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 cats can never stop catting, this is a video from a live at-home CBS Minneapolis news report when a reporter’s segment is interrupted by her cat jumping on the desk to stare at a fly that’s been attracted to her video camera’s light. It happens. Maybe not as often
This is a video of the aftermath of Boonchuay the wild elephant smashing through a kitchen wall in search of salty snacks in the Thai village of Hua Hin, near his regular stomping grounds in Kaeng Krachan National Park. Apparently if wild elephants can’t find enough salty food in the
This is some footage from a tourist visiting Antarctica (I guess all vacations to the Caribbean were booked already) when a “lonely” chinstrap penguin hops aboard the inflatable craft to say hi and pose for photos. Some details from the cold while I reconfirm that sitting in a inflatable boat
Because maybe there really is such a thing as a free lunch, this is a video of a lion at a drive-through safari experience in South Africa casually opening a car door with its mouth. For reference, I don’t open any kinds of doors with my mouth, but I can
This is a video from Thailand of a large Asian water monitor assumedly trying to make its way to the Slurpee machine at a 7-11. Man, that sucker is HUGE. Could you imagine running into this guy when you’re just popping in to grab a couple jalapeño cream cheese taquitos
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s macro footage M&M’s melting in water comes another video from Youtube channel Another Perspective, this time some macro timelapse footage of tiny stink bugs hatching. They look so cute! Almost like something out of a Studio Ghibli movie. Speaking of stink bugs — they
This is a video from Admiralty Island in Alaska of a charging brown bear cruising past a group of hikers relaxing by a river, all of whom see incredibly calm about the situation and don’t violently pollute the river with their feces immediately. Keeping your calm like that — that’s