No, I’m not talking about a mascot for a high school or college. I’m talking about actual, literal bald eagles having a party in the back of a truck in a parking lot in Unalaska, Alaska. And by party, I mean a giant feast on garbage bags of fish, fish heads and whatever else was unfortunately back there.
Then someone called the cops and they scattered the eagle bros. Man, cops won’t even let the symbol of America’s freedom have any fun.
Hawaiian native Kimi Werner is one of those badass people that would be fascinating to meet. An accomplished artist, surfer, free-diver and spearfisher, Werner has a deep understand of the ocean, sea life and the harmony between being a predator and prey.
So it’s no surprise that when Werner encountered an incredibly large Great White shark that she did what any other badass person would do: dive down to greet it and grab onto its dorsal fin for a swim together.
Seriously, though. I don’t understand how she doesn’t sink directly to the bottom of the ocean with those steel ovaries weighing her down.
Insane person and Dubai-based photographer Gerald Donovan stands atop the Burj Khalifa, the tallest skyscraper in the world, and films an incoming sandstorm…right next to a lightning rod.
But don’t worry guys. It’s totally cool, because there wasn’t any lightning happening that day. O_o
PBS Digital Studios program “Under H20″ takes us below the surface with marine biologist Craig Musberger to go night diving with some manta rays.
Manta rays are one of nature’s most graceful and eerie animals. In Episode 2 of UnderH2O, we go underwater off the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii — in the dark of night — to film these enormous creatures. When conditions are right, manta rays flock to this special area in search of giant mouthfuls of plankton which they scoop up as they spin and loop around the divers.
The insides of a manta ray are so strangely fascinating. And they seem so gentle. I would definitely pay good money to go night diving with some of these awesome animals.
Talk about your bad omens. When lightning strikes that closely right in the middle of your ceremony, that’s pretty much nature’s way of telling you, “Get out while you still can.”
I remember wishing for this to happen to a few of my exes on their wedding days, but the best I got was a tsunami warning for one of them. No actual tsunami, just a warning.
Someday, it will happen. In the meantime, everyone should be happy that I don’t possess Storm’s powers or shit would be going cray. And I mean CRAY.
Some major flooding from the Daugava River in the Dviete Parish in Daugavpils District, Latvia caused a massive whirlpool formation that sucked in large pieces of ice and debris like they were pieces of warm butter.
As Daily Picks and Flicks point out, at least it wasn’t nearly as bad as the disaster at Lake Peigneur.