China has opened the world’s first line of self-driving buses
The world’s first self-driving bus line opened in China
China has opened the world’s first line of self-driving buses
19-month-old toddler rock-climbs 7-foot-tall wall without a harness
Little Ellie is already a rock-climbing pro!
Flour shop’s sprinkle explosion cakes
Haven’t you always wanted to hear what sprinkles sound like close-up? SOUND ON because super cute baker Amirah Kassem from Flour Shop in NYC is your ASMR guide. What does it take to make an sprinkle explosion cake? Sprinkles, sprinkles, and uh, more sprinkles. Amirah’s new cookbook, The Power of Sprinkles, tells you how to bake a rainbow layer cake and it is BEAUTIFUL. Prepare to be mesmerized! This cake requires almost 2 pounds of sprinkles and a whole lot of frosting 🤤
This hidden sink appears with the press of a button
This sink can appear and disappear with the press of a button 🚰
Orca pod surfaces from right underneath sightseeing boat
A leisurely day out on a whale watching got extremely exciting very quickly. After a few hours cruising around trying to locate the Humpback and Orca whales that were being talked about on the marine radio, the time had come for some close up activity. Earlier in the day the group on the excursion had departed from Anacortes, Washington. After aboard, safety briefings done, the captain fired the engines and away they went. Slowly departing the marina, the crew notified the tourists aboard that they would actually be heading into Canadian waters as that was where the whales were currently being spotted. Sitting back and enjoying the beautiful summer day, Brent and his wife found a comfy seat and took in some sun. Once nearing Vancouver Island the captain notified everyone that there was a solo Humpback whale just ahead. This stirred everyone's curiosity as most aboard had never seen a whale before in the wild. "Watching the Humpback breach the surface, arch its back then sound to the depths was very peaceful but exhilarating" Brent said. After a short time enjoying the Humpback ,they all scooted south to another location where Orca had been spotted. Now things really got exciting. Seeing a small pod of whales that appeared to have some young orca with them was amazing. Suddenly another pod was located approximately a half mile away which seemed to be swimming in circles. This footage was recorded right at this location. The captain explained how orca hunt and how they train their young. Mainly feeding on fish and seals as they provide a very high in fat meal, the whales being to circle, then contact the seals with their flukes(tail) or actually pounce atop the seals. After some training, the hunt was over. Adult orca, or killer whales, eat between 150 pounds and 300 pounds of fish or seal per day. This requires a good part of a day to accomplish at times, all dependent on the time of year. The orca can become quite ingenious on their hunting skills and do at times work together to track and hunt schools of fish or pod of seals.
Guy flips expertly over acrobat doing tricks
This guy did a complete flip over a gym wheel which his friend was using to perform tricks. After leaping over the wheel, he twist-flipped his way into the air and landed perfectly on his feet.
This giant ice cream cake feeds 15 people
Azules Coffee's giant concha cakes are stuffed with ice cream and dipped in chocolate. Find them at the dessert and coffee shop in Anaheim, CA.
Ghost Fish Synchronized Dance
Occurred on March 8, 2019 / Pulau Weh, Indonesia Info from Licensor: "It was a lucky day this day when I was snorkeling in Pulau Weh. I was surprised to find under me, a couple of ghost fish floating around the rocks. It was amazing for me because this was the first time I've seen them. I spent some time with them recorded this video. I will never forget this encounter."
Ambush Makeover: Young Sons Stunned by Mom’s Look
Angie and Holly, two lucky women plucked from the TODAY plaza, get primped and pampered for Ambush Makeovers! See their stunning new looks, courtesy of hairstylist Louis Licari and style expert Jill Martin.
‘Ninja Rat’ Kicks Snake in Midair in Slow-Mo Video
At any point, these kangaroo rats could be 30 milliseconds away from death.
Snorkeler Gets a Surprise After Jumping in Water
Over four years of saving money to make her dream come true and go and work with whale sharks... She spent four weeks there, but didn't see a single one! On her very last day, she went on an ocean safari, for her very last chance to see one before leaving... they spotted one from the boat!! Everybody geared up and they jumped in the water (it was on the other side of the boat), but as soon as she did, one of her fins came off!! Everybody swam towards the shark, and she had to swim in the opposite direction, to try and find the lost fin, in the hopes that the animal would still be there when she came back! She wasn't looking at them; she just wanted to put her fin back on as quickly as possible, but her camera was still recording... and she I finally looked, she got an amazing surprise: the whale shark was actually swimming straight towards her!! It took a very long time, but it was totally worth it! The Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) is the largest fish species in the world, reaching 10 meters in length, and weighing 9 tons! But in spite of its impressive size, the whale shark is a filter feeder, which means that it only eats plankton, and it is harmless to us. It is the sole species in the Rhincodon genus, and the only member of the Rhincodontidae family, although it shares the Orectolobiformes order with a diverse group of sharks from all over the world, including the 30 cm long Barbelthroat Carpet Shark (Cirrhoscyllium expolitum), with a total of 43 species. Whale Sharks are endangered, and major threats include fisheries catches, bycatch in nets, and boat strikes. Unfortunately, recent studies show that Whale Shark fins are now demanding high prices, which should result in increased targeting.
Sustainable House Can Rotate 360 Degrees
This rotating house provides all of its own energy, providing a model for sustainable design in the future.
World's First Submarine Ride-Sharing
The Australian state of Queensland and Uber are enabling tourists to get a close-up view of the Great Barrier Reef using a ride-sharing submarine.
Octopus Masterfully Camouflages Itself as a Rock
Occurred on August 17, 2017 / French Riviera, France Info from Licensor: "On a sunny summer day of snorkeling in the south of France, a rock in the middle of the sand attracted my attention. I decided to dive and have a look and didn't see anything other than a rock and an anemone there. When I swam around, I noticed that a nice octopus tried to get invisible and metamorphose himself with the rock. It was a real pleasure to be there."
Little Girl and Python Lounge on Couch
Occurred on February, 2019 / UK Info from Licensor: "My daughter and pet reticulated python relaxing on the couch."
Entrepreneur and influencer CC Clarke creates mesmerizing lip tutorials
She can rock any lip look with different beauty products.
Thorny Devil Lizard Walks Using Hypnotic Movements
We feel like we don’t show you enough videos of lizards and sometimes they can be fascinating animals, and they also have a lot of skills. Just check out this thorny devil lizard and his smart way crossing the road. A thorny devil crosses a quiet road in the Tanami Desert, NT. Like chameleons, these unique lizards walk with a rocking motion to simulate spiky debris blowing in the wind. Amazing, isn’t it? Lizards are little reptiles that have a long tail, eyelids, and for the most part, have four legs with five toes on each foot. They can vary in color and also in size. Most lizards love to eat creepy little crawlies like this guy, and that is the reason they are called insectivores. Lizards are also very significant because they help to control the bug populace. The lizards that eat little creatures and also birds are called carnivores. A couple of lizards eat plants, and they are called herbivores. Lizards is a group of animals which we haven’t share a common ancestor of millions of years which is really fascinating for some people. They are brilliant creatures, and the level of interaction with them is different from the interaction with dogs and cats, and that is why a lot of people consider having a lizard as a pet. The thorny devil, or also knows as the mountain devil, they are covered in spikes and can puff themselves to appear more prominent, and yes they are known for their funny walk. The thorny lizard’s unique gait involves strolling, stopping often, and rocking back and forth. This characteristic delayed, unsteady movement appears very slow. Probably, their jerky movements and constant freezing in place help conceal them if a predator spots them out in the open. Crossing the road can be really dangerous for them, because of their camouflage they get run over really often. The thorny devil is a lizard that has to stay still for a long period in order to camouflage itself, which results in some of these creatures getting run over. They are also very vulnerable due to natural loss and disturbance. That’s why there is an organization who help these animals because even though they are called devils, they are actually harmless and they say that they are lovely animals. People did no justice for this animal by giving such a harsh name to such a non-dangerous animal!
This futuristic coffee table has a built-in fridge
This coffee table has a built-in bluetooth speaker, a mini fridge and charger ports 🤩
Warren and AOC offer their take on the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appear in a video to talk about the series finale of “Game of Thrones.”
Artist creates amazing sculptures out of folded book pages
Luciana Frigerio is the artist behind these masterpieces.
Intricate Drawings of Fluffy Cats
To create the different shades and tones, he uses a pen to draw the impossible thin parallel lines.
Robot Makes Perfect Omelette
Info from licensor: Curious about the latest in the world of hyper-innovative technology, apps, gadgets, and scientific breakthroughs? Look no further.
From vintage glam to mid-century kitchen appliances, this woman lives every day like it’s 1958
From her vintage dresses to her authentic mid-century kitchen appliances, Laci Fay lives every day like it's the 1950's! But what is it about this decade that's got her hooked? Find out on this episode of My Unconventional Life!
This artist use mathematics to make her art really pop
Using nothing but simple pen strokes, this artist makes her 2D drawings look 3D🖊️🤩
Canadian artist uses pen and ink to draw illustrations inspired by the macabre
After being a freelance web designer for 10 years, JF Lemay decided to pursue his dream of being an illustrator.
Black Bear in Zoo Flips Stick Between Paws
This black bear was hanging out in their enclosure at the zoo when they found a stick and decided to play with it. Adorably, the bear tossed the stick in the air and flipped it between his paws.
87-year-old ballerina still teaches dance
For more than 60 years, Joan Meyers Brown has been teaching aspiring dancers the art of ballet in her native Philadelphia. Everyday, the 87-year-old ballerina oversees hours of choreography lessons, but that's not all. Mrs. Brown is a dance legend, having founded the internationally-acclaimed Philadelphia Dance Company (Philadanco) in 1970 to ensure that all black dancers have the same opportunities. She's even been awarded the National Medal of Arts by former President Barack Obama. Learn more on Mrs. Brown's story on this episode of Lifers!
The Sweetest Dessert In NYC is Cotton Candy
The NYC mainstay's most famous dessert is a cotton candy-coated Baked Alaska that gets set on fire at your table. Delish got a look at the behind-the-scenes process.
This professional organizer reveals the secret to keeping your kid’s room tidy
Meet Naeemah, a professional organizer who has mastered the art of organizing small closets and kid's rooms. Check out more of her story on this episode of Extreme Organizers!
Artist Sculpts Realistic Face into Ceramic Bowl
This artist wanted to show off their sculpting skills by making a unique ceramic bowl. Amazingly, they used their fingers to sculpt a realistic human face into the side of the bowl.
World Beard & Moustache Championship Is a Thing
Have you ever wanted to compete in a facial hair-off? If so, you're in luck. This year's competition took place in Belgium and featured categories like 'Imperial moustache' and "Freestyle full beard." Competition is stiff, and full of gel and hairspray. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer has a look at what it takes to get in the game.
6-year-old girl with terminal cancer fulfills dream of becoming a police officer
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