While out enjoying a beautiful day at Jaures Canyon in Mexico, Dani decided to take a dip in the water. Things quickly went wrong when the rapids started sweeping him downstream as he tried to cling onto nearby rocks. Thankfully, he managed to make it out of the water alive, but not without a few gnarly cuts and bruises. It's important for us all to remember the dangers of strong currents. View Now
Who knew that watching plants grow could be so entertaining? This fascinating timelapse footage shows us grass and corn seeds germinating, then continuing to grow until they sprout. Gardening would be way more exciting if you could see it like this in real life! View Now
While exploring a frozen lake in Gavle, Sweden, nature lover Andreas Petersen was suprised to see a school of perch trapped in the shallow water. He saved the fish by taking a hammer to the ice, freeing them, and clearing a path to the deeper water.
Over at Porteau Cove in Canada, the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre released a handful of recently rehabilitated seals back into the wild. Each seal had their own reaction to being released, and watching them scoot into the ocean is too cute! View Now
It's one thing watching a glacier fall in a nature video, but these lucky folks got front row seats to nature's best. In LeConte Bay, Alaska, it's entirely possible to watch a glacier break into the ocean right in front of your eyes. These glaciers were certainly causing a comotion, and these people were definitely impressed with the show!
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At first, it might look like a small pike is swimming towards a fishing line, but that's actually a realistic fishing lure! A man is using that lure while fishing in the Netherlands, and a huge pike is clearly fooled because it takes a bite and gets hooked. Will the fisherman be able to catch that big pike, or will it get away before he can reel it in? View Now
Two separate fires are ravaging communities across Brazil. First, a set of palm trees in Goianápolis are ablaze as firefighters and volunteers work around the clock to extinguish the flames. Then, an apocalyptic-looking whirlwind of fire swirls across a sugar cane region in São Paulo, destroying everything in its path. We hope to see these devastating fires contained sooner rather than later. View Now
Wildlife artist Robert E Fuller has some adorable visitors on his front porch. Wrens come and nest on Robert's porch every year, and this year, he's capturing priceless footage of the chicks' first few days navigating the world around them. Like all of us starting out in life, things take some getting used to — but the little wrens get the hang of things eventually! View Now
In Russia, a deer was trapped in what looked like a concrete cone. An elderly man was on a mission to rescue the poor thing, but that was easier said than done! Thankfully, he didn't give up until he got the deer out of there.
Now let's head over to the Toronto Zoo in Canada, where a giraffe calf was enjoying the sunny weather by frolicking around. The little giraffe looked adorably awkward as it occasionally stumbled while running around its enclosure! View Now
Shocking footage from China shows the moment a large wave from a nearby river suddenly floods a busy street. The wave was actually what's called a tidal bore, which occurs when tides pass into narrow waterways, forming waves much higher than usual. Thankfully, no casualties were reported — but wow! We can definitely say we didn't see that one coming. View Now
Colorado Parks and Wildlife takes us with them on their journey to relocate trout. Watch as they soar over northern Colorado in an airplane full of 380,000 trout to help repopulate over 330 mountain lakes in the area. Using an airplane to drop the fish into the water may seem odd, but it's faster and more efficient than doing it by hand. Plus, this way offers us some great views! View Now
OK, we knew sunflower seeds came from sunflowers, but seeing the actual harvesting process is pretty fascinating! Actress, mother, and YouTube's latest sensation Jennifer Garner harvested some fresh sunflower seeds from her backyard garden — and although she may not have necessarily succeeded, all that matters is that she tried! When in doubt, feed it to the chickens. View Now
Photographer Martin Giraud's stunning timelapse footage from the Cosmodrome Observatory in France has us gazing at the sky in a whole new way. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the stars as they glide across the screen in this captivating short film. View Now
After COVID-19, you should definitely plan your next trip to the Italian Dolomites! Danny Turner loves to document his travels, and he took a 1,000-mile road trip through the region to knock off another stop on his bucket list. Watch this condensed travel video with beautiful scenery and views you can't find anywhere else!
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Don Tesdal Jr. is a husband, father of four kids, and volunteer firefighter who lives in Detroit, Oregon. As many of us know, wildfires have been ravaging the West Coast lately, and unfortunately they hit this community hard. Don is sharing the gut-wrenching story of how one of those fires completely destroyed his house and all of his belongings, turning his life upside down. View Now
Ryan moved into his dream ranch about three weeks ago, so you can imagine how devastating it was when he saw a wildfire approaching his property. His ranch is located in San Diego County, and firefighters in that area have been so busy that they weren't able to respond right away. Ryan was worried about the safety of his animals, but thankfully most of his animals and property were unharmed by the wildfire.
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Massimo Verde was diving in the Red Sea when he spotted something fascinating. Was it grass or maybe feathers floating underwater? No, it was a school of razorfish swimming with their heads down and tails up! They've adapted to swimming in this unusual way to try staying hidden in plain sight. Wow, they almost fooled us... View Now
Who knew a mushroom releasing its spores could be so cool? Nature photographer Jojo Villareal captured the fascinating sight while out exploring the Camsur Capital Forest Reserve in the Philippines, and watching the spores gently swirl into the air is absolutely mesmerizing. View Now
The name "Tarantula Hawk" is just about the most terrifying name you can give anything. It's right up there with "Murder Hornet" or "Chainsaw Bear." Fortunately for us humans, Tarantula Hawks focus all their fury on tarantulas, as their name implies. But as one man in Tucson, Arizona found out, Tarantula Hawks are the only things that can give big spiders nightmares. View Now
Jeremiah was out bow hunting on his property when the sound of bullets rang out. After a few shots, he realized the stray bullets were being fired way too close for comfort, so he quickly ran away. Fortunately, Jeremiah managed to get home safely, and later found out that the gunfire came from his neighbors, who were out target shooting and had no idea that anyone was in the area at the time. View Now
It spoils everyone's good time when two jerks decide to get into a fist fight outside of a bar. However, in this case the two jerks are a pair of kangaroos.
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Then, if you happened to miss the recent remake of "The Lion King," not to worry! Turns out two real life lions duked it out for all of us to see. View Now
How have you been spending your lockdown time? Have you been catching up on projects? Maybe even starting a new hobby? Well, father/son team Joshua and Toby Rubin spent their lockdown time building a raft so that they could paddle from Cape Town to Robben Island, which is almost five miles!
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Reinier's heading out to the Leucate La Franqui Lagoon in France to get his kitesurfing on. Apparently, the area is pretty popular among kitesurfers — and with those winds, we can definitely see why! Once he gets out onto the water, the fun begins. We can't decide which is cooler: the kitesurfing or the 360 degree footage!
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While off-roading in his customized Jeep Cherokee, Mark found himself in a bit of a pickle when got stuck on the trail's first obstacle. Luckily, it wasn't Mark's first rodeo — so he was prepared for this kind of situation. He was able to make the necessary repair and catch up with his friends up ahead on the trail...only for the car to break down again 5 miles from his house!
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12-year-old Tyson Hockley has captured some amazing photos of wildlife. Now, he's capturing spectactular video! While kayaking in Victoria, BC, Tyson met some friendly seals who wanted to be in front of the camera. The result: cuteness overload! We can't wait to see what animals Tyson sees next! View Now
Of all the excuses to be late for work, "Sorry boss, but a turkey held me up," would certainly be one of the strangest. And yet, for RTM viewer Luciano, that's exactly what happened.
Speaking of car trouble, one Tesla driver was able to avoid some thanks to the car's autopilot feature. Before the driver could react to the large semi truck swerving in his lane, the car moved itself out of the way.
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Scientists in Australia conducted a comprehensive study of the Great Barrier Reef 6,000 feet below the surface of the sea, and the hard work certainly paid off! Using their heavy-duty (not to mention insanely impressive!) equipment, they examined life on the ocean floor, retrieved groundbreaking samples for data collection and even discovered undescribed and unobserved species. Talk about a successful mission!