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Kookaburra Knows Its Place, Hangs Out on Kookaburra Street31s

Kookaburra Knows Its Place, Hangs Out on Kookaburra Street

A very Australian moment happened in Stirling, Western Australia, after a kookaburra took a perch on a sign for Kookaburra Street. Matthew Smoje told Storyful he thought it was funny so snapped a few pictures and this video, even though he said his wife didn’t quite understand why it was such a big deal. “Everyone is loving it,” he said. Credit: Matthew Smoje via Storyful

Flash Flooding Hits Mamaroneck, New York, After Heavy Rain18s

Flash Flooding Hits Mamaroneck, New York, After Heavy Rain

Flash flooding hit the town of Mamaroneck in New York state on Tuesday, September 25, after heavy rainfall. Rain was forecast to lash the area until Wednesday as a severe storm moved across the state, The Mamaroneck Daily Voice reported. High winds were also expected. Credit: Robin Howe via Storyful

Florence Flooding Before and After Near Myrtle Beach1m06s

Florence Flooding Before and After Near Myrtle Beach

It has been almost two weeks since Hurricane Florence made landfall in South Carolina and inundated the coast with rain. Water levels are still rising in across the state and evacuations were being ordered as of September 24. Drone footage captured by Brian Piercy from Real Estate Modo shows how quickly the water is rising and the impact of the flooding in the Myrtle Beach area from from September 21 – September 24. Credit: Real Estate Modo via Storyful

This Man's Puppet Backup Dancers Are as Disturbing as They Are Intriguing34s

This Man's Puppet Backup Dancers Are as Disturbing as They Are Intriguing

It’s not every day you see a couple of puppets dancing but one man made it happen on the streets of Austin, Texas, on September 23, creating an eye-catching show. Reddit user K. Reece shared a video of a man dancing to Bruno Mars’ song Finesse with two puppets attached together with rods on their hands, feet and the center part of his body. As he danced, the puppets mimicked his movements creating an impressive dance routine. Credit: K. Reece via Storyful

Man Tries to Set Bronx Deli on Fire After Arguing With Employee16s

Man Tries to Set Bronx Deli on Fire After Arguing With Employee

The New York Police Department (NYPD) asked the public for help identifying a man who tried to set fire to a store in the Bronx neighborhood of Wakefield on Sunday, September 23, after an earlier dispute with an employee. Police said the man entered the First Stop Grocery Deli on Sunday morning and got into an argument with a male employee “which escalated into a physical confrontation.” Later, the same man returned, poured flammable liquid in the doorway of the store and lit it on fire, police said. The New York Daily News, citing police, said the suspect had a beer in his hand when he first entered the store and argued with an employee when they refused to allow him to leave and pay for cigars later on. The NYPD said an employee extinguished the fire with water, there were no injuries, and the store sustained only minor damage. Credit: New York Police Department via Storyful

Beluga Whale Briefly Glimpsed in River Thames31s

Beluga Whale Briefly Glimpsed in River Thames

A beluga whale was sighed on Tuesday, September 25 in the Thames estuary – a far cry from its typical environment in the Artic. This footage, filmed by wildlife observer Michael Hoit, shows a brief glimpse of the whale. According to a report from The Guardian, a veterinarian from British Divers Marine Life Rescue was monitoring the beast, and spokewoman Julia Cable said that the animal was “swimming strongly and appears to be feeding, so there is no indication that it is unwell or acting strangely.” She added that the beluga may have been forced from its northern habitat by storms. According to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation, only 20 sightings of Beluga whales have taken place in the UK, “but these have occurred off Northumberland, Northern Ireland and Scotland.” Credit: Michael Hoit via Storyful

Wildfire Forces Evacuations in Central Italy36s

Wildfire Forces Evacuations in Central Italy

The Italian Red Cross said winds were causing a wildfire in the province of Pisa to spread rapidly, with local residents from several towns evacuated and schools closed on Tuesday, September 25. The flames, fanned by gusts of wind, were first reported at around 10 pm on September 24 on Mount Serra in the commune of Calci, local news site TGCOM24 reported. Early on September 25 the fire was burning towards Caprona in the southeast of the country, where evacuations were in place. Credit: @amorielllo via Storyful

Protesters 'Ambush' Ted Cruz at Washington Restaurant, Forcing Him to Leave1m05s

Protesters 'Ambush' Ted Cruz at Washington Restaurant, Forcing Him to Leave

Protesters stormed a restaurant in Washington, where Republican Senator Ted Cruz was dining with his wife on Monday, September 24, calling on him to withdraw support for Donald Trump’s embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. These videos of the incident were shared on Twitter by protest group Smash Racism DC. The protesters could be heard chanting; “We believe survivors” in reference to allegations from two women about Judge Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual misconduct when he was a teenager. Cruz and his wife Heidi left upmarket Italian restaurant Fiola minutes later, after which the protesters were ejected by restaurant staff, the Washington Examiner reported. In an interview with FOX News on Monday, Kavanaugh continued to deny all allegations of sexual assault against him, adding that he was a virgin throughout high school and “for many years thereafter”, TIME magazine reported. He has been scheduled to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, September 27, in response to claims that he sexually assaulted Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford while they were high school students, USA Today reported. Credit: Smash Racism DC, Resist This, DC IWW, MDC DSA via Storyful

Basque Police Block Protesters March to Incinerator Construction Site2m16s

Basque Police Block Protesters March to Incinerator Construction Site

Hundreds of people marching to oppose to construction of a highly contentious incinerator in the province of Gipuzkoa, in Spain’s Basque Country, were pushed back by police as the approached the site on September 23, reports said. This footage shows people in white laboratory clothing and face masks clash with police in riot gear who block their path to the site at Zubieta. Credit: Iñaki Agirre, Irutxuloko Hitza via Storyful

Like Father Like Son:  Antonio Brown Clasps His Well-Known Dad's Hand After Steelers Win33s

Like Father Like Son: Antonio Brown Clasps His Well-Known Dad's Hand After Steelers Win

After a three-point win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 24, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown shared a special moment with his famous father. Watching his son from the stands of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, was his father, Eddie “the Touchdown” Brown, widely known as one of Arena Football League’s greatest players. As seen in the video shared to Twitter, Brown can be seen greeting his father after the game and posing for photographs with him. The star wide receiver helped his team to a narrow victory with a first-half touchdown on Monday night. Credit: Aditi Kinkhabwala via Storyful

Sailor Encounters Enchanting Bioluminescent Dolphins2m49s

Sailor Encounters Enchanting Bioluminescent Dolphins

Dean Cropp has a dream job, working as the captain of a charter catamaran to sail around beautiful locations. He and his crew mates were sailing in the Pacific Ocean north of Sydney when they came across a pod of brightly glowing dolphins. The bioluminescence was produced not from the dolphins themselves but from plankton densely populating the ocean around them. When the plankton was disturbed by the movement of the dolphins, they emitted bright light in blue, green and red. The stunning display seems almost too spectacular to be true. While infrequent, the phenomenon has been captured off the Sydney coast before. Bioluminescence on Sydney beaches in March and April 2014 was reported by local media. Credit: Barefoot Captain via Storyful

Mom at College Football Tailgate Hits Beer Bong While Her Husband Watches in Adoration37s

Mom at College Football Tailgate Hits Beer Bong While Her Husband Watches in Adoration

Get yourself a man who looks at you like this husband looked at his wife while she hit a beer bong at a college football tailgate on September 22. A video, shared to Twitter by Brandon Mueller, shows his mother hitting a beer bong while pre-gaming at an Indiana University Hoosiers game in Bloomington. She attacks the bong with surprising gusto, and her husband can be seen lovingly looking on. The video had over 100,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Brandon Mueller via Storyful

Floodwater Fails to Recede in Conway, Buildings Remain Submerged43s

Floodwater Fails to Recede in Conway, Buildings Remain Submerged

Floodwater from Hurricane Florence has persisted in the town of Conway, South Carolina, and its surrounding areas, with drone footage recorded on September 24 showing the extent of the flooding. The nearby Waccamaw River was three feet above its previous flood record, set by Hurricane Matthew in 2016, and was still expected to rise another foot, cresting at 22 feet Tuesday or Wednesday. Credit: Robbie Bischoff Photography via Storyful

Venezuelans Cross Colombian Border in Search of Food and Medicine3m09s

Venezuelans Cross Colombian Border in Search of Food and Medicine

Venezuelans are fleeing their country in order to find food and medicines no longer available to them at home, as seen in this footage released by the World Food Programme on September 24. The UN said in August that nearly half a million people fled to Ecuador in 2018 alone. This footage, taken near the Colombian border with Venezuela between September 18 and September 22, shows people walking over mountains, through towns and across bridges and rivers. One of the migrants in the video says that she is fleeing Venezuela with her two-year-old daughter because they had no food or medicine. Children are dying, the woman says. Credit: WFP/Jonathan Dumont via Storyful

Firework Lands in Crowd at Odesza Gig in Las Vegas, Injuring Two59s

Firework Lands in Crowd at Odesza Gig in Las Vegas, Injuring Two

Two people were injured by a rogue firework at an Odesza gig in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, September 23. This video shows the moment the firework landed in the crowd. Odesza’s were playing as part of the Life Is Beautiful festival, which ran from September 21-23. Law enforcement sources told TMZ one of the fireworks fell over after a unit malfunctioned, causing a spark to shoot out. Credit: Dianne Robles via Storyful

Creek Rages in Alexandria, Tennessee, Amid Flash Flood Warning50s

Creek Rages in Alexandria, Tennessee, Amid Flash Flood Warning

A creek in DeKalb County, Tennessee, was seen raging on Monday, September 24, as Middle Tennessee endured flash flooding. This video of water gushing along Walter Creek was captured by onlooker Keith Winfree, who said he witnessed the creek experience a sudden surge. “The water went from ankle deep to this in about three minutes flat,” he wrote in a Twitter post. DeKalb County was among parts of Middle Tennessee put on a flash flood warning by the National Weather Service in Nashville after heavy rainfall. Credit: Keith Winfree via Storyful

Great White Shark Feeding Frenzy on Whale Carcass at Wattamolla Beach33s

Great White Shark Feeding Frenzy on Whale Carcass at Wattamolla Beach

A whale carcass stuck on Wattamolla Beach south of Sydney since September 17 has attracted a number of sharks to the inlet, preventing swimmers from entering the water. Nine News reported that officials from the NSW Environment Office were considering whether to tow the whale back out to sea. A spokesperson said the whale’s size, as well as the beach’s location, meant disposal options were limited. In this video, taken on September 20, great white sharks can be seen violently splashing near the carcass as they feed. Credit: Benjamin Reid via Storyful

Spring Baby Boom at Australian Reptile Park36s

Spring Baby Boom at Australian Reptile Park

The Australian Reptile Park is experiencing a baby boom this spring, with record numbers of koalas and Tasmanian devils being born into its conservation program. This September 25 footage from the park located on New South Wales’ Central Coast features various baby animals, including koala joeys, Tasmanian devil babies, dingo pups, baby emus, etc. Credit: Australian Reptile Park via Storyful

Super Scooper Aircraft Deployed to Fight Charlie Fire in Southern California31s

Super Scooper Aircraft Deployed to Fight Charlie Fire in Southern California

Two Super Scooper planes swooped in to get water from Castaic Lake as they tackled the Charlie Fire in California on Saturday, September 22. The Charlie Fire broke out on Saturday afternoon and quickly spread to thousands of acres within hours. As many as 50 homes on San Francisquito Canyon Road were evacuated. No structures were damaged, and an evacuation order was lifted by Monday morning, local media reported. Three helicopters and two Super Scooper aircraft were deployed to tend the blaze. The fire was contained 30 per cent by Monday morning, after burning 3,380 acres over the weekend, fire officials said. Credit: Curtis Richards via Storyful

Surf's Up: Dog and Owner Catch Some Waves47s

Surf's Up: Dog and Owner Catch Some Waves

Rudder the dog took to the ocean with her favorite human. The golden retriever caught some waves at Sea Bright, New Jersey, and held on to the board like a pro. Her owner, Todd, managed to capture Rudder’s impressive surfing skills on camera. Credit: rudderthegoldenretriever via Storyful

Mountain Climber Wakes Up to Awe-Inspiring View36s

Mountain Climber Wakes Up to Awe-Inspiring View

While on a mountain climbing adventure in Kerry, Ireland, James was greeted with a breathtaking view above the clouds from Knockowen Mountain. James is an avid mounting climber who is attempting to climb all 237 mountains in Ireland. “My journey will be the first-ever continuous ‘round’ of the mountains too. I have climbed 200 so far and will hopefully finish in early October. It has been the adventure of a lifetime so far,” James told Storyful. Credit: James Forrest via Storyful

Protesters Chant 'Cancel Kavanaugh' in New York's Bryant Park31s

Protesters Chant 'Cancel Kavanaugh' in New York's Bryant Park

Demonstrators lead a “cancel Kavanaugh” chant in New York’s Bryant Park on September 24 to protest against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in light of sexual assault allegations made against him. Protesters also gathered in Washington at Senator Susan Collins’ office to urge her to vote “no” on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. News reports said “dozens” of protesters were arrested, both outside Senator Susan Collins’ office and in the Russel Senate Office Building rotunda. Credit: Alana Whitman via Storyful

Silent Anti-Kavanaugh Protest Moves Through Washington Senate Offices36s

Silent Anti-Kavanaugh Protest Moves Through Washington Senate Offices

Demonstrators raised their fists and walked slowly and silently down the hallway in front of Senator Susan Collins’ office in Washington on September 24 to protest Supreme Court hopeful Brett Kavanaugh. News reports said “dozens” of protesters were arrested, both outside Senator Susan Collins’ office and in the Russel Senate Office Building rotunda. According to Instagram user Igcorn, who also filmed from the protest, police prohibited forms of physical and noise protest including clapping, snapping and jazz hands. Credit: Angela Maske via Storyful

Protesters Gather on Vassar Campus to Support Kavanaugh Accusers27s

Protesters Gather on Vassar Campus to Support Kavanaugh Accusers

Students, faculty, and administrators of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, were joined by other members of the community on September 24, as they participated in a national walkout to support Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez. Ford and Ramirez have accused United States Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assaults when he was in high school (Ford) and college (Ramirez). Credit: Tara Mulder via Storyful