Have you ever wondered what happens when you leave a bucket of water in the middle of the desert with no humans in sight? Nope, we haven't either, but one person who did was John Wells, who moved from New York to Southwest Texas to work in sustainable energy.
Describing his new home as "the middle of nowhere", Wells put his boredom to good use by placing a camera at the bottom of a water bucket to gain a new perspective on the lives of Texas' various critters.
And it appeared to work. Many wild animals approached the bucket, which included bees, a bull, an adorable rabbit, a donkey, and a pair of chickens! Wells was keen to stress in the video's YouTube description, however, that the "swimming bees were rescued."
Yes, folks, that's what happens when you're made to leave New York and work in the Texan wilderness! You put a camera in a bucket and then get millions of hits on YouTube.
Watch the full video by clicking here and let us know what your favourite animal was in the comment section below.