He Spent 5 Years Of His Life Trying To Film THIS. Watch What He Caught Coming Out Of The Hole!

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What looks like some type of cross between a bear, a dog, a skunk, a raccoon, and a weasel? Here’s one hint, it’s an animal that only a few lucky souls have ever managed to see out in the wild. Here is another hint, it’s also the name of a fictional character in the X-Men comic series. Give up yet? The answer is a wolverine!

Wolverines are one of the hardest to find and photograph animals on Earth. They live in some of the most inhospitable places, and in the most remote regions, all across the northernmost portions of our planet. The scrappy animals look more like bears than their fellow weasel family members thanks to their short stocky build, heavy fur coat, and huge paws with razor sharp claws.

Wolverines are hard to track down and locate in part because they’re extremely solitary animals who like to roam. Since they occupy territories that can be anywhere from 50 to over 350 square miles, that’s a huge area of territory to hide and search through.

In addition, they’re also nocturnal and are most active at night when they go out hunting and it’s super cold and dark outside. Adding to their rarity is the fact that they are built for their habitat and can move with precision speed across snowy, mountainous terrain.

Anyone even attempting to keep up with one wouldn’t stand a chance, no matter how much specialized gear or in shape they may be. Wolverines have earned their reputation for being ghost-like and ultra evasive. They’re virtually impossible to observe unless one is trapped, which is what makes this footage so rare and unique.

It was captured by Andrew Manske, a wildlife filmmaker who has spent his life’s work recording amazing footage of some of the world’s hardest to find animals. It took him five long years to finally catch a wild wolverine and her kits on film, a moment which he describes as “the highlight of my career as a wildlife filmmaker.” Check out the clip here and see how a wild wolverine acts and moves through the snow.

Manske filmed the female and her babies when he was working on a documentary for Canada’s CBC called Wolverine: Ghost of the Northern Forest. He even managed to capture the family active in broad daylight, which is highly unusual.

He attributed that fact to the likely possibility that a nearby predator was lurking somewhere in the area, and so the mother moved dens to keep her babies safe and sound to the best of her abilities.

Whatever her reasons may have been, it’s certainly a beautiful sight to see a devoted mother taking care of her young babies in the wild, where they belong as mother nature intended.

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Baby Plays In Her First Snow! But Keep Your Eye On The Right Side Of The Screen For THIS Unexpected Surprise!

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Those of us who have had kids, know about all the “FIRSTS” that we try to capture on video.  There is baby’s first solid food, first step, first word etc.  For those of us who experience true winters, there is baby’s first snow! Luckily my parents caught my first snow on video and it’s so nostalgic to look back on it today!

The video you are about to watch below was taken by a mother, who wanted to capture her adorable toddler’s first experience in the snow.  The little girl is bundled up in an adorable pink snow suit, and seems to be very interested in a big tire that is just sitting there.

Her mom starts to comment on her interest in the position of the tire, but what she ends up unexpectedly capturing in this footage is hilarious! In a million nears I’d never think to see this.. Watch the video below and enjoy!

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Daddy Shows His Baby a Dandelion For The First Time Ever But His Reaction Made Me Spit My Drink Out!

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There is nothing more delicious than the sound of a young tot’s laugh when he is experiencing something for the first time.  It’s often the simplest thing that tickles his funny bone.  I’ve seen many videos of babies laughing and they always set off my own giggles.  This one has just left me in a good mood all day!

Little Buzz Fletcher (adorable name) is strapped to his dad’s (Tom) back to take a walk in the park.  Tom comes upon a dandelion that has the white fuzz.  He picks it and blows the top off for little Buzz.  The darling boy’s delight and laughter is a sound that I can listen to over and over.  And I have!

His dad couldn’t get enough of Buzz’s reaction either, as he picked several more dandelions to elicit his hysterical laughter.  His tiny little four front teeth are shown off as he bursts into fits of laughter, that keeps his dad giggling too.  Watch and rewatch!  It’ll make your day!

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A Birth Of An Orangutan Is Caught For The First Time. What She Does With The Baby Blew Me Away!

Birth and motherhood are among the greatest miracles life has produced. In this video, we receive for the FIRST TIME EVER the opportunity to observe firsthand the magic of birth and the tender caring of a mother Sumatran Orangutan for her baby. Never before has the birth of a Sumatran Orangutan been caught on tape. But its what the mother does after she gives birth that is the most touching. After cleaning off her baby with gentle care, she brings her pride and joy to the conservationist to show what an incredible life she has created..

The word orangutan comes from the Malay and Indonesian words orang, meaning “human” and hutan, meaning “forest”. So orangutan means “human of the forest”. They are arboreal, which means they spend most of their time in trees. Almost every night they create a new, elaborately designed nest made of branches and foliage in which to sleep. The beds can be very complex and may have foliage versions of mattress, pillows, blankets and roofs.

The orangutan is an endangered species of great ape found only in Asia, and is one of the most intelligent animals on the planet. They frequently use a wide range of tools for a variety of purposes, using as many as 74 distinct tools for gathering and preparing food. Culture, defined by Merriam-Webster as the “beliefs, customs, arts, etc. of a particular society, group, place or time” was once believed to be exclusive to the human race. We now know that the great apes have their own distinct cultures, with various groups having different skills and tools than other groups, and orangutans have been observed learning tool use from each other.

Orangutans are social-solitary, which means they have social interactions but the adults spend most of their time alone. The most dominant social bond is between a mother and her dependent offspring. They can live to be about 30 years old and the females generally have their first offspring when they are about 15 years old. Their gestation period lasts about 8 months and they have a very long interbirth interval, the amount of time between births, which can be anywhere from 6-9 years long.

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This Baby Boy Tastes A Lemon For The First Time 3x In a Row. His Reaction Is An Unexpected Surprise!

Lemon is one of the healthiest citrus fruits; packed with Vitamin C combined with its pH balance, makes the lemon a powerful antibacterial and antioxidant agent.  However, eating lemon by itself, without dilution can be quite a sour experience. There are so many videos on the internet of people trying foods for the first time, but sour lemons never cease to entertain.

You may have seen videos of babies tasting lemon for the first time on the internet, but you have never seen this adorable little tike in the video below.  The number of reactions he has is just beyond belief. All the different faces he makes which then turn into little smiles are absolutely fascinating.

Watch as he does everything in his power to adjust to this new overwhelming taste.  Going from the “sour shakies” to laughter, back again and then some serious effort to adjust.  Finally, it’s as if he is saying, “nice try mom, but I don’t think so!” Enjoy the video below and let us know if you loved it as much as we did!

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THIS 2 Week Old Pup Howls For The 1st Time Ever. Now Watch His Proud Mama’s Funny Reaction!

Do you know when you giggle the deepest, soul-filling laugh that makes you feel like a little kid and you can’t control it? That’s the kind of giggle this video provides. In just twenty short seconds an effing adorable puppy gains a little more communication with the world.

He starts the ascent of his hoot with innocent little grumbles and whines. Then he notices what happens when he opens his mouth. He is so impressed with himself that he belts it out from the bottom of his lungs. He falls out of howl when he runs out of air, and no sooner than his next breath is it he at it again.

This Alaskan Malamute is only fourteen days old and sounds almost like a cat meowing. His short howl meanders into barks and then mama dog succinctly tells him to pipe it down. He responds with whimpers and retaliation, which leads to the gang chiming in. It’s funny how as pet owner’s, we bark when our dogs do. Who’s really in charge?

I love videos like this that are short little uplifts to your day. They come in with a jolt of impact and when it’s over you’re left with reassurance that the world is all kinds of beautiful. Cute baby animals lift the spirits of every being they come in contact with, creating joy and laughter for people throughout the earth and in the endless realms of the interwebs.

The cuteness of the baby animal is so powerful, it holds the very fabric of human society in a higher state of vibration through welcomed psychological manipulations, exercised through very large, round heads and relatively enormous eyes. Thank you, cute baby animals!

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