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Bulldog sings along while his owner plays guitar34s

Bulldog sings along while his owner plays guitar

How adorable is this? Winston the Bulldog has an unusual talent for a dog, but none the less, still hilariously cute. As soon as his owner breaks out his guitar, it is game over. Winston knows his time to shine is quickly approaching, so he readies himself for his moment. You can be sure that this will make your day, even if you aren't a dog lover!

Dangerous Window Cleaning30s

Dangerous Window Cleaning

Occurred on May 18, 2018 / Atlanta, Georgia, USA Info from Licensor: "I was working and I suddenly heard a loud noise from the nearby building. When I looked through the window, I noticed that the rope of the platform on which the workers usually stand while cleaning the windows got cut and hit the nearby power line. The entire happening was very scary and spine-chilling, The event continued until the worker slowly got into the nearby balcony."

Unpaid Teacher In Tears After Students Give Him Cash50s

Unpaid Teacher In Tears After Students Give Him Cash

Alex Cope This is the heart-warming moment a teacher who had not been paid for two months and was sleeping in the school where he works is given a surprise cash-gift from his students after a secret whip-around. The emotional scenes were filmed by one of the students in the class at the Balbina Viana Arrais School Of Professional Teaching in the town of Brejo Santo in the northern Brazilian state of Ceara. In the video, teacher Bruno Rafael de Paiva is stood holding a small box at his desk and the students begin clapping. The gift box reportedly contained 400 BRL (82 GBP) that the students, aged 14-16, had collected among themselves to give to their teacher. Bruno struggles to hold back the tears as he says "thank you" and the students reply "you are welcome". The teacher begins crying at the front of the classroom and his students rush to console him, forming a group hug around the emotional teacher. Local media are reporting that Bruno had not been paid for two months and was sleeping at the school in the week to help save money as his family live 55 kilometres (34 miles) away in the town of Crato. Bruno was covering a teacher whose licence was being renewed and his pay had been delayed due to a problem with the renewing of the other teacher's licence. He told reporters: "The licence is being renewed, it is always bureaucracy with these things. I had worked for a month and a half when I heard my account was empty. I began to feel worried, lost." Bruno added: "(When the students gave me the gift) I began to feel nervous, to tremble, I cried and they hugged me. When they were hugging me I was trembling." The students wanted to thank the teacher for his patience and for the hard work he does, according to local media. The director of the school assured reporters that Bruno would receive all his backlogged pay in June.

CEN
Published: May 23, 2018
Horse devours head of lettuce, doesn't like the watermelon2m15s

Horse devours head of lettuce, doesn't like the watermelon

Blaze is a very friendly horse who lives on a beautiful farm near Millbrook, Ontario. His pasture runs alongside a quiet country road where people often walk or cycle past. Blaze comes out to greet people as they pass and he enjoys a scratch behind the ear and an occasional treat. Dave and Chris have visited with Blaze many times and they can't resist those big brown eyes and gorgeous face. They always bring him something delicious, like carrots or apples. But Chris and Dave decided that they should offer Blaze some different foods to sample so they could see what appeals to his palate. On this walk, they came prepared lettuce, strawberries and watermelon. Knowing that watermelon and strawberries are sweet and delicious, it only made sense that Blaze should be allowed to discover if these were his new favorites. Blaze turned up his nose indignantly at the watermelon, even though it had a tempting chunk of carrot on top. He tried the strawberry, but promptly spit it out. Knowing that horses are like children and that they often refuse something new even if it is tasty, Chris and Dave kept trying. They went to Chestnut, the horse in the neighboring paddock, but Blaze merely watched curiously. Chestnut couldn't be tempted and it didn't convince Blaze to eat either on the second try. Blaze did have a hankering for the head of Romaine lettuce though, and he gobbled up the whole thing greedily. It was gone in a few seconds. With the obvious verdict that the new treats were not his new favorites, Blaze was given one of his regular treats, fresh grass and clover from the patch just out of reach on the other side of the fence. With the treats all gone and the visit at an end, Blaze gave Chris a great, big horse smooth on the side of the head. Who can resist a horse like Blaze?

DavidMcNab
Published: May 22, 2018153 plays$0.23 earned
Monkey Shows That She Can Play The Piano, Too!1m16s

Monkey Shows That She Can Play The Piano, Too!

Monkeys are creatures of many talents. Some know how to turn the car ignition key, some know how to make perfect somersaults and some know to juggle. Well, in this video we have Cassie the Capuchin monkey who knows how to play the keyboards. Why? Because she aspires to one day be able to play chopsticks all by herself... nah, just banging out a tune is more fun! Sitting next to her owner, Cassie is delighted by the fact that she can hit the keys of this incredible musical instrument along with her owner and even more, she has the honor to do it herself. However, banging the keys from the front is somehow not satisfying enough for this monkey, so she hops on the other side to inspect how the keyboard works on that side. The curious Cassie realizes that the white and the black keys make different sounds, so while she is at the top of the instrument, she can have a go with the black ones and then decides what sound is more pleasing to her ears. Being a monkey means a short attention span - just like a little child, so she needs a little kick to remind her that she has to keep on playing. Thus, whenever Cassie sets her mind on some other part of the instrument, her owner gives her a kick by hitting a key to which Cassie responds well and follows suit. She is one smart girl, indeed! But when it comes to changing her place of sitting on the keyboard, she might get a bit fussy. However, no sooner she understands that that is for her own good, she gets calm pretty quickly. Go Cassie, go, do not let anybody stifle your musical dreams!

Little Kid Takes Veganism Seriously In Heated Argument With Mom3m36s

Little Kid Takes Veganism Seriously In Heated Argument With Mom

As they are preparing for the hurricane Matthew, this mom and her 6-year-old son are having a heated argument about veganism. Waiting for something to happen may be the best time to fill it in with a memorable experience. Having a chat with your little one on topics as tough as this one, becomes hilarious and it is what reminds you that children are precious little things. This mom decides to have a little fun messing with her favorite vegan, and he is so serious about his veganism! Every time his mom tries to scold him, this adorable child finds a perfect argument to fend off his stance and no matter what his mom is saying, she can’t change his mind. He thinks that all animals do matter and that they are important, he even claims that cows are smarter than dogs and know a lot of stuff. He is one bright child! He raises his cute voice when he tries to persuade her mom to stay a vegan for the rest of her life. His attempts to talk her into his idea of veganism are always accompanied by silly facial grimaces and body language that we are drawn to be on his side, though we might be the most fervent meat eaters. His mom goes even much further by saying that she is tired of watching people eating animals and she wants to join them, moreover since he depends on her for food she tells him that he has to eat meat, too. No matter what is his mom saying, this kiddo won’t give up his intention of becoming a serious vegan boy. He is such an opinionated kid!

VeganEvan
Published: May 22, 201856 plays$0.03 earned
Adorable rescued otter begs for fish19s

Adorable rescued otter begs for fish

We all know that otters are adorable, and that animals begging are adorable, so when you put those together, you get cuteness overload, and this rescued Neotropical Otter excels at it, with those eyes, mouth and little jumps! Who could resist?!

NataliaCara
Published: May 22, 20181,008 plays$1.98 earned
Puppies Come Barrelling Through The Kitchen For Lunch!42s

Puppies Come Barrelling Through The Kitchen For Lunch!

Puppies are warm little creatures and an adorable sight to behold. Owning a puppy is a rewarding experience and whenever you are under the weather, one look at the soft eyes of your puppy will do wonders and make the rest of your day sunny. ‘Rise and shine’ is a puppy attitude to life and its zest for life is unparalleled with anything else. Having said that, consider keeping 14 puppies in your household. Can you even imagine that?! It’s hard to believe, isn’t it? Well, the family living in the house in this video has exactly 14 puppies to look after and they are all of the Entlebucher breed. What is interesting about them is that whenever they hear the kibble bag being opened in another room, they stampede happily in a bunch of adorable balls of fluff. It is called a puppy pandemonium! These active and intelligent dogs love their food, so they make sure that all of them appear at dinner time. They don’t waste a minute but run excitedly to their kitchen and they take feeding time very seriously. What makes this sight impressive is that they don’t come all at once, but in small groups of a few puppies. Whoever heard the bag being opened first, pulls off the rest to the crowd. As they come from the hallway, we have the impression that there are more and more to come - they strike the room like flood - until we see the last one dragging his bottom in the most curious way ever, sniffing everything along the way and playfully wagging its tail. We are very eager to find out whether they will be inseparable like this when they grow up. Who knows!

Alpinewest
Published: May 22, 201879 plays$0.11 earned
Motorist Films Newborn Calf's Wobbly First Moments1m29s

Motorist Films Newborn Calf's Wobbly First Moments

We've all seen newborn calves prancing around in meadows at the side of the road. Few things are as heart warming as a new baby exploring the world and drinking milk from its mother as she grazes. We've come to associate these sights with spring, new life, hope, and joy. A passing motorist was looking at the cows in the field as he drove by and he could see a dozen or more new baby calves enjoying the sunshine with their mothers. What caught his eye next was the sight of a calf that had just been born a few minutes before, lying on the grass at the edge of the meadow. The mother was licking the calf and it was obvious with its glistening, wet coat that it was only a few minutes old. The mother began nudging the calf, insisting that it get to its feet. The birth is so recent that the umbilical cord is still visible on the calf and the afterbirth is still attached to the cow. Cows and horses are among the few animals that are so mobile within the first few minutes of life. Their legs are almost full grown in length when they are born, allowing them to use the only defense that they have; to flee from danger. These skinny legs have yet to fill out and grow thick muscles and the calf is adorably clumsy as it struggles to stand and stay upright. This calf was filmed getting to its feet for the first time. The only understanding it has is that its mother is telling it to get up, like her. It struggles first to balance on its knees, then eventually gets its feet under it. But it has not yet learned to balance and to coordinate the movement of its four legs to keep it upright. It wobbles as if drunk while the protective mother stands guard beside it. She will not leave this baby alone for even a moment until it is fully able to run back to her for protection. Within moments of the calf being on its feet, another mother wanders over to inspect the baby with a long sniff and an approving look. As she wanders off, she lets out a moo that seems to be a congratulatory message for the new mom. As the calf gains its balance, it faces another challenge. It is already hungry and nature has provided it with the instinct to seek food and to suckle. Somehow it knows to look to mom for a meal and it makes its way around her in search of the right end. Mom even helps by moving into position and offering an occasional nudge toward her udder. It's almost worth cheering as the calf finally finds the udder and begins to nurse. Mom stands happily as the calf gets that first, crucial dose of milk and colostrum for antibodies. As if remembering that she has a cheering section still watching, this proud mother turns to her audience and lets out a contented moo.

Massive Crocodile Holds Up Traffic To Cross Road1m13s

Massive Crocodile Holds Up Traffic To Cross Road

Check out this huge crocodile in the Kakadu National Park (NT Australia). When something like that is crossing the road, you stop and wait! The footage shows a giant crocodile slowly making its way across an elevated river road blocking the cars. As the scaly critter makes contact with the road across the lake a small car approaches, hoping to cross this road. The huge beast is just peacefully making its way and it is not interested in any cars. He appears to have no goal in mind other than crossing the road - a feat that he achieves at a painfully slow rate. Barely indistinguishable among the rocks jutting out of the water, the large reptile's head nudges closer to the slightly submerged path. However, seemingly alarmed by the presence of the snapper the driver grinds to a halt as the crocodile hauls itself up onto dry land and begins its journey to the other side. But, unfortunately for the waiting car, the the reptile comes to a stop right in the middle of the road - the crossing proving just too exhausting. Luckily, it is just a brief stop, even crocodiles have to take a breath while performing such an incredible tasks. This is not something we see every day, it is astonishingly unbelievable sight! Slowly but surely the croc reaches the other side, splashing back into the water allowing the cars to go on with their journey. Did you know that the largest crocodile in captivity was 20 ft 3 in (6.17 m), and weighed 2,370 lbs (1,075 kg)? It was called Lolong and he was also the biggest crocodile ever measured from snout-to-tail.

DanieleFazio
Published: May 22, 201821,993 plays$33.87 earned
Extremely rare and intelligent animal communication: Eel and grouper hunt together1m18s

Extremely rare and intelligent animal communication: Eel and grouper hunt together

Nassau Groupers are plentiful in the Caribbean and they are one of the biggest and most successful hunters on the reef. Highly intelligent, agile and powerful, they seek out and capture their prey by inhaling rapidly, sucking the smaller fish into their mouth. But smaller fish know that their best chance to avoid being eaten is to seek shelter among the crevices in the coral and sponges on the reef. Groupers know they can't fit their large heads into small holes, so they have learned to enlist the help of a creature who can. The Moray Eel is a long, slender fish that is also a top predator. It hunts mainly at night when its poor vision is less of a disadvantage. It has a keen sense of smell and a body that is designed for stealth. It glides along the coral, slithering in and out of hiding places with ease. Any fish that it encounters will have only a brief chance for escape by fleeing out into the open before it is grabbed by the eel's powerful jaws. Both of these creatures are formidable on their own, but they have learned to team up for a greatly improved hunting technique. Cooperation between two species is rare, and communication between different species is even more rare. There are many mutually beneficial relationships in the wild, but only a few examples of when it is intentional and when it is based on an understanding and communication. The grouper begins this process by finding an eel and facing it head on while it shakes its head rapidly and performs an obvious movement or "dance". The eel has long ago learned what this means and it will venture from its lair in the daytime to join the grouper. The grouper understands that it has superior eyesight and will signal the eel where the food is hiding. It uses a similar, but much slower head shaking, along with posture and an intent stare at the location where the eel needs to go. The eel will enter the crevice after the prey, which is now forced to face the eel or to venture out in the open and take its chances with the hungry grouper. The grouper may also simply follow the eel and remain ready to ambush unwary prey. This technique is at least five times as effective as either of them hunting on their own. One of the most interesting parts of this arrangement is that it is not complicated by competition for food. Both the eel and the grouper swallow their food whole, so one of them quickly gets the meal and there are no scraps left to fight for. It works out roughly equally for both so there is enough positive reward in the method to make it worth repeating. This is another demonstration of the fact that we are only starting to learn how complicated the animal kingdom really is and how intelligent animals can be. Groupers will also use this technique to signal scuba divers with spears to the fact that a lion fish is hiding in the coral. They can understand which divers are hunting and even which species they need to find. Incredibly, Nassau Groupers can even recognize a particular scuba diver who has fed them on past dives and they will greet and follow people they know.

Compilation of Slovenia's stunning waterfalls in 4K1m06s

Compilation of Slovenia's stunning waterfalls in 4K

This is a compilation of waterfalls and cascades from Slovenia. The Slap Pericnik is a two stepped waterfall within the glacial Vrata Valley, Triglav National Park, Slovenia. In winter months both waterfalls freeze completely and the water droplets sprayed against the rock face form incredible, glacier blue stalactites and stalagmites. An incredible site. The glacial water cascading over the rocks at the snowy Vintgar Gorge, Soteska Vintgar in Slovenia with its turquoise fast flowing river. Unfortunately the gorge is closed over the winter month, but you still have a great view from the entrance. A couple of cascades towards the mighty Waterfall the Slap Kozjak and then the majestic fifteen metres high Waterfall hidden away in an almost cave like setting. The lavish green Soča River Gorge, the narrow valley with steep and rocky walls nature's beauty. The turquoise water of the Soca river running through the valley. Next up the Slap Sopota and Slap Krampež not far away from the Slap Kozjak in Kobraid. Both are close together with only a 5 minute walk from each other. Located near the village of Drežnica. The so called Glijun (Izvir Glijuna) stream shows a multi-stranded waterfall called Slap Virje, near the town of Bovec in Slovenia that is more than 11 meters in height and about 19 m in width. Below, there is a stunning emerald green pool. When you get to the Log pod Mangartom road towards the mighty Mangart saddle, you can view the steep waterfall from the bridge. A view of the Tolmin Gorge from above. A fast flowing river with its footbridge going across. The Gorge is closed over the winter month, but it still gives you this great view from above. The cascading river at the village of Zelezniki in Slovenia with its colorful houses in the background.