The year 2016 was pretty bad, but hey, it’s 2017 now and we have a swarm of locusts invading the Earth. Everything is fine.
The clip at the top of this post was filmed in the East Kazakhstan region on Wednesday, and shows a vehicle driving into a swarm of countless locusts.
During a second incident in another location in southern Russia, a truck driver traveling along a highway in the republic of Dagestan captured a gray cloud slowly approaching the vehicle. When the cloud gets closer, as seen in the video below, it becomes clear that it’s not a dust storm, but a sea of swarming locusts.
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Those photos taken on roller coasters are usually a total rip off, but this hilarious moment is a definite exception.
Redditor bald-e-gal and his girlfriend went to Cedar Park on Friday to hit up some of the park’s incredible rides. Unfortunately, tragedy occurred while the couple rode one of the coasters.
Bald-e-gal’s girlfriend lost her phone while riding the Magnum XL200.
When the couple looked at the photo of themselves snapped by the coaster cam, they noticed it picked up the exact moment gravity stole the phone.
Take this as a gentle reminder to always secure your belongings when riding a coaster that hits a max speed of 72 mph. Read more…
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There’s something misleading about the name Tasmanian devil, because the marsupial looks hardly evil at all.
Don’t take our word for it though. Just look at this very adorable creature dealing with snow, which fell over the Tasmanian Devil sanctuary in Cradle Mountain, Australia.
Battling the winter cold, this little thing has become mighty popular on the sanctuary’s Facebook page, since a video of it was posted on Thursday.
The sanctuary, Devils at Cradle, is a conservation facility to help observe the lifecycles of the marsupial and the threats which face them. Read more…
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