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Jet Ski and Lasso Used to Recapture Buffalo Amid Kauai Flooding1m39s

Jet Ski and Lasso Used to Recapture Buffalo Amid Kauai Flooding

A herd of buffalo were on the loose in Hanalei, Hawaii, on April 16, after heavy rain caused flooding in the area, local media reported. KITV4 said flooding swept a herd off their farm in Hanalei, prompting efforts to retrieve the animals. This video shows a cowboy on a jet ski recapturing one of the animals. The flooding also caused severe erosion along several roadways in Kauai, prompting road closures, reports said. Credit: Honolulu Civil Beat via Storyful

Violence Breaks Out at University During Social Security Protests33s

Violence Breaks Out at University During Social Security Protests

Clashes erupted between protesters demonstrating against social security reforms and supporters of the government in the capital of Nicaragua, Managua, on April 18, local papers reported. Riot police were mobilized to respond to the clashes and traffic was diverted from roads where protesters were marching. The protesters demonstrated against reforms to the pension system that see worker contributions increase, while reducing the payout of future pensions, a measure the president of the Nicaraguan Institute of Social Security said was necessary to sustain the institution for 10 years, at which point further reforms would be necessary. This footage shows clashes at the Central American University in Managua, where stones and bottles were thrown into the campus, according to the uploader. Credit: Anthony Gonzalez via Storyful

Panic as Protesters Attacked With Weapons at Central American University Gates35s

Panic as Protesters Attacked With Weapons at Central American University Gates

Protesters were attacked at Central American University in Managua, Nicaragua, on April 18 as clashes between protesters against social security reforms and supporters of the government were reported throughout the city. Riot police were mobilized to respond to the clashes and traffic was diverted from roads where protesters were marching. The protesters demonstrated against reforms to the pension system that see worker contributions increase, while reducing the payout of future pensions, a measure the president of the Nicaraguan Institute of Social Security said was necessary to sustain the institution for a 10 years, at which point further reforms would be necessary. This footage shows protesters being charged by weapon-wielding attackers at the Central American University in Managua. Credit: Ernesto Alonso via Storyful

Ultimate Zen Achieved With Yoga and Wine58s

Ultimate Zen Achieved With Yoga and Wine

Megan Vaughan is certainly no stranger to the yoga mat, but to achieve complete zen, she adds a glass (or bottle) of wine to her practice. While balancing in Tree Pose, Megan found a glass of the good stuff to be the ultimate aid to her practice. Namaste, Megan. Credit: Megan Vaughan via Storyful

Angry Boa Constrictor Helps Educate Students58s

Angry Boa Constrictor Helps Educate Students

Biologist Natalia Cara caught this footage of a rather angry Boa constrictor in São Paulo, Brazil. Cara, who has a passion for wildlife and education, explained, “This animal is used for educational purposes, and in spite of its temperament, it is perfect for teaching the students about how to handle snakes, since it cannot kill them with venom.” Credit: NataliaCM via Storyful

Clueless Cat is Taken by Surprise53s

Clueless Cat is Taken by Surprise

This cute little kitty got a shock when she slipped and fell off a desk. At the time, Yorda was trying to get into a delicious box of Pocky chocolate sticks. Despite her determination, she failed and rather suddenly disappeared under the desk. Maybe next time, Yorda. Credit: Cheree Andringa via Storyful

Little Boy Shatters Glass Door and Runs Away From Home1m51s

Little Boy Shatters Glass Door and Runs Away From Home

Rome Williams was playing with a BB gun in South Carolina and did not expect to have to make a serious phone call to his mom when things got a little out of hand. Rome accidentally fired a shot towards a glass door and completely shattered it. In a state of fear, he rang his mom and that’s when he realized he was in big trouble. With that in mind he packed up his things and left home, saying, “I just can’t take it.” Uncle Harold, who recorded the video, ended up cleaning the mess. Credit: HaroldHilton22 via Storyful

A Brief History of Pandas1m59s

A Brief History of Pandas

In 2014, Pandas became ‘vulnerable’, meaning they’re still in danger of becoming extinct. We have taken a look into what is being done to help save these lovable animals before they’re all gone. Credit: Various via Storyful

Skilful LEGO Robot Bends Pipe Cleaners Into Impressive Shapes3m43s

Skilful LEGO Robot Bends Pipe Cleaners Into Impressive Shapes

Inventor Yoshihito Isogawa created a clever LEGO robot to bend pipe cleaners into impressive shapes. The tech enthusiast loves nothing more than inventing and creating new LEGO works with robotic features. Some of his previous inventions include The LEGO Pointillism pen and The LEGO iPad Spirograph. Credit: Yoshihito Isogawa via Storyful

Ranchers Capture Bison on Loose on Hawaii Beach Amid Flooding30s

Ranchers Capture Bison on Loose on Hawaii Beach Amid Flooding

A herd of bison were on the loose in Hanalei, Hawaii, on April 16, after heavy rain caused flooding in the area, local media reported. KITV4 said flooding swept a herd off their farm in Hanalei, prompting efforts to retrieve the animals. Video posted to social media shows ranchers capturing a bison on a beach in the area. The flooding also caused severe erosion along several roadways in Kauai, prompting road closures, reports said?. Credit: Miles Frazier via Storyful

'Sheepy Pigs' Surprise Cyclist in Kent1m18s

'Sheepy Pigs' Surprise Cyclist in Kent

A cyclist has shared footage of a couple of “sheepy pigs” she spotted on a roadside in Kent. Lynda Barlow found them “gorgeous” and they certainly appeared to appreciate have their woolly coats stroked. She says she now cycles past them most days. The Mangalica breed of pig is native to Hungary, and grows a thick coat similar to that of a sheep. These ones have surprised at least one other passer-by in Kent, according to a local news report. Credit: Lynda Barlow via Storyful

Roger Waters Says Syrian White Helmets are 'Fake Organization' at Barcelona Concert3m38s

Roger Waters Says Syrian White Helmets are 'Fake Organization' at Barcelona Concert

Roger Waters said on Friday, April 13, at a concert in Barcelona that the Syrian Civil Defense group, more commonly known as the White Helmets, were a “fake organization that exists only to create propaganda for the jihadists and terrorists.” Waters said he had denied a request from a man named Pascal, who Waters said purported to represent the White Helmets, to speak on stage about the recent suspected chemical attack in Douma prior to the concert. According to Waters, Pascal believed that the Syrian government was responsible for the attack. “I would encourage Pascal to wait until the evidence is in before he leaps to any conclusions,” said Waters. Waters concluded his address to the audience by asking Pascal to “wake up and smell the fucking roses.” Credit: Dima Abboud via Storyful

Comedian Delivers Instalment of Popular Character 'Craig' and His Mom49s

Comedian Delivers Instalment of Popular Character 'Craig' and His Mom

Stand up comic and impersonator Kyle Dunnigan delivered his latest instalment of ‘Craig’ with his real mom in Westport, Connecticut. ‘Craig’ insisted on getting his mom to guess what he was thinking and shouting out “chicken butt” when she didn’t know… even at 4 am in the morning. Eventually mom got it right! Credit: Kyle Dunnigan via Storyful

Practical Joker Winds Up Girl With Pudding in a Mayonnaise Jar2m56s

Practical Joker Winds Up Girl With Pudding in a Mayonnaise Jar

Gordon Delacroix from Brussels, Belgium, is a bit of a practical joker and recently caught journalist Sarah out by pretending to eat a full jar of mayonnaise. Sarah returned home to find Gordon sat on the couch, spoon-feeding himself mayonnaise and out of a large jar. She couldn’t quite believe what she was seeing and was perplexed at the thought of eating mayonnaise in this manner. Eventually she sussed out Gordon and realized he was in fact eating pudding. Turns out he had been planing the whole thing for over a week. Credit: Gordon Delacroix via Storyful

Dad Subjects His Family to Face-Swap-App Technology Again1m43s

Dad Subjects His Family to Face-Swap-App Technology Again

Once again John Woods subjected his daughters to the mad world of faceswap technology, but this time he also stressed the difficulties of bathing ‘Queen Baby.’ Through comical role play, the father of two highlighted the challenges of looking after kids at bath time – including trying to keep the water in the tub, trying to stay on top of endless laundry and even trying to prevent a poop from happening in the bath. Credit: Woodsie TV via Storyful

It Takes 5 People to Weigh 'Monster' the Giant Python2m52s

It Takes 5 People to Weigh 'Monster' the Giant Python

It took at least five people to hold a massive python, aptly named Monster, in an annual measuring and weigh-in at the Australian Reptile Park on April 19. Monster, who is 5.42 metres (18 feet) long and weighs 57 kilograms (126 pounds), is a reticulated python hailed from southeast Asia. The reptile is considered the longest snake in the world and is known to kill and devour humans. “Monster can be an extremely aggressive individual who has bitten one of our keepers in the past which means that our keepers have to be very careful when getting her out for the health check,” park general manager Tim Faulkner said. “Weighing Monster is essential as it’s the first indicator of her overall health. Reptiles are unlike mammals and show very little sign of sickness. Mammals become vocal or stop eating which makes illness easier to detect. Reptiles don’t show these obvious signs.” Credit: Australian Reptile Park via Storyful

Men Storm Nigerian Senate, Steal Mace29m02s

Men Storm Nigerian Senate, Steal Mace

A group of men stormed a Nigerian Senate session on April 18 in Abuja, and escaped with the ceremonial mace. Video from the Nigeria’s upper house captured the moment (20.00 minute) the men burst into the chamber, fought with security guards and snatched the ceremonial mace, a symbol of the authority of the Nigerian Senate. Credit: Nigerian Senate via Storyful

Green Turtles Hatch on New South Wales' North Coast1m28s

Green Turtles Hatch on New South Wales' North Coast

More than 70 green turtles hatched on a beach near Coffs Harbour, on New South Wales’ north coast, on Saturday, April 14. New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) staff excavated a turtle nest on Boambee Beach and released 72 young turtles into the sea on Saturday. Another 42 hatchlings were found on Monday, April 16. “Despite seeing all the hatchlings off to the water’s edge, only one in 1000 will likely survive to reach adulthood,” NPWS Ranger Martin Smith said. Credit: New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service via Storyful

'Exotic' Baby Animal Boom at Symbio Wildlife Park59s

'Exotic' Baby Animal Boom at Symbio Wildlife Park

The Symbio Wildlife Park in Helensburgh, New South Wales, has experiened an “exotic” baby animal boom this spring. This April 19 footage features its young meerkats, marmosets and red pandas. The meerkat pups and marmoset twins had ventured into exhibits, while the red panda babies had started eating from their bowls instead of being syringe-fed, the park said. Credit: Symbio Wildlife Park via Storyful

Singapore Researchers Develop Ikea Furniture-Building Robots1m29s

Singapore Researchers Develop Ikea Furniture-Building Robots

A team of researchers from Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NUT) have developed a pair of robotic arms capable of tackling one of the hardest tasks known to man. Assembling Ikea furniture. This video shows the two robotic arms get to grips with an Ikea Stefan chair as part of a study published on April 18 in the journal Science Robotics. The robots were able to autonomously construct the chair in 20 minutes using the pressure sensors, 3D cameras and the industrial gripper arms. “Dexterous manipulation is…[a] marker of human intelligence. Yet, demonstrations of autonomous manipulation have been so far restricted to elementary tasks,” said the research team led by professor Quang-Cuong Pham in a statement released by NUT. “A main reason is that complex manipulation tasks in human environments require mastering multiple skills—from visual and tactile localization to motion planning, force control, and bimanual coordination—and managing their complex interactions.” The research team said the study opened the possibility for robots to work autonomously in new fields in manufacturing or logistics where traditional robotic assembly lines are not viable. Credit: Nanyang Technological University Singapore via Storyful

Atlanta Airport Firefighters Spray Foam on Delta Plane's Smoking Engine38s

Atlanta Airport Firefighters Spray Foam on Delta Plane's Smoking Engine

A Delta Air Lines plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International airport shortly after take-off on Wednesday, April 18, after smoke was spotted coming from one of its engines. Delta Flight 30 was redirected back to the airport at about 6pm local time after the crew spotted smoke emerging from the one of the engines. This video shows firefighters hosing down the smoking engine on the runway. There were no reported injuries and there was minimal impact on airport operations, according to CBS46. Credit: Paul Egas via Storyful

Smoke Billows From Engine of Delta Plane at Atlanta Airport11s

Smoke Billows From Engine of Delta Plane at Atlanta Airport

A Delta Air Lines plane made an emergency landing at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport shortly after takeover on Wednesday, April 18, after smoke was spotted coming from one of its engines. The airport said shortly after 6 pm smoke could be seen emerging from the departing plane. Delta Flight 30 was redirected back to the airport where firefighting crews hosed down the smoking engine, as seen in this footage. No injuries were reported and there was minimal impact on airport operations. Credit: Andrea Fredrickson via Storyful

Heavy Rains, Floods Wash Out Roads in Kauai55s

Heavy Rains, Floods Wash Out Roads in Kauai

Heavy rains and flooding caused severe erosion along several roadways in Kauai, prompting road closures in Kilauea, Hawaii, on April 16, according to local media outlets. This drone footage shows a section of Kahiliholo Road in Kilauea, Hawaii, that was severely eroded, leaving behind a 40-foot ditch beneath the road’s asphalt. The video was filmed on April 17. Credit: Anthony Quintano via Storyful