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Bearded Dragon tries to wave to the camera47s

Bearded Dragon tries to wave to the camera

Joanna the bearded dragon tries his best to wave his arms, but struggles to exhibit the grace most dragons have when waving. Arm waving is a social behavior in bearded dragons that signifies submission. He's basically telling any other lizard that he comes in peace, and to not attack. Watch til the end to see his proud little smile!

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Published: July 16, 201815,597 plays$16.82 earned
Wild Foxes Have So Much Fun Chasing Each Other Throughout The Field 2m22s

Wild Foxes Have So Much Fun Chasing Each Other Throughout The Field

This playful bunch of fox kits just can't run out of energy! They live at South Beach on San Juan Island in Washington state. The light gray fox at the beginning of the video is the mom, who is clearly not in the mood... so they resort to chasing their siblings around. Watch how cute! What an energy, right? We wish we had the same kind of energy on Monday morning! How adorable is to watch them play around the field and have so much fun, well, at least the kids, the mom does not look like she is having fun! This fun-loving cluster of fox packs can't come up short on vitality! They inhabit South Beach on San Juan Island in Washington state. The light dim fox toward the start of the video is the mother, who is unmistakably not in the state of mind... so they depend on pursuing their kin around! So adorable! In the begging of the video, the two little cute foxes tried to mess around with their mom, but clearly, she was not in the mood! So, later one of the little foxes got tired and went somewhere maybe to take a nap. However, this playful story does not end here! Another playful fox comes along to play and this two have a looot of energy! They can’t stop running around! Cuteness overload! Foxes are a piece of the Canidae family, which implies they're identified with wolves, jackals, and pooches. They're medium-sized, in the vicinity of 7 and 15 pounds, with pointy faces, agile casings, and ragged tails. However, dissimilar to their relatives, foxes are not pack creatures. When raising their young, they live in little families—called a "chain of foxes" or a "creep of foxes"— in underground tunnels. Else, they chase and rest alone. Foxes are crafty, undercover creatures and that is most likely what makes them captivating. Foxes are to a great degree lively. Foxes, as we probably are aware, are extremely inquisitive and amicable. They appreciate playing among themselves, and with different creatures, for example, mutts and felines. Foxes additionally like balls that they, as a rule, take from the fairways. While foxes are wild creatures, they have great relations with individuals. They are extremely playful, and also curious and energetic. Did we mention extremely playful? Well, here is another proof of an adorable playful fox that even the weather can stop her from playing! This wild fox was caught red-handed playing with dog toy in the snow ! An inquisitive video has emerged of a wild fox playing with a puppy toy out in the snow. The saucy animal goes totally wild about the toy and can't get enough of it. These fox demonstrations like a little kid that has recently found the unadulterated enchantment of snow and connects with are the long play, clueless that somebody is viewing. The fox demonstrates genuine adolescent happiness as she plays in the snow with her new most loved toy. We wonder whether it is the snow or the toy that got this foxy lady so excited and eager to play?

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Published: June 15, 201886 plays$0.15 earned
Pampered Lizard Enjoys Snacks During His Bath22s

Pampered Lizard Enjoys Snacks During His Bath

Joanna the bearded dragon gets regular baths, but also gets spoiled with treats in the bath. He is so happy getting his favorite treat, he simply can’t get enough as he is waiting passionately for the next bite. His face looks blissfully happy when he takes a mouthful of the enjoyable food. Just look how his face lights up when his owner gives the snack slowly. Joanna is such an eager eater especially when his owner makes that trick of not giving him food straight into his mouth. He is undeniable an adorable dragon! When it comes to audible eating, Joanna is a real leader. His carnivorous zest is so loud that can be heard around the house. He has an appetite of marathon runners after they have finished with the run, which only adds up to jis irresistible cuteness. Bearded Dragons are arguably the most popular pet reptile, especially for new reptile owners. While their care is not as much as, say, a dog or a hamster, there are specific habitat and dietary requirements that are crucial to their success. Joanna bearded Dragon may bask with his mouth open when he is too hot to allow his body temperature to cool down, similar to a dog panting. Joanna is an incredible pet since he shows a true bonding ability and has docile nature. It is a great pet for anyone who are looking to enter the hobby. His curious and social personality makes him a great pet to interact with, whether young or old.

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Published: May 10, 2018713 plays$1.17 earned
Lizard Practices Her Bug-Hunting Skills On Computer Screen28s

Lizard Practices Her Bug-Hunting Skills On Computer Screen

We have already told you about Frankie the bearded dragon. She is a 2-year-old rescue who will forever be smaller than normal due to a lack of UVB from her previous owners. It is also why she has a kink in her tail. She is now healthy, spoiled and gets lots of treats. While her diet consists mainly of collard greens, mustard greens and butternut squash. She also gets the occasional fruit and sometimes the digital fly! In this hilarious video, Frankie the <a href=" https://rumble.com/v41zu1-bearded-dragon-excited-for-hornworms.html " target="_blank">bearded dragon</a> trains on keeping her fly-hunting skills sharp with the help of a video game on her owner’s tablet. We can’t tell for sure if she knows the bigs are fake or not, but every time a bug comes out on the screen, she moves like lightning to face her opponent. It’s left, now it’s right. The erratic behavior of the flat bug does not throw Frankie off for one second. She jumps at the opportunity to nose-bump the screen as soon as she sees a fly! Frankie may be training hard on hunting down those pesky flies, but deep down, she loves nothing more than to chase down some plumb <a href=" https://rumble.com/v4exq9-bearded-dragon-going-crazy-for-blueberries-part-2.html " target="_blank">blueberries</a> around the floor. The bearded damsel goes nuts when she sees her favorite berry and you can tell. This is a form of enrichment and exercise and it's also hilarious to watch! The floor might be slippery, what with the smooth surface of the laminate and the lizard’s long claws, but that does not stop our heroine here from making her best efforts to reach that blue ball of deliciousness and munch it as soon as possible!

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Published: March 5, 2018433 plays$0.74 earned
Bearded Dragon Goes Absolutely Gaga For Blueberries40s

Bearded Dragon Goes Absolutely Gaga For Blueberries

We all have that one item of food that we just can’t get enough of. Some like chocolate, others like cheese, there are even those who can munch on broccoli all day long, for some undisclosed weird reason (sure, they’re healthy and all, but come on!) You can probably imagine what happens when you get served an abundance of your favorite munchies - you would go gaga, just like this bearded lady did, when her owner started tossing blueberries all over the floor for her! Frankie the bearded dragon goes nuts when she sees her favorite berry and you can tell. This is a form of enrichment and exercise and it's also hilarious to watch! The floor might be slippery, what with the smooth surface of the laminate and the lizard’s long claws, but that does not stop our heroine here from making her best efforts to reach that blue ball of deliciousness and munch it as soon as possible! It is actually a good way to have Frankie get some exercise, while she fills up on the healthiest calories. Plus, they are super yummy! In case you were scratching your head while watching this entertaining little clip, the answer is yes, bearded dragons can eat blueberries . Just be sure to give your lizard fresh and washed blueberries to eat, but don’t give it unwashed or frozen blueberries, since they contain preservatives and pesticides which can make your dragon ill. Or you can just give your dragon some broccoli, since you definitely don’t eat those!

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Published: February 15, 201864,385 plays$147.24 earned
Cute axolotl yawns for the camera18s

Cute axolotl yawns for the camera

Ripley the axolotl appears to be yawning in this adorable clip. Axolotls are not fish, but amphibians. They are neotenic salamanders, meaning they retain their juvenile traits into adulthood and therefore remain fully aquatic their whole lives.

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Published: January 3, 201812,279 plays$31.52 earned
Bearded dragon super excited for hornworms24s

Bearded dragon super excited for hornworms

Frankie the bearded dragon goes absolutely nuts for tasty hornworms. She is a 2 year old rescue who will forever be smaller than normal due to a lack of UVB with her previous owners (it's also why she has a kink in her tail). She is now healthy, spoiled and gets lots of treats. While her diet consists mainly of collard greens, mustard greens and butternut squash, she also gets occasional fruits and squishy hornworms!

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Published: December 8, 20173,725 plays$21.97 earned
Bearded Dragon Goes Nuts For Blueberries30s

Bearded Dragon Goes Nuts For Blueberries

Frankie the bearded dragon absolutely loses her mind over blueberries. Take a look how excited she gets every time she spots blueberries on the floor. When feeding time comes for Frankie, it is priceless to watch his reaction to blueberries. Don't feed your dragon with nuts, train him with blueberries instead. The pitter patter of her reptilian feet means she’s ready to eat! No matter the hour, Frankie the bearded dragon is always ready to chase down some blueberries, and not even a slippery hardwood floor can stop her! So adorable to watch and will change the way you look at blueberries too. It is so cute to see Frankie run head over heels to get to the blueberry in no time. His happy feet make funny noises as he rushes in to get his treat. This video will melt your heart! Bearded dragons have a reputation for eating a LOT! They can eat you out of house and home as bug-hungry babies. But as they grow older, they need less protein for fueling rapid growth and more nutrient-packed bearded dragon vegetables for maintenance, which means that feeding them gets cheaper. Just as each bearded dragon has its own personality it will also have its own favorite and least favorite foods. So if one thing doesn’t work, try something else. It’s all part of the fun! We all know what's Frankie's favorite fruit and food in general, so bring those blueberries to the table!

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Published: October 4, 20171,556,479 plays$5,796.38 earned
Rescued bearded dragon smiles for the camera1m08s

Rescued bearded dragon smiles for the camera

Joanna the bearded dragon was kept in poor conditions during the first 3 years of her life. She was abused, neglected and malnourished. This made her an aggressive lizard who appeared to have a permanent grouchy scowl. After just a few weeks of rehabilitation, she is now a sweet and affectionate pet who appears to smile!

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Published: November 19, 20164,332 plays$15.81 earned
Rescue Cat And Bearded Dragon Are Best Friends2m01s

Rescue Cat And Bearded Dragon Are Best Friends

Joanna the bearded dragon and Din Din the Siamese cat were both abused and neglected at the beginning of their lives. As a result, both have become aggressive, hostile and trusted no one. Neither liked any other animal or human it met until they were taken in by their current owners. Both of these aggressive gals have now been rehabilitated into cuddly sweethearts. While they both still dislike all other animals, they miraculously became interested in one another. Tentative curiosity soon blossomed into a unique and trusting friendship between two very different animals. Joanna and Din Din follow each other, play chase, "cuddle" and sleep together. They are careful to be gentle at all times and seem to adore each other. Inter-species friendships always warm our hearts, but the most unlikely ones like these two melt us down to a puddle on the ground. Who would have thought that a cat and a lizard would find comfort in each other after having such a troubled past? Felines are usually quite territorial and rarely accept other animals into their homes, especially other felines, but it seems that Din Din sensed that Joanna has been through a similar distress before and has accepted her as a kindred spirit. We are just happy that they have each other.

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Published: November 8, 201611,584 plays$41.70 earned
Cat and lizard share unlikely animal friendship29s

Cat and lizard share unlikely animal friendship

Joanna the bearded dragon and Din Din the Siamese cat are two rescued best friends who enjoy hanging out, cuddling and playing together. Here there are after just waking up. Follow them on Instagram at @twobadgals

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Published: November 8, 20163,155 plays$7.52 earned