Watch 5 Adorable Animal Videos

Watch 5 Adorable Animal Videos

Watch 5 Adorable Animal Videos

Love watching adorable animal videos on the internet? So do we. So much so that we’ve got an entire collection of them online. Here are 5 films from our Hinterland Who’s Who series. They’re only a minute each, but there’s a lot of cuteness and knowledge packed into each one.

The Red Fox

Oh my god. Fox pups. Need I say more?

Hinterland Who's Who: Red Fox, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

The Snowy Owl

This is a magnificent creature, though I wouldn’t want to bump into her in a dark alley. And her babies? Oy.

Hinterland Who's Who: The Snowy Owl, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

Canada Goose

Okay, despite their pesky poop littering every campsite I’ve ever been to, our country wouldn’t be the same without its geese. I love hearing them fly overhead as they migrate. It’s a perfect Canadian moment.

Hinterland Who's Who: Canada Goose, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

Grizzly

Get up close to these majestic creatures and watch them fish, climb fences, and care for their cubs. Regardless of their size, they’re still adorable.

Hinterland Who's Who: Grizzly, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

The Raccoon

Yes, they’re a nuisance, but who can resist the trash panda? Raccoons are everywhere – I’ve got a small family of them living in the alley behind my house. Here’s a chance to get to know a bit more about them.

Hinterland Who's Who: The Raccoon, , provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  1. Me gustan mucho los videos que presenta NFB aunque me gustaría poder ver algunos subtitulados al español.
    Muchas Gracias, Susana (from Argentina)

    — Susana,
  2. Ha! Loved hearing the dulcet tones of the Man from the Hinterland.
    Interesting how we have changed our presentation of animals over the years. Love this newsletter from NFB!

  3. Thank you for these lovely film clips!
    The “Who’s Who” intro whistle chime is always so nice and nostalgic to hear!

    — Deborah M.,
  4. Interesting little snippets of information about each animal. Great for youngsters.

    — Trudie,

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