A grizzly bear chewing on GoPro camera left by biologist Brad Josephs at Katmai National Park, Alaska, is a great demonstration of what a bear eating your face might look like.
Luis Suarez already apologized for biting Branislav Ivanovic’s arm during the Liverpool‘s 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, but I think this time the FA won’t let it slide. The footage speaks for itself:
Hanne Claeys, an 11-year-old Belgian girl from West Flanders, is teaching her cow Fleur how to jump over hurdles like a horse. It took Fleur under a year of training to jump over a fence and she can reportedly jump around two-and-a-half feet off the ground with Hanne riding on her back. Hanne was inspired by a German teen Regina Mayer who taught the same trick to her cow Luna.
A clip from BBC documentary ‘The Polar Bear Family & Me’ shows cameraman Gordon Buchanan’s close call with a polar bear in Svalbard, Norway.
Either the polar bear is very hungry, or she’s just trying to help the cameraman out of that safety perspex box.
I love BBC documentaries, but I miss David Attenborough.
A prawn trawler sank in the Irish Sea, off the County Down coast, last Tuesday. The two-man crew of the Ardglass-registered boat, the Snowdonia, were rescued by another trawler, the Tribute. The whole incident was caught on camera:
Typhoon Jelawat struck Japan Saturday, injuring dozens of people. Powerful winds picked up and flipped over many cars, including this one in a Urasoe, Okinawa, parking lot. The footage was shot by US Marine Joseph M. Nolan.
A guy calls Psychic Wayne from Irish TV3 and poses as Will Smith, pretending that the entire premise of Fresh Prince of Bel Air is the story of his life.