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10 Insane Wildlife GIFs for National Wildlife Day




As we've seen many times before, nature can be totally wild, from bird photobombs, squirrel invasions and a fat raccoon getting stuck in a tight spot.

Sometimes, it can be wildly entertaining and, other times, just plain mean.

In honor of National Wildlife Day, which aims to raise awareness of endangered species, let's take a look at something that isn't endangered: Insane wildlife GIFs.

Some will leave your head spinning, which wouldn't be a problem if you're an owl. But you're not.

Awkwardly awesome.

 

It could have used a bigger umbrella.

 

That time things didn't go exactly as planned.

 

Do you hate snakes? Then we're sorry for putting this one in here.

 

A Great Blue Heron eating a huge meal, in less than 10 seconds.

 

Odds are you've never seen bees mating. Now you have. You're welcome.

 

This one's a real head turner.

 

Bald eagles make fishing look so easy.

 

Who hasn't done this at an all-you-can-eat buffet?

 

The one on the left never saw it coming.

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