Wild Wings Safaris, a safari tourism business which works in southern and east Africa, has shared an adorable video of a poor young elephant struggling to get the better of some mud. In the video, posted to Facebook and YouTube on November 27, the calf is seen struggling to make its way up a small climb, however after a few efforts from one older elephant (apparently its mother), a “more experienced female” came along to help rescue the youngster from its predicament. The YouTube version of the video had 1,494 views at time of writing. The footage was shared once again, this time as a Facebook video, by Wild Wings Safaris on November 29 and that version had clocked up over 102,000 views by December 1.
A truck driving across a frozen Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada, on March 14, took a plunge when the ice gave way beneath it. One of the truck’s two occupants told Storyful “winter driving across the lake used to be safe,” but suggested that in mid-March only ice farther north would be suitable to drive on. The two occupants of the vehicle escaped unharmed, with Global News, reported that the two were uninjured and refused emergency medical services. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police warned people to stay off the ice in this area, as a rapid current running under the frozen water makes it unsafe for crossing. Global News reported the truck was not salvageable and is currently submerged under the ice.
At drone hovers at approximately 1,000 feet above Lake Berryessa and then descends into the famous glory hole and almost gets lost forever. Our guess is that all the water draining into the spillway created a sort of vacuum that made the drone unstable the further it goes down.
These two little kittens, named Yin and Yang, get involved in a classic sibling play fight. It has to be one of the cutest confrontations you'll ever see. You can't help but smile while watching that!
County Limerick boy Sean McGrath had no idea he was going on a trip to Spain with his grandparents until he arrived at the airport on Wednesday, April 5. In the car park of Shannon Airport, his dad, Colum, asked him to check the boarding passes on his grandmother’s phone, which revealed a third pass with Sean’s name on it. Dad Colum recorded Sean’s tears of joy at the news.
Brandon at Indiana University of Pennsylvania records from his dorm room window, a motorcyclist revving his brand new Suzuki GSXR motorcycle. The motorcyclist over revs his motorcycle causing it to thrust forward and flipping, throwing the motorcyclist off and destroying the entire dashboard and headlight after hitting the ground.
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What happens when you pump 20,000 joules into a watermelon? Two words. Pink Mist. After trying to blow up a watermelon with a smaller capacitor, my friend coyt brought over 4 capacitors rated at 20kv and 25uf each. They came from a lab that used to them to simulate the effects of lightning on materi
A dashcam video from Poland showing a collision between an overtaking driver and a police car went viral in April 2017. The collision occurred when the police attempted to turn left at the same time as the other driver was overtaking. According to the driver, whose dashcam recorded the incident, the police officer admitted fault for the accident and took a statement from the driver. Storyful cannot verify the driver’s account.
This creature was mistaken for a dog toy. The canine who made the error in judgment rolled the creature around in the mud until it was caked in clay and was nearly unrecognizable.
Sometimes a viral video can serve as a lesson in physics. This big man's slip n slide fail is a lesson in momentum. A big man in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. This big guy gets some srious momentum on this soapy slip n slide and he ends up launching off the end of it. Summer fun often ends with a big bang.
This beautiful kitten, named Henry, was rescued from Cat Rescue Newcastle with hours left to live before it was going to be put down. Adelle, a foster carer for Cat Rescue Newcastle who rescue cats from the pound, saved him and this video shows how grateful he is to his new owner! This display of affection has been seen over 263,000 times at the time of writing on YouTube where it was originally posted.
Occurred: January 9, 2016 Location: L'Escala, Girona, Spain Info From Licensor: "One day the tuna started to visit the port and it became a local attraction with people feeding it. They call it "Ramona". On a work break, me and my colleagues went to feed sardines to it, seagulls were trying to get it as well, and that's when I got the moment the tuna "eats" the seagull, throwing it out right away." - Robert Zawadzki Credit: Robert Zawadzki / ViralHog.com
This sleepy cat with a fluffy belly is slightly confused about the little chicks toy invasion! Will they all get along?
If you happened to stay awake during science class, then you might know that humans are most closely related to apes than any other family of animals. Even knowing this evolutionary fact, scientists at the Kent wildlife park were still shocked to see this phenomenon.
A new arrival to the home likes to play with the house cat, in this video from Auburndale, Florida. Jason Hilt has had the prairie dog a few weeks and says it’s very playful, as can be seen in this video of the prairie dog with the cat.
Billy Skipper and his friend, Cooper Meyers, were out fishing near Amelia Island, Florida, on April 2 when they spotted a great white shark. “Myself and my friend Cooper Meyers were fishing at the Jetties and decided to go out a bit further and fish the buoys just offshore when we spotted him on the surface,” Skipper told Storyful. Despite this encounter, OSEARCH’s global shark tracker did not detect any great white sharks in the region, according to local reports A version of this video with sound can be watched below.
In this video you see a B737 by KLM go for a GO AROUND. The skilled pilot did save the plane form a disastrous hard contact with the tarmac by performing a go around.
Before graduating the following day and continuing on with their follow-on entry level training, these Marines perform a trick drill known as the "monkey drill". Flawless job!
Looks like this tow truck lift attempt in Quebec City, Canada didn't exactly go as planned! Watch as the vehicle crashes onto its side during the risky procedure. Credit to 'Michaël Pelletier'.
Take Your Cat to the Vet Day - Marmalade's first trip to the vet when he was a kitten… he loved exploring the new space but as you could see wasn't a fan of the vaccinations! … Such a BIG meow from such a tiny kitten! This was literally the day after Marm came into our lives, he had fleas and came from a family who didn't want him… He had two siblings that died during birth and they also lived by feral cats, it wasn't until later that we found out his mom was often let outside to roam free which is almost certainly why Marm is FIV+… Since we rescued Marm his mom has thankfully been spayed! There are more cats than dogs in the U.S. but vet visits for cats are statistically down and it’s a major concern! It's very important to schedule regular check-ups at the vet for your kitties, cats are so good at hiding signs of illness, early detection of any symptoms is invaluable to their health and well being… (and yours!) 10 Tips For EASIER Vet Visits - by Layla Morgan Wilde of Cat Wisdom 101: http://catwisdom101.com/10-tips-for-e... SUBSCRIBE - https://www.youtube.com/user/chrispoo... SHOP - http://shop.spreadshirt.com/coleandma... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColeandMarma... Website: http://coleandmarmalade.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/coleandmarmalade/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/coletheblackcat Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ColeandMarm/ Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/100218804...
A woman in Spain has stumbled across a strange double-headed creature, and the internet is going crazy. Luján Eroles, 46, was walking at her courtyard when she came across the critter, before she shouted her friends across in horror. The rough skinned creature looked like a serpent with two heads, measured at about 10cm and with skin as passionate as a snake. The creature seemed to blink in one eye, which astonished Luján's friends. It turns out the creature may have been an Elephant Hawk-Moth Caterpillar, known for their horn-like curved spines. **Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to licence this content** Company Information: Caters Clips is owned and operated by Caters News Agency Ltd, an international multimedia content provider. We supply news, picture, video and feature stories to the world’s largest media publishers. All videos aired on this channel have been licensed from their rightful owners. For media / licensing / broadcast usages, please contact video(at)catersnews.com www.catersnews.com Connect with Caters: Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Caters_News Like our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatersTV Visit our website: https://www.catersnews.com
I am a photographer and needed a good interview to help promote a company sponsored beach clean-up for Earth Day. I set up a interview with a friend and local lifeguard, Tim Capra. I asked him to bring his family and some boards to make the interview a little more appealing. The interview started after 7:00 pm (after hours, where there is not a lifeguard on duty). In the middle of the interview, Tim began to focus on a specific spot in the currents and paused during his response to the question. Then, he walks off camera and spots the people he saw in the water were caught in a rip current! Tim took off down the beach to grab one of his boards he brought for an interview prop, and began to paddle out to save a young man and his father from drowning. Tim got them on his board and back to shore. He casually walks back to his family, drys off, and then finishes the interview - classic hero.