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GoPro cameras have been to some wild places and shot some amazing footage. But inside a Leopard's mouth is a new one.
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A woman was captured by surveillance footage scouting out a home in Canada before walking away with a dog who looked just like Partner, the family dog who lives there. A month later, the family confronted the same lady walking the same dog, now "surprisingly" shaved. Turns out she in fact did dognap the family dog. Partner was returned to his loving family and the lady was arrested. Police are still looking for her accomplice. Nobody likes a dognapper or a dognapping story but at least this one had a happy ending.
A pre-recorded moment of silence created by ANZAC (Australian New Zealand Army Corps) is being used to collect donations for veterans. The donation of $2.11 by phone call or text message will provide funds for military veterans and those currently serving. This is in commemoration with ANZAC Day that celebrates the service of those who fought in World War I.
What looks like a spectacular sight is actually a pretty dangerous one. At a glass factory in Russia 300 tons of molten glass began leaking like lava from the furnace it was housed in, which was supposed to be replaced a year prior. A great lesson in the importance of deadlines...
Two dramatic videos out of Brazil show that guns don't kill people, but jerks with guns could. In clip one, a group on a motorcycle attempted to rob a man and steal his cell phone. After refusing to giveaway his phone, the man was shot twice and need medical attention. In clip two, a group of Indians were shot at by a pair of gunmen. This is consider retaliation as farmers were not happy to give up their land to natives.
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Normally, scary fathers and poetry don't exactly go hand-in-hand. This guy beautifully blends the art of spoken word and the threats of murdering his daughter's potential suitors.
People who work the world's toughest job often don't get recognized for it. They don't get benefits, a 401K, or retirement plan. They work 24 hours, seven days a week, and don't even get paid for it. It's the toughest job, but it's also the most important. Do you have what it takes?
This is a once in a lifetime kind of trip. Mike Loffler was able to travel to 20 countries on three different continents in 15 months. There is so much you can learn about other cultures, as well as yourself, on a trip like that. Luckily for us, he filmed the trip in glorious HD.
Just some animals doing things just like humans. First we have some flamingos at the Houston Zoo doing a little dance. It's actually called a "stamping dance" and these birds do it in the wild to release food from the river bottom. Someone should probably tell them there's no food in that river, though... Then over to some fluffy dogs who can't eat without saying grace first.
The Crazy Russian Hacker is back with an Easter experiment! He's throwing his peeps in the microwave and watching them grow. This is a bad time of the year for peeps...
Deep in the rainforest of Far North Queensland, the scenery is beautiful and the creek is scary. Kayakers are forced to thread their kayaks through some extremely narrow cayons while fighting the rapids. They don't call it "one of the best creeks in Australia for kayaking class five" for nothing.
These videos offer a pair of roadside fails. In clip one, a street light in Winnipeg literally stopped a vehicle after falling on it. Locals have questioned the stability of the pole since the incident. In clip two, a group unloading a car from a truck with planks predictably failed. The planks broke under the vehicle like chopsticks.