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Self-assured baboon takes a seat and holds up traffic42s

Self-assured baboon takes a seat and holds up traffic

Baboons are highly intelligent animals, full of mischief and tricks. Without a doubt, they know what they are doing. So when this cocky monkey swaggered out on the road and calmly took a seat right in the middle, he understood that there were cars coming his way. He didn't seem to care that he was in the way as he walked. And he didn't seem to care that he was blocking the whoole road. Without much of a concerned look, the baboon sat down and stared straight ahead as if he refused to even acknowledge the car that just went by or the car that was inching forward. Eventually, he gave a slight look to his left, but rather than looking to see if he needs to move, his look seems to be more about checking to see if people in the car are paying enough attention to him. Even as the car with the camera inches forward, the baboon continues to look to his right and straight ahead, completely ignoring the car. He looks everywhere except at the car. The car was travelling through a safari where the baboons and other animals roam free, protected from poachers and even other predators. This monkey's antics were not annoying in the slightest and the occupants were actually delighted to get such a close look at the animal. They were quite content to watch photograph him, amused at the near human-like behavior and attitude. The baboon likely understood as well that sitting in the road like this would possibly provide him with some entertainment of his own. In a safari situation where spectators are confined in the car and the animals roam free, the effect is reversed. For the baboon, he was seeing people in confinement while he enjoyed the freedom. Baboons are highly social animals with a need for a large, natural environment and lots of space. To confine them to cages in zoos, with very few of their own kind to interact with is far from ideal. Most animals experience great stress when food is provided in a setting that forces them to compete with animals to eat quickly or miss out. These baboons are free to eat whenever they chose without competition. Safaris like this one allow visitors to see animals in their natural environment. Funding from visitors is also used to assist with conservation efforts that benefit animals in the wild.

Newfoundland plays balloon volleyball with little girl1m03s

Newfoundland plays balloon volleyball with little girl

Samson the Newfoundland loves to play balloon volleyball with his best friend Sierra. He is surprisingly careful not to pop the balloon. This is probably because when he was younger, he popped one and it completely stunned him. He seems to remember this and now only plays gently with the balloon. Samson is a smart pup who is learning as he grows and he is the best playmate to little Sierra. What fun!

Enormous bull comes to get bread and a head scratch1m14s

Enormous bull comes to get bread and a head scratch

Gus is an enormous bull, tipping the scales at about 2,000 pounds. He is solid muscle and extremely powerful. Yet, he is a big softy who loves a slice of bread, or ten, as well as a good head scratch. Dave has been visiting Gus every week or two as he walks or cycles past the beautiful farm where Gus lives. Gus got so big from eating big meals and he loves bread most of all. What's surprising about him is that despite his tremendous size, he's as friendly and gentle as a pet dog. By nature, bulls are usually grumpy, aggressive and not to be trusted. It's never wise to turn your back on one or to put yourself in a position where you could be injured. They have enough power and strength to do a lot of damage in a very short time if they chose to. But Gus is an exceptional bull. He was raised on a farm where he had a lot of interaction with people right from birth. Gus roams in a lush meadow on a beautiful farm in Millbrook, Ontario. He’s got a lot of company too. He’s the only male in a herd of about 30 lovely female cows. Gus is living the life! Gus developed an appetite for grains of all sorts, especially bread. This is not unusual for cattle, and Cornell University even did an extensive study to determine the effects of feeding cattle bread and other baked goods. The result was that the animals did very well on a diet that was very high in bread. Gus' taste is not that unusual. What is unusual is the way he will approach someone for a slice of doughy goodness. He literally begs like a dog would beg for a slice of sirloin. The farmer who owns Gus is fine with him having visitors, and with him being hand fed. If you walk slowly into Gus’ pasture and you call him, he’s likely to wander over curiously. He’ll actually hustle a bit if he sees that you have a slice of bread. A tongue, longer than seems possible, shoots out and wraps around the slice of bread like a large hand. The slice of bread completely disappears with about three quick chews. Gus doesn’t disappear when the bread is gone. He’s as fond of a good head scratch and face rub as he is of the treats. Gus will turn his head and nudge you like a big dog does when you stop petting it. It’s hard to tell which part Gus likes best!

Ravenous parrot really loves eating pizza!54s

Ravenous parrot really loves eating pizza!

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, doing animal sound imitations and acting silly. He also enjoys singing and dancing in some of his video compilations. With his amazing talking abilities, and funny antics, Einstein the talking parrot’s videos will keep you entertained for hours! Pizza is a universal comfort food. Loved by many young and old. Have you ever seen a parrot get this excited over pizza? Einstein took little time to dive right into this pizza. At one point he managed to get some of the sauce on his face. He bites at the crust which is his favorite part. Picking it up and throwing it down again, this dinner guest was not shy and could learn a few table manners. Einstein hilariously folded the pizza over, a creative move to make it easier to eat. Pizza isn't a healthy food for parrots, and this Margarita pizza was actually prepared for the humans dinner. Einstein was allowed to have a few bites of the crust as a treat. Because of the high fat and sodium content of pizza he was not allowed to eat much of the cheese and sauce. Note: The pizza was not piping hot from the oven, no worries, Einstein didn't suffer any burns. If you enjoyed watching Einstein eat this pizza, then you'll love listening to him talk about pizza here More videos of Einstein can be found by visiting his channel page here: 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. As previously mentioned, Einstein is popular on many social media sites such as YouTube @einsteinparrot, Instagram @einsteinparrot, Twitter @einsteinparrot, and Facebook @einsteintexanparrot. Living with a parrot is a big commitment. Parrots live a very long time. A parrot such as Einstein can live to be 50 or 60 years old. Many larger parrots like Macaws can live to be 100 years old. They all 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, a large cage is an investment and plenty of play perches to spend their out of cage time. Specialized veterinarian care is also required. Most of all they require your companionship and a forever home. Many people decide after the first few years of parrot ownership that the responsibility is too great and the parrots become neglected and sometimes abandoned. When that happens they are sent to parrot rescue facilities to be adopted by a new family or some spend their lives in sanctuaries. It is often said, "Having a parrot is much like raising a 2 or 3 year old child for the rest of your life!"

Man eats both of world's hottest peppers at once, relies on internet's advice for remedies5m52s

Man eats both of world's hottest peppers at once, relies on internet's advice for remedies

Last year Dave set out to eat a ghost pepper but the whole thing went horribly wrong in every way possible. He decided that he could do better this year because he was armed with a list of remedies for the heat, all suggested by people commenting on last year’s video. Dave’s misadventure started with a challenge issued by his wife, Kristy. Dave had playfully complained that her cooking wasn’t spicy enough for him. Kristy is a clever woman, so she ordered seeds for every hot pepper she could find and began growing them in her garden. Dave is a very spoiled man and Kristy’s cooking is actually far better than he deserves, but he couldn’t back down now that he had made his unfortunate statement. Kristy’s plants grew and the harvest was impressive. When the peppers ripened, Dave took his video camera to her garden and went in search of the infamous Bhut Jolokia, the Ghost Pepper, and he wolfed down a raw one fresh picked from the plant. But as he ran for the hose and stuffed it into his mouth for relief, Kristy realized that he had actually eaten a Trinidad Scorpion pepper. She couldn’t contain her laughter and she alternated between sympathy for her suffering husband and triumphant laughter as he admitted that she had out-spiced his taste buds. The video of Dave and Kristy’s pepper challenge (Husband wants spicier food, wife gives him Trinidad scorpion pepper) received serious attention on the Rumble Viral YouTube channel and the internet provided Dave with encouragement and advice in the form of 2,500 comments. Much of it was aimed at helping Dave deal with the spice through simple remedies like sandpaper, alcohol, tomatoes, yogurt and milk. With renewed confidence and hundreds of tips from supporters, Dave told Kristy that he was going to eat more of her scorpion peppers and ghost peppers. The internet had also informed Dave that the Carolina Reaper was the world’s hottest pepper and there should be no celebration until he took on the hottest of the hot. Kristy had made Dave a selection of delicious sauces that tipped the Scoville scale and Dave was determined to train for another round with a raw pepper fresh from the garden. This year, Kristy grew Carolina Reapers and the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion pepper. Depending on what source you believed, both were believed to be the world’s hottest pepper. Because this was hotly debated, Dave decided the only way to handle this was to eat one of each. And he was certain that the remedies suggested would make it all very bearable. Dave got half of each pepper in his mouth, chewed them and swallowed them and waited for the heat to build. It didn’t take long until Dave realized that again, he had bitten off more than he could chew and his whole head was on fire. He turned to the suggested remedies one by one and quickly found out that the well-intentioned advice he had received wasn’t helpful at all. He tried them all in succession, leaving the milk until the end. It was only then that he found any relief. Dave didn’t plan as well as he thought because he had a bag of milk and no scissors to cut it open. There was no time to waste so he chewed through the bag and began gulping it down. Dave’s solution on the first attempt last year was to spray the hose into his mouth and he eventually resorted to that here as well because even the milk wasn’t putting out the fire. Reluctantly, Dave admitted that he had met his match and asked Kristy to stick to growing jalapenos next year. Dave has learned many things from his experience. He now knows not to challenge Kristy and her cooking (finally). He knows not to try eating two of the world’s hottest peppers at once, and he knows that not everything you read on the internet is true.

Monkey tries to escape vet's office by opening door8s

Monkey tries to escape vet's office by opening door

Nobody likes going to the doctor's office and the truth is that feeling doesn't differ too much from species to species. This java macaque monkey is making a run for the front door before the doctor can get there. We have all felt like that at one time or another!

Published: October 10, 2018131 plays$0.08 earned
Puppy learns To respect cat's personal space1m39s

Puppy learns To respect cat's personal space

Jack the cat is all about boundaries whereas Mikey the 10 week old Great Dane puppy... not so much. Watch and laugh as Jack teaches Mikey respect for personal space. Mikey learns from "paw~sitive" reinforcement and follows Jack to continue their playtime, showing off his pounce moves to his cat buddy!

Sleeping husky puppies preciously cuddle each other33s

Sleeping husky puppies preciously cuddle each other

These 6 Siberian husky puppies area all lined up according to their color to sleep peacefully. You can see the runt (pink) sucking on her brother’s head in her sleep and moving her tiny feet. The pack loves the warmth of each other to stay nice and toasty! They are 13 days old and have just started to open their eyes when they’re not sleeping or eating. So cute!

Published: October 10, 20184,358 plays$4.58 earned