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You know those times when you’re too lazy to walk, and take the bus instead? This seal might just be your spirit animal. This little puppy of the sea was captured hitching a ride on the front of an unnamed ship that was heading into Melbourne, lying flat as a pancake along the vessel’s bulbous bow.

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Crowds in Ha Nam, Vietnam can be heard screaming in shock as he rips his bloodied cheek from the reptile’s grasp. He gets free just as the croc winds up to perform a notorious death roll, which sees it drag its prey to the ground and twist violently.

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Bengal cats are a breed that were developed from breeding domestic cats with asian leopard cats. The first American bengal breeder is a woman named Jean Mill, but her work has continued through other breeders. We meet one of those breeders, Anthony Hutcherson, at the Westminster Dog Show. Besides bengals, there is another hybrid breed: savannahs. Instead of asian leopard cats, savannahs were developed by breeding house cats with servals. Unlike the other two breeds, the last breed we met, toygers, are not hybrid cats. Breeder Judy Sugden created the breed by carefully breeding domestic cats with qualities that resemble wild tigers.

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Little Olly the Jack Russell Terrier went off script in the Rescue Dog Agility at Crufts 2017. This dog is a highlight of the internet this year so far!

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A Gold Coast surfer has been left “stinging” after a close encounter with a leaping dolphin. Sam Yoon was surfing at Duranbah when a leaping dolphin landed on top of him. He said the dolphin landed on his shoulder and back, but his face was also hurting as a result of the collision. But he said he still loved dolphins. “So chilled…I was singing to them for like the whole surf, beautiful,” he said.

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Justin Kobylka breeds snakes with unique patterns and sells them.The patterns are caused by recessive mutations that do occur naturally, but it is extremely unlikely to happen in the wild. The extremely rare snake could be sold for at least $US4,500 but Justin told Business Insider that he will keep this particular animal due to it’s “uniqueness”.

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A scuba diving instructor was leading a group of tourists on a dive off Cayman Brac when he made the bizarre discovery of a shark with a kitchen knife sticking out of its head. He coolly swam down and removed the knife from the shark, which appears to have survived the ordeal.

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My favourite part is when the little black dog gets a quick pepper spray blast and then quickly realises he f**ked up and retreats to the grass. Really made him wanna quit this attack business and go on a car ride. Almost immediately forgives the cop too. Dogs are too good.

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Florida golf courses are known all over the world as being home to wildlife, specifically alligators. A family were teeing off at Seven Springs Golf Club in Florida when they spotted one walking across the ground, with its huge lunch.

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This is how I caught my girlfriend. With a GoPro camera strapped to an eagle, we get a bird’s eye view as she goes in search of a fox. If you’ve ever wondered how an eagle can capture such an animal, look no further than this clip, which features some spectacular views of eastern Mongolia as well.

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“Myself and two of my buddies were at the beach fishing for jacks while we saw a shark struggling in the surf. We realised it was wrapped around something and ran to see if we could help. At this point my buddy Adam jumped into the surf to rescue the black tip shark. We then got the fishing line unwrapped from around the body and took the hook out of its jaw. Adam then released the shark and it swam off to live another day.”

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A hungry alligator stole a large fish off the line of a young boy attempting to reel in his catch from a pier. A video posted to Facebook by Bass Masters And Fish Experts shows an excited young boy attempting to reel in a large fish while fishing with two men from a pier. One of the men warns the boy, Conner, that there’s an alligator coming, but the warning comes too late.

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“ISIS has just sent an innocent animal with explosives wrapped around it to our position to try and blow our troops up. We have disarmed the explosives and taken them off. Animal is being sent to the Baghdad Zoo for a nice break from the war zone and well away from ISIS fighters trying to blow animals up for their sick war.”

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Move over Irwin family, there’s a new wildlife warrior in town. Teenager Oli Wardrope has, in quintessential Queensland style, shirtlessly wrangled a snake from under a ute, with barely a flicker of fear. All before heading off for school. I love this dude.

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A Russian snowboarders helmet camera was rolling when his downhill run was brought to an end by an unexpected collision with a wandering sheep. He appears to notice too late that he is headed straight toward the sheep, which sends him crashing to the ground.

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The great white shark follows the bodyboarder riding a wave and then spots the surfer sitting on his board waiting for another wave. He doesn’t appear to know the shark is approaching. When the surfer starts kicking his right foot in preparation to catch the wave, the sudden movement scares off the great white shark. It isn’t clear how the warning system works once a shark is spotted by a drone, or whether those riding waves in this video were made aware of the shark’s presence. But hopefully the system works.

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A French waitress has shown Australian diners how it’s done, saving the day by dragging a giant goanna out of the restaurant she was working in. No questions asked. The goanna strolled into Mimosa Wines’ restaurant on the New South Wales’ South Coast on the weekend. At first glance waitress Samia Lila thought it was a dog. The goanna went under a table causing frightened diners to start screaming. Lila then decided to grab it and drag it out.

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A bull escaped from a Queens slaughterhouse and was free on the streets for two hours, but died after being captured, the police said. The police officers shot the bull with several tranquilliser darts, but it kept moving. Video from a news helicopter showed the animal trotting down streets and onto lawns, with a police car in slow pursuit. Check it out!