Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Graphic warning: Truck driver caught on video in most horrific crash you'll ever see, walks FREE from jail - but why?

Thursday, October 26, 2017

A 204 kilogrammes seal has been removed from an airport runway in northern Alaska.

In Alaska, it's not uncommon for wildlife like polar bears to wander onto an airport's runway, but a lounging seal is far more unusual.
But that's what workers found at the airport on Monday (local time) in the nation's northernmost city - Utqiagvik.
A photo and video of the bearded seal lounging on the runway in the town formerly known as Barrow was shared by Scott Babcock on Facebook.
The state Department of Transportation got in on the fun by warning pilots of "low sealings" at the airport.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Raw video: A few specks, then ...KABOOM! Monster explosions as Ukraine ammunition depot goes off with a blast 

Cowabunga, surf’s up dogs!
Dozens of dogs have hit the waves over the weekend at the annual Surf City Surf Dog competition in California.
The event, which is in its ninth year, brought 40 dogs and their owners from across Southern California to catch waves and raise money for charity.
Dogs clad in everything from fun sunglasses to cool collars rode one- to 3-foot waves.
Sugar the surfing dog, a native of Huntington Beach, beat more than 40 other canine competitors.
Sugar is a rescue dog whose owner, Ryan Rustan, adopted her after the pup’s hard life on the streets of Oakland.
Sugar has never placed lower than second in any competition she’s entered and has 15 trophies.

A pair of rare white giraffes have been spotted in Kenya, to the delight of local residents and conservationists.
The reticulated giraffes, a mother and child, suffer from a genetic condition called leucism, which inhibits pigmentation in skin cells. Unlike albinism, animals with leucism continue to produce dark pigment in their soft tissue, which explains the white giraffes’ dark eyes and other colouring. 
They are in an area that is managed by the Hirola Conservation Programme (HCP).
According to the HCP, this most recent footage is only the third known sighting of a white giraffe.
A white giraffe in the same Ishaqbini conservancy was reported in March 2016, while in Tanzania, a Masai giraffe calf called Omo was observed in Tarangire national park in January 2016.
Reticulated giraffes are listed as “vulnerable” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, with an estimated 8,500 individuals in the wild. They live in Somalia, southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya.