A family on safari in South Africa got the shock of a lifetime when a lion opened their car door with its teeth.
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For the uninitiated, skydiving can be scary enough: leaping out of a plane, free-falling at 120 miles per hour, keeping your presence of mind as you pull the cord on your parachute.
Everyone makes mistakes. Reporters sometimes get their mistakes recorded. And often times they make us laugh.
Iran blasted its mock-up of a U.S. aircraft carrier during naval drills on Wednesday, swarming the target with 100 speedboats armed with rockets, shoulder-launched missiles and mortars as well as striking it with cruise missiles, according to reports from Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency.
It’s like “School of Rock,” but even more awesome.
Nature in its rawest form can be amazing and terrifying all at the same time.
Ever get that sinking feeling? Well, two rail passengers in South Korea certainly did after they fell nearly 10 feet through a sinkhole on the side of the street.
The desert looks really freaky covered in snow. Almost like another world. At least, it does from a drone.
You’ve been doing it wrong all along.
Space is pretty fascinating, isn’t it?
Well, this takes speed dating to a whole new level.
If the NBA was suddenly all about arcade basketball machines, this guy would be the new LeBron James.
Computer generated graphics give us a look that we’ll probably never see in real life.
This was definitely too close for comfort.
It sure looks like a smiley face beaming down from the heavens, but actually it’s a massive galaxy cluster known as SDSS J1038+4849.
A locomotive in Canada doesn’t let some little (actually huge) snow drifts get in its way.
For our viewing pleasure, a police officer in Missouri gets his groove on while “testing” the dashcam in his patrol car.
Warning: this video contains some serious science.
A rare frilled shark caught by a fisherman in Australia looks like something out of “Alien,” but has more in common with “Jurassic Park.”
Arizona has plenty of interesting places to stay but a brand new hotel has just hit the rental market. It’s small and exclusive. And, it can go from 0 to 60 mph in four seconds.
A TV reporter holds her ground during her live shot even though all the action is happening behind her.
In an effort to show it’s officers are human too, the Dover Police Department in Delaware is turning the camera around and in one case caught an officer who knows way too much of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.”
A viral video of what happens when a bottle rocket and a frozen lake meet.
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