Crazy Russian Hacker is back with five brand new gadgets that all serve as next-level survival tools! Gadgets like the "swiss army shovel," a solar striker called the "flash tray" that helps to start a fire in the wilderness, and a gadget that combines a spork and a spatula to create a portable set of camp tongs. Going camping soon? Check these gadgets out! View Now
Joshua Tree National Park is a scenic place to visit, but it looks even more beautiful with the Milky Way over it. This high-definition timelapse footage captured by Majestic Flights shows the rugged desert landscape along with countless stars twinkling in the sky.
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Spring thaw has been delayed in Sweden since the weather's been particularly cold there lately, so authorities drained this lake to prevent flooding once it starts warming up. It's fascinating to see how different the landscape looks before and after the lake is drained. It might not look as majestic without water, but we're in for one amazing glow-up once the meltwater starts flowing! View Now
In Colorado, a family of cougars dropped by someone's house for a surprise visit. No one let them inside, so they had their own little party on the deck and enjoyed a drink from the bird bath.
Over in California, a coyote was having a great time all by itself in someone's backyard. The coyote couldn't resist playing around with a golf ball that it found out there!
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Severe weather recently hit Minnesota, causing various storms around the state. First up, while a person's taking a video of the rain in Fairmont, a bolt of lightning suddenly strikes a little too close for comfort.
Then, Jake Heitman heads out into the action as he chases a microburst followed by a crazy hailstorm. The only thing more incredible than his footage? The fact that he captured it all without windshield wipers. View Now
During the demolition of a building in Canada, the area surrounding the site wasn't properly closed off to the public. So, when a man walking by realized he was in the danger zone, he quickly ran out of the falling structure's way. Thank goodness for quick reflexes!
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Hang glider Wolfgang Siess recently blew us away with his epic flight down Monte Zoncolan in Italy. While watching him get insanely close to the ground, we couldn't help but wonder what the whole experience looked like from his angle. Well, we asked and Wolfgang delivered! Check out the incredible flight again, from an entirely new perspective. View Now
Finding out the gender of your baby is exciting, but doing it at the beautiful Yellowstone National Park is even better. Eric, Maria, and their 13-month-old son Eden Uriah are going on a family adventure to not only experience the wonders of Yellowstone, but also to find out if the new addition to their family is going to be a boy or a girl! What an unforgettable trip.
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When a pair of kindhearted beachgoers spotted a sea turtle wedged between some rocks, they knew they had to do something to help. They gave the sweet animal the push it needed to get back into the ocean, and it then went on its way.
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Rio the robin and Adam aren't your typical pair of friends, but they're practically inseparable. Adam's a greenskeeper at a golf course and befriended the little bird while he was working. Now Adam can whistle a tune to call his BFF over to him, or feed the bird with his hands and mouth! View Now
This incredible footage shows thousands of flamingos making a pit stop on their migration path at a wetland in Mumbai. When you gaze out over the region, it looks like a sea of pink. How fascinating! View Now
Photographer Perrin James is making most people's underwater nightmares look mesmerizing. First, we see a diver swimming underneath ice, then one lying on the bottom of the ocean surrounded by sharks. These activities may not be everyone's definition of a good time, but they sure do make for some incredible footage. View Now
A family in Ohio dyed the pond in their backyard a beautiful color blue. Why? Because they can! They used a non-toxic dye, so don't worry, no aquatic life was harmed in the making of this video. They even added an awesome makeshift water fountain feature. You may not want to swim in this pond, but it sure is easy on the eyes! View Now
The team from Black Wings Movies went to Réunion Island last year and captured some incredible footage of an active volcano called Piton de la Fournaise. They used an FPV drone to film mesmerizing shots of lava flowing from the volcano during its powerful eruption. View Now
Even eagle families have to deal with their fair share of drama! Gabby and her eaglets Romy and Jules recently had to defend their nest against two different intruders. First, Romy was hanging out in the nest when an owl flew by and smacked him with its wing. That happened just days after an unwelcome eagle unexpectedly stopped by the nest. All of that rude behavior clearly doesn'tfly with this family of eagles. View Now
Mario Carpi captured tons of stunning shots when he traveled to the Pyrenees mountains. From all of the magnificent mountains, to gorgeous waterfalls, to lush green valleys, there were so many beautiful sights to behold.
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In New Hampshire, two guys may have gotten more than they bargained for when they went storm chasing. While they were inside their car, a bolt of lightning struck the vehicle and fried it!
Over in Russia, strong winds blew a flag pole over, which pierced the windshield of an oncoming car and shattered it. Thankfully, no serious injuries were reported in either of these incidents.
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Seeing octopuses in person is a rare sight for most of us, but at least we can enjoy this amazing footage of them. From camouflaging with their surroundings to billowing their tentacles, these octopuses are showing off their wide range of mesmerizing abilities.
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This isn't your average day at a golf course! WigWamFPV is a skilled drone pilot who went to a golf course and captured lots of exciting footage there. He pulled off several impressive maneuvers with the drone while filming, like weaving around trees and just barely dodging them in time.
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Taking a trip to Peru and visiting the Andes already sounds like an incredible adventure, but there's one mountain in particular that's worth checking out: Rainbow Mountain. It has colorful stripes due to its mineralogical composition, making it a truly spectacular sight to behold. View Now
Reminiscent of the popular novel "The Lord Of The Flies," the incredible story of six Tongan castaways is as real as they come. Back in the 1960s, six boys aged 13 to 16 stole a boat and left their home of Tonga in hopes of making a 500 mile trip to Fiji. The boys, who had limited resources and no sailing experience, instead shipwrecked on the uninhabited island of 'Ata. It was there they ended up being stranded for 15 months. Miraculously, all six boys survived and eventually returned home to Tonga. View Now
These caterpillars are sticking together! This fascinating footage shows 67 caterpillars moving in a procession across a path in Australia. It's believed that caterpillars travel end-to-end like this in order to protect themselves while searching for a new food source. Hey, you learn something new every day!
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David Ostapiw is setting out to answer a very important question: how early is too early to bust out the personal watercraft? Well, when you've got an awesome Sherp to tear through the ice like David does, the answer is it's never too early! Once he's got enough open water, it's time to cruise.
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People around the world have heard of but rarely seen the Green Flash. Well folks, get ready to check it off your bucket list! The natural phenomenon was captured on tape by photographer Mark McNeill, and it's pretty fascinating. Just before the sun dips below the horizon, you can see the color green — but don't blink, or else you just might miss it! View Now
This incredible footage was shot by Michael Aery, who became obsessed with scuba diving after retiring from the graphics industry. He very quickly attained the rank of Master Scuba Diver and now averages 150 dives and 5 dive trips a year. His favorite group trips are with Undersea Divers and Blue Green Expeditions, and he enjoys local diving with Cape Ann Divers II and Charterboat1. View Now
Many surfers are taking to this beach in California to shred its famous waves. "The wedge" is an area known for its large, wedge-shaped waves, and boy does it live up to its name. Check out this awesome footage of the monster swells, and all the surfing fails and wins that came with them.
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