This is a video of Cornelius the dog grazing on grass with his dear deer friends. Some more info about the trio while I wish I had somebody to spend lunch with instead of eating in my car alone, first in the Burger King parking lot, then Taco Bell’s. Cornelius
This is a video from Youtuber Ant Lab (but these are moths!) of seven different species of moth taking flight filmed in 6,000FPS ultra slow motion. Glorious, aren’t they? The species in order in case you’re not a lepidopterist and know already: 00:00 – Rosy maple moth, 01:01 – Polyphemus
This is a video from very amateur storm chaser Sam Smith almost getting his ticket to Oz punched in Rochelle, Illinois when he drives waaaaaay too close to an approaching tornado. Per Sam himself: “♬ You say I’m crazy, ’cause you don’t think I know what you’ve done, but when
This is a video of a duo of wild deer trying to duke it like two t-rexes over munching rights to the backyard treat supply left out for them by ranch owner Gay McMillan of Lake Somerville, Texas. Per Gay while I make a lap around the office challenging coworkers
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.
This is a video of Matthew Lewis stepping into a swamp that’s much deeper than it looks and almost making it all the way to Gungan City. Speaking of, TRUE FACT: My girlfriend and I decided to watch all the Star Wars movies in the order they were originally released
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