Owls are known as quiet predator of the night, capable of flying just inches from their prey without being detected. The quietness of their flight is owed to their specialized feathers, several scientist studied how they do it using delicate sound equipment the team try to find out how an owl can fly so silently compared to other birds. You must watch this and thank you for sharing.
The Picathartes have lived in the Congo for 44 million years. When these birds mate, they mate for life therefore they have to make a good team. This is another surprising story, thanks to BBC. Footage was taken from Africa.
A lone Grevy's Zebra can go for three days without drinking in this dry land and he's been waiting months for female visitors to his territory… This is impressive to watch. Footage was taken in Africa. Thanks also for sharing. Credit to BBC.
This is the New Footage of the worlds uncontacted tribes in Brazilian forest.
Brazil is thought to be home to around 70 different isolated tribes. Jose Carlos Meirelles works for FUNAI, a government agency that protects Brazil's native people. Because of the threat posed by illegal logging and mining, he thinks that the fight to protect these people depends on proving and publicising their existence. This aerial footage was shot from 1km away using a stabilised zoom lens. Thanks for watching.
The people of Kangiqsujuaq in Canada are venturing under the sea ice during the extreme low tides of the spring equinox to gather mussels.
It's a race against time. They only have less than half an hour to search these temporary caverns before the tide rushes back in. A look-out keeps watch for the returning tide, but warning shouts can't be too loud in case the echoes bring down the ice. This is really an amazing story. Credit to BBC.
After being detached from his group during a storm, Bigbird the pelican was taken in by the staff at a safari camp. Jeffrey, the camp manager, took Bigbird out each morning to fish and developed an unlikely companionship. Thanks for watching.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" is best-known for its immense viral video successes with 2.5 billion views on YouTube alone. Some of Kimmel's most popular comedy bits include - Mean Tweets, Lie Witness News, Jimmy's Twerk Fail Prank, Unnecessary Censorship, YouTube Challenge, The Baby Bachelor, Movie: The Movie, Handsome Men's Club, Jimmy Kimmel Lie Detective and music videos like "I (Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" and a Blurred Lines parody with Robin Thicke, Pharrell, Jimmy and his security guard Guillermo. This time his guest is Jessica Chastain.
Last year 2015, a destructive 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal killed 8,000 people and injured 21,000 more. Entire communities literally collapsed—and the free flight pilots of the Cloudbase Foundation, already working in Nepal, realized they were in a unique position to help. They loaded up their vehicles and headed directly to the epicenter in the Gorkha region. Watch the entire footage here.
What´s it like flying down a mountain at 250 km/h? Espen Fadnes - The World's Fastest Flying Human Being and Project Managers Goovinn teamed up to communicate the experience of flying. "SENSE OF FLYING" came out of the collaboration.
Film by: Stavfel Produktion, Goovinn, Espen Fadnes
Idea: Espen Fadnes/Paul Göransson/Lars Idmyr
Wingsuiting: Espen Fadnes
Cameras: Carl Johan Engberg, Paul Göransson, Espen Fadnes, Lars Idmyr, Kjersti Eide
Car driver + helping hand: Even Flo
HOPELESS Jeffrey Ortega wants his size 16 foot removed after it swelled due to a genetic condition. Both of the 26-year-old’s feet are double the normal size and he lives in constant pain.
Jeffrey was born with Proteus Syndrome, a rare condition that causes bones, skin and tissue overgrowth, and affects just a handful of people worldwide. Proteus stricken his hands, hips, and legs - and he believes amputation of his left foot will improve his pain and stop the growth. Credit to Barcroft TV. Thanks for watching.
They explore Japan with GoPro athletes John Jackson and Chris Benchetler as they seek to find a moment of flawlessness in the snow. Follow the journey from the bustling city of Tokyo, to the rural beauty in Hakuba, and finally to the wintery north island of Hokkaido as they find infinite fields of untracked powder.
Lavaux is the largest contiguous vineyard region in Switzerland covering 800 hectares, and its audaciously constructed hillside terraces have been protected by UNESCO since 2007.
The medieval St. Saphorin with its narrow alleys and characteristic winegrowers' houses from the 16th to 19th centuries is worth a visit. The town's original church steeple still adorns many wine labels today.Those who want to experience the scenery with all the senses should also taste it. And after a glass of Chasselas the dynamic uphills and downhills of the trail to Lutry are twice as much fun. On some days of the week the "Lavaux Express" is ready to comfortably transport tired hikers through the World Heritage Region, as is the "Lavaux-Panoramic" train, which takes hikers through the same region. Thanks for watching and sharing.
Barcelona Spain in Aerial footage. You will see in this footage the Sagrada Familia cathedral which was designed by Antoni Gaudi. The Octagonal city blocks were designed to allow loghrt and space on the street corners. Thanks for watching.
Wow the Russian Space Agency has released this awesome video of the very brave Cosmonauts. Gennady Padalka and Mikhail Kornienko are busy at work outside the International Space Station. They both spent five and a half hours in very challenging zero-gravity vacuum. Hats off to these guys. Thanks for watching.
This is truly impressive, 7 Planes, 164 jumpers in a 175 mph. This is world record!.
Professional and amateurs gather together to perform this historic jump to the skies of Chicago.
The 164 people hand in hand in a group formation during total free fall. Watch this baby!
Thanks to the copyright owner.
Tianmen Cave is on the precipices and is over 1260 meters elevation, the height of the cave is 131.5 meters and the width is about 50 meters, the unusual grotto is grand and magnificent. The cave is like the door to heaven; it looks like the junction of common world and the place where god lives. Guest may need to walk up 999 steps to reach the cave, it will be tried but lucky, because '9' is the biggest number in Chinese culture and 999 means an eternal/forever life. The highlight of Tianmen Cave is the mystic views of fog and cloud. Watching the changing of clouds and fogs, the feeling is like travelling in a place with profound questions asked by the god.
Now Jeb Corliss fulfils his quest to make history. The first person to fly through Heaven's Gate in Tianmen Mountain, China. Thanks for watching.
Wow Spiders Take Over a Town in Australia.
Wagga Wagga is a beautiful and relaxed inland town in Australia.
During recent geological phenomenon like floods, besides people, spiders had to find a way to cope with rising waters. And they moved to higher ground covering the area with massive webs. When the web falls on the ground they look like snow. This phenomenon is called ballooning in which spiders float in the sky until they land where the winds take them. Thanks for watching.
This is the Sacred water of Lake Antogo. Every year the Dogon People of Mali can fish in this sacred water. What you see in the footage are the real fisherman. Lake is usually emptied in minutes. Thanks to BBC One.
Palawan is home to the notable Underground River, bested 19 other world famous islands, including Bora Bora and Mooreal in French Polynesia, which are best known for being the worlds top-quality spot for snorkelling due to its crystal blue water. Palawan is one of the longest Underground River in the world travelling around five miles through subterranean cave system. Rock formation is well visualise in every directions. It’s more fun in the Philippines. Thanks for watching and sharing.
Can we all accept that goats are pretty awesome? Who needs dogs when, clearly, goats are meant to be man’s best friend. They’re loveable, adorable, oh-so-cute and pretty smart. They are really Greatest Of All Time, Please check this footage. Thanks for sharing.
This is another interesting story which is highly recommended to watch. This man isolated himself in the caves for 25 years. When they discovered what he was doing everyone was astonished. He was doing a brilliant work of art. He didn’t have any background in architectural design, engineering studies and no formal schooling in sculpture, but he surely knows how to make breath-taking carvings in the mountains. He was just using scrapers, shovels and pick axes when he carved the walls on the caves. He has absolutely loads of patience to turn this magnificent work of art into a mind blowing design. Thanks for sharing this footage. Credit to the owner of this amazing footage.
Please observe this adorable footage of captivating creature. We thought that Iguanas can only be found in land, as you can see in this footage it looks like frightening to see, with its long tail, spikes on back and claws, i am sure you will get scared and get out of the water immediately. But this footage is very inspiring, this iguana is so lovely to see. Thanks for watching.
It is believed that dogs are man’s best friend, but have you seen a bizarre creature developed a friendship with a scuba diving man from Japan? This video will astonished you, check this out. Hiroyuki Arakawa the owner of local scuba diving in Japan,Tate Yama Bay have developed a very intimate friendship with unusual creature name Yoriko or known also as sheepshead wrasse. The creature was visibly affectionate towards Arakawa as it never left his friend’s side whenever he visited. They are friends for more than 20 years now. This is a very surprising story and thanks for sharing and watching.
Watch these fearless Brazilians paddled within the Super Red-hot Lava pouring down from Kilauea Volcano on Island of Hawaii. They also decided to get out and explore the coastline on foor setting fire to the paddle. They are part of kayak expedition to explore some of Hawaii’s lesser known kayaking routes. Thanks to Barcroft Media Website.
The very rare Phenomena 'nacreous clouds' illuminate the sky like something from a science-fiction movie. Residents of Ambleside, Cumbria, were surprised to see an impressive array of colours when they looked skyward yesterday. This was shot by photographer Ashley Cooper, the clouds have been see-able in various parts of the UK over the last few days - with many Brits mistaking them for the aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. However, the amazing light display was actually caused by a natural phenomenon known as cloud opalescence, which happens when tiny ice crystals or water droplets in the air cause the light from the sun to be scattered.
A team of heroic vets in Kenya saved the ailing elephant who had been shot with a poachers poisoned arrow. Kenya Wildlife Services treated the bull quickly. The deadly arrow was removed immediately and treated the elephant a made a full recovery. Rob Brandford, the Director of Wild Life Trust confirmed that the elephant would have died if it wasn’t with the efforts of the awesome emergency team.
An extra ordinary diver, Michael Dornellas, 32 puts his hands next to the mouth of a dark-skinned shark to remove a hook - after first hypnotizing the predator.
The footage was in Jupiter, Florida, shows experienced diver, coming to the aid of the shark. Using a technique called tonic immobility, he puts the 10ft shark under a type of hypnosis - allowing him to remove the hook from its mouth. This is brilliant job.
The thought of flies, roaches, bats, worms, or jellyfish often evoke in us unpleasant or disgusting feelings... Yet, these animals possess extraordinary characteristics that deserve a closer look at what they represent and what they have done for science.
A 47 year old Shaun Ellis is the man who devoted his life living with a pack of wolves. He rarely washed and often slept in a muddy and stinky place. This time he’s married to Isla and both living with these animals. Isla is now being taught by her husband Shaun to live and like a wolf. Thanks for watching.
Grey-headed man Mark Dumas, 60, He is the only man in the world that can swim with a polar bear, this is truly amazing. With his unbelievably friendly bond Grey-haired Man Mark wrestles on the grass with Agee(polar bear name), kisses her, puts his head in the polar bear's huge jaws, and even bear embraces her as she rears up on her hind legs to over seven feet. Mark owns agee when she was six weeks old and the now colossal bear lived in their home as a cub where she played with the family dogs and was bottle fed. Thanks for watching. Credit to the owner.
Last November 2015, The Uribe 121, a former Mexican Navy Battleship was sunk off the coast of Mexico to create artificial reef in Baja California.
Natural reefs are being damaged by overfishing, pollution and present day erosion of the ocean floor. Artificial reef like this ship helps to create eco system. Credit to the people supporting our environment to create this impressive artificial reef.