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Grand Canyon National Park: Mules in the Corral
When Grand Canyon mules aren't working hard on the trail carrying people or supplies, they like to hang out in the corral.
Surfing Fun Time
Here's a guy having fun in the waves. Surfing is really such a fun thing to do, if you know how to.
Flock of Birds
Here are a flock of birds at sea.
Birds at the Beach Side
Here are a bunch of birds by the seashore.
Lion Fish Close Up
A close up shot of a Lion Fish.
A Mother and Baby Giraffe
A mother and baby giraffe chilling under the sun.
An Odd Fish
Here's a video of an odd looking fish.
Cat Keeps Hilarious Face
This person was working on a laptop when their cat decided to doze off. They slept on their owner's hand while keeping a hilarious, weird face.
Summer Love Dance
A Cool Looking Starfish
Here's a picture of a cool looking Star Fish.
Nature and a White Gazeebo
This is a relaxing place to hang out. Check the video of this beautiful white shade house and nature.
Grand Canyon NP: Condors at the South Rim
California Condors were first introduced into Grand Canyon in 1996, and since then population numbers have risen to near 75.
GCNP: Pack Mule Train on South Kaibab Trail
Not only used for transportation, mules are also how supplies are packed into the Grand Canyon.
A Carabao Resting
This big buff Carabao is enjoying its rest on a hot afternoon.
Golden Retriever Refuses to Leave Owners
The Golden Retriever undoubtedly enjoyed being the center of attention of his human parents, especially his mother's. Therefore, when his owners were cuddling, dog decided to join them too. Dog mades sure he was protecting his mom's personal space by stepping in between them whenever his dad tried to push him away.
The Toy Soldier and the Ballerina
An animated short about a toy soldier and a ballerina who falls in love.
Grand Canyon National Park: Condors Flying
A mix of short clips, reintroduced California Condors soaring above the cliffs near the South Rim of Grand Canyon.
Here's a cool video of an Ostrich. They do have long necks, enjoy the video.