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This squirrel is on a mission. Unforunately for him, when picking things up that are bigger than you, they almost always end in a fail. The poor guy had to struggle to get his new toy up a tree, but the results were not so fun. For the RTM crew's thoughts on the squirrel's struggle, click here.
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A rare snowfall at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo means the animals got to enjoy some fun in the sun snow. A family of elephants had a blast eating a wintery doppelgänger and a pair of polar bears got a taste of home. Who doesn't love animals in the snow? We just wonder if they dream of a white Christmas too.
These squirrels know how to get what they want. Our first culprit was able to find a crafty way get some Dunkin Donuts, while the other struggled to bring a new tree-mate up to his squirrel condo. This proves that squirrels win some and lose some just like humans. To see the whole video, click here.
A dolphin in Australia put itself in harm's way while swimming around a cray pot. This modern-day Flipper was stuck to the rope of the pot, which is illegal in the marine reserve waters that the animal was swimming in. A group of water skiers found the dolphin while training for a competition and set him free. The skiers reported the pot to wildlife officials, so that it would be removed from the waters. This vigilante dolphin may have saved the lives of several hundred crayfish and perhaps even others of his kind.
Ducks travel in groups and a cat found that out the hard way when it tried to play with one of the birds. Two other ducks joined in and attacked the cat, who was left to fend for itself in this cute video.
A once-crippled and malnourished goat that was found in a massive hoarding situation is back on her feet. Hazel's inability to walk was brought on by a lack of strength due to limited feeding. The Humane Society of the United States has taken her in and now she is back to prancing around her new barn.
Meet Sanggol, a 10-month-old pot-bellied pig who's quite famous. According to his owner Mikey Bustos, Sanggol has appeared in Esquire, several television shows, and has even raised 55,000 Philippine pesos for victims of Typhoon Haiyan. But all that aside, it seems like cuddling might be this little guy's favorite thing to do.
Sadie doesn't like being left home alone. So whenever her owners go out, she immediately gets back at them by taking all their stuff and scattering it about the house. Young Ginzey, on the other hand, doesn't steal things because he's too busy running through the snow maze his owners built in the front yard. And this little guy has got the whole work-smarter-not-harder thing down.
A fox named Loki can tell you what a REAL fox says. Turtle Exploration Park in Redding, California has adopted the fox, who is quite the talker. He also digs jumping around with some hops that you have to see to believe.
Life According to Jimmy has traveled to the swamps of Louisiana as Oliver Swampscott in an attempt to catch "the largest alligator in the history of catching alligators." The problem? We don't think Swampscott has ever stepped foot in a swamp, or been around an alligator for that matter. He seems a little too scared for the job and he should've known goldfish are a crocodile's bait, duh!
Armed with a tiny toothbrush, zookeepers at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington brushed the teeth gums of an aging Gila monster. The regular brushing helps to ensure this little guy has a healthy mouth. Because monsters need fresh breath too, right? And while these zookeepers get their dentist on, a petting machine for cats will have them purring nonstop. A creepy petting machine, that is.
These baby otters have been orphaned, but their time without a mom lasted only a short while, as a lady has adopted them in the Philippines. The pups have been cared for by humans for nearly two months, and once they are grown, they will be released back into the wild.