What do volcanic eruptions, wing-suited base jumpers, and the adorable meerkat have in common? They're all featured in this week's edition of our Must-See Videos. We begin in the far east of Russia, site of the Shiveluch and Kliuchevskoi volcanoes.
British volcanic photographer Dr. Richard Roscoe travelled from Munich, Germany, in order to capture these volatile yet stunning volcanic eruptions. He stayed awake for as many as 20 hours straight in a bid capture this incredible footage. Due to the danger of the active volcano, Dr. Roscoe had to set up 3.5 miles away from Shiveluch in an area that had previously been decimated by earlier volcanic activity. Klichevskoi presented even more danger, forcing the doctor to set up some 12.5 miles away.
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