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Battleaxe boomerang flies and return to owner1m58s

Battleaxe boomerang flies and return to owner

Many people think boomerangs are a myth or have only seen them return in movies and cartoons. Well Vic is here to crack the myth and show the world that boomerangs do in fact return. Not only do they return when made and thrown correctly, but there are also many different designs. They can have multiple wings, shapes and sizes. The limits seem to be endless and Vic has no plans to stop. The one used in this video is called the "warlock" and it perfectly returns every single time!

Courtship of rove beetles in Ecuador rainforest1m42s

Courtship of rove beetles in Ecuador rainforest

These predatory rove beetles (Leistotrophus versicolor, Staphylinidae) imitate dung or bird droppings to attract prey, namely flies. Moreover with glands in the tip of the abdomen they produce an odorous secretion that attracts flies. The species is called transvestite rove beetle because small males pretend to be females in order to fool the larger males and sneakily copulate with the females and eat flies. This footing from the tropical rainforest of Ecuador shows the courtship behavior with waving of the colored abdomen tip.

Nosy parrot eavesdrops on owner's phone call1m31s

Nosy parrot eavesdrops on owner's phone call

Jeff, Einstein's owner was in the other room talking on the phone and Einstein was listening intently. Einstein makes a couple of vocalizations as if imitating what he is hearing. He says, "Yeah!", then some gibberish which he often does because he can't imitate every word that is being said. Instead, he will imitate our speech patterns rather than our actual speech. He can imitate the sound of a telephone ringing, with perfect pitch and says "no" and "bye-bye" as if he was ending the conversation. Then after another telephone ring he says "hello" as if he is answering the phone. More "conversation" follows along with a request for lunch. Finally, he signs off with a finial bye-bye and a another electronic sound. Next time a telemarketer calls, Einstein should answer the phone! Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot is a silly, smart, and popular parrot who loves to talk and entertain! He likes to have conversations with his owners, talking and acting silly, and doing animal sound imitations. Watch him sing and dance in his video compilations! With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot's videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein parrot is also famous for some of his silly quotes and sayings. Online, Einstein the talking parrot is popular across many social media platforms. Einstein's favorite places to talk at home is perched on the shower wall, in the kitchen on his drawer, and on his screened in back porch. As stated on his website, Einstein's mission statement: "To entertain and bring joy, to foster the human-parrot bond, and to convey that parrots are deserving of immeasurable amounts of patience, nurturing, and companionship." Einstein's website ( is designed to inform you about the care of parrots and also entertain you. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. They require a lot of care, proper nutrition, training, time and patience. Parrots need a lot of attention and lots of toys and activities to keep from being bored. Parrots are also expensive. It is often said, Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!

Man films wife close to skunk 1m24s

Man films wife close to skunk "just in case" she gets sprayed

When Kristy and Dave discovered an adorable baby skunk out foraging for food one summer day, they were very concerned that he was an orphan and needing some help. They watched from a distance to see if there was a mother nearby, but it was obvious that there wasn't. Then they watched to see if it was able to look after itself. It could have been near a nest or burrow and able to return on its own. It's very complicated to imagine taking a skunk home in your car to look after it and raise it. They could see that the skunk was actually catching insects and finding its own food. After seeing that the little baby was managing fine and wasn't in need of help, Kristy decided that she wanted to get a few pictures. It was just too cute to resist and she began moving closer as time went on. The skunk became quite unconcerned with her after a while too and she got the opportunity to get very close. The skunk even became curious about her and her camera at times, making its way in her direction. Dave, being a good husband, video taped Kristy and the skunk from a safe distance, knowing that if the skunk sprayed her, she would definitely want the moment captured on video. Dave announces that he isn't really hoping she'll get sprayed, but Kristy flashes an amused grin that shows she doesn't find him completely convincing. The skunk doesn't make any attempt to spray and Dave never needed to stock up on tomato juice, but what they did get was some very close up video and pictures of one of the cutest creatures ever. One that few of us will ever see so close up. This little skunk's face is extremely angelic as it munches away on something under a pine tree, looking into the camera long enough to give us a good look. The skunk eventually wandered off, hopefully to be reunited with his family.

Baby ditches family to go camping2m08s

Baby ditches family to go camping

Lyla wants to take a break from her parents to go relax in the open outdoors. She sets up a tent, plays in the dirt, and even roasts a marshmallow! Life is good for this little 1 year old.

Published: March 19, 2018101 plays$0.18 earned
Massive dog scared of car ride, clings to little girl23s

Massive dog scared of car ride, clings to little girl

Samson the 2 year old Newfoundland has never been very comfortable in the car. He is getting better but becomes very apprehensive once he steps in (or is gently forced) into a car. This time he quickly spots his best friend Sierra, his tiny human sister, and literally jumps into her lap for protection. He then spots a crow outside the car which only causes him to become more nervous. While mom is concerned about Samson's 150 pounds hurting Sierra, the little girl is only concerned with comforting Samson and getting mom to drive so that he's no longer frightened by the crow. What a scene!

Tenacious baby elephant adamantly head-butts big brother46s

Tenacious baby elephant adamantly head-butts big brother

Dominance is largely a matter of seniority in the world of a male elephant. They learn their relative strength and status, within and between age classes, as they grow up, through frequent play fights. Dominance is usually determined and acknowledged the moment two bulls meet, simply on the basis of which stands taller. This video shows a feisty baby elephant who does not believe that size matters. The tough little guy takes on his bigger brother in a fearless manner during a play fight ritual. He shows real tenacity and determination, clearly not prepared to back off or surrender. He starts off with a courageous head-butt and confidently continues to wrestle his bigger brother. Young bulls spend time practicing head-butting to establish rank between themselves and to develop skills that they will use to win dominance later in life. The smaller baby elephant is ready for action and he does not look intimidated by his taller brother at all. He delivers the first head-butt with real confidence. He does not stop there and adamantly continues to charge his brother head first. He struggles to push his heavier brother backwards. The bigger male patiently stood there and entertained his baby brother's attempts. After every head-butt attempt he would just slightly push him back and allow him to try again. Suddenly the play fighting stops when mommy comes around and separates the two elephants. She slightly grabs the older one by his trunk and give him a little push so he can move away. While his bigger brother takes the brunt, the little male slowly moves on as if he had nothing to do with it. These encounters will continue throughout their lives until they are 40 years old. At this age males have established their individual ranks and there is no more need for fighting. This prevents older males risking injury or death.

Chihuahua puppy preciously befriends stuffed animal1m26s

Chihuahua puppy preciously befriends stuffed animal

This was Boomer's first night in his new home at six weeks old and here he can be seen making friends with a stuffed blue hippo. You can see the beginning of his personality with that little throw-back of his head. Now he does that times 100 when he's excited!

Published: March 20, 2018140 plays$0.30 earned
How to sell and make money on Instagram4m36s

How to sell and make money on Instagram

Some get-rich-quick scheme? Nope. Just one of the last organic options when it comes to traffic, and you've probably heard of it. It's called Instagram. Some say Instagram has a bad rap. Most think it is just for posting pictures of food, mermaid tails, and inspirational quotes. But that couldn't be further from the truth. Instagram has become a serious platform for driving leads and sales for business.

Border Collie cheers on dog show competition1m01s

Border Collie cheers on dog show competition

Every year Crufts - the world's largest dog show - highlights the fun, speed and excitement of a major flyball competition as sixteen teams strive to become Crufts Flyball champions in front of a massive, noisy and enthralled audience. Sukie the border collie bounces with excitement as she watches the teams competing on TV. Awesome!