A father and his son recriminate a hunter for killing a deer The kid feels very bad about seeing the dead animal, and the father defends his son. The driver tells them that they probably buy meat on a daily basis at the supermarket to which they nod, then tells them that the meat of the supermarket is from animals that have suffered much more than the deer they just killed (and that they intend to eat), who were born in captivity and unhealthy living conditions. He tells the father that he should explain to his son that this is part of life. And then ... the thing gets a little out of control.
Flying between the clouds with a WingSuit Wingsuit Pilot Luke Rogers and fellow wingsuiter Chris Byrnes dive into an epic cloud cave on their jump with Skydive Ramblers in Toogoolawah, Australia. Captured with a 360º view on a GoPro Fusion.
Rugby ball takes out kid July 21, 2018 / Townsville Queensland, Australia Falcon of the year! North Queensland Cowboys vs St. George Illawarra Dragons. Dragons won. Jonathan Thurston kicked a conversation and hit the kid Max. Max is perfectly fine.
Kangaroos Can Swim Occurred on April 8, 2018 / Hope Island, Queensland, Australia We live on an island in the middle of a golf course. These are saltwater canals with bull sharks in them. We always watch the kangaroos, and it took one year for us to actually see them swim. Obviously, they don't swim often. He swam over, then turned around and swam back. His family waited for him to return before bouncing off.
Russian couple adopted a cougar who lives in their apartment A Russian couple (Alexandr Dmitriev and his wife Mariya) saw a young cougar at the zoo, named "Messi". He had health problems (he measures half the normal size of a cougar). A year ago, the couple had then adopted Messi to live with them in their apartment. He is now 2 years old. He eats 3 kg of meat / day for 10 dollars (500-600 rubles).
Wendy Williams Faints On Live TV Wendy Williams overheated in her Halloween costume and fainted on her show, but came right back after a commercial break like a champ! She definitely gave her audience a massive scare.
steam train hits car leaving lot in Jim Thorpe Today, Reading and Northern steam locomotive #425 was pulling back into Jim Thorpe on the 11:00 train when a car darted in front. The driver and passenger both seem to be okay, just a little shaken. The passengers on board the train reported that they didn't even feel the train hit the car, which is a testament to the sheer power behind this 1920's steam locomotive. The locomotive was going a relatively slow speed, and sent the car flying as if it was nothing, so if you think you can beat a train through a crossing, don't even try. For those concerned about 425, she suffered a few bent grab irons and had a big tire print on her rear, but she'll be fine. Let this serve as a lesson to everyone: Look. Listen. Live.