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Slow Motion Underwater Fart

Is this trash or is this art? We will let you decide, but what we do know is that it is most definitely a fart. And not a normal, common gaseous emission but a glorious slow motion underwater fart. The video called “Underwater Flatulence in 120 Fps” has been made by Israeli artist Micky Zilbershtein and

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Snoring Hummingbird

Snoring hummingbird. Snoring hummingbird. Snoring hummingbird. We love this snoring hummingbird! This mesmeric video was recorded by scientists in a Peruvian lab who were studying the sleeping patterns of hummingbirds. Hummingbirds have an exhausting life – in order to “hover” they have to beat their wings between twelve and eighty times per second. To achieve

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Crab Sand

When is sand not sand? When its crab sand…Squirm and itch in creepy amazement as this sand comes alive with thousands of tiny crabs.

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Freaky Pavement

Watch this weird video of a pavement “breathing”. This spooky video was filmed in the Italian town of Cadimare.     Apparently there is a rational explanation for this weird video – water. The stone pavement is located next to the dock and as the sea comes in, the force of the tidal water is

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Boob Twerking

Be amazed at what this talented woman can do with her breasts.   How does she do it? By flexing her pecs, Sara X, model and boob-twerker extraordinaire, is able to make her breast implants rise and fall with the music. The music by the way is Beethoven’s Für Elise.

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Dancing Frogs Legs

The Freaky love this weird video of detached frogs legs dancing. It’s not a camera trick it’s a quirk of nature – even when a frog’s legs have been dismembered they will twitch when salt is added to them. This is because the legs still contain some living cells and can respond to the sodium

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The man with a 13 inch tail

In the womb we have a tail but by the time we are born it has been absorbed by the body. But Chandre Oram, a tea-estate worker, in West Bengal was born with his and is now a man with a 13 inch tail. Oram has refused any operation to remove his tail and because of