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Take Google's self-driving car for a first drive, this week on The Feed!

This week's most popular viral videos include the return of Keyboard Cat, ducklings crossing the street, Tony Hawk jumping a Mini, Google's self-driving car, otters kicking out the jams, a bike ride through a wasteland and a 2-month-old saying "I love you."

First up, Keyboard Cat is back -- this time -- with a feline rendition of 1966 hit song "96 Tears" by Question Mark and the Mysterians.

A mother duck and her ducklings make it safely across the street after a kind-hearted Eau Claire, Wis., police officer stops traffic to help them out in this video from EauClairePD.

If it can be done on a skateboard, chances are, Tony Hawk has done it. So, where does the 46-year-old go from here? As this video posted by RIDE Channel shows, the logical next step is jumping a moving Mini Cooper.

Next, Google Self-Driving Car Project posted this video of a few lucky volunteers getting the chance to test out Google's self-driving car prototype. There's no steering wheel, no gas or brake pedals -- a "driver" simply tells the car where to go and technology does the rest.

Thanks to an enrichment program at Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., Asian small-clawed otters are engaging their sight, touch and hearing senses by banging on a piano keyboard.

Red Bull posted this mini-movie in which Scottish trials biker Danny MacAskill, who can pretty much ride his bike on anything, takes his skills Epecuén -- a former Argentinian tourist village that was flooded by a standing wave in 1985 and never rebuilt.

And, Stephanie Passalacqua's 2-month-old daughter tries to mimic what her father is saying to her in this video. In the end, the baby let's out a surprisingly clear "I love you."

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