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Courageous Animals On Skateboards

Animals on skateboards. Something that you probably haven't seen before. An adventurous human transportation tool that even most humans don't use. From little turtles on mini skateboards to fully grown cats and dogs on human-sized skateboards. Somehow, these pictures manage to be ridiculous, adorable, and kind of amazing all at the same time. To the point of making us want to somehow get our pets on skateboards. 

Most importantly though, these genius pics are so out there that they are the absolute perfect distraction for when you need something to not think about too much. This, and also a collection of dogs who behave suspiciously like cats hmm...

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Friday Means It's Time to Watch These 20 GIFs of Animals Skateboarding While Scrounging Through The Internet to Find The Classic Film, Most Vertical Primate 2

The second greatest skateboarding animal movie, 2001's Most Vertical Primate 2, really brought numerous question regarding life to strong fruition. We have no capacity to talk about them in the simulacrum but we do have plenty of other GIFs of animals skateboarding to watch in awe. Please share any other GIFs of animals shredding in the comments.

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Blade is a spur-thighed tortoise who can’t walk on his own due to a bone metabolism disorder. His heavy shell puts too much strain on his weak legs.

So a German vet name Dr. Carsten Plischke decided to build him a tiny wheelchair made out of his son’s Legos.

He glued the blocks to the bottom of his shell, and with the extra support, he can now glide around much easier while building up strength in his legs.

The video is in German, but the overwhelming cuteness transcends all languages.

For the next iteration how about we upgrade him to a sweet Lego DeLorian?