Need a pick-me-up from the woes of everyday life? 4 minutes of Bradley Friesen and his bulldog Bentley’s helicopter adventure is guaranteed to erase even the darkest thoughts from your mind. Bradley & Bentley should be the basis for an animated series.
WIRED looks one of nature’s stranger creations – the mudskipper, an odd little dude who’s somewhere between fish and reptile, able to crawl out of the water and walk on land, while still breathing through water it stores in its cheeks. Also, they remind us of Ren & Stimpy.
Shot in Galapagos, this excerpt from Planet Earth II sees a newly hatched marine iguana surrounded by racer snakes, which had already devoured most of the hatchling’s kin. Apparently, this is the first time that snakes have been seen hunting en masse. More here.
“So the next problem we have is how to get a dragon out of the toilet.” BBC’s Planet Earth II shares an unnerving moment in Indonesia, in which cameraman Mark MacEwen came back to his hotel room to find an unwanted visitor in the loo. By the end we find out why it was in there.
While most of the dogs we know either splash around like madmen in the water or make a hasty retreat, Picha Puri Zo’s Siberian husky dog is about as chill as they get, and enjoys floating around the pool at doggy daycare like a sun-worn vacationer on an inflatable pool raft.
The beautiful purple and orange hues of dawn breaking over England’s Poole Harbor are usually enough motivation for Dave Mott to walk his dog along the shore. But one day, he came across something extra special. A solitary Japanese Sika deer bounding along the beach.
2 Chainz and his DJ E. Sudd met with the owner of JumpnSpots to check out some of the latter’s crazy expensive kittens. The cattery is known for its “ocicats”, a mixed breed that’s playful and looks like an ocelot. They also have half-serval kittens that go for $15K each.
It’s every rally driver’s worst nightmare – an animal runs into the middle of the course. Most of the time it results in a nasty collision or the car running off the road to avoid it. Not so for this scrappy pup, and equally lucky rally drivers, who must have someone looking out for them.
A reminder that not every encounter with a bear ends up like The Revenant. While shooting wildlife pics, this photographer was approached by a brown bear who decided to sit down right next to him. If it weren’t shot back in 2014, we’d be wondering if it were Adam Savage.
We’re not sure what it is with animals and action cameras, what with seagulls, octopi, and lions taking a liking to the gadgets. Recently, Viva Frei set the diminutive GoPro Session camera on the ground in a park, and a squirrel decided to take it for a trip into the trees.