Abort mission! Abort! Abort!
In an exciting 29 second-clip, filled with drama, a herd of ducks storm out into the cold snowy outdoors...only to regret the decision immediately after.
It's official now: the world has started to get a bit whacky. We have been seeing hints of this for a while, as feral hogs took over the minds of innocent Twitter denizens; I don't think Trump has been doing much to help the situation; and surely this 50 meter long penis near Geelong, Australia isn't normal (what's going on Australia?). My point is, weird things are happening. And they got even weirder when a video emerged of a mob of kangaroos hopping around on the snow. Wait - what? Snow? Australia? Kangaroos? Something is wrong.
When the dog, Ben, went missing for 48 was missing for 48 hours in terrible weather, it seemed like all hope was lost. It just so happened, the Inverness Coastguards had set out on a training course and miraculously spotted the lost pup.
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Meet Midnight, a 4-year-old black lab is being hailed a hero! When his owner was taking out the trash, Midnight sensed something was off and led his owner to his neighbor's house. Once there, they discovered his neighbor had fallen while trying to reach her bird feeder and was laying in the snow, unable to get up, for some time. Read the full story at CBS News.
What makes Snow Leopards' majestic appearance is their white coat with gorgeous pattern and their long fluffy tail. Their tails are almost as long as they are – somewhere between 80 to 105 centimeters long. Like cat's tail, their main function is helping these felines balance. But that doesn't stop there. The tails are a purrfect thing to 'nom-nom' on! So much for the majestic look…The reason for this is unclear. But who cares? It's freaking cute and silly at the same time! Via: PurrWorld
Great Big Story climbed the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado to speak with Hunter Mortenson, an avalanche technician at the local resort who works with a dog named Tali. Tali is part of an adorable canine squad comprised of dogs who help their humans save lives in the snow. Training for the dogs starts at a young age and certification can take up to two years, but to dogs like Tali it's all just a game. At the Breckenridge Resort in Colorado there is a group of 6 dogs and handlers trained specifically to rescue people lost in the woods or buried by an avalanche. These teams are the first line of defense for people when disaster strikes.