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Bunny rabbit plays Jenga with little girl1m13s

Bunny rabbit plays Jenga with little girl

A little girl was playing the game Jenga when Tex the bunny rabbit decided to join in. He kept knocking it down and throwing the pieces around, so his owner set the GoPro up to catch him doing it. He even lets her build a tower over his head with the pieces of the game. Tex is a house rabbit and has always been very playful with the children's toys, he is very friendly and loves affection, he is a Rex breed of rabbit, his fur is like velvet to touch. He is also 10 years old which is incredible as the major drawback is that a Rex has a shorter lifespan than a lot of other breeds. Generally speaking, they are expected to live around 5-6 years if not neutered, a neutered rabbit can have its life extended to around 10 years. They got Tex of a family member 7 years ago now and he is not neutered, so its quite something that he is ten and still very playful. Rex rabbits have a relatively calm temperament and are generally very good-natured. They are intelligent and affectionate, very maternal (often mothering other rabbits), and enjoy company. They can be quite boisterous and playful, but are usually good with children and other pets. Special Requirements: Rex rabbits do not need grooming, if necessary they can be cleaned by wiping over with a damp cloth. Also, Rex rabbits are prone to sore hocks.

Incredible show of sportsmanship as youngster with cerebral palsy wins competitive wrestling match – forming lifelong friendship with opponent1m58s

Incredible show of sportsmanship as youngster with cerebral palsy wins competitive wrestling match – forming lifelong friendship with opponent

By Jack Williams  In an incredible show of sportsmanship,  a youngster with cerebral palsy won his first-ever competitive match – forming a lifelong friendship with his opponent. The crowd went wild as 13-year-old Lucas Lacina pinned his opponent, Dalton Miller, 12, in their middle school wrestling match, causing Lucas’ mother, Jill, to beam with pride. […]

Mom has comical reaction to riding in full speed Lamborghini1m09s

Mom has comical reaction to riding in full speed Lamborghini

At a recent charity event, exotic super car owners opened their car doors to the crowd, offering a full throttle thrill ride on a closed track for a donation to Cops for Cancer. This generous lady made a donation for both her and her son to experience the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, one of the fastest road legal automobiles in the world. A camera was installed in the car to record the enthusiasm and the reactions of the passengers. As we can see by the smile and the shock, this was more than she bargained for as she shouts with excitement and holds on for dear life. There were many beautiful machines available for this event, including Ferraris, Audis, Mercedes, Nissan GTRs, and a few Lamborghinis. This particular ride was provided by Ghostrider, an anonymous and mysterious figure who is a legend in the car scene. He's a known philanthropist and driving force behind many charity events, although very few people know his true identity. His car is a lime green Lamborghini with a V10 engine that boasts an incredible horsepower. It will accelerate from 0-60mph in a mere 2.9 seconds, which is less time than all but the most powerful street motorcycles.

Snow-loving dog repeatedly slides down slope24s

Snow-loving dog repeatedly slides down slope

1-year-old Kira the cocker spaniel can't get enough of playing in the snow in June. After a warm hike they found a little bit of snow on the top and she just loves sliding down it!

Published: December 12, 2018777 plays$1.41 earned
Tourists unexpectedly find massive lion in front of room31s

Tourists unexpectedly find massive lion in front of room

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a vibrant semi-arid wilderness area with a great variety of wildlife. One of the main attractions are the big cats such as lion and leopard. Finding leopard can be tough but lions are seen on a regular basis and the park hosts a strong and healthy population. Temperatures in the park can reach between forty three and forty seven degrees Celsius. Big cats such as lion do not move at all during these hot times of the day. They will spend majority of the day resting or sleeping under the shade of a tree. The only problem is that there are not always many big trees around in this semi desert wilderness. This means that the lions of the Kgalagadi have become very innovative over time in their ways of finding shade where no trees are nearby. We were out on safari one morning for over four hours when we decided to head back to our wilderness camp. The heat was becoming relentless and the temperature was already thirty eight degrees Celsius at ten o clock in the morning. The camp had beautifully constructed rustic chalets made out of wood. Each chalet could sleep two people and each one had a veranda with a great view and most importantly great shade. These type of wilderness camps are also un-fenced, so wildlife can come and go through these camps as they like. For this very reason you are always collected and dropped off by a safari vehicle as walking around is forbidden. We quickly realized first-hand the purpose of the no walking around policy. We drove into the wilderness camp ready to go and relax and cool down at our chalet. Upon our return, our guide said he heard that it won’t be possible for us to go back to our chalet just yet. I thought he was joking at first but then became confused by this rather disappointing news. We asked him why? and he said he would go and show us. As we came around the corner of our chalet we got a big surprise. There he was, a big male lion, lying in the shade in front of our chalet. My wife and I were totally stunned by this unexpected visitor lying in front of our accommodation and we couldn’t say a word. We realized that we had to go find ourselves some other shade for the time being and wait for the lion to move on. Luckily we could spend our time in the restaurant until we were eventually told after three hours that the lion moved on and we could go back. Not every day that a lion beats you to your own house in search of a shady resting spot.