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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.
Incredible Ambidextrous Drawing of Bob Marley
In this video the artist draws legendary reggae musician Bob Marley in pencil using two hands at the same time. This ability is known as ambidextrous. Unbelievable!
26,000 Martial Art Students Performed in Unison
These martial arts students created an incredible performance
The Most Exciting Thrill Ride in Park History
The Batman roller coaster at Six Flags in Texas is the most exciting thrill ride.
Divers Meet Massive & Majestic Whale Sharks
Whale sharks are one of the most massive and majestic creatures in the ocean. They are second in size only to a few of the whale species, and they are the largest fish to have ever roamed the oceans. They reach a length of 55 feet and have been estimated to weigh almost 100,000 pounds. To see them in movies or in pictures is a memorable sight, to swim in their presence, close enough to touch one is simply awe inspiring. These divers have traveled from different parts of the world to scuba dive in the waters around Darwin's Arch in the Galapagos Islands. A unique set of conditions cause three major ocean currents to converge and they bring food to the area for plankton, krill, and other small fish, which in turn, attract the larger predators. The Galapagos Islands were formed when underwater volcanoes erupted and sent pillars of rock toward the surface. The islands are now home to an abundance of land and marine life, with some being among the most diverse and unique on our planet. Hostile and beautiful at the same time, these islands attract tourists and nature enthusiasts from across the globe. For scuba divers, this is the Mecca, and the whale sharks are a big part of their reason for venturing to such a remote part of the planet. They are gentle giants, incapable of harming a diver. Their mouths are designed to feed on the smaller creatures that drift on the current. They swim with their wide mouths open so they can filter the krill and plankton. Almost all of the whale sharks that are seen here are pregnant females, yet nobody fully understands why. Little is known about where they go to give birth. Whale sharks have little reason to fear humans, or any other creatures. They can out-swim, or out-dive predators easily. They have also learned that humans will rarely cause them any harm. Fiercely protected by the government and by the tour guides in Galapagos, the whale sharks are safe from harassment and human contact. Swimming beside them in a manner that will not pose a threat is encouraged, but they are never to be touched or harmed in any way. Responsible scuba divers understand the reasons for such strict rules. These divers were extremely moved by their experience with the whale sharks. It is a trip that none of them will ever forget.
Makeup Artists Turn Model Into a Van Gogh Painting
Three make up artists take on the challenge of turning a model into Van Gogh's "Starry Night." See how each makeup artist interprets the classic painting.
Tattoo Artist Freestyles in Every Session
Jay Freestyle is a tattoo artist with the most unique tattoos
Ambidextrous Art: Drawing Jason Momoa
This incredibly talented artist draws a portrait of Aquaman's Jason Momoa in pencil using both hands. Unbelievable!
Award-Winning Barista Creates Incredible Latte Art
His swirl designs add a creative twist to every latte he creates
Monkey Walks Into Bank & Takes an Employee Hostage
If he had pointed a banana at him, they probably would have charged him with armed robbery. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Favorite Pop Culture Icons on Intricate Coffee Mug
Busra Guvendk uses polymer clay to create characters.
Diver Discovers Dancing Razor Fish
Occurred on March 13, 2019 / Pulau Weh, Indonesia Info from Licensor: "Snorkeling around, I was surprised to see this school of razorfish swimming around branches, so I continued to watch them going on their way, passing along rocks on a strange swim or dance."
Bubble Tea Hot Pot Has Arrived at a NYC Restaurant
You can finally have your boba tea and hot pot at the same time! 🍵🍡🍱🥩
Grandmother's Reaction to Lost Wedding Tape
This man's grandmother believed she had lost the footage from her wedding day in 1964. She never even had the opportunity to re-watch it. 54 years later, his brother finds it in the back of a wardrobe and gives it to him to restore onto a DVD. All that was left to do now was to surprise his grandma with the film from that wonderful day!
Man Skydives for Grand Gender Reveal
Extreme gender reveals are now a thing, and one North Carolina man just took them higher. Timothy Goodwin decided to skydive for the big event. He said his fiancee wasn't wild about the idea. "Off the gate she was not happy about it, you know. Of course, us being pregnant, you know, she needs me there. She's very nervous about it," Goodwin told InsideEdition.com. Now the family is excited to welcome their newest member. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer has the details.
Woman Crafts Incredible Costume Wings That Move!
'The Crooked Feather' was started by Alexis Noriega who hand makes each set of movable wings from scratch
Stork Family Survives Raging Wildfire
As wildfires blaze in Russia, startling video has been released of an endangered Oriental white stork tending to its nest as fields below burn. The stork and its chicks survived the fire.
Kim K. & North West's 'Old Town Road' Music Video
The mother-daughter duo is staying busy during Kim's maternity leave.
Futuristic Backpack Helps You Defy Gravity
University of Tokyo students have created a backpack that could revolutionize human mobility.
Artist is Building the World with Toothpicks
Stan Munro has created 120 landmark buildings using more than five million toothpicks and at least fifty gallons of glue. Having gotten his start in 2005, he refers to himself as a "toothpick engineer" and dedicates each intricately designed and manufactured sculpture to his wife, Suzi. Learn more about Stan's story on this episode of My Unconventional Life!
Best Friends Quit Their Jobs to Open Cupcake Shop
After 20 years of friendship, Lily Fischer and Nima Etemadi decided to take the plunge, quit their day jobs and open up a cupcake bakery in Philadelphia! Today, "Cake Life" specializes in over the top creations like honey-lavender cake and unicorn "poop." Learn more about their story in this episode of Profession to Passion!
Caveman Created an Ancient Gym Workout From Nature
This caveman build a gym out of nature — and you thought your workout was hard
'Avengers: Endgame' Cast Shares Hilarious Footage
The 'Avengers: Endgame' cast can finally share all the secret footage they obtained from set!
Giant Waterspout Spotted off Singapore's Coast
A giant waterspout was spotted near the coast of Singapore in the morning hours. This huge funnel-shaped cloud shifted from the middle of the sea and reached the port in a few minutes.
Bill Nye Makes Fiery Plea About Climate Change
“Science Guy” Bill Nye appeared on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” to criticize inaction on climate change.
Talented Diver Swims Through Her Own Air Bubble!
Check out this incredible bubble dive with Luna Courtois in this amazing clip. You can’t tell in the video, but they were accompanied by the sounds of whales singing to each just past where they were the whole time!
Children in Karate Class Cheer Kid on
This kid was having trouble breaking a board in half with a kick during his karate class and the other students wanted to help him out. Adorably, they cheered his name and when he finally broke the board they celebrated and gave him a group hug.
Massive Iceberg Crashes Into Sea in Greenland
Check out this stunning video from Disko Bay, Greenland of an iceberg breaking apart and falling into the water. Amazing! Photographer Alexander Perov in the year November 2015, closely captured the amazing moment of a 160 feet tall iceberg collapsing off the west coast of Greenland in Disko Bay recently, but the awe soon turned on to fear as the cracking sets off like tsunami waves. The boat team had to speed off to avoid the endangerment of being devoured by the waves. “It was unexpected. We were just 3 people on board on a small boat and we would not generally approach an iceberg so close, less than a hundred meters away,” the Russian photographer write on social media. The term "iceberg" refers to chunks of ice larger than five meters (sixteen feet) across. Icebergs are constructing of ice that creates on land and float in a lake or in oceans. Icebergs come in all sizes and shapes, from cube-sized chunks to the size of a small country. The cold waters surrounding of Antarctica and the North Atlantic are home to most of the icebergs on Earth. When an iceberg reaches hot waters, the new weather attacks it from all the sides. On the iceberg surface, hot air melts snow and ice into pools called melt ponds that can trickle through the widening cracks and through the iceberg. At the same time, hot water laps at the iceberg edges, melting the ice and causing chunks of ice to break off. On the underside, hot waters melt the iceberg from the bottom up. Every year thousands of icebergs venture south past New found land and Labrador. The majority of icebergs in the region are calved glaciers from western Greenland (Denmark). The remainder is calved glaciers from islands in Canada's High Arctic. Greenland, the world’s biggest island, appears to have hit a tipping point around 2002-2003 when the ice loss rapidly accelerated, said lead author Michael Bevis, a geoscientist at Ohio State University USA. By 2012 the annual ice loss was “unprecedented” at nearly four times the rate in 2003, Bevis said in a TV interview. Much of this new accelerated ice melt came from southwest Greenland, a part of the island that had not been known to be losing ice that rapidly. Previously, the scientific focus was on Greenland's southeast and northwest regions, where large glaciers stream iceberg-sized chunks of ice into the Atlantic Ocean. If you like the video please share it with your loved ones.
70-Year-Old Grandpa Loves to Pole Dance
Pole dancing began as a hobby for this grandpa, but he loved it so much that it became his career after he retired.
Grandma Lill Gives Makeup Tutorial
Want grandma to feel extra special? Just give her a makeup tutorial, courtesy of Grandma Lill. She visited a senior home in New Jersey to spread her talents and make sure everyone there felt glammed up for the special day. As InsideEdition.com’s Stephanie Officer explains, everyone came away with a little extra glitter.
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