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Boa Constrictor Snake Found In Bathroom 46s

Boa Constrictor Snake Found In Bathroom

What would you do if your found a 7ft long boa constrictor in your bathtub? Native to The tropical rainforest of Mexico and South America red tailed boa constrictors can reach a length of 10 to 11ft long and prey on rodents, pronates and birds.

Published: March 17, 2019
Tropical storms cause Hawaiian ocean to turn completely brown20s

Tropical storms cause Hawaiian ocean to turn completely brown

The recent tropical storms have caused Oahu’s North Shores waters to turn completely brown. Hawaii is known for its beautiful waters but the tropical storms have flooded the beaches and the entire ocean is brown as far as the eye can see.

Published: February 14, 20198 plays$13.87 earned
Baby kangaroo gets his bottle for breakfast35s

Baby kangaroo gets his bottle for breakfast

Hopper is a red kangaroo (the largest kangaroo species). At full adult size he will reach 6 ft tall and be 200 lbs. This large size doesn’t slow them down as they can reach speeds of up to 40 mph and jump 25 ft in length and 8ft high!

Published: December 20, 20185 plays$10.50 earned
Patagonian mara makes adorably cute noises during bath16s

Patagonian mara makes adorably cute noises during bath

The Patagonian mara is one of the largest rodents in the world (fourth to be exact). These cute little guys makes an even more adorable noise when they are happy. Don't let their cute looks fool you, they can run up to 40 mph and have a 6 foot vertical which they use to escape predators. Habitat destruction and invasive species are causing a decline in wild populations in their native areas. Which is unfortunate as approximately 30-40 other species rely on the tunnels they dig as a home.

Published: December 16, 201822 plays$1.23 earned
Monkey Jumps On Guy 3s

Monkey Jumps On Guy

A kinkajou (looks very similar to a monkey) jumps off a tree onto someone. These small mammals are native to South & Central America rainforest environments. There sharp claws allow them to cling onto trees and then leap across branches using their strong hind legs.

Published: November 18, 2018
Wolves Eating Deer Carcass 40s

Wolves Eating Deer Carcass

These two wolf hybrids enjoying a fresh deer carcass leftovers from a generous hunter. A wolf hybrid a cross between a wolf and domesticated dog.

Published: November 13, 2018
Tiny Baby Porcupine Adorably Drinks From A Bottle13s

Tiny Baby Porcupine Adorably Drinks From A Bottle

The rule that babies are cute and cuddly has just been broken. This baby porcupine is far from cute, and probably not cuddly. One false move and its handler is going to get a handle full of quills. It almost seems like our creator gave this poor creature its dangerous raiment as an afterthought. Like the scent of a skunk, the pointy quills of the porcupine are purely defensive. The porcupine cannot shoot its quills; its enemy has to go out of its way to poke its nose or paw into them. When that happens, the predator will run away yelping, howling, and crying in severe agony. If you have ever seen what such quills can do to an animal, like your pet dog, it’s not pretty. A mouth full of quills is very serious. The porcupine doesn’t have to be mean or threatening or angry. It doesn’t have to do anything but peaceably go about its business, which is usually eating, and for the lucky few that meet each other once a year, mating. This little guy is a proof that porcupines do, indeed, mate. Porcupines eat tree bark, and climb them, which is why they can be found in trees. In fact, you don’t necessarily have to look up to see if a porcupine is in a tree. You can tell if one is there now, or at least has been in one, because the base of the tree will be a piled up mound of porcupine poop and rotting detritus. Should you ever walk through a hardwood forest and come across a random mound of brown matter at the foot of a tree, look up. Crouching between its branches, you may see the porcupine looking down at you, or even porcupine . We also see them crossing roads sometimes. There was a time before the age of steel belted reinforced tires, when running over a porcupine with your car spelled instant flat tire. There is also a lesser known devilish side to the porcupine that very nearly cost this author his life: they will chew on the rubber brake lines that connect to your hydraulic brake cylinders underneath your car. Why would a porcupine chew on your brake lines? Because rubber, to the porcupine, is tasty. Rubber is an organic substance essentially made from the sap of a tree. It’s full of complex sugars. Sure, you wouldn’t want to eat rubber, but nobody ever told the porcupine that rubber brake lines are not for eating. Many a driver has coasted down a mountain highway, then hitting the brakes to avoid the road crew leaning on their shovels in the middle of the road, and find to his horror…nothing! No brake fluid, no brakes. After making it home alive and perplexed, your perplexed mechanic soon finds the problem, for the teeth marks in the rubber hose are as telling as the shark teeth marks in a surfboard. Look at this guy’s ears, aren’t they something? They even look human. Such a funny looking little fellow poses no threat to anyone at the moment. You might say he’s in good hands.

Published: October 25, 20189,325 plays$5.01 earned
Baby Fennec Fox Frantically Plays With A Cat Toy13s

Baby Fennec Fox Frantically Plays With A Cat Toy

The fennec is the world’s smallest fox, and fennec pups play with toys just like any normal dog puppy. It spins, bounces, and pounces. All skills it would use in the wild to secure wild, living food. Being omnivorous, the fennec is more of an opportunistic feeder, and will eat any small organic life that it can chew a piece of and digest. This might be small rodents, insects, perhaps reptiles, fruits, roots, and eggs. More interestingly, the fennec fox is the world’s smallest member of the dog family. This little guy isn’t just a ball of energy, he’s a firecracker. You would think that a furry mammal coming from the Sahara Desert would be a little more sluggish. In fact, the fennec is a nocturnal denizen of the desert, so it waits until the sun goes down to hunt. The fennec lives for the night, when the pounding sun drives much of the desert into holes and dens. Those huge ears function like the radiators in your car, dissipating heat back into the atmosphere, thus cooling its blood and internal temperature. That long tail is almost like a kangaroo’s tail, giving it counterbalance. For a guy who weighs less than a few pounds, he sure is fearless! As a popular exotic pet around the world, this pup has probably never encountered its natural prey, or experienced the life threatening fear of a natural predator. In its natural habitat the fennec does have to avoid a few predators. It is small enough for raptors to catch and eat (owls and eagles and the like), hyenas (remember, we’re talking about Africa), and even domesticated dogs. In its defense, the fennec is probably too small to resist large predators, but at least it can burrow into the desert sand to hide. This little guy on his blanket and chew toy may not have to worry about owls and hyenas, at least. Owners should keep an eye on the neighbors’ jealous pets! Intelligence? The fennec fox has brains aplenty, and it even shows in it vigorous play. You can see the smallest canine is still a contender in the arena of smarts and personality. It sacrifices nothing to be an adorable, loving family member, too. These qualities probably have something to do with it being a social animal in the wild, probably similar to other dogs. Unfortunately, we can’t really draw conclusions about fennec fox family life in the wild, because there isn’t a lot we know about it, yet. We know wolf packs are highly organized, but if the fennec is anything like European and North American fox species, well, foxes tend to not form packs, but live and hunt alone. Other fox species tend to be loners, except when mating and pupping. Indeed, male foxes tend to be something of wanderers, extending their territories on the prowl for other girl foxes. This little guy doesn’t have to worry about any of that. It only has to do one thing to make itself and everybody watching it happy, and that’s to play.

Published: October 25, 201839,073 plays$27.52 earned
Tortoise Makes Love To A Rock 16s

Tortoise Makes Love To A Rock

An African sulcata tortoise enjoys his summer days by making love to a rock. Sulcata tortoises are the 4th largest tortoise species in the world, reaching over 200lbs. These are commonly kept as pets but if people are misinformed of the needs of the animal many must rehomed. This tortoise was exceptionally cared for his family but he got to big for them to handle. He then came to a wildlife refuge as they have a large enclosure for him. There the tortoise found a large rock and decided to have some fun with it.

Published: September 29, 20184 views
Baby Hedgehogs Are Adorable Balls Of Cuteness35s

Baby Hedgehogs Are Adorable Balls Of Cuteness

These four baby hedgehogs get ready to unroll themselves in this adorable clip. Too cute! In this video we can see four little hedgehogs laying in the grass, three of them seem to be calm and may be asleep, but one of them is super active and he looks like he is waving at us, or it just me. The second hedgehog in the line(the one that waved at me) starts to unroll itself and he was probably going somewhere but the clips cuts before we get to see him walk, what a shame! When a hedgehog is a baby, it is called a hoglet. They are 17 species of hedgehogs around the world and they have an expectancy of life around 10 years. The hedgehog could be living in all type of climate, hot weather and cold weather(Although the ones that live in cold climates hibernate).They weight between 100 to 1500 grams.They are born by batches of 4 to 7 and the mom goes through only 35 days of pregnancy(lucky you!), so the little guy s that we can see in the video must be related, which makes it even cutter. Hedgehogs are also known to be able to dig. Hedgehogs have an average speed of 2 meters per second and can travel up to 3 kilometers per day. Fun facts about hedgehogs, they are good for your gardens because they eat the bugs. A hedgehog that is scared will curl up on itself as a defense mechanism so its spikes are out. An adult hedgehog as around 5000 spikes and they last around a year, but not all of them simultaneously obviously! Hedgehogs have a reputation of being shy which is why we don’t see many as pets. But before thinking about getting a hedgehog pet, make sure that they are legal in your state. The hedgehog has to come from a licensed breeder and it has to be healthy, like not carrying any disease. You have to make sure to bring it home appropriately. You have to play with him every day so he can get used to you, a piece of clothing that you haven’t watched could help, but again this is the basics. They also lick themselves more particularly their quills to put some sort of a coat made from their saliva on them that irritates predators. For this last reason, you might get irritated the first few times that you handle your hedgehog. The hedgehog needs a cage that has a good size to be able to play and walk around, be careful because it can climb and get out. That they survive at different temperatures, they live the best from 22 degrees Celcius to 26, lower temperatures would send them to hibernation and it could then lead to pneumonia. Another fact about the spikes is that they are made of the same material as our fingernails! They are more related to shrews than porcupines, this is a common misconception because of their quills. That being said, I cannot wait to see more videos about hedgehogs or other animals to review them.

Published: September 28, 201840,180 plays$28.39 earned