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Baby siblings struggle to grasp concept of sharing57s

Baby siblings struggle to grasp concept of sharing

Sharing can be a daunting task for babies who don't fully understand it. This big sister doesn't want to share her water with her crying baby brother, and that's when dad has to step in with the lesson of the day: Sharing is caring!

Playful wild dog puppy loves to chew his brother's ear37s

Playful wild dog puppy loves to chew his brother's ear

During a safari in the Kruger National Park, South Africa, these people came across a pack of African wild dogs resting in the early morning sun. These dog-like predators are one of Africa's most endangered carnivores, second only to the Ethiopian wolf. They are covered in blotches of yellow, black and white with each individual having its own unique pattern by which they are identified. To see wild dogs on a safari in Africa is a rare occasion and always a highlight on a safari should you be so lucky to see them. Finding them with a whole lot of puppies is just priceless and really special. Wild dog puppies are extremely playful and make for entertaining viewing. These puppies are the cutest little creatures, filled with energy and very playful. The video shows how these wild dog puppies particularly enjoy chewing absolutely everything they can find. While one of the young males chewed on a piece of bone, his younger brother suddenly climbed on top of him. The next thing the youngster starts chewing his brother’s ear like it is a piece of rubber and it looks painful. Amazingly the puppy at the bottom didn’t seem bothered or in pain and continued chewing his bone. This rarely seen behavior had everyone amazed. The playing around and chewing on everything helps them to develop their muscles as well as the lifestyle skills they will require as adults. They grow up in an extremely hostile environment, filled with danger and many challenges. The mortality rate of these wild dog puppies is incredibly high and life in the African bush is about the survival of the fittest. So while they are young, they must play and chew as much as they can, because they will definitely need those skills to stay alive as adults.

Adamant baby elephant insists sleepy brother wakes up32s

Adamant baby elephant insists sleepy brother wakes up

Watching a herd of elephants while on safari is mostly a memorable and very entertaining experience. In and among the herd there is always something happening, especially when it comes to the playful young elephants in such a herd. These breeding herds consists of mainly females and their offspring and all the related females will stay together for life. Young males eventually gets kicked out at around age thirteen. While those young males remain in the breeding herd, they are extremely playful and very entertaining to watch. This video was recorded in the Kruger National Park, South Africa and shows a male baby elephant very adamantly attempting to wake up his sleepy brother. To see elephants lie down flat on their sides is a rare sight and mostly it will be the youngsters that do enjoy a rest on their sides. Elephants do not have too much time to relax and sleep as they need to feed at least twenty out of twenty four hours of a day. The playful baby elephant was not going to let his bigger brother enjoy his morning nap in the sun. He wanted to play and he wanted his sleepy brother to get up. The little elephant proceeds to climb on top of his brother with his front legs. The sleepy brother still does not get up and looks a little annoyed with his younger brother bothering him. The little elephant then starts pushing and shoving his brother more impatiently hoping he will get up. Suddenly the sleepy brother decides that this is enough and quickly jumps up, looking all confused with the situation. The baby elephant then left his brother to go and annoy other members of the herd. This funny behavior had everyone in laughter and made for great entertainment on the safari.

Mysterious philanthropist leads supercar rally through radar speed trap1m25s

Mysterious philanthropist leads supercar rally through radar speed trap

Ghostrider is a mysterious philanthropist who keeps his identity a secret. He is one of the central figures in the North Face Rally, group of very big-hearted supercar owners. They have fun with their beautiful machines and get together for rallies and car shows. There is always a lot of excitement in the crowd when they roll in with their Lamborghinis, Ferraris, a Koenig and a Pagani, among others. But they are known as much for their generosity and their community spirit as they are for their gorgeous whips. They quietly use their cars and notoriety to do a lot of good for deserving people, making dreams come true and granting wishes for those who would not have an experience in cars like these otherwise. Here, we see the North Face Rally on a recent ride from Toronto to Montreal, part of a three day trip through Canada, Boston and Washington. News of their rides travel fast and of course, local law enforcement is likely to show up and ensure that safety is kept as a high priority. This officer with the Quebec Provincial Police is out working hard on a hot day to make sure traffic keeps running smoothly and safely. The club drives through at the speed limit without any incident and they none of them received any personal attention. The officer seems to be appreciative of the fine machines as she turns her head while they roll past. At Montreal, their first destination, the North Face Rally took in the night life and lit up the clubs with their machines and their exuberance. Excitement and adventure follows them everywhere. Ghostrider regularly posts his adventures and experiences on social media. You can follow him on Instagram (@ghostriderto), Rumble (Ghostriderto), YouTube (ghostriderto), and Twitter (#ghostriderto).

Adorable pooch recognises owners panic attack and comes to her aid 59s

Adorable pooch recognises owners panic attack and comes to her aid 

By Charlotte Regen  A dog has been trained by his owner to look out for her oncoming panic attacks by detecting changes in her behaviour.  Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Amber Oliver, from Massachusetts, taught her dog five-year-old, Oakley, to pick up on changes to her body temperature, breathing and heart rate and alert her that […]

Killer Whale Hits Stingray Hard With Its Tail23s

Killer Whale Hits Stingray Hard With Its Tail

There’s so little we know of our planet, and naturally it makes us curious as to what else is out there. This thirst for knowledge makes us push our boundaries and reach for the unknown. So far we’ve been able to see almost everything that’s above ground but there are many unimaginable things lurking in the water’s depths and the insides of our mysterious planet. We are reaching for the stars, but we know only a few percents of what the ocean waters hold. There have been many expeditions in the darkest parts of the sea, but we have yet to reach the bottom of the abyss. We have gone down to 35,858 feet below the sea’s surface, and if we ever want to go deeper and reach the ground, we would have to travel even further down inside the Mariana Trench under the Pacific Ocean, swimming down the Challenger Deep, the deepest section of the trench. The expeditions thus far have proven to be very fruitful, bringing knowledge of life in complete darkness in excruciating conditions. Just imagine what the waters hold even further down! We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again - the deep dark waters of the ocean are filled with wonders. We know so little of what is really hiding in its depths, it sometimes even scares us. What’s not to be afraid of, right? We see all sorts of movies about gargantuan sea creatures lurking in the black abyss, waiting for the right time to float up to the surface, we hear campfire stories of sailors lost at sea because of unknown forces. Even if we don’t believe in the supernatural, the fact is that the water hides some of the greatest predators that ever lived. From sharks the size of a five story building, to the tiniest poisonous jellyfish, it really takes courage to feel completely safe inside the water. We have yet to fully comprehend how life functions in the utter depths. We know that the lower you go the harsher the environment becomes and marine life must have developed coping mechanisms to survive the pressure, the lack of sunlight and the scarcity of food. It is not very often that we see deep sea life travel to the shallow waters. It’s most likely because of the size of these marine beasts but also because of the temperature difference. This makes the shallow parts of the oceans safer for us to swim in, even though this footage makes us question this conclusion completely. Killer whales are highly intelligent and very dangerous to anything that crosses their path. They are the world's largest predator and have been known to kill for the sport of it. They usually travel in numbers and hunt fish and bigger marine life. They are the ultimate hunter because they are always hunting but never hunted. Check out this tense footage of a transient orca completely stunning a pelagic stingray with a strong tail slap in the open waters of Baja. Nature can be brutal! What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

HAUSER
Published: July 12, 20188,461 plays$10.25 earned
Dog Tries To Bite Water 25s

Dog Tries To Bite Water

Wearing black in the summer is hard. Black soaks up so much heat, we humans know better and avoid it at all costs. But what if you can’t shed the black off your body? When it comes to cooling off in the scorching summer heat, man has plenty of choices: either blasting up the air conditioner, downing a cold brew or an ice cream, even just dunking into a pool can make a world of a difference. Our pets, on the other hand, don’t have so many choices. They can either hyperventilate to cool down or lie belly side on the cold floor. Unless we provide them with a way to reduce their body temperature, this is all they’ve got. That is why most dog owners who live in populated areas make sure their dogs have a way of cooling off properly. They either put up a vessel of some sort and fill it with cold water, or they turn on the hose and spray the dog with it. Summertime has never been more fun! While some dogs like to just chill out and let the water do its thing, others think it more fun to wrestle with the stream. This Pitbull, for example, likes to try and bite the pressurized spray of water from his owner’s hose. What a silly pup! The poor thing does not seem to get that this isn’t something you can bite off and chew. Still, the energetic pet has its mind set on grabbing that stream with his canines and...do something with it. Who knows what. It does look like a fun little summer activity. Maybe we should try it next time we feel too hot for comfort. Turn on the hose, let ‘er rip and try and bite down on the water. Cooling and refreshing. Another big black dog tried to cool off a bit in the backyard pool. The only difference here is Baxter found it much more pleasing to just sneak into it while his owner wasn’t looking. When he got caught, his reaction is comedy gold! The big pooch splashes around, having the time of his life, roaming around in the water. As he makes one lap around, he notices Jerry filming him, not knowing that he has kept a close eye on the pet this whole time. Like the drama queen that he apparently is, Baxter slowly wades to the edge of the pool and begins to get out of the water. He does not break eye contact once. Mind you, Jerry has not called for his dog, now did he utter a single word to him. In fact, Jerry has not even left the house; he is still inside, camera rolling and capture this priceless moment. Before Baxter exits the scene, he barks, as if to call out on his owner for voyeuring on his summertime fun. He starts with a whisper, like he is building up the tensions, then slowly starts getting louder and louder, hiding behind the corner of the house. Jerry does nothing, other than keep his camera still and giggle silently at his dog’s attempt to clear out the situation.

KRobinson
Published: July 12, 2018383 plays$0.42 earned
Wild Deer Casually Stroll Through Residential Neighborhood 1m01s

Wild Deer Casually Stroll Through Residential Neighborhood

Although we would like to believe so, there is no real boundary from where the wilderness ends and our concrete jungle begins. The ecosystems don’t work that way. The constant expansion of our ecosystem is barging in on the millions of other ecosystems governed by wild animals, and we are bound to cross paths one way or another. We, humans, often forget that we were once part of that wilderness. We roamed the Earth picking fruits and preyed on smaller animals in order to survive. We knew when to run and when to attack, when to wait and where to mark our territory. We knew that there was only one rule in the wilderness - prey, or be preyed upon. Things have changed a lot since then. We have established cities where we build housing out of artificial materials. We bend nature to make our civilizations work, we slash through it with asphalt, connecting our homes. We have upped the scale when it comes to production, creating more and more and even more until we don’t even know if it’s enough. We like things in positive numbers, never minding the surplus of food we gather that goes to waste or the surplus of animals we hunt and they eventually go extinct. We have become the ultimate consumer, consuming the homes and lives of the other organisms sharing this wonderful planet with us. One of the animals that defies our megalomaniacal tendencies is the deer. It seems that no matter how much we expand, it is always there to come knocking at our doors, reminding us that we’ve stepped the border and this is their land, not ours, that we need to take a step back because the wilderness is getting crowded. The roads that crisscross the nature in which deer live are a serious threat to their wellbeing, as well as the wellbeing of the drivers that may come into the deer’s path. Deer are known as being one of, if not the most timid creatures on the face of this planet. If you ever wanted to approach one in the wild, somewhere in a forest or on a plain, the animal would run off, never to be seen again. They trust practically no one, since they have so many predators out there. However, in recent years, there have been accounts where wild deer would actually approach a human and stay long enough for at least one photo, if not an entire video. We know of one instance when a wild deer actually befriended a deer hunter, no less! The video at the top of the page explores another situation when while driving up their street, the people that made the video managed to come across a large group of deer exploring the neighborhood. So cool! Watch! There is an entire hear of deer exploring the neighborhood. even a little one can be seen hopping along with mom checking out the grass growing on the well-trimmed lawns. They are not even a bit afraid of the passing car, on the contrary, one deer even nears it as if to check who is driving inside. The spectacle is so odd that at one point the lady shooting the video says: “Let’s get out of here. Wow!” They look like humans are encroaching their habitat and they have come to an official visit to announce this can be no longer tolerated. And you know what? They would be right. What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

LindyGee
Published: July 13, 20183,500 plays$4.20 earned