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Ants attack caterpillar in Ecuadorian Amazon [Video]Ants attack caterpillar in Ecuadorian Amazon

Footage shows a group of ants attacking a caterpillar in the Ecuadorian Amazon on February 10th. Insect enthusiast Ferhat Gundogu filmed the video during one of his visits to an eco-park in Puyo, Ecuador. He said: "I'm lucky to have seen this..

Newsflare -   00:26

Ecuador's 'Throat of Fire' volcano shows signs of potential collapse [Video]Ecuador's 'Throat of Fire' volcano shows signs of potential collapse

A massive volcano in Ecuador that stretches over 5,000 metres above sea level is showing signs of a potential collapse that could cause a destructive landslide, a new study reports.

Pelmorex Media -   00:46

A Volcano In South America Is Showing Signs Of 'Potential Collapse' [Video]A Volcano In South America Is Showing Signs Of 'Potential Collapse'

Scientists warn that Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano is showing signs of a “potential collapse.”

Geo Beats -   00:41

'Throat of Fire' Volcano Showing Early Warning Signs of Collapse [Video]'Throat of Fire' Volcano Showing Early Warning Signs of Collapse

Ecuador’s ancient, active Tungurahua volcano is rumbling and researchers say what could be coming may be worse than an eruption.

AmazeLab -   01:10

WEB EXTRA: Kids Racing Llamas in Ecuador [Video]WEB EXTRA: Kids Racing Llamas in Ecuador

Young jockeys and their pet llamas competed in the annual "Llamingada" race in Ecuador Saturday. Children ages four to 12 take part in the event. It’s custom for the kids to take care of the llamas by grooming and feeding them and making sure the..

CBS4 Miami -   00:33

Video: Children Racing Llamas [Video]Video: Children Racing Llamas

In Ecuador's Andes, llamas are the four-legged athletes of choice and children the jockeys. Katie Johnston reports.

CBS Dallas Digital -   00:34

Man in hot water after being caught kissing at game [Video]Man in hot water after being caught kissing at game

A man who was caught kissing a woman while attending a soccer game in Ecuador is now in hot water. Last Saturday, CBS reporter Roger Gonzalez shared a clip in which the man was at a match between Barcelona SC and Delfin. He is seen with his arm around..

In The Know Wibbitz -   01:06

These scuba divers find themselves surrounded by hammerhead sharks [Video]These scuba divers find themselves surrounded by hammerhead sharks

The Galapagos Islands are one of the most unique and mysterious areas of our planet. A province of Ecuador in South America, the Galapagos Islands are home to an abundance of life, both on land and in the ocean. It is here that some of the most..

Rumble Studio -   01:02

Jordi Cruyff unveiled as Ecuador's new coach [Video]Jordi Cruyff unveiled as Ecuador's new coach

Dutch soccer coach and former Barcelona and Manchester United player Jordi Cruyff iss unveiled as the new head coach of Ecuador's national team.

Reuters - Sports -   01:11

Tortoise's 'libido' saves his species [Video]Tortoise's 'libido' saves his species

SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, CALIFORNIA — A 100-year-old tortoise named, 'Diego' has been credited with saving his species after he was enlisted to help boost species numbers as part of a conservation program. Set up in 1965 the program has produced more..

TomoNews US -   01:38

The 10 Best Spots Worldwide for Your Retirement [Video]The 10 Best Spots Worldwide for Your Retirement

International Living has released a list of its top countries for people to settle when their working days are over.

Cover Video STUDIO -   01:36

Giant Tortoises knock over tree with their enthusiasm [Video]Giant Tortoises knock over tree with their enthusiasm

Giant Galapagos tortoises are one of the world's most iconic animals. They are descended from giant tortoises in Africa, yet they have adapted to life in their hostile environment on the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. Due to the long periods of..

Rumble Studio -   01:53

Julian Assange Says He's 'Slowly Dying' In Prison [Video]Julian Assange Says He's 'Slowly Dying' In Prison

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is slurring his speech and worried about dying in prison. That's according to a new report from British journalist and former Army officer Vaughan Smith. Gizmodo reports the journalist spoke with Russian state TV..

Wochit News -   00:45

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