VideoSift: Nature Channel.

It's VideoSift time! Let's check out their nature channel: (this turned out to be harder than I thought, because a lot of the neat clips had wormed their ways to Neatorama already, but don't worry - VideoSift got plenty more)

The cutest clip you'll see today: sleepy otters holding hands while floating in the pond ...

What? Not cuter than the ticklish baby koala, you say?

How about Mocha the hamster eating its first broccoli? Yum!

Can't call it the nature channel without the prerequisite strange animal matings, now can we? So, here's the weird mating habit of ... slugs!

Nature's not all about cute animals - something disturbing: parasites that live on our skin.

"At any given time, there are as many creatures on our bodies as there are people on earth."

If you're squeamish, do not - I repeat - do not watch this:

Nature can be scary: here's some amazing footage of tornadoes, flash floods in Israel and Australia, and last but not least: the gates of hell itself (in Centralia, PA, no less!)

(Yay! I spelled "scary" correctly for a change!)

Let's end with something truly relaxing - from the Cloud Appreciation Society: a beautiful clip on clouds and soaring high above them.


For more the web's most interesting videos, check out: VideoSift.

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The music on the skin video is hilarious. I think all health and body shorts need a tense, electro-horror soundtrack. Goblin and Krzysztof Penderecki could collaborate for one on puberty: 'Sammy's voice became deeper, and he discovered hair on his body in places where there was no hair before . . . Woo Woo Woo Woo DEEEEEEEEEEE BWAAAAAAAAAAA'.
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