A funny monkey that couldn’t act better in this “The Seven Year Itch” alike moment. Not only monkeys but another naughty and curious chimpanzee caught peeking girl’s cleavage by using his index finger to peel away her t-shirt.
Several cartoonists across the globe paying tribute to the ten Charlie Hebdo staffers who were killed in terrorist attack in Paris. The weekly French satirical magazine was notorious for its controversial illustrations lambasting religion and depicting the prophet Mohammad, which is forbidden by many strains of Islam.
The children on this list are true hide-and-seek champions. They are quick as the wind and as silent as shadows, capable of hiding in plain sight. Or at least that’s what they seem to think. If you ever played hide-and-seek in your early childhood, you were probably no better than these hide-and-seek masters.
Animators and theme park designers have long been incorporating hidden Mickeys into their work, giving fans the chance to try and spot the iconic mouse surreptitiously planted in the background of modern movies and ride designs. The practice is now so widespread that finding Mickey is considered a sport among Disney lovers with entire websites set up to document the hidden icon.
Indonesian flying frog tries to hitch a ride on snail’s back before realising it would be quicker to hop it alone. A tiny frog struck up an unlikely friendship with a giant African land snail after clambering onto its shell to catch a ride. The bright green Wallace’s flying frog was spotted giving the snail a quick kiss before it hopped onto its back where it sat for a few minutes.