If you’re feeling sorry for yourself, just remember, at least you’re not a frog.

In fact, one look at BBC Life’s breathtaking video of this little guy, and all your problems will likely seem much less grave. After all, when’s the last time you had to fend off a snake attack and nearly fall to your death?

That’s what we thought. Luckily, this little guy made it to safety. If anything, this video shows just how many epic moments happen in nature that usually go unwitnessed by humans. Little frog, it’s now time to conquer the world. You mad snake?

A law of nature, don’t mess with a Rhino. I wonder how it ended? Was the Warthog gored, did it get up and stroll away? Silly zoo, clearly these dudes don’t belong in the same environment.

If you don’t mind not getting a good night sleep for the next three months, and jumping fifteen meters every time a blade of grass touches your ankle, watch this video.

Although this jumping spider is relatively small, when filmed with a macro lens it becomes something out of a dream. The way I feel right now is that if a giant spider doesn’t come along and kill me soon, the anticipation will.

A scourge of mosquitoes get fat with blood while feasting on the all-you-can-eat arm of some soon to be itchy human. Pretty awesome that they were able to document the exact moment they contracted malaria.

Imagine yourself as a small mouse or rat as this Eagle Owl drops in for a bite. The owl coming at you at 1000 frames per second is incredible!

These next two epic sequences of a bald eagle catching a fish were recorded simultaneously with two high speed cameras with Full HD resolution.

God I love these creatures. That stupid little fish never saw the claws of hell swooping in until it was to late.

A Great White Shark attacks a diving cage just off Seal Island, Gaansbai in South Africa.

C’mon dudes, hold the camera still. It’s like you’ve never been attacked by a Great White Shark before.

A major feature length production from BBC Earth Films, One Life has been created from 10,000 hours of incredible, intimate footage of amazing creatures that are in turn heroic, strange, loveable, beautiful and surprisingly funny.

One Life is voiced by Daniel Craig and offers an accessible narrative that everyone will love.

It is directed by Michael Gunton and Martha Holmes from the BBC Natural History Unit and is a joyful celebration of the most brilliant and imaginative stories of survival from the natural world.

This is the moment when a shark expert risked life and limb by paddling on a surfboard just feet away from a great white shark.

South African Chris Fallows, who runs diving and shark-spotting trips off Cape Town, went paddle boarding off the coasts of South Africa and Mexico, moving within sight of the predators in an attempt to dispel the theory that they post a threat to humans.

Can he keep his balance?

Damn, I’m going to be checking my bed for snakes for weeks now after watching this. Maybe I should just get a pet Honey Badger to watch my back. They are pretty gnarly characters. We’d become best friends and I would totally watch its back when it’s out stealing eagle eggs or whatever it does for kicks.

If you are one of those people who see their pet as their very own child, this video may make your ‘child’ appear to be a bit of an underachiever.

This dog is better at board sports than most humans! Someone needs to hook up a Vitamin Water deal or something, turn this dog pro and give him a reality TV show.

Watch this dog rip at everything below.

If you mess with the bull you get the horns. If you play with elephants, your going to get squashed like a ripe grape. If you randomly grab a hot girl’s behind, your going to prison…I’m making these up, but you get the idea. This guy is officially our idiot of the week. He teases an alligator until it bites his hand. Nice one.

On a rocky slope, a male grizzly bear is confronted by a female grizzly who is determined to protect her cubs.

Take a closer look at the weird and wonderful life of the Archer Fish and the Velvet Worm in this great video from BBC animal show ‘Weird Nature’. See how a fish can create an effective water pistol for attack and how a worm can create a glue filled web to lassoo its victims.

Brb, I’m tripping out.

Native snails in New Zealand are big, mean and carnivorous. They hunt their prey by stealth. When the attack comes, it is sudden, ruthless and fatal. This is awesome. How long until I can see a 300 foot version eating New York City in 3D with surround sound?

An impressive masterpiece about an encounter between a spider and moth.

Beautiful produced and rendered, action packed, visually stunning, poetic, amazing…I’m running out of adjectives here. Just give it a watch, epic stuff.

What the hell is going on here! In this anxiety inducing video, you get to watch shark expert Valerie Taylor feed a Great White Shark by hand! At the end, she actually pats the shark on the head. Holy crap its the Shark Whisperer.

Slow motion filming techniques transform amazing wildlife moments into full scale events, and simple action into incredibly detailed video sequences. The results are impossible to imagine let alone perceive with the naked eye. Explore some of the most memorable and glorious super slow motion sequences of the natural world ever filmed. More after the jump!

Jellyfish Lake is located on Eli Malk island in the Republic of Palau. Twelve thousand years ago these jellyfish became trapped in a natural basin on the island when the ocean receded. With no predators amongst them for thousands of years, they evolved into a new species that lost most of their stinging ability as they no longer had to protect themselves. They are pretty much harmless to humans although some people with very sensitive skin may get a minor irritation from them.