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Dog Fart18s

Dog Fart

Occurred on June 4, 2017 / Hürth Info from Licensor: "Liah is a Rhodesian ridgeback and was lying on the couch sleeping and farting all at the same time. After a few, we thought we could massage a fart out. It definitely worked."

ViralHog
Published: June 20, 2017572 views
Black bear meanders home after tough day48s

Black bear meanders home after tough day

Cameraman Rodney lives outside the hustle and bustle of downtown Vancouver B.C. Off the highway he takes a short drive into the woods via a gravel road to his home and often sees a variety of wildlife. This day the prize was a beautiful black bear which are quite plentiful in this area and being summer is coming near, they are out searching for plenty of food. This guy wandered almost unaware he was making Rodney's day after a tiring work day!

How to Make Cold-Soothing Shower Bombs39s

How to Make Cold-Soothing Shower Bombs

Make your own cold-soothing shower bombs with only 5 ingredients. Next time you're under the weather, pop one into the shower -- as it melts, it fills your shower with soothing steam to help relieve congestion.

TipHero
Published: June 22, 2017Updated: June 24, 2017462 views
Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend1m55s

Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend

Watch three adorable and playful baby raccoons befriend a man on a fishing trip. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Three baby raccoons befriend a fisherman at a creek in Wooster, Ohio. The extremely playful critters crawled on top of the man and followed him around. Encounters between wild raccoons and humans are common throughout the United States, but what makes this scene heartbreaking is the possibility that baby raccoons are orphans. A second fisherman who came upon the scene not only fed the raccoons a dead fish, but built them a shelter near where they were found. Read "Why These Adorable Baby Raccoons 'Adopted' a Fisherman" http://news.nationalgeographic.com/20... Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend | National Geographic https://youtu.be/H2GBXlrLkC4 National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo

Le râteau de Mikasa...26s

Le râteau de Mikasa...

Dans le dernier épisode de Shingeki no Kyojin, alors que Mikasa et tous les fans s'attendaient à un baiser avec Eren, ce dernier en décide autrement...

Ex-millionaire turned real life Robinson Crusoe celebrates 20 years as desert Island castaway1m17s

Ex-millionaire turned real life Robinson Crusoe celebrates 20 years as desert Island castaway

By Tui Benjamin A former millionaire turned real life Robinson Crusoe has celebrated 20 years living as a desert island castaway with only a dog for company. David Glasheen, 73, abandoned civilisation and moved to the inhospitable Restoration Island, a tiny landmass off North East Australia’s most remote peninsula, in May 1997 after losing his […]

Caters_News
Published: June 20, 2017Updated: June 24, 2017337 views
Woman delivers walkthrough compilation of motherhood1m19s

Woman delivers walkthrough compilation of motherhood

All parents have been here at one point or another. A child's love for their parent and the reciprocating feeling is something that can go unmatched. There's just nothing like it. Here we have a little boy and his mother. Check out this lovely compilation of a mother and son spending the day together. Watch how many times the little boy calls out to his mom throughout the day. Too cute! Of all the time that you spend with your kid, you can bet that you'll get called by them almost a million times a day. For all you older mothers out there, isn't this just a trip down memory road? And for all you soon to be mothers, this is a quick little glimpse into what's to come. How adorable is this little boy? Have you ever seen anything like this before? Let us know in the comment section! Be sure to visit https://rumble.com/ for more adorable videos like this one, and feel free to upload any of your own videos as well. Check out this adorable compilation that describes motherhood in a nutshell.

my1michelle
Published: June 20, 2017Updated: June 21, 2017329 views
Thousands of red carp swim in line and form patterns in lake55s

Thousands of red carp swim in line and form patterns in lake

A cool video has emerged of thousands of red carp swimming in line and forming patterns in a lake in Longtan Park, China. The footage, filmed in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province on June 20, shows the school of fish forming a circle in the water. A witness said he had never seen such a phenomenon in ten years of going to this park. Carp are various species of oily freshwater fish from the family Cyprinidae, a very large group of fish native to Europe and Asia. Various species of carp have been domesticated and reared as food fish across Europe and Asia for thousands of years. These various species appear to have been domesticated independently, as the various domesticated carp species are native to different parts of Eurasia. Aquaculture has been pursued in China for at least 2,400 years. A tract by Fan Li in the fifth century BC details many of the ways carp were raised in ponds. The common carp, Cyprinus carpio, is originally from Central Europe. Several carp species (collectively known as Asian carp) were domesticated in East Asia. Carp that are originally from South Asia, for example catla (Gibelion catla), rohu (Labeo rohita) and mrigal (Cirrhinus cirrhosus), are known as Indian carp. Their hardiness and adaptability have allowed domesticated species to be propagated all around the world. Although the carp was an important aquatic food item, as more fish species have become readily available for the table, the importance of carp culture in Western Europe has become less important. In Asia, the farming of carp continues to surpass the total amount of farmed fish volume of intensively sea-farmed species, such as salmon and tuna.

Newsflare
Published: June 21, 2017Updated: June 24, 2017272 views