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A pair of epic shark encounters were recently caught on tape. In clip one, a pair of fishermen worked together for several hours to reel in a fish. Unfortunately, we didn't get to see what was on the other end of the line as the shark got away. In clip two, a shark did not want to get hooked by fishermen. That's why he thrashed away from a fishing boat as its occupants attempted to hoist the fish. Click here for the original video for clip one.
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From cool to painful with these videos. Magician Aaron Davies pulls off a pretty awesome bar trick, a levitating cigarette which he puffs after it floats up to his mouth. Then we have Steve-O who decided to play with jellyfish and had a stinging good time.
Steve-O is a glutton for punishment. That's why the expert in "pain for laughs" decided to have some fun with jellyfish while surfing in Peru. While he screamed in pain during literally the entire activity, it is clearly his passion to make us laugh at his misery. Heck, even he got a painful kick out of it. Watch the RTM reaction right here!
Deep in the rainforest of Far North Queensland, the scenery is beautiful and the creek is scary. Kayakers are forced to thread their kayaks through some extremely narrow cayons while fighting the rapids. They don't call it "one of the best creeks in Australia for kayaking class five" for nothing.
The Songkran Festival in Thailand is a street party that takes place every April. A group of guys from FunPOV decided to get in their truck and get sprayed with water. They then returned the favor by shooting water guns at others. The group was able to document their point of view on the road as they had their fun.
Flooded roads can be very dangerous for your vehicle. A woman in North Dakota didn't know that, as she recently traveled through three feet of flood water. The vehicle got stuck and she had to be saved by rescue crews. This seems to have been a totally avoidable incident.
While filming an interview on a boat, supposed Dutch reporter Martje Oesterholt falls overboard, and her interviewee, Kampen Mayor Bort Koelewijn, has to dive in after her. Turns out, the whole thing was fake. It's said to be a stunt orchestrated by the Sail Kampden group in order to raise awareness for the upcoming Easter music festival held in the Dutch city.
The latest installment in the Guys/Girls series from John Elerick at JLE, here are a few major differences between genders when it comes to using the bathroom and doing... bathroom-related things. Excuse me while I go wash my hands for a while and light a candle for my Nana.
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We have to hand it to the people that fish in the ocean from kayaks, you seem so vulnerable out there in those little things. One big wave and you'll be right in the water with the predators that stole this guy's fish!
When you go fishing, you're lucky if you even catch a small fish. This woman, she was really lucky. She battled for four hours until she finally reeled in the catch of a lifetime, the largest fish ever caught, recreationally, by a woman. Tuna for days!
When Scott Gilbert flipped his kayak he was in hot fast water headed straight toward a 15-foot drop. But quick thinking by his rescuer, with a "last resort" technique, saved him from the rapids. You get to watch it all on the rescuer's helmet cam.
These underwater encounters are the type that are few and far between. In clip one, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife attempted to save a female tiger shark, after she was found with a hook in her mouth. The shark was tired but they tagged it and sent her off on her own. In clip two, the Sarafi Voyager had swimmers in the water when two Oarfish were found off the coast of San Francisco. It was quite the site to see in the sea.