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Baby Bear Video Sparks Drone Discussion

This video has sparked quite the convo on Twitter, some finding inspiration in this bear, others upset that the drone capturing the video may have interfered with the wildlife. Here's what people had to say:

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Video: Snowcat Driver Gets Gnarly in Inbounds Slide
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Video: Snowcat Driver Gets Gnarly in Inbounds Slide

Video: Snowcat Driver Gets Gnarly in Inbounds Slide

One doesn't think of snowcats as getting a whole lot of deep-powder action.  However, there are always exceptions to the rule, as proven by this video.  Avalanches are dangerous, so it's hard to get too stoked about someone getting caught in one, even someone within the relatively safe confines of a snowcat cab.  That being said, this is definitely the most exciting video of a snowcat we've ever seen.   Related: 26 Fatalities Make For Deadly Winter in Europe

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Video: These Avalanches in the Swiss Alps are Huge
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Video: These Avalanches in the Swiss Alps are Huge

Video: These Avalanches in the Swiss Alps are Huge

This video, shot in the alpine near Grimentz, Switzerland, just keeps on giving. A series of blasts each trigger massive avalanches along a ridgeline, until the whole ridge slides in what must be at least a quarter mile-wide avalanche. Spooky stuff. Related: 3-5 Feet or More of Snow Expected in the Sierras There’s something about avalanche videos that captures attention like almost nothing else. They are both short and sweet, and violently terrifying - almost like a minute-long horror

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Video: Ocean Ramsey Swims with Massive Great White
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Video: Ocean Ramsey Swims with Massive Great White

Video: Ocean Ramsey Swims with Massive Great White

Meet Deep Blue, a behemoth great white shark that’s been hanging out around Oahu, Hawaii, to feast on a decomposing whale carcass. Weighing more than two and a half tons and about 20 feet long, Deep Blue is a big deal because, well, she’s a floating tank. She's become quite the celebrity with both the oceanic community and all around shark enthusiasts. In fact, the 50-year-old fish has roughly 10,000 twitter followers. Amazing unseen footage shows rare encounter with world's