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  • 2.0 Earthquake-causing meteor Lit up the Skies of Michigan Last Night 00:10

    2.0 Earthquake-causing meteor Lit up the Skies of Michigan Last Night

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    Residents of southeast Michigan were left a bit shaken Tuesday night after a big bright flash lit up the sky and the ground beneath them shook.

    A flying saucer? No. A shooting star? Not quite.

    The National Weather Service eventually solved the mystery, tweeting "USGS confirms meteor occurred around 810 pm, causing a magnitude 2.0 earthquake."

    4 months
  • Giant Pacific Octopus Totally Engulfs Scuba Diver 03:15
  • Huge meteor lights up skies startling drivers before explosion leads to rock landing on house 00:31

    Huge meteor lights up skies startling drivers before explosion leads to rock landing on house

    This is the startling moment a bright meteor was seen sweeping across the night sky - causing a powerful explosion which rattled homes.

    The fireball hurtled past places such as Ohio, Michigan and Ontario - with one woman even claiming a piece of the rock fell on top of a house.

    The giant ball of flames was spotted around 8pm on Tuesday night - stunning motorists who had been driving along a road in pitch black.

    The United State Geological Survey registered a 2.0 magnitude tremor about four miles east of Saint Clair Shores in Eastern Michigan.

    And the National Weather Service confirmed it was not a meteorological event but more likely a meteor.

    4 months
  • Parts of Boston are literally stuck in place after rising tides flooded and froze in the streets 00:41

    Parts of Boston are literally stuck in place after rising tides flooded and froze in the streets

    Cars flooded on Pearl Avenue due to high tides in Revere, Ma

    4 months
  • Terrifying Californian flash flood sees homeowner chased down street before home is filled with mud 00:37

    Terrifying Californian flash flood sees homeowner chased down street before home is filled with mud

    A man was chased back into his house in terrifying footage as flash flooding hit his neighbourhood in California.

    Marco Farrell captured video of the moment the water arrived, that eventually filled his home with around three feet of mud.

    He says he was woken up by the heaviest rain he had ever heard.

    As he stood as his front door, Marco shouted at a driver to turn round as the water came chasing down his road.

    He can be heard shouting: "Oh my God, mum!" before rushing back towards his house and locking the door.

    4 months
  • CALI-TORNIA: Political Disarray, Wildfires, Economic Collapse, Now Mudslides, California is Tearing Apart, Literally! 00:41

    CALI-TORNIA: Political Disarray, Wildfires, Economic Collapse, Now Mudslides, California is Tearing Apart, Literally!

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    At least five people were killed and homes were swept from their foundations Tuesday as heavy rain sent mud and boulders sliding down hills stripped of vegetation by a gigantic wildfire that raged in Southern California last month.

    Rescue crews used helicopters to lift people to safety because of blocked roads, and firefighters slogged through waist-high mud to pull a muck-covered 14-year-old girl out of the ruins of a home in Montecito, northwest of Los Angeles, where she had been trapped for hours. She was taken away on a stretcher.

    Five bodies were found in and around Montecito, Santa Barbara County Fire Department Capt. Dave Zaniboni said.

    4 months
  • When the Cheetah Tries to Eat the Lamb 03:06

    When the Cheetah Tries to Eat the Lamb

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    It’s the duty of every cat in the kingdom to teach their young how to hunt.

    This video highlights how efficient and skilled the young quickly become.

    Predators also hunt along tar roads, as their victims might not always find it so easy to get a grip, making them slip and become vulnerable targets.

    4 months
  • Octopus changes colour in amazing light show as it tries to hide itself from predator 02:03

    Octopus changes colour in amazing light show as it tries to hide itself from predator

    When a scuba diver spotted this octopus he couldn't resist catching the changing colours of its body on camera.

    Trying to protect itself from any potential predators, the sea creature looks as if it is lighting up as it tried to blend in with its surroundings.

    And as it swims along the seabed the camera follows its every move capturing the incredible light show on film.

    Hector Seguin Jr filmed the octopus when he went diving at Ewa Pinnacles, O'ahu, Hawaii.

    4 months
  • It's So Cold That This Whole Ocean Is Frozen! 01:00

    It's So Cold That This Whole Ocean Is Frozen!

    Old Silver Beach - North Falmouth, MA | January 2018

    4 months
  • Drone footage: Mt. Etna’s biggest eruptions in 2017 00:47

    Drone footage: Mt. Etna’s biggest eruptions in 2017

    Spectacular drone footage of Mount Etna's volcanic activities during 2017 has emerged. The clip features a sequence of big explosions, lava fountains and ash emissions. Etna, located in Sicily, is Europe's tallest and most active volcano.

    4 months
  • Huge ice chunks shatter windscreens on world's longest bridge as weather brings traffic to a standstill 00:17

    Huge ice chunks shatter windscreens on world's longest bridge as weather brings traffic to a standstill

    Huge blocks of ice shatter car windscreens as they fall from the sky on the world's longest bridge.

    Traffic came to a standstill as terrified motorists tried to avoid the falling chunks of ice.

    Footage taken by drivers shows dozens of vehicles having stopped on the Erqi Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province, as they wait out the morning thaw.

    The video shows ice chunks plunging from hundreds of feet above as they thaw under the morning sun and then crash on to the road along the9,586-foot long, eight-lane motorway bridge.

    4 months
  • Papua New Guinea: Dormant Kadovar Island volcano erupts, prompting evacuations 00:35

    Papua New Guinea: Dormant Kadovar Island volcano erupts, prompting evacuations

    The Kadovar Island volcano spewed smoke and ash, Sunday, after awakening for the first time in centuries. More than 500 people were evacuated as a result. The volcano was thought to be dormant; the last-known eruption was recorded in the 17th century.

    4 months
  • Dense fog turns city into mysterious, post-apocalyptic winter wonderland after first snowfall of 2018 01:26

    Dense fog turns city into mysterious, post-apocalyptic winter wonderland after first snowfall of 2018

    This video looks like it has been shot in a mysterious, post apocalyptic wonderland.

    People in Heze City, in east China's Shandong province, woke up to a strange yet enchanting sight.

    Dense fog shrouded the area, turning it into an eerily beautiful fairy-tale wonderland.

    It bathed the town in a sea of gorgeous clouds, and created a fascinating vista.

    The smoky, grey clouds reached the top of sky scrapers and show how they were partially hidden by the thick fog.

    4 months
  • Damn, Nature: Komodo Dragon Eats A Whole Monkey! 01:02

    Damn, Nature: Komodo Dragon Eats A Whole Monkey!

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    4 months
  • A Street In Boston, Massachusetts Is Literally Frozen After A Flood! 00:41

    A Street In Boston, Massachusetts Is Literally Frozen After A Flood!

    While an unprecedented cold wave currently strikes the east coast of the United States, a street in Boston.

    4 months
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    "Worst Is yet to Come" 8 Huge Tremors in 48 Hours! Scientists Warned California's San Andreas Fault May Unleash the Big Quake

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    In the last 48 hours, the southwestern State in the US has been rocked by eight tremors, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).

    All but three of the tremors have come along the San Andreas fault – a deadly line which runs through California and is one of the most seismically active regions in the world.

    The strongest of the quakes came in Berkeley, near the east coast of California, which measured 4.4 on the Richter scale.

    Californian residents took to social media to share their experiences of the earthquakes, with many fearing that the worst is yet to come.

    5 months
  • Here's what a Massachusetts snowstorm looks like across the street from the ocean 00:48
  • Moment wolf moon is seen in clear view to bring in 2018 00:13

    Moment wolf moon is seen in clear view to bring in 2018

    Stargazers across the globe were treated to the rare appearance of a ‘wolf moon’ lighting up the skies last night.

    5 months
  • Niagara Falls Freezes After Wind Chill Factor Drops To -67°c Degrees 01:36

    Niagara Falls Freezes After Wind Chill Factor Drops To -67°c Degrees

    The Niagara Falls has FROZEN in parts amid the bitter cold snap sweeping much of the USA - where the wind chill factor has dropped as low as -89°F (a staggering -67°C).

    And with temperatures expected to drop even further, New Year's Eve revellers are preparing for the coldest celebrations imaginable.

    The torrid conditions are being blamed on a torrent of Arctic air that poured into many parts of the United States this week and tightened its grip on Friday.

    While it made for picturesque scenes in such places as Niagara Falls - the collection of three waterfalls which straddle the border between the USA in the state of New York and Canada in the province of Ontario - it brought record cold to some spots.

    The bitter temperatures have been blamed on several people dying and a myriad of road accidents - plus there are reports of dogs, turtles and even sharks freezing to death.

    5 months
  • -35° Temperatures at the International Falls Waterfall in MinnesotaFFREEZES COMPLETE 00:33

    -35° Temperatures at the International Falls Waterfall in MinnesotaFFREEZES COMPLETE

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    International Falls, Minnesota woke up to a temperature of -36F at 6 a.m. Wednesday morning breaking the previous record low for Dec. 27 of -32F set in 1924, according to the National Weather Service office in Duluth. That -36 is the actual temperature, not a wind chill!

    According to state records, the -36 morning in International Falls is only about halfway to the state record low temperature of -60 in Tower, Minnesota on Feb. 2, 1996. The all-time record low for International Falls is -55F, set in January 1909.

    5 months
  • 'Headless chicken monster' sea creature caught on camera 01:40

    'Headless chicken monster' sea creature caught on camera

    Highlights from the NOAA's Gulf of Mexico dive shows the 'headless chicken monster' capture on camera.

    5 months
  • After RECORD Breaking Snowfall, Michigan Man Hitches a Ride on the Back of an Amish Buggy 00:10

    After RECORD Breaking Snowfall, Michigan Man Hitches a Ride on the Back of an Amish Buggy

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    It's not everyday you see over 30 inches of snow dropped in a single day, however, this is what Michigan residents are currently dealing with in the best way possible.... by hitching rides by those who don't need modern tech to get around, the Amish!

    5 months
  • Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts 01:42

    Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupts

    The Indonesian National Disaster Mitigation Agency said cloud of ash was thrown 4.6km into the air. Locals were advised to stay outside of the 3km exclusion zone around the volcano

    5 months
  • Ecuador's 'Troublemaker' volcano sends lava flying in fiery explosion 01:39

    Ecuador's 'Troublemaker' volcano sends lava flying in fiery explosion

    British volcano photographer Dr. Richard Roscoe documented the spectacular eruption of a little-known active stratovolcano in the Amazonian Andes of Ecuador known as 'Reventador' in early December. Reventador is Spanish for 'troublemaker'.

    5 months
  • Backpackers camp under erupting volcano as it spews lava into the sky in spectacular fashion 00:29

    Backpackers camp under erupting volcano as it spews lava into the sky in spectacular fashion

    Brave backpackers opted for a once-in-a-lifetime experience - by camping under an erupting volcano .

    Footage from last month shows the moment they witnessed Guatemala's Volcan del Fuego erupt in spectacular fashion, spewing bright orange lava into the sky.

    Hugo Todd, 26, his girlfriend Freya Wheatley, 27, hiked up another volcano before del Fuego rumbled into life at dawn and started hurling out plumes of ash.

    And stunning images show the sun rising over the mist-shrouded landscape as the 3,800m-tall crater continued to shoot out thick clouds of ash.

    5 months
  • Aerial footage: Village buried under deadly landslide in Chile 01:14

    Aerial footage: Village buried under deadly landslide in Chile

    Two local women and a male tourist have died after a mudslide hit the small southern Chilean town of Villa Santa Lucia, located near the Corcovado National Park, renowned for its volcanoes, on Saturday. Three people were injured in the incident and airlifted to a hospital.

    The death toll, however, may rise, as 15 people remain unaccounted for as rescue efforts continue. Some 20 homes, a school and a polling station were affected by the landslide, forcing the authorities to cancel Sunday’s upcoming presidential vote at the polling station.

    Authorities have set up a shelter for those left homeless in a town with some 300 inhabitants. Power outages and fires have also been reported.

    5 months
  • Dangerous Landslide Causes A House To Shift From Its Position 00:32

    Dangerous Landslide Causes A House To Shift From Its Position

    Landslides are one of the most dangerous disaster occurrences. See how this landslide caused a house to move from its original position, and closer to the road.

    5 months
  • Tornado Turns Warehouse To Rubble In A Matter Of Seconds 00:52

    Tornado Turns Warehouse To Rubble In A Matter Of Seconds

    A tornado struck Spartanburg SC on October 23rd 2017 with a devastating force.

    The tornado ripped through concrete and steel like it was wet paper, causing millions of dollars in damage in seconds.

    5 months
  • HIGHWAY TO HELL! LA Drivers Attempt to Leave the Wildfires As Hilltops Rage Directly Next to Them 00:44

    HIGHWAY TO HELL! LA Drivers Attempt to Leave the Wildfires As Hilltops Rage Directly Next to Them

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    Drivers on their way to work in Los Angeles were faced with terrifying scenes along a major freeway after the fifth California wildfire this week left the hillside next to their road ablaze.

    The inferno - named the Skirball Fire - has consumed more than 50 acres of land and threatens LA's exclusive Bel Air neighborhood, UCLA and the Getty Center for the arts alongside the I-405 freeway.

    The freeway is now shut down as 125 firefighters and several helicopters attempt to get the blaze under control - but early-morning commuters managed to capture this stunning footage.

    As they traveled gingerly passed the ferocious fire, their cars passed just feet away from the deadly - and ever-spreading - flames.

    Several people captured the surreal moment on video and shared them on social media.

    'Not the typical morning commute...' one driver tweeted dryly.

    6 months
  • Ventura County California Residents Stand Helplessly by As Wildfires Rage Directly Next to Their Homes 00:26

    Ventura County California Residents Stand Helplessly by As Wildfires Rage Directly Next to Their Homes

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    Drivers on their way to work in Los Angeles were faced with terrifying scenes along a major freeway after the fifth California wildfire this week left the hillside next to their road ablaze.

    The inferno - named the Skirball Fire - has consumed more than 50 acres of land and threatens LA's exclusive Bel Air neighborhood, UCLA and the Getty Center for the arts alongside the I-405 freeway.

    The freeway is now shut down as 125 firefighters and several helicopters attempt to get the blaze under control - but early-morning commuters managed to capture this stunning footage.

    As they traveled gingerly passed the ferocious fire, their cars passed just feet away from the deadly - and ever-spreading - flames.

    Several people captured the surreal moment on video and shared them on social media.

    'Not the typical morning commute...' one driver tweeted dryly.

    6 months
  • Nasa Films Solar Storm Activity In High Definition 01:19

    Nasa Films Solar Storm Activity In High Definition

    It is the stuff of Hollywood movies, space storms hurtling towards Earth with alarming speed.

    Weather in space is largely unpredictable, and in the case of the most severe storms and solar flares caused by activity on the Sun, these powerful torrents can cause potential devastation on Earth.

    Forecasters are only able to predict large space storms, which can cause huge power outages and disrupt our communications systems, just 19 hours ahead.

    In fact, experts would only know 15 minutes before if a destructive space weather storm was about to hit the Earth.

    Space weather is caused by the behaviour of the Sun and can occur in the form of radiation storms, solar flares and, the one to worry about, coronal mass ejections - which sends scores of solar material into space, and sometimes hurtling towards Earth.

    These all modify the Earth's atmosphere and magnetic field, affecting our technology, satellites and disrupting our power supply - potentially leaving large areas of the world paralysed.

    6 months
  • Flights disrupted as Bali volcano spews smoke and ash thousands of feet into the air 00:44

    Flights disrupted as Bali volcano spews smoke and ash thousands of feet into the air

    Thousands of tourists have been left stranded after a volcano on Bali spewed smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky.

    Mount Agung on the Indonesian island has been throwing smoke, ash and steam more than 13,000 feet into the air for the fourth day running.

    Airlines, including Virgin, Qantas and Jetstar, were forced to cancel at least 15 flights to and from the paradise island.

    Normal service has now resumed from Bali airport.

    The volcanology centre in Indonesia initially put out a red alert to airline amid fears of a possible eruption.

    6 months
 
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