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Cute New Zealand Rare White Kiwi's Playing 1m38s

Cute New Zealand Rare White Kiwi's Playing

It may seem like a fight but this is normal behavior for the extremely rare white Kiwi. These flightless birds are only found on small islands, special trapped areas, and in captivity. Introduced predators have wiped them out on the mainland. This white Kiwi Manakura is actually a Brown Spotted Kiwi Bird.

youorig
Published: June 8, 20174 views
Seal pup attempts to play with drone3m27s

Seal pup attempts to play with drone

Having a drone must be very awesome. Whether you are a professional at video recording or just an enthusiast, being able to record images and video footage with a drone is truly marvelous. Think about all the possibilities! Inaccessible terrain, timid wildlife, ferocious beasts, they can all be caught on video with the help of a drone! The owner of this drone caught this awesome moment on camera when his low-flying drone captures the attention of a seal pup. How cool is that? Seal pups are well known for their curious and playful nature, so wildlife enthusiasts are careful not to cause them any harm while observing these adorable animals.

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Published: May 30, 2017Updated: May 31, 2017445 viewsVirality: 3%
Bikes being stolen caught on camera 1m58s

Bikes being stolen caught on camera

New Zealand Police have released amazing footage of bikes being stolen caught on camera. They are hoping that more people will use D style locks.

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Published: May 2, 2017Updated: May 3, 2017176 views
Bird catches massive eels during New Zealand flooding2m00s

Bird catches massive eels during New Zealand flooding

While one news agency was doing a live feed, a lone cormorant is caught on camera catching massive eels, but he bit off more than he could chew as they all ended up getting away. This was filmed during cyclone Debbie smashing New Zealand causing widespread flooding.

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Published: April 6, 2017Updated: April 10, 20171,199 viewsVirality: 4%
Red deer fascinated by hovering drone57s

Red deer fascinated by hovering drone

Red deer are extraordinary creatures, found on almost every continent on the planet. They are know as timid animals and usually run away at the sight of predators or humans, making them almost impossible to film while interacting. But what if you had a camera drone? One person in New Zealand had an extraordinary chance to record on video small herd of grazing red deer, led by a masive stag. The does all scatter at the sight of the buzzing drone approaching, but the stag held his ground. Watch as he comes closer to the drone, sniffing it and watching closely at the unusual object in front of him. A truly one-of-a-kind experience in the New Zealand wild! Be sure to share this awesome footage with all your wildlife-loving friends.

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Published: March 15, 2017Updated: March 17, 2017459,983 viewsVirality: 4%
Do you trust the New Zealand media? 😱 #NOTFAKENEWS 6m41s

Do you trust the New Zealand media? 😱 #NOTFAKENEWS

Had enough of fake news yet?, we asked New Zealanders "Do you trust the New Zealand media?" What about you?... has the spread of fake news effected trust in the media?. Comment and tell us what you think. America's CNN, Fox and trump saga is nothing like New Zealand media.

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Published: February 25, 2017Updated: February 27, 201712 views
Fairfax NZ or Stuff.co.nz calls Whales 'floating sushi'40s

Fairfax NZ or Stuff.co.nz calls Whales 'floating sushi'

New Zealand's largest online news stuff owned by Fairfax NZ has been caught out calling a beautiful whale that was filmed blowing a rainbow nothing more than "floating sushi" Whale watch Kaikoura were sad to see our largest online news site refer one great reason for tourism as nothing more than food. Whales are not eaten in New Zealand and most of the world frowns about eating them. They changed the story after we complained to as many Whale places we could find. The story now reads: "They're majestic mammals - but are they also magical?" " A whale has shown its enchanting side by appearing to blow an incredible rainbow as it surfaced." Asher Finlayson responsible for video at stuff the head of media at Fairfax New Zealand was unreachable for comment.

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Published: December 8, 2016Updated: December 9, 201614 views
Eggplosion - Slow motion egg explosion 1m36s

Eggplosion - Slow motion egg explosion

Eggplosion - Slow motion egg explosion : Was bored so I thought I would make some eggs explode. This was recorded with high quality sound. MKH416 and a Zoom H6

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Published: December 7, 2016Updated: December 8, 201610 views
Stupid Axe Robber Attacks Candy No Disguise33s

Stupid Axe Robber Attacks Candy No Disguise

This stupid axe robber decided to show his face and attack the candy bars while robbing a shop in Christchurch, New Zealand. Christchurch Police investigating two dairy robberies that occurred yesterday and would like to identify the man in this video. Police have obtained this CCTV footage from the Curletts Road robbery. If you have any information on this man's identity or his whereabouts please call 111.

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Published: December 4, 2016Updated: December 5, 2016843 views
Huge street brawl in Auckland, New Zealand2m23s

Huge street brawl in Auckland, New Zealand

Do you know the men in this video? Another night of senseless violence in Auckland’s party hot spots on Saturday night/Sunday morning has once again left Police frustrated and disappointed. One man was left hospitalised after multiple fights in Karangahape Road, which took place over several inner city streets. Two men appear in court today charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm and assault with intent to injure as a result . Police made fourteen arrests in restoring order in the location mainly for disorderly behaviour. This video shows just some of the chaotic scenes that Police had to deal with in the early hours of Sunday morning. Just after 2am, a large group of more than 15 can be seen lining the side of K Road and fighting. Law-abiding members of the public are forced to take evasive action as the fighting moves into the middle of an intersection, in the path of oncoming traffic. One of the brawls ends up taking place on the bonnet of a car waiting at the lights. Police are now trying to identify the people in the video and are not ruling out further charges, as investigations continue. Half an hour after the fight on K Road, another fight broke out nearby in East Street, in which the man in hospital sustained his injuries. “It’s hugely frustrating and disappointing to see violence like this in our city at night. This was violence fuelled by alcohol and people who can’t handle their drink ” said Inspector Mark Benefield. “It only takes one punch and someone falls, knocks their head and dies. How many families would that affect? These brawlers are just one moment away from changing people’s lives forever. Not only that, but spare a thought for the innocent people who are going about their business along K Road; the motorist waiting at the lights who finds the bonnet of their car being used as a boxing ring. It’s extremely frightening and law-abiding people shouldn’t have to deal with it” he says. Police will continue to patrol city party hot spots as the warmer weather approaches, and will be taking a very low tolerance approach to similar behaviour. “We fully expect more people to come into the city at night as the party season approaches and we will be coming down hard on those who do behave badly whilst under the influence” he says. Police will be asking bar owners and managers to be extra vigilant with patrons in meeting their responsibilities under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 . “Auckland is a fantastic city to enjoy at this time of the year but it’s unacceptable that this level of violence occurs when people want to come into the city to enjoy themselves.” Inspector Benefield reminds people coming into the Central Business District that that the entire CBD has a 24 hour alcohol ban which Police will enforce with $250 fines or arrest. Anyone with information about the people involved in the fight is asked to contact Auckland Police on 09 302 6557. Information can also be given anonymously to the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Published: December 4, 2016Updated: December 5, 201670 views
Extreme Cyclist Road Rage Girl Driver2m10s

Extreme Cyclist Road Rage Girl Driver

This is 19yo Samantha getting caught up with some cyclists who refuse to let motorists past and refuse to go in single file. Excuse the language it is extreme road rage.

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Published: July 6, 2016Updated: July 11, 201627,177 viewsVirality: 17%