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We're all aware that cats love fish but what about the bigger guys? Do BIG cats like fish? What do you think --w ill they go crazy for the treat? 

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When wildlife biologist Lizzie Daly went diving off of Falmouth, England, she didn't except to come across such an enchanting and slightly terrifying sight -- a humongous jellyfish!  

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Meet the adorable little kitten who sucks his 'thumb' -- Dobby! Or rather, the kitten equivalent of sucking your thumb! Just prepare yourself for the sweetest two minutes, and if you can, turn that sound up to hear that lovely purr that comes with that sweet kitten face! 

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Stranger Things and cat lovers rejoice! Someone has created the purr-fect combo of the two! Cat owner Claire, made this lovely parody video of Netflix''s Stranger Things. Only, it stars only cats. Enjoy the dramatic series, told by cats, and the bravery of ChuChu, Cute DD and LuLu!

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Top 5 Cat Videos We Saw On Instagram This Week

Here are the funniest, cutest and plain bizarre cat videos of the week! Enjoy! If you missed last week's top 5, you can find it here! There are few things in this world better than scrolling through cat hashtags on Instagram. 

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An old but gold video! An amazing obstacle course setup all for a squirrel! This course comes with an old ironing board, sink plunger and some old wood! Bring on those cheeky squirrels -- this course is ready for them! 

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Aww! Who wouldn't want to play with little ball of energy?! After stuffing that adorable face in some noms, nothing sounds better than playing with a new friend! Our hearts are melting, rightfully so. 

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When Céline and her husband, were biking through the countryside of Brittany, France, they came across an adorable calico stray. The kitten was all by herself so they decided to help her and once the little calico got comfortable, she couldn't stop snuggling up to her rescuers! 

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How scary is that?! Dan Watson, photographer and father, captured something truly eerie when out flying his drone this past week, "See that dark shadow making its way straight for the shore & those people? That was my view this weekend while flying my Mavic 2 Pro… and oh, 3 of those people are my kids!"

Glad everyone was alright! 


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You've probably heard the phrase, "lucky duck," and in this case, these ducklings really are quite lucky! Terry Hill and Cathy Hogg, who both run the New Forest Home Care Companions in Fordingbridge, heard a mother duck crying and sprung straight into action! 

Mr Hill told BBC News, "Every year there's a duck that nests in the neighbor's garden and every year they come down the road to a stream in our garden but there are also two drains outside. Usually we put cardboard over the drain to stop them falling down but this year we missed it. We took up the two manhole covers and used a hanging basket to get two out. The mother wouldn't leave and stayed there until we got them all. Initially she was alarmed but then she realized were trying to help her."

Thank you Mr Hill and Mrs Hogg's for your quick response! Watch the video below:

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"What were once monsters to be feared are now curious and magnificent creatures that delight. We like to feel that science and exploration has brought about this change." - NOAA Research

This is the very first time a giant squid has been captured on footage in US Waters. Edie Widder, one of the leaders of the research team was funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, told the Washington Post it was "one of the more amazing days at sea I've ever had."

The camera that captured the amazing footage is called Medusa, it employs a red lights invisible to most creatures at deep-sea depths, and was used to lure the animals with its attached "e-jelly" display, which mimics the bioluminescence of a deep-sea jelly fish.

Upon reviewing the Medusa's footage, the team wrote in their mission log, "People quickly gathered around. We knew immediately that it was a squid. It was also big, but because it was coming straight at the camera, it was impossible to tell exactly how big."

The scientists identified it to be a juvenile giant squid, about 10 to 12 feet long. 

Read the full story at Ocean Explorer