Nick Calderone and his love for cookies are only matched by his love for the great outdoors and big trucks! He had the opportunity to attend the Overland Expo 2021, an event for adventure and off-roading enthusiasts to gain skills and check out the latest camping technology, like the InstaPrivy! At the expo, Nick took the brand new 2022 RAM 1500 TRX off-road pickup truck for a test run at the Cinder Hills Off-Highway Vehicle Area in Flagstaff, Arizona. The truck has everything an off-roading enthusiast needs and a stylish design to look great while doing it. View Now
Looking for a new vacation destination? Lance Packer's got you covered! He visited Timber Moose Lodge, America's biggest log cabin located in Utah and shot footage via drone to give us all a little vacation envy. This 27,000 square foot property is filled with beautiful lakes, forests and scenery. Excuse us while we book our next trip! View Now
Hearing strange noises coming from your outdoor trash can is never a good sign. However, when Ashley went to see what was inside, she was greeted by four raccoons. It apparently happened a couple of times. Each time Ashley and her family carefully laid the trash cans down so the scared raccoons could be free once again. View Now
We never get tired of incredible FPV (First Person Video) drone footage. This time, drone pilot E Mania takes us on a flying tour over the beautiful mountains of Croatia. What's amazing is that there seems to be literally no shortage of stunning sights to see. We even get a quick little tour of their van before the video is over. View Now
This horrifying video showed the shocking moment when a landslide in northern India reduced an entire building to rubble. The eight-story building was luckily evacuated shortly before it collapsed, but it left many residents' belongings and livelihoods destroyed by the destruction. View Now
What we love about our friends at Wildlife Aid is that they not only rescue animals in need, but they rehabilitate them, too. Simon Cowell and the rest of the team raised orphaned badgers to adulthood and now it's time to return them to the wild. After traveling to a secret location, the badgers were put into a soft release pen to get them acclimated to their new environment. View Now
Have you ever stopped to wonder how scientists learn about things like butterfly migration patterns? After all, it's not like they can just sit down and ask butterflies where they go. They tried; the butterflies refused to talk. That's where researchers like Rachel Comp come in. She works for the Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. Her job is to catch monarch butterflies and tag their wings. Once tagged, the researchers can track butterfly migration patterns to see how things like climate change affect those patterns. View Now
Oh, to be an elephant playing in a big mud puddle! A little fella was splashing around when the rest of its herd began to walk away. It couldn't decide if it should go with the others or just stay to enjoy the water! With a little boost from an adult elephant, the little one eventually hopped out to join the herd.
Meanwhile in Australia, Agnes Oh captured a momma wombat and her timid tike. While mom ate, the camera-shy baby hid under her belly. Why is it that the shyer a baby animal is, the more adorable it is?! View Now
While a hurricane was happening, one woman decided to go on a short walk to take some pictures of the winds and rain. She came across more than the weather on her way home when she passed by a man in a wheelchair. She immediately noticed he had no umbrella and offered hers up to him. This touching moment is a good reminder that a little kidness goes a long way.
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We've seen so many travel videos here on RTM but this trip almost looks like all of those adventures combined! In this two-week tour by T3M African Tours, travelers begin their journey in Namibia and end in South Africa, riding by motorcycle to explore various landscapes. From the Savanna to beaches to sand dunes, it truly looks like the trip of a lifetime! View Now
When a couple in South Dakota found a seemingly lifeless hummingbird beneath their bird feeder, they decided to take it inside for a little TLC. After warming the little fella up in the palms of their hands and drying him off, it wasn't long until the adorable bird was as good as new! They say it's good luck to just hold a hummingbird, so this couple must have very good fortune coming their way after nursing one back to health.
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In a single extraction, The Ocean Cleanup's System 002 captured 3.8 tons (about 7,600 pounds!) of garbage from the ocean. This is one of several ongoing experiments being conducted with System 002 to pull trash out of the ocean without catching marine life. While it is a little disheartening to see all of that trash, seeing it being cleaned up by such an innovative system brings us hope for our oceans! View Now
Marcelo Johan Ogata is a scuba diver and videographer who has set out on a mission to film some of the rarest wildlife you can find in the ocean deep. And we're not kidding, we've never seen fish or sea horses that look quite like the ones Ogata has captured on camera. It's enough to make us wish we traveled to Komodo Island, Indonesia and Vancouver with him. View Now
Trash causes more problems than you might think. Take plastic drink rings, for example, once those go in the garbage bin, we don't give them a second thought. But for one fox, getting those rings wrapped around its neck meant it was going to be in danger sooner or later. Wildlife Aid's Simon Cowell came to the rescue, though. He was able to safely cut away the plastic and set the fox cub free again. View Now
We usually catch Jake from DALLMYD in a scuba suit. This time, he free dove for treasure at a busy river in Colorado. As always, he found his fair share of sunglasses, but he also found a shopping cart and a huge magnet! The big prize of the day was an Apple Watch. After turning it on and locating its owner to return it, Jake learned that the watch had been in the river for two months! View Now
This video kept us on the edge of our seats as we watched a leopard creep up on an unsuspecting woman. A 55 year-old woman was wandering around her terrace in Mumbai, India one night completely unaware of a big cat watching her every move. The leopard attacked and due to quick thinking, the woman able to protect herself with her cane, leading the cat to retreat. She did get scratched in the attack and was admitted to a hospital for treatment. View Now
When you're not screaming and running away from them, have you ever stopped to wonder why scorpions have their famous fluorescent glow under ultraviolet lights? That's what Derek Muller wanted to ask Professor Carl Kloock about. Together, they went scorpion hunting in the desert, using UV lights to find these little stingers. There are many theories about why scorpions glow under UV lights. Some say it's a form of communication, while others believe it might be as simple as a kind of sunscreen. View Now
Someone give this hare a contract with the NFL because it might as well have scored a touchdown in this video! A golden eagle swooped down in the hopes to catch dinner. The clever hair turned back on itself, jumped over the eagle and made a quick escape!
Over in Brazil, a man was on his way home when he noticed a thirsty armadillo on the side of the road. He stopped to offer it water and left with a new friend! The creature happily took water and the man made sure it didn't wander into the road. View Now
Fall is here! Sort of! While it may still be over 90 degrees in parts of the country, it doesn't mean that people don't want to get into that autumn spirit! Kim from the comedy channelHolderness Family perfectly encapsulates that and many other fall expectations versus realities in her all-too-relatable video. Now if you'll excuse us, it's time for our pumpkin spice latte break. View Now
It's never a good sign when you come back to your car only to find a crowd of people around it taking photos. When Rizwan Khan came back to his car, he found a swarm of bees had taken up residence on his passenger side door. Fortunately, a beekeeper happened to be walking by and offered his assistance. Once the bees were removed, police arrived to make sure nobody else got stung. They would have arrested the bees, but they didn't have 200 tiny handcuffs on hand. View Now
Coast guards around the world are known for their daring rescues, but they do much more than save lives. The Italian Coast Guard, for example, runs operations to help clean up the ocean floor. The Italian Coast Guard has recovered 25 tons of ghost netting from the ocean to date. These nets aren't easy to recover, either. Special air balloons are used to lift the nets to the surface, but it's very time-consuming. It's important work, and in the end, it saves just as many lives as any rescue. View Now
Breathe a sigh of relief; nobody was seriously injured in either of these building collapses. In southern India, 40 workers were inside of a previously evacuated building when they suddenly noticed something was off. After narrowly escaping the building themselves, the building collapsed and crumbled in the streets.
Over in northern China, residents of a four-story building evacuated before a landslide overtook the structure. Footage shows mud and trees sliding onto the building before it succumbed to Mother Nature and collapsed in a pile of smoke. View Now
Now you don't see a boat like this every day! L’invisible by Julien Berthier is an artificial rock that can be driven and moved around on the water. The purpose of the floating art was to create something that blends in and becomes a part of its surroundings. We'd say that's a mission accomplished! View Now
From 1917 to 1947, the town of Picher, Oklahoma was a leading producer of lead and zinc. However, due to a lack of regulations, the land became horribly polluted by toxins. Throw in a few natural disasters that culminated with a tornado in 2008 that destroyed hundreds of homes, and the town is now abandoned. All that remains today is a ghost town on toxic land. Caleb Owens flew his drone over the site, giving us a sad look at what once was. View Now
You don't mess with mommas, no matter how small they are. Crows were going after a litter of baby rabbits tucked away in their nest. As they pecked at them, momma rabbit bounded after the birds to startle them away.
Maybe those rabbits should move into this bunny house made by a craftsman in the Cambodian jungle. Using only natural building items like sticks and clay, the craftsman used his hands to create a one-of-a-kind shelter for some adorable bunnies. We only wish we were small enough to hop inside, too! View Now
For the past two years, Devin Supertramp has been living in Oahu, Hawaii and we have to say we're a little jealous. One of the things we love most about his latest video is that Devin takes the time to embrace the Polynesian culture. For a long time, native Polynesians have been made to feel sort of like tourist attractions on their own islands. We also get to take in all the beautiful sights Oahu has to offer, and we wish we were there right now.
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The guys from the YouTube channel Epic Trip Adventures weren't kidding when they chose their name. Mattson Moore and Anderson Loran went up to the Churchill River in Saskatchewan for an amazing four-day canoeing adventure. While the trip itself was mostly successful (except for the minor canoe overturning every now and then), the group found themselves stuck for a bit when nearby wildfires forced them to return to the safe side of the river. View Now