From the powerful earthquake that rattled Nepal to daredevil Nik Wallenda’s death-defying walk, here’s a look at this week’s trending weather videos.
Chinese wingsuiter Zhang Shupeng set a new wingsuit flying world record April 26 when he leapt from a hot air balloon at 8,150 meters without wearing an oxygen mask. Shupeng bested the old record of 8,000 meters.
Check out this adorable footage of a man walking and enjoying the beautiful scenery and turns back to see his baby sister basking in the sight in a different way.
More frightening video has emerged from Mount Everest where a massive avalanche caused by the earthquake killed 17 climbers.
On the morning of April 25, the Nepalese army rescued the son of Shyam Awal. The army tried until midnight the night before but were unsuccessful. The 4-month-old boy survived 22 hours beneath the rubble.
Crowds are flocking to the Jaggar Museum overlook on the Big Island to catch the breathtaking show.
While visiting the beach, this man decided to take some time to balance some rocks. With the help of some magic and gravity, the results are pretty unreal.
April 1, 2015, just east of the Ural Mountains the land gave. Alexander Giniyatullin captured the scene as land, snow and ice slowly crept over the bank. The slide consumed the road and a railway and knocked down trees.
Syrian Brown Bear Millie just can’t stand to be alone. At five months old, Millie would get anxious when her keepers would leave her side so they rescued a 10-month-old lab mix, King, from the shelter to keep her company.
A beagle was taking advantage of a nice spring day outside his home in State College, Pennsylvania.