Funny & Cute Animals

Hilarious orangutan sticks bubble gum up his nose1m02s

Hilarious orangutan sticks bubble gum up his nose

Benji, the large Borneo Orangutan male from the Dudley zoo in the West Midlands, England enjoys to chew, but what can you do if you haven’t got any real gum? Not a problem for this clever Orangutan. He just rips off some cardboard from the box and uses that as chewing gum substitute. The handsome fellow is enjoying it that much; you can hear the noise he is making and see his huge teeth. His mother obviously never told him to close his mouth while chewing. In between chewing, he has a look by having the piece on the end of his lip and glancing down towards the piece of paper. He keeps chewing when he lies down, but what he does next is not for the faint-hearted. He sticks his substitute gum into his nostril, pushes it in a little more has a good sniff and then he takes it back out again. Yes you’'ve seen it correctly he is putting it back into his mouth – eek and continues to chew with pleasure. Benji had his 40th birthday on the 6t November 2017. He was born in 1977 at Duisburg zoo, Germany. In 1978 he transferred to Wuppertal Zoo, Germany. In 1994 he moved to Dublin zoo, Ireland and in 1996 he moved to Dudley, UK. Dudley zoo has one other male called Jorong in a different enclosure from Benji. There is also the female orangutan Jazz with her 7-year-old daughter called Sprout. Sprout is very lovable and very clever. Watch her here on Rumble as a Baby orangutan jumps onto self-made crash mat! Dudley Zoological Gardens is a 40-acre zoo located within the grounds of Dudley Castle in the town of Dudley, in the Black Country region of the West Midlands, England. In the past couple of years more and more has been done to improve the zoo with some great new enclosures.

Hedgehog Thoroughly Enjoys Bubble Bath Time 14s

Hedgehog Thoroughly Enjoys Bubble Bath Time

We all remember the time when we were little and wanted to play with water all day long despite our parents’ warnings. The more we were talked out of it, the more we were inclined to do it. If the wash basin was out of our reach, we would take something to lift us up. Well, it seems that animals are just like children - irresistible, cute and funny. Take this hedgehog for instance - he can’t get enough of the relaxing bath while his dog friend is blinking humbly with his eyes, asking himself why on earth is the hedgehog taking a bath, but not me? Bubble time is the best time of the day for this hedgehog. Beyond his undeniable cuteness, there floats this animal that has totally given in to the soothing effects of the foamy bath. Look how he has surrendered with his legs in the air. He lies still in the water and the only movement we see is the movement of his nose while sniffing something in the air at the end of the video. While the hedgehog is thoroughly enjoying bath time, the poor doggy stands in front of him and with his long and inquisitive face one moment is looking at the hedgehog and the next straight in the camera subtly asking when he is going to take a nice long dive in a real tub. We can feel nothing but being enamoured with these two humorous animals. Judging by the soft, pinky and wrinkly skin on hedgehog’s tummy, we may seen that he has been enjoying his bath or quite some time now and he doesn’t have an intention of quitting soon. A hedgehog is fun to watch, quiet, not aggressive, and is fairly easy to care for. It is a clean animal and has very little smell. It can be a wonderful addition for someone who wants a unique and entertaining pet.

Parrot And Owner Share Incredibly Trusting Relationship1m12s

Parrot And Owner Share Incredibly Trusting Relationship

Einstein the talking parrot enjoys spending time with his owner. Perched on his shoulder while at the computer, Jeff gives Einstein head scratches and whispers to Einstein. They share cuddles and secrets as Jeff whispers sweet nothings to Einstein. Einstein loves this attention and reciprocates the affection by preening Jeff's eye lashes and nibbling his nose. Einstein delicately nibbles the fine hair, but sometimes his nibbles are too hard and Jeff has to tell Einstein to be gentle. The mutual trust between them is incredible. This level of trust does not just happen with parrots. People must learn how to earn a parrots trust. Parrots must be socialized properly and the care giver must be gentle and kind to the parrot. Sometimes it takes years to earn this level of trust with a parrot. Einstein will soon be 21 years old and has been raised without fear, force or aggression. Einstein although raised domestically is still a wild bird. Einstein could easily bite Jeff and cause a horrible wound. While Einstein nibbles, Jeff is constantly monitoring Einsteins body language, as parrots will display various signs of aggression before they bite. It is very obvious that Einstein is enjoying this so much that no harm will come to Jeff. 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 (www.einsteinparrot.com) 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!

 Heartwarming Wrestling Match Between Gorilla Youngster And Grandma1m35s

Heartwarming Wrestling Match Between Gorilla Youngster And Grandma

A hilarious footage has emerged of a young gorilla teasing an elderly member of his tribe, engaging in play mode at their enclosure at the zoo. Lope the gorilla youngster is full of energy, but he never really had a lot of contact with his grandma Bidi before. However, today was different because both were full of energy and in a mood for a wrestling match. What a priceless interaction they share! Meet Lope, the cheeky gorilla youngster from the Twycross Zoo in England who often displays his silly antics, much for onlookers’ amusement. Look at him having a go at his grandmother. Watch as the cheeky gorilla youngester teases with his elderly grandmother Bidi, trying to pick a fight while playing and messing around with her! What a little rascal! He's getting close to her, but at first it seems like she is not in the mood for games, and pushes Lope out of her way. However, Lope doesn't seem to be that bothered by her action and continues to give her smack attacks while running around their enclosure! Lope is becoming quite the lovable rogue with his human teenager like attitude. His favorite moves include strut like a human through his enclose, his little commando rolls, swinging his arms and jumping in the air. Check out this playful gorilla at the Twycross Zoo in England go full play mode on his grandmother. It almost looks as if these fun-loving apes are putting a show on for all the spectators at the zoo! Isn't this video just hilarious? Animals have many human-like characteristics about themselves which is highlighted in this video right here. Lope is a 4-year-old western lowland gorilla, a species that is labeled as critical on the IUCN list. He is the the second child of 22-year-old mother Ozala and 24-year-old dad Oumbi. The 4-year-old rascal can be seen running around their enclosure in Twycross, just like a human baby would, teasing his grandmother, engaging in play mode. It is an important aspect of a gorilla youngers’ behavior, but he needs to learn about the hierarchy in the troop. These rare primates are usually found in dense rainforests and swamps in Central Africa, but their populations in the wild have declined by more than 60% in the past two decades. Western lowland gorillas have been pushed to the brink of extinction by humans clearing their forests for timber, oil and gas, as well as poaching the animals for bushmeat and the illegal pet trade.

Blink. Blink. Do you ever struggle just to keep your eyes open?28s

Blink. Blink. Do you ever struggle just to keep your eyes open?

Blink. Blink. Do you ever struggle just to keep your eyes open? 😴 This Black Bear (Ursus americanus) knows how you feel! You might hit the snooze button for ten minutes but bears can take several weeks to fully emerge from hibernation! When temperatures warm up and food starts to become available, bears start to emerge from their dens. Male bears generally emerge first, usually from early to mid-March, followed by solitary females and females with yearlings or two-years olds in late March through mid-April. The last to emerge are females with newborn cubs, from mid April through early May. Males, subadults, solitary females, and females with yearlings or two-year-olds usually leave the vicinity of their den within a week of emergence while females with newborn cubs can remain in the general vicinity of the den for several more weeks. Full credit: Glacier National Park ( https://www.facebook.com/GlacierNPS/ )

Massive Tibetan Mastiff Humbled By Fearless Bunny24s

Massive Tibetan Mastiff Humbled By Fearless Bunny

We bet you've never seen such an adorable friendship in the making, as this here in this hilarious video! This playful pooch has found himself a new best friend, and believe it or not, it's a bunny! And it's a bun! So he starts chasing it all over the place, and looks like he's begging this little guy to play with him! Bun needs no persuasion at all, as he accepts the challenge and starts running around immediately! Isn't this just the cutest thing you have ever seen? Who knew that a big dog and such a little bunny could be such good play-mates together! It just goes to show you that unexpected friendships could come from anywhere! This is a precious video that should not be missed by anyone! Georgia Candice the Tibetan Mastiff adorably plays with Coco the rabbit in this heartwarming clip. What a fearless little bunny! These two look like they are having so much fun with one another. Maybe the dog will even share some of it's dog toys with the bunny to have even more fun! Please share this adorable video with your family and friends as they will surely not want to miss this! This video of this brave bunny is just too awesome! Take a look!

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Published: April 17, 20186,055 plays$12.24 earned
Bunny rabbit happily plays with large farm dog29s

Bunny rabbit happily plays with large farm dog

Friendships come in very unusual forms and sizes, most often from places we would never expect. This playful bunny has found himself a new best friend... a Caucasian Shepherd! Isn't this just the cutest thing you have ever seen? Who knew that such a huge dog and such a little bunny could be best friends?!

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Published: April 16, 2018957 plays$1.70 earned
Tiny Baby Rhino Enjoys Taking Mud Baths While Playing In The Dirt41s

Tiny Baby Rhino Enjoys Taking Mud Baths While Playing In The Dirt

This is the heartwarming clip of a baby rhino enjoying rolling around in the mud while mom watches on. How cute is that? Rhinos just love to take mud baths and play around in the dirt. It is also one of their favorite ways to cool down. Cuteness overload! This cheeky rhino calf likes to make use of the muddy waters, and engages in a long mud play as shown in this clip. Watch as this tiny rhino is having a blast, rolling around in muddy waters on a sunny day. Adorable! Reportedly, rhinos use mud to protect their skin from the sun, to cool off and to ward off parasites. Playing in the mud is hard work they say, but it is very healthy! Women cracked this technique and started using green clay to protect their skin and enjoy the numerous benefits from mud masks. Mud and clay come from mother nature, which means they are rich in minerals and have healing properties. Rhinoceros can weigh up to 3,100 lbs even though their diet mostly consists of leaves and twigs. Their thick skin protects them from thorns and their horns are made of hard, fibrous keratin which is the same protein that makes up hair and fingernails! Adorable footage shows a playful rhino calf laying in the hot sun, taking a mud bath. Although it takes a lot of effort for this big guy to even get up from its lying position, he shows that it was worth it falling into a puddle of mud water. It is no secret that rhinos love taking mud baths, but this calf wanted to make sure he got both sides plenty dirty before storming off for the rest of the day.

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Published: April 17, 201812 views
Athletic Ape Shows Off Back-Flip Skills54s

Athletic Ape Shows Off Back-Flip Skills

The weather is finally getting better as it is warming up and the animals at the zoo are getting lively. Take a glimpse at this Bonobo ape for instance and how he is showing his cheerfulness by his acrobatics around the enclosure. First, he happily rolls around and stretches and scratches in the sun, taking short breaks before the real flip. When he gets a bit boring, he decides to roll up to a wooden pole in the ground. With four continuous back-flips, off he climbs on the wooden pole that has a tire around at the bottom. Having climbed on top of it, with one scratch on his back as a prelude to the upcoming unbelievable maneuver, he executes a perfect 360 back-flip. Apparently, the monkey is totally unaware of his breath-taking back-flip as he nonchalantly drops on the ground lying idly on the grass. Since his acrobatic movement leaves us awe-stricken, it is repeated in a slow motion manner in order for us to take another glimpse at the monkey’s amazing flip. As we can see, animals can do back-flips even better than us, humans. And wild animals like monkeys are not actually trained to do these back-flips. Bonobo doesn’t wait to catch his breath and he goes on doing a few more back-flips in the air, rolling in circles on the grass and getting all covered with it. This monkey is incredibly agile and the video is filled with his marvelous jumping actions. It is always fun to watch animal’s movements and their crazy acrobatic skills.

Generous cat fees popcorn to the dog34s

Generous cat fees popcorn to the dog

David made some popcorn and thought his one-year-old cat Monty would like it. He didn't. But he absolutely LOVES batting things on to the floor. Sipsi, a six-year-old yellow labrador, likes popcorn a lot. A match made in heaven!

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Published: April 16, 201824,823 plays$53.92 earned
Einstein the talking parrot destroys owner's slippers1m01s

Einstein the talking parrot destroys owner's slippers

The Master of Footware Ventilation! Or, should I say The Master Blaster of Footware Disaster? When it's Einstein v. shoes, the shoes are always gonna go down in "defeet"! Marcia’s bedroom slippers had just been wash and were set out to dry. Einstein found his way to the laundry room and flew on top of the dryer and decided they needed s good chew. Parrots are so mischievous! Anything laying around is fair game for their beak! 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 (www.einsteinparrot.com) 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!