Between Bennett and Kiowa on County Road 53 there isn’t much excitement. So, when something is out of place, residents notice it right away.
Just ask local rancher and landowner Joanna Meston.
“We gathered up our cattle a few weeks ago to sort them and sell some of them and one of the bulls was missing,” Meston said.
She looked around and could see her bull wandering down by the Kiowa Creek, which runs through her property.
She let him go for the time being, but after a couple weeks of her bull being away from the herd she decided to go get him.
This incredible drone footage captures the scale of growth in a huge crack which is threatening to tear Africa in two.
The enormous crevice is already several miles long and now measures 50ft deep and 20 metres wide.
Appearing in Kenya, the crack has also led to potentially destructive seismic activity and caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway in in south-western Kenya to collapse.
Drone footage shows cars and people walking near the sunken earth, dwarfed by its sheer size.
Experts have predicted the crack will continue to grow over millions of years, allowing ocean water to flood in.
This is the moment streaming columns of ash and smoke rose above Hawaii's active Kīlauea volcano following intense rainfall.
Mick Kalber recorded the rare land spout phenomenon aboard a Paradise Helicopter flight over the lava fields at sunrise.
He said: "A pink rainbow, amazing landspouts and a veritable plethora of lava flows made for a spectacular lava overflight this morning.
"We have often seen water spouts at the ocean entry but this morning, due to a head downpour on the 61G flow and the right wind and heat conditions, several vortices [land spouts] appeared just above the Pali. These dramatic, unusual formations look like mini tornadoes, but spin much less quickly."
The bright red “tentacles” confirmed it wasn’t a species of bird, but thanks to the people of the internet, the woman was finally able to find the answer. But it was the furthest from what she was expecting.
Everyone knows what causes yellow snow - but what about orange?
Pictures of the unusual phenomenon have been posted on social media from people in Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, and Moldova, after their neighbourhoods were left looking like the surface of Mars.
But it isn't a sign of the coming apocalypse - the answer can be found in a terrifying weather event.
Dust storms currently raging across Southern Europe are shifting sand from the Sahara desert northwards - leading it to mix with the cooling water in colder climes.
As a result, orange sandstorms have rolled across Spain, Portugal and Cyprus.
Anglerfish, with their menacing gape and dangling lure, are among the most curious inhabitants of the deep ocean.
Scientists have hardly ever seen them alive in their natural environment.
That’s why a new video, captured in the waters around Portugal’s Azores islands, has stunned deep-sea biologists.
It shows a fist-size female anglerfish, resplendent with bioluminescent lights and elongated whiskerlike structures projecting outward from her body.
And if you look closely, she’s got a mate: A dwarf male is fused to her underside, essentially acting as a permanent sperm provider.
Jake Eshpeter, a meteorology student at Mississippi State University, recorded the phenomenon and uploaded the footage to social media as the storm arrived
The horrifying moment a spider hunting wasp lay its eggs inside a paralysed spider has been shared by a woman who likened it to "sci-fi".
A poisoning its prey, the sinister creature drag s it into a burrow or hole where its eggs can mature and hatch safely.
Tarry Bell, 32, spotted the deadly attack in his kitchen in Northern Kwa-Zulu Natal province, South Africa.
The shocked non-profit director said: "At first I could not believe what I was seeing as I naturally assumed that the spider had caught a wasp, then I realised it was the other way around.
"We see many weird and wonderful things here in Zululand but I must admit that this was quite an unexpected sight - especially in our kitchen in broad daylight.
A gigantic 'fountain of magma' has been discovered under the Yellowstone supervolcano, sparking fears that a deadly eruption could be imminent.
Magma plumes are unusual geological features that are found at the boundary between the Earth's core and the mantle. They rise through the mantle into the crust, creating a column of rising ash and debris.
The researchers that discovered the plume believe it could stretch all the way from Yellowstone in the state of Wyoming down to Mexico.
This news follows a spate of mini tremors in the area last week - which raised fears the supervolcano beneath the national park could be about to blow.
A timelapse of the Aurora filmed last night by a Twitter user in Scotland, still going strong at 1:40am.
Darwin has been battered by 130km/h winds as Tropical Cyclone Marcus sent trees flying through the streets and brought down powerlines, prompting the rescue of people from a sinking boat near the city.
The eye of the category two storm has now moved past the city but emergency services say it's still not safe to go outside.
Marcus is now headed towards the Timor Sea and is expected to hit Western Australia's Kimberley Coast on Sunday, bringing wind gusts of up to 150km/h.
Two gigantic solar flares erupting from the sun have been recorded by NASA.
The space agency has said the resulting solar storm could strike Earth tomorrow and may disrupt satellites and cause power outages in some places.
However, the charged particles that make up the solar storm could create stunning views of the Northern Lights as they interact with our atmosphere.
Timing is a crucial factor.
The arrival of the solar storm coincides with the formation of 'equinox cracks' in Earth's magnetic field, which form around the equinoxes on March 20 and September 23 each year.
No one really knows what’s in the deep ocean in Antarctica. Now we have the technology to reach into the ocean depths, we accompanied scientist and deep-sea explorer Jon Copley and became the first to descend to 1000 meters underwater in Antarctica for Blue Planet II. The exotic creatures we found there will astonish you.
Classified as small eruptions on the Sun, these 2 bursts from Friday are still larger than our entire planet Earth!
Dramatic footage shows a volcano in Japan send smoke and ash thousands of metres into the air, forcing flights from a nearby airport to be cancelled.
Shinmoedake, which featured in 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice, erupted today - the most powerful explosion in seven years.
The volcano, more than 600 miles from Toyko on the southern island of Kyushu, has been erupting on a smaller scale since last Thursday.
The entrance to Shinmoedake, which has a 1,421-metre peak, has been restricted since last week.
The video, although it isn't known where it was shot, captures the battles with Beast from the East and Storm Emma this week
Quincy Police share dramatic video of the flooding caused by 'bombogenesis' Winter Storm in Massachusetts.
The Nautilus submarine was able to capture close up footage of the Halitrephes maasi jelly which looks like an exploding firework.
A massive venomous spider capable of killing humans 15 minutes after a bite has been handed in at a reptile park.
The Australian Reptile Park said the huge arachnid, named Colossus, is the biggest male funnel web spider they've seen.
Colossus, said to measure between 7cm and 8cm in length, was dropped off at the wildlife sanctuary in Somersby, New South Wales, after being found in a back garden.
The park said the spider will now be "milked" for its venom to boost its anti-poison supplies.
FROZEN Britain is braced for worse to come with Storm Emma threatening widespread chaos. Swathes of the country were left under deep snow yesterday after heavy showers fell throughout the day and overnight.
The brutal winter blast claimed its first victims when four people died in crashes during severe weather.
Fresh warnings were issued for drivers to take extra care on the treacherously icy roads through the coming days and avoid non-essential journeys.
Experts predict this winter’s long big freeze could cause the highest death toll for 20 years. A car crash in Lincolnshire yesterday caused the deaths of three people.
A fourth person died after a three-car collision near Peterborough, in Cambridgeshire.
The severity of the deadly snowstorm that has battered Britain has been encapsulated in a breathtaking picture showing a snowstorm looming on the horizon.
The huge snow cloud could be seen sweeping across London this afternoon, looking as if it is swallowing up the buildings as it passed.
Some of the city's iconic landmarks - including the shard - were completely lost in the huge white cloud, not dissimilar to a cloud bomb from an explosion.
The National Police Air Service for London posted the image on its Twitter page after appearing to have gone out in one of its helicopters.
When it rains a lot, the Rio da Prata river runs of slower form, causing its damming, thus increasing the water level of the Olho D'Água river.
Despite the flood, on the day the video was recorded the waters of the Olho D'Agua river remained crystal clear due to their conserved riparian forest and being inside a Private Reserve of the Natural Patrimony - PRNP, a type of Conservation Unit.
This is the terrifying moment lightning struck the wing of a Ryanair aircraft on Saturday shortly after taking off from Grenoble in France.
A video captured by a passenger on board the flight bound for Dublin showed the bolt hit the tip of the left wing.
A passenger filmed the stunning incident during turbulent weather on February 17.
Worried fellow fliers can be heard expressing their concerns before and after the incident.
Rumbling Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra shot billowing columns of ash more than 16,400 feet into the atmosphere and hot clouds down its slopes on Monday. There were no fatalities or injuries from the morning eruption, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said.
The volcano, one of three currently erupting in Indonesia, was dormant for four centuries before exploding in 2010, killing two people. Another eruption in 2014 killed 16 people, while seven died in a 2016 eruption.
A skier was caught up in a huge avalanche as it crashed down a mountain - but miraculously escaped unharmed.
The incredible moment was caught on video as several unsuspecting skiers were using the slopes.
In the video, several small areas of snow fall down the mountainside, destabilising the area above.
Suddenly a huge avalanche forms, and a cloud of snow falls down onto the slope where several skiers are passing.
One skier seems to get caught in the landslide but reportedly escaped unscathed.
No injuries have been reported in the incident.
The video was filmed at Baquiera Beret, Spain's largest ski station located in the Catalan Pyrenees.
Incredible images and footage has revealed a new population of what is believed to be the world's rarest fish.
Stunning clips show the Red Handfish sitting on the seabed using its hands like flippers to walk along it.
Fascinating close-ups show the rarely seen red and orange fish as it navigates its way past some plants.
A red warning was issued to airlines after a volcano erupted in Indonesia sending hot dense clouds of ash shooting more than 16,400ft (5,000m) into the air and rolling down its slopes on Monday.
Despite dramatic images emerging from the scene at Mount Sinabung on the island of Sumatra, there were no reported fatalities or injuries from the morning eruption.
Three volcanoes are currently erupting in Indonesia, which is located on the fault lines around the Pacific Basin known as the "Ring of Fire".
25 people were killed in Mount Sinabung eruptions in recent years.
Seven people were killed in 2016, 16 people died in the 2014 explosion and two people were killed when in 2010.
Prior to 2010, the volcano had been dormant for approximately 400 years.
This is the stomach-churning moment a centipede embraces dozens of its babies that have just hatched.
The insect gives motherly love to her offspring in footage filmed in Meycauayan City in Bulcan in the Philippines.
It shows the six inch long creature - of the Scolopendra Morsitans species - taking care of the freshly-hatched tiny offspring.
She wraps herself around the tiny translucent beings to protect them from would-be predators like mice or toads.