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Fox cub gets head stuck in a wheel!
With recent news stories about dogs getting stuck in tyres, we thought we would revisit one of our strangest rescues to date. Out team was called out to a fox cub 'stuck in a fence', but when rescuer, Goff, arrived, it turned out to be something very different! Goff rushed the cub back to the centre, where Simon and vet nurse, Sara, had their work cut out getting the little fox free. Amazingly, the fox was freed without the need to cut through the wheel and, after a brief recovery time, it could be returned to the wild!

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GoPro: Orphan Elephants From Kenya
When a baby elephant is orphaned, it is sometimes because its mother and family have been killed by poachers in the ivory trade. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya rescues these orphans and reintegrates them back into the wild herds of Tsavo National Park. In addition to elephant rescue and rehabilitation the DSWT also funds anti-poaching units to patrol the park and conservation efforts to limit conflict between humans and elephants over natural resources. To donate visit: https://www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org

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Funny Black Bear Cubs First Attempts to Conquer Treetops
From the moment they leave their den, black bears have a natural instinct to climb. Watch these cubs' first attempts to conquer treetops!

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Toilet Tissue from The Carol Burnett Show (full sketch)
A housewife (Carol Burnett) returns home after running some errands. She finds that her entire family has deserted her because they don't like the toilet tissue she purchased.

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Taking Birdwatching to the Extreme
In 2016, Arjan Dwarshuis took his love for birdwatching to extreme lengths. He boarded over 140 flights to 40 different countries, journeying through jungles and forests in search of the birds of the world. During his epic 366-day trip, he smashed the world record, observing 6,856 species of birds—that’s 65% of the global bird population.

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