Unreal Animals

Rescued baby crow returns to family one year later1m09s

Rescued baby crow returns to family one year later

A Millbrook family raised a nest of orphaned crows (The famous talking Freds), feeding and caring for them until they could fend for themselves. They became independent and joined a wild crow family and then migrated south for the winter. The following spring, one of them returned. The white band on the leg and the attempt to say "hello" (at 55s) left no doubt it was Baby Fred. Eventually, another one appeared. At least two have survived and still visit and speak. ('Rescued baby crows return each spring to say hello' is the full story on Rumble.com)

Curious Baby Seal Gets A Free Ride On Kayak1m41s

Curious Baby Seal Gets A Free Ride On Kayak

Fishermen have been known to overexaggerate their success stories, giving birth to a myriad of anecdotes through time. It is probably why, thanks to technology, they now have those handy little GoPro cameras that can survive great depths and insane falls, to capture the moment of truth. Good thing this guy had his camera with him, along with his arsenal of fishing rods, because no one would have believed him of this story! While kayak fishing at Cabrillo Beach, California, this fisherman had an incredible encounter. Although he had no luck with fishing he did end up making a new friend! A young seal decided he was in a terrible hurry and needed to catch a ride, fast! So when the fisherman arrived with his handy, dandy kayak, the pup didn’t think twice before jumping aboard. The look on the man’s face says everything - this is the luckiest day of his life! “I don’t know if that’s good luck or bad luck,” says the fisherman with a huge grin on his face, while the seal just sits there and looks at him, probably wondering when is he going to start paddling? In all honesty, this probably has nothing to do with getting somewhere faster, since they can reach speed of up to 18 miles per hour in the water, if they need to outswim a predator. But if there is nowhere to run, then they find somewhere to climb, a rock or a perch. Or in this case, someone’s kayak.

Published: March 2, 201766,429 views
Dog and crow play fetch together1m44s

Dog and crow play fetch together

Here we have such an unusual friendship of a dog and a crow. How awesome is that this dog accepts this crow into forming a friendship. After discovering an abandoned baby crow in the woods, this man brought it home to raise it. Quickly it grew fond of his pet German Shepherd and the two have bonded ever since. Watch them take turns playing fetch with a ping pong ball!

Published: February 21, 201714,165,570 views
Piano duet with Peter the Elephant in Thailand1m10s

Piano duet with Peter the Elephant in Thailand

Wow! Not only do we get to watch a piano performance, but we get to watch a piano duet with an elephant! In this video, Peter the elephant plays the piano only with his trunk, no one asked him to do it, he just wanted to! This is so amazing! Peter is the perfect match for this duet. He knows the exact times to play and went to join in with his buddy. You cant tell he enjoys the music so much, he continues to bob his head back and fourth enjoying the lovely music. Peter is so strong, every time he hits the keys, the whole piano shakes! It amazing that he is only using his trunk the whole time. Go Peter go! I would watch these two play at anytime. They're one of the coolest duets out there! It's not everyday you get to see an elephant play piano. Together they will be the next famous duet. Awesome! Check out some of these keyboards if you want to show off your musical skills as well! Have you seen any crazy animal talents before? Let us know in the comments below!

Enormous iguana rules resort like a boss55s

Enormous iguana rules resort like a boss

This iguana is impossibly large and he wanders around the resort on Little Cayman Island like he owns it, earning him the nickname "Iguana Don". At first glimpse he looks more like a small dinosaur than an iguana. These lizards can reach 5-6 feet in length. With their formidable size, large claws and razor sharp teeth, they have few predators when full grown. Like many other lizard species, they have a"third eye" on the top of their head for sensing brightness.

Grazing Cows Rush To Listen To Accordion Music3m06s

Grazing Cows Rush To Listen To Accordion Music

Most of us have heard of the famous children's story about the Pied Piper. In this German folklore, there was a Pied Piper who helps lead the rats out of Hamlin, Germany with his magic flute. This story was thought to be only that, a story, but it seems that it may have some merit. Animals can be fond of many different sounds and noises, so much so that they could even get attracted to them. That is exactly the case in this video as a herd of cows come over to hear accordion music played by this man in Garmisch, Germany. It's so crazy how they truly enjoy the music! Who would have thought that something like this could actually happen! Looks like that old story about the Piper could have had some facts in it after all. This man is a modern day Pied Piper, albeit he is playing the accordion and is attracting cows, not rats. None the less, this makes for one entertaining and interesting video. Have you ever seen something like this? Do you know any animals that are attracted to music or a certain instrument? Let us know down in the comment section below! Please share this video with your family and friends as it is one that should not be missed!

Woman Finds Another Egg Inside A Giant Egg34s

Woman Finds Another Egg Inside A Giant Egg

A housewife got the shock of her life when she cracked open a huge egg to find a smaller egg inside - perfectly intact. Maria Glória de Souza, 64, collected the gigantic egg from the chicken coop in the backyard of her house in Catalao, central Brazil, after it was laid by one of her hens. The ginormous offering was triple the size of a normal egg, weighing in at 175grams (6.5ounces). Maria, who has been rearing chickens for over twenty years, said: "It was a super-size egg, really big. I had just taken it from underneath the chicken so it was still warm, when I realized I was holding something unusual." The phenomenon is called a counter-peristalsis contraction and occurs while the hen is in the process of forming an egg, where a second yolk is being released before the first egg forms completely. This counter-peristalsis contraction, resulting from the premature release of a second egg cell into the oviduct, causes the first egg in the eggshell gland to reverse its course and be pushed back up to the top of the oviduct and then added to the egg cell that was just released into the oviduct.  Sounds a little complicated, but still amazing, isn’t it? Please share this clip with your family and friends as it is one that no one should miss!

The  fascinating hairless chimpanzees59s

The fascinating hairless chimpanzees

Check out this footage of Mongo and Jambo, a father and son duo who suffer from alopecia, which is the general medical term for hair loss. Sadly Mongo passed away last year (2016) at age 22. He was undergoing a routine health check for his enlarged neck gland at the Twycross Zoo, but failed to come around from the anesthetic. Jambo is still very much the boss since he is the alpha male in the group of chimpanzees.

Cattle Birth Video13m51s

Cattle Birth Video

Cattle Birth Video-Thanks for watching and supporting our channel,wait to see more new videos every week on WOA Dog Loves Baby! Content description: Dog Protecting Baby Dog is not only a pet but also a good friend

Published: January 31, 20172,122 views
Man Captivates Horses With Native Flute4m51s

Man Captivates Horses With Native Flute

Most of us have heard of the old children's tale of the Pied Piper. The story talks about a piper that could attract animals with the sound of his magic flute. It seems that the story may have had some merit as something very similar happens in the video right here! At the Animu Luce horse farm in Belgium, Michael Telapary plays on a High Spirits Contra Bass Flute in F# for several horses. Their reaction? You gotta see it to believe it! The horses behave like putty in his hands. They immediately calm down and approach the flute, wanting to be near that magical sound. It truly is incredible! Maybe there was so truth in that old pied piper story because after all, the story and what is happening to these horses is very similar, minus the magic flute part. Who knows what is making these horses so attracted to this flute sound? What we do know is that this makes for one entertaining video! What did you think of this video? Have you ever seen something like this before? We would love to hear what you think so please do not hesitate to leave a comment down in the comments section! Please share this video with your family and friends as it will surely interest them just as much as it interested you! This is one awesome video that no one should ever miss out on!

Published: January 26, 2017603,679 views
Wild horse gallops alongside highway2m15s

Wild horse gallops alongside highway

Check out this amazing footage from UpCycle.Club.Argentina. Adriana Gutierrez comes across a wild horse galloping near the road in the San Juan province. It's like a scene out of a movie!

Ground Crawls With Massive Baby Crab Migration1m03s

Ground Crawls With Massive Baby Crab Migration

Crabs are like the spiders of the ocean. They have multiple legs and often walk around like spiders do so it is no wonder they are so similar. There are many people the are scared of spiders so it would be no surprise if they were scared of crabs too. One crab can be pretty scary looking to look at up close, but what if there were hundreds of them swarming? Well that frightening scene is exactly what happened in this clip right here. This is the annual red crab migration in Christmas Island, where crabs migrate across the island to lay their eggs. Once they hatch, they make their way back to mainland. There is something freaky about watching these crabs but at the same time, it is incredible and very mesmerizing. What did you think of this clip? How would you react if you saw this? We would love to hear what you think so please do not hesitate to leave a comment down in the comments section! Please share this video with your family and friends as it will surely interest as much as it interested you! This is one video that no one should ever miss!

Published: December 30, 2016195,022 views
Adorable Lynx Absolutely Loves Being Brushed2m57s

Adorable Lynx Absolutely Loves Being Brushed

Some animals hate being brushed, while others absolutely love it. The latter applies to Max the lynx. You will absolutely adore his cuteness and the way he is getting brushed by his keeper! This adorable video footage shows Max getting a morning brushing from his caretaker in Canada. As you can see from the handful of fur off to the side, he has been shedding his winter coat – a process that started in early March. He's really enjoying the brushing! Max, the animal ambassador gets a morning brushing. As you can see from the handful of fur off to the side, he has been shedding his winter coat. It started in early March. Please know that Max was born in captivity on May 4, 2011, at a zoo. He was acquired to be an educational program animal. Max has a health condition which requires enzymes in his meat daily to aid his pancreas to function properly. Because he was born in captivity, raised by humans and has a health issue, he can never be released into the wild. We have no clue what it resembles to deal with a wild feline, yet watching this lynx making the most of its morning brush influences it to resemble a truly cool gig. We share the clasp of a Canada Lynx named Maxwell accepting the VIP treatment from his guardian, and it's the cutest sight ever. In the video, clearly Maxwell has shed a ton of winter fur, and the way he responds to his brushing is unquestionably something that felines manage without acknowledging they're charming. While his overseer expels the abundance hide and converses with him to keep him quiet and still, he's super squirmy and ceaselessly slumps and gets at the brush with his enormous paws, yet he seems to love each moment of his spa day! While Maxwell simply doesn't appear to have the capacity to keep still, not in any case the enchantment of the belly rub took a shot at him), this back brushing method at long last draws out his inward zen and he begins to truly get into it. At last, we see him at his calmest after the post-brush shoulder and face massage when he shuts his eyes and briefly goes to feline paradise since it feels SOOO good! Who wouldn’t love a massage like this, right? Lynx has a short tail, characteristic tufts of black hair on the tips of their ears, large, padded paws for walking on snow and long whiskers on the face. Under their neck, they have a ruff which has black bars resembling a bow tie although this is often not visible. The lynx is a single feline. It chases around evening time and stealthily maintains a strategic distance from people, so is once in a while observed. It is the third biggest predator in Europe, after the darker bear and the wolf. Please don’t forget to share this amazing video with your friends and family so they can’t also see how adorable is this lynx!

Lion encounter a little too close for comfort17s

Lion encounter a little too close for comfort

While visiting a wildlife park in South Africa, this couple has a lion encounter that gives them quite the scare. Watch as a lioness decides to take a nibble of their side view mirror. Yikes!

Published: December 27, 201627,739 views
Pig Saved From Meat Industry Becomes An Artist55s

Pig Saved From Meat Industry Becomes An Artist

Everyone, meet Pigcasso. The adorable piggy was rescued from the meat industry and is now living the best bohemic life on Cape Coast - as an artist. According to her owner, Joanne Lefson, the 45-pound pig is rarely seen without a paintbrush in her snout and spends most of her time at her easel. “Pigs on today’s industrialised factory farms are kept in merciless conditions deliberately hidden from public view,” says Joanne. “If consumers could see inside, they would think twice about bringing home the bacon. Breeding sows are confined in narrow cages for life, while their offspring are raised for pork and kept in filthy, overcrowded conditions…with no straw, no access to the outdoors and no quality of life.” After Joanne rescued the sow, she tried to entertain her new pet with a variety of activities, before the pig showed an interest in painting. Armed with piggy treats and a technique called clicker training, Joanne taught her piglet how to paint. Now, Pigcasso can paint with long brush strokes, knows how to dip her brush in the paint and how to apply it to her canvas. She even signs her work, by dipping the tip of her snout in paint and printing it on the canvas. Her owner plans on selling Pigcasso’s artwork to raise money for her charity called Farm Sanctuary SA, which raises awareness of the plight of farm animals and hopes to advocate change and encourage better living conditions for them. She even plans to host an exhibition of Picasso’s work early in 2017. **Please contact video@catersnews.com to licence this content** Company Information: Caters Clips is owned and operated by Caters News Agency Ltd, an international multimedia content provider. We supply news, picture, video and feature stories to the world’s largest media publishers. All videos aired on this channel have been licensed from their rightful owners. For media / licensing / broadcast usages, please contact video(at)catersnews.com www.catersnews.com

Chimpanzee pops balloons in virtual reality31s

Chimpanzee pops balloons in virtual reality

This chimp has tried the VR equipment dozens of times in the relaxed environment of his home on a wonderful wildlife preserve in South Carolina. He can take it off and put it on anytime he wants. He is a very strong-willed chimp and will make up his own mind when he's done playing. He's acclimated as an animal ambassador who has meet thousands of people in his life at the preserve. He lives with many other apes including his brother. Credit to @docantle

Published: December 8, 201656,793 views