Λεοπάρδαλη ρισκάρει τη ζωή της για ένα γεύμα Η αφρικανική λεοπάρδαλη χρησιμοποιεί την ευκινησία και την επιδεξιότητά της, για να κυνηγήσει από τις κορυφές των δέντρων. Κάτι που όμως είναι πολύ επικίνδυνο και μπορεί να κοστίσει και τη ζωή της. Απόσπασμα από το ντοκιμαντέρ Planet Earth του BBC.
The Pentagon releases images of a UFO The Pentagon releases images of a "metal sphere" type UFO over Iraq.
The hearing was intended to address concerns about the sheer number of UFO sightings recorded in recent years.
Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick of the Office of All Domain Anomaly Resolution told the Senate Armed Services Committee that hundreds of sightings of spherical or oddly shaped objects spotted by military pilots remain under investigation however no evidence.
American cop won’t admit he’s wrong In Oregon, a resident of Dubai who is on a road trip with his Lamborghini registered in his country is arrested by a policeman who accuses him of not having American license plates. The driver knows that he is within his rights, has all the documents to prove it and will therefore remain calm and polite, despite the arrogance and aggressiveness of the policeman who is convinced he is right and who is not going to want admit the opposite until the end, despite all the evidence provided.
A 5-year-old girl called for help to save her dad Savannah, a 5-year-old girl shows wit and composure as she calls for help to save her father who was experiencing chest pains and breathing difficulties. Fortunately the latter was still conscious to answer his daughter. We learn at the end of the video the arrival of help in the house.
Inspiration4 space tourists open the observation dome Inspiration4 space tourists Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski, open the cupola of the Dragon capsule for the first time allowing them to observe the Earth. SpaceX's first four space tourists landed on Saturday, September 19, 2021 in the Atlantic Ocean after spending three days in space traveling farther than the International Space Station (ISS), up to 590 km above sea level, spinning in orbit at approximately 28,000 km / h.