It's currently pretty cold in Toronto, Canada. This particular morning, the weather was -10 degrees Fahrenheit! But that didn't stop Matt Pancer and his buddy Tim from getting into the water and surfing some waves. The water was so cold that when Matt got out of the water, his beard was crystalized with ice!
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One woman was taking her dog out for a walk when they came across some slippery ice. While she was busy making sure her dog was safe, she accidentally slipped instead. She found herself nearly up to her knees in the ice cold water while her dog stared at her safely on dry land.
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Up in Ontario, Canada, summer is still a ways away — but not for the ML Crew! The innovative bunch is making a few adjustments to their waterskis so that they can glide on both the water and the ice of a partially frozen lake. A snowmobile pulling a waterskier might sound a little strange...or it might just be the epic year-round sport our lives have been missing!
When you live in an area that gets more wildlife visits, sometimes it can be beneficial to have something like a Ring camera. For example, sometimes you can see an attempted dinner party. One Ring camera recorded a bobcat making a b-line for the nearest tree to get away from a pack of hungry coyotes. View Now
Class is in session, and today we're taking a peek into the world of amoebas! An amoeba is a single-celled organism that can alter its shape to move and eat. My Microscopic World shares an in-depth look into their diverse, single-celled world and highlights some interesting facts about the fascinating organisms. View Now
What do you get when you point a 360-degree camera to the sky during a new moon? Mind-bending footage of the Milky Way! When the conditions were just right, Noel Thomas of Majestic Flights went out to a remote island off the coast of New Jersey to capture this dizzying timelapse of the Milky Way. This footage has us feeling like we're traveling through space...Don't mind us while we watch it on repeat! View Now
Rounding up kids is never an easy task, especially when it's four against one like this mama bear and her cubs in Connecticut. In an attempt to get them across the street, she picked one up, hoping the other cubs would follow. All mothers know it's not that simple, though! She had to make a few trips back and forth to make sure all her babies were safe.
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Sometimes you have to make sacrifices to get that perfect shot. Gardar Olafsson did just that when his drone flew over the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland as it began erupting. While he captured breathtaking footage, the drone itself melted just a little from the intense heat. The drone is still kind of usable, but the upside is we can safely experience what it's like to fly over a volcano from the comfort of our homes. View Now
What's a mother hen to do when she sees three adorable kittens with no mother of their own? Why she adopts them, of course! One man was surprised when he discovered his kitties hiding under the care of a hen. We think we see the beginnings of a new beloved Disney movie!
Next, Emmie is sly like a fox. That's because, well, she is a fox. Mikayla Raines rescues foxes, and Emmie the fox is one of her most playful rescues. Actually, we can't tell if Emmie is being playful or just really likes the taste of Mikayla's hat? View Now
Speed riding videos are pretty awesome to begin with, but when it's Devinsupertramp behind the camera, it takes things to a whole new level! Prepare to be amazed by the skills of Marshall Miller as he speed rides off a 10,000-foot cliff with a parachute — and by the skills of the person capturing it all! View Now
We're going to let you in on a little secret here at RTM. When we have to pick a shot for our web thumbnails, it's usually pretty easy. But when the footage comes from FPV drone pilot Ellis van Jason, the hardest part of our job is figuring out just one image to show you. It's not difficult to see why Ellis won the DJI SkyPixel 6th Anniversary Contest. Every shot is a sweeping epic and makes us feel like we're flying through some of the most amazing landscapes the world has to offer. View Now
Gates Wildlife Control got a call about a bird trapped in the walls of a suburban home. When they arrived, the homeowner said they feared the bird had become trapped inside the bathroom walls. Sure enough, that's exactly where it was. Brad Gates had to cut through the walls to free the terrified starling. View Now
While the Grand Canyon is already a beautiful place to visit, you might get an even better view if you get a glimpse of these ravens playing with their own shadows. You may think that they're doing it for fun, but in reality, what they're doing is a courting display in which they use their aerobic and flight skills to impress potential mates. View Now
This shark has a "tail" to tell. Or should we say, "show?" While it looks like the thresher shark's tail got caught on something until it stretched out too far, what you're looking at is actually a natural weapon. Thresher sharks use their tails to strike at their prey. We know that the shark wouldn't even need to use its tail on us, we'd be too stunned just looking at it. View Now
Our pal Jay Brewer from Jay's Prehistoric Pets was trying to get a freshly laid batch of python eggs into an incubator so that they could receive the best care. The only problem was the mamma python was right there, and mamma pythons don't take kindly to folks touching their eggs. Jay found this out the hard way when the snake nearly bit his whole head off. Don't worry, Jay and the eggs are fine. View Now
On the morning of her wedding day, Kate woke up to any bride's nightmare. Recent flooding in Australia had dumped 10 inches of rain on her parents' house in just one day, making it impossible for her to get to her wedding ceremony in the town just five minutes away. View Now
Guinness World Record holder and Kitesurfing champion Reno Romeu is redefining the term "Island Hopping" in this epic clip. He's quite literally jumping over a small island on his kiteboard, and it looks like so much fun. We wish we could borrow this guy's skills for a day!
Speaking of those soaring through the air, Mike and his buddy Matt are on a paragliding adventure in Australia, and they've got company! Watch the incredible moment some Wedge-Tailed Eagles fly right up next to them. View Now
Don't try this one at home, folks! Clayton and his two buddies got ahold of some extra warm wetsuits and took a swim under a partially-frozen Lindeman Lake in British Columbia. He even braved swimming under some frozen ice. The footage is beautiful to watch, but we'll leave the diving under ice to the more experienced! View Now
Last Summer, our pals at Gatorland launched an animal education program called "School of Croc!" Almost a year later, Gatorland is bringing it back, and this time they've got a couple of new faces as well. This awesome Facebook Live program will continue to air on their page until Friday, March 26th. View Now
Ben Gravy has his own line of surfboards, but that wasn't good enough. He wanted to ride a board he made with his own two hands. The only catch was Ben didn't want to spend a lot of time working on it. So he sawed off a chunk of plywood and called it a day. You might have guessed it wouldn't work, but that's because you don't get surfing, bruh! View Now
Garett Talcott, better known by his 28 kindergarteners as Mr. Talcott, has gone above and beyond to give his students unforgettable learning experiences during the pandemic. He's come up with all sorts of interactive activities to keep the kids engaged from home, like taking his students for a virtual rollercoaster ride, and most recently, taking them on a virtual field trip to Woodland Park Zoo. To tell us more about his epic lesson plans, Mr. Talcott joins the RTM hosts via Zoom! View Now
Australia's recent bout of horrible floods has been completely devastating. In this footage from Queensland, we see a car trapped on a flooded road as bystanders watched helplessly. While the car was empty at the time, officials are reminding drivers to take flood warnings seriously in the future. View Now
It's March, and though it's getting warmer in some areas of the United States, there are other states that just continue to snow, like Wyoming! And while you may not know what to do during times like these, no worries because this family grabbed their drone and took us on a ride to see 10 different activities that we can do during a snow day. How fun!
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Soccer (or as it's incorrectly known globally, "football") is a physically demanding sport. It requires athletes to be in peak physical shape, and only evil geniuses would dare find a way to make the game more difficult. Well, a couple of dive instructors did just that by playing a game upside down in a frozen lake. Sure, it looks tough, but it's also incredibly mesmerizing. View Now
It's not every day you get to see close-range footage of a Mantis Shrimp! When a diver in Indonesia noticed movement on the ocean floor, they decided to leave their camera near a small hole in hopes of capturing some fascinating footage. To everyone's surprise, the vibrant sea creature popped out to say hello — and this shrimp packs a mean punch!
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Professional video producer and timelapse specialist Joe Nafis is capturing the beauty of Phuket, Thailand's night sky with this incredible footage. From storm clouds and vibrant hues to the "Great Conjunction" of Jupiter and Saturn — we're in awe of these shots! View Now
Iceland? More like Lava-land! An unusual amount of seismic activity in Iceland caused a volcanic eruption at Reykjanes peninsula. Drone footage was captured of the beautiful (and terrifying) eruption. We're glad to be seeing it from the comfort of home, and even happier that no injuries were reported!
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