A tortuga turtle gets a GoPro camera strapped to her shell…
A guy starts filming himself feeding the monkeys at the Uluwatu Temple, Bali, when one of them steals his GoPro Hero 3+ camera and takes monkey selfies with it.
A funny camera fail gives BBC Look North news anchor, Caroline Bilton, a sinking feeling during a live tv broadcast…
A GoPro camera fell out of a skydiving airplane and landed in a pig pen where it was found 8 months later, intact, by YoutTuber Mia Munselle. Here’s what the camera recorded:
A Liverpool soccer fan had no sympathy for Aston Villa’s Gabby Agbonlahor who fell over the advertising wall at Anfield stadium. In fact, he seemed happy to have the perfect opportunity to take a picture.
Western Grater company blows up a huge rock in Telegraph Cove, BC, Canada, and a perfectly placed camera captures the huge blast.
A curious pride of lions in Botswana meet ‘Car L’, a remote controlled 4×4 buggy equipped with camera.
Cameraman Chris Coates tried talking to a humpback whale while freediving off the eastern coast of Africa, but got a pretty negative response – the whale slapped him. Must have said something wrong in whale lingo.
I’ve already featured this motorbike-hating angry ram but the new footage deserves some attention. The ram, known as Rambro, hangs around Marty Todd’s property in Nelson, New Zealand, and has become a bit of a menace. Rambro was an old pet whose previous owner could not control him, so he let him loose on his large scrub and pine plantation a few years ago. Todd is an avid biker and he usually encounters the belligerent ram during his motorcycle rides. The scuffles between the two already went viral, but Todd recently mounted a GoPro camera on the ram’s back and filmed some new material:
Don’t mess with Indian palm squirrels…