This frowzy dog shows his delight as he launches himself into the muddy waters again and again, rolling back and forth, tail wagging.
Anybody who has ever felt stifled by boredom can probably relate to the jejune state of Boomer the cat.
These little dogs in the video can’t be thought of as particularly chthonic themselves (they are just too cute!), but they do seem to be quite concerned with what is happening beneath their paws.
The panther’s herpetic or creeping motion was caught on tape, giving audiences and the trainer a good laugh when the panther was caught in the act.
The birds in this video have orthian calls, high pitched caws and squawks that allow them to communicate with one another and attract a mate.
This mirror causes create consternation among the sylvan creatures that encounter it.
This thirsty crow decided to ask some people sitting along a low stone wall for assistance.
In this video, a thrummy Highland cow uses a barbed wire fence as a scratching device.
The spotting of this colorful and googly-eyed creature was definitely a ferly encounter.
This video from PBS shows natant otter pups in off the coast of California and in the tidal slough and estuary of Elkhart Slough.