Check out this bird eating a gopher. A freaking gopher!
Prank video-maker dresses dog in spider suit – fear ensues.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission posted these photos of an 18 inch monster shrimp a fisherman pulled out of the ocean.
Want to know how to scare a monkey?
Here are two videos which serve as prime examples as to why I stay away from the ocean.
Per the YouTube description: Move over, Mozart!
Meet Moe. He’s a cat. He plays Jenga.
Tara, the cat that saved a 4-year-old from a dog attack, has become a national treasure.
Proving that cats may not be as utterly useless and dickish as previously believed, a dog attacking a child was chased off by the family cat.
While flying into Page Field at 170 mph, a blurry ball of bird tore through the windshield and hit Rob Weber right in the face.
A squirrel decided to take a model airplane for a joyride.
I have no idea if this is what a deer fart sounds like but if it’s not fake, it’s pretty impressive.
A pod of dolphins attack a puffer fish but instead of killing and eating it, they lightly chew on it so that it releases just enough nerve toxin for them to get high off of.
In what may be the leading contender for cutest puppy video on the internet ever, here’s a 20 day old Alaskan Malamute/Siberian Husky learning to howl for the first time.
Somewhere in between the car’s roof and the balcony’s ledge, Waffles the Cat cursed the snow that day.
Cats may be lovable, furry creatures, but never forget about something called ‘animal instinct’.
In a video that’s sure to please every necrozoophiliac, a river dolphin sticks his dolphin penis into a headless fish carcass and gives it the old in-out.
Once you’ve gotten past the pure joy of watching a bear playing tether ball, you’ll come to realize he’s just playing with himself.
Norwegian group Ylvis released a song called “The Fox” early this month that posed the question, “What does the fox say?” They offered many speculative sounds.
Yogi Bear has gotten a lot more brazen.