A US man has trained his beloved pooch to jump off his boat and into the ocean to catch live lobster.
The unbelievable events have all been caught on an underwater camera.
The owner, Alex Schulze, has trained his Labrador to dive down and pick up the lobster with his mouth and bring the catch back to the boat.
Schulze is also the co-founder of charity Devoted to the Ocean.
The group is devoted to sea turtle rescue and ocean conservation programs.
It's not just our US friends who get up to all sorts of weird and wonderful things.
The land down-under is filled with unique events, inventions and people.
Bob Hawke skulls beer at SCG
Australia’s most famous drinking record was set by the legendary Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke in 1955.
He drank 2.5 pints of beer in 11 seconds at University College, Oxford.
The creepiest, crawliest, quirkiest Australia Day tradition is the annual Cockroach Races.
All in the name of charity Aussies gather ‘round to watch 500 roaches competing for racing glory.
For only $5 you can ‘purchase’ a cocky that you can name and enter in the race.
Our famous tourism icon
Over 30 years ago Paul Hogan took the US by storm as the 'loveable ocker' who urged tourists to put a shrimp on the barbie.
The exact line uttered by Hoges in the tourism advertisement that became so ingrained in the psyche of the US was: "I'll slip an extra shrimp on the barbie for you.
Australia's esky rider
Meet the man who is going to court to fight for his right to ride around on a motorised esky.
Each year Aussie’s compete for the prized Camel Cup in the Northern Territory.
It’s not the most comfortable ride for the jockeys.
After the race, it’s traditional for a drinking fest to commence.
Motorized park bench
A group of Aussie men were captured on video riding motorised picnic tables.
Onlookers were left stunned as they drove around the streets on the ‘vehicle’.
VB Victoria Bitter
Some of the most famous ads from the 80’s were for Victoria Bitter.
And the best cold beer is Vic became a classic catchphrase repeated in every household.