A skier was caught up in a huge avalanche as it crashed down a mountain - but miraculously escaped unharmed.
The incredible moment was caught on video as several unsuspecting skiers were using the slopes.
In the video, several small areas of snow fall down the mountainside, destabilising the area above.
Suddenly a huge avalanche forms, and a cloud of snow falls down onto the slope where several skiers are passing.
One skier seems to get caught in the landslide but reportedly escaped unscathed.
No injuries have been reported in the incident.
The video was filmed at Baquiera Beret, Spain's largest ski station located in the Catalan Pyrenees.
Incredible images and footage has revealed a new population of what is believed to be the world's rarest fish.
Stunning clips show the Red Handfish sitting on the seabed using its hands like flippers to walk along it.
Fascinating close-ups show the rarely seen red and orange fish as it navigates its way past some plants.
A red warning was issued to airlines after a volcano erupted in Indonesia sending hot dense clouds of ash shooting more than 16,400ft (5,000m) into the air and rolling down its slopes on Monday.
Despite dramatic images emerging from the scene at Mount Sinabung on the island of Sumatra, there were no reported fatalities or injuries from the morning eruption.
Three volcanoes are currently erupting in Indonesia, which is located on the fault lines around the Pacific Basin known as the "Ring of Fire".
25 people were killed in Mount Sinabung eruptions in recent years.
Seven people were killed in 2016, 16 people died in the 2014 explosion and two people were killed when in 2010.
Prior to 2010, the volcano had been dormant for approximately 400 years.
This is the stomach-churning moment a centipede embraces dozens of its babies that have just hatched.
The insect gives motherly love to her offspring in footage filmed in Meycauayan City in Bulcan in the Philippines.
It shows the six inch long creature - of the Scolopendra Morsitans species - taking care of the freshly-hatched tiny offspring.
She wraps herself around the tiny translucent beings to protect them from would-be predators like mice or toads.
A massive earthquake hit Mexico Friday evening, leaving buildings shaking throughout the southern portion of the country.
The earthquake was first measured as a 7.5-magnitude and later lowered to having a 7.2-magnitude by the U.S. Geological Survey. The epicenter was found along the Pacific coast near Santiago Ixtayutla, a town in the state of Oaxaca in the southwestern area of the country.
There is no tsunami threat from the quake, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.
Videos on social media show people in the streets grabbing onto a car as the ground started shaking. Footage inside a building show lights swaying back and forth with people lined up along a hallway.
Scientists in California have analysed 101 major earthquakes around the Pacific Ring of Fire, a horseshoe-shaped geological disaster zone, between 1990 and 2016.
They believe a cluster of tremors around the area could indicate a “big one” is due to hit.
Earthquakes have already struck in Japan, Tawain, Guam and Indonesia in the past few weeks.
Thorne Lay, professor of Earth and planetary sciences at UC Santa Cruz, said: "Based on the clustering of earthquakes in space and time, the area that has just slipped is actually more likely to have another failure."
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico on Friday, a prolonged rumble that the government said had caused minor damage to buildings in the southern state of Oaxaca, but with no preliminary reports of deaths.
The epicenter was about 90 miles (145 km) from Pacific coast surfer resort Puerto Escondido in the southern state of Oaxaca and had a depth of 15.3 miles (24.6 km), according to the US Geological Survey.
Both the south of Mexico and the capital are still reeling from earthquakes that caused widespread damage in September and the powerful, sustained shaking on Friday caused widespread panic.
Patricia Gutierrez, a 66-year-old English teacher, was taking a nap with her 11-month-old granddaughter, Juliet, when she heard an earthquake alarm in Mexico City.
Terrifying footage captured the moment two window cleaners clung on for their lives when a storm hit as they were suspended high up in the air.
The workers were standing on a flimsy-looking platform as the wind tossed them about 100s of feet up in the air while they worked on a skyscraper in China .
Traffic could be seen passing far, far below as the wind repeatedly smashed the workers' light platform into the building.
A giant ' Stranger Things ' style cloud left morning commuters terrified after it appeared to 'roll' across the orange-pink skyline.
The bizarre phenomenon, which some onlookers took to be very similar to the storm clouds created by the 'shadow monster' in the hit Netflix series, baffled workers during morning rush hour.
It appeared to 'roll' across the sky as a one huge tube-shaped mass in Richmond, Virginia.
An underwater photographer was enjoying a day out in the beautiful environment of Coral Bay, Western Australia, when he spotted a loggerhead turtle fighting back against the might of a tiger shark.In the end, the turtle was not strong enough to resist the shark, and was killed.
A hotel has collapsed in eastern Taiwan after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake rocked the island late on Tuesday.
The quake hit at 11.50pm (3.50pm GMT) around 13 miles northeast of the port city Hua-lien, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Images on local television showed the Marshal Hotel in Hua-lien slanted on its side, partially crumpled into the ground.
Local media reported a number of buildings had toppled with around 30 people potentially trapped in the collapsed hotel, with others crawling to safety or being evacuated.
Incredible video footage has captured the moment an amazing rainbow cloud suddenly appeared in the sky.
The multi-coloured light, which appears like a hole in the middle of the sky, was caught on camera in Fazenda São João, a tourist hotspot in Parana, Brazil.
Salesman André Luiz Nassif caught the moment on camera during a break from work on Sunday, January 28.
The phenomenon is actually known as irisation and occurs and is defined as multiple mixed iridescent colours caused by sunlight being diffracted in clouds .
Meteorologist Graziella Goncalves told UOL : "It occurs due to the decomposition of sunlight in the seven colours of the rainbow."
A volcano has blasted a huge ash cloud and lava almost 6,500 feet into the air as experts warn there could be bigger eruptions to come.
Activity at the site gets is intensifying and the local area has been put on a level two alert.
Chilling footage of the blast was released by the Mexican authorities of the Popocatepetl volcano.
The alert level means similar activity is expected in the coming days and a 12-kilometre (7.5-mile) safety radius has been introduced.
Popocatepetl is a popular landmark and an active stratovolcano, built up of alternate layers of lava and ash.
This is the moment Brits watched in horror as a 70mph winds tore down scaffolding around a high-end luxury flat development.
The video shows the metal poles crashing down onto cars below as the wind ripped off sheeting wrapped around the 18 storey building.
Owners of the under-construction flats in Gibraltar said the accident happened when strong winds tore apart dozens of steel eye bolts and bent the scaffolding poles.
The video was taken by Andrea van Veggel, an arachnid enthusiast from Nashville, who regularly posts footage of nail-biting spider attacks
A massive explosion has taken place at volcano in the Philippines leading to fears of a major eruption within days.
A huge giant mushroom-shaped cloud shot up from Mount Mayon, the country's most active volcano, today.
The explosion darkened the skies and rained ash on communities where tens of thousands have fled after warnings of an impending eruption.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) raised its alert on Mayon to level 4 after the explosion - meaning a hazardous eruption is imminent.
Mayon is the country's most active volcano and has been spewing ash and lava since January 13 already displacing close to 40,000 residents in the central province of Albay.
Storm David has been battering the UK with strong winds literally knocking people off their feet.
Dutch forecasters had issued "code red" warnings for high winds, with at least two deaths reported in the Netherlands.
Videos from the Scandinavian nation showed people falling as they wind picks them up off their feet.
In another a cyclist almost lost his bike and a portable toilet got blown away in a third.
The British Met Office faced criticism for failing to name the ferocious storm that battered the country with destructive 95mph winds and another blast of heavy snow, catching some by surprise.
Wisconsin isn't alone when it comes to the cold and snow. The latest blast of wintry weather brought accumulations as far south as the Gulf Coast! Wednesday morning started off with snow cover in all 50 states and 52.3 percent of the country covered in the white stuff.
To have snow on the ground in all 50 states at the same time, is a fairly rare feat. The last time all 50 states had snowfall on the ground at the same time was on February 12th, 2010.
A little known fact about Hawaii is that it often snows. Of course, that is always on the Big Island's Mauna Kea volcanic peak. Typically, the hardest state to get accumulating snowfall is Florida. This season has already featured three snowfall events in northern Florida!
The Netherlands bore the brunt of the severe winter storms - the second this month - as bitter winds barrelled off the North Sea to hit the low-lying country with full force.
Residents of southeast Michigan were left a bit shaken Tuesday night after a big bright flash lit up the sky and the ground beneath them shook.
A flying saucer? No. A shooting star? Not quite.
The National Weather Service eventually solved the mystery, tweeting "USGS confirms meteor occurred around 810 pm, causing a magnitude 2.0 earthquake."
This is the startling moment a bright meteor was seen sweeping across the night sky - causing a powerful explosion which rattled homes.
The fireball hurtled past places such as Ohio, Michigan and Ontario - with one woman even claiming a piece of the rock fell on top of a house.
The giant ball of flames was spotted around 8pm on Tuesday night - stunning motorists who had been driving along a road in pitch black.
The United State Geological Survey registered a 2.0 magnitude tremor about four miles east of Saint Clair Shores in Eastern Michigan.
And the National Weather Service confirmed it was not a meteorological event but more likely a meteor.
Cars flooded on Pearl Avenue due to high tides in Revere, Ma
A man was chased back into his house in terrifying footage as flash flooding hit his neighbourhood in California.
Marco Farrell captured video of the moment the water arrived, that eventually filled his home with around three feet of mud.
He says he was woken up by the heaviest rain he had ever heard.
As he stood as his front door, Marco shouted at a driver to turn round as the water came chasing down his road.
He can be heard shouting: "Oh my God, mum!" before rushing back towards his house and locking the door.
At least five people were killed and homes were swept from their foundations Tuesday as heavy rain sent mud and boulders sliding down hills stripped of vegetation by a gigantic wildfire that raged in Southern California last month.
Rescue crews used helicopters to lift people to safety because of blocked roads, and firefighters slogged through waist-high mud to pull a muck-covered 14-year-old girl out of the ruins of a home in Montecito, northwest of Los Angeles, where she had been trapped for hours. She was taken away on a stretcher.
Five bodies were found in and around Montecito, Santa Barbara County Fire Department Capt. Dave Zaniboni said.
It’s the duty of every cat in the kingdom to teach their young how to hunt.
This video highlights how efficient and skilled the young quickly become.
Predators also hunt along tar roads, as their victims might not always find it so easy to get a grip, making them slip and become vulnerable targets.
When a scuba diver spotted this octopus he couldn't resist catching the changing colours of its body on camera.
Trying to protect itself from any potential predators, the sea creature looks as if it is lighting up as it tried to blend in with its surroundings.
And as it swims along the seabed the camera follows its every move capturing the incredible light show on film.
Hector Seguin Jr filmed the octopus when he went diving at Ewa Pinnacles, O'ahu, Hawaii.
Spectacular drone footage of Mount Etna's volcanic activities during 2017 has emerged. The clip features a sequence of big explosions, lava fountains and ash emissions. Etna, located in Sicily, is Europe's tallest and most active volcano.
Huge blocks of ice shatter car windscreens as they fall from the sky on the world's longest bridge.
Traffic came to a standstill as terrified motorists tried to avoid the falling chunks of ice.
Footage taken by drivers shows dozens of vehicles having stopped on the Erqi Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province, as they wait out the morning thaw.
The video shows ice chunks plunging from hundreds of feet above as they thaw under the morning sun and then crash on to the road along the9,586-foot long, eight-lane motorway bridge.
The Kadovar Island volcano spewed smoke and ash, Sunday, after awakening for the first time in centuries. More than 500 people were evacuated as a result. The volcano was thought to be dormant; the last-known eruption was recorded in the 17th century.