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A company in England provides the opportunity for kids to experience an amazing and fast ride in a rally car. One of those rides was captured on film as a little boy was pumping his fists and screaming with excitement the entire time. It is all part of a company called RallyRides. For around 80 dollars, kids can get in a car with a professional driver and experience the thrill of a rally race. For added safety, all of the kids are strapped in with harnesses and wear a helmet.
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Valentin Delluc has a lot of experience speed riding, which is the combination of skiing and paragliding, but he tests his boundaries with an impressive stunt. Valentin flies down a mountain in France grinding on top of chair lift cables. He used amazing skill maneuvering in the air without hitting the trees or baskets sitting on top of the poles that hold up the cables. Valentin says the chair lift is no longer in use, so it was finally safe to try this trick.
Robert Arrington used fishing line and threw fish to create a trap and grab an injured Little Blue Heron on his boat. Once he had the bird, he discovered it had braided fishing line wrapped around its leg and a hook stuck in it as well. Robert got to work cutting the thick line with a knife to free the bird’s leg. After removing the line and hook, he noticed the braided line had badly injured the flesh on the upper part of the Great Blue Heron’s leg. He decided to cut away the rotten flesh to help it heal faster. Robert says he has seen his bird buddy on the water several times since removing the hook and line and that the Little Blue Heron is healthy and you can barely see anything wrong with its leg.
Ben Lolli was really excited to see some whales in Alaska. He counted at least five orcas all around his boat but said there could have been more in the water. Ben was trying to drive the boat with one hand and shoot video of the whales with the other. He was working for a lodge in Alaska last summer when his boss saw the whales near the lodge and told him to grab a camera and shoot the orcas in the water. Ben says it was the scariest moment of his life because he was worried the whales would tip the boat and knock him overboard.
Nine-month-old Andrew was playing with his aunt’s 5-month-old dog, Ollie, who was inside his cage. Andrew’s aunt, Rebecca Olsen Keeler, says the two play together all the time. The toddler is just discovering doors and how they open and shut, and was having a blast playing cops and robbers with the dog. Eventually, Andrew proves he’s a nice cop and lets Ollie out of his cage.
A group of skydivers in Florida decided to makes several jumps to practice some aerial maneuvers called tracking dives where a leader flies in a set pattern and the rest of the group tries to stay with that person. During their practice, the group made a bet that whoever could take the leader’s shoe off in midair would get a case of beer. After a few people flew by unsuccessfully, one of the skydivers, Diego, grabbed the leader's legs and wrestled the right shoe off of his foot. Diego landed with the shoe, gave it back to the leader and got his case of beer!