A spider appears to create a cast around a broken leg with its own silk. A friend was putting it outside by trapping it under a glass, accidentally catching one of it's legs. We got a bit of a shock when it started to treat itself.
While camping in Ontario, Canada, my mate left his mixed nuts on a table. He kept finding the lid off and accusing us of not replacing it until we set up the camera and caught the culprit.They are very smart, if you watch carefully you can see the animal scan the area prior to sticking the head into the container
With all that is going on in the world these days this video is a perfect reminder that life is so very precious. I am grateful that God has given us another day! May your day be filled with family, joy and happiness.
Enjoy 4 minutes of funny, adorable, and clumsy labs! Labrador Retrievers are the most popular breed in the United States for the 25th consecutive year, the longest reign of any one breed, according to 2015 AKC registration data.
The United States Army has horses that are up for adoption. The retiring horses were once part of the Old Guard Caisson Platoon, where they led military funerals, pageants, memorials and parades. When the horses retire, they need a place to go, so the Caisson Adoption Project helps pair them with a perfect home. Here’s how the horse Quincy came to live with George Whitaker, a fellow retired veteran.
From the 10/11 News Weather Team's Facebook page - "Nobody probably thought they would see something like this today. Our friend, Mr. Hawk, is VERY interested in the camera atop our tower at 40th and Vine in Lincoln, NE today!"
You may have heard the expression that dogs "see with their noses." But these creature's amazing nasal architecture actually reveals a whole world beyond what we can see. Alexandra Horowitz illustrates how the dog's nose can smell the past, the future and even things that can't be seen at all.