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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.

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