Funny & Cute Animals

Charming Sea Lion Tries To Steal Kisses From Partner1m20s

Charming Sea Lion Tries To Steal Kisses From Partner

When we talk about the intellectual capacities of real pinnipeds, then the first place, of course, is occupied by sea lions. They have an enviable memory, are able to understand human commands and are perfectly trained. This is the only kind of pinnipeds that successfully performs in the circus. Probably, many of you have seen how the sea lions briskly run up the stairs, take acrobatic poses, blow the trumpet and, of course, with amazing dexterity catch the tip of the nose thrown balls. True, keeping a sea lion in captivity is rather expensive - it requires 8 to 12 kg of fish every day, and certainly fresh. However, sea lions were trained not only for the entertainment of the most respected public. Even during the First World War, these talented pinnipeds tried to use for military purposes. With such a portfolio behind them, sea lions should not surprise or even amaze us with the stunts and the behavior they are capable to perform and show. And, despite all being said, they still do. Thousands of admirers gather at sea world facilities to admire and cheer these intelligent sea mammals. Here they can see sea lions performing a variety of tricks. Their level of intelligence makes sea lions easy to train and generally get along very well with humans that are working with them. The video at the top of the page shows a touching moment between two members of this species living and thriving in captivity. Watch. The now 17-year-old Patagonian sea lion male arrived from the French Riviera in April 2015 to live in the Dudley Zoo in the West Midlands, England. He seemed to have had a disagreement with his female partner because he was getting the cold shoulder all morning. However, with a little charm, he is able to win her over in this adorable clip. And mind you, this is not only made for the audience’s applause because sea lions are very particular animals if they do not want something, then in no way will they be forced to do it. This is a genuine sign of affection coming from the heart. Adorable! Adapted to life in water, Patagonian sea lions belong to a family of mammals that have mastered the ocean, without losing the ability to confidently move overland. They have a hydrodynamic body shape, limbs that have turned into fins, a thick layer of that fat helps them maintain their temperature, and an unrivaled sense of balance that allows them to perform miracles of juggling. This is a very sociable and not even the least shy animal. They can spend long periods of time in the sea, but in the mating season and the time of the birth of the pups, they return to the land. At this time they form large colonies, the males participate in battles for the territory, the winner of which receives under his protectorate all the females who are in the conquered area, whom he furiously protects. 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!

Ducks wait in line for fresh cut fries1m18s

Ducks wait in line for fresh cut fries

Two beautiful ducks venturing out for a night on the town in Peterborough, Ontario stopped for a bite to eat at a quaint little fast food spot. Looks like humans aren't the only ones who love french fries!

Published: June 30, 20186,594 plays$6.78 earned
Loud lip-smacking groundhog will capture your heart1m00s

Loud lip-smacking groundhog will capture your heart

Grover the groundhog has suffered a little setback. He had been living happily at a zoo in Peterborough, enjoying all the freedom of a wild animal but with the added benefit of an occasional treat from members of the public and even the staff. He has burrows inside the yak enclosure and a few outside and his tunnels allow him free passage as he pleases. Although he is comfortable with people at a distance, he is not tame. Grover's problem began however when he was accidentally stepped on by a large yak. These are enormous animals with big feet and very bulky bodies. Grover appeared to be seriously injured and zoo staff quickly figured out that he needed veterinary care. Grover found his way to a veterinarian in Peterborough who is known for her love of all creatures and her willingness to treat wild animals when possible. Grover was examined and found to have no serious injuries. Bruising seems to be the extent of it. His treatment and recovery will be very straightforward. He will spend a few weeks in a wildlife rehabilitation until they are sure that there will be no complications. Grover will enjoy a very easy life and a lot of nutritious food while he is there and will likely find that the experience is as close to life at the spa as a wild animal can experience. While awaiting transport to the rehabilitation centre, Grover spent a little while in a carrier box at the veterinary clinic. He was given an assortment of spinach, apples, and carrots. He seemed to enjoy them all equally, but whatt was surprisinngly adorable was the very loud lip-smacking noises that he made while he ate. He showed no signs of being afraid of the humans who were examining and feeding him, although he also didn't show signs of wanting interaction. This is likely from living at the zoo where people are a common and non-threatening sight for him. Grover captured the hearts of the staff at the clinic with his furry little face and poor table manners. Have a listen to his slurping and smacking and he will capture your heart as well.

Little Jumping Spider from the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest1m45s

Little Jumping Spider from the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest

This cute little Jumping spider in the family Salticidae was filmed in the Amazon rainforest of Ecuador. They do not build a web to trap insects, but jump on their prey and grab it with the jaws. They still produce silk for safety lines while jumping and also to build a tent as shelter from bad weather and to sleep at night. As most spiders they have four pairs of eyes, which give them a 360-degree view of the world. Their large frontal eyes are build like telescopes and provide them with very sharp vision. A mobile retina allows them to scan the object they are looking at.

Playful Orangutan Poses For The Cameras At A Rehabilitation Center 2m05s

Playful Orangutan Poses For The Cameras At A Rehabilitation Center

Orangutans, just like the chimpanzees, are considered to be the smartest animals on Earth after humans. They are endangered in the wild, mainly due to the continued destruction of their habitats. Check it out as this playful orangutan poses for the cameras at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in the Malaysian Sabah District of North Borneo. The center opened in 1964 as the first official orangutan rehabilitation project for rescued orphaned baby orangutans from logging sites, plantations, illegal hunting or kept as pets. The orphaned orangutans are trained to survive again in the wild and are released as soon as they are ready. Today around 60 to 80 orangutans are living free in the reserve. In the wild, orangutan youngsters remain with their mothers for up to six years, who teach their skills necessary for survival in the forest. The most important of which is climbing trees. In Sepilok, a training system is used to replace the teaching of the mother. The younger monkey will be paired with the older one, who will transfer the skills necessary for the forest life. Recently rehabilitated animals have their own diet - daily feeding with milk and bananas. Food is purposefully monotonous and boring to encourage monkeys to start feeding themselves. The center provides medical assistance for orphaned and confiscated orangutans, as well as for dozens of other animals such as bears, gibbons, rhinoceroses, accidentally wounded elephants, other types of monkeys, etc. The center provides an opportunity to see orangutans from a close distance, which is impossible in their natural habitat. The boardwalk leads visitors to the viewing gallery and feeding platform, on which rangers feed monkeys twice a day at 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. Feeding time also attracts long-tailed macaques that live in this area. Some orangutans have ceased to fear people and come close, but it is not recommended to touch them. While monkeys are naturally shy and tender, the more mischievous of them can try to take a hold of your cameras or hat. In this case, you should refer to the rangers, since trying to fight a 200-pound monkey cannot be a good idea. The monkey in the video on the top of the page captures the camera in a different way. In the video we see a young orangutan who is well adopted in his new natural environment. The is walking on the bridge made for the rehabilitation center visitors but, like monkeys would, instead of using the boards made for walking, he is doing his stride in the side fence. The people visiting the center give the orangutan enough space to avoid him feeling frightened, but it seems the hero of our video feels quite comfortable associating with the quests. He even gives them an extra show – a photo session of him sitting in different poses and climbing the trees around the bridge as if to show what stunts he has learned there. It’s always a good time for a bit of monkeying around, especially under the watchful eye of the rehabilitation center employees. 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!

Great Dane shows off her toy to cat buddy1m55s

Great Dane shows off her toy to cat buddy

Ellie the Great Dane loves her toys and her feline friend Jack. Watch and laugh as Jack politely sits on the piano bench and watches Ellie's performance with her stuffed animal, giving Ellie the occasional swat with his paw to show some interest in the game.

Parrot and owner share meal and special bond29s

Parrot and owner share meal and special bond

Einstein the Talking Texan Parrot and his owner share a special bond that many people experience with their pets. It is fitting that on a day like Father's Day, the two of them would share a special meal. We are, after all parents to the animal companions in our lives as they depend on us for food, shelter and love. Jeff sits down to a dinner of steak, farro, green beans and broccoli. All of these are favorite foods of Einstein and Jeff. Einstein immediately starts to eat the farro! Jeff jokingly says, "Hey! Don't eat my dinner!" The look on Einstein's face was one of uncertainty until Jeff gives Einstein reassurance that it was OK and offers some grain to Einstein. If you share your life with any animal you come to realize they do understand you. It might the tone in your voice or the body language you exhibit. The human animal bond goes much deeper that you might think. 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. 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!

Sneaky Crow Nips At Unsuspecting Dachshund’s Tail32s

Sneaky Crow Nips At Unsuspecting Dachshund’s Tail

A funny video has emerged of an angry bird going after a little pooch, trying to bite on its tail behind his back. It appears that this pup has wandered onto the wrong turf, because an upset crow repeatedly bites its tail! Crazy! Watch as an impatient crow starts to bite and yank the tail of a dog, much to owner’s amusement. It is hilarious how this sneaky crow hops behind pooch’s back, trying to bite on its tail. We cannot help but laugh at this unfortunate situation, but the entire setting is just hilarious! Crows can be such a nuisance sometimes. The come on our window, cawing loudly and incessantly, sometimes they knock on the glass and even steal things. It’s like they are taunting us! However, there are numerous reports from people who claim that they have been attacked by these angry birds, and this pooch can be the perfect witness for that! For whatever reason, this crow has a real problem with an unsuspecting dachshund pooch wandering around the woods. Watches as this mean black bird lands close to the pooch and then rushes to take a nip at its tail just to chase it away! This frustrated crow is captured on camera annoying a super friendly pooch from behind its back. Maybe the black bird was just looking for a new friend, but judging by the cry for help the pooch delivers at the end of the video, we cannot help but suspect that the crow had some ulterior motive! You won't believe how incredibly calm and friendly this owner is when the crow attacks their dog! They don’t try to chase the bird away, only giggle to the uncomfortable encounter! What would you have done if a crow was about to bite on your pet? Have you ever tried understanding birds? If you are novice you are sometimes quick to misjudge bird's behavior and wonder why you received a bite or why the bird fluttered off your hand, take a look at this video of a crow going full attack mode on one unsuspecting pooch, trying to bite on its tail, for no apparent reason whatsoever! Beware little buddy, the angry bird wants you. Reportedly, mature birds tend to become hormonal once a year in the spring, when the amount of natural light is longer than the amount of darkness. Young birds learn to recognize predators by observing the behavior of other birds. Many species of birds make loud, scolding calls when they discover predators such as owls, cats, or snakes. Birds also use display as a way of settling disputes over food or territory, and to maintain a dominance hierarchy. Aggression between species is common. For example, a blackcap will intimidate a greenfinch, but will itself be seen off by a larger bird such as a great spotted woodpecker. 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!

Published: June 18, 20188,436 plays$14.81 earned
Gopher eats apple in the most adorable way47s

Gopher eats apple in the most adorable way

Gophers are one of the largest rodents in North America. Part of the squirrel family, they are close cousins of the marmot and the groundhog. They are abundant and resilient, able to survive in almost any climate and terrain. They are also extremely cute when you get a close look. Normally shy and reclusive, they run for their burrows at the slightest sign of danger. Almost any movement will send them on a full trot in the direction of safety. The sight of a gopher at full speed is extremely comical due to their abundance of body fat which makes them jiggle like a bowl of jello. This isn't surprising, considering the fact that gophers spend the majority of their day eating and sleeping. They eat grass and plants of almost any kind, but they also adore fruits and vegetables. This large, female gopher has just given birth to several babies who are still nursing. They eat solid food too, but they are not yet weaned. Apple slices left beside her hole were irresistible for her and she grabbed hold of one and stood on her hind legs like a little person to gobble it up. This is a wild gopher, but it lives in a field beside an area with high pedestrian traffic. It was surprising how comfortable it was approaching the human who was offering a treat. But, as it turns out, somebody else has been feeding this gopher almost every day for two years. While the camera was recording, a young man walked by and dropped a piece of sandwich at the opening to her burrow. When asked if this was a normal occurrence, he explained that he always saves a piece of his lunch for the gopher and leaves it on his way by each afternoon. Sometimes she runs toward him eagerly as he gets close. He has found that she likes fruit, vegetables, bread, and even cookies.