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Watch These Kids From Madagascar go Crazy Over Snapchat Filters

Brace yourself. 

Videographer Mike Corey, recently traveled across the pond to Ranomafana National Park in Madagascar in hopes to raise funds to save the endangered Greater Bamboo Lemur. Over two weeks, with the help of the CrowdRise 24-Hour Impact Project, Corey planned to raise $10,000 to help stop one of the most endangered animals on the planet from going extinct.

So!The news is out. I'm in Madagascar to save one of the most endangered animals on the planet. We found an opportunity...

Posted by Mike Corey on Tuesday, March 29, 2016


In the process of filming his awareness efforts, he also took the opportunity to have some fun with the locals, especially the kids, by introducing them to Snapchat. And as you can imagine, they all went nuts. 

Dozens of children hilariously reacted to the camera, delighted to see their faces transform into animals, different characters and sometimes even into obscure shapes. Thanks to Snapchat's innumerable fun filters, we now have this adorable collection of excited children that is bound to make you chuckle along with them. 

Faith Brar

Faith is an Editorial/Social Media Assistant at Meredith Corporation from Boston. Her work has appeared in Shape, Fitness, Better Homes and Gardens, More and others. When not writing, Faith can be seen pounding a bag of Jalapeno chips, online shopping, out on a run or binge watching murder mysteries on Netflix with her main squeeze.

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