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Your Week in Viral Videos: You're an animal, baby!

(RNN) – Judging by the reaction of a moose that chased a skier off a mountain, he was either tired of being taunted or wanted to keep this guy and his friends from hogging the slopes.

That whole "they're more afraid of you than you are of them" theory took another hit when this video went viral.

Apparently, there isn't enough space or snow on the mountain this year.

HOW ARNOLD GOT HIS GROOVE BACK

As if there haven't been enough awkward moments in the career of Arnold Schwarzenegger, this autotune of an interview he did in the 1970s was, well, interesting.

It will either be the most hilarious thing you've seen all day or you'll be spitting mad because you can't get the annoying song out of your head.

There is also the possibility that both could happen, but we bear no responsibility for any negative effects that occur thereafter.

FROM SUPERMODEL TO SUPERHERO

Cameron Russell just gained the loyal following of everyone who is tired of being force-fed the commercial, artificial image of beauty in this society.

A woman who, in her words, won the "genetic lottery" openly admitted that she is dorky, plain and her pictures on the covers of magazines are not what women should aspire to.

It sounds a bit hypocritical coming from a successful model, but you have to listen to her to understand.

MAN'S BEST FRIEND GETS MOBILE

No one who owns an Australian cattle dog would debate the breed's intelligence, but even this is impressive.

A dog named Rogue learned to operate a toy tractor, and it has to make you wonder what he could do in a real vehicle given a little more time and practice.

DUNK OF THE YEAR

In this instant world that is quick to deem something the "best ever," it's hard to get excited about certain things.

There's only so much that you can do with a ball and a 10-foot hoop, right?

Well, it's hard to imagine anyone topping what happened during a game between Fresno State and San Diego State this week, even if you've been a basketball fan for several decades.

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