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Tow truck driver narrowly avoids being hit by out-of-control vehicle28s

Tow truck driver narrowly avoids being hit by out-of-control vehicle

A driver traveling on a Michigan freeway quickly found out how important it is to watch your speed during the icy winter months. Watch as the out-of-control vehicle crashed straight towards a tow truck operator as he worked on a lifting another car onto his bed. Luckily, no major injuries were reported following the incident. Credit to 'Michigan State Police'.

POV Footage Shows Firefighter Catching Child From Burning Building1m13s

POV Footage Shows Firefighter Catching Child From Burning Building

There can be no shred of doubt that you have to be incredibly courageous to be able to work as a firefighter. Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it; these men and women know what is at stake every time they go to a burning building and they still decide to put their lives at risk to save others. But if there are still people out there that still believe firefighting is one of the safest professions today, just show them this video. After watching it, no one will able to convince you out of the fact that firefighters are, in fact, heroes. The footage was released from Dekalb County Fire Department on Monday, January 15, showing a department building caught ablaze. Firefighters are running up and down the street, rushing to rescue everyone in the building before dousing it with water. The whole thing looks like a clip from a biopic; the point-of-view, the clarity of the footage, the severity of the flames, it all looks so surreal. The thing looks like it might just be CGI, for all we know. But then, something happens right before the viewers’ eyes, that will make you snap out into reality. As the firefighters were busy tending to the blazing tongues, tenants from the third floor are climbing down the firefighters’ ladder propped on their balcony. A father is climbing down one of the ladders, with his daughter in his arms. The firefighters are waiting below just in case something happens. And it does happen - the father tosses the 5-year-old daughter down into the arms of the strong hero, waiting on the ground. The firefighter, later identified as Captain Scott Stroup, runs away from the burning building, with the screaming child in his arms, to the EMTs waiting to accept the victims of the fire. To Captain Stroup and to all the firefighters involved, hats off. Credit to 'Dekalb County Fire Rescue Department / Local 1492'.

This Clip Of Spider Egg Sack Being Opened Made Us Queasy29s

This Clip Of Spider Egg Sack Being Opened Made Us Queasy

Attention, all you haters of everything that crawls. If you hold your life dear, then you better not watch this clip posted by the Australian Reptile Park on the Facebook page! Yikes! In all honesty, the Australian-based rescue habitat admitted that this image is the stuff of nightmares, but that they also love their new find. They posted the video of a funnel spider egg sack being cut open to show how the babies are born. What is disconcerting about the whole this is the overly haunting music they playfully added in the background during the funnel spider birth. Try singing the itsy, bitsy spider song now, we dare yah! To add fuel to the flame, with the video being viewed over 750,000 times, there seems to be some serious masochists out there. Or some ferocious arachnophiles. To each their own. The reactions from Facebook people are everything! They range from stuff like “My 4yr old though this was the BEST thing he has ever seen!!! and let’s face it, that’s pretty cool to watch!!” from one Elizabeth Hemmings, to “I like spiders and that freaks me out…” from Jenine Bunt McDermott. Of course, there are those who would rather burn them all before they, too, lay eggs, but they are too much to count. The Australian Reptile Park hosts a multitude of drop-off points where people who are brave enough can safely capture one and take it to them. There, the park is able to carefully extract venom from the funnel spider, which they then use to produce antivenom in case of an incident. Credit to 'Australian Reptile Park'.

Little Chimp Likes Hanging Out With Big, Brown Dog1m00s

Little Chimp Likes Hanging Out With Big, Brown Dog

Monkeys have been known to get pets of their own, even if it were a rock (apparently, monkeys also know how hard it is to keep a pet). But to see a chimpanzee hug and play with a big, brown dog, now that is something! Limbani the chimp and Bruno the Bull Mastiff seem to have a really deep bond between the two! Look at how they love hanging out together! The Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami, which also happens to the home of the adorable duo, say that they have become inseparable. Limbani is one cheeky little fella, loves to climb on door frames and ride his trike, but calm old Bruno is right there to bring some chill in Limbani’s life. The duo loves both cuddling on the sofa and monkeying around outside. What a combination! Seeing different species have nothing less that love and respect for each other is always amazing to see! By the way, have we told you about Tommy and his adorable little buddies? Tommy is one curious Capuchin monkey and when we saw him meeting a litter of newborn puppies for the first time, we melted through and through! Just check out how he caresses the puppies and scratches them behind the ears, while giving them gentle kisses. Just like a tiny, hairy human, Tommy the Capuchin goes gaga for those tiny pups. Credit to 'Zoological Wildlife Foundation'. Raising awareness for wildlife conservation since 1979. Home of many unique and rare species born in captivity.

St. Louis Zoo Welcomes Their Biggest Litter Of Cheetah Cubs1m54s

St. Louis Zoo Welcomes Their Biggest Litter Of Cheetah Cubs

A cheetah mom just earned the right to her name, when she gave birth to a record number of cubs in a ZOO. Her name is Bingwa, which in Swahili means “champion”. The 4-year-old resident of the Saint Louis ZOO has given birth to the record breaking litter three weeks ago. In over 430 litters documented by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, this is the first where a cheetah has given birth to and reared eight cubs of her own at a ZOO. To put into perspective, the average litter size is three to four kittens. The ZOO says Bingwa is just the perfect mom to her five girls and three boys. The ZOO’s curator of mammals and carnivores, Steve Bircher, said: “She has quickly become adept at caring for her very large litter of cubs — grooming, nursing and caring for them attentively.” The mom is on loan from Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon, while the happy dad Jason, age nine, was on loan from White Oak Conservation in Yulee, Florida. This all might be cute and all, but Bingwa’s accomplishment is actually a far more important one. What is known as Earth’s fastest animal is on its race towards extinction. The estimation puts the number of cheetahs at only 7,100 in the wild. The latest census suggests that these big cats might decline by additional 53 percent in the next 15 years. Credit to 'stlzootube'.

Dramatic Drone Footage Of Majestic Icelandic Landscapes7m24s

Dramatic Drone Footage Of Majestic Icelandic Landscapes

Mýrdalsjökull, Icelandic for "the mire dale glacier" or "the mire valley glacier" is an ice cap in the south of Iceland. It is to the north of Vík í Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller ice cap Eyjafjallajökull. Between these two glaciers is Fimmvörðuháls pass. Its peak reaches 4,898 ft in height and in 1980 it covered an area of 230 sq mi. The icecap of the glacier covers an active volcano called Katla. The caldera of the volcano has a diameter of 6 mi and the volcano erupts usually every 40–80 years. The last eruption took place in 1918. Scientists are actively monitoring the volcano, particularly after the eruption of nearby Eyjafjallajökull began in April 2010. Since the year 930, 16 eruptions have been documented. Before the Hringvegur (the main ring road round the island) was built, people feared traversing the plains in front of the volcano because of the frequent glacial floods and the deep rivers to be crossed, although the road is still vulnerable to major events. Especially dangerous was the glacial flood after the eruption of 1918 when the coastline was extended by 3.1 mi by flood deposits. Footage shows the amazing Icelandic nature from the mountains, the sea, the black sands, the waterfalls and the lava fields that can easily take you to wonderland. This video is proof that Iceland looks great from the ground but even better from the air. This drone footage created a truly striking montage of Icelandic nature which demonstrates that while Iceland looks beautiful from the ground its true majesty is revealed when we see it in context. While there is simply too much to see in the video, most locations seem to be shot in Southern Iceland, south of Mýrdalsjökull glacier and in the Vatnajökull glacier national park. The moral of the story seems to be pretty simple, come visit Iceland because there is a lot to see here! The untouched nature is absolutely breathtaking! Exploring Mýrdalsjökull and the volcano Katla, traveling the highlands, canyons and glaciers will take you to wonderland! Don’t waste anymore time and book your trip to Iceland today! Credit: Olafur Mar Bjornsson

50 Rescued From Casino Boat Fire in Florida1m12s

50 Rescued From Casino Boat Fire in Florida

Florida authorities say a casino venture's shuttle boat caught fire and all 50 passengers safely made it to the nearby shore after a rescue operation in the Tampa Bay area. (Jan. 14) Credit: Facebook/New Port Richey Police Department

Responsible Older Brother Breaks Up A Playful Puppy Fight 53s

Responsible Older Brother Breaks Up A Playful Puppy Fight

It looks like these two playful pooches are getting a little out of hand! There is way too much barking going on back and fourth! Even though they have no bad intentions, their older brother comes to the rescue to separate them and teach them a lesson about love and respect. What a good dog! He is the perfect clever pooch, and is so good at calming every one down. He preciously scolds and calms down both puppies. We can all learn a thing or two from this responsible dog! Watch as this little guy breaks up a fight on the living room couch, then scolds those involved. He isn't going to let them get away with anything! They need to learn how to be nice to one another! After their older brother talked to them, these puppies learned a valuable lesson. The pooch got his peaceful afternoon and we definitely got an instant mood booster after watching this adorable situation occur. It doesn't hurt that these dogs are absolutely the cutest as well! This is too funny! No one is going to mess with this dog anytime soon, especially after seeing how fast these playful pooches stopped barking, hilarious! Check out this awesome video of this responsible dog breaking up a puppy fight!

Kind Officer Reminds Driver They Forgot Coffee On Car Roof1m08s

Kind Officer Reminds Driver They Forgot Coffee On Car Roof

What would you do for your morning dose of a good ol’ cup of joe? One might they they would run people over for it. Memes across the world wide web tell of stories where people would much rather sew your mouth shut until they have had their first coffee in the morning. It is like the petrol of humans - we can’t function without the black gold in a cup. It would seem that one driver in De Forest, Wisconsin was so out of sorts on January 4, that after putting their cup on the roof of their car, probably to open the driver’s side, they completely forgot about their morning dose! Luckily, one kind police officer was right there to save the driver’s day! The De Forest Police department posted this video on their YouTube channel of Chief Dan Furseth watching traffic as parents dropped their kids off at school. It is when he noticed a minivan traveling on the opposite side of the crosswords, with something peculiar on top. The footage shows Chief Furseth following the vehicle, asking it to pull over, then walking out of his car and offering the driver his own cup of forgotten coffee. What we all hope and pray for is that the coffee didn’t turn to ice cream in the freezing De Forest morning. Let’s just hope it stayed at least at body temperature. No one wants to start the year with frozen coffee. Credit: DeForestPolice

Crafty Otter Makes DIY Sprinkler For His Private Pool Party 16s

Crafty Otter Makes DIY Sprinkler For His Private Pool Party

An adorable video has emerged showing the priceless moment captured at the Wellington Zoo featuring one playful otter going against a water pipe. This extremely cute otter loves water and hosts the best pool parties in the zoo. Watch as this clever little otter uses his own face to make a sprinkler for his private pool party by sticking its face into a water pipe. If you need a DIY sprinkler be sure to visit the Wellington Zoo and take a leaf out of this otter’s book. Who knew that otters can use their adorable little furry faces to make functional sprinklers. Footage shows the clever little small-clawed otter mastering the technique of making his own DIY sprinkler and enjoys his alone time, going under the shower. Check out this helpful video as otter shows you how to make a home sprinkler system from a pipe pouring into his Wellington Zoo waterhole. This sneaky little otter sure knows how to have fun! Video, filmed on January 2, shows the amazing moment when this male otter goes against the water pipe and uses his little nose to spray the water everywhere like a gleeful toddler. Maybe he just wants to stop the water from running, or is he trying to take shower? This zoo otter sure knows how to pool party. However, it seems like other otters don’t enjoy this DIY sprinkler as they immediately retreat the moment host otter starts showing them with water. Poor guy, he will have to enjoy his pool party all alone! Credit to 'Wellington Zoo'.

Adorable Penguin Can't Hold Back Joy40s

Adorable Penguin Can't Hold Back Joy

An adorable video has emerged from the Edinburgh Zoo featuring an excited penguin flapping his happy feet around the enclosure. This is one ecstatic penguin that cannot hold back the joy! Watch as this happy penguin gets overly excited and starts jumping for joy and entertaining the visitors with his adorable dance routine, flapping wings and moving them happy feet! Footage shows the hilarious moment when a penguin starts hopping his happy feet around its enclosure and nearly bashes into the rest of the group. This clip, shot at the Edinburgh Zoo, shows the bouncy bird flapping around, weaving in and out of the other penguins as it goes from one end of the pen to the other. What a joyous soul! His fellow penguins get annoyed with him as he almost thumps right into them during his crazy dance routine. Look at this bouncy bird go, flapping its wings and moving them happy feet around the zoo. He got caught up in the moment that he almost brushed into his fellow penguins that were clearly in his way. Watch how happy this guy is, weaving in and out of his comrades, flaunting his dance routine! While most of the penguins in the group seemed to be having a relaxed time the apparent Happy Feet star was determined to put on a display. He is definitely at the centre of attention, hopping around cheerfully and having a great time! Credit to 'Edinburgh Zoo'.

Deputies Save Horse Stuck In Pond After Falling Through The Ice42s

Deputies Save Horse Stuck In Pond After Falling Through The Ice

Thanks to one group of very resourceful first responders out from Elbert County, Colorado, a silly old horse is getting his five minutes of fame. If only it were for the right reasons. Seamus the Clydesdale horse fell through the ice at a nearby frozen pond and became stuck in the cold water. It took about 40 minutes for deputies from the Elbert County Sheriff’s Dept. and firefighters from Elizabeth Fire Rescue to pull horse to dry ground. Seamus’s owner, Tracy Corwin-Beckman said that an equine veterinarian named Dale Rice was on had during the rescue and stayed with her horse until the regular vet arrived. “We are so lucky and thankful for the first responders. Without them he would have never made it out,” Tracy said. The clumsy horse struggled to gain his footing after setting his hooves on dry ground, but showed no sign of physical injury. After a restful night in a warm barn, Tracy says that her pal bounced right back. The following day the sheriff’s deputies received a batch of homemade chocolate-chip cookies — along with a thank-you note: “Thanks for pulling my gigantic behind out of the pond – Love Seamus.” Another batch of freshly baked cookies would also be delivered to the fire station, courtesy of Tracy. “It’s the least I can do,” she said. “They saved Seamus’ life.” Credit: Facebook/Elbert County Sheriff