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These two videos feature some extreme and rather dangerous fun! In clip one, monsoons and flash floods usually mean you should stay indoors, unless you're Cole Gibson with a dirt bike. In clip two, GoPro captured some tandem drifting on the race track.
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There are no clouds in this time-lapse, it's actually the smoke produced by a wildfire. The fire is so hot it has created a phenomenon known as, "Pyrocumulus Plume," which gives it that cloudy look in the sky.
Mother Nature can have quite the temper sometimes. In clip one, some people braved the tsunami to take a dip in the Hong Kong Harbour. In clip two, teachers, on strike in Canada, had all of their picket signs blown away when a tornado-like gust of wind came out of nowhere.
When you're a dog from California, you don't get to see snow very often, if ever. Well, this two-year-old rescue got the chance to play in snow for the first time and he went crazy with happiness!
You just never know what to expect from nature. In clip one, a guy captured some incredible footage as he stood atop what was basically a mini earthquake. In clip two, heavy rains in the Southwest created a brand new waterfall on the side of the road.
These guys are making light of a bad situation. When there's flash floods in Arizona, grab your tubes and hit the water.
You know, filming nature is pretty cool especially when the footage includes a volcano with slow moving lava and then the center of a tornado!
Looking like the longest level of Mario Kart N64, this curvy stripe of rainbow over Plant City, Florida is a pretty cool thing to see. We suspect it might be an example of "cloud iridescence" that's natural occurring, but none too common.
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Warning: Explicit language. Looking like the longest (and arguably the worst) level of Mario Kart N64, this curvy stripe of rainbow over Plant City, Florida is a pretty cool thing to see. We suspect it might be an example of "cloud iridescence" that's natural occurring, but none too common. Nature's awesome.
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You probably shouldn't jump on the trampoline during a hail storm, just sayin'...
The title of this video is Crazy Guy Runs Into Outback Tornado To Take Selfie. But, it's easy to take a selfie when the "outback tornado" isn't real! Since it was uploaded by Terry Tufferson, the same guy who "supposedly" fought of the Great White Shark, we think it's a pretty obvious fake. Still cool though!
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.