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According to CollegeHumor, it turns out that "purebred" dogs are really just human Frankenstein projects. The result of generations of inbreeding to develop and concentrate desirable attributes, which sounds pretty unsavory in itself, not to mention the increased health problems caused by such forced evolution. It seems "mutts" are the way to go as they're the product of more natural selection and tend to be a whole lot healthier. So, instead of dropping a bunch of dough on a "pure" canine, hit up the local pound for your new furry best friend!
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The folks of Ashland, Oregon got to see more than just rain during a recent storm. A man decided to take advantage of the free water by walking around naked in the middle of the town. Police think they know who the streaker is and plan to give him a public nudity citation.
Rick and Randy recently visited Tanzania, Africa on safari, and they took their cameras along with them, including a Phantom drone. What they captured was some beautiful, National Geographic-quality footage of wildebeest running in the wild during their migration. We always appreciate our viewers sending in their videos, and this is the reason why!
Not wanting to be left out of the photobombing craze, Mother Nature decided to use lightning to cause an actual photo bomb as these people took a video selfie.
Wanda and Rick Stead were off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada when they noticed a beautiful iceberg. However, while they were enjoying the special sight, Mother Nature had other ideas. Part of the iceberg crumbled right before their eyes. They were so close that a tidal wave formed near their boat and Wanda screamed with urgency that Rick needed to get the boat in gear.
Jack Price of the Tree Doctors in Brisbane, Australia documented a recent work day with a bunch of GoPro cameras. Price needed to climb a giant tree and bring it down slowly but surely.
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.
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.