Another "gif-fest," sorted into categories for those with limited time or interests
Cow-scratcher is satisfying to watch
Moose in a house
This squirrel barely escaped death
Crow and kitten are buddies (excerpted from this longer documentary video)
Do you have any extra fish?
Baby chicks will go into a "hand house"
Dog shares his biscuit with a friend
Officer tolerates a woodpecker
Woman rescues an icebound moose
Lion vs. giraffe (giraffe wins)
"Please let me in"
Will he or won't he? Of course...
Cows interact with a remote-controlled toy car
Mother eagle on her nest in a snowstorm
Neoboletus luridiformis mushroom tissue oxidizes to the color blue. Immediately.
An underwater air ring is a dynamic environment, as this jellyfish discovered.
A swimming feather star
Fossilised ammonites. Nice!
Red-eyed tree frog shows his nictitating membrane
A "cadogan form" teapot is basically a puzzle pot. Obvious explanation here.
Boston Dynamics robot has an unusual skill.
Puri (Indian bread), or a "bubble pancake"
"Indoor Rainbow" is an art installation
Cutting a deck of cards (with a hydraulic press)
Wheel from a race car rejoins its family
A "stick bomb" made with popsicle sticks.
Andre the Giant had big hands.
Foot juggling (Ed Sullivan show, 1969)
How a fashion photographer created a special effect
Stacking building blocks
Delighted with his success
Daughter surprises her father by changing her last name (cheerful)
Creating a 3-D perspective
Schoolteacher of the future getting dressed for work
The famous "Bigfoot video" stabilized.
Removing a popcorn ceiling.
Take a video while I stand in this oceanside blowhole ["fail" gif]
He's not a Darwin Award candidate only because he didn't die ["fail" gif]
Petals in the wind
When you're bored in the store
Exchange programs like this do exist and are very useful
A table for people who are serious about Mahjong
Tilly gets her new bionic hands
For basketball fans
Two drunks meet in a doorway
Guitarist breaks a string
How many licks are there in a lollipop?
The embedded photos are of miniature staircases, crafted by master woodworkers in the 18th and 19th century, via Atlas Obscura, where their history is explained.