We're sure many of you love to spend sunny summer days on beaches, sunbathing and swimming in cool water. In such an innocent place probably nothing could ruin your holiday, right? But we're sorry to disappoint you, friends. In this video we will tell you about animals you should avoid while choosing a place for your holiday. Visiting some beaches can harm your health and sometimes even cost you your life. So, here are 10 creatures you don't want to see on your holiday

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Compared to us humans, we know that most animals have us beat in terms in terms of strength. But in this video we’re going to show you ten of the strongest animals out there. For these creatures, their bark may be bad, but trust us, their bite is far worse. In fact, scientists believe that the saltwater crocodile has a bite that may have rivaled that of the infamous T-Rex! And if you’ve ever wondered where the phrase “strong as an ox” came from, well, people really weren’t exaggerating this simple creature’s strength. If you’ve ever wondered what that strange hump is on the back of a grizzly bear, you should know that’s just a mass of muscle, giving them the ability to strike out with incredible amounts of force. These bears have even been known to chomp on cast iron skillets! In terms of big cats, we’ll show you two of the most beautiful cats: tigers and jaguars, who in addition to their strength also aren’t afraid of water. Fearless! If you’ll look to the sky, you’ll see the massive crowned eagle that is so strong it can lift its prey right up into the air with it-and it takes down some seriously large creatures. Gorillas may be humanoid in appearance, but compared to them we are much weaker. Because they walk on all fours most of the time, they have arm strength that we can only dream of.

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5) Glaucus Atlanticus

Probably one of the cutest on this list, this small blue sea slug looks more like a mini Pokemon than something from real life.

They are typically found in warm climates and usually float on top the ocean where they use their distinct colours to blend in with the water.

Measuring up to 3cm they are tiny and actually pretty lazy since they don't even swim.

Instead they just float on the water and let the tides take them along.

Although tiny they are pretty brave and prey on creatures much larger than themselves.

They mostly attack and eat the dangerously venomous jellyfish called the Portuguese man o' war since they are immune to their venom.

4) Giant Isopod

Yes this giant creature is basically a huge woodlouse that lives deep in the sea.

They are closely related to woodlouse and distantly related to shrimps and crabs.

Their giant size is an excellent example of deep sea giantism.

This is when species that live deep in the sea turn out to be much bigger than their close relatives.

Other examples of deep sea giantism is the Japanese spider crab and the robust clubhook squid.

Since they live so deep in the sea they are generally untouched by humans, and whats fascinating is they give us a glimpse of evolution.

If you look at the difference between them and their land living cousins the woodlouse it amazing to see how they have changed over millions of years.

However funnily enough their love for dark places is still there as you'll always find woodlouse living under some rock where its dark & damp.

3) The Blue Parrotfish

Aside from their beautiful bright blue colour, these fish always look like they are smiling.

To be fair they do have a lot to smile about.

Their population is very healthy, they are rarely fished by humans, they spend 80% of their time looking for food & eating, and they live in the beautiful tropical parts of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

If we all had such an easy life as the Blue Parrotfish we too would just spend our days smiling.

2) The Maned Wolf

It looks like a fox on stilts and its called a wolf but its actually neither of the two.

The maned wolf is part of the canine family but it is the only species in the genus Chrysocyon meaning golden dog.

It is mainly found in the grasslands of Brazil but unfortunately its population are dropping due to loss of its natural habitat.

It's unique long legs are likely the result of an adaptation to the tall grasslands of its native habitat.

Unlike other large canids the maned wolf does not form packs.

It hunts alone, usually between sundown and midnight.

1) The Panda Ant

They may look & act like ants but don't be fooled they are actually related to the wasp.

The females are wingless so can't fly but they do still sting.

Their sting is extremely painful earning the nickname cow killer.

The name panda ant comes from its black & white colour resembling a panda.

Just like wasps they feed on nectar but interestingly their exoskeleton is so tough scientists have reported difficulty piercing them with steel pins when attempting to mount them for display.

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Many of you have definitely heard about predator plants. Those who hear about them for the first time will probably say that it is just another stupid joke. But, dear friends, we are not kidding you, they really exist! According to various reports, there are more than 600 species of predatory plants. And is not because life is a bed of roses. These plants have evolved this way because the live in a habitat with not enough nutrients. Therefore, they have to hunt in order to compensate the lack of energy. They receive missing elements from caught insects and other small animals. Each plant uses its own cunning traps to catch unsuspecting victims. So, today we will tell you about the most popular bloodthirsty carnivorous plants and the way they hunt.

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10. Green Iguanas
Iguanas are a popular pet for collectors of exotic animals because of how cute they look and supposedly they are easy to take care of. Unfortunately the idea that they are simple to look after was likely spread by those who sell them, because they actually need a strict environment and diet to survive. They can also be difficult to tame and handle, especially when they are fully grown, and this has led to a large number being released into the wild.
They are naturally from central and south America, and thrive in warm environments. This has meant that those released in similar climates, such as those found in parts of California, Florida and Hawaii, have thrived and begun to breed. This has been detrimental to the local ecosystems where they compete with native species for food, and will prey on species that haven’t adapted to deal with these kind of threats. As a result, Iguanas are illegal to own in Hawaii because of the potential devastation and havoc they can cause on the islands. In Florida, the populations of feral iguanas have caused extensive damage to vegetation and local wildlife, so if you do decide to get one please be a responsible owner and don’t release them into the wild!.
9. Cuban Tree Frog
These cute frogs are a favorite of exotic species collectors, but the Cuban Tree Frog is causing serious issues across Florida. They are quite difficult to identify among other frog species, something that is made even more difficult by the way that they can change color. They are originally native to Cuba, the Bahamas, and the Cayman Islands, and are thought to have been first introduced to Florida in the 1920’s. It’s the recent popularity of keeping them as pets, though, that has led to an explosion in their numbers in the wild as a result of collectors releasing them.
Cuban Tree Frogs are an aggressive species that feed on at least five different species of native Floridian frogs, as well lizards, small snakes and tadpoles. They are also able to survive in urban areas, and will take over birdhouses, ponds and birdbaths where they lay their eggs. They have been responsible for massive changes in the ecosystem, and have even been known to affect humans by causing power outages?? They are a danger to environments where they aren’t native, and so must not be released under any circumstances.
8. Rabbits
Rabbits are another incredibly popular pet for owners around the world, but when they are released into non-native environments they can cause serious damage. The best example of this is in Australia where they were released for hunting in 1859. Only 24 were set free, but by 1920 there were an estimated 10 billion across the country. There have been numerous attempts to curb the population growth, but with their speed of breeding, ability to feed on most vegetation, and overall resilience, rabbits still roam Australia in huge numbers and pose a threat to many of the natural species like the bilby and burrowing bettong by taking over their burrows.
7. Goldfish/Carp
They may seem harmless enough, and are a popular pet for adults and children alike around the world, but releasing your pet fish into the wild can have disastrous consequences for your local environment. Nowhere has this effect been seen more clearly than in Australia where the problem has gotten out of hand. Notorious for their strict rules on bio-containment, it’s why Johnny Depp and Amber Heard got in trouble for allegedly sneaking in their dogs. The Australians have good reason for being that way.
In 2016 researchers from the Murdoch University in Perth caught goldfish that weighed up to 2kg and were up to 30 centimeters long. These large animals are thought to have descended from a small variety that were being kept as pets and released into the wild a few years before. By feeding on more food and disrupting the ecosystems, these fish can spread and cause significant damage by off all the native species. Goldfish the size of dinner plates have also been found in Alberta, Canada, and have led to fines of $100,000 dollars to those that release non-native species into the wild.
Angler Raphael Biagini captured a legendary “giant goldfish” out of a lake in the south of France. Fellow fishermen had spent 6 years trying to capture this orange koi carp weighing 30lbs. The only way this fish ended up in the lake, was because someone was trying to get rid of it.

10 Animals You Wouldn't Think Could Kill You

Our life is tightly bound up with Mother Nature, and humans live alongside with flora and fauna and they often give us some nasty surprises. Sometimes even the cutest creatures can do irreparable harm to a person. What’s really in their minds and who you should be afraid of? Watch this video and you’ll find out! So, here are 10 deadly animals you always thought were innocent.

Craziest Things Found By Airport Security

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For any of us that have flown in an airplane, we know that air travel is one of the biggest headaches known to man. In addition to the extraordinarily high ticket prices, most of us also have to pay a luggage fee, along with convenient upgrades, plus the overpriced airport food. And if you want to check a bag, you’re confined to numerous rules and restrictions to what you can and can’t bring. Of course, with all of the recent terrorist attacks and September 11th, many are skittish about the intentions of other passengers, so the Transportation Security Administration was created in 2001 in order to help secure the airways and ports in the United States. But despite the presence of the TSA, people will still try to smuggle in odd things that are not limited to, but including drugs, animals, bugs, plants, and more.
For example, a woman was stopped in an airport in Melbourne when it was noticed that she was making strange and watery noises. Security then gave her a more detailed pat down and discovered that she have over 51 different kinds of exotic and tropical fish under her clothes in 15 little bags, stored in pockets. If that wasn’t bizarre enough, a total of eighteen severed heads were discovered in shipment at O’Hare in Chicago, which of course made the media go crazy with the headlines. It was later discovered that the heads were in the process of a legitimate shipment between medical facilities in Rome and Chicago. Talk about people losing their head over something that ended up being legitimate!
While you’re on vacation, of course there is always that one souvenir that you can’t resist bringing home with you. One traveler was out scuba diving and discovered a coral-covered cannonball in the midst of an 18th century shipwreck. Even though the traveler’s intentions were purely innocent, the airport had to shut down and be evacuated, since cannonballs are considered to be explosives.
Then of course people just have to fly with their animals and plants. One man was discovered to have brought 30 dead snakes that were venomous, from his trip to South Korea. Was he trying to bring home a souvenir? Or needed supplies to create a deadly poison? Then a woman was discovered to have packed a (sedated) 2 month old tiger cub in her suitcase. She was arrested and the cub was taken to a sanctuary for tigers. Speaking of animals, a man was also stopped in Los Angeles after an exotic bird flew from his suitcase. He also had 50 rare orchids as well as hid two monkeys in his pants.
And of course, people will try to smuggle drugs in. One guy actually had a real broken legs and managed to create a cast made from eleven pounds of cocaine. He might have been able to have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for the additional cocaine that was found in his bag.
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This is part 2 of The Ultimate Guide To Your First Aquarium, today we’re gonna talk about selecting your first fish. It might seem strange that I’m putting selecting the fish as part 2 when there are so many other decisions that have to be made but the reason I’ve put selecting the fish as #2 is because so many other decisions are gonna be predicated on the type of fish you choose. So let’s get into it.

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Selecting what type of fish your gonna keep is not an easy decision to make. With so many options available to this hobby it can be pretty overwhelming. Add to it the fact that many of the choices out there wont mix well together, its a decision that can take you some time to make so plan on doing some research.

I wanted to use this video to give you some ideas of different types of fish that are available to you but understand that when you see one that you like you need to do some research on that particular fish. You can’t just run to the store and grab a hand full of fish and throw them in a tank, if you do you might be turning your tank into a battlefield or it might be like throwing your new fish into a gas chamber.

So once you see that fish you like you need to do your research to find out what that fishes needs are.
Here is a list of things to look into:
- What type of water parameters they require. This will tell you whether your tap water is acceptable for that fish or if you might need to make some changes to your water to suit the fish.
How big they can get so you know what size tank you need to set up.
What types of fish they are compatible with which will help you in deciding tank mates.
What there temperament is so you know if they are gonna play nice with the other fish in your tank or are they the type of fish that would rather be alone.
You need to know if the fish is an open water swimmer, bottom dweller or if they like plenty of hiding places, this will help you in your decorating choices.
Another thing to consider is the fishes breeding habits. Many times a fishes attitude can change in a big way if they are about to breed which could be dangerous to other fish in the tank. Fish breeding in your tank poses another problem and that is what to do with the babies, maybe you don’t want to deal with all that so you might decide to only get one of that particular fish and not even give them a chance to breed.

So these are just a few things to look for when you’re deciding on what type of fish you want to buy, in my opinion these are the most important things. I think yo’ll find that the information is out there and easy to find on just about any fish. You could literally be standing in the fish store, type in the fish in your phone or ask siri and get all of this info. It’s not information that will take you months to find.

Finding the information is easy but making the decision is not so take your time. Don’t rush this, You’re buying a new pet not just some decoration so put some thought into it and know what you're getting into before moving on to all of the other decisions that need to be made.

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Vegan Captain Paul Watson (Sea Shepherd): Animal Intelligence and Our Human Extinction

As stated by Captain Watson at minute 4:10 We have removed about 90% of the fishes from the Ocean!

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We must stop eating the oceans. Eating fish is, for all intents and purposes, an ecological crime. -Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd

We need to consider the needs of the fishes and we need to give them the space and the time to recover from the terrible slaughter we have inflicted upon all the species that live in the sea... If an ecological collapse occurs because of the removal of a pivotal species or species, we won't be worrying about jobs. We'll be worrying that our fellow man will be hunting and eating us. -Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd

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Meat And Dairy (MAD) Consumption: Since the 1970's, 90% of Rainforest deforestation and 70% of ALL deforestation has been, and still is, from MAD consumption! At our current rate of MADness the Indonesian Rainforest will be gone within 10-15 years!

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7 Animals Survived What Dinosaurs Couldn’t

7 Animals Survived What Dinosaurs Couldn’t
Number one Crocodiles
The world was full of dinosaurs 99 million years ago, but crocodilian animals were also abundant and some were huge. “The Cretaceous period is full of giant crocs
including Sarcosuchus, Dyrosaurus, Deinosuchus, Shieldcroc and others. There was likely ample food and a warm climate facilitating their ability to reach large sizes.
There are fossils of very large fish from the region, so there were certainly large prey to catch as well. Fossils found suggest that one species, known as Shieldcroc,
grew to be 33 feet long with a nearly 7-foot-long head. And, although most of their dino-lizard cousins left during the K/T event, crocodiles persevered. Today, 23
different crocodilian species exist.

Number two Bees
Bees are believed to have first appeared during the Cretaceous period, around the same time, evolutionarily speaking, as the first flowering plants started to bloom.
Because there’s a poor fossil record of bees, scientists have had a hard time understanding how they crossed the K/T boundary, but a 2013 study of carpenter bees
suggests that bees also underwent a mass extinction at that time. Bees have gone through hard times, and negative effects have occurred. If we can understand what
happened in the past, it can help us understand the current perturbations and loss of diversification. The United States Geological Survey estimates there are currently
20,000 species of bees around the world.

Number three Green Sea Turtles
The earliest marine turtles are thought to have shown up during the Jurassic period and survived the global extinction because they developed a wide array of adaptive
survival techniques that “allow them to survive hard times. For example, when it gets too cold, aquatic turtles naturally will hibernate. When it gets too hot or dry,
aquatic turtles dig themselves into mud holes and wait out the problem. These are tools that come in handy during regular times, but apparently also during meteorite
impacts. Large green sea turtles are found in tropical and subtropical waters across the globe.

Number four Sharks
Believe it or not, sharks have been in the ocean for about 450 million years. They survived four of the five big extinction events. During the Cretaceous period, they
were likely prey to the immense Spinosaurus aegyptiacus but proliferated and thrived once the dinosaurs wiped out. Sharks are thought to have adapted the modern features
we know today during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, about 200 million years ago. A frilled shark from a species dating back 80 million years was caught off Australia
earlier this year. It had 300 teeth in 25 rows.

Number five Platypuses
The platypus is one of the few monotremes still in existence today. The egg-laying mammal was only recently discovered to have lived during the Jurassic period. After
analyzing a Teinolophos jawbone in 2008, University of Texas paleontologist Tim Rowe discovered that platypuses dated back as far as 122 million years ago. Platypuses
are one of only two mammalian species that lay eggs, the other being echidnas, or spiny anteaters. Platypuses live only in eastern Australia and Tasmania reclusive,
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Several researchers at Shiseido Research Denter in Yokohama came out with a study concluding that people who think they have foot odor do, and people who don't, don't.

The Oregon State Health Division and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine pioneered a study about salmonella excretions in joy riding pigs

John Mack of Harvard Medical School and David Jacobs of Temple University performed a study which concluded that people who believe they were kidnapped by aliens from outer space probably were.

Several researchers recently performed a very official study of constipation among US military service members.

The International Journal of Neuroscience released a report title The Effects of Unilateral Forced Nostril Breathing on Cognition. In other words, whether breathing through one nostril makes you smarter or not.

The Institute of Food Research in the UK performed a groundbreaking analysis of soggy breakfast cereal entitled A Study on the Effects of Water Content on the Compaction Behaviour of Breakfast Cereal Flakes.

Several researchers at the University of Bergen, Norway released a report with the title Effect of Ale, Garlic, and Soured Cream on the Appetite of Leeches.

Aston University in England released a report proving that toast tends to fall on the buttered side. It was published in the European Journal of Physics

The University Hospital of Zurich, the Kansai Medical University in Osaka, and the Neuroscience Technology Research Center in Prague performed a massively overfunded study of people's brainwaves while chewing on different flavors of bubblegum

The State University of New York at Albany released a report entitled Chicken Plucking as Measure of Tornado Wind Speed.

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Why Some Vegans Get It Wrong

John from visits his 20 year vegan friend, Susan Lerner to learn about some of the ways she chooses to live her vegan lifestyle as a part of nature, and not in a sterile box.

First, you will discover how Susan rescues dogs, provides a habitat for fish, bees, insects, plants and other local wildlife. Will discover Johns opinions on living a vegan lifestyle and how he strives to live.

You will learn how she catches poisonous bufo marine toads that may kill her rescue dogs and what she does to them.

Next you will discover how Susan provides Honeybees a home and harvests and uses some of the bees honey.

John will then interview Susan about keeping bees as a Vegan and being a compassionate natural beekeeper.. You will learn more about bees and what is most important when beekeeping.

You will discover how its hipocritical to harvest the honey from bees but at the same time support and purchase conventional and organic foods that are using enslaved bees to polianate crops so 30% of fruits and vegetables to grow.

You will discover how honey bees can increase yield of fresh vegan fruits by 100% and a valuable part of the ecosystem.

Next you will discover the truth about honey on how most honey in the store are not ethically produced and only produced for profit. John and Susan will dispel some false (and truth) about how some bees are treated in the production of food via pollination and honey.

You will learn John's truth about the problem with honey, bees, farming, fruits and vegetables of today and why its it occurs.

You will learn about some of the bee products that John chooses to use and how he chooses them. You will learn why many honeys may not be as natural as you think.

You will also discover how some bees can lose their lives when harvesting honey. You will also discover how chemical and organic pesticides are used to kill pests on the food that is grown that vegans eat.

You will learn how John views honey and how it is a plant based food. He will share his opinions on how often he believes honey should be used. He will share his thoughts on how much he eats as well, and why he chooses to eat small quantities of honey.
John will share his views if he would rather eat honey or raw vegan agave.

Next you will discover how nature is not a “vegan” system and how Susan attempts to orchestrate the nature that surrounds her home. Next you will discover Susan's opions on living on a property and being vegan.

Next, John will share a story about Oakley, his 7 pound minature pincher Oakley and had him “wake” up about being vegan and how we should live in reality and strive to do the best we can.

Finally, you will discover Susan's final words of wisdom coming from a 20 year vegan on how to become a better vegan and be responsible in this web of life. You will discover the steps you can take to create a better ecosystem instead of destroy the earth's ecosystem.

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