The crane traveling video that went viral this week is a story of resilience.
For a crane to travel around the world, it must first make it all the way to the end of a long and winding route.
It is then hoisted to a height, and from there it must descend the other side of the world to land in a new spot.
The crane’s journey can be arduous.
But with good weather, it can reach many parts of the globe, from the tropics to the Arctic.
As its journey takes it into the heart of the troposphere, its wings are also exposed to the elements.
A video released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture this week showed a crane on the U,S.
S Pioneer, a tugboat that travels from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean.
In a way, this crane is like a tourist who goes to an island and stays on the island for a day or two before returning to his or her hotel, according to U.N.ICE’s Chief Economist, Nanda Devi.
This crane, on the other hand, is traveling around the globe to build a new home.
In the video, a crane moves through a sea of green grass, looking for a new landing spot.
The crane then reaches the ground, and is lifted up, as if the crane is floating.
The video has gone viral, and the crane’s plight is a topic of conversation on the web.
There are a lot of videos out there that show a crane making its way around the planet.
The U.K. website, For The Love Of, has hundreds of examples of this crane going around the country.
On Tuesday, The Daily Show featured an example of a crane being transported across the Atlantic, a clip that had more than 10 million views on the site.
The U.A.E. has also been hit by the viral craze.
The country is in the midst of a drought and many people are searching for new ways to survive.
One popular video, which was shared nearly 20,000 times on Facebook, shows a farmer pulling a huge crane into a ditch while a woman shouts out, “That’s amazing.”
“It’s incredible,” the farmer says.
“It is the first time in my life I’ve ever seen a crane get so far.”
The crane, in fact, is the largest in the world.
It’s about 2.5 meters (6 feet) tall.
It has a span of 3 meters (9 feet) and is used to transport water and other commodities.
The first video that came out was in 2009, when a crane was moving across the Pacific Ocean, according Toena Dassa, a U.C. Berkeley professor of architecture who specializes in the building of large structures.
This crane was in the middle of a huge pipeline project, and it had to cross the ocean.
The farmers had to make sure the crane was on the right track and not fall down, Dassac said.
“The farmers did not know how to build large structures like this,” she said.
The farmer who posted the video also said it was a “huge experience.”