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When it comes to aerial cinematography, few are better than CineChopper. They were in the middle of shooting some more amazing footage in the Amazon Rainforest when their drone camera went out-of-control. It kept going up and then went crashing down through the trees. Luckily for these guys, the trees kept it from hitting the ground and the scary situation turned into a rescue mission.
You can never go wrong with a good puppy video. These 13-day-old pups come from the Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue. They're super rambunctious, small, and they make the most adorable sound when feeding from mama, 9-year-old Bella. What better to brighten up your day than cute little puppies who can't even open their eyes yet!?
A scene in Green Bay, Wisconsin shows police surrounding a man they were arresting outside a bar. Another man wanted to know why they were doing this, so he began asking repeatedly and yelling expletives. That's when the scene escalated quickly and an officer threw him to the ground, slapping the handcuffs on for disorderly conduct. Many in the Wisconsin community are wondering whether this was excessive force or not. The incident is currently under investigation. What do you think, was it excessive force?
Michigan State Police have released dashcam video of a fatal crash that was caused by a wrong way driver. The officer in the patrol car had pulled over to the side of the road, when 29-year-old Jeremy Smeltzer's pickup truck came speeding by while going the wrong way. The truck collided head-on with 21-year-old Jaryd Ford's car. Smeltzer died after being airlifted to the hospital, while Ford died at the scene. Ford's passenger survived after police and rescue crews attacked quickly to save him. Toxicology tests are underway as to determine the cause of Smeltzer's reckless driving.
The Wobble is a pretty popular dance for the younger generation. But don't tell that to these "Jammin' Grannies" who like to wobble before they run 10Ks. OK... They're not actual "grandmas." They are actually a group of young ladies who like to dress up and do things in honor of mental health. You go grand... err, girls!
When one of the Dudesons says he doesn't want to do that again, you know he's hurting, so it's probably not something you should ever try at home. That's definitely the case here. It was so painful, Jarno couldn't even make a sound...
This is the set of a movie. The women in the carriage are not actually on a ride. That's right, the women are surrounded by a production crew and a group of guys carrying around trees. No, this was not shot in the 40s.
Two rescues from different parts of the globe were recently caught on camera. In clip one, a taxi cab looked more like a submarine after the driver and some passengers (including an infant) took a journey in flooded water. Luckily, everyone made it out safely because of local rescue crews. In clip two, a search and rescue chopper was used to save a man who jumped off a bridge in the United Kingdom. The man was taken to a local hospital following the rescue.
Alex Barron is considered by many to be the best numbers juggler in the world. As you can see here, the guy has some talent. He's in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most balls juggled. So it's probably safe to say he's the best.
These videos show dogs enjoying the simple things in life. In clip one, a Corgi and a pair of goats had fun in the backyard. It seems like an odd match, but we can't argue with the video. In clip two, Oskar enjoyed his favorite snacks. Dogs seem to really dig their carrots.
A wild iguana in Mexico decided to make its home under a deck on the beach. A group of tequila-drinking tourists attempted to catch the lizard and things didn't go well. The iguana aggressively attacked one of the guys and then attacked the camera.
Deer Meat For Dinner is a channel that is all about ethical hunting. However, this situation was not about hunting at all. A boater found a baby blue heron that was badly injured and Robert Arrington used "Southern ingenuity" to save the wounded bird. He basically performed surgery on the blue heron and got a fishing line out of its leg. Now the bird and Arrington are odd friends, as the Jupiter, Florida resident sees him and exchanges fish with his pal every now and then.
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Ctut is an awesome finger dancer. This style of dance is becoming super popular online and it is easy to see why it is so successful. Clearly, this is harder than this guy makes it look.
The Blue Angels are amazing. They do some insane aerial stunts, and that's just if you're watching from the ground. Until you see this cockpit view from inside one of their maneuvers, you won't fully understand how unbelievable they are.
Lesson learned, when you're cutting a tree while you're in the tree, don't cut the part you're sitting on unless you have the magic cut like the guy in the second video.
A standard bonfire in Alberta, Canada served as a precursor to a pretty dangerous stunt. The folks behind the camera threw paint cans into the fire in order to create a few explosions. The stunt caused a fire to a nearby roof along with some squealing sounds from the guys in the backyard. Please, don't try this home.
The "selfie in a dangerous place" photo has become an odd online movement. This guy from Canada decided to stand in front of a rebuilt fighter jet engine as it was activated. While dealing with the heavy pressure, the man took a picture of himself as the afterburn sped by his face. Clearly, this guy knew what he was doing.
Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch" has been airing on your TVs for nine seasons. Well, now they've released some previews of season 10 and the stakes are a little bit higher this season. We caught up with Capt. Keith Colburn in his time off the "Wizard" to get all the details about season 10!
Apparently, there's a climbing exercise called the "squeeze test" where you purposely put yourself through tiny places to try and get to the other side. Well we guess you could say this guy failed the test...