Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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This is just a normal camel having a laugh with its homeboys. Not sure where this video was taken, but this could have been in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia etc. That camel seems to be happy though. Have you ever seen such a happy camel? Such a laugh and smile! Image Sources: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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Whenever car owners have to remove snow from their vehicles, it can be quite difficult and very time-consuming. It seems that this chap was fed up and used his sound system to clear the snow off his car!
He must have spent a pretty penny on that sound system. This is the kind of video where you have to wait until the end. You won’t believe what you will see. This guy should certainly not have children – that is for sure! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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There are heroes and then there are heroes like this one. This guy jumps into a freezing river, uses his elbows to ice pick his way through to his drowning dog. It must have been an incredible draining task to do, yet alone enduring the cold. Once he grabbed his dog he also had to go all the way back.

This is a truly heroic man – a man that would sacrifice his own life for a dog! Where can I buy this man a medal? What the video below! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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A French inventor has created a replica of Han Solo’s famous spaceship, the Millennium Falcon. A video, showing the drone flying around has since gone viral. Olivier Caron, 40,from Grenoble in France, came up with the idea to modify his drone to look like the Millennium Falcon, from Star Wars. The drone itself cost about £750, but the modifications were under £20.

On its own the drone can reach a speed of up to 90 km/h (55mph) according to the Frenchman. Due to the modifications the maximum speed dropped to about 30 km/h. The battery usually lasts about eight minutes, but with the added weight of the Millenium Falcon shell it lasted only about five minutes. Watch the video below. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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Some chap came up with the idea to deliver some candy to a friend via drone. This doesn’t sound very unusual, but the destination is 10km away and the scenery is in Hong Kong. 10km is a staggering distance, and I didn’t even think it would be possible to control a drone over such a long distance. It seems possible though and the scenery is just incredible. Apparently it took several months to prepare this “little” adventure. Nevertheless it was worth it. The flight took less than 14 minutes. Watch the video below and be prepared to be amazed.

Does anybody know what chocolate bar that was? Kinder Bueno? Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015