Firm believers that the nighttime is the right time, this is a video of a trio of owls (looks like a couple and a third wheel, possibly in the the form of their own child) partying on a Yuma, Arizona family’s porch after the humans have gone to bed. Heck
This is some cell phone footage from a Vancouver woman who witnessed a large black bear passing through her yard and found herself very unfortunately locked out of the house at that moment. Thankfully, the bear isn’t interested in seeking retribution for Goldilocks’s past indiscretions, and continues on its way.
Because Mother Nature dictates there must be a winner and a loser (symbiotic relationships excluded), this is a clip from National Geographic WILD of a California two-spot octopus (aka bimac) who decides mantis shrimp is on the menu tonight, but the would-be catch of the day isn’t having it, repeatedly
This is a video of a tuxedo cat clearly having an existential crisis in front of the mirror. The minute-long video also has a twist ending. My existential crisis? My existential crisis did not have a twist ending. I was worried my life had no meaning, purpose, or value, and
Note: Check your volume, screaming. Because the sky is bird territory, this is a video of 13-year old Kiley Holman smacking a seagull with her face immediately following launch on the Sling Shot ride at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey. The upward force of the ride sticks the bird
Following a drop in their testosterone levels after mating season, all species of male deer shed their antlers in the winter and grow a new pair the coming spring. And this is a rare video of a buck dropping one of its antlers as caught by an Alberta, Canada home’s
This is a video from a home security camera in Soc Trang, Vietnam of a snake trying to follow a child into the house. The man who posted the video says it was a king cobra, which, despite not particularly looking like one (I am an amateur herpetologist), I’m still
Because the endtimes are upon us, this is a video from the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia of millions of male mosquitos swarming in a ‘tornado’ in an attempt to mate with females, and darkening the sky in the process. Some more info while I phantom itch just thinking about