Mom Rabbit Fights off Snake to Save Her Babies


After realizing the snake killed at least one of her babies, the heroic hare relentlessly chased and attacked the snake until it slithered away in defeat.

Mother rabbits are fiercely protective of their babies. Weak, slow, and helpless, their eyes don't even open until almost a week after birth, making them an easy dinner for many predators: Weasels, rats, cats, and of course snakes, to name a few.



Two-Faced Cat: Frank And Louie

Frank and Louie was born with one brain, but had two faces, two mouths, two noses and three blue eyes. He had only one functional mouth, however, with the other being born without a bottom jaw.

Record Breaker Limbos Under Car

A world record holding limbo queen thinks she has become the first person to shimmy under a car. However, regular performances put an incredible strain on her body and she sees a chiropractor once a week to have her hips realigned.

Look Out

New York is an interesting camera joke.

Hypnotization Instinct In Animals

Hypnotization Instinct In Animals. Alligators have been on then planet for more than 150 million years.