Two snowboarders and a skier are out shredding some powder in Vail, Colorado, but things are about to take a turn for the worse. The first snowboarder, Will, begins going down the mountain. Then Dave, the second snowboarder, follows him, riding in the opposite direction while filming. Suddenly, the guys notice that an avalanche is closing in on Will, and they yell out to get his attention. Luckily, Will was able to escape the avalanche's path just in time, but yikes! That was one intense close call. View Now
If you have some old flowers around the house, don't throw them away just yet! Pressing flowers is a great way to turn them into beautiful, affordable, and personalized pieces of artwork. This tutorial is showing you some helpful tips and tricks to keep in mind while doing this fun DIY project.
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Mother Nature is a powerful force that you don't want to mess with. First, a 2-story house collapsed during a flood in Brazil and the water quickly carried it away. Although it was a devastating loss for the resident, at least they were not injured.
Next, an army of tumbleweeds was rolling across a street in California. You think tumbleweeds are harmless? Think again! One of them crashed right into the guy recording this unusual video.
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This school of striped eel catfish knows how to stick together! Watching them move as a group is mesmerizing...and also kind of freaky. You know what they say, power in numbers.
Next, two clownfish have been mated in a tank for three years, and now, they're expecting a baby! Orr, rather, multiple babies. In this clip, they're watching over their first clutch of eggs. What a cute couple. View Now
Olympic champion and alpine ski racer Ted Ligety is using his GoPro MAX camera to take us along on this action-packed run. The way he hits each gate at such high speeds is seriously impressive — it's no wonder he's a pro! View Now
This short film "First Try" by Iñigo Grasset showcases both action sports and nature in a breathtaking way. The film features snowboarder Hugo Serra shredding the slopes of British Columbia and all the pristine snow it has to offer. These beautiful shots are making us want to go get out there ourselves! View Now
Heavy rains turned a highway in Brazil into a river, and one man and his motorcycle got swept away. The flood dragged the guy as he fought to save his bike, but the waters eventually washed it away. Luckily, the man and his motorcycle were later brought to safety.
Speaking of motorcycles, this POV footage of a dude crashing his bike on a highway is making us flinch. He definitely didn't go down easy, but fortunately, seemed to be OK after the crash. His bike? Now, that's another story... View Now
Filmmakers from MAZCOR are showing us that skiing on Mars would be out of this world... but not necessarily in a good way. Their thought-provoking short film depicts what skiing could look like in the future if climate change continues at the rate it's going. Shredding on those Martian slopes just wouldn't be the same. View Now
WWF-Australia is deploying Koala detecting dogs in the wake of the devastating fires that are sweeping the nation. Their mission is to locate and rescue any surviving koalas that may be in the area, and these dogs are a huge help. In this clip, Taz the pup used some scats and a strong sense of smell to sniff out koalas surviving high up in a tree. It's so incredible to see animals helping other animals like this. View Now
The Dunking Devils are back with episode five of their series "DD Squad." This time, the adrenaline junkies are setting up a zipline over Lake Trboje and using it to pull off some pretty insane tricks. Whether they're nailing them or not, this crew certainly knows how to make a splash.
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Sailor and filmmaker JeffHK is taking us along on his journey through the Atlantic ocean with this beautiful timelapse footage. Traveling on a cargo vessel, he filmed for two weeks straight and captured 62,000 raw image files along with 500 GB of rendered video files to create this scenic video. His hard work sure paid off, because the finished product is incredible. View Now
If you thought this stream of water was frozen, then think again! This rare natural phenomenon shows what looks to be a frozen stream of water flowing out of a pipe. But, when the person capturing the video runs their hand through the stream, we see that the water is actually flowing. Unexpected? Yes. Fascinating? Absolutely. View Now
The RNLI does incredible work rescuing people and animals out at sea. These dedicated volunteers were called on to rescue some dolphins who had gotten stuck in a muddy area that couldn't be reached by boat or by foot. So, they broke out the hovercraft! The rescue itself was complicated, but they were able to get the job done. View Now
This bizarre creature might look like it's from another planet, but a diver found it swimming off the coast of Indonesia. It's actually a flatworm that almost looked like it was glowing as it swam through the water. View Now
We're big fans of Mount Pearl, Canada and the lovely people who inhabit the town, but maybe we'll wait until summer to pay them a visit... They recently got several feet of snow, causing what is being referred to as the "snowmageddon," or the "snowpocalypse." But like true Canadians, they're taking it in stride and having a little bit of fun with it! Hopefully it warms up soon for our friends up north. View Now
After growing out his beard for six months, Isaiah busted out the electric shaver. While he was shaving off that magnificent beard, he decided to have a little fun with it.
Next, a guy in Minnesota stood outside for two hours and endured the freezing cold weather. After all that time, his beard was freezing! View Now
In China, a boy was out walking with his grandma when he thought it'd be a swell idea to drop a firecracker into a sewer. This little gag caused a big explosion that sent bricks flying, but luckily neither the boy nor his grandma were hit by any debris. View Now
Part of the appeal of drive-through safari parks is that the animals get up close and personal. The downside is that the animals get up close and personal. One baboon at Knowsley Safari Park in England was pretty curious about the passing vehicles and started ripping away bumpers and break lights. Try explaining that one to the insurance company...
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If photographer Aryeh Nirenberg doesn't take your breath away with his night-to-day timelapse at Reflection Canyon, we don't know what will. He already has us wanting to book a flight to Southern Utah to catch this mesmerizing view for ourselves!
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Rain is a welcome force of nature in Australia considering the brush fires that have been devastating the area lately. Lightning, however, is not. One family captured the scary moment lightning struck a little too close to home...
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Bushfires have been raging across Australia, so storms have become more than welcome over there. In this first clip, someone noticed a huge dust storm rolling in and captured incredible timelapse footage of it.
Next, a farmer was thrilled to see that it was pouring rain outside. He couldn't contain his excitement as he stepped out to enjoy the stormy weather. View Now
You know what they say — when the leaves fall, make a giant pile of them and use it for trickshots! Okay fine, maybe people don't say that, but it sure looks like fun. Creezy and friends dug a hole, filled it with leaves, and are using it to pull off some impressive stunts. What an awesome way to spend a day outdoors. View Now
This apocalyptic-looking footage comes to us from Kangaroo Island. As fires continue to rage across Australia, five firetrucks are escaping a dangerous blaze and, unfortunately, sometimes the only way out is through. The fire actually passes over the trucks as they drive, but the brave crew remains calm and focused as they fight the fire from the inside and eventually reach safety. Luckily these brave firefighters made it out OK, but what a truly terrifying force of nature. View Now
Freedivers Geoff Coombs and Andrew Ryzebol were exploring Ontario and captured some ethereal footage while swimming beneath the ice. We're glad people like this exist so that we can enjoy the beautiful views without having to brave the elements ourselves! View Now
Killem is back with another awesome video. This time, he and his lady Moon are visiting an igloo hotel in Austria, and we have to admit, it looks pretty cool. The hotel is on top of a mountain that overlooks a village, and don't worry folks, it has a sauna. This place is definitely bucket list material — just don't forget to bring your coat! View Now
This drone footage might look otherworldly, but it wasn't filmed on Mars or a Hollywood set. Filmmaker Dennis Schmelz captured the breathtaking footage right here on Earth. The fascinating rocky formations are called earth pyramids and they can be found in South Tyrol, Italy.
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In the world of winter sports, there are few things as awesome as fresh powder. These folks are not only skiing on this untouched snow but also making artistic lines and patterns as they go. You may not be able to see how cool it looks from the ground, but don't worry, they used a drone to capture epic shots of the whole thing from above.
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