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Blowgun Lizard Assassin

Amazing blowgun head shots on Texas lizards. Long range blowgun shots using Cold Steel Shotgun Dart
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What WEAPONS do Animals Use? | Animals Did It First | Reel Truth Earth - Wildlife & Discovery

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Incredible running shot on a fox with a bow

This is a freaking amazing shot on a running fox. A cool way to trick foxes within bow range as well. A sky view of a foxes approach to the call and point blank shot. Epic clip. 2 kills
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How EVERY (ALL 809) Pokemon Could Kill You

This took longer than expected but here is a comprehensive list of how EVERY SINGLE Pokemon before generation 8 could kill you in their very own SPECIAL way.

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Tracer Cat

Man shoots at a bobcat with his assault rifle with military tracers. Cat sees it coming and ducks out of the way.

Animals Did It First - How Do Animals Use Weaponry? | Science Documentary | Reel Truth Science

Mankind has been very resourceful at picking a fight. Swords, spears, flick-knives, guns, tanks, fighter planes even germ warfare. But every one of our inventions has equivalents in the violent natural world. Spiders use lassoes, sticky bombs and traps. Insects use poisons and lures, night-vision and heat-detection. Above all, piercing mouthparts, sharp talons, teeth and claws can kill on first contact. But in the animal arms race many of the players have developed countermeasures. The mongoose is immune to cobra venom, the armadillo built like a tank, and many birds can out-maneuver even the fastest of falcons. This is the story of how animals kill and avoid being killed.

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Let's Play Return to Firetop Mountain (Fighting Fantasy Game Book) Part 3

A playthrough with commentary (and narration) of the Fighting Fantasy Game Book Return to Firetop Mountain by Ian Livingstone. Part 3.

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Aerial predators like owls, falcons, and eagles have keen senses that allow them to see and hear things that would normally go unnoticed by other species. Fly alongside these magnificent raptors at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario as they showcase the full range of their hunting abilities.

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Staying alive is the first priority for all creatures--and with clever adaptations like poison and mimicry, some species defy the odds to outwit predators. From the hoverfly to the scarlet kingsnake, join us on a fascinating rundown of some uniquely successful survivors.

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Animals Did It First - Season 1 Episode 1 | Full Documentary

The rise of human creativity and innovation has led us to believe that we are much more advanced than animals - but are we? This documentary series looks at different animals and their individual abilities and compares them to human likenesses to prove if animals actually did it first. In episode 1, we investigate the arms race and take a look at how animals and humans use weaponry in warfare.

The creativity of humans is astounding. We design ever more outlandish clothes to help us attract a mate and even use cosmetic surgery. We can build submarines, skyscrapers and spacecraft. All in all were pretty impressiveor are we? In Animals Did It First we discover that animals are better than humans at most thingsand almost always got round to it years before.

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Marine Life Hazards & Management of Injuries Webinar

Injuries caused by hazardous marine life are rare, but entering the marine environment always carries the risk of being stung, bitten or cut. Water enthusiasts of all kinds can benefit from knowing how to recognise and avoid hazardous marine life and how to respond to injuries.
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Our Story Begins | Rat Queens RPG | Chapter 1, Episode 1

Mercenaries, adventurers, a straight up mess. These are the 'Rat Queens', one of the many bands of warriors, mages and thieves that roam the world. The dwarven warrior Violet, the halfling thief Betty, the human cleric Dee, the elven mage Hannah, and the orc warrior Braga smite, bash and stab their way through all sorts of epic adventures in and around their hometown of Palisade. With a diverse cast both in and out of character, the official Rat Queens RPG can only be seen on Hyper RPG.

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Walden Audiobook by Henry David Thoreau | Audiobooks Youtube Free | Part 2

Walden by Henry David Thoreau is one of the best-known non-fiction books written by an American. Published in 1854, it details Thoreau’s life for two years, two months, and two days around the shores of Walden Pond. Walden is neither a novel nor a true autobiography, but a social critique of the Western World, with each chapter heralding some aspect of humanity that needed to be either renounced or praised. Along with his critique of the civilized world, Thoreau examines other issues afflicting man in society, ranging from economy and reading to solitude and higher laws. He also takes time to talk about the experience at Walden Pond itself, commenting on the animals and the way people treated him for living there, using those experiences to bring out his philosophical positions. This extended commentary on nature has often been interpreted as a strong statement to the natural religion that transcendentalists like Thoreau and Emerson were preaching. (Description amended from Wikipedia).
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Animals Did It First - S01E01 | Amazing Nature Documentary | Natural History Channel

The rise of human creativity and innovation has led us to believe that we are much more advanced than animals - but are we? This documentary series looks at different animals and their individual abilities and compares them to human likenesses to prove if animals actually did it first. In episode 1, we investigate the arms race and take a look at how animals and humans use weaponry in warfare.

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Does a Texas Heart Shot Work? Watch This!!

You will NEVER see a crazier kill than this one!! I guarantee it. This turkey takes an arrow up the butt with a camera in tow. The rest is nuts or should I say butt, nuts and legs running for the woods. You have to watch it to believe it. The end is epic too.

10 Animals That Don't Look Dangerous But Are Actually Deadly

10 Animals That Don't Look Dangerous But Are Actually Deadly

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Top 20 Most Dangerous Animals In The World

I compiled a list of the top 20 most dangerous animals on Earth! These are in no particular order and all the animals on my list still exist today!

Top 15 cute animal who can easily kill you

Top 15 cute animal who can easily kill you
The pufferfish is the second most poisonous vertebrate on the planet. Fishermen recommend the use of
thick gloves to avoid poisoning and the risk of getting bitten when removing the hook.
with the animal's bite, hiss-like noises, sinuous moves, and even the way it defensively raises its arms
above its head, Smithsonian wonders whether the loris might have evolved to mimic the cobra.
Researchers also suggest that the slow loris's markings resemble those of the snake.If threatened, the loris
can take the toxin into its mouth and mix it with saliva. The animal may also lick or rub its hair with this
mixture to deter predators from attack. The toxin can cause death by anaphylactic shock in some people.
3-The best practice around moose is to go away around a moose, Anchorage-area state wildlife biologist
Jessy Coltrane Assume every moose is a serial killer standing in the middle of the trail
with a loaded gun.
4-They might look like an overgrown version of your pet, but don't forget that you're on the menu of almost
all of the wild big cats. In North America, pumas are an occasional threat to lone hikers and small children.
But all of the world's big cats — including tigers, lions, jaguars, leopards and cheetahs — can threaten lives if
they are mishandled or provoked.
5-The cassowary can charge up to 30 miles per hour and leap more than 3 feet in the air, reports
Smithsonian. The birds' claws — one curved and two straight as daggers — are so sharp that New Guinea
tribesmen put them over the tips of their spears to really make their weapons dangerous.
6-The tiny blue-ringed octopus can pack a wallop. It is widely regarded as one of the world's most
venomous animals. It lives in tidal regions ranging from Australia to Japan and is frequently encountered
by people wading in tide pools. If provoked or stepped on, it will bite. Blue-ringed octopus poison has no
antivenom and can kill an adult human within minutes.

7-Bears are some of the most lovable large carnivores in the world, often the subject of childhood tales
and treasured as teddy bears. It's a strange association, given that they are also on the shortlist of animals
known to hunt and kill humansThere are an estimated 15,000 big cats kept captive in the United States,
and only a small percentage of them are in accredited zoos.A recent study in the Journal of Wildlife
Management documented the 59 fatal black bear attacks between 1900 and 2009 in the U.S. and Canada.
Researchers found that solo, hungry males — not mothers with babies — are most often the ones that kill.
8-the charismatic colors might catch your eye, but such pizzazz is also nature's way of telling you to stay
away. The poison dart frog is among the most poisonous creatures on Earth. The two-inch-long golden
poison dart frog, for example, has enough venom to kill 10 adult men, reports National Geographic.
Indigenous American Indians used the toxic secretions to poison the tips of blowgun darts.
That's how the frog earned its common name.
9-You wouldn't know it by looking at it, but this large creature feeds only on ants and termites.
Its size is part of what makes it such a dangerous animal, but the true weapons are the powerful, sharp
claws. If threatened, an anteater can maul a human and do an incredible amount of damage with just one
swipe.A threatened, cornered anteater will rear up on its hind legs, while using its large tail
for balance. It will lash out with its claw which can be four inches long.
10-Wolverines are perhaps best known for their attitude, . They don’t hesitate to fight with
wolves and other predators over a meal, and given the right snow conditions are even capable of taking
down a moose—a feat wolverine specialist Doug Chadwick likens to 'a house cat bringing down a deer.'”
11-Don't try to cuddle this cuttlefish. Though charming and colorful, this aptly named fish's displays
are meant as a warning. Like octopuses and some squid, cuttlefish are venomous. The muscles of the
cuttlefish contain a highly toxic compound.Although cuttlefish rarely encounter humans, their poison
is considered extremely toxic and can be as lethal as the poison of the blue-ringed octopus
12-The leopard seal is at the top of the food chain in its home in the Antarctic, and this
is one predator you don't want to swim with. It is bold, powerful and curious, and it has
been known to hunt people, although it usually targets penguins.In 1985, Scottish explorer
Gareth Wood was bitten twice on the leg when a leopard seal tried to drag him off the ice
and into the sea, and in 2003 a leopard seal dragged snorkeling biologist Kirsty Brown underwater
to her death in Antarctica.
13-This chunky lizard with pink or orange spots is one of the few venomous lizards in the world
and the largest lizard native to the United States. Though it is sluggish, the Gila monster is capable
of delivering a painful* dose of venom when provo

Top 10 Animals of Amazon Rain Forests | Wildlife | Environmental Science

Amazon is the largest rain forest of the earth covering Brazil, Peru, Columbia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. Amazon is home to one in ten of all the known species of the earth. It constitutes 50% of the rain forests of the world. It supports tens of thousands of species of plants, insects, birds and animals. It is a tough job to select the top 10 animals of the rich Amazonian ecosystem. In this video we have consolidated a list of top 10 species based on the uniqueness, popularity, and their importance in the ecosystem.
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