball flying off of the course. In clip two, a dog did all it could to steal a pumpkin toy from its owner's desk. He eventually accomplished his goal.
This cat, Twitter, is doing her fancy walk. Enjoy!
This lamb loves attention, like really loves it...
This dog gets a little embarrassed for lunchtime at its house...
These animals weren't messing around. In clip one, Richard Leonard was diving when a sea lion attacked him. Fortunately, everyone was safe following the ordeal. In clip two, a pair of baboons recently went jeep shopping. They quickly went from vehicle to vehicle grabbing whatever they could get.
A baby rhino recently made friends with a lamb in South Africa. They're an odd couple of sorts, but the rhino is actually an orphan, who's mother was killed by poachers.
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Douglas and his buddy decided to buy a pet rat and strap a GoPro to it at the Sasquatch Music Festival. The footage, captured by Wyatt Roy, is awesome, but we're not too sure he actually has a "pet rat." Head on over to our Facebook page and tells us what YOU think!
A man in West Milford, New Jersey was walking around looking for bears. After finding those bears, he had a nice conversation with himself. He then taught the viewers at home about the habits of the animals. The man was very impressed by their family.