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We've known for a long time that Kelly Slater is one awesome surfer, but equipped with a GoPro, we now realize that he might not be 100% human. As he effortless catches some waves you'll have a hard time believing that his surfboard isn't surgically attached to his feet.
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Two extreme sport gurus tackle one waterfall together. As the kayaker gets ready for his drop down the waterfall, a professional skier does a gainer, both landing at the bottom at the same time.
The Great Bear Rainforest and Sea contains some extremely beautiful wildlife and animals, but it might not be around for much longer if plans for proposed pipelines make their way in. Pacific Wild hopes to bring awareness to the issue at had by raising money for cameras to capture all that would be taken away if oil companies take over.
These two videos show that rescue crews don't care whether you are a human or a dog, because you're going to get saved. In the first clip, a London rescue service saved a dog from freezing cold water. In the second video, a dog was saved from a frozen lake in Maine. Fire crews were forced to the pull the dog to safety and one worker even had to go in the water. Both pups are said to be doing okay.
We don't know many guys who would choose a bag or two of Doritos over a group of bikini-clad girls, unless of course it was done in an attempt to win the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest. Helicopter pilot Bradley Friesen used his flying skills to swoop in on a group of chicks, all in an elaborate attempt to steal their chips in this entry, which we could definitely see making it to the final rounds.
When a few fishermen off the coast of Western Australia accidently caught an 800-pound tiger shark, they also inadvertently caught a giant crowd. The men worked hard to first pull the hook out of the shark's mouth before pushing him back into deep enough water for him to swim away.
In the first video in this clip, we see a dog who may also be part cat. Then, our viewer Cindy LeBeouf Domingue shows us a video of her dog Rocco, an avid duck hunter, who won't get in her family's swimming pool to get her toy. Our guess is that she is clever enough to know that chlorine will dull her shiny coat. To see Rocco overcome his fears, click here.
If you are going to light yourself on fire, your best bet would be to have a lot of water around. Although the guys from JoyRidersTV don't encourage or advise others to try their daring, fire-engulfed water stunts, they did take precautions when creating this visually awesome video.
When you think of wakeboarding you probably envision a warm summer lake, and people in their bathing suits catching some sun while playing in the water. This video is not that. These Red Bull legendary wakeboarders will do their thing anywhere they can find water... even if that water is freezing and happens to have icebergs floating in it.
A dolphin in Australia put itself in harm's way while swimming around a cray pot. This modern-day Flipper was stuck to the rope of the pot, which is illegal in the marine reserve waters that the animal was swimming in. A group of water skiers found the dolphin while training for a competition and set him free. The skiers reported the pot to wildlife officials, so that it would be removed from the waters. This vigilante dolphin may have saved the lives of several hundred crayfish and perhaps even others of his kind.
A World War II submarine that had been sunken 67 years ago, was recently discovered more than 2,300 feet below the surface of the ocean. The giant submarine, measuring over 400 feet long, was the biggest during its time and comes with a whole lot of history.