# Exotic animals
Cute baby goats are being watched by dinosaurs
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is of our baby goats who were browsing next to a wall, but our guinea hens, who are related to dinosaurs, kept a close watch on them. There's not much escapes the guinea hens attention, they're very much the watch dogs of the farm and keep a close eye on everybody. They are so funny and beautiful!
Have you ever seen a guinea hen up close?
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is up close and personal with a guinea hen flock. These guinea hens come originally from Africa!. You'll notice they're bluish black spotted feathers, and they're weird funny little head that looks like a helmet. They are the Watch dogs of the farm, most of their diet includes insects including, most importantly, ticks. They will alert us when there's somebody coming down the driveway, or if there's a stray leaf blowing in the wind!
Have coffee with our guinea hens!
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! This morning, have coffee with our guinea hens and baby chickens. Guinea hens are the Watch dogs of the farm, and do an amazing job of pest control especially in the form of ticks. These birds unfortunately aren't the brightest bulbs in the bunch, but they bring plenty of entertainment, love, and laughter. They can be a challenge when you first get them on your farm or homestead, but give it a little time and you'll find they are your favorite birds on the farm too!
Taxidermized Snow Leopard & Gorilla at the Field Museum in Chicago
This video is my 5th installment for my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we explore the first floor of the Field Museum where we immediately saw a variety of fascinating taxidermized animals. Some of the notable ones are a snow leopard, a silverback gorilla, and other exotic animals that were either from the wild or rescued. Follow me on NewsBreak for more content!