Wildlife of the Galápagos Islands

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Dave and Deb of The Planet D visit the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador and experience the amazing wildlife. From swimming with sea lions, Marine Iguanas and sharks, to walking with the famous Giant Tortoises , a visit to the Galapagos truly is a one-of-a-kind experience!

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National Geographic Documentary – Full documentary 2017 – Animals Mating Amazing Wildlife

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National Geographic Documentary – Full documentary 2017 – Animals Mating Amazing Wildlife

the driving force of life its sex every animal on earth has descended from a four billion year dynasty of successful breeders urge to breathe comes from genes that compel creatures to fight and even die for sex the evolution of sex has been the driving force behind the history of life it's a battleground where only the sexiest will triumph many of nature's bloodiest battles are fought for the sake of sex the reason for this passion is obvious but if I do so many creatures suffer so much for sex the benefit is not the act itself but continuing the family line sex is life's gateway to the future a way for genes to pass from one generation to the next and these genes drive both males and females to behave in extraordinary ways this quest for immortality can be life's ultimate challenge [Laughter] but in pursuing this quest one sex usually pays a higher price than the other often females are burdened with bringing up a babies while for the male's the only chore seems to be the act of sex itself sex aside it often seems that females could raise families on their own it's often the females that do the work and take the greatest risks who you hunting is always dangerous even when caught pre can still injure the hunters but sometimes it's the male rather than the female that makes the ultimate sacrifice this male Redback spider has found a female's lair but will she see him as a potential suitor or her next meal his footsteps vibrate the wave in a particular way that he hopes will identify him she gets the right message and stays still tentatively he maneuvers into place one false move and he'll be dead the spiders palps are packed with spelled he drums them against her abdomen as they play Lou to an extraordinary sexual act he plunges the pulp into the female and begins to transfer sperm but then he makes a bizarre move he flips his body over into the females jaws he forfeits his own life all for the sake of sex but there's method to his madness while she eats he continues to inject spam and more sperm means more babies to carry on his genetic line genetically it makes perfect sense he has to die sometime and by trading in his life early he ensures a bigger stake in the next generation amazingly suicidal strategies such as this are not uncommon in this river sockeye salmon are reaching the end of their lives over the past few weeks they have swum 1600 kilometers upstream from the ocean instinctively driven in search of sex it's the journey of a lifetime finally they reach the very gravel bed were they themselves first hatched but alone that exhausted by the struggle they have one last mission they must know compete for mates Emile's jostle one another for the chance to fertilize a females eggs the stakes are high those that win will breed and their genetic line will continue while those that lose are destined to evolutionary oblivion every salmon will die but some will live on through their offspring within each egg lie the blueprints of life genes inherited from both parents instructed by those genes a shapeless egg turns into a baby salmon a salmon with the genetic pedigree to breed successfully the secrets of breeding success are also passed from generation to generation within these genes but there are easier ways to pass on genes ways that don't require the sacrifices of sex these sea anemones can reproduce without a partner they don't need sex the anemones simply split themselves down the middle to create two identical animals clones to the it's a very effective way to breathe there's no need to expend time searching for meat and the process itself is quick in just a few hours one anemone can divide into babies able to reproduce in exactly the same way the young anemone is a perfect clone of its pimp sharing identical genes and cloning as a means of rapid reproduction is a method also used by more complex animals in the wake of a tropical cyclone a raft of vegetation drifts in the ocean on board is a small passenger a female gecko the raft runs aground Noren more thailand it's a safe haven but there are no other geckos here so no chance of her finding a mate but this gecko is no average castaway isolation isn't a problem for her it's an opportunity because she's fully equipped to reproduce alone once in the shady interior of the island she wastes no time and starting her own colony she lays eggs but she doesn't need a male to fertilize them the embryos that develop inside each are identical to the mother perfect clones several weeks later their baby geckos hatch that all female and can also lay eggs without needing to meet soon the island will be crawling with geckos all descended from a single mother in this species that are no meals breeding without sex might work well on an isolated island but it can be a perilous strategy elsewhere in the world where predators and disease are rampant in the Australian outback cloned geckos have a much tougher time they must be constantly on the lookout for danger the guana is one of the predators to avoid but other threats are much harder to hide from tiny parasitic mites are on the geckos I suck her blood unseen diseases can also kill them and if one gecko falls ill the whole population of identical clones is at risk like their Island relatives these geckos multiply rapidly each gives birth to numerous female clones but here cloning is a double-edged sword if a parasite finds a weakness in one gecko it can infect all the others the population can crash even faster than it grew but living alongside the clones our other female geckos that do peer with meals and multiply through sex the process takes twice as long since the male's don't have babies but sexual reproduction has a distinct advantage it mixes genes and creates unique offspring each with its own unique defense against infection parasites have a tough time spreading through this population by shuffling their genes during sex these geckos are better equipped to survive this key advantage helps explain why sex is so widespread but the advantages of sex may extend far beyond merely shuffling genes sex revitalizes the genes themselves the two sets of genes that come together during sex each have their own imperfections because genes get damaged from time to time sex actually repairs these faulty genes by replacing them with good copies from the other partner with sex constantly rejuvenating genes each generation becomes stronger than the last genes have been intermingling throughout the two billion year history of sex and it's the new combinations that result that propel evolution forward the amazing diversity of creatures on our planet today is a direct result of sexual evolution sexual animals must swap genes when they breed and in the mating game the challenge is to find the best this is how Alberto si do it after spending months apart alone at sea the birds are now compelled by their sexual urge to spend hour after hour in this ceremonial dance but this is not frivolous flirtation this is how they pick sexual partners Oh the female already carries a single large egg a rare and valuable contribution towards the next generation but a male produces millions of sperm tiny inexpensive packages of genes this difference in size is key to the evolution of sex for two billion years ago when it first evolved sex was a simple matter cells simply bumped into each other and then swapped genes but for an average cell living in a big ocean this wasn't always easy smaller more agile cells were better at finding partners enlarger fatto sells well stocked with energy were more easily found combining their talents these odd couples paired off faster than the rest soon the seas were filled with fills specialized for sex large eggs and tiny sperm were here to stay today the difference in size between eggs and sperm can reach amazing extremes from the outside the female Kiwi looks almost identical to her male partner but inside is a truly enormous egg she'll only produce a few in her lifetime the male on the other hand produces millions of sperm every time he mates enough to fertilize every female Kiwi on the planet quantity versus quality meal versus female each sex as its part to play in this game but some curious creatures play on both sides some of the animals here on Australia's Great Barrier Reef are hermaphrodites both male and female these flat worms produce both eggs and sperm but they don't fertilize themselves they need new genes to mix with their own so they search for partners just like any other creature but when they meet they first need to determine which will play the male and which the female they do this by penis fencing each flatworms stands at the other when it's harpoon-like penis trying to pierce the other worms skin the rules of this battle are simple the first worm to successfully stab the other wins and gets to flee the meal these flatworms even have two penises twice as effective in battle and capable of injecting all the more spam their sperm are small and they're plenty to spare while they keep their large valuable eggs in reserve but in this contest there's triumph and defeat the eggs from this union will be fertilized by the sperm with the winning genes and asset to the next generation for male animals spreading their genes is cheap and relatively easy the hard part for some is finding females in the first place like when they live in the vast tangled swamps of Venezuela here all eyes are on the lookout for a dangerous predatory female she's an anaconda the largest hunter in the swamp she can eat a caiman or a capybara with ease she's five and a half meters long and weighs almost a hundred kilograms and the larger she is the more young she can have her fertile body acts as a beacon to male anacondas she doesn't need to make any effort to find them niall anacondas are tiny in comparison at a quarter of her weight but he's sleek and agile and up to the all-important challenge of locating the female eventually he finds her but she's not alone eight other male anacondas are already wrapped around a female sometimes they remain entwined like this for more than a month each male has a pair of mating Spurs he uses to stimulate the female and persuade her to mate the male's wrestled to be the winner in this serpentine battle for sex the big female seems passive but her job is simply to attract the males while they fight amongst themselves she conserves her energy for later tuna her eggs female marine iguanas are sharp eyed and on the lookout from mates they choose partners based on the territory they possess so the larger males compete for the best spots until clear winners have emerged eating rather than mating is the females priority foraging is best when the tide is out and the females all race for the shoreline but for males food is off the agenda if they want sex they must stay and fight these often bloody battles sort out the men from the boys important information for females looking for strong mates but for now the females gods themselves on fresh seaweed food is vital to nourish the eggs growing inside them no matter how hard it is to reach the battles between males continue through the heat of the day eventually the winner will take center stage ready for the females return as the females travel up the beach they are watched by smaller meals not strong enough to win fights their tactic is to jump on passing females but this female wants a male that has proved his strength and battle she continues on towards the rocks a winning meal welcomes the females onto his patch he sniffs them to see if they're ready to meet but even this is no gang T of sex the male's still have to wait until the females accept them female iguanas pick their partners from a crowd of meals but how do other females pick the best when they only meet one meal at a time surprising answer has been found in the woods of Ohio in spring wolf spiders start to look for mates the female stays hidden wary of predators but she leaves a trail of silk for males to find when one locates it he detects the presence of a potential mate she senses his tapping signal then sees his waving legs but why does she choose this meal above all others something about him attracts her he has long bristles on his front legs Tufts that seemed to serve no practical purpose and he shows them off by giving her a weave could it really be his hairy legs that catch the female spiders eye to find out the spiders viewing habits have been analyzed on videotape a mini TV screen plays life-sized images of courting males to a female but this male has no hair Tufts on his legs and the female is unimpressed but when she sees a male with normal leg tufts she's interested and if he has huge leg tops she gets very excited if females by in theory leg sexy so will the daughters and they'll also have sons with hairy legs for these spiders healy legs are here this day battles between males have led to extreme displays of flamboyance especially among bards you and throughout the board world females carefully choose the best meals they can find but for some females the search continues even after they found a meat blue-footed boobies live in densely packed colonies they mate for life but that doesn't mean they're sexually faithful each female has a regular partner she can depend on to feed her chicks but when he's away she's not averse to a new romance when a female is home alone other males are more than happy to keep her company and file her mates away she's free to play the field infidelity makes sense she already has a committed partner but he may not have the best genes it's possible that another meal might have more to offer their brief courtship leads to an inevitable end like all meals this one's trying to spread his genes far and wide and the real bonus of this affair is that you won't have to bring up chicks meanwhile for regular partner goes on fishing in blissful ignorance but on his return he reclaims his partner it's to his advantage to do so repeated mating will keep his sperm in the race to fertilize her eggs competition amongst males often breeds dirty tricks and to further his own cause a male can use all manner of cunning ploys in the mountain meadows of Poland another male does more than cheat a few rivals he can exclude all his rivals it's the Apollo butterfly the males appear before the females ready to mate quickly when the time comes down below a female is about to emerge from this pupa she'll be mated just once by the mail fast enough to beat the competition as soon as she emerges something probably has sent alerts males to her presence and the race to find her is on before she's even taken her maiden flight she's discovered by this male but how can he make sure that he's the only lead she will ever have after successfully mating he fits her with the insect equivalent of a chastity belt to ensure that his will be the only genes she receives and then he leaves victorious no other male can mate with this female because he has sealed off all access with an impenetrable spiked plug that has now set hard the female had little choice in this meeting game but sometimes females have a surprising amount of influence this harem of female elephant seals has been won by a single male known as the beachmaster and it would seem that the females have no choice in the matter but the females discriminating tastes will soon be revealed when a visitor approaches the harem sneaking in from the sea a young bull is looking for an opportunity yes he's intent on seduction but the females raise objection to his advances [Applause] the commotion wakes the beachmaster who chases off the upstart bachelor [Applause] clearly size does matter but it was the females protests that led to his eviction [Applause] these females won't settle for second best the Hadean master is dominant but only because he gets a helping hand from his having of winning concubines female lions are also the willing subjects of powerful males females do the hunting but males defend the pride against attack from other lions if the males 'no pride die the females and Cubs are left extremely vulnerable there are always rolled males on the prowl ready to take control and an invading male will kill any Cubs he finds you you the death of the Cubs may seem brittle but it is not senseless killing the new male does it to make sure he won't be wasting his time protecting Cubs that aren't his own the female will soon bear his own young and he'll stick around to protect them from other marauding males in doing so he also protects the females new family despite their conflicts males and females must cooperate they need each other to bring their genes together in a vital combination a renewal of life and then tomorrow all around us live the descendants of a four billion year battle for survival at the heart of that battle is sex despite its cost and its complexity sex is here to stay new life is born every minute equipped with the right combination of genes from both parents ready to survive in an ever-changing world the triumph of the mating game is the future of life Oh ah Oh

Wolf Warrior 2 Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Indie

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Jaguar Cubs Fight for Food | Jaguars Born Free | BBC Earth

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As the jaguar orphans grow from cubs to adults, they must learn to fight, hunt for prey, and guard their kills.

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yeah we know that there's a carcass around that's already good sign Sharansky the gentle giant is trying to establish his dominance as the male see interesting that Yvonne she has taken over the core cast Kira is trying to approach me but see she's respect and she's giving him the space jagged of solitary hunters and defeat solitary Maya's wailing Kira is waiting for savage to finish his turn on it usually the male eats more than female he gets larger and the more dominant he becomes so he ends up eating first oh right now they all have enough on the space and they're waiting to see who's giving up and now all I see now my starting to feed but savant and Kira haven't decided yet like because I want you stirred to her Jaggers don't like physical contact that position is very clear that they are very very tense right now that is deadlocked where I think one is hoping for the other one to give up who really can start eating but none of them wants to give up look at that Kira is in a advantaged position because she's under Nisha much now and now she got a position at least she can breathe better now look good bad after 10 minutes the stalemate is finally broken Maya walks away from the fight she's still the smallest and can't compete with her more aggressive siblings eventually Kira proves to be the cleverest of all she chews through the rope and claims the prize all for herself with her praise secured Kira becomes extremely protective it's the first time one of the Jaguars has issued such a clear threat and even at this age Kira could easily kill the Android we have to leave leave her alone she's too aggressive and we should leave the cloaca Kira is losing her bond with people and developing the aggression she needs to live in the wild it's good to see that she's having that behavior that means she's confident she's growing but it's the right time to be outside of the enclosure

Experience Alaska – Wildlife

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Alaska’s National Parks have wildlife to experience at any time of year, and at any part of the state. Natural behaviors in natural habitats make wildlife viewing incredible.

an encounter with Alaskan Wildlife can be a profound experience and a memorable one that's in two black bear the first day I arrived you know oh just to remember yes a Yukon is that don't don't forget we saw links we saw bears caribou box the red fox and brown squirrels all over yeah Alaska is home to wildlife both large and small and each creature serves as a reminder that Alaska's habitat is rich supportive making all this wildlife possible the animals are sort of completely oblivious to the fact that we're there and we really get to see them interacting and engaging with their natural environment it's just wonderful seeing wildlife so close this is really breathtaking it's amazing the power of these interactions with nature is undeniable the promise that they will continue lies with these mostly undisturbed environments Alaska's national parks provide a place where wildlife not only survives but thrives we are all stewards of this place if we quiet ourselves we pay attention we can let a land that's so vast and wild which forever change the way that we view the world moving life changing experience wildlife experience your Alaska you

Wild Russia: The Arctic | National Geographic Wild HD – Nature Documentary

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Blackbird sounds called singing spring song (Merle noire-Common blackbird)

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Amazing relaxing blackbird sounds called singing spring song (Merle noire-Common blackbird)
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this is just so exciting I never thought I'd witness it for myself these creatures are incredibly rare was just 15 known to science their natural habitat sees them roaming over high streets and industrial estates across the UK if you're lucky you might see one too their scientific name is Biff our recyclers but we just call them waste details era teas waste eaters unmistakable capture at times it sounds almost waste eaters live to feed consuming up to 1100 liters in a single mighty Gulf just look at this alpha male he can devour his own bodyweight in feed in this early morning period alone later the food will be carefully regurgitated and recycled to allow the waste eater to recommence feeding at the earliest opportunity this display is still not fully understood but many experts consider it to be part of a complicated mating ritual we understand so little about these magnificent creatures yet the work they do is critical in maintaining the ecosystem of the cities that we call home too

safariLIVE – Sunset Safari – Jan. 22 2018

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WSDOT celebrates arch installation on I-90’s first wildlife overcrossing

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good morning and welcome to a 90 about eight miles east is a historic day for wash dot up here as we begin construction on the first ever wildlife over crossing on i-90 in the entire United States this is part of our larger project to both expand and make i-90 safer across the pass you can see one of those huge segments they're each about 20 tons being put into place on that arch that will eventually be a path over by 90 from the forest over here and then across the highway which is over there and we're joined by summer Derry who is one of our primary communicators for this project summer tell us kind of what's going on behind there and how it plays into the larger plan for i-90 gotcha very momentous occasion for the Department of Transportation as you mentioned this is the first wildlife over crossing on the i-90 corridor that i-90 quarter goes from Seattle clear to Boston so this is a place that's going to facilitate the passage of wildlife along this area right here so what crews are doing today they're setting the arch it's setting the arch for the first album I'm sorry for the first wildlife crossing the westbound side so the cars will drive once we get winter set we're gonna have shift all the traffic onto this new alignment here so we'll have two two directions westbound two directions is found right in this section looking at the bigger picture this project is several years and the making we're looking at 2018 for a full completion next season we're going to start over there on the eastbound side and the grand scheme of things we're looking at having traffic three lanes eastbound three lanes westbound with a fully completed avalanche bridge over the highway okay and what will that avalanche bridge kind of look like what'll be what'll it be made up of basically animals will go over and cars will go under and nobody will know who's doing what they it's gonna look like the setting that the animals will go over will look a lot like the beautiful Pacific Northwest there'll be trees and it's rugs and things that they won't even think that they're walking over a highway and I'm told that if we're standing on this spot once it's completed you probably won't even be able to see the screens from here because it'll be so built up it'll look like a natural part of this area so you really won't be able to see me oak or bear deer from the highway okay and so in the grand scheme of i-90 we've got the rock blasting and all that how is this play into it kind of the big picture of what we're doing very big project this is the i-90 so quiet pass east project and what that does is it widens the highway improves areas where we have avalanches and facilitates the passage of wildlife this is a wildlife over crossing but we have several areas within the project that are constructed that facilitate the movement of wildlife underneath the highway it's what we call under crossings we've done that we've had a lot of milestones this year with the i-90 project one of them was the completion of the Avalanche bridge that puts that raises the highway and allows the snow to go the highway and that reduces the risk of avalanches touching the highway or drivers getting injured as a result of those we have so many closures last winter with the amount of snow we had on i-90 you will that avalanche Bridge help this year with with some of that yep we are going to keep a really close eye is we just have we have one done that would be the eastbound avalanche bridge we're still going to be in construction for the westbound side as well but we do think that it's going to minimize that risk of this year although we are keeping up very close eye on those Avalanche chutes and at that area and the timeline for this particular part of the project you have the animal over crossing when will this part be done when will the second arch be done and when will the roadway be open this arch is going to be done tomorrow will shift traffic on to this area before winter and then we're looking at full completion of the project by 2018 by the end of that year sometime and in the meantime what should drivers expect out here as far as lane closures restrictions that kind of thing if we're gonna have reduced speeds through the work zones it'll be down to about 55 miles per hour so we definitely want travelers to be aware of driving through work zones a lot of collisions in this area throughout the corridor and the State Patrol is telling us that it's due to driver inattention aggressive driving so please please put your phone down and pay attention and obey all posted speed limits because we want you to get there safe alright great thanks summer thanks for joining us and it's an exciting day and stay tuned for more updates on this project

secret & amazing islands,unique culture(wild documentary) – nat geo

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secret & amazing islands,unique culture(wild documentary) – nat geo
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Wildest Islands: Series 1 Islands can be home to the most extreme examples of life and the some of the most dramatic landscapes. Natural selection fuels evolution in the most extraordinary way. Isolated for hundreds of thousands of years, pockets of individuals survive, thrive and adapt to fill all available niches fuelling a rapid development of new species. Wildest Islands, is a stunning five-part series featuring the world’s most spectacular island locations. Dive into the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean; journey through the lush forests of Zanzibar; discover the unspoilt environs of the Hebrides; and uncover the enduring wonders of the Galapagos Islands as Wildest Islands investigates the rich history of these pristine paradises.
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Lying 40km off the east coast of Tanzania in Africa, the Zanzibar Archipelago has been labeled as the most exotic island chain in the world. Pristine sands and azure blue sea make it a much loved holiday destination, but bizarre creatures; many of enormous size also roam the islands. The world’s largest crab scales trees in search of coconuts, and clouds of giant batssecret & amazing islands,unique culture(wild documentary) – nat geo fill the skies at dusk.
[edit] Caribbean: The Wild Side of Paradise

Between the continents of North and South America is a tropical paradise: The Caribbean. This is an archipelago of over 7,000 islands and reefs, lying within the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. From just a few metres wide, to hundreds of kilometers across, every island is different, and each has its own unique wildlife. Under the cover of darkness, giant leatherback turtles visit Trinidad’s beaches to lay their eggs. Dominica’s volcanic heritage gives it fertile soils, making the island rich in flowering plants. These provide food for some of the Caribbean’s fastest movers: hummingbirds. The Caribbean’s coral reefs are one of its richest treasures. Many of the species that find shelter here are found nowhere else. These warm, calm waters provide sanctuary for ocean giants too. Humpback whales travel thousands of miles to raise their young in the Caribbean Sea.
[edit] Galapagos: Darwin’s Edensecret & amazing islands,unique culture(wild documentary) – nat geo

Situated 1000 kilometres west of Ecuador in South America, the Galapagos archipelago contains 13 main islands and a hundred or so smaller rocks and reefs. The region’s wilderness is so pristine and rich in life it altered our entire view of the natural world. Gigantic tortoises, sea-swimming lizards and cormorants that have evolved to no longer fly, are just some of the bizarre and unique creatures found here. Human influence has been so limited across the islands it allowed one man, Charles Darwin, to study and rethink the laws of Nature.
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NASR Big Bird (Rashid) VS. ALUS Yang Mian (Zeku) – EVO 2019 Top 8 Losers – CPT 2019

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and now unfortunately this is where the people start getting cut this is where people start going home to the loser yeah crack there's a certain certain obviously winner's bracket super critical but there's a certain edge that comes in here these brackets were a real desperation in Hungary and the other thing that a lot of these players are going to be facing it's their first time into Evo top eight for many of them in each bracket and that feeling you know we watched a match earlier here in the auditorium belly Joe making top eight that's right that's dealing when you make top eight is sometimes yeah well welcome to the next level now there's a whole new challenge if you relax if you let your guard down after achieving something incredible that you never thought you'd be able to do you sometimes lose the energy needed push through here in the top eight so that will be an additional challenge for the first time top eight you know you mentioned that Li Joe match and you know a lot of people were worried about that but he came out and won his first match as well and finish in fifth place so it was such a amazing run and let's see if we can get something like that going again this year we have underdogs galore and so are you excited no matter what happens but it really is I mean this is a point that gets made often but stepping on to the stage my own evo top eight performance which was a much smaller stage with like a single spotlight and I was so proud to have made that top eight and I got up here my knees were knocking I played like garbage when you play in a tournament like this how do top players get over the nerves the answer is you don't just you never do it doesn't it doesn't wear off you just have to power through and one of the things I really want to mention here about Big Bird about Angry Bird who you know you saw him rush up to the stage and give Big Bird a hug as soon as he made the top eight shoutouts to that scene the UAE Zeeman shoutouts to their sponsor Nasser as well who was able to give those players the opportunity to travel the world and start showing what they're capable of and that's what's so awesome about Evo is it's not just an event it's hey you have skills let's provide a stage let's give you something to aim at and you find these players will rise up and come and really push themselves to new levels then you never see before especially when you have an isolated community where it's harder to find other competitors locally you said it a long time ago on the Dogface show shoutouts to Victor Ratliff Madhavi you said if you build it they will come you don't make you don't craft evil moments you just set the stage and they happen this is the joke I think I was making yesterday where Evo to me is sort of like it's like a neighborhood barbecue where it's like oh it's just a set of time' tony throw a barbecue every summer it's if you know about it even come on body nobody gets invited you just come on by right and that's been happening now for 20 years and so people show up to the barbecue new cool people just show up and twenty years of people just showing up to the barbecue now we have this just incredible scene from all around the world it's an incredible collection of people and the chance to be on this stage is what a lot of them have in mind I had my wish the cookouts and potlucks and everyone was named by Tomcat really evolution vq series yeah BBB q BYOB oh what's that extra beef but you know what let's also talk about on the other side every year we always seem to have that one unexpected player in top a we have young in another zecko player from China again a lot of incredible Chinese players yes but we don't get to see that kind of action very awesome not often that they're able to travel and come out and so having him here is a really special and in fact last year out of premiere he upset a lot of players the China premier but we haven't seen him since then because he just hasn't had a chance to travel but here he is top eight evolution I mean that is a breakout tournament let me tell you up against Russia Rashida's big birds off young man will keep laying the Zaku in a new style but he's in the corner rashid very comfortable here Wow happy that you stuff back in wild stuff here so far for a man let's see if he can actually get the nerves out of here because I mean I can't imagine you know he's been on a stage like this before he has it but I'd say he's playing with frankly pretty wild like it's a lot of confidence yeah and big bird is taking up advantage of that while play and he is just blowing it up big bird of course using Rashidah Rashidah considered by many of the pro players the strongest character this season yeah we always a fair argument yeah a lot of strong players incredible motivator for us you wanna carry one super corner the opponent you shut down their movement here we go all the way into the corner Big Bird is definitely looking like the pro here right now the one that we all know Wow the perfect ko oh that is a mental gut punch young yet oh I was like he left the stage water start break this gave him the sole blow he just knocked entirely off the stage he does still look like he's okay there's the head tilt the classic yeah exactly know what that is sort of monkey thing because we all do it right and also the spinning of the – yeah yeah just to burn off a little nervous energy without actually letting down your guard I like your nickname from him by the way the young man yes I mean it's actually the meta there is kind of strong because he's using Zach ooh there we go it change to the young man over there and actually I just realized that shall HEIs name literally means the kid so you know all the China players a young man the kid whatever it's you know he's playing a lot of young Zaku as well the Asian don't raisin thing okay oh it gets flipped though and wow what a pickup good awareness there big bird but unfortunately big bird moves up in the corner Ross under and then the throw surprises activation no you will not be jumping out that's plus so after that heavy kick he's still in charge nice compare yes into the full Bushido combo young Lord taking his first I was called me young in young man taking his first round they tries to bait something out but still finds it so what recovery here after that perfect first round he's putting up performance with the palm strike into the dizzy the stun not gonna be able to kill off this gonna be able to do a murabbi denial what side Oh doesn't matter Big Bird says you know what I'm just out of here with my e^x it was then Now or Never he says now blow it'll seize that button but he's using beet sugar once oh oh by the tornado yeah he knew the tornado was gonna eat that gram oh nice wait close showing a lot of composure looking for that counter head mutual jump but not in time so he's not gonna be able to punch the slide the counter boom young-min and china puts one on the board a lot of confidence there and he played again the same game had it worked that time Ty Lee hi papa what he said yeah that's the best I'm gonna do for all the China fans out there watching over there all right well what have you got for the United Arab Emirates fine let's go yeah putting me on the spot hey that said don't got me with the languages all right it's got him in the corner good yes yes that classic Rashid pressure is not letting him out but now side switch they're good breaks double brain look at that out of the corner and you talked about how Rashida's just screen-space control Wow and resulting close to stuns don't that's done Wow but now death is the problem I'll never mind the stun is still an issue there we go what an explosive round and you see this you see the momentum here this is a game where it's very different attain that neutral feel a lot of rush down very strong characters with the rush down we gotta go in saw one of the most powerful tools that receive has that light spinning mixer just controlling the space and oh god we are getting stuns all day he's going for the optimal over reset reset instead okay back into the corner not going in warm-up back throw and now Big Bird reasserting that dominance I don't know what yeah like this is a so back at four super strong yeah she saw blow ups on both sides and it's who could find that momentum whoo keep their rhythm going and yeah both of these very momentum heavy characters the pattern continues that means young man's just gonna dominate this one right according to this graph yeah see if young men cannery a dreary readjust and he loves the young sucker what a difference in style from infectious that's right that's right we saw mostly old second from him young man wants to keep the second train rolling here but he is in the corner and in trouble with dope and reversals the B reversal called out remember this is losers bracket so whoever loses this does go home in seventh place and young man right now is in danger of that because Big Bird has all the momentum the young men also will not be trained he was not crushed into the Eagle spike is gonna put big bird at match point the loser here going home young in fighting for his life all the counters on deck right now give him a little space to see if he'll hang himself with that rope young man now showing a little bit oh you baited another throw has the punish this close alive he's still alive here we go this is the sequence he's been waiting for it uses the cross up to catch for the position and we saw infectious with that late one of the ax uppercuts but now he's spinning mix in the corner the low he went low and the wake up he acts again he's got the goddess God Mike said with the Lord ring the your NATO assists big bird going forward jung-in we hardly knew you but shoutouts to an incredible run from a completely unknown player to move most fans at home and it's one of the hardest things right you make it to the top eight on the stage you play one match you're sent home like that and people are like man that's unfortunate but I mean to make it here people who are a lot more unfortunate than he is and so you know you have to give props to that young man to that young man here's your problem yeah exactly Rob given yeah he had an incredible run we saw the excitement when he was able to qualify for top eight he definitely played his game I will say but his game ran into received one of the strongest characters that young Zachary style similar to Rasheed in some ways with the rushdown but doesn't have the damage yeah and you know one of the great things about that because we've always seen Xiao hai obviously from China I brought him up earlier he's no stranger to the big stage what are the finest players sort of globally right exactly there's taco and then there was also a dark Joanne thanks for but you know to see more of these players from China making it out here making a name for themselves is really exciting it's exciting it's an unexplored on undiscovered country you know we say at least to much of the fighting game world we've seen some of the best sneak out but hopefully we'll see more of young man in the future yeah Evo is always a Star Trek right so for the undiscovered countries there we go anyways thanks guys for tuning in we've got more amazing Street Fighter 5 action coming up don't go anywhere tune in for more evo 2019

Sifaka Lemurs Jumping Around | Attenborough | BBC Earth

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These strange creatures leap from spine covered tree to spine covered tree. Their technique is amazing as they are able to leap from tall tree trunks to land safely and securely, even with babies – if they can avoid their four footed predator, the Fossa. Subscribe:

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tampering about here requires some very delicate footwork indeed mother's tale clearly makes about a handhold for the youngster but even at this age a young Shafak is able to negotiate the spines collecting Dede really sand flowers and there the ship arks main food looks even more hazardous and travelling around through its branches but when she Fox decide to move they can travel very fast indeed they use the same basic method as Bush babies but do so with such speed and confidence that they seem almost to bounce from trunk to trunk only in slow motion can you see just how accurately they land and how instantaneously they're able to take off again but given the chance they assess their jumps with care takeoff has to start sideways on to the line of flight so they have to rotate their bodies in midair then those hind legs having kicked off have to be swung forward to act as shock absorbers as they make contact they're back feet long and narrow with an enormous big toe so that they can lock onto a trunk as soon as they hit it then within seconds they're off again and a female can even do all this while she's carrying a baby down on the ground however the method doesn't work quite so well extremely long legs and very short arms make it impossible to run on all fours so once again it has to be jumping but with no vertical trunk to push away from the leaps a rather shorter back in the trees they can travel at speed again and they need to for they have a savage enemy the fossa its speed through the branches rivals that of the shavax but its technique is entirely different for it's not a primate with jumping ancestors but a kind of giant Mongoose and it's still a four-footed runner nonetheless they're a close match for one another but when it comes to the long jump the Shafaat wins a four-footed runner can't match that

A Sea Otter's life – Big Blue Live: Episode 2 – BBC One

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Crocodile safari: hunting permits proposed in NT

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The NT Government and hunting operators are proposing selling 500 licenses to hunt the apex predators to protect local livestock, fund conversation and create opportunity for indigenous communities.


6 WILD Animal Walk Movements

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Deep Sea Creatures [National Geographic Documentary 2017 HD]

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Deep Sea Creatures [National Geographic Documentary 2017 HD]

The Deep sea creature refers to organisms that live below the photic zone of the ocean. These creatures must survive in extremely harsh conditions, such as hundreds of bars of pressure, small amounts of oxygen, very little food, no sunlight, and constant, extreme cold. Most creatures have to depend on food floating down from above.
These creatures live in very demanding environments, such as the abyssal or hadal zones, which, being thousands of meters below the surface, are almost completely devoid of light. The water is between 3 and 10 degrees Celsius and has low oxygen levels. Due to the depth, the pressure is between 20 and 1,000 bars. Creatures that live hundreds or even thousands of meters deep in the ocean have adapted to the high pressure, lack of light, and other factors.

The depths of the ocean are festooned with the most nightmarish creatures imaginable. You might think you’re safe, because these critters live thousands of feet down in a cold dark abyss, but the vampire squid, which looks like a nightmare umbrella, and the frilled shark—a literal living fossil—will live on in the recesses of your mind long after you’ve clicked away. Enjoy these deep sea horrors and try to have a relaxing day afterward.

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Cockatoo finding out he is going to the vet

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Max knows when he sees his carrier that it’s a visit to the vet and gets pretty vocal about it.
Max is saying his own words that only he understands for the most part. The only things I know he is saying is “I don’t wanna” and “What did I say”
He is actually a very happy and loving bird, but like any kid, he needs to express himself every now and then.

Lion Cubs Play With Spy Cam | Serengeti: Behind The Scenes | BBC Earth

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This pioneering series follows the interconnected stories of a cast of iconic savannah animals over one year. With unique access to a pristine and unspoilt corner of the Serengeti deep in the heart of Africa, this series captures the drama of the animals’ daily lives and the emotional moments they face. Join the lonely lioness, exiled from the pride, the passionate baboon desperately trying to win back his lost love and the cheeky, fun-loving mongoose family on the lookout for a free lunch. Packed full of humour, heartbreak and nail-biting tension, their captivating adventures will keep you hooked. Using groundbreaking filming techniques and an original music score to put you at the heart of the action, Serengeti brings this incredible world of real-life animal drama to the screen in intimate and breathtaking detail.

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oh it's amazing this is a version which is purely to be lion proof they've got no sharp corners they can't get all of it it's all rounded off underneath so they really cannot get that stuff you know if they try and pull it it won't go over the lens is set back purposefully quite a long way so that the Lions don't get in there neither because they've got a rather a big face so this is mr. lion version of Duncan it enables us to just trundle up very slowly to them and then just creep around and get really intimate with the Cubs we get it really close er lowdown angles when they first see it the mum will come first and she'll sniff it and the Cubs are watching and then the Cubs will come over and sniff around but they don't recognize it as skin or meat so they'll just then sort of walk away again and sometimes they'll lie down right in front of it and it's just a unique way of capturing intimate behavior relax is anything hmm well when they've got used to it it means we can be more playful with the machine we can actually move it closer and closer and track with it track along the side of the group and they they accept it very willingly and it's not any threat so of course it gives us a big advantage in getting a camera inches away from a lion and that's what these devices do

Nelson Lakes – Winter Aerial Reel – David Attenborough Voiceover

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Sit back and enjoy some beautiful aerial footage of the Nelson Lakes area in New Zealand during its beautiful winter Season with the spectacular David Attenborough Voicing over.

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human beings venture into the highest parts of our planet at their peril some might think that by climbing a great mountain they have somehow conquered it but we can only be visitors here this is a frozen alien south of the treeline the winters are shorter so trees grow faster and taller and forests begin to appear their variety and complexity is breathtaking each snowflake is water waiting to be released in spring for this reason snow is the lifeblood of these silent forests and all that live here depend on it in one way or another you

Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights – Wild Discovery Channel Video – Animals Documentary 2019

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Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights – Wild Discovery Channel Video – Animals Documentary 2019

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Relaxing Music & Bird Sounds – Calm Piano Music, Sleep Music, Peaceful Music

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Relaxing music and bird sounds from Soothing Relaxation. Calm piano music that can be used as sleep music, meditation music, background music or study music, composed by Peder B. Helland. Listen to more peaceful music:

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Colour Changing Squid Mating Ritual | Blue Planet | BBC Earth

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Strange and unusual life inhabits the plankton rich seas of the underwater kelp forests. Watch this short video from BBC natural history series The Blue Planet to see the mating habits of amazing colour changing squid and the weird movements of the aptly named hand fish

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just as in the north the sudden sees Nazis also have areas of rich green water with their own health forests and their own swarms of plankton some of the inhabitants of these seas live only in with some hemisphere this is one of them the hand fish that strolls around on modified fins but when needs us it can resort to tail path every summer visitors come to the shadows around Tasmania these are Australian squid about half a meter long they are here to breed the larger males compete for the attentions of a female displaying towards her and to one another by putting on the ballet during which they continually change the color of their costumes eventually they'll form pairs and mail passes a packet of sperm across to the female after the eggs have been fertilized they're deposited in Tufts rubbery egg cases that other features find poisonous within three weeks the babies are ready to hatch out they are already able to change color but they're not quite so good at summer

David Attenborough Painting Process

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How I created the David Attenborough Speed Render.

A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known English broadcaster and natural historian; David Attenborough. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.

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Kenya Safari. Masai Mara and Hot Air Balloon Flight from Governor's Camp

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Kenya Safari. Hot Air Balloon Safari in Africa. Amazing Balloon Safari over Masai Mara. Kenya and its capital Nairobi have been a love of mine for almost forty years. I have a special affection for the trip across the Rift Valley to the magnificent Masai Mara National Reserve, teeming with zebra and other wildlife and scene of the famous annual wildebeeste migration. I have flown over the Mara reserve and the Mara and Sand River many times in a light aircraft, but never in a hot air balloon. For a magical hour, I flew with friends in a hot air balloon on Christmas day 2017 over the vast plains of the Mara with views as far as the Serengeti National Park. Needless to say, I took my cameras.

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The 10 Worst Mistakes You Can Make Facing a Wild Animal

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It’s a good thing we have mighty brains, because humans are pretty useless in the face of danger when it comes to wild animals.

From wolves in the woods to sharks in the sea, and all those snakes and spiders in between, there are plenty of beasts on this planet that can harm you – and the best methods for defending yourself vary greatly according to which one you’re dealing with.

We have consulted several survivalist experts to amass the ultimate worst-case-scenario guide, should you find yourself on the wrong side of a deadly predator.

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[Applause] ten mistakes that could cost you your life when we meet some animals on a picnic or in the woods we either get scared or become happiest children but we usually don't know what to do in each case here's some tips on what to do with wild animals and how to behave so as to not harm them or yourself 10 meeting a moose in the woods a moose is one of the largest animals you might meet in the woods they are quite timid and run away first but during the fall they can be dangerous as this is the period of coupling during this time breeding males are agitated and competitive in Siberia they even say a moose is scarier than a bear you shouldn't approach moose calves make any abrupt movements you should go away if you hear a moose roaring even that is enough to get scared slowly leave a Moose's pathway it can't move back hide behind a tree they have very bad eyesight turn on loud music because they are afraid of loud noises if a moose runs after you scale a tree these signs will tell you that a moose is about to attack it stops eating and stares at you its ears lie down flat against its head while the hair on its neck hump and hip raises it walks toward you lowering its head it urinates it whips its head back just like horses do 9 meeting a moose or a boar on the road while driving you shouldn't press the car horn or blink the lights because the animal can attack you try to drive around the moose you should be on the watch when traveling during the fall slowly stop if the animal appears on the road in case of urgency try to drive slowly around the animal if you hit the animal with your car don't approach the animal even if it seems dead it could still harm you don't try to take it away with you this can cause Krim Liability the right actions are designed by the legislation of your country it's most likely that you have to call the traffic police eight meeting a hedgehog you shouldn't give it any milk yes you heard that correctly contrary the stereotypes hedgehogs have milk indigestion so probably don't try ice cream either touch a hedgehog barehanded as you might catch a whole variety of infections take a Hedgehog home if it's not wounded it's not a pet it's a wild animal you should call the Animal Rescue Service if the Hedgehog isn't ok in this case you may take the animal with you 7 if you're attacked by an angry boar actually this does not often happen as an average boar will run away upon first seeing you however Tuskers attack you shouldn't run away the animal will catch up with you be sure of your weapon boars have very thick skin and a weapon attack will only make them angrier you should hide behind a tree this way the animal will lose sight of you climb up a tree make loud noises 6 if there's a bat in your apartment you shouldn't panic don't be superstitious the animal is more likely to be lost it's not here to drink your blood there are two types of bats fruit eaters and insect eaters and neither of them feast on humans except of course for Dracula's touch it barehanded throw a sleeping bat out of the window you should take away all your pets put on some thick gloves wait until the animal is on a surface and then carefully take it you can also cover it with a box and shove something under it if the bat is awake go outside the house and let it fly out if the bat is asleep wait until it wakes up for this time just cover it with a box with air holes 5 if a coyote a fox or a jackal noticed you you shouldn't run away the animal might trace you approach the animal and try to play with it you should slowly stand back shout stretch out your arms or clothes to give the impression that you have an increased size throw a stone in the direction of the animal not exactly at it or give the impression that you are going to throw it for if a nestling has fallen out of its nest in 99% of cases you should leave a nestling as it is and not try to save it the bird is just trying to learn how to fly and its parents are usually somewhere nearby you should save a nestling if it has visible damage it's a Swift or pigeon nestling it's blind and featherless you might also call the Animal Rescue Service because it's really difficult to raise a nestling yourself three if a dolphin is near you while you are swimming in the sea people think that these animals are truly kind letting you ride their backs or saving you from drowning this belief came from greco-roman times when dolphins were believed to have close connections to the gods for example a favorite Messenger of Poseidon was Delphinus that's why the God placed the image of a dolphin in the stars in ancient Greece a death penalty was awaiting anybody who killed a dolphin all in all people have always believed that dolphins have special powers that can cure humans well you shouldn't humanize dolphins even when being friendly they can still harm you they bite and can also painfully push you you shouldn't flounce near a dolphin firmly believe that a dolphin can do absolutely no harm to you you should swim away from the Dolphins interact with these animals only if you have an opportunity to leave the water at any moment – if a dolphin has been washed ashore you shouldn't carry it back to the sea because it will surely die if the animal is on the shore it's likely to be sick or injured leave the animal alone because it will be attacked by gulls or dogs you should speak to rescuers or the Coast Guard and wait for help near the dolphin protect the animal from the Sun it we'll become hot very quickly even in winter cover it with a wet towel or algae water the animal from time to time watch out water can get into the breathing hole avoid it one meeting a shark in the open sea actually situations where you meet a shark that is going to attack you do not happen very often but such an acquaintance is still dangerous you shouldn't panic sharks feel your fear and get even angrier due to the prey Drive try to swim away a shark is on its territory and it moves very quickly it's going to catch you you should stay still try to leave the pathway of the animal by slowly swimming away it will lose its interest in you defend yourself if a shark attacks punch it on the nose with all your might and try to leave the water the shark is going to be led astray for a while if the animal is going to bite you try to ensure its eyes or gills these are the weakest parts of a shark's body either way defend yourself and try to leave the water quickly by all means one more thing attention any warm-blooded animal might be a carrier of rabies this is a lethal disease that can't be cured the disease is transmitted through a bite or spit however sweet and animal seems you better not touch it don't let your pets play with wild animals if you see an injured animal call the animal rescue service professionals will help it better than you don't feed wild animals they get used to it and lose the ability to find foods themselves besides they're going to beg for food from people who know nothing about their habits insolent animals might scare or injure them never touch young animals they may seem cute but their parents will be aggressive we don't want to say that animals threaten you and you should always avoid them you should just remember that they are not your toys or friends they are not good or bad but they are wild and unpredictable have you ever had any encounters with wild animals if so how did you behave in these situations tell us in the comments below share this video with those of your friends who like camping and spending time in the countryside have you subscribed to our channel not yet then what are you waiting for

Help Wildlife by Sharing the Beach — Helpful Tips from Toyota TogetherGreen

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Nolan Gould and Danielle Soibelman show how you can keep the beach safe for birds and other wildlife.

You can be a steward of the shore and its wildlife by following these simple steps:

1. Leave no trace. Be sure to take all garbage and items with you when you leave the beach.

2. Dispose of fishing line properly. Improperly discarded fishing line can injure and kill a variety of animals, including sea turtles, sharks, and birds.

3. Keep dogs on leashes. Playful pooches can wreak havoc on shore-nesting animals in a matter of seconds. Protect baby animals by keeping your pets properly leashed.

4. Respect protected areas and signs. Give animals the space they need and stay out off protected areas.

With support from Toyota through our Toyota TogetherGreen program, Audubon is working across the country to help make shores safe places for people and wildlife.

Director- Gilly Barnes

I love this beach so beautiful yeah it's nice he gets to come fishing here in my dad you know with a stick for a pole and some fishing line do you like to fish I just don't understand how someone could consciously do that what you know imagine your turtle or a bird or a seal and then one day your foot gets trapped in some fishing line an idiot left behind on the beach oh now you can't move which means you can't eat which means someone's probably gonna eat you I didn't know that yeah and those six pack rings it's like y'all just need to be more careful but that's a pretty caring guy so my what if you were you know a little baby bird the sun is shining the wind is blowing you're alive and it's awesome but then suddenly there's loud music playing on the beach and then there are some dogs running around and your mom's like and then she leaves you behind in your crying and then the Sun gets higher and the breeze stops and then all of those babies including you are dead from heat exposure you can kiss me now I think you're gonna need a minute

Couple Share Studio Flat With A Cougar | BEAST BUDDIES

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MEET the brave couple that share their home with a playful two-year-old COUGAR. In 2016, Alexandr Dmitriev and his wife, Mariya, decided to adopt a young cougar called Messi and raise him as a house-pet in their small, studio apartment in Penza, Russia. Messi follows a strict grooming routine to ensure he doesn’t make too much of a mess around the house – he gets washed in the bath, has his nails trimmed, his teeth checked and he receives a special brush-down every day. The big cat eats twice a day with a diet consisting of turkey, beef, a bit of chicken breast and some bones. And with a growing social media following of 250,000 on Instagram and more than 2 million views on YouTube, Messi has become a local celebrity.
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COMM: A year and a half ago Alexandr and Mariya
decided to adopt a cougar. COMM: The couple adopted Messi from
a petting zoo. COMM: Alex and Mariya already had another,
much smaller sphynx cat living in their studio apartment but Messi fit right in. COMM: It’s not just a carefully planned diet that Messi needs, Alex and Mariya also have other tasks to do – to take care of their big cat.

Pantanal, Mato Grosso, Brazil – Birdwatching along Transpanteira

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Pantanal is a paradise for ornithologists and birdwatchers. See and photograph beautiful aquatic and paludícolas birds are not difficult in this region. Since the biggest stork of the world, symbol of Pantanal, and tuiuiú or jaburu (Jabiru mycteria) with its sleepy figure, resting on only a leg, part of the pantaneira landscape, until small jaçanãs, that dont stop moving on aquatic plants to capture insects. Lots of birds of our Brazil are in the region of Pantanal. The Pantanal is among the biggest reserves of birds in the world and needs to be preserved!

Some of the birds species that can be found in Pantanal:
Arara vermelha (Ara chloroptera), Ararinha-de-colar (Ara auricollis), Talha-mar (Rynchops nigra), Curicaca (Theristicus cuadatus), Viuvinha (Fluvicola leucocephala), Seriema (Cariama cristata), Coruja-buraqueira (Speotyto cunicularia), Mucurututu (Pulsatrix perspicillata), Colhereiros (Platalea ajaja), Suiriri-cavaleiro (Machetornis rixosus), Ema (Rhea americana), Garça branca (Bubulcus ibis), João grande (Ciconia maguari), Papagaio verdadeiro (Amazona aestiva), Prícipe-negro (Pionites melanocephalus), Socó-boi (Tigrisoma lineatum), Tucano-açu (Ramphastos toco), Tuiuiu (Jabiru mycteria), Urubu-de-cabeça-vermelha (Cathartes aura), Arara-azul grande, Papagaio-galego, Gavião-belo, Cuco, Arara-canindé, Urubu-da-cabeça-amarela, Arara-azul grande (Anodorhynchus hyazinthinus), Caracará (Polyborus plancus).

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Disease comes to chimpanzees as nature conservation arrives in the jungle – BBC wildlife

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In this extremely sad wild animal clip, some of the chimps have started to be ravaged by mange. Nature can mean trouble for monkeys, apes, gorillas and other primates in the jungle. From the BBC.

Fifi has her days but Fred he's now lost all his hair seems too weak even to eat the decision to intervene with wild animals is not straightforward but this is a particularly virulent form of mange and in a small isolated population such as Gumby its effects could be devastating we feel dread are really looking very very bad now some very sweet daughter grandson Fanny and fudge seem to be spending a lot of time with her and glad to see they don't show any signs yet of getting the disease at all another of 50 sons is also ill but right now he must look after himself Fifi needs all her strength to carry Fred he's now so weak that for much of the time he needs to be supported when she comes out into a clearing something very unusual happens a troop of baboons completely surround Fifi they clearly astonished at the sight of little Fred his appearance must be as alien to them as it is to us time passes slowly and gummy perhaps it's my imagination but there seems to be an air of despondency amongst the chimps we were keeping a close eye on Fred's progress he's just getting steady worse and sadly he's now died it's really hard to lose any of the chimps I think there's such a lot of visual characters when you really get to know them as friends we do you have to accept that infinite mortality is is very high in society fefe lays the body out for the other chance to see it's as if they're paying their respects it's difficult to imagine how chimpanzees view death but the mood is suddenly Samba for Fifi it must be especially hard she's still very ill but for the sake of our other infants she must pull through

David Attenborough's Light On Earth – The Dancing Lights

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Why do animals produce light of their own? For centuries, we could only marvel at the mystery of bioluminescence. Now we can begin to reveal the amazing truth about these living lights. Sir David Attenborough is our guide, as we venture into a world he describes as “utterly unlike our own”.

these dancing lights around me are produced by fireflies creatures that have the strange ability to produce light they bioluminesce

Safari a Montecristi

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En este episodio mostramos una de nuestras actividades mas esperadas de nuestros talleres: Los Safaris. Los mismos son excursiones, generalmente de todo un día, donde visitamos, desde la mañana hasta el final de la tarde, una localidad de nuestro interés. Veremos el Safari a Montecristi, ese lugar tan especial, con una luz increíble, gente amable y tranquila, y unos paisajes espectaculares. Todos disfrutamos en extremo de estos safaris, hacemos buenas fotos y conocemos lugares de nuestra bella tierra !!!

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hola bienvenidos a todos gracias por estar nos aquí viendo en este su canal de félix sepúlveda fotografía el último episodio generó mucho muchos comentarios positivos sobre la salida de los muchachos que hicimos por la calle de los pepines para los que quieran lo pueden ver en este canal y hoy les vamos a traer una nueva salida esto es lo que llamamos el safari a monte cristi una salida distinta a la salida de calle porque en esta salida duramos un día entero de excursión y uno de nuestros lugares favoritos es monte cristi ese lugar tan especial con esa luz tan intensa ese mar esos esas rocas en las salinas bueno en el recorrido será muy similar a lo que hicimos la vez pasada un pequeño tour para todo lo que hicieron los muchachos y al final sus fotos en estos recorridos de montecristi generalmente visitamos bueno hacemos el trayecto si aparece algo interesante en el trayecto nos detenemos pero llegamos al pueblo caminamos un poco alrededor del parque el reloj que es tan atractivo el reloj de montecristi las casas las casas victorianas y viejas de ahí pasamos a las salinas vamos al morro vamos al lugar donde están los botes por supuesto comemos disfrutamos y son esas salidas que sirven para aumentar la amistad la cercanía estrechar lazos entre todos los miembros del curso aquí presentamos cortitos y fotos de dos de los safaris uno del safari del paisaje y otro del safari de fotografía básica ahí están las fotos mezcladas al final ustedes mismo dirán si los muchachos de verdad han aprendido aprovechó para anunciar que este próximo sábado 10 tenemos un taller express el taller de un día de configuraciones especiales para retratos paisajes productos la web e impresión no te lo pierdas vas a conocer tu cámara vas a conocer cómo sacar el mejor provecho de ella aprenderás fotografías muchas gracias danos like y síguenos que dios los bendiga a todos ah [Música] [Música] nada [Música] [Música] [Música] no no no [Música] ah [Música] ah [Música] fin [Música] ah [Música] no [Música] nada ah no no [Música] [Música] i [Música] no [Música] i [Música] sí [Música] i [Música] ah [Música] ah bien [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música] [Música]

Small K-9 unit vital to assisting CPW in protecting wild animals in Colorado

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The Colorado Parks & Wildlife K-9 Unit is made up of just three dogs. The team may be small, but the results are impressive.

this morning we're learning about a unique program in our state all in the name of protecting wildlife that's right a small group of canines is now patrolling the state part of a pilot program run by Colorado Parks and Wildlife Danvers Evan reporter Erik looper has an up-close look you'll find it come on he's a unique dog because he's really high maintenance it's training day for canine cash-in his handler Brock McArdle cash is sniffing out prairie dog holes in this case looking for local endangered species so he's using his nose to locate these animals so we can collect data on them to see how healthy they are to count them to see how many there are cash is part of a three dog team a pilot program led by Colorado Parks and Wildlife so it's another tool that we are using to just diversify what we have in our back pocket to help manage the wildlife each dog has a different job a unique ability but all three can sniff out the bad guys poachers specifically cash actually found the remains of this animal along some aspen trees up in the mountains and from that I was able to connect the dots and actually talk to the hunters and get a full confession it's a unique team seldom talked about but all the while proving vital to protecting Colorado's wildlife hopefully we can expand on a program and diversify and get more dog statewide at Bart Lake State Park oh boy American for Denver said

Grizzly Bear Hunts For Clams | Wild Alaska | BBC Earth

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Grizzly bears eat more than salmon. This one is hunting for clams.


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at Katmai along the southern coast speculators have been coming down from the mountains the Rizla bears they sleep hard through the seven months of winter but their summers are intense whilst the males work out his boss this female is more interested in finding something to eat she's lost over a third of her body weight during winter and right now there's not much around except grass a pumped-up meal could kill her cub but it's worth the risk to come here the Bears of this coast are all here because a feast is about to be delivered from the ocean not that there's any sign of it yet there is something else to eat on a beach but it will only be available when the tide goes out it's under their feet they can smell it a clan it may not look like much but this seafood is rich and these six mile long mud flats are full of them it's not as easy as it looks all the while the clams are escaping downwards through the sand sometimes they move faster than a little bear can dig a 130 kilogram grizzly mom needs to find a couple of hundred clams a day to make it was the effort but it all helps to keep them going until the first real feast of summer arrives

Muhammad Amir Huge Wicket in 1st Match t20 Blast _ Cricket Lover Ali

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Woodstock, Snoopy's devoted bird friend

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The Charles M. Schulz Museum, in Santa Rosa, Calif., is celebrating one of the most popular “Peanuts” characters with an exhibition devoted to Woodstock, the little “hippie bird” who became a valued friend of Snoopy’s. Luke Burbank talks with the comic strip artist’s widow, Jean Schulz, exhibition curator Benjamin Clark, and cartoonist Paige Braddock, about the important role Woodstock played in the Peanuts universe.

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