(CNN) - A safari group plays chase with a rhino. There's some fin lurking in the water. And who turned out the lights? These are the must-see videos for the week:
Boom goes the dynamite
A planned implosion in England fell to pieces thanks to some rogue debris. When a large chunk from the power station's cooling towers struck an electric pole, it was lights out for 40,000 homes. Talk about going out with a bang.
We're down here!
Thank goodness for cell phones! When a small plane had to make a water landing, the pilot dialed for help and gave directions to his location. He captured video of the Coast Guard rescue while he and the female passenger waited, calmly bobbing in the water.
Our hearts will go on
The Titanic's remains won't stay the same, but we'll never let go of our fascination with the ship. Divers captured new video from the 107-year-old wreck showing the effects of salt corrosion and metal-eating bacteria. Decades later, scientists still marvel at the ship's size.
Fish are friends, not food?
Despite what the sharks from "Finding Nemo" say, this tarpon had "snack" written all over it. At least, that's what a hammerhead shark thought when it noticed a fisherman's 180-pound catch. We're not judging; the diet starts on Monday anyway.
Tag! You're it!
Unicorns may not be real, but large, angry rhinos sure are. A white rhinoceros charged at a safari tourist group for more than a minute, and it was captured on video. It was probably jealous that they came for the leopards.