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This commercial takes a harsh turn when a sign language speaking orangutan tells a little girl her food is destroying his home. Rainforests are being destroyed for palm oil and pushing the last wild orangutans to the brink of extinction. You can submit to a photo petitions to end this madness at inyourpalm.org.

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This guy has his ape impersonations down to a fine art. The resemblance is uncanny! Credit where credit is due, this guy is seriously talented.

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These kayakers spotted some whales off the coast of Argentina, then of of nowhere the whales turned in their direction and came over to say hello. Awesome!

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When this dog accidentally makes a baby girl cry, he goes above and beyond to make her feel better by bringing her all the toys. He nailed it with the playstation controller!

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Watching happy dogs run through a field is always a nice thing to see, but its made even better when the dogs are all on wheels! These inspirational dogs don’t let a disability slow them down one bit!

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This 4m/13ft great white shark came just meters from the waters edge at coronation beach in Western Australia. It was continually swimming about 50m out then coming back to the shore. Two days later it was found washed up on the same beach.

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“At Linda Bean’s Maine Lobster in Rockland, Maine, workers are ripping live animals apart limb from limb. Some are dumped, still alive, into boiling water, while others are left in bins to die in agony. Workers tear off live lobsters’ claws and then use metal pipes to pry their heads from their bodies. Tails and claws are saved while the remaining parts of the lobsters’ bodies are trashed, still alive and able to feel pain. Crabs are suffering, too, as they are slammed against sharp metal spikes to break off their top shells, and then their exposed internal organs are violently scrubbed off with spinning brushes. Still alive, they are then slowly lowered into a vat of boiling water.” – Peta

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After many thousands of years of evolution, cats have become the ultimate parkour machines, the only trick is training one to do it. This cat has it sorted!

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If you haven’t ever considered getting your pilots license, this video make make you consider it. See what it’s really like way up in the air for these majestic birds as they gaze down on us land dwellers. Epic!

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Who ordered the anchovies? That’s what beach-goers may be asking after a huge swarm of the oily fish descended on the shallow waters of La Jolla Shores, California, this week. “It is rare to see so many anchovy abutting the surf zone,” said Professor Dave Checkley of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. “More usually, schools are seen hundreds of yards to many miles offshore.”

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This rider was in the middle of a sneezing attack when a car behind him couldn’t stop and hit him. The rider heard the skids and had look around to see the car coming, but didn’t have enough time to get out of the way. Ouch!

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This epic little platypus loves playing in the water and loves a belly tickle. A mammal with a bill? Yep, Australia has got it all!

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Disturbing new footage has emerged of sheep in New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria being stomped on the head, brutally cut and bashed with hammers. Filmed by undercover investigators the video has sparked calls for a total boycott of all wool products. “PETA’s in-depth investigations show that—no matter how much anyone might wish it to be so – there is no such thing as ‘humane’ wool,” said Daphna Nachminovitch, an official at PETA. “The industry is infested with violence and PETA documented cruelty in nearly every shearing shed that we entered.”

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We all watch people stuff their faces with delicious food. That type of thing is all over the internet and TV. But tiny hedgehogs and hamsters putting in work on a tiny birthday cake? That’s a first!

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A man has been rushed to hospital after a crocodile latched onto his hands and dragged him into an enclosure at a zoo on the NSW south coast. The crocodile handler, Trent Burton, was taken to Shoalhaven District Hospital on Monday suffering bites to both hands after being attacked at Shoalhaven Zoo at north Nowra. He was presenting a regular feeding show at the zoo at 12pm when the 3.7 metre male crocodile, known as John, latched on and dragged him into the water. If anyone cares, I got a pretty serious paper cut yesterday. I didn’t catch it on film, but nonetheless, it’s a painful cut. There is danger in all of our jobs.

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Watch as friends Mark and Eric safely remove rattlesnakes from residential areas in Orange County, California and release them back into their natural habitat.

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This video comes with a serious warning to viewers who are easily offended, this video is shot in portrait! Now that we have the whiners taken care of, this Wisconsin Lumberjack saves a black bear using his wits and skill!

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This drone was filming a shark as it cruised along the coastline near a bunch of paddle boarders. Then one of them catches a wave and runs right on the top of the shark. Hopefully that shark doesn’t grow massive and want revenge on humans!