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Family in boat circled by Great White Shark!2m20s

Family in boat circled by Great White Shark!

While boating on Lake Macquarie in Australia, this family is visited by a looming great white shark that slowly circles the boat. The massive shark is easily 2.5 meters long and very interested in the attention it's getting. Listen to this family's hilariously nervous commentary as they never let the massive creature out of their sight! As scary as sharks may seem, they are an essential part to the delicate balance of the ocean's ecosystem. They help keep the oceans food web in check by consuming on older, weaker species that are a determent for other fish. When seeing a shark there is really nothing to fear as Hollywood likes to portray them as big, ferocious killers when in reality there are generally peaceful creatures if unprovoked. Sharks are some of the worlds dwindling animal populations that need to be saved. They could go extinct within this century if we are not careful. No animal deserves to be extinct as a result of our carelessness. Aside from all the serious stuff, this family's reaction to spotting the majestic beast is hilarious. The kids are panicking, with one of them threatening to turn the boat around! The only calm one her seems to be the father, as he keeps reassuring his family that everything will be alright. Please share this video with your friends and family as they will surely not want to miss this!

Alltimes
Published: February 19, 2016Updated: July 26, 2017237,436 viewsVirality: 12%
Autistic Basketball Champion Mentors Kids With The Disability2m31s

Autistic Basketball Champion Mentors Kids With The Disability

You know those triumphant stories that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? This is one of them. Anthony Ianni was diagnosed with autism (PDD) at age 4. While it is increasingly common, it’s not an easy disorder to deal with. Doctors and professionals told his parents he would never be academically successful. They also went on to predict Anthony would not likely graduate from high school, much less go to college. To really pile on to the pessimistic news, they also said he would likely end up in a group home. Oh, and that being an athlete was out of the question. Well… they. were. wrong. Anthony defied all the odds and not only graduated high school, but went on to graduate MSU with a degree in Sociology. While he was there, he was not only the first autistic person to play college basketball but he was part of TWO Big Ten Championships and a Final Four. As if these successes weren’t enough, he went on to help others live their dreams. On ‘The Relentless Tour with Anthony Ianni’ he will share his story and help stop bullying across the state of Michigan. He also helps and mentors the children at Kids On The Go, a camp for special needs kids. Join us in spreading good news. Follow us on hooplaha.com. HooplaHa is Only Good News. We believe that positivity can change lives and strive to be the voice of humanity that recognizes people are good & doing good things for mankind. We shine a light on individuals and organizations involved in this movement.  Help us celebrate people filled with kindness, those overcoming adversity with grace & inspiration, and the good in life.  Join us in spreading good news. Follow us on hooplaha.com.

Share Your Dreams, Get Free Ice Cream!  Mentor Builds At-Risk Kids' Futures2m38s

Share Your Dreams, Get Free Ice Cream! Mentor Builds At-Risk Kids' Futures

Are you a dreamer? Do you have goals you've always wanted to go after, but aren't sure how? Abdul is the owner and founder of Ice Cream For A Dream. You guessed it -- it's a dream machine on wheels! Come up to the truck, tell Abdul your dream and you'll receive an ice cream! Easy, right? Well, when you have dreams to chase but are in need a little help or direction, Abdul's Dream Chasers Workshops are complete with workbooks and inspirational support. Abdul works with children from 11th grade to sophomores in college to help others chase their dreams and make them become a reality! HooplaHa is Only Good News. We believe that positivity can change lives and strive to be the voice of humanity that recognizes people are good & doing good things for mankind. We shine a light on individuals and organizations involved in this movement. Help us celebrate people filled with kindness, those overcoming adversity with grace & inspiration, and the good in life. Join us in spreading good news. Follow us on hooplaha.com. HooplaHa is Only Good News. We believe that positivity can change lives and strive to be the voice of humanity that recognizes people are good & doing good things for mankind. We shine a light on individuals and organizations involved in this movement. Help us celebrate people filled with kindness, those overcoming adversity with grace & inspiration, and the good in life.

Joey Travolta's Film Summer Camp Teaches Young Adults With Special Needs About Film & Kindness2m32s

Joey Travolta's Film Summer Camp Teaches Young Adults With Special Needs About Film & Kindness

Inclusion Films, started by veteran filmmaker Joey Travolta (brother of actor John Travolta) in 2007, is a teaching studio for aspiring filmmakers with developmental disabilities. Students build sets, edit footage, act in projects, and are involved in every aspect of the filmmaking process. The program encourages independence, self-confidence, communication, and collaboration through acting and digital filmmaking. Inclusion films not only helps place students in professional filmmaking jobs, but also has a production crew available for hire. In addition to these workshops, Inclusion Films travels the country doing short film camps for children and teens with developmental disabilities. Over the camp sessions, students work in small groups to develop a script and then they act and shoot their film with professional support and equipment. At this summer's Short Film Camp (Camp Kindness), Inclusion Films along with the students are creating a campaign around the importance of simple acts of kindness. The goal is to create a movement of people being kind! Each group is creating a PSA/short film about the value of acts of kindness and they have also created a contest to feature other people who are doing simple acts of kindness out in the world.The campers also got to record and shoot a music video around kindness with Barry Pearl, who played Doody in the original Hollywood feature film, Grease. For more information on the kindness contest and Inclusion Films, please visit their website at https://www.inclusionfilms.com. This HooplaHa original video was produced by Lucia Nazzaro and shot/edited by Inclusion Films. Join us in spreading good news. Follow us on hooplaha.com. HooplaHa is Only Good News. We believe that positivity can change lives and strive to be the voice of humanity that recognizes people are good & doing good things for mankind. We shine a light on individuals and organizations involved in this movement. Help us celebrate people filled with kindness, those overcoming adversity with grace & inspiration, and the good in life.

Dog with underbite really loves peanut butter1m12s

Dog with underbite really loves peanut butter

What is it with dogs and peanut butter? There doesn’t seem to a dog out there that doesn’t want that delicious, sticky stuff. Dog owners have been using it as a treat, they would smear it on their noses, they would put it in some homemade doggie biscuits, some have even tried to use peanut butter to hide the smell and taste of medicine! Labston gets some peanut butter as a treat and he can't get enough of it. After finishing all the peanut butter on the spoon in record time (and almost eating the spoon in the process), he continues to lick up any peanut butter that didn't make it into his mouth on the first attempt. That underbite doesn’t seem to stop the poor pooch from enjoying his favorite treat, but it mean that you can treat your dog to some delicious nut butter if you see them enjoying it? Here’s what the AKC has to say about it. Basically, yes, it is safe for you to give your dog peanut butter as a treat, but only in moderation! Peanut butter can be an excellent source of protein and healthy fats, vitamins B and E, and niacin, which can have a multitude of positive effects on your pet’s health. Just make sure that the butter you give them is sodium free, as high sodium can be problematic for dogs. If you can, make peanut butter from scratch in your own home. It might not be smooth like the store bought stuff, but it will be much more delicious!

LabstonTheDog
Published: July 25, 2017Updated: July 26, 201711 views
Dying bee rescued by compassionate human3m02s

Dying bee rescued by compassionate human

After seeing a bee lying on the ground, this woman scooped it up onto the garden table and fed it some sugar water. To make this, you mix 2 tbsp of sugar to 1 tbsp of water. You will know when the bee is drinking - just look at that tongue! We hope this little bee lived! Save the bees!

saraandpets
Published: July 25, 2017Updated: July 26, 201715 views
Dalmatians rumble it out on the yard! 1m00s

Dalmatians rumble it out on the yard!

Louie and Lady have accepted little Zoey into the pack. This is a typical evening around the household as they all bond together. Take a look at how much fun they are having while playing on the lawn!

Jennypogue
Published: July 25, 2017Updated: July 26, 2017
Bottle-feeding a rescued lion cub37s

Bottle-feeding a rescued lion cub

This adorable lion cub is the only one left of his litter after his mother rejected them. But in spite of his sad beginning he is now being well cared for, and he drinks his formula like there's no tomorrow! Isn't he cute?!

NataliaCara
Published: July 25, 2017Updated: July 26, 201715 views
Newborn calf bounces with joy after feeding time57s

Newborn calf bounces with joy after feeding time

Maggie is a newborn Holstein calf with a lot of energy and personality for one so young. She acts more like a giant puppy than a calf as she bounds around the pen after a feeding. Maggie has been adopted by a wonderful and patient cow named Miss Jersey, who is nursing a calf of her own. Every time Maggie gets fresh milk from her new mother, she runs around and jumps excitedly, bouncing and leaping in the air. She is overjoyed at having a full belly. Maggie also likes to run around playfully if someone will chase her. Watching her, you would think she was a dog. Maggie is just one of the many animals that live at Hamish's farm in Keene, Ontario. Hamish and his mother are rebuilding their farm after the house and the barn burned down last November. Maggie is a welcome addition to the herd and she has captured the hearts of Gertrude and Hamish. They love their animals as if they were pets. Like the other animals, Maggie seems very happy with life at Hamish's farm.

DavidMcNab
Published: July 24, 2017Updated: July 26, 2017
Sweet baby shares kisses with her reflection48s

Sweet baby shares kisses with her reflection

Take a look as this cutie express some love towards her own reflection in the mirror. We can all learn a little something about loving ourselves from this little girl. She is too adorable!

Hippyfairy1
Published: July 24, 2017Updated: July 26, 201715 views