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South Park Takes on Japanese Whaling

Stan and his family are spending his birthday at the Denver Aquarium where they will get to swim with the dolphins. Things turn bloody when the Japanese attack, kill all the dolphins and ruin Stan’s big day.

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Dolphin Football - dolphins toss jellyfish sky high!

Cardigan Bay holds Britains largest coastal population of bottlenose dolphins. Every summer, between 150 and 250 dolphins inhabit these waters, forming very significant breeding and feeding grounds...

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"Flying Devils" Terrorize Inhabitants of Falkland Islands

Wild Chronicles follows National Geographic filmmakers to the South Atlantic's Falkland Islands, where mischievous Johnny Rooks are causing a commotion. Known as "flying devils," these clever birds seem to band together to terrorize creatures great and small. under travel and places?

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The Daily Show Correspondents on Riding Animals to Work

Now, one might think that asking people what animal they'd like to ride work would be a silly thing to do, but, as I think you'll discover from watching this video it's anything but. It seems goofy and idiotic in theory, but in practice it just works. Also, Grizzly Adams DID have a beard.

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Polar Bear Poops Underwater (Warning: Cannot Unsee)

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Kangaroo Videobomb!

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Bullfrogs: The Great White Sharks of Arizona Inlands

Introduced by the state government as wild game for sportsmen, bullfrogs have made Arizona their new home on the range. With no natural predators and plenty to eat, the bullfrogs are taking over. With a mouth as big as the great outdoors, Wild Chronicles follow conservationists’ fears that these big bullies may be devouring native species.

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Genius Parrot

Polly knows his shapes and colors.

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Otters holding hands

Vancouver Aquarium: two sea otters float around, napping, holding hands. SO CUTE!

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Lovemaking Green Couple

Mating behaviour of the Thomisidae family spider (Oxytate striatipes). The male engaged his palp into female's epigynum. He twiched his abdomen up and down during insemination. Early-June, 2007 in Japan.

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Hillarious jumping spider mating behaviour

Came across this vid of a male jumping spider (Salticidae) trying very very hard to excite a female jumping spider. That thing it does...with it's front legs...tres cool. He taps, he scrapes, he turns and twists...he stops!...quite funky! Make sure you turn up the volume on your speakers...the sounds are half the act

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Hunt for the Mega Fish!

Zeb Hogan,a biologist from the University of Reno has launched the Mega Fish project in conjunction with the National Geographic Society, in a last ditch attempt to save “the real-life Loch Ness monsters and Bigfoots of the aquatic world.”

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Louis CK's stupid dog (1)

Stupid dog eating ... jet of water

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Don't worry. It doesn't hurt much

A Dalmatian reassures a kitty as they wait for their zoonose vaccination shots in Hyderabad, India. Zoonoses are diseases transmitted between animals and humans.

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The dog-bodybuilder

Pile of muscles on the one dog.

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Wasp Catches Spider Mid-Flight

Great nature shot of a huge wasp eating a spider in the air.

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Butterfly in a cocoon

Butterfly in a cocoon

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Sitting in a 3.8-metre sea kayak and

Sitting in a 3.8-metre sea kayak and watching a four-metre great white approach you is a fairly tense experience

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Autofahrer aufgepasst: Junge Igel! (5 Fotos)

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World's tallest dog loses leg

The world's tallest dog is dealing with bone cancer and had to have a leg amputated. KOVR reports.

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