A storm hit Whitehaven, Cumbria on Thursday 5th December. Harbour walls were breached, with some flooding occurring. Part of the harbour wall near to the lock gates collapsed. Credit: Newsflare/seanduffy.me
Using a specialized dredge with a camera mount, called the PelagicView Dredge, these fishermen were able to capture amazing footage of a Mako shark eating bait off of Ocean City, MD. Make sure to find more information here: youtube.com/davey8128
Incredible rescue footage: man survives three days trapped underwater
THE SOLE survivor of a capsized ship is rescued after THREE days spent 30 metres underwater in this astonishing video. Ship's cook Harrison Okene, 29, spent 62 hours below the surface after his tugboat, Jacson 4, overturned off the coast of Nigeria. Video footage taken by a rescue diver shows Harrison reach out a hand to one of the rescue crew.
Videographer / Director: DCN Diving Group
Editor: Joshua Douglas
Watch the new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. For Peter Parker, there’s no feeling quite like swinging between skyscrapers and spending time with Gwen (Emma Stone). But being Spider-Man comes at a price: only he can protect his fellow New Yorkers from the formidable villains that threaten the city. With the emergence of Electro (Jamie Foxx), Peter must confront a foe far more powerful than he. As his old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), returns, Peter comes to realize that all of his enemies have one thing in common: OsCorp.
This footage, taken at Highgate Cemetery in London, on the 21st of October, shows what appears to be a wallaby skulking in the bushes and around gravestones. Maurice Melzak, a local videographer, managed to film this video yesterday morning. Of the unexplained appearance, Maurice comments “Highgate Cemetery is a mysterious and wonderful place. It already has many non-native species, including all sorts of insects and arachnids, grey squirrels, ring-necked parakeets and the occasional muntjak deer. Maurice Melzak, a local videographer, managed to film this video yesterday morning. Of the unexplained appearance, Maurice comments “Highgate Cemetery is a mysterious and wonderful place. It already has many non-native species, including all sorts of insects and arachnids, grey squirrels, ring-necked parakeets and the occasional muntjak deer. “So maybe the odd wallaby isn’t such a bizarre notion?” Visitor and volunteer coordinator Melanie Winyard said someone first spied the marsupial, which belongs to the same family as the kangeroo, on Sunday. “It’s quite extraordinary and so unexpected,” she said. “The West Cemetery is quite secure so it’s a mystery how he got in there but now he’s in, it’s quite a good place to be as he won’t be crossing the roads.” Credit: Newsflare/Maurice Melzak