These are some funny and amazing videos about animals. Take a break for a few minutes and smile!
Kurentovanje is a Slovenian meat-and-mouth folk ritual in honour of spring and fertility, which is a carnival to banish winter. An analogue of Maslenitsa. The origins of Kurentovanje are doubtful, but it is likely associated with Slavic paganism. Typical dances from the month of March take place in […]
A crocodile at the Florida Zoo underwent surgery to remove a shoe from his stomach.
A family from Western Australia went fishing in a motorboat, but instead of fish they “caught” a kangaroo.
Last September, Brian Myers walked into a New Jersey animal shelter and rescued Sadie, a German shepherd, giving her another chance at life. Four months later, Sadie would do the same for him. Heather Centrella, the office manager at Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge, said she got a call from Myers last week. It wasn’t to return Sadie to the shelter in Oakland, New Jersey, but rather to tell her what Sadie did.
In 1891, when geologist Erwin H. Barbour was conducting an expedition in the poorlands near White River, Nebraska, locals drew his attention to unusual fossils. They were sand-filled spiral tubes up to 3 meters long with walls of white fibrous material. Such fossils were found in an area that at the time was considered the bottom of a dried-up ancient lake.
Mixed Bulldog and Staffordshire Bull Terrier Max, who lives in an ordinary Australian family became a national hero after rescuing a boy drowning in a river.
Injured dog owner spends £300 on X-Rays and vets for his limping lurcher Bill- only to learn he was only copying him out of sympathy
Just Nuisance, a Great Dane, is the only dog ever to have been officially enlisted in the Royal Navy. During World War II between 1939 and 1944 the donkey-sized hound served with HMS Afrikander at the Royal Navy naval base in Simon’s Town (Simonstown), a once lovely, ordered and prosperous shoreline town in South Africa. The seaside community is located just 38 miles by road from Cape Town.
In scenes reminiscent of medieval witch hunts and hysteria about warts and birthmarks, a Swedish distribution company with warehouses in France plans to force its workers to wear dog collars fitted with proximity sensors which would ring if they are too close in a bid, so it is claimed, to reduce Covid-19 infections.