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When you're out on an adventure in Alaska, you're just hoping to see some wildlife. However, something this unbelievable you can't expect to see, let alone capture on camera. Like a nature show straight from the Discovery Channel a group of fishermen filmed a sea lion hiding under their boat before capturing the killer whale assault that followed as they moved on.
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If you've never been to Idaho or anywhere else in the Pacific Northwest, you're going to want to watch this video. Not only does this guy show off his flying skills, but you also get a glimpse of how gorgeous the wilderness really is up there.
This might be the hottest stromboli ever! Actually it's the Stromboli Volcano in Italy which has been in almost continuous eruption for the last 2,000 years. The footage is amazing and you even get to see the Sciara del Fuoco or "Stream of fire."
There's not always cool thing being filmed in the Kruger National Park in Sotuh Africa, sometimes there are fails too. This Leopard had no idea what to do with its dinner...
Two videos that prove when you test ol' Mother Nature, you're going to regret it. In clip one, spectators in China watching the Qiantang River's tidal surge were swept off their feet. In clip two, this guy should've thought twice before driving on a flooded street and submerging his vehicle.
Splicing together footage of screaming teenage fangirls and narration by David Attenborough (famous for narrating nature documentaries for the BBC) is oddly and amusingly well juxtaposed.
Well this was just a whale of an interruption...Chris Rockwood is a surfing instructor and shot this once-in-a-lifetime video of a minke whale in shallow water during one of his classes. He joined RTM via Skype to tell us all about it.
There are now more sharks coming to the shore of Hawaii than ever before. Why is this? A new show, Sharkageddon, which will air during Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, will look to answer this question and many more while featuring incredible footage of sharks. Photographer Joe Romeiro joined RTM to talk all about the show and some of the amazing footage he was able to capture.
Who would've thought? The thing that gets this giraffe "excited" is motorcycles, not female giraffes. Anyone else think this is extremely weird?
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A couple was on vacation in Estonia when a thunderstorm started while they were on the road. The husband asked his wife to capture the storm and they certainly got worthwhile footage, as a lightning bolt struck the ground in front them.
If you're at work and nature is calling - we're not talking No. 1, it can get a bit awkward. Heck Bender's "Ode to Pooping at Work" is a hilarious true-to-life account of one man's goal to poop in peace. But wait! Those darn "sh*tting shoes" are going to give him away. That's why you have to be one step ahead... even if it means getting rid of your shoes. Every. Single. Day.
Paul de Gelder is a man who almost lost his life at the hands teeth of a shark, but he's also a man who no longer fears these creatures. A new show, Great White Matrix, set to air during Shark Week on the Discovery Channel, will follow Paul as he dives into shark-infested waters to explore the evolution of the Great White Shark, from baby to vicious apex predator. Paul join RTM via Skype to talk about his story of survival and what we can expect from the show. Click here for more on the show from Emmy Award-Winning photographer Andy Casagrande.