Rare Animals Fighting to Stay Alive

  • Published on 6 months ago

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    In this reel, we meet some of the rarest critters on planet Earth, including the closest living relative to the giraffe, a lemur threatened by hunting and a tree kangaroo hanging on for survival due to habitat loss.
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6 months ago
InsertNebula
InsertNebula

The okapi probably bites its tongue alot

15 days ago
zacky
zacky

I 🖤bertha

21 day ago
Dr Moscow DVDBOX360
Dr Moscow DVDBOX360

TamanDua in my language means Two Garden lol

22 days ago
Saifudeen's World
Saifudeen's World

i

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Saifudeen's World
Saifudeen's World

xhueeuwukeie

Month ago
Great Wave
Great Wave

I love how the music matches the scenario

Day ago
Ivan Leyva-Ortega
Ivan Leyva-Ortega

Lol the amount of dislikes on this vid 69 if u didn’t know 69 is a sex pose its how ur parents made you😏😏

3 days ago
Andrei marshmalow
Andrei marshmalow

Why is there no fish and bald eagle philippines eagle golden eagle and more eagle

3 days ago
Jascha Bull
Jascha Bull

As someone who grew up watching Zaboomafoo, I find it hard to believe that anyone would hunt a sifaka. Though then again, growing up with the Kratts makes it hard to believe anyone would want to poach any animal. Also, 5:30, it's drowzee!

5 days ago
Mila Burhanzai
Mila Burhanzai

❤️cooool.

9 days ago
Mila Burhanzai
Mila Burhanzai

I

9 days ago
Matthew Strampe
Matthew Strampe

No not Zaboomafoo 😭

12 days ago
tHeShadyLuGia
tHeShadyLuGia

All these animal are still thriving in zaabooland

14 days ago
Jōgan Edit
Jōgan Edit

6:54 remamber that one tv show it was amazing

15 days ago
Aliki Izlan
Aliki Izlan

In malay babi means pig while rusa means deer

16 days ago
Aliki Izlan
Aliki Izlan

Im malayan

16 days ago
DeathM10
DeathM10

Hope they all die, We don't fucking deserve them.

16 days ago
just watching Videos
just watching Videos

they taste good

17 days ago
The Comment
The Comment

Those tamanduas are a whole meme

19 days ago
Anne Reilley
Anne Reilley

So much money being spent on saving pandas when other species are dying out. There are even less appealing looking animals dying out because no one wants to save them, yet they are far more critical to the environment than the panda, which is pretty much of no benefit to the environment at all.

19 days ago
Amr Zoair
Amr Zoair

I hope they don’t extinct , they’re so beautiful mashllah 😍

20 days ago
Baby O
Baby O

Well excuse me , rolling your eyes and stuff 🙄🙄5:49

20 days ago
Seth Begley
Seth Begley

4:52 you are implying they aren't the largest predator in Australia, period. I don't like that.

20 days ago
Seth Begley
Seth Begley

3:05 I thought the black one was finna smack the white one upside the head for a second.

20 days ago
Anita Lumley
Anita Lumley

Oh no! Not Zooboomafoo. 😰😰😰

20 days ago
P. consuela banana H.
P. consuela banana H.

Humans will definitely kill off everything we can. Not much will survive us.

20 days ago
Stef
Stef

Two toed sloths can’t swim. Three toed sloths can.

21 day ago
A PS
A PS

Dingos are just...wild street bois

21 day ago
GloriousSunrise
GloriousSunrise

Damn the poachers

21 day ago
Stephen Limos
Stephen Limos

DINGO ATE ME KID only some will know

22 days ago
Budget Scammer
Budget Scammer

This malayin animal looks like a pokemon that I forgot it’s name

22 days ago
Petter Eliseussen
Petter Eliseussen

I was going to press "like" but then you told us that "the local government" was not able to protect it. As a foreigners hearing a american saying that, it only mean one thing: USA should invade it and control it with their soldiers.. :( So this political video get a big dislike from me. Look at those cute animals.. we should terrorise, kill and control the people who live in the same country as them.. ;)

22 days ago
TheSwanprincess101
TheSwanprincess101

Noooooooo zoboomafoo! 😭😭😭

22 days ago
narutobion
narutobion

that sloth hook look like a fuckin piece of metal

22 days ago
Minty Pigeon
Minty Pigeon

Kakapo?

23 days ago
яσуαl •
яσуαl •

babi + rusa = babirusa oii mudahnya letak nama..

23 days ago
Sims2UltraLover5 Productions
Sims2UltraLover5 Productions

The sloths are slow because they are trying not to break those precious nails.

24 days ago
Sims2UltraLover5 Productions
Sims2UltraLover5 Productions

zooboomafoo!

24 days ago
Rahul Bali
Rahul Bali

We need to save them. Go guys. We support you.

24 days ago
Red elephant
Red elephant

5:02 I have same cute dog but he is Indian.

24 days ago
rainysunshine
rainysunshine

What about the pangolin?

24 days ago
Kenneth Davis
Kenneth Davis

Wait, Naruto becomes hokage? I have been out the loop for a while.

24 days ago
Alexandra Su
Alexandra Su

Zaboomafoo!😮

25 days ago
Encore073
Encore073

Those tree kangaroos ❤️

26 days ago
Lê Sathie
Lê Sathie

All beautiful and amazing creatures !... love it !!! Great video...

27 days ago
Moss Kasanova
Moss Kasanova

The Babirusa looks like a wart hog on meth

28 days ago
CVerse
CVerse

Don't let this distract you from the fact that Zoboomafoo died a few years ago

29 days ago
Ian Haagen
Ian Haagen

7:00 zuboomafuuu!!

29 days ago
macc
macc

Bruh humans are gonna be dumber than animals if we get rid of them

Month ago
Default User
Default User

I actually help humanity becomes extinct and the world can save itself because we don’t deserve this planet

Month ago
BootyGang_Disciple
BootyGang_Disciple

Bruh I want an okapi bruh they are so rare an exotic and amazing

Month ago
Quig Pig
Quig Pig

4 the 2 toed sloth, I saw 3 toes,wtf?

Month ago
cuckling
cuckling

came here for zamboomafoo

Month ago
klarenz cobie
klarenz cobie

DINGOS LOOKS LIKE MY DOG :O

Month ago
Syarifah Saudah Al-Habsyi
Syarifah Saudah Al-Habsyi

That kangaroo... I want one and I need it now!!! I'm calling 911 right away

Month ago
The Man TheManprogaming2017
The Man TheManprogaming2017

No dude im from madagascar and i can tell j lemurs are allot

Month ago
Raifrushdhy rough
Raifrushdhy rough

Isnt critters synonymous for insects and bugs??

Month ago
james bayaua
james bayaua

Omg the tumandua so cutr

Month ago
FourLeaves
FourLeaves

Babi=Pig Rusa=Deer (In Indonesian Language) Pigdeers basically

Month ago
Why
Why

Who the heck is just out there hunting endangered animals? like why?

Month ago
skruffles
skruffles

lol tyvm

27 days ago
Why
Why

skruffles couldn't have said that better, my friend.

27 days ago
skruffles
skruffles

plus there are many interviews with "ex" poachers, so if u still have questions id suggest getting it word by word from a "retired" poacher

27 days ago
skruffles
skruffles

yes because you (most likely) have a well paying job, but people who go poaching dont do research or even care about the well being of the animals also where most poachers live they dont have plentiful wildlife so they must settle with what they have, aka endangered animals to feed there families, again all they care about is the income ($$$$$). btw im not justifying poachers, im just explaining there mind set ;)

27 days ago
Why
Why

skruffles then why don't people do their flipping research before becoming a hunter? i mean, that's what i would do.

27 days ago
Jason0172
Jason0172

R.I.P backdrop

Month ago
AnimalsAreTheBest 2006
AnimalsAreTheBest 2006

What about the kakapo there is only 150 in the wild

Month ago
Zoe Veilleux
Zoe Veilleux

Just think about how much better the world would be without humans

Month ago
I own A fat cat
I own A fat cat

I wanna touch Bertha the lemurs.. she looks soft

Month ago
aborale aura
aborale aura

The bird that inspired Rio is extinct now.

Month ago
Dean Syazrain
Dean Syazrain

All the animals looks more happy living in zoo or conversation centers rather than living outside getting hunted.

Month ago
Nicholas Leong
Nicholas Leong

You did not say the habitat or the tapir IT is from Malaysia

Month ago
Doomboy105
Doomboy105

6:49 OMG it’s a zaboomafoo

Month ago
i'm malaysian but I love united states
i'm malaysian but I love united states

Its tah~peer..not taper..

Month ago
Trex0328
Trex0328

Aww I love Cruz, I saw him in real life when I was visiting my family in Texas

Month ago
Dayanera Rullo
Dayanera Rullo

We have one of the first one at Henry Dorley Zoo

Month ago
abigail
abigail

in Belize our national animal is the tapir!!! and we say it as tah-pihr

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Asger Ramlyng due
Asger Ramlyng due

I love the two-toed-sloth

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The Mangini
The Mangini

At 2:46 am I the only one who realizes that they use a three toed sloth for the end card, no, just me, okay

Month ago
Hector Jadriel
Hector Jadriel

Yooo that's a mf deerbra

Month ago
joelynicole13
joelynicole13

Add a Tarsier

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Mommy Matcha*
Mommy Matcha*

4:33 that is adorable.

Month ago
Bianca
Bianca

I was in London Zoo 2 years ago, and I saw an okapi for the first time. I literally fell in love with it *-*

Month ago
Miss Nez
Miss Nez

The tree kangaroo joey is so adorable!

Month ago
Andrei Lee
Andrei Lee

Tamandua 😍😍😍

Month ago
You_mad bro Add me on fortnite
You_mad bro Add me on fortnite

Sloth are not not rare

Month ago
Charchil Dahiya
Charchil Dahiya

Some are studying about extinct species and some are writing their thesis but no action they take to preserve..

Month ago
Anette Kattrup
Anette Kattrup

We must help nowwww love help now now now !!!

Month ago
Adelina Graichen
Adelina Graichen

6:50 Avatar Aangs pet

Month ago
Adelina Graichen
Adelina Graichen

Tapit looks like a Pokemon

Month ago
JewsLikeFunk
JewsLikeFunk

There should be a law that reads public who shoot poachers are free from prosecution.

Month ago
Lorenzo Kozzai
Lorenzo Kozzai

malayan "te - pa"

Month ago
Brytanni Parrett
Brytanni Parrett

not zooboomafoo😥

Month ago
Sheridan. OMG Lyons
Sheridan. OMG Lyons

I have a dingo! we been trying to see what he was for so long! 💙ya yelly ⬅(my dog)or dingo!

Month ago
Franciscs Dominguez
Franciscs Dominguez

tu Y YO Y ZABOOMAFOOOOOOOjasjaja the zaboomafoos are dying:(

Month ago
hi there
hi there

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Month ago
Callum Burgess
Callum Burgess

Boi why u got the okapi in a studio then

Month ago
Lil Pepper
Lil Pepper

Um why is there all these animals in your building

Month ago
Chao Yang
Chao Yang

ZABOOMAFOO!!!

Month ago
Brandon Calvilo
Brandon Calvilo

AMAZING!!!! WOW I LOVE THIS CHANNEL THANK GOD I FOUND IT

Month ago
Animation Geek
Animation Geek

And it's all because of human (The main cause of the next mass extinction 😧)

Month ago
Xxmeddlingxx CoXx
Xxmeddlingxx CoXx

I mean we can’t even live in peace together how do we expect to live alongside animals tbh we’re legit the dumbest beings alive

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Carmel Pricilla
Carmel Pricilla

Ok so you say they are endangered so why are they in captivity? Let them live freely? Captivity is not where these animals belong.

Month ago
Huna Living
Huna Living

My thought exactly. 90% of the animals presented were living in zoos. How is that much better? Saving them from a critical situation to than put them in a zoo for peoples' entertainment. That's going to be a real good life for these animals...

Month ago

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