Hoopoe parenting: Found throughout Europe, Africa and Asia, Hoopoe birds are famous for their colorful, flamboyant looks. In this stunning slow-motion video featuring a mother and chick, we're able to see every individual flap of this majestic critter's wings.
Mentos and Diet Coke fountain: The Discovery Slow Down channel combines slow-motion photography with this classic cult science experiment to create this spectacular short film.
Shake it off: A soaking wet dog named Abbey channels her inner Taylor Swift as sheshakes off the excess water from her coat.
Bathing chipmunk: Tiny bathing rodents are already off-the-charts adorable, but somehow they manage to become even cuter when you add slow-motion technology to the mix.
Surfing: Pro surfer Ian Walsh effortlessly navigates a series of massive tubular wavesin this surreal slow-mo compilation shot around the world.
Dogs vs. peanut butter: Next time you whip up a peanut butter-based treat for your pup, be sure to have your camera handy to capture their reactions to the delicious, goopy substance.
Cutting a watermelon with rubber bands: Who knew rubber bands could be so destructive? In this video by the Slow Mo Guys, a watermelon buckles and explodes under the force of several hundred rubber bands.
Playful kitten: In this fascinating video, we can see just how far a cat is capable of stretching and contorting when it's on the prowl.
Diving kingfisher: This spritely, large-beaked bird is famous for its killer fishing ability, and this beautiful slow-motion video provides a stunning documentation of how it nabs underwater prey.