Sentences employing the same word over and over are one of the more head-scratching oddities of the English language.
Verbs are words that express an activity or action. Find cute vocabulary lessons for verbs here.
These three animals were deracinated as young animals and taken into captivity, where they bonded together.
Watch this fish sabotage its tank mate as it tries to burrow a home under a rock.
In this video you can see a horse and its rider moving about an arena to the tune of a familiar song. Watch the horse- can you see it jaunce?
The reaction to this sleeping cat is a perfect demonstration of wanting to squee.
This starfish is certainly attempting to blag its way into a new home. A visitor to the Scripps Aquarium in San Diego captured this scene between a fish and a starfish.
When given a succulent meatball this otter murgeons at the photographer. The word murgeon is a verb meaning to grimace at, or to make faces at a person.
This cute 20 day old Malamute-Husky mix is trying her very best to ululate in this video.
Galumph is a verb meaning to move clumsily or heavily. The animal in the video is a male sheep, or ram. Rams are often bigger than female sheep and can grow horns on their head, used for ramming other males in territorial and mating disputes. In this case the ram galumphed after the motorbike rider after ramming him a few times, just to test him out.
These cats wish their owners would abate with the practice of trying to take them outside for a walk!