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-11 1. Illuminati commented 7 years ago

To bad it is low quality video...
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+3 2. Afalari commented 7 years ago

Car at 00:37?
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+9 3. KikooStyle commented 7 years ago

K.O. *NATURE WINS*
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+23 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 7 years ago

Oh how Mother Nature just loves a high fiber diet!
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+8 5. zaltysss commented 7 years ago

thats a lot of wood
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+4 6. yajirou commented 7 years ago

I like the fact that we have to wait for it. Nature can be scary and it's amazing to be able to film right at the moment. Peaceful at the beginning and then fullpower for the nature.
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+8 7. Pyranthos commented 7 years ago

Wow, that was unexpected! Mental note, always watch upstream when messing about in a river or stream, heh
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+1 8. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

Just nature taking out the trash!
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+3 9. Voutelamberopipi commented 7 years ago

Mother Nature eats mexican food too.
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+9 10. s1nn0cence commented 7 years ago

#5, that's what she said :D
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+7 11. drsilver commented 7 years ago

I wonder if this is not nature and man-made. Releasing of a dam or something...

Anyone have the story behind this?
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+2 12. Thanny commented 7 years ago

Ah, so that's what liquid wood looks like.
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+1 13. oldschool commented 7 years ago

top middle at 37sec like #2 said looks like a ute
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+2 14. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

What the hell was that? a logjam that burst?
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-9 15. captain_obvious commented 7 years ago

how long would a child stay alive in that? just wondering.... :O
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0 16. Threeme2189 commented 7 years ago

Mother Nature trying to be a toothpick factory.
Go home Mother nature, you're drunk!
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+3 17. RealDollNipSlip commented 7 years ago

I'm pretty sure this was a controlled dam release which is why the cameraman was prepared to film this.
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+4 18. kozy commented 7 years ago

It looks more like dam opening to me. People were waiting for it, there was normal river and two seconds later there was hell. Floods from heavy rains doesn't escalate so quickly. And I never saw so many similar and wet looking toothpicks in such a small river. Looks more like wood accumulated in dam. Also at the end of video there is just water and no more wood.
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+4 19. Vaypay commented 7 years ago

#18 Agreed that this one looks artificial but it can also happen with a natural buildup of wood and really bad weather as in here: http://www.eturbonews.com/3038/three-german-tourists-drown-while-canyoning-f
I know it because I talked with a local guide after the accident.
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+1 20. LQoQK commented 7 years ago

18# & 19# thanks, at least I have an idea on what the causes are
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+1 21. Teqskater commented 7 years ago

Beaver dam comming downstream :). Maybe, just guessing. Well....for very big beavers.
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0 22. sacredmaniac commented 7 years ago

It kinda looks like man-made. Maybe they're using water stream to carry woods.