These newlyweds might need to postpone their wedding night plans after this little incident! While playing a game of rounders, Sarah smacked a ball right into her new husband Matt's groin. As all the wedding guests howled with laughter, Sarah completed the rounder and then checked on her hubby! View Now
We've seen plenty of outdoor rescues from our friends at Wildlife Aid, but this time, Simon Cowell and the team were invited into a home to take care of an uninvited guest. The pair embarked on a wild squirrel chase in a room full of small hiding places. Luckily, with the help of some small nets, the team was able to capture and release the squirrel back outside. View Now
We could all use a helping hand from time to time, or a helping...jaw. Let us explain. An adorable lion cub found itself in a tricky situation as the young one tried to climb out of an embankment. With water below, there was nowhere for the cub to go. Luckily, mom wasn't too far away and picked up her child in her mouth. While the cub was safe, the look of embarrassment in front of its siblings was unmistakable. View Now
Two safari-goers were driving through Kruger National Park in South Africa when they came across three male lions. As much as the safari-goers were interested in the big cats, the lions were more interested in their visitors! Some of them even rubbed right up against the car window. We can't decide if this is the coolest experience ever, the scariest experience ever, or somewhere in the adrenaline-pumping in between. View Now
Pup Tula loves the water and toys! So when her human caught a fish, she jumped in after it to play!
Meanwhile at the pool, Boxer Ivy gets into a little trouble after trying to tackle her brother Zo. Not to worry, pool time is always a fun time!
Our last doggy isn't in the water, but he sure loves it! Mumford waits patiently for the go to go ham on the hose! View Now
We don't know why this wild deer in China decided to start attacking the rider's motorcycle, we only know that we're glad it wasn't us. The rider did his best to keep his bike safe while his other rider friends were able to drive off. Fortunately, neither deer nor man was hurt in this little scuffle. View Now
Fisherman Wade Beasley was headed to his usual fishing spot when he ran into a 13-foot crocodile. The Australian seemed unphased by the deadly creature even though he was mere meters away! If it were us, we would have yelled "Crickey!" and ran in the other direction. View Now
In Costa Rica, a couple found a small sloth crawling toward the road. Because sloths only see well in low light, it was imperative that they helped it reach safety. Touching the animal could have startled it, so they grabbed a branch, let the little fella climb on, and whisked him to the safety of another tree. View Now
To come home and find a pillow completely torn apart with the fluff scattered about, it's never fun. The list of possible suspects is usually pretty short when there's a crime such as this one. A dog mom came home to discover this exact crime and found her pups hiding under the bed. Seems like she found the culprits but did she even stop to consider pillow-hating ninjas or rare indoor tornados? All we're saying is Lola and Sox look like innocent dogs to us.
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Now this magical moment looks like something out of a children's story. A musician was playing the banjo when suddenly, a curious fox appeared. Mesmerized by the music, the beautiful creature sat beside the musician the entire time he played his tune. This might just be the closest thing to cartoon princesses singing to animals in real life!
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Just about the last place you'd expect to have a surprise visitor is when you're alone on your boat. Still, Maria had just such a visitor when a seal leaped up onto the boat deck to escape the jaws of two hungry orcas. Maria didn't know what else to do while the killer whales circled her boat and hoped the seal would sacrifice itself for lunchtime. Eventually, the seal did jump off, and Maria sped away. Maybe the seal and orcas called a truce, we don't know? View Now
Bentley the dog found himself in some serious trouble as he messed with the wrong porcupine and got stuck with needles all over his face. Luckily, his owner Kennedy Johnston is in veterinary medicine and removed the needles from the poor boy one by one.
Next, when Allie Rissmiller's dad hung a tennis ball in the garage to mark his parking space, Izzy the dog is left mesmerized by it. Guess what? Now the dog is in the way!
The typical thief comes to a home looking for jewelry and valuables, but this thief is different. A Ring camera captures a bear making its way onto this family's back porch and instead of taking something of importance, he takes out the trash, can and all!
Next, another bear makes its way into view of a Ring camera by chowing down on the pumpkins outside of a home. Is this how bears get in the holiday spirit?
Open wells have been a problem in places like India because wild animals can get trapped in them. That's exactly what happened to one poor leopard, who had no way of escaping from a 35-foot well. So, Wildlife SOS and the Maharashtra Forest Department came to the rescue and lowered a trap cage. The leopard didn't hesitate to jump into the cage. Once the animal was checked over, it was released back into the wild. View Now
We've seen plenty of videos of dogs crying when their human walks out the front door. This time around, Toby the cat gets sad when he sees his momma walk out the door. She wanted to see his reaction to her leaving, and after watching this, we're sure she might never leave him again.
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Yes, we know the saying "bull in a china shop." And no, you didn't read that title wrong! In Thailand, an escaped buffalo smashed through the windows of a phone shop and knocked down the employee. She was taken to the hospital for bruises and wounds and is recovering. The buffalo's owner has not come forward and officials believe that's because they don't want to pay for the damage the animal did. View Now
Hearing strange noises coming from your outdoor trash can is never a good sign. However, when Ashley went to see what was inside, she was greeted by four raccoons. It apparently happened a couple of times. Each time Ashley and her family carefully laid the trash cans down so the scared raccoons could be free once again. View Now
Imagine you've finally paid off your car, only for it to be totaled in an accident. That's what happened to Keity's little cousin, who is like a brother to her. That's why his family decided to surprise him at his birthday with his own car, completely repaired and running like it just came off the lot. Needless to say, this was the best birthday gift ever! View Now
What we love about our friends at Wildlife Aid is that they not only rescue animals in need, but they rehabilitate them, too. Simon Cowell and the rest of the team raised orphaned badgers to adulthood and now it's time to return them to the wild. After traveling to a secret location, the badgers were put into a soft release pen to get them acclimated to their new environment. View Now
Have you ever stopped to wonder how scientists learn about things like butterfly migration patterns? After all, it's not like they can just sit down and ask butterflies where they go. They tried; the butterflies refused to talk. That's where researchers like Rachel Comp come in. She works for the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Her job is to catch monarch butterflies and tag their wings. Once tagged, the researchers can track butterfly migration patterns to see how things like climate change affect those patterns. View Now
We've featured Dylan the snack bandit baby before, but you might be surprised to learn that her adorable crime wave continues. Dad always catches his baby girl Dylan sneaking around and swiping snacks in funny costumes. We think this will all lead to Dylan eventually breaking into a cookie factory and stealing snacks like she is in a "Mission: Impossible" movie. View Now
Oh, to be an elephant playing in a big mud puddle! A little fella was splashing around when the rest of its herd began to walk away. It couldn't decide if it should go with the others or just stay to enjoy the water! With a little boost from an adult elephant, the little one eventually hopped out to join the herd.
Meanwhile in Australia, Agnes Oh captured a momma wombat and her timid tike. While mom ate, the camera-shy baby hid under her belly. Why is it that the shyer a baby animal is, the more adorable it is?! View Now
This dog rescue involved not one, not two, but an entire family of dogs. Catching this abandoned family was no easy task. With plenty of hiding spots, these canines turned it into quite the game of hide and seek. Luckily, Hope For Paws worked together to rescue these dogs. After they were caught, they were taken to LA Animal Rescue where they were all cleaned up and de-ticked. Now, Cadet, Junior, Daisy and Brownie are all smiles and are waiting to be adopted into the pawfect family! View Now
Nine months is already a long period of time, but in dog time that's like five and a half years! Ajax the dog reunited with his human after he had been deployed for nine months. Ajax was so excited to see his human that he did adorable zoomies in his kennel! View Now
When a couple in South Dakota found a seemingly lifeless hummingbird beneath their bird feeder, they decided to take it inside for a little TLC. After warming the little fella up in the palms of their hands and drying him off, it wasn't long until the adorable bird was as good as new! They say it's good luck to just hold a hummingbird, so this couple must have very good fortune coming their way after nursing one back to health.
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Marcelo Johan Ogata is a scuba diver and videographer who has set out on a mission to film some of the rarest wildlife you can find in the ocean deep. And we're not kidding, we've never seen fish or sea horses that look quite like the ones Ogata has captured on camera. It's enough to make us wish we traveled to Komodo Island, Indonesia and Vancouver with him. View Now
Trash causes more problems than you might think. Take plastic drink rings, for example, once those go in the garbage bin, we don't give them a second thought. But for one fox, getting those rings wrapped around its neck meant it was going to be in danger sooner or later. Wildlife Aid's Simon Cowell came to the rescue, though. He was able to safely cut away the plastic and set the fox cub free again. View Now