6 weeks since the last gif and video-fest. Here's what I've found since then...
Wait for the very end on this one
Yet another example of a gas station credit-card skimmer
Mother and child narrowly escape death
Another danger of plastic
Where 26-year-olds live (fifty years of data)
Scaling an "impenetrable" border wall
Nature and Science
Earthquake in a liquor store
A cluster of Monarch butterflies
Cone jellyfish eats another cone jellyfish
Pearls being harvested
Woman rescues a dog
Dog plays Jenga
How to pick up a snapping turtle
Dog takes in a chicken
The size of a wolf
For the "idiots in cars" category (not a fatal crash)
Instructional video. First you coat a balloon with chocolate...
Keep your seat belt fastened
Kids like this are why you pay so much for auto insurance
Getting rid of an ant or wasp nest in your yard
A dominoes variant
Excellent Halloween costume
The latest creation by Boston Dynamics
Drone light show
"Alien abduction" Halloween costume
"Book fountain" would be good in front of a library
Rapid access tool
Every home needs a stump grinder
I want to learn how to do this
Dashcam footage is excellent for encouraging seat belt usage
Stonecutter never misses
Machine harvests carrots
Sports and Athleticism
Children's relay race
This is apparently called an "elbow strike"
Catch a bass with your thumb
Clever lip-sync of Bo Rhap (best comment: "this is why girls take so long to get ready"
Who will catch the bride's bouquet?
Sexuality education video
Babies don't like to have grass touch their feet
Fire fighters in the Amazon celebrate
Prank to pull on a small child (wooden spoon would be better than a knife)
Children surprise a classmate
The embedded images come from a gallery at Amusing Planet illustrating the phenomenon of vivipary.
Fruits contain a hormone that prevents seeds from germinating. Once the fruit dies or the seeds are removed, the seeds are no longer exposed to these chemicals and can germinate freely. These hormones are necessary to allow the fruit to ripen and fall to the ground where conditions are more favorable for the young plant to survive. But sometimes that hormone runs out, and the seed starts germinating.