Birds vs Planes

Here is a collection of pictures of birds crashing into planes and helicopters causing great damage... not only to the planes but also to themselves. Music: Action House by His Boy Elroy Please COMMENT RATE and SUBSCRIBE

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Some of the worst plane crashes ever caught on camera.





Airplane Struck By Lightning
Lightning strikes airplane. Airplane struck by lightning. Video prior to the lightning strike: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P89kqc3OQdc





Russian Flying Fortresses
Unusual Russian Planes Russian army was by the idea of creating huge planes. At that times they were proposed to have as much propellers as possible to help carrying those huge flying fortresses into the air, jet propulsion has not been implemented at those times yet. Not much photos were saved since that times, because of the high secrecy levels of such projects and because a lot of time passed already. Still on the photo below you can see one of such planes - a heavy bomber K-7. Now modern history lovers in Russia try to reconstruct according the plans left in once to be top-secret Russian army archives their look in full color. This is one example based on ideas of Russian aviation engineers of that times.





Octopus Caught While Kayak Fishing
http://www.hobiefishing.com/ http://nextadventure.net/ Bryce hooked into a octopus which he originally thought was a snag. I was able to get some pretty sweet underwater shots while it was next to his kayak. The octopus was kept and enjoyed. It swallowed a pretty large hook so its survival was unlikely. I used a Kodak Playsport (Zx3) to film this. Further info for the people commenting: For the record, I didn't kill it, or eat it. I just filmed it. Also, it was not wasted. Its sacrifice was well respected among those that did eat it. I'm not a biologist of any kind, but a simple search on the internet shows that octopuses are not a rare animal. In fact, there is evidence that suggests they are overpopulated in their range. They have a life-span of 3 to 5 years so I'm guessing because of its size that this one was nearing the end of that span. So, I would rather it be killed quickly and not wasted than it be set free to suffer and starve for the last year or so of its life with a six inch hook in its mouth. To all the "Internet Marketers": The answer is no. I am not interested in your "promotional opportunity".




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