Kiwis the fruit are delicious, but we think Kiwi the bird is even better!!
A little cutie baby Kiwi was born at the Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Center in New Zealand.
The baby chick is now 11 days old, but only 6 in the pictures!
Awwww! The little baybeeeee!
Once the little guy strengthens up and gains some weight (hopefully reaching 2.6 pounds) he'll be released into the Pukaha Mount Bruce reserve.
With some real weight on him, he'll have the best chance of surviving in the wild, able to defend against rats, stoats and ferrets.
He's just the first of many too. The Wildlife Center plans on hatching up to 20 more chicks!!
That's amazing! Let's hope they absolutely cover New Zealand in Kiwis! (The birds, not the nickname for New Zealanders! LOLz!)
[Image via Beau Elton/Pukaha Mount Bruce Wildlife Centre.]
Wow… this is seriously some of the most beautiful GoPro footage we've ever seen!
We've never wanted to be an eagle more than right now! LOLz!
We don't know why no one thought of this sooner but we don't care. It exists now and that's all that matters.
This is seriously the most American thing we've ever seen… even though it's French.
It was filmed in the Chamonix valley of France's Mer de Glace annnnnnd we're just gonna overlook that fact.
USA! USA! USA!
So do you wanna see what it's like to fly like an eagle??
Then check out the video (above) and prepare to have your mind blown!
Paris Hilton loooooooves the hell out of animals!
She has so many pets and pups and she's just so into them!
She also even likes animals that aren't hers… like wild birds!
Paris posted a vid to instagram and wrote:
"I look like the crazy bird lady from "Home Alone" But I don't care, it's fun! #InstaVideo #AnimalLover ❤🐦👯"
OMG! That's so many birds!
There is no way she isn't totally covered in birdie poo!!
Someone better get her a moist towelette!! LOLz!
Check out the video (above) to see Paris covered in pigeons!
Jessica Chastain has had a whirlwind of a year, filled with lots of films, red carpets and ad campaigns.
So, once summer hit, it was time to take off!
The star shared some wild moments from her trip with her fans, saying:
“Hello lovelies! I'm now in Calgary and back to work on Nolan's film. Over the last 2 weeks, I had the most glorious vacation. It's been a long time since I relaxed, so I became an expert at it. Any guesses as to where I was? Here's a hint: I visited 2 spots in asia. Look at all the animals I found! xxjes”
Good for you, Jess!
In the pics, she visited an elephant sanctuary, played with a bird, watched a baby turtle who she named Freddy make his first trip to the sea and even got jumped by a wild monkey!
She explained the experience:
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.
Ha! That is one beautiful bird!
But he sure is a clumsy fella…
He keeps trying to take a bath but can't seem to stay in his water bowl!
Ha! He just keeps flopping in and out of the water!
What is that? A pool of pure alcohol? LOLz!
At least he seems like he's having fun!
Check out the video (above) to watch a cutie, clumsy bird try and take a bath!
We've got a handsome hawk-eye view of the Duke of Cambridge!
Prince William visited the Anglesey show in Wales on Wednesday where he made his first solo public speech since Kate Middleton gave birth to Prince George.
The large agricultural show gave Wills the opportunity to say goodbye, seeing as his service with the Royal Air Force search-and-rescue tour was coming to an end, while also spending time with some horses and birds, including a very handsome hawk that he came very close with (above)!
During his speech, William also spoke about Kate and their new bundle of joy, and even spoke a bit of Welsh, saying: