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    Zoos are full of animals that like the cold, so when snow descends on a zoo that houses animals that can tolerate the cold weather, we get a gift in the form of animals flipping out over snow.

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  • Your Week in Viral Videos: It's all about America

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    This great land of ours turned 238 years old Friday.What do you get an old lady who has seen it all, done it all and lived to tell the story according to her own narrative? The answer, obviously, is a rapping George Washington.
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  • Your Week in Viral Videos: Winter produced something good

    Your Week in Viral Videos: Winter produced something good

    WGN's Dan Ponce was inspired by the frostbitten abyss that is his hometown to belt out the recent Oscar-winning standard Let It Go.
    WGN's Dan Ponce was inspired by the frostbitten abyss that is his hometown to belt out the recent Oscar-winning standard Let It Go.

(RNN) – For those who don't know Chris Hadfield, he might be the coolest astronaut alive today.

His quirky sense of humor and practical use of idle time – not to mention his mean skills on the guitar – give people a fun and personal look into what it's like living beyond the earth's atmosphere.

He found a unique way to answer an interesting question – what happens to your tears in space?

To all the elementary school science teachers reading this, you're welcome.

Flock of seagulls geese chickens

You just have to love kids… unless you're a certain mother in England. But anyway.

This little girl clearly was not paying attention when they covered farm animals during basic science, but that's OK. The payoff is one unbearably cute 30 seconds of life.

Long arm of the law

Is anyone else impressed that police officers can so calmly relay information to the dispatcher while they're driving at 90 miles per hour?

It's ironic that a driver trying to evade a motorcycle officer was originally tagged for traffic violations, but during the chase he was polite enough to make a full stop at a four-way crossing.

Kangaroos, lizards and cows… Oh, my!

So, this is the circle of life. Animals hunt or get hunted, and depending on how good they are, they live either short and painful or relatively long and prosperous lives.

Since technology has made it easier for humans to gather food, we're relegated to making fun of the eating habits of other species. Beyond this great sadness, there is also great humor.

Take a load off

Until now, the only thing adventurous about plopping down in a coffee shop was the possibility of an impromptu performance by a famous singer.

But when a chair comes to life while people are sitting on it, the java isn't the only thing that gets their heart rates up.

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