We have to admit, the results of this contest aren't too surprising. Sincerely, it's hard to imagine anything cuter than a baby tiger playing on a couch, which is why this video of a baby tiger jumping on the couch is taking home the prize for the Best Animal Video of 2012.
If you see something cuter than this today, good for you, you obviously are some kind of wizard. If you're sad and dried up like the rest of us, here's a ridiculously adorable baby tiger jumping on a couch. With a chihuahua. And nobody gets eaten...
One of Michael Jackson's many idiosyncrasies was his love for exotic animals. And since the late music legend was sort of the rich madman type, he kept a menagerie of giraffes, flamingos, orangutans, elephants and tigers on his notorious Neverland Ranch.
Sadly, one of the tigers -- who Jackson had named 'Thriller' after his seminal 1982 album -- has passed away.
It doesn't get cuter than a baby animal -- except maybe a baby animal that drives his mom or dad MAD CRAZY because they want to play. Yes, it's rude. And yes, it's adorable. Here are five baby animals that think it's playtime!...
Before you even ask, a tigon is a mix between a male tiger and a lioness, produced through interspecies breeding. They are not to be confused with a liger, which is a hybrid cross-between a male lion and a tigress. And definitely not to be confused with Napoleon Dynamite's favorite imaginary creature.
Not realizing that he already owns a much more convincing pair of feet, a tiger goes absolutely bonkers for a woman's tiger-striped slippers through the window of a zoo enclosure. Hasn't she seen our videos of kids about to be devoured by zoo animals?
Traffic came to a standstill recently in a Houston suburb after shocked drivers reported a tiger lurking on the roof of an abandoned hotel. Firefighters immediately investigated and discovered the tiger was nothing more than a stuffed toy. Well, that'll "snarl" up traffic.
While an underwater tiger sounds like the kind of fantastical beast 'Austin Powers' bad guy Dr. Evil would demand his henchmen produce for him, they actually exist in real life, as evidenced by the photo above. Looks like we've found a creature scarier than the shark.
Dodo, a two-year old male chimp who resides in a animal park in Thailand, has been trained to bottle feed the zoo's tiger cubs.
He's been doing this inter-species act of parenting for about a year now, although his trainer concedes that the young chimp sometimes ignores his feeding tasks and just wants to play with the cubs.