May’s Top 5 Most Adorable Animal Videos

May 30, 2014
Adorable Animal Video Baby Owl

Source: Minus

YouTube would be nothing without its endless supply of adorable animal videos. With an array of sleepy puppies, fuzzy cats and unlikely friendships, there are enough videos to keep any animal enthusiast occupied for hours. To save you the trouble, we’ve rounded up May’s most adorable animal videos.

Mother Elephant Keeps Baby From Floating Away

Adorable Animal Video Baby Elephant

Source: David Lazar

While most adult elephants are superb swimmers, this elephant calf was almost swept away when crossing Kenya’s Ewaso Nyiro. Being the community-driven animals that they are, members of the herd quickly stepped in to rescue the calf from floating downstream. Despite weighing more than the average human being, treacherous waters can be a dangerous obstacle for young elephants. Check out the incredibly adorable animal video below:

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What People Around The World Eat When They’re Drunk

May 28, 2014

We know it’s been keeping you up at night: just what is it that Iranians eat while totally blitzed? Thankfully, this video gives you your answer. Watch and become more worldly.

A Unique Animated Short Film Made Entirely With Post It Notes

May 26, 2014

Post-it notes don’t have to serve as repositories for recording all of your daily drudgeries. As evidenced by this remarkable short film, they have positive, creative potential, too.

“Instafame”, A Documentary On Teens’ Obsession With Social Media

May 24, 2014

From Sylvain Labs: “Instafame is an exploration of a teenager’s relationship with fame through the lens of instagram. The documentary centers around Shawn Megira, a teenager from Long Island who had 81K instagram followers, and asks questions related to the nature of fame and why so many young people see it as the ultimate measure of success.”

For more critiques of our relationships with social media, check out this video on addiction, what Instagram would look like if it were invented in the 80s and how social media is ruining our lives.

Technicolor Alaska

May 22, 2014

When we think of Alaska, “technicolor” isn’t likely to be one of the first words to come to mind. But every so often, the chilly state’s night skies become a canvas to one of the world’s most brilliant natural phenomena, the northern lights. If you can’t manage to make it to Fairbanks to see them for yourself, this video is a good substitute.

To learn more about the Northern Lights, check out our post on them!

Insightful Animated Short Examines Racism As An Acquired Epidemic

May 20, 2014

From film creators Shimi Asresay and Hili Noy:

“The peaceful daily routine of father and son is interrupted by an encounter of an unfamiliar boy, different from them in color. An allegory to the phenomena of racism as an acquired cultural epidemic, the story discusses the question of the personal conscience of each of us, versus the education we receive from our families and environment. Can we really insist on our personal belief system, when what we must believe in, is dictated to us?

The film presents how easily we acquire fear and hatred of foreigners, as well as how easily we might become the “strangers” and “others” ourselves.”