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Jack & Jack - Wild Life (Official Music Video)

Official music video for Wild Life by Jack and Jack. Get Wild Life on iTunes now!

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National Geographic Wild - Fight To Survive - Animal Wildlife Documentary - Natgeo Wild

Published on May 27, 2017
The concept of the struggle for existence concerns the competition or battle for resources needed to live. It can refer to human society, or to organisms in nature. The concept is ancient, and the term struggle for existence was in use by the end of the 18th century
The essential assumption of the theory of natural selection holds that there is a fierce struggle for survival in nature, and every living thing cares only for itself. At the time Darwin proposed this theory, the ideas of Thomas Malthus, the British classical economist, were an important influence on him. Malthus maintained that human beings were inevitably in a constant struggle for survival, basing his views on the fact that population, and hence the need for food resources, increases geometrically, while food resources themselves increase only arithmetically. The result is that population size is inevitably checked by factors in the environment, such as hunger and disease. Darwin adapted Malthus's vision of a fierce struggle for survival among human beings to nature at large, and claimed that natural selection is a consequence of this struggle.

Further research, however, revealed that there was no struggle for life in nature as Darwin had postulated. As a result of extensive research into animal groups in the 1960s and 1970s, V. C. Wynne-Edwards, a British zoologist, concluded that living things balance their population in an interesting way, which prevents competition for food. Animal groups were simply managing their population on the basis of their food resources. Population was regulated not by elimination of the weak through factors like epidemics or starvation, but by instinctive control mechanisms. In other words, animals controlled their numbers not by fierce competition, as Darwin suggested, but by limiting reproduction.8

Even plants exhibited examples of population control, which invalidated Darwin's suggestion of selection by means of competition. The botanist A. D. Bradshaw's observations indicated that during reproduction, plants behaved according to the density of the planting, and limited their reproduction if the area was highly populated with plants.9 On the other hand, examples of sacrifice observed in animals such as ants and bees display a model completely opposed to the Darwinist struggle for survival.

In recent years, research has revealed findings regarding self-sacrifice even in bacteria. These living things without brains or nervous systems, totally devoid of any capacity for thought, kill themselves to save other bacteria when they are invaded by viruses.10

These examples surely invalidate the basic assumption of natural selection-the absolute struggle for survival. It is true that there is competition in nature; however, there are clear models of self-sacrifice and solidarity, as well.
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Elephant Giving Birth in Nature | Wild Life

Elephant Giving Birth in Nature | Wild Life
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Build Undergroud Hut System On The Cliff To Avoid Wildlife

Continue the underground hut project. Recently I have built more storage and kitchen. All three huts are connected by a tunnel system. I cook on a large flat stone by heating the stone and putting food on it to ripen. Warehouse used to store firewood in rainy days. The kitchen is connected to the bedroom so I can set fire to sleep for heating
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Abandoned Australian Wildlife park. Decaying, left to rot.

This wildlife park was closed down in 2012 due to offences against the wildlife.
They also did not hold a license to display native animals to the public.
Due to the operator of this park not being able to obtain the license needed to run this park, they were evicted and surrendered all the animals to the rspca.
Since then this park has just been sitting, nothing so far has been done with it.
There's no news on if its being sold or going to be turned into something else.
Will just have to keep an eye on this place and see what happens with it.

The Shark that is displayed is a 5 metre Great White shark. *it is dead and is a taxidermy piece*...It died in 1998 in tuna fishing nets in South Australia. It is being preserved in this tank in formaldehyde.

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- National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentary
The jaguar (Panthera onca) is a big cat, a feline in the Panthera genus, and is the only extant Panthera species native to the Americas. The jaguar is the third-largest- National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentary feline after the tiger and the lion, and the largest in the Americas. The jaguar's present range extends from Southwestern United States and Mexico across much of Central America and south to Paraguay and northern Argentina. Apart from a known and possibly breeding population in Arizona (southeast of Tucson) and the bootheel of New Mexico, the cat has largely been extirpated from the United States since the early 20th century.

This spotted cat most closely resembles the leopard physically, although it is usually larger and of sturdier build and its behavioral and habitat characteristics are closer to those of the tiger. While Jaguar Documentary - The Real King Of The Jungle - History Channel HDdense rainforest is its preferred habitat, the jaguar will range across a variety of forested and open terrains. Its preferred Taxonomy and evolution
The jaguar, Panthera onca, is the only extant New World member of the genus Panthera. DNA evidence shows the lion, tiger, leopard, jaguar, snow leopard, and clouded leopard share a common ancestor, and that this - National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentarygroup is between six and ten million years old; the fossil record points to the emergence of Panthera just two to 3.8 million years ago.[13][14] Phylogenetic studies generally have shown the clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) is basal to this group.[13][15][16][17] The position of the remaining species varies between studies and is effectively unresolved.Jaguar Hunts along the River: Capybara Attack and Giant River Otters

Based on morphological evidence, British zoologist Reginald Pocock concluded the jaguar is most closely related to the- National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentary leopard.[17] However, DNA evidence is inconclusive and the position of the jaguar relative to the other species varies between studies.[13][15][16][17] Fossils of extinct Panthera species, such as the European jaguar (Panthera gombaszoegensis) and the American lion (Panthera atrox), show characteristics of both the lion and the jaguar.[17] Analysis of jaguar mitochondrial DNA has dated the species' lineage to - National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentarybetween 280,000 and 510,000 years ago, later than suggested by fossil recordshabitats are usually swamps and Jaguar Hunts along the River: Capybara Attack and Giant River Otterswooded regions, but jaguars also live in scrublands and deserts. The jaguar is notable, along with the tiger, as a feline that enjoys swimming.- National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentary The jaguar is largely a solitary, opportunistic, stalk-and-ambush predator at the top of the food - National Geographic The Jaguar Big Cats Animals Nature Wildlife Documentarychain (an apex predator). It is a keystone species, playing an important role in stabilizing ecosystems and regulating the populations of the animals it hunts. The jaguar has an exceptionally powerful bite, even relative to the other big cats.[2] This allows it to pierce the shells of armored reptiles[3] and to employ an unusual killing method: it bites directly through the skull of prey between the ears to deliver a fatal bite to the brain.[4]

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How much money do I make with a WILDLIFE BIOLOGY degree? (HONEST)

How much money do scientists, wildlife biologists, and people with an environmental degree make? Telling Youtube how much money I make in a year and what my salary is as a wildlife biologist. This is my debt free journey and how I paid off 50,000 of debt and made 110,000 in one year.

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What major should you choose? || Environmental & Wildlife Biologists

What major should you choose for an environmental or a wildlife biologist career? What is the difference between zoology and wildlife biology? Which major is the BEST out of all of them?

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Unbelievable! Build The Underground Stone Cave In The Cliff To Avoid Wildlife

Unbelievable! Build The Underground Stone Cave In The Cliff To Avoid Wildlife
Recently, I built an underground cellar in the cliff. The door has an arched design and is built of stone. Outside the door I made a pointy trap to avoid big predators.
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2013/2014 Arizona Wildlife Views - Show 12

In this episode of Arizona Wildlife Views, hosted by Jim Paxon, biologists are tracking tortoises, encountering rattlesnakes and studying mountain lions. Arizona Wildlife Views is produced by the Information Branch of the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
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