Funny & Cute Animals

Bearded Dragon tries to wave to the camera47s

Bearded Dragon tries to wave to the camera

Joanna the bearded dragon tries his best to wave his arms, but struggles to exhibit the grace most dragons have when waving. Arm waving is a social behavior in bearded dragons that signifies submission. He's basically telling any other lizard that he comes in peace, and to not attack. Watch til the end to see his proud little smile!

Published: July 16, 2018287 plays$0.44 earned
Smart Parrot Keeps His Cool For What The Fluff' Challenge41s

Smart Parrot Keeps His Cool For What The Fluff' Challenge

From time to time there are various kinds of challenges that are becoming popular all over the world. Just remember the "ALS Ice Bucket Challenge" when people poured themselves with a bucket of ice water, or the "Mannequin Challenge", where a group of people needed to freeze in one position. Of course, all of these feats should be filmed and shared because they can definitely make your day! Typically, these appearing and disappearing trends do not carry any deeper meaning, but sometimes Internet users come up with something really sweet. And now there is a new challenge on the world wide web called "What The Fluff". Its essence is very simple: the owners of animals (mostly dogs) should cover themselves with a blanket, place their pet in front of them, and then throw the blanket high above their heads while managing to hide quickly around the corner of the room. The reaction of the pet is mostly puzzled about how their owner evaporated into thin air. The entire process and what transpires should be filmed and posted on the Internet. There is nothing quite like the look of astonishment and marvel that comes across your cat or dog's face when you manage to show them something new about the world. They gaze at you like you are the cleverest being on earth and they cannot wait for what comes afterward. And that is actually the identical expression they have when you play a trick on them. The “What The Fluff Challenge” became one of the main Internet phenomena of June, and is still gaining momentum on social media generally under the hashtag #WhatTheFluff. The video at the top of the page is one in the multitudes of videos you can search on the Internet that shows a disappearing magic trick played on a dog. Same but not the same: there is a little twist. Watch! Einstein was recently challenged by another YouTube channel to take part in the popular What The Fluff challenge. Einstein accepted the challenge. His owners perched him nearby and Jeff hid behind the sheet, dropped it and disappeared. Einstein was not impressed at all and was on to this trick. He knew his owner wouldn't and couldn't disappear into thin air! After the trick, Einstein looked at the camera as if to say, "Come on are you serious!?" Einstein is too smart for those shenanigans! While dogs and cats are running and searching for their vanishing owners, Einstein keeps his cool and won't be fooled. 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.

This miracle chimp youngster has survived against all odds!18s

This miracle chimp youngster has survived against all odds!

Limbani, which means “be strong” in Chewa, is a 2-year-old chimpanzee that was born on August 24th, 2016. He was a miracle baby being born to an older chimpanzee in captivity that broke three of her ribs while giving birth and did not produce milk to feed him. He was also born with pneumonia and needed medical attention, being treated with aerosol for the first four months of his life. He now resides at ZWF Miami where he happily lives!

Otter Begs For Fish Snack From Friendly Tourist21s

Otter Begs For Fish Snack From Friendly Tourist

Have you heard of an ancient Rumble proverb saying “give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach an otter to beg fish from tourists and you will get some pretty awesome viral videos”? Well, now you have, and the video at the top of the page is just amazing. Watch as the little cunning otter switches cuteness to the maximum and begs a tourist to feed it a tasty snack! A friendly otter at Fisherman's Wharf in downtown Victoria, BC had it easy today: instead of diving deep into the bay waters and hunting for itself it got its’ treat from a friendly tourist. The man wanted to feed and take a video of the little cunning otter and took a piece of fish to lore the critter out of the water. It did not take long for the otter to snatch the tasty treat from a man on the dock. Awesome! Otters are surprisingly cute and funny creatures, it is worth getting to know them better. They live in those ponds where there is a lot of fish - their main food. They are not much into wide rivers with a rapid current and stony bottoms. They also do not commit themselves to specific ponds for more than a reasonable amount of time: once they consume larger fish and only the small ones remain, they would go in search of a new home. Otters are wonderful swimmers and divers. They can remain underwater for about 4 minutes, and if they feel danger, they can stay longer. After such a long time in the water, the otter gets in its element: it emerges, replenishes air its reserves and plunges into the water again in search of food. They can move on land without problems: a little bit hunched perhaps, usually moving by short jumps but fast enough, wriggling like a snake. Otters have the reputation of cute frisky animals. The most favorite entertainment for otter pups is to roll down the slope into the water. In its natural habitat, otters get to live 3-5 years, if not caught by man (for their fur) or die from a disease, or if they live in captivity, for example, zoos or at home as pets they can even live for 8-15 years. Otters are very friendly and peaceful in nature, so they are often kept as pets. The tamed otter is very funny, affectionate and obedient little critter. It quickly gets used to their owner, enjoys playing with them, easily gives in to training and quickly becomes a universal favorite for every family member. What dо 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!

Clever pig quickly outsmarts his new toy42s

Clever pig quickly outsmarts his new toy

Finley the pig quickly learned to flip his new toy to get to those tasty treats. That's why he needs the heavy weight to keep the toy standing up - but he still finds a way to empty the goodies in a hurry!

Published: July 13, 2018436 plays$0.40 earned
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.

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.

Misbehaving Silverback Gorilla is in the doghouse39s

Misbehaving Silverback Gorilla is in the doghouse

Oumbi the Silverback Gorilla is obviously in the doghouse with his partner. Ozala, the female from the Twycross Zoo, seems to have a problem with Oumbi, the father of their kids. Both the adults are sitting outside, but finding it hard to look at each other... We can all relate to that!