Video: Piglet learns to use his training wheels

The Feed compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including Madeline's "sheer delight" with public transportation, Hello Kitty in outer space and an unbelievable little kid doing trick shots. Plus, a ten-day-old piglet learning how to use his training wheels.

Video: Dirt dinner offered at Tokyo restaurant

Dirt is on the menu at a French restaurant in Tokyo. The chef created a six-course meal with soil as the secret ingredient. Felipe Maya reports.

Video: Owl gets stuck in car grill

An owl was freed after it was found trapped behind the grill of an SUV in Florida.

Video: "Harlem Shake:" The latest Internet craze

The Feed complies some of the week's best viral videos, including a bucket of sloths, amazing bets you will always win and a stylish escape from an avalanche. Plus, we explain the newest dance phenomenon taking over the Internet - the "Harlem Shake."

Video: "War of the Tomato" in Chile

Over 40 tons of tomatoes were used in an annual food fight in Chile that is a take on the famed tomato festival in Bunol, Spain.

Video: Rare birth: Two sets of identical twins

A Houston, Texas couple had a one-in-70 million birth. Their two sets of identical twins were conceived without the use of fertility drugs. KHOU-TV's Kevin Reece reports.

Video: "Raining Spiders" in Brazil

YouTube video captures a strange phenomenon in Santo Antônio da Platina, Brazil, where a group of social spiders appear to be raining down from the sky. CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports.

Video: Why don't Americans eat horse meat?

A scandal broke out in Europe after horse meat was found in products labeled as beef. As Felipe Maya reports, New Yorkers would not be happy if that happened in the states.

Video: The blonde and the great white shark

The Feed compiles some of the week's best viral videos including a backflip in Mini Cooper, SeaWorld San Antonio doing the Harlem Shake and a cat that goes to war with a DVD player. Plus, the majestic tale of the blonde free diver and the great white shark.

Video: Squeaky frog shows off its unique voice

The vocal Namaqua Rain Frog has gained Internet notoriety for it's squeak. The tiny amphibian measures less than two inches in length and is a burrowing frog. It spends most of its time underground and does not inhabit water. When feeling threatened, this type of frog can inflate their bodies dramatically as a defense mechanism to deter predators, as well as make the squeaky distress call -- as seen in this video.

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