There's a seal in County Wicklow, Ireland that for the past four years has done the same thing many humans do—go to a restaurant for most of its meals. Alan Hegarty told the BBC that after opening his restaurant in 2012, the seal started to make an appearance. The employees started feeding him fish, and soon the seal, named Sammy, was a up to three meals a day.

But even that wasn't enough for him. No longer content to wait for his daily feedings, Sammy the seal has started leaping up onto the pavement and eagerly waddling to the shop. "He appeared a week or two after I opened the chip shop, but it's only recently he's started jumping out of the sea and crossing the road," Hegarty said. Sammy's eager stomach prompts the crew to sometimes shoo him off with a chair, which barely works.