The Great Gildersleeve: Fishing Trip / The Golf Tournament / Planting a Tree

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Sleep and Relaxation Nature Sounds: Crickets Summer Night

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK ACT I SCENE I. Elsinore. A platform before the Castle. Enter Francisco and Barnardo, two sentinels. BARNARDO. Who’s there? FRANCISCO. Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself. BARNARDO. Long live the King! FRANCISCO. Barnardo? BARNARDO. He. FRANCISCO. You come most carefully upon your hour. BARNARDO. ’Tis now struck […]

Fox Dives Headfirst Into Snow | North America

Elephant satellite collaring with WWF

these few days have been extremely exciting intense and very very interesting I’m standing in the middle of Selous in South of Tanzania next to the Rufiji river and the Rufiji river is the most important lifeline to this whole area the reason I’ve been here is to document the satellite collaring of elephants within […]

Camping Stereotypes

Hum, medium rare with a golden crust. Yeah, right, burnt to the core. Now that’s a s’more. [MUSIC PLAYING] That’s cute, guys, first s’more? I found dinner. Bruce is doing chili tonight. Bruce is weak. I’m having lizard. We’ll be eating in no less than a week. It’s a little soft-shell turtle. Oh, in Indonesia, […]

‘Zombie’ Parasite Takes Over Insects Through Mind Control | National Geographic

Fungi and slime molds race to decompose dead matter on the forest floor. Many spread by releasing spores up to thirty thousand a second. (scary music) If just one of these spores lands in the right place, and takes root, it can colonize a whole new area. (scary music) But not all fungi feed on […]

Gator Girl Rescues Nuisance Alligators | BEAST BUDDIES

GABBY SCAMPONE: What I do is awesome but wrestling and trapping alligators – it definitely has its risks. GABBY SCAMPONE: So, I was actually on a date last week, half way through the date and Paul calls me about an alligator. So, obviously I have to go get it but it was a blessing in […]

Hungry WEAVER ANT Colony vs. CRICKET (feat. Animalogic)

Oh boy! AC Family, today’s episode is a special one! Ants happen to be one of the worlds top predators and scavengers in the ecosystems they are part of, and in our Ant Room we have watched ants devour and dismantle a lizard, a turtle, bird-eater tarantula, roaches, mice, and even my arm! But today, […]

Sea Urchins Pull Themselves Inside Out to be Reborn | Deep Look

All alone, in a vast emptiness. A baby sea urchin. A pluteus. Blind and deaf, its sole purpose is to find the right place to land. Here’s what it will become, an adult sea urchin. Basically a rugged ball of spines, built to survive in some of the harshest environments in the ocean. Like their […]

Pygmy Seahorses: Masters of Camouflage | Deep Look

This is a pygmy seahorse. It’s one of the smallest species of seahorses in the world, smaller than a paper clip. Camouflage is critical to their survival. It’s how they hide from predators. The seahorses are too small and too fragile to make it on their own. So unless they find a place that they […]