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  • African Ex-Lax For Cows (GAG WARNING) 01:55

    African Ex-Lax For Cows (GAG WARNING)

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    What in Sam Hill??!!!! There's got to be an easier and more sanitary way. Just wait until his wife kisses him!

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  • Meet The Luckiest Man On Earth 01:01

    Meet The Luckiest Man On Earth

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    Watch as a giant boulder takes out this car near a mountainous region of China. The driver got away injury-free but just a split second sooner and he would have been chop suey.

    2 weeks
  • Deer Jumps Through Salon Window (FANTASTIC SOUND INCLUDED) 00:39

    Deer Jumps Through Salon Window (FANTASTIC SOUND INCLUDED)

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    A deer startled customers at a hair salon on Long Island after jumping through the window.

    It happened at 'Be.you.tiful Hair Salon' at 344 Portion Road in Lake Ronkonkoma just before 12:30 Saturday afternoon.

    The deer struck a woman sitting on a couch in the front of the store. Police say she suffered leg and head pain. She was transported to Stony Brook University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

    The deer was not at the scene when police arrived.

    2 weeks
  • Praying Mantis Eats Fly Alive! 04:04

    Praying Mantis Eats Fly Alive!

    A short sequence showing the amazing predatory nature of the Praying Mantid, Mantis religiosa. In this video you will see a fly which mimics a bee, eaten alive! First by the mouth parts then the brain is eaten.

    3 weeks
  • Japan's Sakurajima volcano erupts leaving city five miles away 'covered' in ash 00:20

    Japan's Sakurajima volcano erupts leaving city five miles away 'covered' in ash

    Volcanic ash has rained down on a city after Japan's Sakurajima erupted and belched a massive column of ash two miles into the sky.

    People in Kagoshima - five miles away from the volcano - posted photos on social media showing their ash-covered clothing or cars, and the particles falling in the streets.

    One resident tweeted: "Sakurajima's ashes!!! Because I forgot my umbrella, I was completely covered with ash. The second photo is an ash-covered bag."

    Sakurajima, of the most active volcanoes in the world, erupted at about 4pm local time.

    Officials had already issued a volcanic ash warning following a number of minor eruptions this month.

    4 weeks
  • Man Is Trapped In His Car During A Flood In Spain! 00:56

    Man Is Trapped In His Car During A Flood In Spain!

    The regions of Valencia, Murcia and eastern Andalucia were among those hardest hit where motorway tunnels were close to being totally submerged.

    4 weeks
  • Colossal Waterspout Spotted in Southwest China 01:19

    Colossal Waterspout Spotted in Southwest China

    A huge waterspout appeared in Beihai City of southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Tuesday, lasting around 10 minutes with rare footage being shot at the local Yintan, or Silver Beach.

    1 month
  • Moment lightning strikes football pitch, injuring players 00:15

    Moment lightning strikes football pitch, injuring players

    Moment lightning strikes football pitch, injuring players in the ISSA/Digicel Manning Cup football match between Wolmer's Boys' School and Jamaica College (JC) at the Stadium East field in Jamaica.

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  • Woman miraculously survives two lightnings strikes hitting SUV at traffic lights 00:23

    Woman miraculously survives two lightnings strikes hitting SUV at traffic lights

    A woman miraculously managed to escape two consecutive lightnings that struck her Toyota SUV as she stopped at some traffic lights in Siberia.

    Anna Nakaznykh, in her 40s, was in a traffic queue in her RAV4 during a rainstorm in the city of Novosibirsk when her vehicle was hit.

    Another motorist Galina Ershova, 41, in a car behind recorded the alarming two-in-one hit.

    β€œI was blinded for a split second, I grabbed the steering wheel with a death grip,” said Galina as she watched the strikes.

    β€œIt happened so quickly.”

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  • Dozens of brand new cars left destroyed following Alicante flooding 00:46

    Dozens of brand new cars left destroyed following Alicante flooding

    Shocking video showing dozens of brand new cars completely ruined has revealed the extent of the destruction in southeastern Spain after major flooding last week.

    In footage shared online vehicles at a dealership in Orihuela, Alicante, can be seen crumpled and laying on their roofs after being swept away by fast-flowing water.

    While some of the Kia and Nissan cars are seen battered by rocks on the road, others have landed on top of each other destroying their bodywork.

    Rescue workers saved thousands of people during the storm that slammed into the Mediterranean regions of Valencia, Murcia and eastern Andalusia last week.

    1 month
  • Flash Floods In Spain Sweep Cars Away And Destroy Homes After Torrential Rain 00:32

    Flash Floods In Spain Sweep Cars Away And Destroy Homes After Torrential Rain

    The city of Valencia has been struck by a freak storm that brought heavy downpours and strong gales to the holiday resort.

    Footage emerged online showing several cars being swept away along swollen rivers and tumbling downstream towards the Bosquet Ravine in the municipality of Moixent.

    The cars' headlights and brake lights were flashing as they flipped and bobbed up and down in the ferocious water.

    Thankfully the cars were empty at the time, according to local reports.

    1 month
  • That Wasp Was Out: A Spider Tries To Get His Next Meal! 00:58

    That Wasp Was Out: A Spider Tries To Get His Next Meal!

    A Spider Tries To Get His Next Meal!

    1 month
  • Crane Collapses in Downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia as Hurricane Dorian Approaches 00:28

    Crane Collapses in Downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia as Hurricane Dorian Approaches

    Cellphone footage captured the moment Hurricane Dorian's gust brought down a crane in the middle of Halifax.

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  • House is ripped off the ground as Dorian hits North Carolina 00:37

    House is ripped off the ground as Dorian hits North Carolina

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    Ring doorbell camera shows just how strong the wind and rain get from a tornado as Hurricane Dorian starts to touch down in Emerald Isle, North Carolina.

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  • Helicopter Video Shows Total Destruction Of Abaco, Bahamas From Hurricane Dorian! 03:50

    Helicopter Video Shows Total Destruction Of Abaco, Bahamas From Hurricane Dorian!

    Aerial chopper footage of total devastation to the Abacos. The Marsh Harbour area was hit particularly hard.

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  • Hurricane Dorian Compilation 07:52

    Hurricane Dorian Compilation

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  • Hurricane Dorian: Man cradles gurgling newborn as deadly storm rages outside home 00:50

    Hurricane Dorian: Man cradles gurgling newborn as deadly storm rages outside home

    A man cradles a gurgling newborn in his arms after surviving the wrath of Hurricane Dorian which has ripped apart homes and left a young boy dead.

    But in the devastating footage, the pair are not out the danger zone as outside their Bahamas apartment block rages metres of water threatening to trap them in and flood what remains of their property.

    The trail of destruction left by the "extremely dangerous" storm has been laid bare in the clips taken by residents who have returned to their houses to find everything they own destroyed.

    2 months
  • Boats upturn as water ravages towns in horrific Hurricane Dorian 00:17

    Boats upturn as water ravages towns in horrific Hurricane Dorian

    Hurricane Dorian has brought a 'historic tragedy' to the Bahamas after stalling over the islands for 40 hours and pounding them with ferocious winds and surging seawaters that destroyed thousands of homes and left at least five people dead.

    The Category 5 storm flooded the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama with walls of water that lapped into the second floors of buildings, trapped people in attics and drowned the Grand Bahama airport under six feet of water.

    Fearsome 120mph winds were still battering Grand Bahama early this morning as Dorian refused to budge, coming to an 'unprecedented' stop just north of the island.

    People were forced to flee the floodwaters from one shelter to another amid reports of a five-month-old baby stranded on a roof and a woman with six grandchildren who cut a hole to escape.

    At least five people died and 21 injured people were airlifted to the capital by the U.S. Coast Guard, Bahamas officials said.

    'We are in the midst of a historic tragedy,' Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said. 'The devastation is unprecedented and extensive.'

    Meanwhile evacuations are under way in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina where heavy rain and even possible tornadoes are predicted today.

    The storm has weakened but is still a powerful Category 3 hurricane, and could cause highly dangerous storm surges on the U.S. coast even if it does not make landfall.

    Disney World will close early today as Florida braces for impact amid fears that the storm could veer off course and hit the mainland.

    2 months
  • NASA captures Hurricane Dorian putting on stunning lightning display 00:14

    NASA captures Hurricane Dorian putting on stunning lightning display

    Satellite imagery captures stunning lightning display from Hurricane Dorian as it moves towards Florida.

    2 months
  • Families bundled into tractors as fierce Hurricane Dorian strikes 00:11

    Families bundled into tractors as fierce Hurricane Dorian strikes

    Hurricane Dorian was crawling across the Bahamas this morning as it battered the islands with 185mph winds that destroyed homes, shredded roofs and toppled power lines, with hundreds of thousands of Americans now preparing to evacuate as the storm moves into their path.

    The Category 5 hurricane was lingering over the island of Grand Bahama today, causing 'catastrophic conditions' as it moved westward at just 1mph, wrecking 13,000 homes and leaving an airport under five feet of water.

    Dorian made landfall with wind speeds of 185mph yesterday, making it the second-strongest Atlantic storm on record, and the joint-strongest ever to hit land.

    A seven-year-old boy is believed to have drowned in the storm, which brought gusts up to 225mph and up to 30 inches of rain. Experts have warned of a possible storm surge that could send destructive waves barreling into the coast.

    The storm is expected to move towards Florida later on Monday, as coastal dwellers flee their homes in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina amid warnings of 'life-threatening' weather conditions.

    The U.S. seaboard is not currently forecast to take a direct hit, but experts say the storm is still 'extremely dangerous' and even a glancing blow could bring torrential rain and destructive winds.

    In addition, Dorian could yet veer off course and hit the mainland, with Orlando and even Walt Disney World potentially under threat if the path of the storm changes.

    'This storm at this magnitude could really cause massive destruction. Do not put your life in jeopardy by staying behind when you have a chance to get out,' warned Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

    In Washington, President Donald Trump met with his emergency management chiefs and declared 'this looks monstrous.'

    2 months
  • Hurricane Dorian submerges man's yard under six feet of water 00:33

    Hurricane Dorian submerges man's yard under six feet of water

    Hurricane Dorian was crawling across the Bahamas this morning as it battered the islands with 185mph winds that destroyed homes, shredded roofs and toppled power lines, with hundreds of thousands of Americans now preparing to evacuate as the storm moves into their path.

    The Category 5 hurricane was lingering over the island of Grand Bahama today, causing 'catastrophic conditions' as it moved westward at just 1mph, wrecking 13,000 homes and leaving an airport under five feet of water.

    Dorian made landfall with wind speeds of 185mph yesterday, making it the second-strongest Atlantic storm on record, and the joint-strongest ever to hit land.

    A seven-year-old boy is believed to have drowned in the storm, which brought gusts up to 225mph and up to 30 inches of rain. Experts have warned of a possible storm surge that could send destructive waves barreling into the coast.

    The storm is expected to move towards Florida later on Monday, as coastal dwellers flee their homes in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina amid warnings of 'life-threatening' weather conditions.

    The U.S. seaboard is not currently forecast to take a direct hit, but experts say the storm is still 'extremely dangerous' and even a glancing blow could bring torrential rain and destructive winds.

    In addition, Dorian could yet veer off course and hit the mainland, with Orlando and even Walt Disney World potentially under threat if the path of the storm changes.

    'This storm at this magnitude could really cause massive destruction. Do not put your life in jeopardy by staying behind when you have a chance to get out,' warned Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

    In Washington, President Donald Trump met with his emergency management chiefs and declared 'this looks monstrous.'

    2 months
  • Inside home in Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian strikes island 01:37

    Inside home in Bahamas as Hurricane Dorian strikes island

    Hurricane Dorian was crawling across the Bahamas this morning as it battered the islands with 185mph winds that destroyed homes, shredded roofs and toppled power lines, with hundreds of thousands of Americans now preparing to evacuate as the storm moves into their path.

    The Category 5 hurricane was lingering over the island of Grand Bahama today, causing 'catastrophic conditions' as it moved westward at just 1mph, wrecking 13,000 homes and leaving an airport under five feet of water.

    Dorian made landfall with wind speeds of 185mph yesterday, making it the second-strongest Atlantic storm on record, and the joint-strongest ever to hit land.

    A seven-year-old boy is believed to have drowned in the storm, which brought gusts up to 225mph and up to 30 inches of rain. Experts have warned of a possible storm surge that could send destructive waves barreling into the coast.

    The storm is expected to move towards Florida later on Monday, as coastal dwellers flee their homes in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina amid warnings of 'life-threatening' weather conditions.

    The U.S. seaboard is not currently forecast to take a direct hit, but experts say the storm is still 'extremely dangerous' and even a glancing blow could bring torrential rain and destructive winds.

    In addition, Dorian could yet veer off course and hit the mainland, with Orlando and even Walt Disney World potentially under threat if the path of the storm changes.

    'This storm at this magnitude could really cause massive destruction. Do not put your life in jeopardy by staying behind when you have a chance to get out,' warned Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

    In Washington, President Donald Trump met with his emergency management chiefs and declared 'this looks monstrous.'

    2 months
  • 19 Florida Memes For Those Who Don't Fear A Hurricane 19 Images

    19 Florida Memes For Those Who Don't Fear A Hurricane

    Hurricane Dorian is on its way, and while sane people fear a hurricane to "Florida Man," for most it's just a reason to party.

    2 months
  • NASA film stunning view over Hurricane Dorian as it heads to Florida 01:20

    NASA film stunning view over Hurricane Dorian as it heads to Florida

    NASA's cameras on board the International Space Station over-flew hurricane Dorian on thursday, as the storm strengthened north of Puerto Rico.

    2 months
  • Hurricane Dorian lashes the Virgin Islands leaving torrents of water 00:56

    Hurricane Dorian lashes the Virgin Islands leaving torrents of water

    Hurricane Dorian has the potential to be one of the worst storms to hit Florida in three decades, meteorologists warn.

    The storm continued his ominous path on Thursday churning in the open Atlantic, headed towards the northern Bahamas and Florida's eastern coast, as it's expected to escalate into a dangerous Category 3 storm by the time it makes landfall early next week.

    On Wednesday Dorian was upgraded from a tropical storm to a hurricane and briefly made landfall in the Virgin Islands and impacted small Puerto Rican islands, causing power outages and minor flooding.

    Once Dorian escalated into a hurricane, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency.

    Officials have warned residents across the state to prepare for a Labor Day weekend strike and to stock up on a week's worth of supplies and to be prepared to evacuate when advised.

    An update from the National Hurricane Center at 8am EST on Thursday warned that tropical force winds from Dorian, which is currently a Category 1 storm, could start to hit parts of Florida as early as Saturday evening and the hurricane could make landfall by late Sunday or early Monday.

    'This could be the strongest hurricane to hit Central Florida in over 30 years,' Fox 35 Orlando meteorologist Glenn Richards said. 'Hurricane force sustained winds would be carried across the entire width of the state if the current forecast holds.'

    2 months
  • Group of friends film Stromboli eruption as they flee on boat 01:46

    Group of friends film Stromboli eruption as they flee on boat

    A group of friends were left fleeing on their boat as Stromboli erupted and produced a thick cloud of smoke.

    2 months
  • Massive Glacier Collapse Caught On Camera In Ilulissat, Greenland 07:33

    Massive Glacier Collapse Caught On Camera In Ilulissat, Greenland

    Icebergs breaking from the Ilulissat Glacier are often up to 3,000 feet in height (1 km) and thus too tall to float down the fjord and lie stuck on the bottom of its shallower areas, sometimes for years, until they are broken up by the force of the glacier and icebergs further up the fjord.

    2 months
  • Stromboli volcano erupts in 'giant' plume of smoke in front of shocked tourists 02:31

    Stromboli volcano erupts in 'giant' plume of smoke in front of shocked tourists

    Italy's Stromboli volcano has exploded in front of frightened holidaymakers, spewing an ash cloud and rocks, sending a river of lava into the sea and setting vegetation on fire.

    The eruption appeared to be stronger than one in July which killed a hiker and forced terrified tourists to dive into the sea as rocks rained down.

    Londoner Nicole Bremner, who witnessed Wednesday's powerful blast, tweeted: "We were just at #Stromboli volcano watching the small eruptions. We left and then this giant eruption happened!

    "A couple of smaller eruptions now and this metallic taste in our mouths. Waiting to see if we need to help with evacuations."

    Tourists gathered to watch ash billow into the sky and lava gush down the slopes of the "unpredictable" volcano after a huge roar was heard and felt for miles around.

    2 months
  • Drone Footage Reveals Aftermath Of Amazon Fires! 00:52

    Drone Footage Reveals Aftermath Of Amazon Fires!

    Aerial footage shows the desolation left in the wake of fires that have swept the Amazon rainforest over the last month.

    Six states in Brazil's Amazon region requested military help to combat record fires that are tearing through the rainforest.

    Environmentalists have said farmers clearing land for pasture were responsible for the uptick in fires.

    The Amazon is the world's largest tropical rainforest and its protection is seen as vital to the fight against climate change because of the vast amounts of carbon dioxide it absorbs.

    2 months
  • Dramatic moment driver swims for her life after violent storms 00:45

    Dramatic moment driver swims for her life after violent storms

    In a dramatic video, a woman can be seen stuck in her car after violent storms hit much of Mallorca and Ibiza, flooding much of the islands. The woman then leaves her car to swim to safety.

    2 months
  • Tornado rips through Malaga as torrential rain floods streets of tourist town 00:34

    Tornado rips through Malaga as torrential rain floods streets of tourist town

    A spectacular tornado has hit the outskirts of Malaga tonight as scorching weather gave way to freak storms with torrential rain and thunderstorms.

    Footage of the phenomena has been posted on social media, with the emergency services receiving hundreds of calls.

    The tornado whipped over the area of Campillos, in Malaga, at one stage taking out an electricity pylon and causing a giant flash of fire.

    Onlookers said they had seen nothing like it, with one storm chaser describing it as "spectacular" while another said it was "brutal".

    2 months
  • Cars washed down flooded roads after Madrid hit by torrential storms 01:14

    Cars washed down flooded roads after Madrid hit by torrential storms

    Cars washed down flooded road and mounds of hailstones formed on streets in Madrid, after the Spanish capital was hit by torrential storms.

    2 months