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Getting A Peek Into Eagles' Fascinating Lives

Getting A Peek Into Eagles' Fascinating Lives

While on a camping trip, some people found a bald eagle with an injured wing. They managed to capture the injured eagle and take it to a bird rescue so it could recover. via Dutch Oven Chef Next, we get to take a peek at some huge, majestic eagles right in their nest. They seemed to be enjoying the view of the landscape at Channel Islands National Park in Santa Cruz, California. via Explore.org Then, it's feeding time for these eaglets! The little one is so hungry that accidentally nips at its parent's leg while trying to get the fish. Where are your manners, little eagle? View Now
Mama Bird Protects Her Nest & Vents Are No Place For A Bird's Nest

Mama Bird Protects Her Nest & Vents Are No Place For A Bird's Nest

In China, a courageous mama bird guards her nest from an approaching tractor. She spreads her wings wide to let the farmer know to keep his distance from her eggs! She might be tiny, but her attitude is mighty. Over in Canada, some birds are nesting in a bathroom vent. They don't belong there though, so it's time for them to move out. A wildlife technician gets the birds out of the vent so they can live where they belong: the great outdoors. via SkedaddleWildlife View Now
Bald Eagles Don't Play Well With Others

Bald Eagles Don't Play Well With Others

The Bald Eagle was a wise choice for the United States' national bird—this avian predator species is one fierce bunch! Even after he's trapped in fishing line and half drowned in this Maryland river, this gutsy bald eagle fends off four well-meaning humans trying to dry off his soaked feathers. Eventually, this prideful bird takes off again without any extra help. A relative of this particular eagle might have been the hungry "bad guy" who snatches a poor young Osprey from a nest that's monitored 24/7 by the Audubon Society and Explore.org. View Now
Who 'Ya Gonna Call? Owl Rehab! & Bald Eagle Becomes Cameraman

Who 'Ya Gonna Call? Owl Rehab! & Bald Eagle Becomes Cameraman

A couple of eagle-eyed workers at the Riverway Golf Course in Burnaby spotted a large bird rustling around in the bushes, unable to fly. They called Owl Rehab to come and rescue what turned out to be a Juvenile Bald Eagle. The poor guy had a bruised wing, so they took him in and are helping the bird to soar again. On the topic of bald eagles, ever wonder what it would be like to get snatched up by one? Wonder no more! Matthew Beedle set up his GoPro in Juneau, Alaska. He used fish scraps to lure the birds in and one took the hidden camera for quite the ride. Once the eagle has landed though, he doesn't seem too amused at the lack of fish scraps he's carrying. View Now

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Beautiful Proposals That Took Their Breath Away

Beautiful Proposals That Took Their Breath Away

Love was in the air while Sarah and DJ were taking a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. They stopped at a scenic spot to enjoy the view, and DJ surprised Sarah by proposing! Over in Montana, there was another romantic proposal. Stephanie and Matt were filming a commercial... or so she thought! It turns out, it was actually a creative way for Matt to pop the question. How sweet! via Sky Vault View Now
Brave College Students Call Their Crushes

Brave College Students Call Their Crushes

Thoraya Maronesy is at Harvard University asking strangers to call their crushes, and love is definitely in the air. Being honest with someone about the way you feel can be nerve-wracking, but you'll never know what could be if you don't try. These courageous students are taking the first step by picking up the phone. You can watch the full video below. View Now

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Chimpanzees Snack On Zoo 'Art' & The Highway's No Place For An Iguana

Chimpanzees Snack On Zoo 'Art' & The Highway's No Place For An Iguana

Ah, the duct tapped banana. Thanks to artist Maurizio Cattelan, we've seen these two items become one at Art Basel Miami, on the internet, and now at Burgers' Zoo! These chimpanzees aren't letting a little tape get in the way of a delicious snack.  Next up, a group of strangers came together to rescue this iguana after they spotted it on a busy highway. It was a team effort to get it off the road safely, but they were able to pull it off in the end. Well done, folks! via ViralHog View Now
Dog Rescued From Rooftop & Puppy Love Is In The Air

Dog Rescued From Rooftop & Puppy Love Is In The Air

Firefighters in China are rescuing a dog from a rooftop, but it seems like the pooch is pretty content up there. They manage to safely retrieve the dog, who then runs back to its humans without so much as a 'thank you' lick.   Speaking of pups, Holly and Harry are in love. The adorable pair have been neighbors for years and enjoy fun activities together with their humans. In this sweet clip, Harry shows up to Holly's house to give her a special present. Come on, does it get any cuter? View Now

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'Yes Theory' Spends 24 Hours Stranded At Sea

'Yes Theory' Spends 24 Hours Stranded At Sea

The guys at Yes Theory like to live by the motto "seek discomfort," and they're definitely doing that in this video. This time, the courageous group is challenging themselves to survive out on the open waters for 24 hours in a life raft. Things are getting pretty crowded, cold, and interesting — but like always, the Yes Theory crew perseveres.  View Now
Taking On The Disneyland Scavenger Hunt Challenge

Taking On The Disneyland Scavenger Hunt Challenge

In this video, the guys from Team Edge are attempting the Disneyland scavenger hunt challenge. They have three hours to complete a list of tasks around the park, and whoever has the most challenges checked off at the end wins. Between Joey, Bryan, and Bobby, the competition is fierce — so, who will leave the park victorious? View Now

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Botfly Larva Growing Inside Man's Back

Botfly Larva Growing Inside Man's Back

This one is not for the faint-hearted! For most people, the idea of having a botfly, or any critter for that matter, growing inside their back is a nightmare. However, entomologist (a scientist who studies insects) Phil Torres wears his larva as a sort of badge of honor, representing the years of work he has done in the Amazon. If you dare, click here for the full uncensored video!  View Now
Miranda Becomes 'Mi-ranch-a' — Joins RTM

Miranda Becomes 'Mi-ranch-a' — Joins RTM

Being clumsy isn't so bad...as long as there's no one around to see your clumsiness. Unfortunately for Miranda, all her coworkers were there to see (and film) her drop a 22-quart bucket of ranch dressing, drenching her from head to toe. Hey, at least it was just her coworkers who saw it happen, right? Right?? ...Nah, the video was posted to Twitter and has since racked up millions of views. View Now
Tidy Mouse Cleans Up Tool Shed Every Night

Tidy Mouse Cleans Up Tool Shed Every Night

A retired electrician named Stephen Mckears could not figure out how objects scattered on his tool shed's work table ended up in an old ice cream tub each night. He noticed that plastic clips, nuts, bolts, screws and other objects would be neatly stacked away each night. After a month of the strange activity, Mckears and his neighbor Rodney Holbrook set up a camera to get to the bottom of the crazy mystery. Word on the street is that the mouse has updated his resume and his looking for a full-time job on a cleaning crew.  View Now