A surfing seal surprised Matthew Stanley and Andrew Flounders and joined them for a session in the waves off the north-east coast of England. The surfers were off Amble, in Northumberland, when a young seal swam up to them and started climbing on their surfboards. The seal stayed with them for almost an hour and Matthew Stanley captured it on this amazing GoPro footage:
James Hollmer-Cross was surfing at Pedra Blanca, south of Tasmania, when he found himself in the middle of a massive wipeout. Luckily, he lived to tell the tale.
Meet Kamapua’a (or Kama), a surfing pig making waves in Hawaii…
Alena Valešová was driving to visit her friend on the other side of a village in the Czech Republic, when she got an unexpected visit from a magpie named Kate, who decided to hitch a ride on the car’s windshield wipers. Kate must be one of those surfing birds.
A group of black swans was caught on camera surfing the waves at Kirra break, on Australia’s Gold Coast.
A chocolate lab puppy goes ‘stair surfing’. Love the way he slapping his tail while sliding down the stairs.
Huh, that’s odd…
Mitchell Overton surfs with dolphins off the coast of St. Pete Beach, Florida. All the other surfers in the world instantly turn jelly.
Chris Bryan, an award-winning cinematographer, used a Phantom camera for this amazing slow-motion footage of surfers riding huge scary waves at Teahupoʻo, a small village off the coast of Tahiti. On August 27th, 2011, when this video was shot, the French Navy issued a double code red prohibiting and threatening to arrest anyone that entered […]
US surfer Garrett McNamara made history by breaking the world record for largest wave ever surfed. McNamara successfully surfed on a monstrous 90-foot wave (27 meters) in Praia do Norte off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. The previous biggest wave record, 77 feet, was set by another surfing legend – Mike Parsons in 2008.