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In this amusing clip from the upcoming PBS nature documentary special, "A Squirrel's Guide to Success," clever squirrels put their intelligence and agility to the test when they must overcome a a tricky obstacle course to reach some tasty hazelnuts.

Via Ted-Ed
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The Ancient Egyptian king Thutmose III described the chicken as a marvelous foreign bird that "gives birth daily." Romans brought them on their military campaigns to foretell the success of future battles. Today, this bird occupies a much less honorable position – on dinner plates. Chris Kniesly explains the evolving role of chickens throughout history. 



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Ever wondered what your pet does when you're not around?

After receiving multiple complaints from neighbors about all the daily screaming and loud music, all happening while he was at work, the owner decided to do some detective work.

The owner, however, had a hunch of what it could be happening since his dog loves to sing whenever he plays piano. He set up a 'nanny cam' and what he saw surprised him and the neighbors.

Turns out his pooch is quite the aspiring musician!

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Do you want to understand your dog better? Did you know that most of the dogs don't like when you pat their heads? The people at Brightside collected 12 of these annoying habits that your beloved pets don't like at all.



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I Let My Dog Walk Me For A Day is a popular challenge but why isn't anyone walking their cat?  

The Mean Kitty decided to take on the challenge and let his cat walk him too. This was his cat's first time outside so he wasn't really surprised by what happened. 



Via BBC Earth
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When having multiple cubs, pandas will usually only care for one baby and abandon the other, but switching them around might be the key for both twins' survival. One more fascinating video by BBC Earth.