Evan, age 7, didn't think his plan to catch Santa on video would work—the North Pole is quite magically and technologically advanced, after all—but he convinced his big brother to set up a GoPro and went for it anyway.
In this video, a pack of children have an argument about weather, and eventually come to blows.
This cuddly agglomeration of wrinkles and baby fat is Olivia the dwarf hippo, one of the newest additions to Sweden's Parken Zoo. Born earlier this month at just 13 pounds, she gave the zoo a little scare by quickly losing weight. She's since recovered, according to the zoo's Facebook page, and "now is more reminiscent of a small Michelin man."
Just a cool Korean Chihuahua winking at you while it gets a relaxing head massage. This chill-ass dog is a near-perfect metaphor for the Friday before a long weekend.
Taylor Swift, gardener and cat enthusiast, killed you Sunday when she visited a 7-year-old cancer patient and offered to sing him any song he wanted, or just do some of her favorite things, like playing with Play-Doh or talking about Spider-Man or whatever. Authorities say the cause of your death was drowning in a flood of your own tears.
2-year-old Kayden Elijah Kinckle was born with an omphalocele, a defect in his intestinal wall that caused his intestines and other organs to stick out through his navel. He also had "a band wrap around his legs and feet when he was in the womb," his mom writes, which led to the amputation of his right foot and left leg.
Mornings are the goddamn worst: Hitting snooze 6 to 8 times, trying to make coffee when you haven't had any coffee yet, getting out of bed ever again. Why? Ban mornings.
The Smithsonian National Zoo's family of Asian small-clawed otters—the smallest, cutest otter species in the world—spent some time over the weekend with one of their favorite toys: a keyboard to bang on. With their small claws, natch.
Moe the cat is pretty good at Jenga, but he doesn't have a lot of patience. Or a lot of respect for the rules. Or opposable thumbs.