During these tough time the world is going through, it is little things that can make you grin a little. There have been multiple incidents of pets and wild animals interrupting interviews and photoshoots. The recent one to have gone viral is an ostrich which found it appropriate to be grab spotlight when Miguel Angel Revilla, the President of Cantabria in northern Spain was getting interviewed. He had visited the Cabarceno National Park to announce its reopening when the ostrich stood behind him appearing to talk to the reporters. As the video has gone viral with netizens laugh at the funny incident, we bring to you funny videos and photos of animals interfering with the daily lives of humans. Pet Dog Hilariously Photobombs Couple's Engagement Photoshoot, Adorable Pictures Go Viral.
Watch The Video of Ostrich Photobombing an Interview:
Por fin alguien responsable y creíble que no trata de engañarnos... El otro es Miguel Ángel Revilla. pic.twitter.com/ymk3necuqUAlso Read | Roman Reigns Birthday Special: Here’s Look at Five Biggest Wins of ‘The Big Dog’ in WWE (Watch Videos)
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Otters Photobombing UK Couple's Proposal:
#MorningAddiction Singapore's famous urban otters have delighted two British otter fans by photobombing their marriage proposal. Jordan Doyle and Mary Lister had gone out otter-watching with a wildlife photographer when the animals appeared.#AroundTheWorld pic.twitter.com/FrzRLjcjGz
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A UK couple's proposal pictures were photobombed by otters in Singapore. The picture had gone viral as netizens found it very cute. Jordan Doyle and Mary Lister were watching otters accompanied by a wildlife photographer when some decided to enter their photo frame.
Monkey Photobombs Family's Bali Vacation Picture:
Video of a seagull photobombing a traffic camera in London had gone viral on social media last years. The internet cheered as the video went viral. Transport for London Traffic News shared a picture of the seagull looking into the traffic camera at Brunswick Road by saying, "Happy Monday."
Videos and pictures of animals photobombing have always been a matter to laugh. While some are hilarious others are worrisome and may be dangerous. Often these footages go viral as people cannot stop laughing at the funny interferences.