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[Image via WENN.]
Awwww! Or should we say y(aww)n! LOLz!
This is so crazy adorbz! Whoever had the idea to cut together vids of animals yawning is a genius.
We had no idea that so many animals yawn in basically the same exact way.
Yawning is the great equalizer!
Seriously, other than being insanely cute, this video makes us yawn.
We bet by the end of this vid, you'll have yawned at least once.
Check out the video (above) for some serious animal cuteness.
We thought we knew everything about this world!
Researchers have found an entirely new genus of a bat!
And the bat looks like a panda bear!!
Here's what the researcher who made the discovery said:
A worker at the Bat Conservation & Rescue Queensland deserves a pat on the back!
They took in an injured little bat who was suspected of having been attacked by a cat.
Blossom is a Blossom Bat! She has a really long tongue used to get nectar out of flowers and is super cute.
When she was brought into the shelter, she was fed a nectar and milk formula.
She gradually gained weight and even began to practice flying at night.
Blossom Bats are actually threatened because of the loss of their natural habitat due to deforestation and real estate.
So little Blossom was eventually released back into the wild and now is living the free life of a wild bat!
Such a little cutie! Glad the Bat Conservation was able to save her life!
[Image via Bat Conservation & Rescue Qld.]
So, out of all the species in the world…which one is most likely to kill everything???
While most would say that humans are the Most Dangerous Game AND the Most Dangerous Animal, it's actually something that has wings.
EWWWW EWWW EWWEWWWEWEW!!!!
Somebody just found a whole big heaping of yuck in their Cinnamon Toast Crunch!
A German man found a mummified bat in his bowl of
Dumb…dumb…and more dumb.
JoJo Keefe, a 10 year old, was enjoying a picnic with friends and family in Spencer, MA when a bat fell out a tree.
This shiz is cray-cray! The tube-lipped nectar bat is truly a magnificent creature!
What makes this particular type of bat (found in Ecuador) extra special?