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If only this group of ducklings could be around when the police pull us over for a moving violation. A sweet officer loses the speed demon he was pursuing, thanks to this adorable group of feathered friends. Instead of zooming around them, officer Mark James pulls over and makes sure the group crosses the road safely. Because of his act of kindness, he loses the speeder, but he walks away a hero in our hearts!...

Would you still ride piggyback if you could? Every child's favorite game ends for one main reason - they literally outgrow it. Sunshine, the baby anteater in this video, doesn't know that pain yet. He's still wee enough (and unsteady enough on his feet) to get around on his mama's back. But just because his mom's a big girl doesn't mean she wouldn't do the same if she could. Watch the video to see what we mean....

Baby Goat Walks on Two Legs

Here we have a baby goat that enjoys walking on his two front legs. Why? Because he can. There's nothing wrong with making life a little more interesting, even without any real reason. Plus, showing off for the camera is always fun. Who knows? Maybe one day all goats will get around by walking on their two front legs. Wouldn't that be something?...

STOCKHOLM - A seal pup was found in a forest in eastern Sweden on Sunday almost six kilometres (four miles) from the closest body of open water, raising questions as to how it got there, Swedish media reported. "A somewhat confused person called and said he was out walking in the woods where he had found a seal pup. I thought he was joking at first," Uppsala police inspector Henrik Pederson told news agency TT. Hunter Robert Sandefors, who was asked by police to take care of the pup, said the seal had probably made its way into the woods on its own, based on tracks visible in the snow. Police said the seal had probably crawled three kilometres over sea ice and three kilometres into the...

Kitties and Babies

Kittens and babies share a lot in common. Both are incredibly cute, adorably unpredictable and professional about napping. Opposites may attract, but these two creatures have their own magnetism. When fluff meets tiny fingers and purrs mix with giggles, all you can really do is sit back and squee. KINDERGARTEN…

Dogs and cats are supposed to be enemies, but what about dogs and big cats? Honey is a dog and her best friend is a white lion cub named Kwanzaa. So there, nature! Kwanzaa was born at Australia's Darling Downs Zoo in November of last year, and when his mother stopped producing milk, he had to be hand-raised by zookeepers. That's when he met and bonded with Honey, and now the two are inseparable. We don't like to think about the time in the future when Kwanzaa is a full-grown lion and these two may not be able to wrestle like they used to, so for now, we're just going to watch and enjoy this unlikely pairing....