What would you do if you saw a giant crocodile swimming toward you? We’re pretty sure most people would run for their lives but not this Australian woman. Instead she, unflinching, saw the deadly reptile lurking in the water and opted to clap her flip-flops against her hand to scare the crocodile away.More Info
Steve the Cat set a goal of becoming a lamb and surprisingly has achieved it.
Not only has he been accepted by the flock at his New Zealand home, he has also become the leader of the pack.
Steve’s owner, Amanda Whitlock has told reporters that “He’ll just be walking around the yard and they’ll be following.” She continued by saying that he would be “playing in the bushes and they’ll be inquisitive, looking to see what he’s doing and following him through the bushes.”More Info
Move along… nothing to see here… just a chicken playing a tiny piano in a field. Acclaimed French composer and multi-instrumentalist Igorrr lets his beloved chicken Patrick take centre stage for a musical union of epic proportions. In the great pecking order of life, Patrick might just be winging it.More Info
If you heard someone yell “Duck!”, what would you expect to see? You might have thought you were hallucinating if you saw this in your neighbourhood, but it did indeed happen! A giant, inflatable duck, torn from its moorings by strong winds, rolled through the streets in Glasgow, Scotland… and of course it was caught on camera.More Info
This luxurious treehouse is worlds away from your average wooden childhood den (or even this one that we recently told you about). Hidden in a forest in England, the modern treehouse was built by London designer Guy Mallinson for the ultimate retreat for holidaymakers wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.More Info
This viral video might be a few months old but it still makes us smile. While covering the serious after effects of a brutal tornado in Texas, one reporter found something cute and funny to raise the spirit of viewers. In the background, she noticed a dog sitting on a riding lawnmower – as if it was getting ready to drive it!More Info
Meet the tattoo-covered 74-year-old obsessed with setting world records. Based in Delhi, India, Har Prakash Rishi now calls himself ‘Ripley’s Guinness Rishi’ in homage to Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! and the Guinness World Records. Rishi’s bizarre feats include downing a 490g bottle of ketchup in 39 seconds and delivering a pizza from New Delhi to San Francisco – which took him 27 hours. He also removed all his teeth so that he could create a world record by putting 65 burning candles in his mouth. In 2011 he also managed to squeeze an incredible 496 straws in his mouth.More Info
This could have gone even more horribly wrong and become a Darwin Award. A man caused a massive explosion in his garden after throwing lit candles onto a mound of rubbish soaked in a highly-flammable substance. Not sure what he was expecting to happen, but pretty sure he regrets ruining a perfectly pretty lawn.More Info
Not only do British folk eat some really weird stuff, they also have some unusual ways of turning it into an annual sporting event. The World Black Pudding Throwing Championships was held recently in an English village near Manchester. The tradition of pudding throwing dates back to a battle in the 15th century War of the Roses. According to local lore, troops who ran out of ammunition resorted to throwing Yorkshire and Black puddings at each other.More Info