Four years ago, we had the viral hit that was “Skating Babies”, that amassed over 64 million hits.
Now, Evian has debuted their latest offering and it is equally cute.
The newest video “Baby & Me”, was launched simultaneously in 14 countries on April 19, and has quickly become a viral hit, having been viewed over 13 million times in just three days.
The advert features giddy adults who discover their reflections are of themselves as babies.
“The babies embody ‘Live Young’, the Evian mantra, and remind us that we are all youthful in our own, unique way. Babies are also the ultimate symbol of natural purity, exactly what Evian water is. This is why we are so excited to continue this iconic campaign in a fresh and entertaining way,” said Jerome Goure, Vice President of Marketing for Danone.
Produced by award-winning creative agency BETC, and directed by We are from LA, the clip is remixed by electronic music producer, Yuksek forEvian. 90′s dance hit “Here comes the Hotstepper” serves as the soundtrack to the new film, which instantaneously brings the energy of the video to life.
It′s one of those clips you just want to watch again…. and again.
With the warmer weather on its way, it’s time to give your pet an updated look with new neon and fluorescent collars!
And Givebones has the best range out there — Kendall Jenner is just one of numerous celeb fans of the brand.
But guess what? One lucky reader will win the same collar that Kendall purchased.
All you have to do is either like PetZter on Facebook page or follow the Twitter feed.
Yep, winning has never been easier!
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These little Seal pups should definitely get an A+ for effort.
In an utterly adorable clip posted on YouTube on March 8, the harbor seal pups, all between the ages of 6 weeks and 3 months, and each newly weaned from their mothers, were caught enjoying a day on the windsurf board owned by Ethan Janson, a 41-year-old Seattle native who lives just off Puget Sound.
But try as they may to stay on the surfboard, they kept sliding off — and Ethan captured the little cuties on a mounted remote GoPro camera, and the clip, naturally, is becoming an internet hit.
Heidi, a four-year-old Continental Giant, was recently diagnosed with arthritis in her hips and knees as well as spondylosis in her neck.
Her specialist vet recommended hydrotherapy.
Owner Amanda Williams, who works as an air traffic controller, explains: “Over Christmas Heidi just stopped moving so I took her to the vet.
“He said we should try hydrotherapy, even though he had never seen it used with rabbits before. It is more usually used for horses and dogs.
“None of us thought she would tolerate one minute in the water but in her first session she took to it very quickly. She leapt off the platform into the pool.”
And it seems the 45-minute pool sessions are working wonders.
“She is now a much happier rabbit,” added Ms Williams, 44, of Christchurch, Dorset, UK. “You can see that she has gained much confidence and really enjoys the sessions. She now wears a soft scrunchy (hair band) loosely around her ears as she hated getting water in them – she is absolutely fine with this.”
This adorable video is killing us with cuteness today!
Back in September 2010, Australian Ajakwerth posted this clip of him snuggling an orphaned wombat named Douglas.
As is the case with the changing landscape of the web, it only takes one major player to pick things up and then they go viral.
That is exactly what has happen in this instance — the video has been viewed65,000 times in just days.
Even Ajakwerth is equally surprised by the “overnight” success of the clip and he has just posted an update to tell the back story of how this video came about, and how he reveals how little Douglas touched his heart.
He writes: “Since this video got some more attention lately, a few words about what you see here: Douglas is an orphaned Wombat who was taken care of at a school camp (where we have been WWOOFing) near Tallangatta in Victoria, Australia.
“This video is 3 years old so he was just a little baby there! He was meant to be released into the wild someday but since it´s been a long while ago I lost touch with the family who runs the camp…but since I got so many comments and views and watched this video again, I´m really curious what Douglas´ life turned out to be!
“He was the best experience I´ve ever had with an animal! I miss that fella!!!”
We can see why he does, too. When Douglas rolls over to have his tummy rubbed, you will let out a big “awwwwww!”
At 15-year-old’s, veterinarians at the Oregon Zoo discovered Eddie was suffering from elbow arthritis and prescribed him therapeutic exercise for his aching joints.
And basketball was the choice of sports.
Now, Eddie’ routine consists of dunking a ball through a plastic hoop in a training pool behind-the-scenes of his exhibit area at the zoo, and according to the marine life keepers at the Zoo, this sea otter definitely has his game on.
“He’s definitely got game,” Jenny DeGroot, the zoo’s lead sea otter keeper, said in a press release. “Sea otters have incredible dexterity, so it makes sense Eddie would have this hidden talent. They’re famous for using rocks as tools to crack open clams.”
Zoo veterinarians say that Eddie is at an age that’s considered “geriatric” for his species.
“We had to get creative,” DeGroot explained in the press release. “There aren’t many natural opportunities for Eddie to work those arthritic elbow joints, because sea otters don’t use their front limbs to swim—they swim by moving their back legs and flippers. So training him with the basketball hoop was a way to get Eddie using those front limbs more regularly.”
According to his keepers, Eddie enjoys the exercise, and his age has yet to slow him down.