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Rollin’ Wild created hilarious clips of our beautiful animals trying to go about their lives as round balloon sized animals, the video is a perfect Throwback.


Germany, Europe – Talk about a hilarious throwback post… The Round Animals Safari video created nearly 6 years ago has been doing the rounds on Facebook again and we couldn’t stop laughing after watching it.

Created by Kyra Buschor & Constantin Paeplow in 2013, it showcases what our beautiful wildlife would look and act like if they were big and round like balloons.

The clips earned the pair a few awards and even led to a secondary piece that highlights bullying. It features a hedgehog going to school for the first time but his quills keep hurting people. He feels alone and left out until everyone comes together to help him cope. Brought tears to our eyes but we will save that one for another day.

The creators have not forgotten about their Rollin’ Wild series and have confirmed there are a few exciting things coming this year. We hope to see some elephants and rhinos in the next clips.

“Even though it was a quiet year for Rollin’ Wild, be assured that we haven’t forgotten about it and still have lots of new ideas up our sleeves.”

We have to say the zebra and crocodile bit is so funny we nearly spat out our tea laughing.

This little trip down memory lane is perfect for today. Take a look at some of the funny clips below.

Sources: YouTube / Facebook
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