Share the wonder of the extraordinary place we call home. Utilizing the latest technology Our Planet was filmed entirely in Ultra High Definition in over 50 countries. From exotic jungles to the deepest seas, open your eyes to the connections we all share. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, Our Planet launches worldwide April 5th.

Albert and Delta, two adorable Labrador retrievers, took turns figuring out how to operate a machine their engineer human (previously) built for them. This game was built around two-dimensional movement, which when properly operated, would lead to a waiting reward.

A survey plane over Patagonia reveals something truly chilling: hundreds of 50-ton whales littering the shores. Who or what killed them?

Made my spine tingle just watching this. Well done to the diver, he held his composure, after having the surprise of a life time. Did exactly the right things, maintained an eye on it, screamed bubbles in dominance, didn’t shoot the shark, just fended his space, warned his mates and looked back down to visually, catch out the Sharks sneaky third approach.

“I had been Paragliding cross country for two hours near Canberra and had reached a position where I had to land. It is the last cleared valley where I could safely land, as over the next ridge there is only wilderness and trees. I decided to land on the concrete slab of the old Orroral Space Tracking Station. I was concentrating on the landing and didn’t notice the Kangaroo until after I landed. As it ran towards me I thought it was being friendly so I said ‘What’s Up, Skip?’ It then attacked me twice before hopping away. I packed up my paraglider and had to walk several kilometers to get phone reception and call a friend to come and collect me.” – Original uploader.

Rainer Schimpf had an extremely rare run-in with a Bryde’s whale, which briefly had Schimpf in its gigantic mouth. “Nothing can actually prepare you for the event when you end up inside the whale,” he said.

Hear no evil, see no evil, smell no evil 🙊

This video, from Aeon’s collection of amazing science clips, is one of those things that’s boring to read about and enthralling to watch. So I’ll just let you do the latter right here:

Go Rudy! His full name is Von Rudolph Augustus Perkins, and he stole all of our hearts at the 2019 Westminster Kennel Club Masters Agility Championship.

On February 4, Travis Kauffman was attacked and mauled by a mountain lion while trail running in northern Colorado. Unlike most tales of mountain lion attacks this one was recounted in a chilling interview with Kauffman by Colorado Parks & Wildlife. The 31-year-old American encountered a kill-or-be-killed scenario in Horse-tooth Mountain Park in which he managed to overpower an attacking mountain lion with his bare hands and suffocate it to death.

Massive Snake takes on bird. A python has been filmed trying to eat a currawong on the roof of a Kingscliff home.

“Autotuned the cat because he won’t shut up in the mornings. I don’t know how this helps but I did it anyway.”

To be fair the rabbit could have been trying anything and everything to wake his “significant other” up. I like to think this at least.

The “whale jail” is in legal limbo while Russia’s government scrambles for answers.

Nine lives or one, this display of confidence deserves a round of applause.

How many pillows did this family even own? A dog was caught red-handed after making a mess at his owner’s home by tearing off a pillow around the house. Footage captured at a home in Boston shows the moment the owner of the dog finds the ground floor of his house full of feathers.

Storm is an extraordinary wolf – the head of a pack in Canada’s frozen north that hunts the giant buffalo herds. This pack came to fame in Frozen Planet, and now cameraman Jeff Turner spends a year with Storm and his wolf family, learning how they survive in this harsh wilderness and whether Storm can pass his hunting skills on to the new generation of wolf cubs

This innocent pile of fluff didn’t stand a chance.