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The internet is stunned by a video of a Canadian woodland surface rising and falling as if the ground has lungs.

The fascinating footage was captured by Brian Nuttall at Apple River in Nova Scotia. Apparently Nuttall was out for a walk on October 30th, when he came across the strange sight and immediately pulled out his cellphone.

In the video, the forest floor looks like it is actually breathing. The video? Well, it has garnered more than three million views so far from online spectators. 

"As I entered a patch of trees spared from clear cutting, I noticed the ground moving," Nuttall said in a Facebook post. "I believe the larger trees are doomed to blow down but are currently spared, the smaller trees around them help hold each other up, as the wind pushes the trees into one another."

"The punishing prevailing winds have taken their toll on the side hill, the roots have loosened and the mossy ground from the once shaded forest floor are giving way, soon to be toppled over.

"The ground is dry on the side hill, all gravel with shallow top soil (4 to 6 inches) for roots, not wet, no underground rivers."