Nov 252014
Creepy Weird Deep-Sea Anglerfish Caught On Camera

The elusive Anglerfish is the stuff of nightmares. The creepy deep-sea fish is rarely observed in its natural habitat, but the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute captured rare footage of the beast 600 meters deep using their remotely operated underwater vehicle. The institute believes that this is the “first video footage ever made of this species alive and at depth.”

Their unique clip has gone viral over the weekend with over 4.75 million hits so far!


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Nov 192014
Angry Ram Really Doesn’t Like Punching Bag

Male sheep are called rams for a good reason. They instinctively love ramming each other and their enemies with their heads and horns. Buddhanz is YouTube home of the angry ram. This video of the angry ram tearing down a punching was posted a month ago, but it has only gone viral now with over a quarter million hits!


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Nov 182014
Squirrel Steals GoPro, Carries It Up Tree

Squirrels and other wild rodents are now in overdrive, collecting and hoarding as much food as possible for the long, cold winter. Viva Frei attached a piece of bread to a GoPro camera, and laid it on the ground to record the squirrels. He never would have guessed that the little squirrel would actually take the camera with the bread up a tree. Thankfully, after realizing the plastic and metal of the camera didn’t taste that good, the little guy dropped the camera down. 

This week old video has gone viral with over 2.5 million views


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Nov 122014
Young Elephant Survives Attack By Lion Pack

The cameraman assumed it was all over when he saw a pack of fourteen lions attack a young elephant. Lions can take down a fully grown elephant when they are really hungry, so it seemed the little guy didn’t stand a chance. But amazingly, he never gave up. Finally, after apparently realizing that cats hate water, the elephant ran into the watering hole until he created space between him and the cats. 


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Nov 102014
Lyrebird Makes Awesome Laser Sounds

The Lyrebird is known in the animal kingdom as being the greatest copycat in the wild. The BBC covered the bird’s amazing mimicking abilities back in 2007. The bird can recreate almost any sound it ever hears. Wen Hao Lee saw a lyrebird in the wild that had the uncanny ability to make laser gun sounds.  


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