While hiking through the desert in Arizona, Zak Anderegg found a puppy in a 350-foot deep Canyon (100m) and decided to go back with equipment to rescue the poor dog.
The other day we showed you an innovative way of climbing up a coconut tree, here's an even more simple way.
Don't miss the drop at the end.
A Brazilian man has created an ingenious device to facilitate and secure the task of climbing up trees such as coconut trees.
Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson, aka Gregor Clegane or 'the Mountain' in 'Game of Thrones' deadlifts 994 pounds to be precise (that is 450kg).
This 25-year-old Icelandic strongman is 6'9" tall (2,06m) and weighs 419 lbs (190kg). He's the strongest man in Iceland and the 3rd strongest man in the world. Not bad...
One of the weirdest penalties ever was scored by Ashad Ali Adubarey during the match that opposed the Maldives to Afghanistan in the AFC Challenge Cup.
Some fans were throwing paper airplanes during the match between England and Peru when one of them made a perfect headshot!
A man successfully caught a one-year-old baby who fell from a second story window in Xiaolan Town, south China.
Airport security officer's mind-blowing catch to save a baby
We've got here another beautiful example of true sportsmanship. MMA fighter Mike Panhtangco taps out for his opponent, but for a good reason..
"Jack Nicklaus shows Johnny Miller how to putt from 102 feet on the 10th green during the opening round of the Nicklaus designed The Golf Club at Harbor Shores. Miller had summoned his caddie for a sand wedge so he could chip the ball instead of putt. Nicklaus did not want Miller hacking divots out of his newly minted golf course so he set out to show him how to putt the ball and ended up reminding Miller & everyone else just why he is the greatest golfer ever."
They can wash it off with water, so he's not being an a-hole himself...
Surely inspired by this video:
Here's your inspirational video of the day. Ibrahim Hamato lost both of his arms in an accident when he was 10 but this didn't stop him from keeping his dream alive . He now plays against world champion table tennis players despite only being able to handle the paddle with his mouth.