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It's videos like this that makes us terrified of the open ocean. Did you see how close that girl got to being annihilated by that whale? No thanks.
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A group of Red Bull extreme athletes recently went deep water diving while holding their breath. The group got a preparation course on pushing their limits without oxygen and then took to the ocean. The underwater adventure proved to be just as extreme as the sports the athletes compete in.
The tides have certainly turned here. While out in the open ocean, this fisherman caught himself a four-foot shark. As he was reeling it in, another, much larger, fish came by and stole his catch. There's always a bigger fish out there.
Third String Kicker takes the #ALSIceBucketChallenge to the extreme! And we mean extreme. It's not just a deluge of ice cold water, but a pelting of burritos and mouse traps, and a barrage of other things like snow, dirt, and chili.
This is what happens when you accept the #ALSIceBucketChallenge and things don't go as planned. #Fail
It took eleven countries, one monkey, one snake, one rejection, and 84 people making one move each to solve this Rubik's cube in an epic global endeavor. It's amazing that something so simple could bring so many people together from all over the world!
The amusingly entitled and over-privileged "Kate the Wasp" takes on the ice bucket challenge... sort of. I mean, she was going to, but the Scotch ice cubes aren't really the right kind of ice. And Kate's not even quite sure what ALS is, so she's kind of missing the "awareness" part of the challenge, but she still ends up donating to the good cause, and that's what's important.
Check out some celebs taking the ice bath!
A Canadian couple "Living a Kiwi Life" shot this video which features possibly the most epic slip 'n slide ever! It also happens to me a natural one, showing just how cool nature can be. Come on, who doesn't love slip 'n slides!? This is definitely going on our Bucket List.
We told you about the new show Great White Matrix, which is set to air during Shark Week on the Discovery Channel. The show will follow shark-attack survivor Paul de Gelder as he dives back in to explore the life cycle of Great White sharks. We wanted to know exactly how they were able to capture all of the amazing shark footage for the show, so we tracked down the man behind the camera, Emmy Award-winning photographer Andy Casagrande, to find out. He joined RTM via Skype to talk all about the show, his unique shots and what it was like filming these apex predators down in their world. Click here for the previous story on Great White Matrix.
Well this was just a whale of an interruption...Chris Rockwood is a surfing instructor and shot this once-in-a-lifetime video of a minke whale in shallow water during one of his classes. He joined RTM via Skype to tell us all about it.
This crafty crab is never without a hiding place. The little guy has the ability to bury itself in sand.
There are now more sharks coming to the shore of Hawaii than ever before. Why is this? A new show, Sharkageddon, which will air during Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, will look to answer this question and many more while featuring incredible footage of sharks. Photographer Joe Romeiro joined RTM to talk all about the show and some of the amazing footage he was able to capture.