Nature

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
The 'Yes Theory' Crew Lets The Globe Decide...

The 'Yes Theory' Crew Lets The Globe Decide...

We are huge fans of the crew over at Yes Theory and the spontaneous adventures their travel challenges take them on. This time, they are turning a childhood dream of many into a reality when they decide to spin the globe, and immediately go to wherever it lands. Even for travelers as experienced as the Yes Theory guys —  this trip is one for the books. View Now
Family Fun On The Water

Family Fun On The Water

The Holden family definitely made a splash while they were out at Norfork Lake in Arkansas. They had a ton of fun going tubing, which often ended with them taking a tumble into the water! View Now
Photographer Creates Mind-Bending Video With Panoramic Pictures

Photographer Creates Mind-Bending Video With Panoramic Pictures

This stunning video shot on a 3D camera in Cornwall, England may have you tilting your head. Photographer Paul Parker created this unique video by compiling numerous panoramic pictures from a drone and combining them in layers to create this pop-up book-like effect. We hope Paul continues to share his talents with the world — because this is pretty amazing. View Now
Remembering Mongolia Trip Through Drawings And Beautiful Footage

Remembering Mongolia Trip Through Drawings And Beautiful Footage

Torben Loth and his friends spent a month travelling through Mongolia. Instead of simply sharing the footage that they captured, Torben decided to go a more creative route. His friend Yves made some watercolor paintings, then they intertwined that artwork with the stunning video footage. The end result is a unique video that beautifully captures the memories of the time spent in this incredible country. View Now
Cycling Through Yellowstone National Park

Cycling Through Yellowstone National Park

Marcus is a Swedish cyclist on a mission to explore the United States by traveling across the country on his bike. After starting in Orlando, Florida, Marcus has already seen ten different states and is now in Wyoming to experience the beautiful nature and wildlife around Yellowstone National Park. Encountering elk, bison and bears all in one trip? Talk about an adventure. via Bikeflow View Now
Treasure Hunter Finds And Returns Lost Ring

Treasure Hunter Finds And Returns Lost Ring

Dallas from Man + River was treasure hunting underwater when he found a gold class ring. Since it had the owner's name on it, Dallas was easily able to find the man on social media and return it to him. The man was so grateful to finally have his ring back after all those years! You can keep up with Man + River's latest adventures on YouTube and Facebook. View Now
Giving Baby Animals A Helping Hand

Giving Baby Animals A Helping Hand

Justin Royal was boating out on the lake when he saw something unusual in the water. It was a baby deer that seemed very weak and close to drowning. He rescued it from the water, nursed it back to health, and before long it was running back into the woods where it belongs. View Now
Boating Accident Sends Man Flying Into Water

Boating Accident Sends Man Flying Into Water

Skeet Reese was boating on a lake when he saw another boat careen out of control and crash. The accident caused the man inside the boat, Jeff, to go flying into the lake as his boat quickly began to fill with water. On the bright side, Skeet Reese was there to quickly rescue him and no one was injured in the accident. View Now
Dangerous Rapid Sends River Rafters Overboard

Dangerous Rapid Sends River Rafters Overboard

In this video from Vikas Shokeen, we see a group of people white water rafting on the Rishikesh River in India. But, when they are met with a beast of a rapid, their boat flips, leaving the rafters helpless in the water. Thankfully everyone was rescued from the water safely, but boy did that look scary. View Now
Serene Freefall

Serene Freefall

Reed Ramage is showing us how to freefall like a pro in this impressive footage. It's amazing he can manage to stay that gracefull while literally falling. View Now
That First Jump Feeling & Serene Freefall

That First Jump Feeling & Serene Freefall

For all the experienced skydivers out there, the Innhopp project is aiming to re-create the rush of that first jump. Watch as these guys jump out of a historic plane wingsuit-rodeo style on to the shores of Gold Beach in Normandy in honor of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.  Next up, Reed Ramage is showing us how to freefall like a pro in this impressive footage. It's amazing he can manage to stay that gracefull while literally falling. View Now
Cheating Death By A Hair

Cheating Death By A Hair

In Colombia, a bus gets stuck in mud and some passengers get out to survey the situation. Well, turns out they got out just in time — because an enormous landslide is headed straight towards them. Thankfully, nobody was seriously injured in this incident.  Speaking of close calls, a man in Sydney, Australia drunkenly walks off the edge of a train platform and begins to scramble as he realizes that a train is rapidly approaching. Safety first, folks — don't drink and stagger around train stations. View Now
The Exhilarating, Dangerous Sport Of Canyoneering

The Exhilarating, Dangerous Sport Of Canyoneering

Some buddies are out at Ecouges canyon in France doing a little thing called canyoneering, where you basically repel down a raging waterfall and try your best not to drown. Fun! If this is something you're interested in, you can actually sign up for canyoneering tours and learn from the pros. View Now
Conquering The World's Highest Volcano By Bike

Conquering The World's Highest Volcano By Bike

In some stunning footage, we are taken along with Patricio Goycoolea and Federico Scheuch on their ambitious adventure. Their goal is to reach the peak of the highest volcano in the world with their mountain bikes, then attempt to ride them back down. Ojos del Salado lies on the border of Argentina and Chile and sits at an astounding 22,615 feet high — making it no easy feat, but an incredible achievement. View Now
Friendly Whale Calf Says Hello

Friendly Whale Calf Says Hello

Off the coast of Mexico, a huge whale calf went up to a boat and put its head above the sparkling water, as if to say "Hello" to the people onboard. The whale really seemed to enjoy being close to people and letting them pet it. What an amazing experience! View Now
Nuclear Powered Ship Breaks The Ice

Nuclear Powered Ship Breaks The Ice

This footage of the biggest nuclear icebreaker is so vivid, we feel like we're out on the freezing waters of the Arctic Ocean with these guys. The enormous machine, going 7,5000 horsepower, is so powerful that it breaks several feet of hard ice gracefully as it moves through the Barents Sea. Introducing the only nuclear-powered icebreaking fleet in the world, The Yamal. via Timelab Pro View Now
Flying A Gyrocopter Around The World

Flying A Gyrocopter Around The World

Adventurer James Ketchell has a pretty impressive resume of worldly accomplishments, and he's adding some more. His current mission is to be the first person to circumnavigate the world in an open cockpit Gyrocopter, and to inspire young people to achieve their goals by visiting a school in every country he flys over along the way. What an inspiring way to live life and give back.  View Now
Sustainably Skiing On An Artificial Mountain

Sustainably Skiing On An Artificial Mountain

Professional freeskier Jesper Tjäder is making an incredible run on this artificial, eco-friendly rooftop ski slope and recreation hill in Copenhagen, Denmark. This fascinating achievement is revolutionizing the spheres of sports, architecture, and sustainability — and we are so excited by this kind of progress. via eyesprint communication View Now