Nature

Tree Cutting Fail & Wakeboarder Gets A Surprise

Tree Cutting Fail & Wakeboarder Gets A Surprise

A tree cutting service is working on some trees in Arkansas, and things don't exactly go as planned. Thankfully nobody was injured in this incident — but yikes, what a close call.  Speaking of trees, this one seems to jump right out at this wakeboarder enjoying a nice day on the water. Ouch! That one had to hurt. via ViralHog. View Now
Man Subwings With Friendly Dolphin

Man Subwings With Friendly Dolphin

Not everyone can say they've made friends with a dolphin, but this guy can. He was subwinging through the sparkling waters at the Turks and Caicos Islands when a dolphin swam beside him for a while. What an amazing experience! via Jukin Media View Now
When Humans Are Careless, The Environment Suffers

When Humans Are Careless, The Environment Suffers

When a man notices a seagull struggling in the water, he realizes that the bird is completely tangled in fishing line. Thankfully after some careful maneuvering, he's able to unwrap the seagull and set it free — but remember folks, the world is not just our home, and the ocean is not our garbage can. via ViralHog View Now
Intense Close Encounters With Wildlife

Intense Close Encounters With Wildlife

Morten was kayaking in Norway when a whale breached the water nearby. It was so close, he probably would've been able to touch it with his paddle! Next, cue the "Jaws" music because a great white shark got really, really close to this boat in Australia. The massive fish swam right next to the boat, which was probably either exciting or terrifying depending on who you ask. View Now
'Yes Theory' Spends 24 Hours Stranded At Sea

'Yes Theory' Spends 24 Hours Stranded At Sea

The guys at Yes Theory like to live by the motto "seek discomfort," and they're definitely doing that in this video. This time, the courageous group is challenging themselves to survive out on the open waters for 24 hours in a life raft. Things are getting pretty crowded, cold, and interesting — but like always, the Yes Theory crew perseveres.  View Now
Landing On Top Of The Alp's Highest Mountain

Landing On Top Of The Alp's Highest Mountain

Scientist, Paraglider & TV Host Nicolas Plain is flying over the Alps in France, and due to some pretty unique and specific weather conditions, is able to land at the summit of Mont Blanc. Usually, this isn't possible, however, climate change has resulted in the mountain's highest ever recorded temperatures, creating thermals that these paragliders were able to use to ride up to the top. View Now
Epic Journey Through The Arctic On Handbuilt Wooden Boat

Epic Journey Through The Arctic On Handbuilt Wooden Boat

Olivier D. Huin is taking his handbuilt wooden boat, Breskell, on an epic journey through the perilous Arctic waters. Not many people throughout human history have successfully made this dangerous trip, but Olivier is a master at building wooden boats and he's more than ready for the journey. The film "Breskell" will capture the highs and lows of the icy adventure, and we can't wait to watch it. View Now
Waterfall Comes Back To Life & Horsey's Had Enough

Waterfall Comes Back To Life & Horsey's Had Enough

It's no doubt that the forces of nature can be unpredictable to us humans, and in this case, we're seeing exactly that. A dried-up waterfall surprises tourists in India as it suddenly comes gushing back to life due to a large intake of rainwater brought on by flash floods. Get out of the way, folks! View Now
Wildlife Caught In Places They Don't Belong

Wildlife Caught In Places They Don't Belong

In Zimbabwe, a kindhearted safari guide spotted an impala stuck in some mud and helped to lift the animal free. Although it was a bit weak at first, it was soon able to run back to where it belongs. via African Bush Camps Over in Russia, a crocodile was wandering around a parking lot and hiding beneath cars. It was soon captured and returned to the traveling circus that it had escaped from. No one was hurt during the incident. View Now
Explorers Find Cave Full Of Abandoned Cars

Explorers Find Cave Full Of Abandoned Cars

A group of brave explorers ventured into a cave and found a heap of ruined cars. It was a dangerous journey to get through the dark, slippery cave, but they made it. It's a mystery how or why the cars were abandoned there, but they appear to have been there a long time. View Now
Humpback Whales Jumping For Joy

Humpback Whales Jumping For Joy

A research team went out on the water to look for sharks, but they got a big surprise when they saw a humpback whale instead! The huge animal breached the water, which was quite the spectacle. Next, people on a boat watched in amazement as a humpback whale breached the water at a distance. Then it breached again a bit closer... and then again, so close that is almost landed on their boat. That was definitely too close for comfort! View Now
6 Years Of Selfies From All Around The Globe

6 Years Of Selfies From All Around The Globe

Alex Chacon is known for traveling the world and documenting his epic adventures on a 360 selfie camera. He's back with part 3 of his 360 travel selfie series, and this one is summing up 6 years of breathtaking, impactful, and eye-opening experiences he encountered while traveling to over 60 different countries. The way Alex lives is life is so inspiring, and the way he shares it with the world is beautiful. View Now
Can You Describe Your State's Shape?

Can You Describe Your State's Shape?

What better way to celebrate Independence Day than to see how well people can explain their home state? Condé Nast Traveler is asking 50 different people to describe the shape of their state, and some of the descriptions get pretty creative. Condé Nast Traveler video produced by Condé Nast Entertainment. View Now
Kicking Off Fourth Of July Festivities With Water Sports

Kicking Off Fourth Of July Festivities With Water Sports

Many people celebrate Fourth of July by taking fun trips with their family and friends. First, this family's at the lake doing some tubing. It looks like they're having a good time, although they have their fair share of wipeouts! Then, a boy is staying balanced while water skiing behind a boat. He's doing really well, especially considering he's only 9 years old. Next, apparently humans aren't the only ones who enjoy water sports! A T-rex is having some fun on the water while foil boarding. View Now
Traveling From Norway To Sweden With Absolutely Nothing

Traveling From Norway To Sweden With Absolutely Nothing

The guys from Breach the Box are aiming to get from Oslo, Norway all the way to Sweden. But if that weren't difficult enough already, they're challenging themselves to make the trip with absolutely nothing. That's right, no clothes, no gear, no money — relying solely on the generosity of strangers. To tell us more about their incredible experience, Daniel and Jacob are joining us via Skype. View Now
Recklessly Racing Almost 200 MPH & Driving Though The Water

Recklessly Racing Almost 200 MPH & Driving Though The Water

In South Africa, a driver sped down the freeway while racing a motorcylist. The driver reached almost 200 MPH during the dangerous race — while also recording with their phone — and the biker was weaving through traffic. Come on people, safety first! Over in Croatia, there was another crazy sight that was certainly unusual. Curious people watched as a Jeep drove across the sea! The amphibious car was able to make it through the water and roll back onto dry land. View Now
Namibia's Beautiful Landscapes Are Taking Our Breath Away

Namibia's Beautiful Landscapes Are Taking Our Breath Away

There's beauty to be found in every corner of the world, and that's definitely true for Namibia in Africa. The desert landscapes, huge rock formations and sandy beaches are already enough to leave sightseers in awe — not to mention the incredible variety of wildlife throughout the scenery. What more could a wanderlust ask for? View Now
Mama Bear Rushes To Save Drowning Cub

Mama Bear Rushes To Save Drowning Cub

A family of black bears are swimming across a lake in British Columbia, Canada when one of the struggling cubs goes under. Mama bear knows that something's wrong and circles around, looking for her drowning cub. Thankfully, she's able to save her baby and the whole family makes it safely back to land. View Now
Internet's Grandma Couldn't Be More Precious

Internet's Grandma Couldn't Be More Precious

Meet Shirley Curry, a sweet lady who's quickly becoming the Internet's grandma. She's got that undeniably endearing grandma charm that just brightens our day. Shirley also plays the video game Skyrim, which we have to admit is pretty cool. Keep it up, Grandma Shirley — the Internet loves you! View Now
Climate Change Threatens Great Barrier Reef

Climate Change Threatens Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef has astounding natural beauty, but that's being threatened by climate change. The huge reef that was once colorful and teeming with life is becoming increasingly bleached and desolate. Tom Park's footage shows the reef dying over the years, but he says that it's not too late to save it. Hopefully mankind will be able to restore the Great Barrier Reef before it's too late. View Now
Shy Seal Isn't Too Shy For The Camera

Shy Seal Isn't Too Shy For The Camera

Photographer Daan Verhoeven came across an adorably sweet seal in the waters of Cornwall, England while freediving. While the little one was shy, it turns out it was willing to strike a pose or two for Daan's camera, and the pictures turned out beautiful.  View Now