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Dron’n Around The Australian Beach

Dron’n Around The Australian Beach

We love going to the beach and wish we could take in the entire shoreline all at once. Thanks to FPV drones, we can do just that! PerkoFPV took his drone out for a flight around the beaches in Victoria twice. One in the morning and once again at sunset. View Now
Drone Pilot Beautifully Captures Skier In Action

Drone Pilot Beautifully Captures Skier In Action

There's a lot to appreciate in this amazing video shot in Chamonix, France. Drone pilot Hensli Sage seamlessly captured the visually stunning scenery, Sam Favret skied with ease over the iconic mountains and Maxime Moulin's expert editing truly make this film a breathtaking masterpiece. Now if you'll excuse us, we're going to watch it again! View Now
Taking On An Epic Alaskan Skiing Line

Taking On An Epic Alaskan Skiing Line

Alaska has some of the most epic ski lines in the world. Even for champion skier and coach Caite Zeliff, it can be an intimidating experience. Teton Gravity Research joined Caite as she took on the steep mountain slopes for the first time. It didn't all go smoothly. During one of the lines, she hit rocks hidden by the snow and took a bad tumble under another rock pile. However, she recovered quikcly and was back on the helicopter in no time! View Now
Smile! Your Falls Are On (Doorbell) Camera!

Smile! Your Falls Are On (Doorbell) Camera!

We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Doorbell cameras are a gift to human society for their ability to capture everything. In Scotland, a man went outside to take things to the recycling bin. Frigid temperatures caused falling ice and falling ice caused, well, a fall! via ViralHog View Now
Horse Girl Fight & Dog Doesn’t Want Any Trouble

Horse Girl Fight & Dog Doesn’t Want Any Trouble

Dakota was not happy when she saw the new horse join the equine sanctuary. She decided to make her opinion known by starting a fight with Rosie, the newest horse. They started kicking at each other, but it looked like things were calming down until Dakota bit Rosie's tail. The fence bore the brunt of Rosie's angry reaction. We're assured that the two horses get along nowadays...for the most part. via ViralHog View Now
2,500 Miles Of Extreme Off-Road Desert Racing

2,500 Miles Of Extreme Off-Road Desert Racing

To compete in the Red Bull Dakar Rally held in Saudi Arabia, one must race for two weeks over 2,500 miles of desert terrain. It's a grueling extreme race for anyone, but these athletes are the best of the best when it comes to off-road sports. When the dust literally and figuratively settled, Nasser Al-Attiyah, Chaleco López, Dmitry Sotnikov and Sam Sunderland all took home winning titles. View Now
Warthogs Didn't See It Coming & Young Elephants Try To Intimidate

Warthogs Didn't See It Coming & Young Elephants Try To Intimidate

A sounder of warthogs was taking a walk at Kruger National Park in South Africa. It sounds pleasant, but a silent threat was lurking. Under the protection of grass, a hungry leopard waited for its moment to snag some dinner. The warthogs slowly approached and when they were right in front of it, the leopard took its shot! Miraculously, the warthogs escaped. View Now
North Carolinians Vs. The Snow

North Carolinians Vs. The Snow

North Carolina has experienced some heavy winter weather and everyone's handling it very differently. In our first video, someone left their car door open when they went to the store. As we s'know, snow doesn't stop for anyone and two feet of fresh powder piled high in the vehicle. via ViralHog View Now
Landslide Destroys Historic Building & Monorail Beam Falls

Landslide Destroys Historic Building & Monorail Beam Falls

The inevitable can be heartbreaking. In Brazil, a historic 19th-century mansion had been closed since 2012 because of a landslide and the future risk of more. The building stood until just recently when another landslide finally destroyed it. Fortunately, the surrounding land had been evacuated moments earlier and nobody was injured. Townspeople now mourn the loss of the historic site. View Now
Warning: Ice May Be Thinner Than It Appears

Warning: Ice May Be Thinner Than It Appears

In Saint Petersburg, Russia, Anna Zhakova decided to test the strength of an icy pond by driving over it! The ice wasn't as thick as she had suspected and her tires got stuck! Luckily, she was close to the perimeter of the pond and it made for a somewhat-easy rescue. View Now
Time To Harvest The Luffas!

Time To Harvest The Luffas!

What, you think luffas just grow on trees?! Well, they don't. They grow out of the ground. If you didn't already know (like us), luffas are actually grown in a garden because they're a vegetable. We don't know how they taste, but if you peel them and dry them out, that's how you get those spongy materials that become a luffa you use in the shower. via Earth, Nails & Tails View Now
Face Prints In Fresh Snow & Instant Karma Ice Slip

Face Prints In Fresh Snow & Instant Karma Ice Slip

Snow angels, step aside. When you see a fresh spot of snow, stick your face in it! Sure, it'll be cold, but the results are just...well...a little freaky, but in a cool way! You know what else is cold? Ice. And when his wife slipped in it, Sabastian laughed and laughed saying that he got it on the doorbell camera. You know what else it picked up? Him slipping just moments later! via ViralHog View Now
The Beautiful Saguaros Of The Sonoran Desert

The Beautiful Saguaros Of The Sonoran Desert

Will Pattiz from More Than Just Parks takes us to the Sonoran Desert. The Saguaro Desert covers over 90,000 acres of desert land, and no two saguaro cacti are alike. If you ever have the chance to take a trip out to see the saguaros, and if it's not too hot out, this can make for a memorable exploration experience. View Now
Making The Jump Look Easy & Riding Through 30 Feet Of Snow

Making The Jump Look Easy & Riding Through 30 Feet Of Snow

Check out Andreas Bergmark! He's a professional backcountry sledder from Sweden. Here, he makes a jump look so easy! We can't even do a regular flip, much less one while sitting on a 400-pound vehicle. Speaking of backcountry sledding, two pals were enjoying some backcountry sledding in 30-foot-deep snow. You see those short trees? They're more like treeTOPS! The snow was so deep that one man got stuck twice in a 10-foot circle and the other got stuck three times within a 100-foot circle. So, maybe there is such a thing as too much snow. View Now
How To Start (A Tiny) Avalanche While Skiing

How To Start (A Tiny) Avalanche While Skiing

Three friends went on a skiing adventure up in the snow mountains of Tsvirmi, Georgia. As we can see in the helmet cam video, they started all the way at the top of the mountains, where one wrong step could have meant disaster. However, the friends started skiing down the mountain with no problem. Then the avalanche started! Not to worry, though, the avalanche was small and didn't bury the friends under the snow. But it was enough to make us decide we'd be happy watching from the comfort of a warm cabin. View Now
Slippery Roads Lead To Quick Crashes

Slippery Roads Lead To Quick Crashes

Drivers should always exercise extra caution when it rains. In Woodford Bends, Australia, one patch of particularly slippery road caused a driver to hydroplane, lose control of the vehicle and crash on the side of the road. Luckily, the person who captured the crash on video immediately pulled over to help and reported that the driver was OK and was able to call someone for help. via Dash Cam Owners Australia View Now
Some Pups Thrive In The Snow! Others...Don't.

Some Pups Thrive In The Snow! Others...Don't.

Eleanor and her German shepherd mix Akela love to go skijoring in their home of Alberta, Canada. As Akela pulls their human across a bridge, you can see they were meant to be a sleigh dog! This next pup is a lap dog, not a sleigh dog, much to her human Jamie's chagrin. Chimichanga would rather sit warm with little Austin than pull him! Our final video finds our claim somewhere in the middle. Dachshunds had a blast in the snow, but it didn't last very long! View Now
Cave Exploring Shouldn’t Be A Solo Sport

Cave Exploring Shouldn’t Be A Solo Sport

We've enjoyed videos from the ActionAdventureTwins before but this time we're just following Edward on a solo adventure. He decided to explore a cave all by himself, and if you're claustrophobic, this might not be the video for you. Edward definitely knows what he's doing, and he does come across a bat and a crawfish. So he's not technically "alone." Still, when the spaces get a little too tight and the waters start to rise due to the melting snow outside, Edward decided to call it a day. View Now
Drew Binsky Spends 48 Hours With Saudi Desert Nomads

Drew Binsky Spends 48 Hours With Saudi Desert Nomads

Drew Binsky finally achieved his goal of visiting every country in the world, ending with Saudi Arabia. Part of his trip was spending 48 hours with people from the desert's nomadic tribes — people whose ancestors have lived there since 6000 BC! While learning about some of their daily tasks and sharing meals, Drew connected deeply with the kind and welcoming people. What a great way to end a milestone! View Now
Oh Snow They Didn’t!

Oh Snow They Didn’t!

It's easy to get lost in the moment when you're skiing. There's so much beautiful scenery like the mountains and trees. However, if you see something ahead of you that looks kind of like a rock, just assume it's a rock. Tim Durtschi hit a snow-covered rock and went flying. He's okay, but this would definitely shake our skiing confidence the rest of the day. View Now
Just Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy The Ducks

Just Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy The Ducks

While many of us found ourselves at home a lot more, hobbies like bird watching have really taken off in popularity. Preschool teacher David Bedard went over to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in New York City's Central Park and came across some beautiful hooded merganser ducks. We wonder if birds have also taken up people watching at the same time? View Now
Strap On Your Snow Shoes And Let’s Go Hiking!

Strap On Your Snow Shoes And Let’s Go Hiking!

If you had a spare nine hours, what would you do? If you're Josiah Reyes and his friends, you grab your snowshoes and head out into the Alpine Mountains for a winter hiking adventure. Despite the cold, Josiah still says you should bring plenty of food and water. Because hiking is hiking and you will still get dehydrated and hungry if you're not careful. All in all, this sounds like a great way to spend a day outdoors. View Now
Reptile Theft At Kamp Kenan

Reptile Theft At Kamp Kenan

We love all the reptiles and animals found at Kamp Kenan. However, apparently there are more than just reptile fans watching Kenan's videos. Two of his animals, a black dragon named Inky and a monitor lizard named Bobby, were stolen from Kenan's property. Given how complex the break-in was, it's clear that somebody has been watching Kenan's videos and taking notes. Police were eventually able to locate Inky and return her home. But the search is still on for Bobby. View Now
Big Animals Need Help Big Time!

Big Animals Need Help Big Time!

How do you get an ox out of a pool when you don't have Paul Bunyan around? You have to call firefighters! An ox had fallen into a farmer's pool in Brazil and was in danger of drowning. The farmer called the fire department, who had to put their heads together to figure out the best and safest way to rescue the one-ton animal. Using wooden boards and ropes, they got the ox to the shallow side of the pool and it was able to get out on its own. View Now