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A woman in Fripp Island, South Carolina was feeding a deer when it got a bit distracted. The animal double-taked twice before an alligator made an appearance near the woman's home. Luckily, the deer took off in a hurry before the gator could get to it.
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Brad Josephs' mission is to do whatever he can to help grizzly bears gain appreciation in order to encourage their conservation. He recently took a group of wildlife photographers out on the Alaskan Peninsula and they all seemed to have a great time amongst the bears watching a curious cub play with a GoPro.
When Mother Nature needs to remind us all that she's the boss, she does it with massive lightning strikes like she did in these two videos.
We wouldn't want to get in the way of a feeding whale shark, they might be gentle and won't harm you, but it can't feel good colliding with these giants.
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Geoff Mackley is no stanger when it comes to putting himself in harms way to get that incredible volcano footage. Well, this one is incredible and intense all at the same time. Mackley traveled to one of the most active volcanos on the planet, Dukono, and may have got a little too close for comfort to the eruption.
If you've seen Little Shop of Horrors then you know of the venus flytrap, Audrey II. Well this is Audrey III and she loves to eat ants.
Mother Nature is a force that can be very hard to overcome. In clip one, a man's SUV got stuck on Brean Beach in the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, the truck eventually got submerged in the ocean. In clip two, a massive storm destroyed buildings in its wake in Russia and had golf ball-sized hail. The JukinVideo features the unbelievable destruction of a roof in the area.
Over the course of five years in Rapid City, South Dakota, Tom Warner captured footage of severe storms and turned it into this remarkable time-lapse. Storms really can be beautiful when you're not stuck in them.
William Grenis traveled around the world taking selfies but he forgot his razor! So, what was he left with? One worldy beard.