While swimming under a beautiful waterfall in Brazil, Dieynne Saugo was suddenly bit three times by a deadly snake. Despite being in excruciating pain, Dieynne acted quickly to film the snake before it slithered off — a move that ended up saving her life. Doctors later used the footage to identify the snake as a highly venomous pit viper known as the Bothrops Jararaca, and used that information to give Dieynne the proper antidote. We're giving this woman serious props!
From one freak accident to another, two instructors had a seriously close call when their jump off a 225-foot waterfall went wrong. Rather than the bungee rope pulling them up before they hit the water, they plunged straight in. Fortunately, their safety equipment did its job and neither of the instructors were injured.