Daredevil Hangs Upside Down From Crane videoelephant 2018-02-230 views Khalid Tenni lives life to the extreme. The 23-year-old stunt perform uses the city around as his own person playground.In this clip, Khalid and his brother climb a crane in Rabat, Morocco and hang from the top. The stunt is not for the faint of heart. In this video, Khalid is seen even dangling from one leg atop the machine. Thankfully his brother was spotting him. Credit: Khalid Tenni via Storyful
Pensioner Drives SUV Down Into Subway, Gets Stuck videoelephant 2018-02-230 views A Russian pensioner named Gennadii Valyaev drove his SsangYong Actyon SUV off the streets of Saint Petersburg and down into one of the city’s metro entrances on Wednesday, apparently just to "see if it would fit." A smiling Valyaev cranked up his music to make the most of the acoustics in the underpass while commuters snapped photos of the ridiculous situation. Emergency workers have removed the offending vehicle and the Petersburg Prosecutor’s Office has launched an investigation.
Unsuspecting owl knocked off perch by collision with another owl videoelephant 2018-02-220 views By Charlotte Regen This unsuspecting owl was knocked off its perch by a collision with another feathered missile. While Bob Riach and Jo Bird waited to photograph wildlife near Borne, Lincolnshire, a stunning tawny owl landed on a branch in front of them. Less than a second after placing its talons down, the bird is […]
Bizarre footage shows helper vacuuming pavement in front of Ice-T’s wife videoelephant 2018-02-220 views By Kirstie Sutheran Bizarre footage shows a helper vacuuming the pavement in front of rapper Ice-T’s wife and daughter. While walking down West Broadway in New York, USA, on November 4, Stuart Nasar spotted Coco Austin dressed in a floral tracksuit alongside him. Before the former glamour model could took any steps forward, an aide […]
Well some farmers in Kenya aren't too fond of the giant creatures because they keep destroying their crops!
That is why wildlife officials there have begun a relocation operation for some 30 elephants, tranquilising them and transporting them to a National Park.
They fitted monitoring collars on the animals before using cranes to swing them, inverted with bound feet onto flatbed trucks.
Kenya has several thousand elephants, who face threats such as ivory poachers and habitat loss, but they often raid crops and farms as they migrate between parks, angering villagers who rely on the produce to feed their families.
The Kenya Wildlife Service, which moved the animals from Nyeri county, around 200 km north of Nairobi, to the Tsavo East National Park in a bid to avert such encounters, estimated the operation cost $6 million.
New York Subway Rats Have Tug-of-War Over French Fry videoelephant 2018-02-220 views Move over pizza rat – there’s a new show in town. New York City subway rider Seth Salcedo filmed these two rodents in a tug-of-war over what he told local news was a discarded french fry at the 14th Street M-train stop on Thursday, November 9. One rat prevails and attempts to flee with its prize, but the other rat chases after it, not yet willing to give up the fight. Credit: Seth Salcedo via ViralVids
Toddler allergic to water videoelephant 2018-02-220 views Ivy Angerman of Minnesota is full of energy and curiosity like any 18-month-old child. Her parents say she is a happy toddler except when it comes to bath time. Doctors recently diagnosed ivy with aquagenic urticaria, a rare allergy to water that cau
Spotted lanternfly poised to invade Maryland videoelephant 2018-02-220 views The spotted lanternfly is poised to invade Maryland for the first time this spring. The invader has harmed important crops including grapes, fruit trees, hop plants and hardwoods, and left gardens, decks and patio furniture covered in goo.
Rocks Flows Like River After Rain From Ex-Cyclone Gita Hits Rakaia Gorge videoelephant 2018-02-220 views New Zealand resident Donna Field captured video of Terrible Gully flowing with a stream of shingle rock at the Rakaia Gorge in Canterbury on February 20. The surge of water resulted after ex-Cyclone Gita made landfall on the South Island.The shingle rock flow has cut off eight farms from Rakaia in Canterbury, according to reports. The surge also caused road closures in the area.Field told Storyful she and her son, Joe, got in their car to check on the road closure when they came across the blockage of fast-moving rock.Field stated the noise was so loud she and her son “had to shout to each other to be heard.” Credit: Donna Field via Storyful