A car gets transported across the Chuya River in Siberia, zip-line-style.
Retired engineer George Loegering discovered a circle of ice spinning slowly in the Sheyenne River, North Dakota. Experts say that this weather phenomenon was probably caused by a combination of cold, dense air and an eddy in the river.
Meanwhile in Russia…a car plunges off a bridge and continues its voyage by floating to the shore. The passengers couldn’t care less about the sudden change of the path.
A baby deer follows a kayaker over a waterfall and a subsequent rapid. According to the video’s uploader – the fawn ended up being just fine.
Driving on a pontoon bridge over the river Nadym in Russia is a real adventure.
A little dog uses a stream to play fetch with himself…
A wet avalanche at the Höttinger Alm near Innsbruck, Austria, creates an impressive stream of snow rolling down the mountain side.
No bridge? No problem!
An avalanche triggers a massive landslide in Saint-Christophe-en-Oisans, France. Make sure you watch it in HD.
Throwing snowballs at people with a huge water hose may not be the best idea. Who knew?!