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A group of dogs cross a cemented wall through a small hole, the Internet asks them if they are going to Narnia


The video won hearts and left the internet curious about how the dogs made their way possible and what might be behind the wall. The clip was shared on Twitter by a user named Buitengebieden, from the Netherlands

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Videos featuring animals often capture people’s curiosity on social media. One such video of dogs breaking through a cemented wall through a small opening has created an online buzz.

The video shows four small dogs making their way through a cemented wall with ease. What surprised social media users is – all four can be seen standing patiently for their turn as they push each other through a small opening in the wall.

The three little ones (dogs) make their way easily, but the last dog who is a little bigger can be seen thinking twice about getting in. However, it does this surprisingly without too much difficulty. The video ends with the dogs successfully crossing it, but what is behind the wall is unknown.

The video won hearts and left the internet curious about how the dogs made their way possible and what might be behind the wall. The clip was shared on Twitter by a user named Buitengebieden, from the Netherlands, according to the profile.

Sharing the now viral clip, Buitengebieden wrote: “They found the portal to Narnia.”

Watch the video here:

Since it was uploaded on July 31, the video has garnered over 3 million views and growing. Many users were quick to comment, calling her “adorable” and “sweet.” One user said: ‘They found the entrance to the secret garden’ while another commented: ‘I hope they have a good trip there.’

Few users even liked how the big dog waited its turn. Some curious people even wanted to know what was on the other side. What do you think of this video?

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