5 Videos That You Need to See: February 9, 2016 | NECN

5 Videos That You Need to See: February 9, 2016

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

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    From presidential candidates gearing up for the N.H. primary to a panda learning to climb a tree, we think you should take a break from the work day to check out these five videos that have gone viral on social media.

    #1: Chris Christie says he's more ready for the primary than Marco Rubio. (WATCH)

    Christie Speaks Out Against Rubio Christie Speaks Out Against Rubio On the day of the New Hampshire primary Chris Christie told supporters "I'm ready, he's not" referring to Marco Rubio. (Published Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016)

    #2: Necn viewer Lori Graham sent us a video of her son snowboarding off the stairs in her backyard. (WATCH)

    Viewer Video: Deck SnowboardingViewer Video: Deck SnowboardingNecn viewer Lori Graham sent us this video of her son snowboarding off the stairs in their backyard in Mansfield, Mass. (Published Monday, Feb. 8, 2016)

    #3: Bei Bei the panda tried climbing a tree for the first time. (WATCH)

    Bei Bei Learns to Climb While Mom HelpsBei Bei Learns to Climb While Mom HelpsDC's latest addition, Bei Bei, to the Smithsonian National Zoo got his first taste with climbing in a tree on Monday. (Published Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016)

    #4: This 8-year-old wants to obtain signatures from all the presidential candidates. (WATCH)

    8 Year Old on the Campaign Trail 8 Year Old on the Campaign TrailEight-year-old New York girl on a mission to get autographs from all candidates travels to New Hampshire to achieve her goal. (Published Monday, Feb. 8, 2016)

    #5: A gas station roof collapsed on top of a group of cars in Los Angeles. (WATCH)

    Raw Video: Gas Station Canopy CollapseRaw Video: Gas Station Canopy CollapseA gas station roof collapsed in Torrance Monday, Feb. 8, 2016. (Published Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016)

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

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