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Rock climbing baby

(0:56) 22 months old and already bouldering.

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Guest: Richard S (2031 days ago)
This is really unsupervised nonsense. If I was a social worker, which I am not as they are poor people, I would immediately investigate as to who this child belongs to. The parents are highly irresponsible as the child may fall and die or become disabled.
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This is really unsupervised nonsense. If I was a social worker, which I am not as they are poor people, I would immediately investigate as to who this child belongs to. The parents are highly irresponsible as the child may fall and die or become disabled.
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Wulfrune Wulfrune (2031 days ago)
This Richard S chap is clearly a troll, don't feed him, he's probably touching himself at the replies he gets, it's probably the only attention he gets. DON'T FEED THE TROLL.
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This Richard S chap is clearly a troll, don't feed him, he's probably touching himself at the replies he gets, it's probably the only attention he gets. DON'T FEED THE TROLL.
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slicksps slicksps (2031 days ago)
Wulfrune, you just did feed the troll, if indeed he is a troll. The wall isn't 100% sheer, it does slope as you'll see from later frames. The child is obviously pretty good at it and as we evolved from apes, why not. If I were a social worker, I wouldn't be worrying that the child could fall, I'd be more concerned at how many times she DID fall during 'training'
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Wulfrune, you just did feed the troll, if indeed he is a troll. The wall isn't 100% sheer, it does slope as you'll see from later frames. The child is obviously pretty good at it and as we evolved from apes, why not. If I were a social worker, I wouldn't be worrying that the child could fall, I'd be more concerned at how many times she DID fall during 'training'
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Guest: (2031 days ago)
the person holding the camera does not strike you as supervising the situation?
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the person holding the camera does not strike you as supervising the situation?
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Guest: (2031 days ago)
they should be standing under kid ready to catch it if it falls.
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they should be standing under kid ready to catch it if it falls.
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Guest: **** you (2031 days ago)
People like you are what's wrong with the world...
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People like you are what's wrong with the world...
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Guest: bubs (2031 days ago)
Most kids are taught fear and that's the worst thing thing to teach them. This kid is being taught not to fear. Awesome, great parenting.
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Most kids are taught fear and that's the worst thing thing to teach them. This kid is being taught not to fear. Awesome, great parenting.
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Guest: Responsible parent (2031 days ago)
Don't be afraid, it's only fire, go on... touch it...
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Don't be afraid, it's only fire, go on... touch it...
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Guest: Try it Child! (2030 days ago)
They will only touch fire once. Just like biting a lemon. Not suggesting a child should juggle knives to find out they can hurt!
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They will only touch fire once. Just like biting a lemon. Not suggesting a child should juggle knives to find out they can hurt!
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Guest: (2030 days ago)
Mind you, they probably only fall off rooftops once too.
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Mind you, they probably only fall off rooftops once too.
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dannyboy501 dannyboy501 (2031 days ago)
Amazing - my son is the same age and has only really just started to run, let alone climb walls!
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Amazing - my son is the same age and has only really just started to run, let alone climb walls!
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London1 London1 (2031 days ago)
Sure, the kid could fall and land badly and even with the padded floor, hurt itself but sod it, the kid clearly has a natural talent and ability to climb already. Embrace it, I say.
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Sure, the kid could fall and land badly and even with the padded floor, hurt itself but sod it, the kid clearly has a natural talent and ability to climb already. Embrace it, I say.
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Guest: johno75404 (2031 days ago)
Richard s.. your a knob, shut the fukc up
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Richard s.. your a knob, shut the fukc up
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Guest: Tiny Tim (2030 days ago)
I wish people would learn the difference between 'your' and 'you're'. Learn your own language guys becuse you're showing your ignorance to the world. The kid's great. Can't wait to see him do the real thing.
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I wish people would learn the difference between 'your' and 'you're'. Learn your own language guys becuse you're showing your ignorance to the world. The kid's great. Can't wait to see him do the real thing.
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Guest: Too fat to get awf the ground (2031 days ago)
The kid has good weight to strength ratio as he has not discovered lager or sugar. Also proportionally the holds are much larger for his small feet and hands. In addition we only came down from the trees 10 million years ago, he has not learnt to walk yet, so climbing after crawling is more natural. Also he could be the missing link, between us and monkeys. Offensive intended to creationists.
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The kid has good weight to strength ratio as he has not discovered lager or sugar. Also proportionally the holds are much larger for his small feet and hands. In addition we only came down from the trees 10 million years ago, he has not learnt to walk yet, so climbing after crawling is more natural. Also he could be the missing link, between us and monkeys. Offensive intended to creationists.
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Samsgimp Samsgimp (2030 days ago)
As soon as i saw this clip it reminded me of a baby orangutan and seemed to be a very powerful demonstration of our latent innate animal/survival skills - still demonstrated by our less evolved primate friends.
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As soon as i saw this clip it reminded me of a baby orangutan and seemed to be a very powerful demonstration of our latent innate animal/survival skills - still demonstrated by our less evolved primate friends.
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Guest: Tiny Tim (2030 days ago)
Latest comment: I'd just like to point out that our primate friends have gone through just as much evolution as we have since we had a common ancestor. Just because their brain hasn't evolved like ours, doesn't mean they have not evolved.
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Latest comment: I'd just like to point out that our primate friends have gone through just as much evolution as we have since we had a common ancestor. Just because their brain hasn't evolved like ours, doesn't mean they have not evolved.
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