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'Spider Cat' Walks Up A Wall Effortlessly And Goes Viral

All cats love climbing, but this three-year-old British shorthair has full-on mastered it. After a video of her climbing a wall effortlessly went viral in China, she dubbed the 'spider-cat', and her purrfessional climbing skills took over everyone's hearts. 

The owner of Qiqi, Ms Luo, a high school teacher, told MailOnline that her cat has always loved climbing and enjoys spending her days leaping up and down from supposedly unreachable places. "Qiqi loves climbing the walls, the doors. Wherever is the highest, she would try to get up there," Ms Luo explained.

In the beginning, Ms Luo would watch Qiqi every single time she climbed, worried that she would fall and hurt herself, but Qiqi never disappointed, continuously impressing her owner, and now us, with her amazing climbing skills. Ms Luo had been capturing videos like that and sharing them on Douyin, one of them going incredibly viral. 

Millions of viewers on social media were impressed with the little spider kitty, and we are part of them now. For more spider cats being totally impressive weirdos, click right here.

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Pawdorable Bear Cubs Climbing Up Trees

Us humans take months, sometimes over a year to take our first steps, while many animals only ever take a couple minutes. But some animal babies are capable of even more than that, like these tiny totally safe-to-cuddle bear cubs who have already perfected the art of climbing trees at their tini-tiny age. 

It's an experience every tiny bear cub will go through at some point in their lives, and not only is it insanely impressive, it is also incredibly cute. So, take a look at these pawdoable bear cubs taking their first steps (up a tree) with their mommies there to help and protect them and enjoy your heart melting of cute. 

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Pictures of Mountain Goats Defying Gravity

Mountain goats, or cliff-climbing goats, are actually not real goats! They are part of the antelope family.

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They have mastered the art of climbing near-vertical slopes all in order to protect themselves from both animal and human predators. 

They are said to be an animal of high intelligence and quite alien-y..., due to their out-of-this-world defying gravity skills. 

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When "Spider- Sheep" Climb And Defy Laws Of Physics

Conservation biologist @biologistimoshared a video of blue sheep appearing to walk at an impossible angle in the Valley of the Cats in China. Some noted that it feels like the video is the wrong way up. Video via @biologistimo

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Little Saki the sloth found this rope but had no idea what should he do with it. You will not believe how cute he is. 

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From the moment they leave their den, black bears have a natural instinct to climb. In this cute clip from the BBC documentary nature series, 24/7 Wild, adorable black bear cubs leave their den to learn to conquer the treetops for the first time.


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In this amusing clip from the BBC Earth nature series, Gorilla Family and Me, Scottish wildlife filmmaker Gordon Buchanan watches as a family of silverback gorillas struggle to climb up trees. Life in the trees can be hard when you weigh over 200 pounds. 

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Why Are There Goats In The Trees Of Morocco?

The Argania tree is not the most aesthetically pleasing plant in the world with a rough, thorny bark and gangly, crooked branches. But these Moroccan trees still tend to attract admirers, thanks in large part to the hordes of goats that can usually be found perching in them.

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