Funny & Cute Animals

 Parrot Sings A Beautiful Duet With Its Human 1m21s

Parrot Sings A Beautiful Duet With Its Human

If you are one of those who think you have a great and fun pet at home, possibly seeing this video you will feel a little jealousy and envy since not everyone is lucky enough to make a beautiful duet with their pet. This peculiar Lorito sings in unison with its owner and it delights us with its high-pitched soprano tones. This beautiful bird called Polly Rhythm lives up to its name because it has the rhythm in its veins and feathers. The truth is that this parrot is a fan of music and of course, most of all, it wants to sing a duet with Susan its owner, and both of them are lovers of classical music and opera, so their afternoons are filled with incredible and beautiful melodies. How great! But how is it that these birds manage to sing like a human? The answer is simple, it is a set of qualities that parrots have that make emulate sounds very similar to human language - firstly they have a membrane called siringe (which would be the larynx in the case of human anatomy) and this membrane allows the parrot to sing two sounds simultaneously. Although other birds also have this membrane, which differentiates the parrots from the rest and allows them to "speak", they also have a long tongue that makes it easy to reproduce sounds and voices that they listen to on a regular basis. So you could say that these incredible animals have the peculiarity of emitting sounds so similar to human language that we could swear they speak when in fact what they do is imitate and duplicate sounds that they hear frequently. That is why people who have these birds as pets feel so identical to humans and create a close bond with them, since they regularly say the names of the members of the family, the most frequent phrases used at home and even the favorite songs of their owners as in the case of Polly Rhythm. What is certain and undeniable is that Polly the parrot is very talented and not only for perfectly interpreting a song but also for maintaining a proper intonation, precise rhythm and definitely shines with the performance and does not steal the role of the soprano Susan Go Duo! We are sure that after seeing this clip you will want to immediately have a beautiful parrot as a pet and to be able to teach you great things like jokes or beautiful songs and thus be able to show off to your friends and family and boas how great, entertaining, fun and incredibly talented they can be. So if you were fascinated and you were conquered by the wonderful talent of Polly Rhythm do not hesitate to share this entertaining clip, so that our singing parrot is seen by more people and can enjoy this peculiar duet that we have no doubt will win many followers. Do not forget to leave us your comments and give thumbs up for Polly the parrot. In the same way, share with your friends, acquaintances and family so that just as you, they can enjoy this wonderful talented parrot, too.

Published: October 9, 201811,184 plays$8.90 earned
Rescue kitten loves to play tug-of-war with patient puppy's ears1m37s

Rescue kitten loves to play tug-of-war with patient puppy's ears

After being abandoned by his mother, Pancho the kitten was found alone and with his eyes closed. He was taken in by this caring family, who fed and nursed him to the healthy kitten he is today! While living in his new home, the fearless kitten became attached to Jinxy, an adorable Pomeranian dog. The pair couldn't be any cuter!

Talking parrot destroys artichoke foraging toy1m46s

Talking parrot destroys artichoke foraging toy

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! Who says you can't play with your food! Parrots can! They love to forage, chew and destroy things. Those things might as well be homemade food toys. Einstein's owner paid $2.95 for the choke along with a red, green, and yellow bell pepper to be used later for a stir-fry dinner. She had some celery and carrots in the refrigerator. The veggies were cut into strips and wash the artichoke well, stuff the artichoke with the veggies and hide pieces of almonds, walnuts, and pistachios in the leaves of the artichoke. The owner thought Einstein would be afraid of this ridiculous looking concoction, but he wasted no time tearing it to shreds! There is no way of knowing how much he actually consumed, but he had a great time with this healthy diy toy! If you enjoyed watching Einstein destroy this artichoke, watch what he does to this pumpkin! More videos of Einstein can be found by visiting his channel page here: 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!"

Kayaker waves at sea lion, sea lion waves back!1m23s

Kayaker waves at sea lion, sea lion waves back!

The Lower Mainland of British Columbia is a pretty amazing place. Vancouver is the main city in this area, but the area extends from the Canada U.S border to the South, to Whistler in the North. To the West is the Pacific Ocean being Burrard Inlet and to the East is the city of Hope and the Coast Mountain range. The Coast Range of mountains also offer up some great snow skiing, hiking, and snowboarding in the winter. During the summer and actually every season of the year they also offer up amazing hiking, biking, or just plain outdoor activities in general to the locals and visitors from all over the world. With many ocean harbors the area also offers up many locations for kayaking and boating of any kind. With logging also being one of the main natural resource industries in the Vancouver area this brings in the major topic in the video you are about to enjoy. Logging which of course includes cutting of trees. After being cut, the trees are hauled into the water to then be moved about by barge or dragged by tug boats. When the logs are gathered in a bunch, called a boom, they are tied with ropes and cables. Once gathered in booms these large gatherings of logs are anchored to pilings usually near the shore until scheduled to be moved to a saw mill in the area. Sometimes taking days or weeks to be relocated, the local wildlife can sometimes take up residence on these booms as they are a safe place for them out of the water. Seals and sea lions are in abundance in the waters around Vancouver as are killer whales. As you may know killer whales are a main predator of seals, so guess who you may just find perched upon one of these log booms? Seals also love to lounge in the sun, sucking in all the warmth they can on a nice Vancouver summer day. The wildlife knows as well as the residence of Vancouver, warm sunny days are not in abundance at times, so you need to enjoy them while you can. Also while enjoying this video you will see another gorgeous creature that loves this area. They are very majestic and amazing to watch. Keep an eye out to make sure you don't miss this beautiful bird. Squamish British Columbia which is only a short drive from Vancouver en-route to Whistler is another location that is famous for viewing the bald eagles. Whistler is just one more reason to visit this amazing part of the world. Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Come visit and see what it is all about.

Hedgehog Family Adorably Eats Meal Together14s

Hedgehog Family Adorably Eats Meal Together

Check out these five cute hedgehogs as they settle down for dinner. Cuteness overload! These tiny spiky creatures may be the cutest little things while they eat they food with perfect politeness! Watch as they munch away adorably! With five bowls of food set out for five tiny hedgehogs, four of them crowd around one bowl, sharing their meal. The one who is the tiniest of them all sits alone, enjoying his privacy as he eats. The bowls are all color coded per pet, but they prefer to stay by one another, eating in each others company. The hedgehog is a small and spiny mammal native to parts of Europe, Asia and Africa and New Zealand. There are seventeen different species of hedgehogs. Their ancestry goes far back, having been named the hedgehog around the year 1450, deriving from the look of hedgerows on their backs and the pig like snout, making them look like a hog. Like many of the ancient mammals, they have adapted to a nocturnal way of life, coming out mainly at night and sleeping throughout the day. Hedgehogs are recognized by their spiny bodies, made up of hairs that are made stiff with keratin. These spines are not poisonous or barbed like those of a porcupine, and they do not easily detach from the hedgehog’s body. However, like a baby that loses baby teeth, a young hedgehog’s spine will fall out to be replaced by an adult spine. When this happens, it is called “quilling”. This can also happen when the animal is under extreme stress. These small creatures all have the ability to roll up into a small, tight ball when threatened and as a defence, stick their spines straight outwards when balled, using two large muscles in their backs to control the direction of the spines. When rolled into a ball, this protects their tiny faces, feet and belly which are tucked away. Hedgehogs use this defence method against common predators like owls, ferrets, fox and wolves. Hedgehogs, being nocturnal, will spend most of their day sleeping under bushes, in long grass, under rocks and most commonly in dens that have been dug deep into the ground. All species of hedgehog have the ability to hibernate during winter months, although not all of them do. It all depends on the temperature, species and abundance of food source. The cute little animals are very vocal and communicate with each other through various types of grunts, snuffles and squeals. The sounds they make depend on the species of hedgehog and with different regions and types of mammal; the sounds they make will differ. Hedgehogs are omnivores and feed on small types of insects, snails, frogs, toads, snakes, bird eggs, mushrooms, grass roots, berries, melons and even love watermelon. This makes us wonder what these five little guys are enjoying in their bowls for dinner. Either way they are incredible cute to watch as they stick their heads in their bowls and gobble up whatever it is that they are eating. Have you ever seen a hedgehog eat dinner? Tell us about it in the comments!

Published: October 6, 201824,290 plays$21.67 earned
Deer Arrives At A Woman's Door To Be Fed1m19s

Deer Arrives At A Woman's Door To Be Fed

Definitely if you are a faithful lover of nature and wild animals this video will enchant you, as well as leaving you surprised with the intelligence of this deer who arrives at the door of the place where the woman lives. She has fed and cared for it since it was a fawn and tries to get his attention so that it gives him some food. This beautiful specimen of deer is named Zoey. Zoey was rescued from her natural habitat when she was just a little fawn after losing her mother and since then she was cared for and nurtured by the woman until she was old enough to fend for herself. These species, although they are wild animals, have been developing a great capacity for adaptation and have become common animals, so it is increasingly common to find deer as pets or simply those that are raised where they can enjoy a great deal of happiness. The deer have shown a great sharpness and intelligence, as is the case of Zoey who despite that since she became an adult, has been released to fend for herself to lead a life as similar as possible to be in freedom in their natural habitat; even so Zoey comes back from time to time in search of some food and a little socialization. It is evident that these animals in adulthood are very constant in their habits, that is why this beautiful deer was inhabited by the woman and to be fed by her since she was very small, that is why she always comes back and tries to get her attention to receive some sandwich. The most interesting thing is that now Zoey does not attend this door alone, since she now has her own young and the rest of her flock, all invited to visit the woman at times and hopefully receive some delicious food. So if you are one of those who enjoy and love these beautiful animals, do not hesitate to share and like this video.

Published: October 5, 20184,025 plays$8.52 earned
Cat Gets A Stern Look By A Dog Because It Is Playing With Its Toys16s

Cat Gets A Stern Look By A Dog Because It Is Playing With Its Toys

Koi the kitty is an opportunist that loves to steal his canine buddy's toys whenever he gets a chance. Watch the cat’s reaction as he realizes he has been caught! This video footage is priceless. Wait until you see the cat’s reaction to being caught red handed with the dog’s toy! When Koi the fluffy tabby kitty finds his puppy brother’s toy, he goes crazy with excitement, rolling around on the floor, chewing on the toy like a maniac. He would never be this rough with one of his own toys, and relishes in the fact that the dog will never know if he played with it! As he is excitedly rough housing with the stuffed animal, using his back paws to try and destroy it, we see the puppy come to the glass door behind the cat. Koi doesn’t even notice at first and keeps rolling around with the toy like no one is watching. The look on the dogs face is completely hilarious! You can tell how unimpressed he is and when he is allowed to come back inside, he is going to teach the cat a lesson for touching his things. The unaware cat just keeps on playing right in front of the dog without knowing it. He is busted before he even has a clue! Koi just keeps on playing and playing while being watched from afar. The dog is plotting from the backyard and once he gets let inside, it is on! You can almost see the thoughts going through the pup’s mind as he calmly stares at the cat through the window. “I will get you feline! Just wait until I get back inside!” The funniest part of the video is when Koi the cat finally realizes that he is being watched by the dog. His reaction is hilarious and he takes one glace through the glass sliding door and see the dog! Koi jumps high up in the air with all four paws off the ground and takes off like a rocket. He leaves the beloved stuffed animal behind and takes off as fast as he can before the pooch can get the better of him! After the cat cowardly runs away from the staring canine, the dog just stands there looking down at his toy as if to determine if there was any damage done or not. The cat beat the stuffed animal up pretty good and he needs to make sure that there are no holes or rips from the kitty’s sharp claws. Have you ever taken someone else’s things to use and hoped you didn’t get caught? We have all had moments like this guilty kitty where we got busted with something we shouldn’t have and try to hide from the confrontation! This cat was definitely trying to avoid the dog and was scared of what he would do to him if let in. He bolts before he finds about and our guess is that he quickly went to hide under a bed in fear.

Published: October 5, 201816,372 plays$18.65 earned
Baby elephants overjoyed to play in river1m17s

Baby elephants overjoyed to play in river

Baby elephants are simply adorable. They are clumsy and awkward, yet beautiful at the same time. These elephants and their mothers are crossing a river but they stop for some serious playtime as they do so. They are overjoyed to be bobbing and diving, completely submerging in the river. They bump and push each other playfully and they disappear under the surface, only to pop back up again. The elephants are able too keep their trunks above the surface like a snorkel, breathing comfortably as the rest of them is completely under water. They also disappear completely at times, including their trunks. It's very likely that the weightlessness created by the water gives them a feeling of freedom, allowing them to move easily and gracefully, despite their enormous size and weight. Elephants are very social creatures, living in herds that range in size from eight to one hundred, made up mainly of females and their young. Adult males become more solitary and will live on their own, or with a herd of females, but competition for breeding rights deters them from existing in close proximity with other adult males. These elephants are Asian Elephants, often referred to as Indian Elephants. Very different in temperament and behavior, they closely resemble African Elephants in appearance. The most obvious difference is that Asian Elephants have much smaller ears than African Elephants do. Elephants are commonly taken from the wild and raised in captivity due to their strength, making them ideal for physical labor, but such a practice is extremely inhumane and is being discouraged around the world. Similarly, using elephants for circus attractions or for riding on is also an extremely unethical practice. This subjects the animals to a very unnatural life, exposes them to potential abuse, and creates a complete lack of trust in human beings. With elephants being as intelligent as they are, and as social, keeping them in captivity for any reason other than conservation or rehabilitation is no longer acceptable. Poaching and habitat loss has created such a reduction in their populations that scientists and animal conservation facilities are working hard to restore elephant populations and assist them in living a protected life as they deserve. Anyone wishing to see elephants close up can support sanctuaries and conservation centers, such as wilderness safaris, where elephants can exist naturally and without the confinement of zoos. To see these beautiful and majestic creatures playing with each other and showing complete joy like this is heart warming. This is how wild animals should be!

Horse Practices New Tricks He Has Learned57s

Horse Practices New Tricks He Has Learned

This horse is hysterical! As the owner Jessie attempts to train her horse’s new tricks, the gentle giant gets confused and finally rolls around on the hay-covered floor. Did you know that you could train horses tricks much like a dog? You train your canine companion to "sit.", "stay." With horses, you may command them to lift their feet, bow, lay or hug! This video is a comedic combination of all of the above! Horses may be compared to dogs or children. Their expressive personalities and behavioural characteristics let you know when they're happy and when they are angry or sad. Teaching tricks to your horse is a fun way to properly train them and help the animal maintain emotional control. Horses are known to be highly intelligent yet sometimes stubborn. If you do not share a close connection with the animal, they may not always respect your commands. Horses love to be around their human friends, but require some instruction as they desire to please your orders. They need gentle yet secure training that should start when they are young to ensure the best obedience results. They enjoy positive reinforcement and guidance. If you are able to teach your horse tricks then it is clear you have established a relationship of mutual respect. Humans that have chosen to indulge in the pastime of horse riding find great joy in the experience. Horses provide a gentle comfort with their calm demeanour yet giant size. Teaching your horse to hug is a wonderful experience. Horseback riding provides a one-of-a-kind experience of adventure and exercise, enhancing the human core-strength. Horseback riding may also improve human muscle tone, posture, endurance, balance and coordination. Most notably, horse-riders attribute the enjoyment of their experience to the mental escape being with such a beautiful animal provides. When you are in the company of such a large yet graceful being, you can't help but adopt their natural instinct of living in the moment and truly enjoying life. You can't help but laugh at the silly things they do and smile at their goofy big teeth and their grins. Have you ever fed a horse an apple? It's simply hilarious! It is a very special gift to share your life with an animal companion. Horse lovers and riders claim that one will never understand unless they share that same connection of teamwork riding such a large animal. The way you move together is outstanding. The way the horse responds to your commands. The way you trot through the woods or open fields, without direction or an end in sight. There is a reason horseback riding has withstood the test of time! Teaching your horse tricks is another added bonus to add to your relationship. At first, the training and tricks may seem too complicated. Eventually, the horse will start to understand your commands. Or even make up their own little routine like the horse in this video! Whatever the outcome, you are bound to be pleased! So satisfying!

Published: October 4, 2018423 plays$0.68 earned
Parrot Asks Google Home A Question And Gets A Clear Answer21s

Parrot Asks Google Home A Question And Gets A Clear Answer

This video portrays a beautiful African Gray Parrot, and an obviously very intelligent one in that it asks Google Home a question… but that’s not even the best part! The parrot actually gets an answer from the device! Google responds clearly and accurately answers the question. Why is this impressive? Well, when you watch the video, you’ll hear the bird ask the question, and it almost sounds as if a human is saying this in the background. However, of course it is not a human; it is the parrot . Many parrot species can talk, but often times the “words” still do not sound quite right. The bird is mimicking the sounds he or she has heard from their human or humans. Parrots do not always or necessarily understand the concept of “words,” but they are excellent and reproducing sounds they have heard. The parrot in this video, though, has a voice so clear that the Google device has absolutely no trouble at all hearing and understanding the bird’s voice well enough to give a full and accurate answer. This particular types of parrots are incredibly intelligent, and arguably possibly the most intelligent of all the parrot species. Some are known to have learned to reproduce up to 300 or more words. The birds can also be taught specific concepts and objects or actions that link to words, almost as if they understand the word in the same way that humans do, even though their understanding is actually much different. One particular member of this species was studied extensively and worked with and taught by psychologist Irene Pepperberg at several universities for a total of thirty marvelous years! This bird showed that the species is much more intelligent than science realized at the time, as the bird (named Alex) was able to learn colors, numbers, textures, and many other things. He learned to “count” to tell his handler how many items she was holding at a given time. He could also determine what “matter” an object was and answer on cue correctly. This study opened new doors to science in remarkable ways. The parrot in this video definitely shows the incredibly high intelligence this species of bird can have. This bird not only repeats a word or two on occasion; he or she says full sentences. He has learned somehow, most likely by observing his humans and their actions and responses, that this particular question of asking about the weather initiates a response from the Google device resulting in more sounds and talking . Humans have long been fascinated by the animal world, particularly all of the different parrot species since they learn to mimic our sounds so closely and precisely. If you have never had time to hang out with a parrot, you should definitely do so in the future. They are so much fun to observe and enjoy. They are fascinating creatures that are so adept at figuring out situations, consequences, reactions, etc. Besides all of that, they also have very unique and hilarious personalities.

Published: October 4, 201883 plays$0.12 earned
Dog, Cat And Goats Enjoy Taking A Walk Together1m46s

Dog, Cat And Goats Enjoy Taking A Walk Together

From lizards to mammals, from birds to amphibians, the animal kingdom is full of super cute creatures that are all around us and because we live in the rat race and in the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, we rarely stop to contemplate the beauty of nature. With the modern life of fancy mobile phones, tablets and laptops, the outside world has somehow become of second or no importance to us. Instead of going out in nature and turn on the button of inquisitiveness and curiosity, we spend our free time being couch potatoes in the confinements of our flats. So, it’s a great idea that all those digital devices that play a central role in our hectic lives and take one hundred percent of our time to be replaced with the wonders of animals that surround us. We can’t deny that we all have at least a park, a field, a hill or a mountain near the place we live and we can kill time by actually exploring all these places. Maybe the video you are going to see, will serve like a motive and a reminder to hang out more with animals in nature and the antics they can offer. It is not only beneficial for your health, but having an animal by your side will make the gloomiest day sunny and the hardships of life more bearable. When it comes to interspecies friendships , these animal gang is a real hit. Just look how peacefully they walk together. It seems like the goats have the most energy since they dash around, stopping here and there to graze that delicious grass and go on with the walk. Nobody is forcing anybody to do something they don’t like, these group knows how to enjoy the fruits of nature and appreciate life. The cat, as usual, is a lonely hunter, independent, shrewd and self-confident, just like all cats are. Most of the time, she doesn’t need a lot of company, but this time she loves this get-together thing and enjoys the real meaning of friendship! Wouldn’t you like to be with these animals ? To run freely with them and making the most of your free time? Only the dog is on a leash which is understandable because who would run after her if she gets the zoomies? The cat sometimes leads the way, sometimes legs behind, maybe she is looking for mice or other interesting creatures along the way with which she can toy round. One thing is for sure, they are all there for each other no matter what. Their silent walk is a rare sight and it makes us rewind the video one more time. We just love their unique way of hanging out together. Exquisite! 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!

Published: October 3, 201813,494 plays$7.43 earned
Mama deer brings her fawn for quick snack2m08s

Mama deer brings her fawn for quick snack

This woman cared for an abandoned fawn named Zoey for a short time before they took her to a rehab facility. When she was released back into the wild, she returned to her and visits her daily, bringing the rest of the herd with her. She recently gave birth, and today she introduced her to her new little one!

Published: October 3, 20182,999 plays$4.01 earned
Herd Of Cows Rush Over To Listen To Accordion Player3m06s

Herd Of Cows Rush Over To Listen To Accordion Player

Check out this incredible moment captured on a countryside yard in Garmisch, Germany. This video opens with stunning view of this beautiful countryside. This is truly a peaceful part of Germany with breathtaking views. The viewer sees lush green pastures where there are cows grazing lazily, enjoying this gentle breezy morning. The pasture is lined by a wooden fence, blending in to the tree lined street and warm sunshine coming through the tree branches, placing splotches of rays all around, with shaded areas in between. The camera pans to see the cows grazing on the grass, paying no attention to anything else going on around them. This is the cow’s routine, so they certainly are not expecting what is about to come next. The video then shows a man dressed in a maroon sweatshirt and white cap, holding an accordion. Accordions produce music that is transcending to people all over the world. This is a familiar sound to everyone, as we have all heard one of these at one point in our lives. A skilled accordion player can play music that can make anyone swoon and enjoy peaceful moments such as these. This man plays a beautiful melody as the cows slowly seem to become aware and alert to his presence. The person filming this video begins to laugh as the cows begin to move closer to where the man is standing as they try to figure out what he is doing. They hear the noise, and they determine where this odd noise is coming from. While humans may recognize these sounds immediately and automatically be able to identify their origin, a cow may not quite have this same capability, of course. The cows seem to all be wearing bells around their necks of some kind, as many dairy farmers will place around the necks of their livestock. The cows begin to move, slowly at first, but then they get faster as they locate where the man is standing. The man is quite intrigued to see what the cows do in response to this accordion’s song. At this point the cows are all in one group, walking together across the lush green field toward the man playing the instrument and the person behind the camera. The livestock approach their side of the fence, obviously very curious to what is going on near their home and grazing area. This must seem like a very unusual occurrence to the cows, as I doubt they have had many people randomly placing themselves outside of the fenced in field playing any kind of instrument, much less an accordion. Dare we say, the cows are enjoying this new addition to their day? It honestly seems like they might be! Watch as they bob their heads along with the music. Their energy seems to actually somewhat lift. Do cows have the ability to do this? Can they actually enjoy musical treats on occasion? This is a quite surprising scene, and it is one that definitely boggles the mind a bit. Watch the cows’ reactions and tell us what you think by commenting with your response to this very cute video.

Elephant Youngsters Present Sibling Rivalry Over A Toy1m40s

Elephant Youngsters Present Sibling Rivalry Over A Toy

The staff at the Chester Zoo mounted a log on a hinge in the elephant enclosure. It got taken over as a toy straight away by Aayu the older male calf of the herd and nobody else was allowed to play with it. He had fun wrapping his trunk around it and stepping on it. So when his big sister Indali came close to the log he was having none of it. He gave her a big shove. During the morning Indali tried a few times to have a play, but the watchful eyes of Aayu made this impossible. She wasn't even allowed to rub her bum on it when she had an itch. At one point he even grabs her tail! In an attempt to entertain the elephants at the Chester Zoo in Cheshire, England, the staff mounted a big, long log on a hinge in the elephant enclosure. It got taken over as a toy straight away by Aayu the older male calf of the herd and nobody else was allowed to play with it. He just loved watching it bounce up and down and had a blast moving it around with his little elephant trunk! This adorable little guy is having the time of his life playing with the log and even though the other elephants want to take a turn with the new toy, he has made it very clear that it is his and only his! Watch as Aayu has fun wrapping his trunk around it and stepping on it. He is having such a great time with the log that when his big sister Indali comes to close to the log, he charges at her with his head down in an attempt to protect his new toy from others. He gives his big sister a shove backwards away from the log as if to say “mine!” as a toddler would when their sister tried to take their favourite toy away. Even though she is bigger than him, Aayu still manages to push her several feet back away from the log. During the morning Indali tried a few more times to have a play with the new toy, but the watchful eyes of Aayu made this impossible. She wasn't even allowed to rub her bum on it when she had an itch. At one point he even grabs her tail to let her know that he wants her to leave at once. He is very protective over the new log in the enclosure and it is hilarious to watch him as her does everything he can to keep it all to himself! Aayu and Indali are the zoo’s newest and youngest elephants to join the family. Aayu was born in December 2016 and Indali was born at the zoo in January 2017. Despite their very large size, they are still babies as you can tell by their playful and entertaining personalities! Cheshire Zoo is a popular destination, visited by over 1.9 million people every year! They care about their animals, having 21,000 of them residing in the zoo are involved with many conservative projects in their area and abroad. The Cheshire Zoo also has 125 acres of award winning zoological gardens, making the Zoo a very poplar place with tourists. One of the zoos most popular exhibits is the Asian Elephants. These magnificent animals are showcased as the first exhibit when you visit the zoo due to their popularity and entertaining personalities. These elephants are very intelligent and sociable creatures that live together in family groups. These groups are typically led by the eldest female. The Asian elephants most distinctive features is their strong and powerful trunks which they use to forage for food, suck up water and of course, move toy logs around during play time!

Cat Slaps Dog's Face Like She’s Playing The Fruit Ninja Game8s

Cat Slaps Dog's Face Like She’s Playing The Fruit Ninja Game

Can a cat and dog coexist in one house? Sure. But, can you promise they won’t try to kill each other from time to time? Nope. Absolutely can’t promise that. This clip is a clear example of that theory. Hilarious footage shows the epic ten slap-combo this cat gave to the unsuspecting pup like she was playing the Fruit Ninja game. Hilarious! The video begins with a cat chilling on a beige color couch with its tail wagging cutely. A dog is sitting at the bottom of the same couch and he is borderline restless. So, he does, what is naturally expected of him. He starts playing with the cat’s furry tail. Now, one wouldn’t go too far with that, but our dog in this case is feeling super adventurous so he just decides to bite at the tail. HA! (Things are about to go downhill from here, doggie dearest!) The cat was just trying to have a peaceful time when the dog decided to irritate the life out of her. Yes, the cat gets irritated by the tail biting, but is kind of confused on who is doing it. Is it the person holding the camera? Is the kid in the background? Or it is someone else? It is pretty evident that the cat looks around trying to find the culprit. And guess what, our bold dog isn’t ashamed of his actions, he sits right at the same stop, look prouder than ever. With no hint of guilt. (In my opinion, he could have gone running for the hills, while the cat was looking around to find the offender, because what’s coming next is going to be really bad) The cat gives one look at the dog and knows for a fact who the criminal is. There is no going back for the dog, now. The cat goes one, two, three. Ten! Cat slaps are always hilarious, but a 10-slap combo is unusual, the cat must be annoyed beyond limit. The end of cat slaps doesn’t occur because the cat is done, but because the dog can’t take it anymore and is scared. (And now, he wants to go running for the hills, eh?) I think the dog’s learnt his lesson and will never try to annoy a peacefully resting cat. Or never annoy a cat, period. Can we take a moment to acknowledge the notorious kids in the background? Yes, the kids. They start with whispering in the background as the video begins, fully aware of the effect the tail biting is going to have. It is as if they were hoping for the inevitable to happen when the cat’s tail gets bitten . It’s so adorable, when the kids burst out laughing when the cat begins is raged slaps. But can we blame the kids for laughing their stomachs out? Well, every time I play this clip I go bonkers laughing just as hard myself. Did you laugh just as hard? I bet you did! Let us know what else did you think of this video by commenting below and stay tuned to watch more of such cat vs dog love-hate tales. Have you ever seen a cat play the Fruit Ninja on innocent dog’s face? There is first time for everything!

Published: October 2, 201851,139 plays$31.82 earned
Parrot Tells Owner It Will ‘Knock Her Out’12s

Parrot Tells Owner It Will ‘Knock Her Out’

Who says humans are the smartest creatures? Have you seen this parrot? In this video, you can clearly see the parrot threatens its owner by knocking her out. I guess the owner was being annoying like we all are at times. Only if the cats and dogs had speech abilities like parrots do, it would be perfect! Imagine the self-realization we would have had. Dogs are the sweetest animals no wonder. They love you more than you love yourself. They are the most loyal animals ever. They say they'll sacrifice themselves for their owner and the way we treat them sometimes isn't always the best. Imagine your pet dog coming up to you and confronting you about your behaviour. Lol. How uncomfortable would that be? Well now about cats - we think they don't really need speech to express their discomfort or irritability. They do that pretty well without speaking. Be it scratching something it shouldn't be scratching in the first place or by ruining our stuff. Again think if they had the ability to speak. We don't even want to go there. And here's this parrot, who can say “Shut up” along with “I’ll knock you out”. How amazing is that? But did you see the way the owner's partner laughed? Sometimes we wish to be like that parrot and say whatever comes to our minds without being afraid that somebody will get mad or offended, or without caring for others and see people just laugh it off without taking it seriously? How easy our life would be if people actually did that. All the mean things said by others were taken so easily by others and they would just laugh it off. Life would be so simpler. Now back to the parrot. The parrot learned what he learned with the help of its previous owners. We wonder how they taught it that either by a screaming “I’ll knock you off” at someone or at the poor parrot. Sad life. It is such a sassy parrot and we are pretty sure it likes being that way. Have you noticed its tone of speaking ? It behaves like a real boss! We wish we had a pet parrot like that who could speak and stuff. It could tell us when our hair looks really stupid and our outfit looks old-fashioned and not trendy at all. Someone who'll say “I’ll knock it off” if we are being a complete nuisance. Or say “Shut up” when we can't stop thinking about our sweethearts who we had met just two day ago. We hope over the time, this parrot will learn to speak more and more and eventually take up its owner's language so that all the language barriers among the parrot and its owners are stripped. But what's its original language anyway? Even though it has started speaking English, we wonder what was the language it used before? Any guesses? However, did you see all the colours over its body? Wonder what kind of a parrot it is. Have you seen a video like this before? Hope you have enjoyed this video and share it more if you want to say “I'll knock you out” to someone without actually saying it.

Baby monkeys use family van for hilarious antics1m18s

Baby monkeys use family van for hilarious antics

Baby baboons are among the cutest and funniest creatures on the planet. They are energetic and mischievous and always full of fun. They chase each other constantly and climb on everything available, including other baboons. These baboons live on a vast safari where they are protected from predators, poachers, and any other threats that baboons face. They have a huge tract of land to roam freely and their existence is as close to a natural habitat as possible. They have access to veterinary care, preventative medicine, food supplementation when needed, as well as the safety provided by the controlled access that the fences provide. This leads to longer and healthier lives. It also allows for scientists to study the animals and their behavior, allowing for better conservation efforts and success in rebuilding struggling wild populations. The funds collected from paying guests who come to see the animals close up in a natural habitat will also fund conservation efforts worldwide. These adorable babies are enjoying a day of playing and frolicking while the older baboons relax and graze. Some safari guests are getting an extremely close look as the animals climb on their van and get a close look at the people too. The baboons are curious and they are happy to sit on the side of the van and peer inside at humans, as if they were the ones on display. This actually provides us with a better look at truly natural behavior. The babies have learned that door handles make a good spot to swing and pull themselves up on. One of them tries to climb on his brother as he is trying to climb onto the van. They take turns leaping off the side mirror onto the ground, only to run back to the van and do it all again. This van is like a new toy in their environment and a new thing to explore. The people inside are an added bonus. Imagine having the chance to view these clowns of the animal world playing only a few feet away!

Laid back cat is amused by Great Dane puppy1m31s

Laid back cat is amused by Great Dane puppy

Jack the cat is amused by his new buddy Mikey the Great Dane, who is not so little anymore. Watch and laugh as Mikey debates whether or not to annoy Jack, but decides respecting the cat is the better option. Having reinforced that cat's rule, Jack has a nice stretch and strolls down the hallway!

Caretaker Discovers Taking A Selfie With A Lion Is Very Tricky15s

Caretaker Discovers Taking A Selfie With A Lion Is Very Tricky

Check out how loving this lion cub is at it hugs its caretaker. Taking a selfie with such a creature is no easy task! This video is absolutely shocking; you are guaranteed to be very surprised by this very unusual sight. First of all, it is not very often that people get to see a live, real lion in person. In addition to that, it is even more rare to find someone who actually owns a lion. Shall we keep going though? Oh yes, there is more. What could possibly be stranger than that? Try this on for size: 1. A real life lion 2. Owned by a regular guy just like any other domestic pet 3. The lion is so playful that he is literally hugging his owner. When you step back and mix all of that information together, it is quite a surprising little group of facts. The man who owns this lion is obviously trying to create a video or take a picture of himself with his pet lion . From his point of view, this situation would definitely be a wonderful “Kodak” moment, being that this is not a common sighting that people encounter all that often. If a person owns a lion, and they take a video of themselves being hugged by this said lion, they can pretty much guarantee it is going to be a successful video that is probably going to get many, many views. When this man’s lion pounces on him, just for a split second, viewers cannot help but take this situation in a completely different way. It looks like the lion is actually attacking him at first. It is a sight that makes people cringe and gasp, because of course no one goes through life wanting to be pounced on by a lion. The interesting part of this entire situation though, is the fact that the lion is actually not being malicious at all. This adolescent lion really is “hugging” its owner! Now that is truly not something many people have ever seen. Who knew that lions could be so playful? It really does just act like a big, domestic cat ! This beautiful creature seems to be very excited when he or she sees her owner, and the excitement and adrenaline kick in, resulting in a pounce and a big lion hug. This is a pretty sweet moment to watch. Most people are at least somewhat familiar with the stories that have been featured in national news about some very unfortunate incidents between an owner and their exotic pets. There are many people who have been either severely injured by their exotic pets; some have even been killed by these animals. This is a very scary situation for anyone to imagine themselves being in. Some critics say that there is no such thing as a 100 percent, perfectly safe exotic pet, and these critics also say that the risks of being attacked by these pets is so high that it is almost guaranteed to happen. However, this owner does not seem to worry about these potential risks too much. It seems like he has a very strong connection with this lion.

Published: October 2, 201885 views
Protective Fawn Chases Away Intruding Turkeys1m21s

Protective Fawn Chases Away Intruding Turkeys

We’ve all been there. You’re out on a picnic with mom and dad and your little brother or sister, and then some turkeys crash your party! You try to be polite and ignore the interlopers, but then they double dip the oats and, that’s it! You can’t pretend this is not happening any longer! “You, turkey, where are your manners? Who invited you, anyway?” The turkeys are only emboldened by your outrage, however, and when one lets you chase it out of range, another closes in to pick up the morsels the first one dropped. All things considered, it looks like these two vastly different kinds of animals get along pretty well in the same space. Turkeys are omnivorous, and will eat grains, fruits, and small insects, even lizards or amphibians, while deer are strictly ruminants. What’s a ruminant? Well, even though deer eat in grassy areas, they don’t eat the same things as, let’s say, cows. When you see them chewing close to the ground, they are really eating things like lichen and small leafy plants, but not grass. It doesn’t appear to be a problem here, but deer are also notorious for raiding gardens. They will eat the tops off of turnips and radishes, corn, and even dig for carrots. Gardeners find turkeys beneficial, because the flock of turkeys will move through a garden like an insect devouring machine. The human taking the video is congratulating the deer for chasing the turkey out of the yard. She’s taking sides, but we don’t know what she has against turkeys. Over the past four decades, turkey populations went from nearly extinct to burgeoning. They are now one of the most ubiquitous fauna of rural landscapes, not surprisingly equal to the herds of deer. Both have managed an impressive comeback, and both manage to coexist surprisingly well alongside human habitats. These two creatures, one a mammal and the other an avian, don’t seem to regard each other too suspiciously. We can imagine other pairings would be impossible, such as deer or turkey with coyotes, bobcats, wolves, foxes, or other predators. But there’s nothing especially predatorial about deer or turkeys, and the one isn’t really out to make a meal of the other, so the conflict doesn’t go beyond a short chase scene. If it is the fall season, both species are trying to fatten up before winter. Neither deer nor turkey hibernate or migrate. Both stand their ground in winter, and both have ways of negotiating the harsh snow and cold that ensues. Deer fur thickens, and they will dig deep under the snow for shrubs and berries, or eat tender new shoots and buds, especially late in winter. Turkeys can ruffle their large feathers and trap warmth close to their skin. Many farmers may not admit it, but large mounds of commercial bird feed mysteriously appear on driveways, where turkeys can be seen corralling around garages and front yards. They are just so darned interesting, who can resist helping them out from time to time?

Grumpy Silverback Gorilla deals with super annoying son2m16s

Grumpy Silverback Gorilla deals with super annoying son

Oumbi is having a rest - well he is trying to - under the pavilion and making himself comfortable while Lope is being silly on the other side of the wall. Strutting his stuff, his face covered in wood wool. He does a little twist and beats his chest and then he goes to work on being the most annoying son he can be. He looks around the corner and stares at dad who tries hard to ignore him. Lope beats his chest again and bangs on the wall where his dad is leaning against. The second time he does it, Oumbi hits back at the wall as to say keep it down boy. Lope doesn't give up easily, so he does it again and again. When Lope does his spins and it gone quite Oumbi hits the wall with his fist, like he almost missed Lopes annoying antics. Look at Lope after his spins, he's just resting his head casually on his head lying down. Looking in dads direction and off he goes again. Than he tries a different method coming running from the other site. Oumbi beats his chest. The second time Lope comes round the other site is just so funny, he just pokes his head around the wall slowly and then the rascal throws a stick at dad and beats his chest! We would just love to know what Oumbi is thinking. Looking at his face now, he's starting to get more annoyed and waiting for his sons next move!

Bird Eats From A Human Hand In A Slow Motion15s

Bird Eats From A Human Hand In A Slow Motion

Check out this cool slow motion footage of a bird eating right from this person's hand. Amazing! In this video footage you will see the incredible view of a sparrow eating a small piece of bread right out of a human hand. The bird seems to have no fear of the human and flies directly up to the hand to enjoy a nice meal . In this slow motion video, you can see the amazing way the bird hovers using its wings to stay in place in order to eat the bread. It seems to hesitate only for a second before coming in to feast. When the video slows down really slow, you will see the bird staring at the food, contemplating the danger. When it finally comes in for the bread, it opens its little beak wide and chomps down, pulling and trying to yank the bread out of the hand. As soon as the bread is pulled out of the fingers, the bird is on its way with a belly full of food! If this video was not slowed down so much, we would probably not even be able to see the fast moving bird that dove in for the bread. What makes this footage so awesome is the slow motion movement that gives us the opportunity to see a sparrow in action so close up. This particular bird that comes in for feed is a female common house sparrow. These birds can be found pretty much everywhere and inhabit cities in large numbers. They are amongst the most familiar and well known bird on the planet. They typically nest on buildings and in trees and can be found travelling together in large numbers. Sparrows are primarily seed eaters although they have been known to enjoy small insects. Some sparrows in larger cities are known to be scavengers like gulls and pigeons, going through trash cans and will happily eat anything that they can find. These adorable little birds are generally found in open habitats like grasslands, deserts and scrublands, but can be found almost everywhere else as well. In this video, we see the sparrow at a marina where a water source is abundant. They are very social birds and travel together in flocks, especially during non-breeding season. They flock together in places like bushes, trees and reed beds. Their flocks can be extremely large, sometimes amounting to over ten thousand house sparrows in one group. With the sparrow being one of the most familiar birds in the world, most people recognize them on sight. Many sparrow species live together with humans in suburb and agricultural areas and for many birds, human settlements are their primary habitat. This bird species can be extremely beneficial to humans as they tend to eat insect pests and help keep the bugs under control. Many humans however have made attempts to control the number of sparrows on their property, but all have failed to decrease the sparrow population. There are just too many of these birds, and since they help control pests, we should all just live in harmony!

Published: October 2, 2018434 views