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Little girl reunites with huge puppy after summer vacation26s

Little girl reunites with huge puppy after summer vacation

After a long summer vacation away from her best friend, Sierra was reunited with her 160 pound Newfoundland dog Samson. You can tell they are both so happy to be together again and that they missed each other very much. Even though Samson is a gigantic dog, he is so gentle with Sierra, and she has no fear of him whatsoever. What a pair!

Published: August 8, 20181,257 plays$1.45 earned
Capuchin monkey helps do the dishes1m44s

Capuchin monkey helps do the dishes

Davie the Capuchin monkey has a real toy sink that even has running water. This little monkey has his very own set of toy dishes and a dish rack. Watch how he washes his dishes in his sink. He loves to keep his dishes clean and play in the cool running water of the sink!

Horrible distracted driver causes double rear-ender30s

Horrible distracted driver causes double rear-ender

A driver, who is totally distracted and not paying any attention at all to the road, rams into a Kia, who then hits the vehicle with the camera. Everyone was OK, with only slight injuries. Pay attention while driving!

Published: August 8, 2018777 views
Horse's Irregular Facial Expression Indicates Health Problems1m25s

Horse's Irregular Facial Expression Indicates Health Problems

We are sure you will agree that horses are one of the most majestic and beautiful animals on the planet. Despite the fact that they can easily crush us with their sized and immensely powerful hooves and therefore inspire fear, horses are very tender and beautiful creatures. And they show their tenderness in a wonderful way. Many people love their horses, take care of them and provide them with a natural life of the highest quality. But they cannot understand how horses communicate their gratitude, affection or even convey their reaction back to people who handle them. Just like a cat that folds on its lap, or a puppy that licks its nose, the horse has ways of saying that they love you. Horses are amazing animals and extremely perceptive to their surroundings. They are a prey animal whose evolution has helped them develop highly tuned senses that are able to pick up subtle communicators and body language to help them survive. When you stand among a herd of horses, you will see that they respond to every eye movement, ear flicker, or tail swipe of the other horses. And they read and respond to our non-verbal cues and body language too. They are so sensitive that even your breathing will give them clues about your mood and intentions. If we could be as perceptive as horses, we would no doubt process information in a way that would allow us far greater communication with each other. This horse is Prinz Harry, known as Harry, and he was a racehorse in his former life. He collapsed on the track several years ago due to cardiac arrhythmia and the diagnosis changed his life forever. He found his way to a very unique farm, The Mane Intent, near Peterborough, Ontario, where he lives with 9 other horses . Together, they work with people in a variety of situations to work miracles. They assist with leadership skills, experiential learning, and sometimes healing after traumatic or troubling events. Harry has definitely found his calling here. Harry is working with Dave, a police officer who found his way to the Mane Intent by coincidence. What is truly remarkable is that when they became paired up to work together, Dave was also struggling with cardiac arrhythmia, exactly as Harry had. Dave was facing his own challenges as a result and he was trying to come to terms with how the condition would affect his life. As they stood quietly in the ring, Harry made his way over to Dave and he began to show his teeth and tilt his head in what appears to be several exaggerated yawns. Anyone who understands horses can tell you that this is believed to be a purging of stress or tension. It may be a release of their own tension or the reaction to the tension that they sense from those around them. It's an unusual behavior which is meant to have great significance in an interaction such as this. Dave is a serious animal lover who came to The Mane Intent simply for the human/animal connection that the farm offers, but what he left with was a new outlook. After seeing that Harry had found a higher purpose and a beautiful life on this gorgeous farm, Dave realized that obstacles can sometimes be life's way of moving you in a better direction.

Majestic Sable Antelopes Gather Near Human1m02s

Majestic Sable Antelopes Gather Near Human

These beautiful Sable Antelopes live in a reserve where they can roam around freely all day and not worry about hunters. Even though they are always grazing and browsing, every once in a while they are given pellets, and being approached by such amazing animals is quite the experience! During the grazing, the group can spread out, but the animals try to stay within sight of each other. The maker of this video managed to record a rare sighting of Sable Antelopes almost interacting with a human in the wild. But, apart from having seen a specimen in the zoo what do we know about the most elegant antelope on the planet? The Sable Antelope, also known as African or Black Antelope (Hippotragus niger for scientists), is a beautiful and graceful animal with a number of distinctive features that are not characteristic of other species of antelope. Both males and females of the species have horns distinguished with a large number of rings and have a semicircular, curved back shape. Their horns can reach about 160 cm in length, and their ends are incredibly sharp. Crescent and powerful, they are so sharp that they are often compared to the famous Turkish sword. This beauty has its price: the horns are still considered one of the most valuable trophies that can be obtained which puts the fragile creature's existence in terrible peril: many hunters dream of this decoration for their hunting collections and collectors are happy to pay any price. This is the reason why in the early twentieth century, the number of black antelopes began to decline sharply. To save the species, the authorities restricted hunting for it - especially for foreign tourists to whom were mandated expensive licenses, which were not so easy to get. But local residents could bypass this ban. In addition, the demand for antelope horns has only increased. Therefore, immediately there appeared enterprising businessmen who organized the sale of valuable trophies. And as you could see in the video at the top of the page, antelopes, as most grazers are meek and inquisitive. They approached the filmer carefully and gradually and in the end, they exposed themselves in such a way that any person could take advantage of. The adult male black antelope weighs about 280 kg. Its height at the withers is 117-140 cm with a body length of 190-210 cm. The females are not much smaller and slimmer: they weigh 240 kg with a body length of 130-150 cm. On both sides of the neck, there is a hard black mane, from 10 to 12 cm. The tip of the tail is decorated with a tassel. The color of the black antelope's coat depends on sex and age. Young males and adult females are usually of a dark chestnut color, but older males have charcoal-black fur. Only their belly is completely white. In addition, both sexes have a light pattern on their muzzles whisch is, like our fingerprints, unique for each individual. Black antelopes live in large herds. If there are enough water and pastures, then adult females with cubs adhere to the territory of one male. Leaders mark the boundaries of their lands with piles of manure and regularly update them. In addition, they leave visual marks as well: they use their sharp horns and heavy hooves to break and trample on a border-marking bush. Alpha-males actively protect their harem from uninvited visitors. During the fight, they kneel like horses and menacingly direct their magnificent antlers toward the enemy. Between females, too, a certain hierarchy is established. They can even fight with each other to prove their right to a higher position. At the same time, they are standing shoulder to shoulder by other females should their young be in danger. Very often, female Sable Antelopes are known to drive off even lioness, and during such fights, it does not matter whose cub was in trouble.

Published: August 7, 2018317 plays$0.37 earned
Parrot interrupts cantaloupe carving to enjoy a treat1m05s

Parrot interrupts cantaloupe carving to enjoy a treat

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, doing animal sound imitations and acting silly. He also enjoys singing and dancing in some of his video compilations. With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot's videos will keep you entertained for hours! Einstein loves cantaloupe. In the summertime it is always in plentiful supply at the produce section of the market. Particularly the Tuscan variety, they are an exceptionally sweet melon with a rich, unctuous flavor. Marcia, his owner was busy preparing a cantaloupe when Einstein decided he wanted a snack. His owner put aside the task and let Einstein enjoy himself. Einstein was on a mission to obliterate the entire fruit! Marcia rescues the cantaloupe from demolition and moves it to a place where she can safely slice off piece for Einstein. Cantaloupe is not only tasty it is very nutritious too. Cantaloupe is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, and beta-carotene. It is also a good source of potassium and contains B vitamins. The vitamin A found in cantaloupe is important for eye health, making your eyesight stay sharp and healthy. Vitamin C aids in wound healing and helps the body make collagen, a protein essential to maintaining strong bones and skin. Cantaloupe is also rich in beta-carotene and rich in antioxidants. Einstein does enjoy helping in the kitchen, however, much care and attention is always in practiced when knives and heat are being used. Einstein's after is the number one priority. Would you like a parrot helping when preparing meals? In the video, "Chatty parrot like to help in the kitchen" ( ) Einstein helps to make a salad and carries on a conversation with his owner. 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. As previously mentioned, Einstein is popular on many social media sites such as YouTube @einsteinparrot, Instagram @einsteinparrot, Twitter @einsteinparrot, and Facebook @einsteintexanparrot. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. A parrot such as Einstein can live to be 50 or 60 years old. Many larger parrots like Macaws can live to be 100 years old. They all 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, a large cage is an investment and plenty of play perches to spend their out of cage time. Specialized veterinarian care is also required. Most of all they require your companionship and a forever home. Many people decide after the first few years of parrot ownership that the responsibility is too great and the parrots become neglected and sometimes abandoned. When that happens they are sent to parrot rescue facilities to be adopted by a new family or some spend their lives in sanctuaries. It is often said, "Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!" Music Credt: Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( ) Source: Artist:

Mathematical cat patiently calculates big time jump33s

Mathematical cat patiently calculates big time jump

Case really wants to jump on top of the armoire, but he's not quite sure he can make it. After studying all possibilities, he makes the dangerous leap. Will he make it? You'll just have to watch to find out!

Published: August 7, 20184,909 plays$6.00 earned
French Bulldog puppy's thrilling ride on robot vacuum26s

French Bulldog puppy's thrilling ride on robot vacuum

Thanks to this Roomba, Cajun never has to walk around the house again! This 12-week-old cutie lives on the east coast of Canada and loves to play with children and other dogs. He is a sable fawn french bulldog and this is his first ever encounter with a Roomba. As you can see, he loves every moment of it!

Published: August 7, 2018495 plays$0.86 earned
Parrot Has Full-On Conversation With Reflection In Mirror26s

Parrot Has Full-On Conversation With Reflection In Mirror

There are tons of videos with parrots imitating owners’ speech, parrots swearing, parrots singing, but this is one of the rarest videos with a parrot that has actually learned to recite a book. When we think of our pets, happy thoughts spring to our minds. They are fun to be around and looking after a pet enriches your life. It makes you more responsible and pets can grow you up just like little children do. We know that the positive energy of a pet can hardly be replaced with anything else. It is true that when we are feeling down in the dumps, our pet is the one that can brighten up our day. People keep all kinds of pets, from hamsters and skunks to lizards and parrots . Whatever the type of a pet, one thing is true - you will never feel alone again. Anyone who has ever shared their heart and home with a pet will readily tell you all about how much their animals are full of personality, life, and surprises. Each type of pet brings different qualities to the table and when it comes to birds they are oftentimes quirky to the extreme. This is especially true for parrots. These birds are super intelligent and capable of learning all sorts of neat tricks and words, some even hold conversations. They can be loud or quiet, boisterous or reserved, problem-solvers or laid-back. Sound contradictory? That’s because parrots are individuals with individual personalities. Some generalities among species are recognized, but keep in mind that any bird can be the exception to a generalization. The lady in this video is a happy owner of a Ringneck parrot named Marnie and he is inexplicably excited to see himself in the mirror. Listen along as has tons of things to say to himself! Once he sees himself in the mirror, he picks up a conversation with himself and it may be the squeakiest one you have heard in years. Who said that talking with yourself sounds crazy? Of course it isn’t. Sometimes we need expert advice!. Talking to his own reflection in the mirror is something that Marnie enjoys the most. He can’t have enough of his charming looks and he supplements it with his funny speech. After a while it becomes like a game for him which he is so deep into. He can go on talking and talking without a break and he is so happy and content with himself. Birds will be birds, with all of their quirks and caprices, and Ringneck parrots are no exception. Marnie is not one of those shy birds. On the contrary, he is bubbly and enthusiastic, constantly busy and lively, allowing little time for rest. We find his antics extremely entertaining. His voice is high-pitched, with a squeaky-squawky repetition. What a lovely parrot! What is he trying to say? Is it giggle, tickle or some other “oral scribble”? Who knows? Since he is so handsome, we are sure that he says “Give me a kiss” to himself repeating it a few times up until the very end of the video when he really kisses his reflection in the mirror. We can call it a day!