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Dog Dressed in Adorable Winter Hat to Fight Freezing Weather33s

Dog Dressed in Adorable Winter Hat to Fight Freezing Weather

Before Amber could go for her walk in the freezing conditions in northern Ontario, she had to wrap up to say warm. Her owners, therefore, dressed her in a Ushanka-hat and it looked damn cute on Amber, whose reaction to her new fashion statement was the definition of chill.

Snowstorm Quickly Covers Upstate New York Garden34s

Snowstorm Quickly Covers Upstate New York Garden

This timelapse video shows snow building up in a garden in Pleasantville, New York, as a major snowstorm slammed the Northeastern United States on Tuesday, March 14. <a href="http://patch.com/new-york/pleasantville/blizzard-warning-could-storm-bring-briarcliff-manor-standstill" target="_blank">Local reports</a> described <a href="http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=NYZ070&warncounty=NYC119&firewxzone=NYZ070&local_place1=2%20Miles%20NNW%20Mount%20Kisco%20NY&product1=Blizzard+Warning&lat=41.2221&lon=-73.7474#.WMlZR8DyiUk" target="_blank">a blizzard warning in effect on March 14</a>.

NYPD Officer, Famous for Twerking at Gay Pride Parade, Dies of Cancer13s

NYPD Officer, Famous for Twerking at Gay Pride Parade, Dies of Cancer

A New York police officer whose dancing exploits at the city’s Gay Pride parade went viral in 2015 has died of cancer. Officer Michael Hance shot to fame after a video showing him dancing at the parade was watched millions of times. The video, posted by Paige Ponzeka in June 2015, shows Hance dancing with one of the participants in the parade. Ponzeka, who was marching with <a href="http://bigapplesoftball.com/" target="_blank">Big Apple Softball League</a>, said one of the others in the group was having some fun dancing near the officer, who was standing along the parade route. The officer ignored him at first, but eventually he started dancing. The officer gets a sticker and a peck on the cheek after his dance. Cities across the United States celebrated Gay Pride Day on June 28, 2015, with rallies and parades. It was just two days after the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage. It also marked the anniversary of the Stonewall Inn riots in 1969 in New York City, which marked the modern-day gay pride movement. The Stonewall Inn was recently declared a historic landmark and played host to a same-sex marriage performed by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday.

Woman in T-Rex Costume Takes on Snow in Milton, NH1m57s

Woman in T-Rex Costume Takes on Snow in Milton, NH

A man in New Hampshire shared a video of his wife snow-blowing the family’s driveway in a T-Rex costume on March 14. Eric Ratay took video of his wife with her T-Rex costume, which they have lovingly named Mr. Sugar Bottoms, snow-blowing the driveway outside their home. Eric’s wife put on the costume as a treat for their five daughters.

In the Battle of Toddler Vs Dandelion, the Dandelion Emerges Victorious51s

In the Battle of Toddler Vs Dandelion, the Dandelion Emerges Victorious

The parents of a little girl named <a href="https://www.instagram.com/riverdmarie/" target="_blank">River Marie</a> run social media accounts for their daughter in which they share humorous videos of her doing adorable things, including a February 28 video in which she tries to blow away dandelion fluff. The video shows two-year-old River holding up a dandelion and trying her hardest to blow away the fluff, failing to do so, though not for lack of trying. She eventually succeeds at blowing off some of the fluff, though most of it stays attached. The video has been viewed 15 times as of this writing.

Corrugated Iron Sheets Fly Into Traffic During Rain Storm57s

Corrugated Iron Sheets Fly Into Traffic During Rain Storm

A driver in Sydney witnessed a frightening sight during a rainy highway drive, when a ute lost its load in traffic. A number of corrugated iron sheets fly into traffic as the ute travels along the road, prompting Facebook users to question whether the sheets were secured correctly.

Thrill-Seeking Surfers Ride Rapids of a Raging Stream1m57s

Thrill-Seeking Surfers Ride Rapids of a Raging Stream

The wild water rapids of a usually quiet stream in New Zealand has set the scene for a bunch of thrill-seeking surfers during a day of bad weather. The group waxed their surf-boards and even brought out a wind-surfer to tackle the rapids near a bridge outside the town of Riverhead. At least one surfer among the group was no match for the strength of the waves, and was thrown down the river, as seen in this March 11 footage shared to the Facebook page <a href="https://www.facebook.com/chumsnz/" target="_blank">Chums</a>.

Scuffle Breaks Out in Line for President Trump's Nashville Rally2m13s

Scuffle Breaks Out in Line for President Trump's Nashville Rally

Police intervened after a scuffle broke out in the line for President Donald Trump’s rally in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 15. Keith Hayman captured this video of the confrontation between a black woman and several people some of whom are wearing Trump campaign clothing. The video shows the men restraining the woman before police intervene and escort her away from the line. Hayman told Storyful: “The woman just started getting pushed and there was a commotion. As far as we knew, she did nothing to provoke it. After the cops took her away to get to a safer place, the people in line started chanting ‘Trump, Trump, Trump’.” Later in the video a woman in a Trump hat yells at Hayman, believing he is skipping the line. She tells Hayman that she has been waiting for five hours already. <a href="http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2017/03/15/stadium-half-full-30-minutes-before-trump-rally/99223766/" target="_blank">The Tennessean</a> reported that some people waited for 12 hours outside the venue. Hayman told Storyful that he went to check out the rally with a friend “to see if what we were seeing on TV was really happening at Trump’s rallies.”

Girl Successfully Completes the #BootyFlipChallenge32s

Girl Successfully Completes the #BootyFlipChallenge

This video shows a girl’s attempt at the #BootyFlipChallenge. Someone throws a marker across the room at Vermilyea. As the marker nears her, she sticks out her butt, which sends the marker rattling into the can. The video was a big hit on <a href="https://twitter.com/squidliannn/status/837796465661509632" target="_blank">Twitter</a>.

Father Can't Get Enough of His Son's Great One-Liners35s

Father Can't Get Enough of His Son's Great One-Liners

It’s hard not to chuckle at Barrow-in-Furness resident Ben Wilson’s son calling himself a “fat pig”. They were on their way to get chicken nuggets when Wilson captured the magic moment on his phone. “My boy always comes out with some hilarious one liner when we’re having a chat in the van,” Wilson wrote <a href="https://www.facebook.com/ben.wilson.3701779?fref=nf" target="_blank">on Facebook.</a>

Kid Brother Overjoyed at Surprise Sibling Visit45s

Kid Brother Overjoyed at Surprise Sibling Visit

This little kid was overjoyed to receive a surprise visit from his big brother, who flew all the way from Texas to Ohio to see him and the rest of his family. The younger sibling couldn’t contain his happiness, jumping into his brother’s arms.

Musician Receives Reply From Ed Sheeran After Online Rant4m01s

Musician Receives Reply From Ed Sheeran After Online Rant

Musician Charlotte Campbell was a little upset after being blocked from her Facebook page when she uploaded a cover of one of her favorite artists. The UK-based singer took to YouTube to vent her frustration over being blocked from accessing her Facebook page after she covered an Ed Sheeran song. Little did she know that her rant would be seen by Ed himself. After hearing of Charlotte’s problem, Ed left a lovely message on her Facebook page, apologizing. Charlotte was thrilled to hear from him but was left a little red-faced. She decided to respond with this video to express her shock that Ed watched her video, her embarrassment, and to thank Ed and her fans for their support.

Trapped Sheep Gets Rescued From a Bog in Scotland10m33s

Trapped Sheep Gets Rescued From a Bog in Scotland

Photographer James Raeburn was testing out some new lenses on March 14 when he happened across a large sheep stuck in the mud of a bog near his home. Raeburn posted on Facebook that he initially thought the animal was dead, but then he saw its ears twitch. “I went up to my waist in the bog to rescue it and tested my new lens by filming me doing it! Farmer was very grateful and a happy ending,” he said. Video captured by Raeburn shows the effort taken to free the sheep, which was stuck up to its ears. Additional stills from Raeburn are included below for reference.

Surfer Catches Monster Wave Off Irish Coast45s

Surfer Catches Monster Wave Off Irish Coast

Surfer Conor Maguire caught this monster wave earlier this year in Mullaghmore, Sligo, and it made for quite the sight. Conor had been attempting to surf such a wave all week and paid the price, going through five different surfboards in the process, but it was all worth it in the end for this incredible shot.

Girl Covered in Food Coloring Denies Getting Into Food Coloring34s

Girl Covered in Food Coloring Denies Getting Into Food Coloring

Sometimes, being stubborn can be an admirable trait, like when this little girl refused to admit she had been in the food coloring, at her home in Auburn, Washington. Of course, the evidence was firmly pointing in her direction, what with the food coloring being all over her and the floor. Still, she wasn’t budging away from her denial.

Woman Escapes From Fast-Moving Floodwaters in Peru5m34s

Woman Escapes From Fast-Moving Floodwaters in Peru

This dramatic video shows a woman pulling herself out of fast-moving muddy floodwaters in Punta Hermosa, Peru, on March 15. A cow is also seen being swept along by the floodwaters, eventually reaching a safer area. According to <a href="http://elcomercio.pe/sociedad/lima/punta-hermosa-huaico-arrastro-mujer-y-varios-animales-noticia-1976358" target="_blank">reports</a>, the 32-year-old woman was dragged for around 50 meters and was taken to hospital with cuts and bruises. <span class="caps">RPP</span> Noticias <a href="http://rpp.pe/lima/actualidad/huaico-en-punta-hermosa-dejo-una-nina-muerta-noticia-1037324" target="_blank">reported</a> that a six-year-old girl died in Punta Hermosa. The floods, which were brought by torrential rains, also caused damage to property and eroding sections of coastline, leaving <a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/160751?referred_from=World%20News" target="_blank">at least one home close to collapse</a>. Elsewhere in Peru, <a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/160743/preview" target="_blank">heavy rains filled the streets of Chosica with mud</a>, and Peruvian Army helicopters <a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/160741?referred_from=World%20News" target="_blank">carried out evacuations</a> for residents stranded by floodwaters in the northern Lambayeque region.

Dramatic Explosion at Mount Etna Injures Ten50s

Dramatic Explosion at Mount Etna Injures Ten

At least <a href="http://www.tgcom24.mediaset.it/cronaca/sicilia/etna-improvvisa-esplosione-da-un-cratere-dieci-feriti_3062037-201702a.shtml" target="_blank">ten people were injured after a sudden explosion on Mount Etna</a>, Italy, on Thursday, March 16. A group of tourists and scientists were visiting Europe’s largest and most active volcano when the eruption happened. Etna experienced an <a href="http://www.lasicilia.it/news/catania/69253/etna-nuova-fase-eruttiva-sul-vulcano-con-colata-sommitale.html" target="_blank">increase of volcanic activity</a> in its southeast crater on Thursday, two weeks after its most recent eruption. Among the injured were a journalist from the <span class="caps">BBC</span> and a vulcanologist, according to <a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/mount-etna-eruption-injured-bbc-crew-tourists-explosion-sicily-a7633286.html" target="_blank">reports</a>.

Hammerhead Shark Hunts a School of Blacktip Sharks in Florida2m07s

Hammerhead Shark Hunts a School of Blacktip Sharks in Florida

A Hammerhead shark can be seen hunting a large school of Blacktip sharks on March 10. As a drone passes overhead, the Blacktips scatter as the large Hammerhead attacks. Evan Parness and his two friends shot drone video of a large hammerhead shark hunting a large school of blacktip sharks just off John D. MacArthur Beach State Park in northern Palm Beach County, according to a report by “TCPalm”:http://www.tcpalm.com/story/sports/outdoors/fishing/2017/03/15/massive-hammerhead-shark-hunts-blacktip-sharks-drone-video/99235596/. The Hammerhead shark was between 15-18 feet long, according to Evan. Evan described the images as “Mother Nature at her finest!”

Fisherman Comes Dangerously Close to a Great White Shark in Maui6m31s

Fisherman Comes Dangerously Close to a Great White Shark in Maui

A fisherman kayaking in Maui came dangerously close to a great white shark on March 11. Leo Pagaduan was fishing off the Ukumehame firing range in West Maui when he heard a big splash from behind his kayak. He took a look and saw a great white shark coming straight at him. The shark came within two feet of the bottom of his kayak. Pagaduan called a friend on a radio, but his friend didn’t believe his shark story; meanwhile, the shark circled around him for over an hour before leaving. Great white sharks can be seen in Hawaii during winter and spring, and usually swim in deeper water and far from shore, according to a report by <a href="http://www.kitv.com/story/34851001/maui-fishermans-close-encounter-with-a-great-white-shark" target="_blank"><span class="caps">KITV</span></a>.

Bioluminescence Shines a Dazzling Blue in Tasmanian Water59s

Bioluminescence Shines a Dazzling Blue in Tasmanian Water

Crowds gathered at a beach near George Town in Tasmania to witness the glow of bioluminescence at a beach, running their hands and feet through the bright blue water. In footage captured on Tuesday, March 14, the glowing water gave the stunning impression of an alien landscape against the dark backdrop of the sleepy town. According to The Australian, the phenomenon is actually created by <a href="http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/tasmania-glows-in-the-dark-but-bioluminescence-has-a-sinister-side/news-story/3066a1904efcd8c6b6e7bd29da1d2af3" target="_blank">a living organism called Noctiluca scintillans</a> as it feeds on plankton. The illumination was also <a href="http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-15/bioluminescence-event-lights-up-northern-tasmanian-beach/8355912" target="_blank">witnessed at Preservation Bay</a>, further west along Tasmania’s north shore. According to the <span class="caps">ABC</span>, it is commonly called “sea sparkle.”

Timelapse Footage Captures Byron Bay Skies From Dusk to Dawn28s

Timelapse Footage Captures Byron Bay Skies From Dusk to Dawn

Clear skies over a pristine harbour at Byron Bay were the perfect setting for timelapse footage recorded from the moment the sun set to dawn on the following day. Photographer Mark Gee recorded the passing of stars and clouds near the town’s iconic lighthouse on December 29, 2016.