Father mode – activate!read more
Who needs traffic lights? Not these drivers at the Meskel Square intersection in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.read more
An amazing GoPro POV video of Brett Turcotte launching his snowmobile off a cliff.read more
A Georgetown, Texas, police officer was placed on administrative leave on Monday for tripping and pushing high school students during a girls soccer match celebration. Students from Vandegrift High School in Austin rushed the field in Georgetown after their girls’ team won its first state championship on Saturday. Officer George Bermudez decided to stop them like this:read more
Meanwhile in Poland…
Ben Clarke filmed a cute fox family playing in his backyard in Carshalton Beeches, Sutton, London.
Valentin Delluc grinds the chairlift cable while speed-riding down the mountain.
Janis and Bob Powell had a close encounter with a moose while snowmobiling outside Jackson, Maine, on Friday. The moose was following the same trail when they came upon it. They followed it for a short while and expected it to get off the trail any time, like moose usually do. However, this one decided to turn around and charge at snowmobilers:
A baby black bear is doing well at the Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, after being dropped off at the nearby BEAR League in Homewood. According to the nonprofit organization, this is the first time ever a bear was left at their doorstep. They are still trying to figure out where she came from.
A man almost got run over by a train while crossing the railway in the small town of Rájec-Jestřebí, Czech Republic. CCTV footage released by the Czech police shows the 77-year-old hurrying across the tracks, only to be clipped by an oncoming fast train. The man escaped serious injury, but will be receiving a fine for his reckless behavior. The worst thing is that none of the drivers stopped to help him:
Some fireworks, a remote-controlled DJI Phantom quadcopter, and a GoPro camera, provide for a very cool slow-mo video. Music is ‘Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)’ by Arcade Fire.
Two bunnies visited WBIR-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee, on Friday and started getting frisky in front of the news anchors.