In a remote village in the Himalaya Tsewang Norboo has grown up with snow leopards. In his own words he shares his experiences and reveals why community based conservation is vital to saving these remarkable cats. A ambient portrait of a life high in the mountains, full of silence, dark interiors and mysterious glimpses of mystical cats.
This may very well be the happiest, saddest video I have ever seen. Better have a box of tissue on standby... With 27 World Series championships, the New York Yankees have a rich winning tradition. But there's one tradition in the storied Yankees organization that's as regal if of somewhat less renown: the 'bat dog' family of the Trenton Thunder, the Double-A affiliate.
I get close up with a WILD wolf
Callow cannot be touched by people and is very nervous as she has never been handled. She lives in a very wild and natural enclosure and it takes a while to draw her out but eventually she come out to say hi. I manage to get a couple of amazing photos before she disappears into the undergrowth
It's impossible to be a genius from birth; you can only become one by studying really hard. But some time ago, scientists started noticing certain features common in all geniuses. And we are not talking about messy hair, huge ugly glasses or high-waist pants; it's more about their behavior and habits. So look closely at yourself, who knows, maybe you're... a genius. Today we are gonna show you 10 ways science tells you that you're not a usual human, but a genius
This week's installment of our new weekly video series Meet the Record Breakers Japan Tour features multiple record-breaking martial arts expert Isao Machii, who attempts to set a new record for Most martial arts sword cuts in one minute (rush straw).
From parakeets snuggling up to their owners, cats ringing bells for treats, to dogs celebrating their birthday, these are just a few of the pets living their best life in this best life pets video compilation. I loved the bird taking a shower in the sink! Which one is your favorite? Please post your comments below the video.
A brave border collie pup was caught on camera herding sheep FOUR TIMES her size like a pro – despite never laying eyes on the mammals before.
Adorable seven-week-old pup Ciara can be seen bounding after the sheep, rounding them up and guiding them back to proud owner Daire Byrne, who claims her instincts as a fifth-generation border collie kicked in when she clapped eyes on them.
In the 29-second clip she fearlessly approaches four sheep including a defiant ram 20 TIMES her weight who lowers his horns but eventually concedes defeat and runs away.
Barn finds in suburban Detroit? Tom Cotter managed to find some in an automotive Disneyland from a 1914 Princess and an aluminum-bodied, air-cooled 1920 Franklin to a one-owner (who still owns it) 1956 Ford Crown Victoria. The most impressive find of the show? Discovered in a storage unit, is a one-of-one factory hot rod station wagon, authorized by then-Ford president Lee Iacocca himself. Too bad this one's already found a new home...
When Kristin Hartness and Jay Yontz got Ziggy, an advertised teacup pig, they were told he would stay small. Now, 5 years later their beloved pig weights about 250 pounds! Ziggy has always lived inside with them, but a pig that size proves to be difficult when trying to find homes to rent. So they bought a motor home and travel around the US.
It’s a vast, strange world out there, and no matter how much you think you know about it, there’s always something out there new to discover. The more we explore the unfounded corners of the world, the more we find. After much exploration, we’re here with the top 10 creatures you likely didn’t know existed.