Plenty of people have flown drones while following surfers, but as far as we know, Jamie O'Brien is the first one to release it while surfing. He held onto the drone like an action camera until the perfect moment, waiting until the wave began to barrel. The footage O'Brien and his team got from this experiment turned out amazing; a shot of a barrel like this could add a whole new dimension to surf coverage. View Now
Mike Spinelli from /DRIVE and Andrew Collins from Jalopnik decided to bust out their respective vehicles and see what's faster: to get around Manhattan Island on a motorcycle, or watercraft? It's a close race, but in the end, no traffic and smooth waters probably went a long way to ensure the jetski's victory. View Now
Well, we've established that it isn't a whale fart, but what is this giant sphere researchers found? We did some digging, and found some pretty awesome info on this amorphous blob. View Now
This kangaroos video will make you smile. This group of 6 kangaroos are taking a snack break on a rainy day. The man recording is feeding them bread and biscuits (crackers). Some of the kangaroos are shy and some are more eager but all of the kangaroos were hungry. View Now
Some friends snorkeling came across a baby turtle in a drastic situation. The turtle had gotten stuck in some littered fishing line, and the way it was pinned was causing it to suffocate. Luckily for the turtle, the snorkelers were able to jimmy it free. View Now
Check out this amazing great white shark on facebook and "like" the page. This shark was about 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. That's about a third the size of the boat they were filming from. The video of the shark was captured using a GoPro. Next check out this amazing 150-pound halibut. The fisherman caught it in Alaska, took a photo with it and released it. View Now
Check out this selfie-stick brawl that broke out on a boat in Sydney. Two dudes get heated when their photo perfection is interrupted by other passengers on the yacht. Do you think this video is real or fake?
Check out this selfie-stick brawl that broke out on a boat in Sydney. Two dudes get heated when their photo perfection is interrupted by other passengers on the yacht. Do you think this video is real or fake? View Now
A group of boaters came across a baby doe in the water, and decided to rescue it. Although deer can swim, the rescuers were afraid it might be too young to make it to shore, so they lent a helping hand.
A group of boaters came across a baby doe in the water, and decided to rescue it. Although deer can swim, the rescuers were afraid it might be too young to make it to shore, so they lent a helping hand. View Now
First up, see these kayakers swim at Studland Beach in the UK with a friendly seal. The kayakers affectionally named this seal Ron. Second, see a hilarious kayaking fail. This gal attempts to enter her kayak and it overturns. View Now
This golfer has to run through sprinklers to putt his golf ball. He dodges the three sprinklers, lines up his shot and he is able to land one amazing putt even with the obstacle of all of that water. But the funny part is as he was celebrating he runs into the water and gets soaked. View Now
Two animals that aren't generally thought of as being overly friendly to people—alligators and whales—seem to be warming up to us. This could be the start of something beautiful. View Now
A woman having a good time at the lake hit the water hard when she fumbled on the rope swing. Meanwhile, at the world's largest rope swing, no one gets hurt, but plenty of people's hearts are skipping beats at the sheer awesomeness of a rope swing with a 300-meter arc (that's almost 1,000 feet). View Now
Check out this scary footage of a bridge collapsing in Colombia. Then you've just got to see these people huddled under a patio style gazebo tent running down the road in China. They were using it as a makeshift umbrella because the area was experiencing abnormally heavy rainfall. View Now
This elderly couple was very lucky that these two teens acted fast and saved them from drowning in their sinking car. The driver accidently drove the vehicle into the lake in Belgium. The teens were able to pull the couple out of the open windows and into their boat even as water quickly rushed into the car. View Now
Sometimes dangerous circumstances are accidental; sometimes, they're competitive. Two paragliders got in a scary situation when equipment issues necessitated an emergency landing. Unfortunately, the only nearby areas were heavily populated. That situation is much more dire than that of a Colorado kayaker. View Now
This Navy ship fired an unsuccessful rocket in Crimea. Thankfully, there were no injuries on the vessel or on land at the parade. The rocket broke immediately after being fired. The rocket's wreckage sunk into the sea before it reached the coast.
Ain't no party like an aquatic party! View Now
Some people just aren't meant to operate—or have anything to do with, really—watercrafts. View Now
After reaching the third chamber of the underwater cave Jacob's Well, DiegoA's flipper fell off. Now, at 100—feet underwater, it's extremely difficult to swim back up without the proper gear. So when this diver's flipper fell off, he immediately attempted to look for it. When he realized his search was futile, he was able to use the cave wall to climb/swim back to the surface. View Now
A hammerhead shark was helped by a group of men on the beach in Destin, Fla. The shark was dragged toward the shore when someone noticed it was injured, and fishing hooks were stuck in its mouth. Brothers Marcus and Logan Lakos, and a group of others, pulled two hooks and a lure from the shark. Logan then pulled the shark back into the water, and it swam away.
There are two different ways to make water disappear: by using a magic trick, or just doing a trick (and the third option of drinking the water, but we won't get into that). Rich Ferguson teaches people the hard way which one inspires awe, and which one requires a towel afterwards.
Some friends in Alaska decided to take their water plane out for a spin, but they wanted to see if they could get it going on land. It took them a minute, but eventually take off was a success! So now if they crash-land in the Sarah they'll know what to do. View Now
Sharks know how to fish; they'll work smarter not harder. If someone tosses a fish back in the water, they're all over it. Some people, on the other hand, can barely get a handle on their fishing poles. View Now
There are two different ways to make water disappear: by using a magic trick, or just doing a trick (and the third option of drinking the water, but we won't get into that). Rich Ferguson teaches people the hard way which one inspires awe, and which one requires a towel afterwards. View Now