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Startling animal encounters caught on camera. An NFL star takes a big plunge. A former judge is dragged out of court. These are the must-see videos for the week.

Saved by the hero next door

Guests at a Montana Lodge were met with an unexpected visitor, after a black bear was found in the women's bathroom. In an astonishing video shared by the Bucks T-4 Lodge in Big Sky, hotel workers were shocked to encounter the young black bear resting atop the bathroom countertop, seemingly un-fazed by the all-but-ordinary setting.
Hotel guests find bear lounging on ladies' room counter
00:48 - Source: CNN

Neighborhood cameras catch the moment a dog attacks a 6-year-old boy in Houston. The scene looks grim until a 19-year-old man appears to sprint across the neighborhood to intervene.

Landing in (hot) water

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Counterprotesters crash KKK cookout
01:46 - Source: WDRB

NFL superstar Tom Brady has been known to jump off a cliff or two in his day. But this time, he posted video of his 6-year-old daughter taking the plunge with him. Reaction to this decision? Mostly negative.

It’s fine, the shark can keep it

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Conan attempts to read the weather report in Greenland
06:44 - Source: CNN

The floor may be lava, but retired Gen. Wesley Clark isn’t leaving phones to chance either. He chucked his phone after it started ringing during a live interview with CNN’s Jim Sciutto.

Lookout below

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TV channel's unusual mishap involving Harry and Meghan
01:38 - Source: CNN

An SUV plunged into a sinkhole that opened as it approached an intersection in Pennsylvania. The driver was able to escape the sudden crater much easier than the vehicle.

Drink up, little buddy

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Crying baby irritates Bernie Sanders during event
02:08 - Source: CNN

Some cyclists in South Australia was stunned by a thirsty koala that approached them on their ride. As the country deals with deadly bushfires and record-breaking heat waves, wildlife there has been devastated.