YouTube offers a variety of humorous animal videos posted by users from all over the world. Type "funny animal videos" in the search bar to find a list of the videos.
Some of the most popular funny YouTube videos include 'Beyonce Single Ladies - Ducktales Mashup', 'Lewis and Clark vs. Bill and Ted. Epic Rap Battles of History' and 'Jimmy Interviews Khaleesi from Game of Thrones (Kristen Wiig)'. These are listed by Brostrick as some of 2015's best viral videos.
It is possible to download funny YouTube videos by using third party websites or browser extensions. Most of these sites are legal and free to use but may sacrifice some audio or video quality during the download.
There are many ways to find funny videos on the Internet, including visiting the College Humor, Cracked, and Funny or Die websites. Some of the funny videos posted may be considered unsafe safe for work, and users should view them with discretion.
Not all videos on YouTube are free. User-generated content is generally free to watch, but there is a fee to watch some videos on the website; many movies and television shows can be streamed on the site for a price.
As of August 2015, YouTube's most popular videos are made up of music videos from around the world and a handful of viral videos, such as the "Charlie Bit My Finger - Again!" video. The most popular video on YouTube is the "Gangnam Style" music video that was uploaded by Psy on July 15, 2012. As of
One funny animal fact is that some turtles can breathe through their cloacal bursae, or butts, the same place where they urinate, excrete and lay eggs. Another funny fact is that a penguin in Scotland was given the prestigious honor of knighthood in 2008, making him the first penguin knight in the c
Funny cat videos can be found on YouTube, Dailymotion, Cutecatvideos.net and on the Animal Planet website. Find funny cat videos on YouTube and Dailymotion by entering "Funny Cat Videos" into each website's search bar. Enter "Funny Cat Videos" into the Animal Planet website's search bar and click on
YouTube offers a selection of free music that can be added to any videos uploaded to the service without risk of copyright violation or additional cost. Other free music can be found through royalty-free music websites such as the Free Music Archive or on music creation services such as SoundCloud.
Using media content that is protected by a copyright and hosting it on a personal website is considered copyright infringement and may be subject to fines. Embedding media content, such as YouTube videos that are protected by a copyright, is not considered a copyright violation.