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Here are two stories featuring raccoons getting assisted by humans. In clip one, a raccoon got its head stuck in a jar in Illinois, so Suburban Wildlife Center had to pry it loose. In clip two, a baby raccoon got stuck in a trash can in Long Island, New York, so a good Samaritan moved the bin so that the animal could go back into the wild.
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We wouldn't want to get in the way of a feeding whale shark, they might be gentle and won't harm you, but it can't feel good colliding with these giants.
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A giraffe at the Kicheche Bush Camp in Kenya was recently forced to protect her newborn baby from a pride of lions. The entire lion gang showed up for lunch but the mother giraffe scared them off by flexing. She pretended to charge, which caused the felines to scatter.
Two furry animals needed some assistance after being stuck in rough situations. In clip one, a two-week-old kitten was rescued from a car wheel in Sydney, Australia. The cat, now named Rory after his rescuer, had been in the car's wheel area for roughly 25 miles before being noticed by the vehicle's owner. In clip two, Simon Cowell of the Wildlife Aid Foundation saved another fox. The little guy was tangled in a net, so Simon needed to cut him out but the animal returned the favor with a bite.
Brad Josephs' mission is to do whatever he can to help grizzly bears gain appreciation in order to encourage their conservation. He recently took a group of wildlife photographers out on the Alaskan Peninsula and they all seemed to have a great time amongst the bears watching a curious cub play with a GoPro.
Sunflower Farm has become quite popular due to its daily running of the goats. Unfortunately, their latest post is pretty bittersweet. This is the final run for the season. Check out more goat runs by clicking here.
A pair of foxes were wrestling in the streets of Narvik, Norway when a police officer approached them. The animals had slowed down traffic and officer Helge Jorstad had to break up the battle.
This horse seems like a "chill" horse until you get too close, then the chase is on! Or it might have just been running toward a new patch of grass to graze, that's a possibility too...
Hannah, the adorable six-year-old daughter of our wonderful RTM employee, Joanne, got to see some elk while on a family vacation through California. The scenery is beautiful and the footage of the largest herd of Roosevelt elk in the world is amazing! We're all so jealous of you, Hannah!
Have you ever seen a cat drink out of a bottle? No? Well now you have!
Some kayakers were just floating around when they were approached by a duck. It initially jumped on a man's kayak but the guy was not very welcoming. The duck then jumped on the camera girl's boat and essentially asked for food. When the woman didn't make with the edibles, the duck decided to just cruise.
If you've seen Little Shop of Horrors then you know of the venus flytrap, Audrey II. Well this is Audrey III and she loves to eat ants.