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Animals and laughs go well together, like in these two videos. In clip one, the bear might be huge, but it's pretty obedient when humans yell at it. In clip two, the "stand still" technique didn't work well with this snake.
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This is what it feels like when humans and bugs collide. In clip one, Logan ate a live bug and yes, it was weird. In clip two, a spiny flower mantis recently went one on one with a human finger.
Thanks to the SMART rescue team, this cat didn't have to use one of its nine lives to get out of the confined space it was trapped in.
No! Try to resist the dark side, cat!
The Rock of Gibraltar is pretty famous for its monkeys. People can interact and take photos with them. They get into everyone's stuff and you're not "supposed" to feed them, but everyone does anyway. However, the one thing you defintely DO NOT want to do, as proven in this video, is make a baby monkey mad because if you do, you'll have to deal with the wrath of its parents. Ouch!
Rambro the "Angry Ram" recently made it clear that he doesn't like plush toys. The animal charged the stuffed toy with fury unrivaled by other rams.
A goose in the United Kingdom shutdown local traffic, so the Wildlife Aid Foundation jumped into action. The rescue team used a net to capture the goose. The highway patrol did not want a car to hit the animal, so they brought traffic to a stop. The bird had a bad wing fracture, so the crew is taking care of it until it can possibly go back into the wild.
You've heard of Angry Birds, but what about Angry Bears? In clip one, a pair of bears were caught on camera getting physical in the middle of a street. In clip two, a mama bear grabbed a lunch box out of the back of a truck and fed her little ones.
It's a windy day, but that won't stop this dog vs. cow encounter.
Straya loves to play. But don't try to film her, she doesn't like that. Ha!
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.
It's kitty kissing time!