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A pheasant, named Phil by the residents of Costessey, Norwich, has staked his claim to a quiet street on a city housing estate. Phil is known to be quite the "terror" as he considers the area to be his territory and guards it fiercely. Residents have taken to carrying bird seeds in case they run into Phil, but otherwise, do their best to avoid Phil entirety. Courtesy of BBC News

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This video will show you how to build an easy and extremly entertaining game whack-a-mole from cardboard. 

Materials you'll need: cardboard, 2-4mm metal wire, pcv pipe, some wood and black textile. 

This whack a mole game will train your cat's reaction and concentration so, it's not just a fun game - it's an educational training simulator for your pet :)

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Watch little, tiny Oscar kitten struggle to stay awake or fall asleep. Brian finally gives the little guy the support he needs for a comfortable nap

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The white hill on the farm posted this video with the following text: 'We have five barncats… and one of them now lives with our chickens. He's been banished from the clowder, but I think he's pretty happy with his new feathered friends". What do you think?

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A curious moose wandered into a building at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage, Alaska, few days ago. According to the Associated Press, the female moose entered the building attached to the hospital just like any human patient — through the lobby doors — and then just stood around taking in the décor … and then eating the decor. The large animal munched on a few of the tropical plants by the doors, reports Anchorage Daily News, but didn't seem to take a shine to the ad-hoc salad bar. After tasting a few of the plants, the moose stood inside for a few more moments before seeing herself out. 

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Cats are meant to have funny names but how many of those funny names will they answer to?  Will they answer to other cat names? What funny names do your cats answer to?


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the couch on New Year's eve, enjoying their toys and treats, while they decide to write their New Year's Dog Resolutions.. These cute dogs play and have fun until the clock strikes midnight, and all of a sudden their resolutions come true.. and now they might regret their resolutions in this cute dog video.

Via BBC Earth
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Gordon Buchanan From The BBC Earth comes face to face with a huge wild polar bear who is keen to get to what smells like a tasty meal.


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Heartbreaking Video of Grieving Horse Crying At His Owner’s Funeral Goes Viral

We realize the strong bond animals have with humans when tragedy hits. For sweet horse Sereno his world fell apart when he lost his best friend, Wagner Lima. Via: Newsner

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Via BBC Earth
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From the endless rituals of Bonsai making to the panda that didn't realise she had twins, passing through lions fighting hyenas and the cute pika, rediscover the best videos of 2018 from BBC Earth.




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Welcome To The Cutest Place On Earth - The Rabbit Island In Japan

Do you love adorable furry animals? we have found the perfect place for you! 

Located in eastern Hiroshima, Rabbit Island is a small enclave occupied by hundreds of wild rabbits that roam the forests and fields, chasing tourists for food. Japan isn't short of places with mythical tales and extraordinary history, but Rabbit Island is certainly one of the most unusual.Despite the nickname usagi-shima (Rabbit Island), thanks to the hundreds of wild rabbits in the area, the island of Okunoshima in the Seto Inland Sea has a dark history dating back to 1929. The government constructed a large poisonous gas production facility on the island. The facilities were destroyed after the defeat in World War II, but these days urban explorers can visit some abandoned structures. To bring back peace, it is thought that schoolchildren released rabbits onto the island, and over the past 50 years, they have reproduced at a great rate, eventually conquering the island. Join us for a tour on the island. 

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