A guy literally does a somersault over a charging bull...
This postal dog not only delivers your mail, but he drives and gives directions! damn funny....
Test Your Eye Color Blindness TestWhat do your see ?
doggy wants to play. hedgehog wants none of it.
French Bulldog Clark playing
crazy ski crash mix from downhill skiing in austria
Este é um Liger, seu nome é Maverick, cruzamento de Leão com Tigresa. O maior de todos os felinos, chega a ser duas vezes maior que o leão ou o tigre.
The rider died after a horrible crash. The car he was racing never stopped.
Maryland -- Thick smoke and dark conditions likely meant the driver of a car that plowed into a group of people on a suburban road early Saturday, killing eight, never saw the crowd, police said. The deadly crash happened when about 50 people who had gathered to watch a drag race spilled onto the highway to watch two racing cars speed off. Police said the white sedan was not involved in the street race but accidentally drove into the crowd. "There were just bodies everywhere; it was horrible," said Crystal Gaines, 27, whose father was among the dead. Gaines said she grabbed her child but could not help her father, William Gaines Sr., 61. "He wasn't breathing, he wasn't moving," she said. "His body was in pieces." Gaines said the car did not have its lights on, but police could not confirm that. The white sedan hit people standing on the side of Route 210 around 3:40 a.m., Prince George's County Police Cpl. Clinton Copeland said. A tractor-trailer that came by shortly afterward may also have struck someone on the road as it tried to avoid the crash, he said. "It's probably one of the worst scenes I've seen," Copeland said. "This is a situation that could have been avoided, and it's a very tragic situation." The victims ranged in age from their 20s to 60s, police said. Seven people were pronounced dead at the scene, and an eighth died later at a hospital. At least five people were injured. Hours after the accident on the divided highway in Accokeek, bodies covered in white sheets were scattered along what police were calling a 200-yard crime scene. Some were in the road, while others were on the shoulder.