For you to enjoy on this rainy, windy autumn (already!) day, some of the best of Mudfooted’s favorite videos! This is the third in a series of nature video posts that feature the most interesting, fascinating, weird and beautiful videos on the web. Go to Mudfooted’s youtube channel to see my favorite nature videos! Watch Part 1 and Part 2!
The Indonesian Mimic Octopus. This fascinating creature was discovered in 1998 off the coast of Sulawesi in Indonesia and is the first known species to take on the characteristics of multiple species.
Exotic creatures lie at the bottom of Japan’s Suruga Bay, including spider crabs, chimeras and lantern sharks.
Dancing Dog Doing The Merengue. Read mudfooted post here
Anthology of Deep Sea Squids
A seagull that developed the habit of stealing Doritos from a nearby convenience store!
Watch how ants create a lifeboat in the Amazon jungle
AN octopus escaping through a 1 inch hole!
Chimpanzees performing very well in a memory test
Informative video about the dark side of male pregnancy
Meet the water bear, the world thoughest animal. Measuring only some 0.1 to 1.5mm, this tiny creature resembles a minature bear. Read all about it here
The bluefin tuna is a hunter swifter than a dolphin and as bold as a great white shark. National Geogrpahic joins the feeding frenzy as a group bluefin tuna feed on a giant baitball of mackerel.
Jolle Jolles is a zoologist working at the University of Cambridge with a love for natural history and animal behaviour and enjoys fascinating others about our weird and wonderful natural world. Follow Jolle on Twitter or sent him a personal message.