Most boats need to be towed out of the water, but not Iguana 29. This luxury watercraft is touted as the “world’s first amphibious boat,” complete with tank-style caterpillar tracks to navigate over various terrains with ease. You can travel at 40 knots, powered by a 300hp outboard engine, in water, before tackling rough terrain in a mere 3-seconds, at the touch of a button, thanks to a separate air-cooled engine. Its 300-liter fuel tank means the boat can travel 100-miles without needing a fill up. “Whether you want to go for a drink, go to a beach day no one can access, visit friends on the other site of the lake, fishing, water-skiing, hiking or just escape, you’ll value the freedom to drive effortlessly directly from the beach to the open water in a matter of seconds,” said a company representative. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of ants mysteriously circling an iPhone.