This is a video from a trail cam in Colorado of a mountain lion playing with a log swing. Both the camera and swing were set up by local Thaddeus Wells with the hopes of recording some video of bear cubs swinging. No word if he’s managed to capture that
This is a video showing the movement of the Taipei 101’s tuned mass damper during the recent 6.9-magnitude earthquake that hit the country. The tuned mass damper is a massive 16-foot, 660-metric ton sphere suspended between the 88th and 92nd floors of the building that swings to counteract any movement
This is a video of a tornado crossing a lake in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, captured by man who’s clearly beat the odds and surpassed the average Florida Man life expectancy, which is shocking considering he’s the type to stand on his balcony and film a tornado coming at him.
Because, despite the world burning, fall allegedly nears, here are a couple videos of the autumnal happy face planted by Hampton Lumber near mile marker 26 on Oregon State Route 18 while reforesting the area for future harvesting in 30-50 years. The face, which is made up of larch trees
This is a video highlighting the life of Janus, the world’s oldest two-headed tortoise, who just celebrated 25 years on the planet. Janus is actually almost two whole tortoises in one, with all internal organs duplicated except the small and large intestines, bladder, and kidney. Damn, happy 25th birthday! Of
Because Mother Nature is as wild as they come, this is a video of 300+ fin whales gathering for a massive feeding frenzy (my favorite kind of frenzy) in the Drake Passage off the tip of the Antarctica Peninsula. This is the largest recorded gathering of fin whales, which can
This is a video of an African jacana father gathering his chicks to move away from a hungry crocodile by letting them climb up under his wings, giving himself the appearance of a mutant bird with a bunch of extra legs in the process. Those aren’t his legs though, those
This is a video of a Cheetah family trying to make off with Scottish wildlife videographer Gordon Buchanan’s jacket. Gordon had been following the South African Cheetah family on foot and documenting their lives for the past year, so it makes sense to me why they’d want something to remember