Unreal Animals

Wild snapping turtle extremely curious of human1m16s

Wild snapping turtle extremely curious of human

There is a very remote lake near Parry Sound, Ontario where wild snapping turtles such as this one have rarely, if ever, interacted with humans. As a result, they have little or no fear. This playful young turtle excitedly swam out from under the family dock to greet Dave when he was swimming. The turtle was particularly interested in Dave's snorkel mask and he repeatedly positioned himself so he could look Dave directly in the eye. The turtle followed him around the dock for over an hour, swimming around in circles and even engaging in some physical contact with no sign of concern. Common snapping turtles can grow to twice this size, weighing up to 45 pounds. Although all wild animals should be treated with caution and respect, these turtles are not the aggressive and fearsome creatures that they are rumored to be. It is a complete myth that they can snap a broomstick in two. They lack the jaw strength and beak sharpness to do so, although they can deliver a painful bite and bruising if they are provoked, especially on land. Snapping turtles are essential to lakes and rivers for keeping them clean and free of rotting fish.

Published: July 7, 2017Updated: July 10, 20179,926 views
Smart emu comes to owner when called51s

Smart emu comes to owner when called

What an awesome friendship these two have formed. Most people would not expect an emu and a person to get along as well as it's shown in the video. Speedy isn't just an emu, he is an emu that was raised by people! When his owner calls for Speedy, he knows what to do. He listens to his owner and starts running towards him! This emu has been trained very well. It is impressive to see he understands what his owner is saying. It's not everyday you see an emu listening to his owners orders. At first he seems reluctant to pass the fence to get to his owner, but as he continues to tell him to come, Speedy does just that. He gets a nice welcome from his owner once he is there and you can tell they have a very special bond. Speedy starts to cuddle with his owner and looks so relaxed and safe. It doesn't look like anything is going to scare him at this point in time. He is safe with his family. He really likes getting his back rubbed! When more time and effort is put into something, amazing things happen. In this case, the more time Speedy spends with his family, the stronger their bond gets! Speedy has so much trust for his owner. This is so cool to see! If you love wildife, check out a bunch of interesting nature books!

Published: July 6, 2017Updated: July 7, 201753,680 views
Emma the moose runs with rescuer through woods2m06s

Emma the moose runs with rescuer through woods

Emma, the young moose, looks so happy taking a stroll through the forest. She was rescued by a nearby farm and quickly becomes part of the family. She takes her stroll through the forest with her rescuer and seems to be enjoying every moment! The bond between Emma and her rescuer seems to be very special, they look like they have an incredible friendship! It is nice to see good deeds occur everyday, now that Emma has been rescued, she is safe and seems to be very healthy. She is able to get in her daily activity as she moves along throughout the forest. Moose don't move around in herds and are generally slow moving animals unless they are startled and something upsets them. Emma doesn't seem to be bothered by anything, she is running around and enjoying her day! If you are a fan of Emma and enjoy the outdoors and nature just as much as she does, take a look at some of these bestselling nature books.

Published: June 23, 201724,739 views
Cows listen to accordion music, absolutely love it! 2m34s

Cows listen to accordion music, absolutely love it!

A herd of cows rush over to hear accordion music played by Don Bitterlich in Garmisch, Germany. You can clearly see how much they truly enjoy the music and they are not the only ones. Have you seen the clip where a jazz bands plays for another herd of bovines? How about the one where a farmer plays Lorde's “Royals” on his trombone? Those are just too surreal to pass on. So what is it that draws these cows to music? The answer to this question is actually pretty simple – music helps them relax, just like it would any other animal (yes, humans included). Today's dairy farms are noisy and busy places, what with all the clanking of cow bells and the swooshing sound of the automated milkers. All that racket can stress a cow out and a stressed cow is not a productive cow. Dairy farmers had to become the experts on how to comfort their cows, so they would do anything from air conditioning the barns, to making them as pleasant to live in for their milk producing bovines. And this is not even a new thing. Back in 2001, psychologists from the University of Leichester in England showed that cows liked slow music so much, that it increased the production of milk by 3%. So there you have it. If your cows are a little stingy on the milk, just play them something soothing. Like R.E.M. or Simon & Garfunkel.

Published: June 21, 2017Updated: June 22, 201725,052 views
Blue Jay's Oscar-worthy performance for playing dead6s

Blue Jay's Oscar-worthy performance for playing dead

This blue jay appears to be dead, as it lies motionless upside down. But after a gentle poke, he is awakened and flies away! This is not an uncommon behavior with birds. One bird watcher wrote in their blog that they watched a pair of blue jay birds that did the exact same thing on numerous occasions, especially the male. It mostly happens when the sun in high and shining warm on the ground, because that way they absorb the heat from the sun. Think of it as a sort of spa treatment for them. Blue Jays are being called bullies of smaller birds unfairly. Yes, they are loud, fast and don't think twice when they swoop down on the bird feeders and rarely stay still. They are hyperactive, which makes the smaller birds fly away and settle on the other feeders that are blue-jay-free. The bird watcher says that when a blue jay is the loudest, that probably means that danger is near, probably a hawk. Hawks are the greatest enemies of small birds and those who feed them in their own back yards. So basically, the blue jays aren't the bullies, but rather the saviors of the smaller birds, with their loud screeching.

Published: June 21, 2017Updated: June 22, 201712,389 views
Mother fox leads human to her kits2m48s

Mother fox leads human to her kits

A woman in Israel has known this curious vixen for a while. She is fairly friendly and will come close when she sees her. She's had a litter of 4 kits over the spring. Normally the father would help to take care of the little ones by hunting and bringing food to the mother, but there is no dad in sight. Therefore, this woman has become somewhat of a surrogate father to her babies, allowing the mother fox to take food from her hand and go straight to give it to the kits or to bury it, never eating it herself. Foxes are omnivores and usually eat insects, reptiles and birds, but they fancy a vegetarian meal every now and then, like eggs and plants. This here is a case of a very loving fox mom that decided to trust a human in order to keep her babies safe and sound and provide food for them. Such a selfless act for an animal, don't you think? Many foxes adapt well to human surroundings, and several species classified as "resident urban carnivores" for their ability to sustain populations entirely within urban boundaries.

Published: June 19, 2017Updated: June 20, 2017967,081 views
Raccoon helps owner remove rocks from her shoes53s

Raccoon helps owner remove rocks from her shoes

When you hear the word raccoon, chances are that your mind wanders to a place of wildness, disgusting, and probably somewhat fearful. We're taught that they're infested with rabies and dangerous to us, but did you know that you can in fact get them as pets one way or another? Well you can, and for some, they make for great pets! They can even help you with your little problems, just like this one that removes rocks from the bottom of her owner's shoes. How adorable! Would you ever consider getting a raccoon as a pet? They can be really cute! Check out https://rumble.com/ to get your daily dose of cute animals, as well as the newest trending videos on the web. Roper the raccoon helps out her owner by pulling out the rocks from the bottom of her shoes. What excellent teamwork!

Published: June 11, 2017Updated: June 12, 201745,546 views
Smart geese know how to cross the street1m41s

Smart geese know how to cross the street

Why did the flock of geese cross the street? So that they can be caught on video and become Internet sensation! These very clever geese wait for the traffic light to change before crossing the street in front of the Isabella Gardner Museum in Boston. Such model citizens! Soon enough, one by one they start crossing and the cars stop for these feathery pedestrians! They look like the Beatles on that cross walk, only without the flair pants. If you are wondering why they didn’t just fly across, here’s an idea. Walking uses far less energy than flying. Conserving energy for fleeing danger and long migrations helps them survive. Geese tend to walk to their feeding site from water. Since geese are grazing animals, they will do more walking than flying. Still, it is one amazing sight to behold!

Published: May 29, 2017Updated: June 2, 2017153,519 views
Sea Lions jump on back of boat for treat3m45s

Sea Lions jump on back of boat for treat

Isn't this one of the most insane things you've seen out on the water? These guys were returning from a day of fishing when two wild sea lions pop up on the rear deck of the boat and begin their practiced mooching for the remaining bait. They found it terribly funny and entertaining. What an awesome moment! When dealing with wildlife, it is extremely important that you take extra precaution. You never know what they can be capable until it is too late. It is best to avoid any possible danger that you might be in the presence of. Thankfully, these men seemed like avid fishermen. In the end, everyone had a good laugh and continued on with their day. What would have you done in this situation? This big fellas are huge and can be scary, but they also have some sort of adorableness to them. Let us know in the comments, and visit Rumble.com for similar videos! Check out this awesome moment out on the water.

Published: May 31, 2017Updated: June 1, 2017142,026 views
Bizarre color-changing fish looks for help from smaller reef fish42s

Bizarre color-changing fish looks for help from smaller reef fish

The scrawled file is a very unique fish that has the ability to change color for camouflage. It is also very toxic to predators due to its diet of specific corals and sponges that create a buildup of toxins in its flesh. But despite these amazing defenses, there is one thing that poses a threat to the scrawled file fish and that is the presence of burrowing parasites. In order to rid itself of the troublesome creatures, the filefish needs help from smaller, more agile fish, such as these brown chromis. In order to signal the cleaner fish that it is safe for them to approach, larger fish will suspend themselves vertically and the chromis dash in close for a free meal. The small parasites can burrow under scales and cause serious health risks to the filefish if they are allowed to linger on its skin. This is a good example of a symbiotic relationship on the reef. Both creatures benefit from a mutual understanding.

Published: May 29, 2017Updated: May 30, 20177,001 views
Does this cockatiel have paranormal powers?1m49s

Does this cockatiel have paranormal powers?

The following video is not fake. It's 100% real, raw and unfiltered. Harmony, a 6 month old grey and yellow cockatiel appears to have telekinetic powers to distort her owner's smart phone video on command! Watch in complete shock as Jordan Randomness asks her to distort the video feed not only once, but twice in secession until the smart phone's battery overloads and transmission is abruptly interrupted. Truly a scary unexplained event!

Angry mother goose chases woman, dog & cat indoors2m18s

Angry mother goose chases woman, dog & cat indoors

We bet you've never seen a situation as strange as this one in this short clip. Namely, this mommy goose seems a bit angry, and is determined not to let anyone near her! We suppose there are babies somewhere around, which perfectly explains the fact that this mommy is angry as hell! Nobody, not even this woman and her pets, can not step a foot inside! Talk about motherly instincts. This brave mommy doesn't hesitate to get into attack mode immediately! Way to go, mommy!

Published: May 8, 2017Updated: May 9, 201716,652 viewsVirality: 1%
White tiger gives caretaker hugs and kisses10s

White tiger gives caretaker hugs and kisses

When everyone hears the word "tiger" their mind instantly wanders towards the ferocious, dark, and brutish nature of the jungle. We picture them on the prowl, hunting for its prey, and when the time comes, it jumps at the poor victim and now the tiger has its lunch. But this video contradicts that typical behavior. Who knew that tigers were capable of giving such heartfelt hugs and kisses? One thing to make note of from this video is how tall tigers really are when they are standing on their hind legs. It's astounding that they can reach up to be over 3 meters in length. Now that is ridiculous. But how adorable is this beast of an animal though? Seeing this not so little kitty jump up for hugs and kisses just makes you want to cuddle with him. For the sake of your safety, please don't try to hug a wild tiger. This big guy seems to be domesticated somewhat and the man in this video is his caretaker. The man in this clip has cared for this beautiful white tiger since he was a tiny cub. Their bond is still strong as the tiger gives him some tender love and affection. Awesomely intense!

Published: May 4, 201756,859 views
Random cockatoo in California joins flock of crows1m54s

Random cockatoo in California joins flock of crows

One blustery day in Carlsbad, CA crows were storming the neighborhood, playing loudly up and down the streets. When this mother and son go to investigate they soon discover that they are hanging out with a cockatoo as if he was one of their own. Is this a wild cockatoo? Somebody's lost pet? Whatever the explanation, it appears he's found a new family!

Published: April 30, 2017Updated: May 3, 201741,550 views
Man fearlessly hand-feeds wild raccoon25s

Man fearlessly hand-feeds wild raccoon

This raccoon has been coming to a back deck in Southwick, MA now for about a month. It began by eating the birdseed, but now she gets a whole buffet of uneaten cat food, dog food, cheese and, of course, peanut butter. She usually eats right from this man's hand, but in this instance she just put his finger in her mouth and ate the peanut butter off before he could get it on the plate. She dances sometimes as well!

Published: April 29, 2017Updated: May 2, 20173,468 views
Massive wild turkey knocks on front door25s

Massive wild turkey knocks on front door

What would you do if your food comes knocking on your front door? Like literally, you hear a knock, go to the door and right there stands a very big bird, looking ever so eager to join you inside? This rather large wild turkey knocks at the front door of Strange Music Studios in Blue Springs, Missouri. The tom obviously wanted in, but that isn't going to happen anytime soon. Maybe they will invite him in on Thanksgiving? Just kidding! This beautiful bird has been coming around for years. The wild turkey can be found all over East- and Mid-North America. The bird is so densely populated, it has been estimated that over 7 million individuals are present on the continent. So next time you see a wild turkey knocking on your front door, just say “Hey, neighbor!”

Chimpanzee mother gives helping hand to baby44s

Chimpanzee mother gives helping hand to baby

A cute hungry baby pygmy chimpanzee (bonobo) from the Twycross Zoo in England desperately attempts to get up to the ledge where its mother is. When it doesn't manage to do it, mom is there to give a helping hand! She reaches out for the little one and pulls it up. What an incredible moment!

Published: April 20, 2017Updated: April 21, 201721,764 viewsVirality: 20%
Caring cat gives love to abandoned puppy1m04s

Caring cat gives love to abandoned puppy

Love Heals All Wounds Gertrude arrived at our clinic in Mexico in dire shape. She had been living on the street and was attacked by a pack of dogs. We were able to save her with surgery, however she was pregnant and the kittens did not survive. Clementine arrived to our clinic with two other puppies. All three were in poor shape. Sadly, the other two did survive. Our clinic manager noticed that Gertrude would meow and make chirping sounds whenever Clementine was in sight and show great interest in the small pup. So, she decided to let her say hello. Gertrude immediately began purring and grooming sweet Clementine. Within minutes Clementine was asleep on her back while Gerturde groomed away and snuggled close. So began the unlikely bond between the two. Each got stronger every day, by each other’s side. It is said that love heals all wounds and these two sweet souls, each lost and injured in their own way, are certainly proof positive that is true.

Published: April 13, 20174,205 views