5 Videos That You Need to See: December 11, 2015 | NECN

5 Videos That You Need to See: December 11, 2015

What's everyone talking about today? Check out these must see viral videos

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    From Donald Trump being attacked by an eagle to Chris Hemsworth riding a scooter, we think you should take a break from the workday to check out these 5 videos that have gone viral on social media.

    #1: Donald Trump vs. Bald Eagle (WATCH)

    Behind the Scenes: Bald Eagle Snaps at TrumpBehind the Scenes: Bald Eagle Snaps at TrumpA bald eagle got up close and personal with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a recent photoshoot for TIME magazine. (Published Friday, Dec. 11, 2015)

    #2: 66 snakes were rescued from a home in Baltimore, Maryland. (WATCH)

    66 Snakes Rescued From Home After Bad Smell Detected66 Snakes Rescued From Home After Bad Smell DetectedA tip reporting a bad smell led authorities to confiscate dozens of sick snakes from a Baltimore, Maryland apartment. Officials said they recovered 66 snakes, most of which are in very bad shape. (Published Friday, Dec. 11, 2015)

    #3: Interested in learning how to make Mexican hot chocolate? (WATCH)

    How to Make Mexican Hot Chocolate for the HolidaysHow to Make Mexican Hot Chocolate for the HolidaysLearn how to prepare champurrado, a chocolate-based drink that is popular during the Christmas season. The recipe comes from Enriqueta Lemoine, a food blogger in Miami. (Published Friday, Dec. 11, 2015)

    #4: Chris Hemsworth races Jimmy Fallon on a sleigh scooter. (WATCH)

    'Tonight Show': Hemsworth's Sleigh Scooter Race 'Tonight Show': Hemsworth's Sleigh Scooter Race Chris Hemsworth and "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon race on sleigh scooters. (Published Friday, Dec. 11, 2015)

    #5: An ex-cop convincted of rape starts sobbing in the courtroom. (WATCH)

    Cop Convicted of Rape Breaks Down in CourtroomCop Convicted of Rape Breaks Down in CourtroomInside an Oklahoma City court room Thursday, Daniel Holtzclaw started sobbing as the judge began to read the jury's verdict: guilty on 18 of 36 charges of sexual assault. The jury recommended a total of 263 years. (Published Friday, Dec. 11, 2015)

    We hope you enjoyed the videos. Have a great weekend!

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