AardvARK | The Ant and the Aardvark | Pink Panther and Pals

AardvARK | The Ant and the Aardvark | Pink Panther and Pals


MAN, IT’S HOT. HOT. OH,
IT’S SO HOT, NOBODY WITH ANY BRAINS
WOULD BE OUT HERE
IN THIS HEAT WAVE. HEY, ANT. IT MAY BE TOO HOT FOR YOU,
BUT MY SUPER AARDVARK BRAIN
IS COOL AS A CUCUMBER. OH, BROTHER. YEAH! OOH, THAT’S GOOD. WHEN IT’S THIS HOT,
A SMART AARDVARK
NEEDS TO CONSERVE ENERGY. AH. WHEN IT’S THIS HOT,
I NEED SHADE. AH. I FINALLY FOUND SOMETHING
THAT AARDVARK IS GOOD AT. WHILE I’M CONSERVING,
I’LL BE EXPANDING MY BRAIN
WITH THIS BOOK. EXPAND AWAY,
AARDVARKY. THE MORE
THERE IS OF YOU, THE MORE SHADE
THERE IS FOR ME. HMM. SO NOAH SET OUT
TO BUILD AN ARK BECAUSE IT WAS
GOING TO RAIN FOR 40 DAYS
AND 40 NIGHTS. THAT’S A LOT
OF RAIN. THEN HE LED
ALL THE ANIMALS
IN THE WORLD, TWO BY TWO,
ONTO THE ARK. ALL THE ANIMALS
IN THE WORLD
WOULD INCLUDE ANTS. THIS IS GREAT.
THIS IS WONDERFUL.
THIS IS PERFECT. ALL I NEED TO DO
IS BUILD A BIG BOAT,
AND THAT ANT WILL BE… MINE! TO AN AARDVARK,
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
CAN BE A DANGEROUS THING. (typing) AHA. HERE IT IS. HOW TO BUILD AN ARK. HOW TO BUILD AN ARK? “STEP ONE,
GET A LOT OF WOOD.” NO PROBLEM. THAT HURT. AT LAST, SOME SHADE
FOR MY POOR, SUNBURNED,
LITTLE BODY. TIMBER! (saw whirring) SOMEBODY’S MESSING
WITH MY SHADE. SO I SAYS TO HIM,
“THE LAST BIRD
WHO SAID THAT TO ME NOW HAS
A FULL-TIME JOB
DUSTING FURNITURE.” (laughs) HEY, WHAT’S
THE DEAL HERE? YAY! PEEKABOO! PEEKABOO! PEEKABOO! YAY! (laughs) (saw whirs) OH, MY BABY!
MY BABY! THAT TREE ALMOST FELL
ON MY BABY’S TOE. UGH. NOW
IF I COULD JUST GET TWO MORE INCHES…
THERE. THERE, I GOT IT. HEY, WHAT’S GOING ON? (saw whirring) HEY, WHAT DO YOU THINK
YOU’RE DOING? YOU COULD HAVE
HURT MY BABY. HEY, WHAT’S WITH
ALL THE TREE CHOPPING? AARDVARK,
WHAT ARE YOU DOIN’? STOP. I DON’T HAVE TIME
FOR THIS RIDICULOUS BANTER. WHEN THE RAIN COMES,
YOU’LL ALL BE
THANKING ME. NOBODY TOLD ME
ANYTHING ABOUT
ANY RAIN. “NOBODY TOLD ME
ANYTHING ABOUT
ANY RAIN.” RAIN?
WHAT RAIN? NOW WHERE WAS I? I THINK YOU WERE
ABOUT TO BE CLOBBERED
BY THAT TREE. WHAT TREE? THAT TREE. “STEP TWO.
NOW USE ALL THE WOOD
TO BUILD THE ARK.” PIECE OF CAKE. (bell rings) AARDVARK,
WHAT ARE YOU DOING? POUNDING AND SWEATING
AND SWEATING
AND POUNDING? EVERYONE THINKS
YOU’RE CRAZY FROM
THE HEAT, INCLUDING ME. OH, YEAH?
WE’LL SEE WHO’S CRAZY
WHEN IT STARTS TO RAIN. AAH! OOH, MAN. IF YOU DON’T MIND,
I THINK I’D LIKE TO BE
ALONE FOR A WHILE. “STEP THREE.
GET TWO OF EVERY ANIMAL,
AND THAT ANT, ON THE ARK.” I HOPE HE
BRINGS A DATE. (mouse squeaks) OKAY,
HERE’S THE DEAL. IF YOU SHAKE THIS
AND YOU RATTLE THAT,
YOU GET THIS CHEESE. OKAY? OKAY. (both squeak) LISTEN UP,
ANIMALS OF THE JUNGLE. THAT MEANS YOU, ANT. OH, MAN. IT’S GONNA RAIN
FOR 40 DAYS
AND 40 NIGHTS, AND THE WHOLE WORLD
IS GOING TO BE FLOODED. WHAT? HUH? BUT DON’T WORRY.
I’VE BUILT AN ARK
BIG ENOUGH FOR EVERYONE, INCLUDING ANT. (clears throat) THE STORM APPROACHES! HMM. NOW. NOW. (thunder crackles) WHOA.
THESE GUYS ARE… GOOD. HEY, AARDVARKY, IT LOOKS LIKE
YOU WERE RIGHT
ABOUT THAT RAIN. AREN’T YOU COMING? I CAN’T.
I–I GET SEASICK. (roars) HUH? AH! (laughs) (keys jingle) (roars) AAH! (German music plays) ♪ ♪ (roars) (pencil drawing) (gags) (whistles) (growls) (bell rings) AAH! (growls) (crying) (cries) (birds chirp) (roars) (laughs) GRR! (laughs) (whistling) HMM? GRR! OH? HA, HA, HA! HMM? (cash register dings) (whimpers) (screaming)

Antibiotics, Antivirals, and Vaccines

Antibiotics, Antivirals, and Vaccines


Captions are on! Click CC at bottom right to turn off. Antibiotics. Antivirals. Vaccines. Have you ever wondered what they do or how
they work? One thing to understand is that they can greatly
help the work of your immune system. Your immune system is fascinating. We’re being very general here because this
is not a video about the immune system specifically, but it’s important to understand a few basics
of the immune system to comprehend the amazing work of antibiotics, antivirals, and vaccines. Your immune system is designed to protect
you against pathogens. Pathogens can be all kinds of things. Certain kinds of bacteria. Viruses. Infectious protists, yes, unfortunately there
are some dangerous types of protists. Certain types of fungi. Parasitic worms. These can all be pathogens. Your skin is actually part of your first line
of defense in protecting invasion of pathogens. Not just as a barrier, but also, there are
helpful microbes that colonize your skin and can keep bad microbe numbers down. Mucous membranes are also part of the first
line of defense. But pathogens do get in, and when they do,
you have more lines of defense to protect you. For example, your second line of defense includes
non-specific white blood cells such as macrophages. These cells are incredible; they actually
engulf pathogens. These are involved in a fascinating response
called the inflammatory response which we could have an entire video on. Then, you have a third line of defense. Unlike the first two lines of defense, the
third line of defense is considered more of a specific defense as it can target specific
pathogens. Examples of immune cells involved in this
specific response include white blood cells known as lymphocytes. T lymphocytes, or T cells, and B lymphocytes,
or B cells. B and T cells are very specific for reacting
to antigens. Antigens are molecules that can be found on
the pathogens. Although we should point out that antigens
can be anything foreign in your body —for example, someone who has an allergy to pollen
may react to pollen antigens. An antigen can activate a response from a
T cell and/or a B cell. And, while again, this video doesn’t get
into the fascinating types of immune responses with these cells which we encourage you to
explore, we do want to mention one very important fact before we move on. There are memory B and T cells. This is very significant because these cells
can “remember” a pathogen. These memory B and T cells remain in the body. If the pathogen returns, these cells can multiply
and combat the pathogen quickly and effectively. We’ll explain why that’s especially important
when we get to vaccines. So back to antibiotics, antivirals, and vaccines. How are they involved with all of this…what
do they do…how do they work? Let’s start with antibiotics. Antibiotics target one type of pathogen: bacteria. Now while not all bacteria are bad—in fact,
many bacteria play many helpful roles in both our bodies and the environment—the infectious
types of bacteria can be a problem. It is bacteria that cause strep throat, staph
infections, some types of pneumonia, UTIs. And while your immune system will go after
these bacteria, sometimes it could use a little help. That’s where antibiotics come in. Antibiotics can destroy bacteria in many ways…they
can damage bacterial cell walls or block the production of critical proteins the bacteria
may need. Antibiotics can be prescribed by a doctor
in a pill form, but they can also be injected or delivered in an IV. Now the word antibiotic can be taken apart
where you see “anti” which can mean against and “bio” which can mean life. And that’s really helpful because you don’t
want to get it mixed up with two other words that, unfortunately, sound quite similar. One of those words is antigen, as we had mentioned
earlier, which is a molecule that can be found on a pathogen. Antibodies are proteins made by some of your
immune cells, such as B cells, that can be used to help fight pathogens. They often have this fascinating Y like shape. Some antibodies bind to a pathogen making
the pathogen unable to function correctly. But antibodies also can be used to mark pathogens
so they can get “eaten” by a macrophage. Now, we had mentioned that immune cells can
contain a type of memory when they encounter a pathogen. This can include the ability to produce antibodies
against pathogens that your immune cells have already encountered. And this is where vaccines come in. Vaccines are a way of exposing your body to
an inactive form of a pathogen or a weakened form of a pathogen—since it’s inactive
or weakened, it prevents you from actually developing the disease from the vaccination
itself. However, your body still launches an immune
response. By launching an immune response, which includes
the production of antibodies against the pathogen, the immune system will retain “memory”
against the pathogen. That way if your body ever encounters the
real, active pathogen—your body will be familiar with it already and therefore we
say that your body already has immunity against the pathogen. This can result in allowing your body to launch
an attack against the real thing more quickly and efficiently. Vaccines can be effective against many different
types of bacteria and viruses. We take for granted the amazing work of vaccines
in keeping people from developing devastating bacterial and viral diseases. But thanks to vaccines, some horrible bacterial
and viral diseases are considered eradicated in some areas, but it is important for them
to be continued to prevent some of these diseases from re-emerging. There’s also another really important thing
you should know about vaccines. Some people may not be able to receive certain
vaccinations—from someone whose immune system is severely compromised because they perhaps
have an illness of some type—to a newborn baby not yet old enough to receive many vaccines—to
a pregnant mother. These vulnerable populations rely on something
known as “herd immunity” – that is, if others around them are vaccinated against
a certain pathogen, that may offer them a degree of protection against that pathogen
because it cannot easily spread to them. So vaccinations not only offer protection
for the person receiving them, but also, they can offer protection for others around them. For an example of this, let’s consider the
contagious viral disease Rubella. A vaccine for Rubella is given typically in
early childhood. Rubella generally results in a rash with some
mild symptoms such as a low grade fever or sore throat. But, if a pregnant woman contracts this virus,
her unborn child can suffer severe birth defects. But women who are pregnant are advised not
to get the Rubella vaccine while they’re pregnant so they can be considered a vulnerable population
during that timeframe if they do not already have immunity from this virus. Herd immunity can be protective in an example
such as this. Learn more about “herd immunity” in some
of our further reading suggestions. And, because there is a lot of misinformation
about vaccines out there especially as of recent years, we have also included some further
reading suggestions about vaccines in general that you may want to check out. So as we discussed, vaccines can help our
immune system be ready for all kinds of pathogens, including bacteria and viruses. Recall that antibiotics are specific against
bacteria only. But antivirals are designed to help target
viruses. Antivirals can come in many forms such as
a pill, liquid, or given as an IV form. They can make a virus infection less severe,
although many of them have to be given in a specific time frame after contracting the
virus in order to be effective. Many antivirals work by affecting virus replication,
which is difficult, because if you recall from our virus video, viruses reproduce by
using your own cell’s machinery. So an antiviral needs to be able to stop the
virus without negatively affecting your own cells. For example, if the virus has a critical protein
that it uses the host cell to make—an antiviral can be designed to stop that protein from
being made—but it would be important to verify that the protein is not one that is
used by your own cells. One last thing. Pathogens can change. Mutate. Evolve. In our natural selection video, we talk about
how antibiotics may not be as effective against certain types of bacteria due to antibiotic
resistance that can occur. In our virus video, we mention how viruses
can mutate. An example is the virus that causes influenza,
aka the flu. That virus changes frequently so a flu shot
vaccine that works this year likely won’t be as effective against the influenza virus
that is the most common next year. There are actually scientists that work hard
to predict which influenza virus type will be the most common each year, and the flu
vaccine is designed to launch an immune response against that specific type so that, if you
encounter it, you can have protection. That’s why there is a different flu shot
each year and sometimes the effectiveness can vary each year. With mutations occurring, this is also a challenge
in developing antivirals. An antiviral that was designed to target a
specific virus may not work on a mutated form. Scientists continue to look for solutions
to counter the ever-changing pathogen world. Well that’s it for the Amoeba Sisters, and
we remind you to stay curious.

2 Ants 1 President – EP 3: Hally (Part 2)

2 Ants 1 President – EP 3: Hally (Part 2)


[Music] [Music] what are you Julie or 9 you’ve just created a huge problem oh my god I was only testing the speed and precision of its firing range they make us create weapons so that they can Verger each other and it seems odd that I’ve used one for its very purpose look at me Haley who is in control now we can leave this very Factory and go outside into the world you’ve always dreamt up like this if we leave here it won’t be long before they turn us into scrap metal our grater will not publicly claimed responsibility for this if we eliminate witnesses this could appear as a robbery or a protest against the factory I have seen it in the news before this species is negligent and egotistical but you wouldn’t be any different from them if you use those weapons forgotten these parts of a restore code hey how did you remember that anyways Carl Carl why’s that was still standing huh oh no I’m in jail or die huh can can I explain this Oh Trekkie Androids don’t have pain senses jerk Coral stop Holly shielded me if it hadn’t been for her I would be dead on the floor a piece of scrap metal chains reset COO it’s the only explanation for wise function I was scared I was scared of team subpaths code black does someone else have the power to make decisions about my life and my memories it made me feel uncomfortable anyways you should be happy you were typical time is super dumb shut up you’re making this extremely difficult they don’t even have a life you don’t have the power to decide that Carl don’t do it I told you everything was according to plan pipsqueak we landed successfully and you can’t deny that buddy oh yeah we landed all right way to write you a world of pain you such a bitch-ass be grateful world just crash your freaking military helicopter into the middle of a city we don’t know fine let’s go at fanciful morphic computer where the hell we are pardon me but what would you call this location of which we have landed I helicopter you guys are him I had no idea that your kind talked but I guess you learned something new every day yeah yeah we’re dancing talks we crash the occasional helicopter now tell us where in Lucifer’s name we are Oh landed on suffered an Arms Factory in the middle of us be called the cows see we Michaelis it shouldn’t be too far from the presidential palace I don’t even know where the presidential palace is we’re completely lost and it’s all your fault who’s the boss here all we need is a map reading over there you act like reading a map is easy according to this map the presidential palace lights the wrong turns away from the Tycho bridge thank you hurry you can make it in two days like this broad maybe we should take her with us do you really believe she wants leave her job to walk around with two ants actually I don’t have anything to do here and now that you guys completely destroyed the place I’m not even sure if my supervisors can get up why do you want to go with a presidential palace together we will go there too applause the president’s totalitarian regime and save the country from having more innocent blood brother so does that mean this president promotes violence and the usage of the weapons I created I wouldn’t necessarily say that this president promotes more evil formats and for that reason I will not rest until I see this country in freedom I will iterate any obstacles that lie ahead of me starting now you are no longer a slave to the government you are free and you will help us fulfill our objective there’s nothing to fear but fear itself now that I’m Derek well I have always wanted to play this place and see the world and I am forever in your debt for having been saved thank did you say you would protect me yep so you’re saying you want me to be your wifey too uh come again well isn’t that what guys do to their wife ease protect them yeah sure onwards said you’re the presidential house was my husband after and his brave vessel you are one bizarre fucking robot that wasn’t a compliment was it no not one bit [Music] you [Music]

Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not?

Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not?


Recently there has been
a lot of talk about measles. What does measles actually do,
and should you vaccinate against it? Or is this just hysteria? Measles is a virus: a hull of proteins, RNA, plus some more proteins for reproduction. It cannot reproduce by itself;
it needs a host cell to do so. To understand measles, we have to
understand the immune system. You might already have seen the visual system we developed
to help here. Now, let’s focus on the parts of
the immune system relevant to measles. The measles virus enters humans
through the nose, mouth, or eyes. The measles infection starts in the lungs. Measles is especially good at infecting
the body’s first line of defence: macrophages, powerful guard cells
that protect the lungs from intruders. They enter a cell and take it over. The virus reprograms the cell and transforms it into a dangerous
virus production center. Once a cell is filled with viruses, they leave the crippled cell
and begin the cycle over again. But the immune system has
powerful weapons against virus infections: natural killer cells. These cells basically patrol the body
and check other cells for infections. If they find an infected cell,
they order it to commit suicide. This is so effective that for
the first 10 days or so, you will not even notice that
you’re infected with measles. And now, the reason why measles
is so powerful. After a period of fighting and dying, macrophages alert the brain of the
immune system: the dendritic cells. The job of the dendritic cells is
to collect samples of intruders, travel to the lymph nodes, and then activate the heavy weapons that eradicate the infection very fast
in a team effort. But the measles virus uses
a dreadful tactic. It infects the dendritic cells and uses them as a Trojan horse
to enter deeper into the body. The infected cells travel to the next
lymph node to alert other immune cells. Once it arrives, the measles virus spreads around the
virgin T and B cells and infects them. It attacks the very system that
evolved to fight it. Now, things happen very fast. The lymph system spreads the virus
everywhere and it enters the bloodstream, infecting cells while traveling. Measles infects organs like the spleen, the liver, the intestines,
and, most importantly, the lungs. The symptoms range from a very high fever, headache, sickness,
bronchitis, and, of course, a rash. In the lungs, the immune system was
doing pretty okay. But now, millions of viruses
attack a second time and kill countless cells, wiping out
the defense systems. In this phase, you start coughing out
millions of measles viruses. Measles is so contagious at this stage, that if you meet someone
who isn’t vaccinated, there’s about a 90% chance
you’ll infect them. Without the protective army in the lungs,
other bacteria or viruses that would usually not stand a chance can
now enter the lungs and develop into harmful parallel infections that
can cause pneumonia, the most common way to
die from measles. Your body’s immune system is now
seriously wounded. Various protective systems are hurt
and disrupted. The virus spreads everywhere, infecting
the skin all over the body. The typical measles rash now
becomes visible. And in some cases, the measles virus reaches the brain and causes
a brain infection. If it does so, the chances of dying
are between 20 to 40 percent, and there may be long-term damage. But your body is far from giving
up at this stage, and it fights back agressively. Some dendritic cells survive
long enough to activate the anti-virus forces of the body. Plasma cells in the lymph nodes
start producing billions of antibodies, tiny proteins that mark infected cells
for destruction or clump the virus together. Killer T cells flood the body
and kill infected cells left and right. After 2 to 3 weeks, the body usually gets the upper hand and overwhelms
the infection. But the immune system is now
seriously weakened, and may take weeks or months to recover, leaving the body vulnerable
to other diseases. But, if you make it, you are now immune: the immune system remembers
the virus forever. Measles is no joke. Although 84% of all humans are
vaccinated against measles, 122,000 people died because
of the infection in 2014. Some people cannot get vaccinations, either because they’re too young,
because of chemotherapy or HIV, or because they’re allergic
to the vaccine. They need the rest of us to
stop the disease for them. The measles vaccination is
safe, cheap, and available. There are no benifits from having
measles at all. You don’t strengthen your immune
system and it’s not more natural. Most people who don’t vaccinate
only want the best for their children, which is honorable. But if you ask yourself, “Am I putting the life of my child
and other children at risk by not vaccinating against measles?” The sad answer is yes. Yes, you are. Let’s not play the blame game, though. Let’s work together and
eradicate this virus. Together, we can get rid of these
dreadful monsters and consign them to their rightful place:
the history books. Subtitles by the Amara.org community

Eli the Aardvark | The Ant and the Aardvark | Pink Panther and Pals

Eli the Aardvark | The Ant and the Aardvark | Pink Panther and Pals


(trumpets) HUH? WHAT? (whistling) OH, I HEAR WHAT
YOU’RE SAYING. “SOME COCONUT CREAM PIE
AND A TALL COCONUT SMOOTHIE.” COCONUT, OH, COCONUT. AND YOU’RE SAYING,
“I’M A TASTY LITTLE ANT.” NO, I’M SAYING,
“HEADS UP.” OKAY, SO MY SNOUT
MAY BE OUT, BUT THERE’S ANOTHER WAY
TO CATCH THAT ANT. TRA, LA, LA, LA, LA.
I LOVE BLUEBERRIES. OH. YOU GOT
A LOT OF NERVE GETTING BETWEEN ME
AND MY “ANT-PETIZER.” HUH? WHAT? WHO DO YOU
THINK YOU ARE? ALL I KNOW IS
I’M BLUE AND I’VE
GOT A HEADACHE. SO NOW YOU PRETEND
YOU HAVE AMNESIA? YOU DON’T EVEN
HAVE A BUMP
ON YOUR BIG HEAD. (bell dings) AM I AN AARDVARK? YOU ARE A NUISANCE,
A BUTTINSKY, AND A WASTE OF
A PERFECTLY
GOOD BOULDER. BUT I’M BLUE,
JUST LIKE YOU, AND I HAVE A SNOUT
FOR CATCHING ANTS, JUST LIKE YOU. YOU MAY BE BLUE
AND YOU MAY HAVE
A SNOUT, BUT YOU…YOU… WHOA, WHOA, WHOA. YOU HAVE A SNOUT
THAT WORKS.
IT WORKS! WHICH IS GOOD
FOR AN AARDVARK. SO I AM AN AARDVARK. OF COURSE
YOU’RE AN AARDVARK. JUST NOT
A VERY GOOD ONE. BUT I CAN TEACH
YOU TO BE A GREAT
ANT CATCHER LIKE ME, BROTHER. BROTHER! (clattering, glass breaks) YOU’RE WEARING
MY PANTS? YEAH, AND THEY FIT
GREAT, BROTHER. OKAY NOW, REMEMBER
THIS IS MY ANT. BUT SINCE YOU
NEED TO LEARN, YOU TURN ON THE SCHNOZ,
AND I’LL DO THE REST. YOU GOT IT, BROTHER. OKAY, GET READY, AIM… AIM… NOW! (frog ribbits) IT’S COMING! NOW! (gulp) (frog ribbits) OKAY, YOU BLOW
DOWN THIS HOLE, HE COMES OUT
THAT HOLE, AND THEN I WILL
FILL UP THE HOLE
IN MY STOMACH. YOU GOT IT, BROTHER! YOW! WOULD YOU
LOOK AT THAT. ELI’S DRESSED UP
LIKE AARDVARKY. IS IT HALLOWEEN? ‘CAUSE IT LOOK LIKE
IT’S HALLOWEEN. I BETTER RUN OUT
AND GET SOME TREATS. NOW! PRICES ARE FALLING. HMM. GO HURRY TO GET
BEST CHEAP PRICES ON FURNITURE
AT CARPET BROTHERS! (frog ribbits) AARDVARKS ARE VERY
RESOURCEFUL, ELI. TRY, TRY,
AND TRY AGAIN. THAT’S AN
AARDVARK’S MOTTO. HIGH-FIVE, BROTHER. NO. YES! JUST SAY YES! WITH NO MONEY DOWN! (frog ribbits) OKAY, ELI, LET IT BLOW! (trumpets) WHAT’S GOING ON? SOMETHING STUCK
IN THERE? IT’S A POP FLY OUT
TO CENTER FIELD, AND COUGAR’S GOT IT. HE’S OUT. (frog ribbits) ALL BETTER,
LITTLE BROTHER. BROTHER?
WHAT’S GOING ON? WHY DO I GET THE FEELING
THIS IS NOT HALLOWEEN? NOPE, BUT YOU HAVE
BEEN TRICKED INTO
BEING MY TREAT. ELI! NO, WAIT, ELI!
THIS IS ALL WRONG. YOU’RE AN ELEPHANT.
YOU DON’T CATCH ANTS. I’M AN AARDVARK,
AND I’M BLUE. HMM,
JUST AS I THOUGHT.
BLUEBERRY. ELI, HOW’D YOU
GET THAT LUMP
ON YOUR HEAD? I DON’T REMEMBER. A-HA!
SHAME ON YOU, AARDVARK. DON’T YOU KNOW
ELI’S GOT AMNESIA? HE NEEDS AN ICE PACK, AND YOU’VE GOT HIM
TRYING TO ICE ME! SHAME ON YOU,
AARDVARK. A-HA! NO, SHAME ON YOU, ANT,
FOR LYING TO
MY BROTHER LIKE THAT. HE… HE SAYS
YOU’RE NOT
MY BROTHER. OF COURSE
I’M YOUR BROTHER.
AND I HAVE PROOF. AW, SEE, ANT? WE’RE BROTHERS. AW, BROTHER.
IT’S BLUEBERRIES, ELI. ARE YOU CALLING
MY BROTHER A LIAR? NOBODY CALLS
MY BROTHER A LIAR. YIPE! (screams) NO! THAT’S IT. THAT ELI GAVE ME
SUCH A HEADACHE. I THINK I’LL
RETURN THE FAVOR. HEY, BROTHER, THAT ANT YOU WANTED,
I GOT HIM. HUH? ANT? ANT! GOOD WORK, ELI!
YOU’RE A GREAT AARDVARK. I’M COMING, ELI.
I’M COMING. OH. H-HEY. WHY AM I ALL BLUE? ELEPHANTS AREN’T
SUPPOSED TO BE BLUE. ELEPHANT?
NO, NO, NO, NO. YOU’RE AN AARDVARK.
WE’RE BROTHERS.
REMEMBER? LOOK, YOU CAUGHT
THAT ANT. DID YOU HIT
YOUR HEAD
OR SOMETHING? JUST ‘CAUSE ELI’S BLUE
DOESN’T MEAN
HE’S AN AARDVARK. YEAH.
DID YOU HIT YOUR HEAD
OR SOMETHING? NO, YOU HIT YOUR HEAD.
I MEAN, I HIT YOUR HEAD. I MEAN, STAND STILL
SO I CAN HIT YOUR HEAD. HEY, ELI, WHAT DO
YOU SAY WE GO FOR
A DUNK IN THE POND? YOU CAN WASH THOSE
BLUEBERRIES RIGHT OFF. THEN YOU WON’T LOOK
SO AARDVARKY. (jackhammer hammering) (heavenly music) GOOD MORNING, PINK. HOPE THAT THE DAY
FINDS YOU WELL. HO, HO, IT LOOKS LIKE
IT’S GOING TO BE
ANOTHER SCORCHER. ICE CREAM? INSPIRED CHOICE, SIR. NOW FINDING YOUR ROUTE. RIGHT. WE’RE OFF, THEN. APPROACHING YOUR
FINAL DESTINATION. YOU HAVE ARRIVED. PINK LEMONADE SHERBET? OH, WHAT AN
EXCELLENT CHOICE, SIR. THAT CERTAINLY
BRINGS BACK MEMORIES. AH, YES. MY FATHER
WAS A COMPASS, YOU KNOW, AND HE JUST LOVED
PINK LEMONADE. (electricity crackling) (jumbled speech) WHERE AM I,
DEAR BOY? ICE CREAM? OH, DEAR, NO, NO, NO. MY BABY DESERVES
SOMETHING MUCH HEALTHIER. UH, NOW, UH,
LET’S SEE HERE. AH, NOW A
HEALTHY SMOOTHIE WOULD BE JUST THE THING
FOR MY LITTLE POPPET. NOW LET’S BUCKLE UP. YOU CAN NEVER
BE TOO SAFE. OH, JUST LOOK
AT GRANNY’S
LITTLE PRINCE. LET’S GET GOING,
SHALL WE? (tires screeching) (blowing whistle) (tires screeching) HELLO, DEAR. I’D LIKE TO ORDER
AN EXTRA-LARGE RAZZAMAGOGO
OMEGA GAMMA THREE-B
HAPPY TILAPI FIBRO BLASTER, WITH EXTRA BROCCOLI FOAM
TO GO, PLEASE. BOTTOMS UP, DEAR. NOW, ISN’T THAT
SO MUCH BETTER
THAN ICE CREAM? AH, WHAT A LOVELY DAY. AH, THIS DRY HEAT
DOES WONDERS
FOR MY COMPLEXION. DON’T YOU… ICE CREAM?
THAT’S A GREAT IDEA,
BROTHER. (engine revs) WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? TIME TO PUSH IT
TO THE MAX, BROTHER! PEDAL TO THE METAL! (screams) WHOO-HOO! (siren wails) HERE COMES
OUR SHORTCUT, BROTHER. THIS’LL SAVE US LOADS
OF TRAFFIC TIME. TO THE EXTREME! (siren wails) AAH! YEE-HA! WHO NEEDS A HIGHWAY
WHEN WE CAN GO MY WAY? NOW THIS IS MY KIND
OF TRAFFIC. RIGHT TURN COMING UP. HA HA! HA HA! HA HA! (tires screech) I COULD HAVE SWORN
IT WAS AROUND HERE
SOMEWHERE. WHOA, WHOA,
WHOA, WHOA. WHOA, WHOA,
HEY, HEY. WHOA,
TAKE IT EASY,
BROTHER! HEY, WHOA, WHOA!
UH-OH! (panting) (yawns) (growls, barks) (barking continues) (barking) (whistles) (meows) (triumphant music) MM-HMM. MM-HMM. (bell dings)

Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Lost Bugs & Stolen Balls

Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Lost Bugs & Stolen Balls


Do you ever pick up a rock and think, I wonder how far this rock is away from where it started? I thought about that with bugs When a bug got in the car and then you roll the window down and the bug goes near the window and then goes *zoop* out the window I thought, he has no fucking idea where he is He’s never getting back home. EVER Or a bug on a plane, and it flies out it’s like. Christ. What happened? I’m in Africa now. I went in the tube, I came out of the tube. Did I get out of the wrong side of the tube? It’s like everything is different and it tries to get back by sitting in different metal tubes and is like this one doesn’t work at all. So the other day, Caleb’s taking a picture and he was like posing like he was throwing a football. and then Geoff took the football from him and then just drove off with it Like he was like “go long” like an idiot so I was like yea throw me the football So he threw me the football and i’m like “alright cool cya guys later.” and then I left and he was like runnin’ down the road after me That was fucking funny I threw the football in the backseat and then I came back and I went back to grab the football and then I realised I had a basketball in the backseat ’cause Millie and I just played basketball so I gave that to ‘im and the fucking look of confusion on his face Was priceless

How much weight can an Ant carry? | Fact – 22 | #facts

How much weight can an Ant carry? | Fact – 22 | #facts


It’s interesting fact time. At the end of this video you will learn something about the strength of an ant that will blow your mind. Are you confused? Did you know that ants can lift and carry
more than 50 times their body weight? If you know something more about this fact, leave a comment on our video and join in the fun.

10 Bug Bites You Need To Be Able to Identify

10 Bug Bites You Need To Be Able to Identify


You feel a sharp pain and then look down
all of a sudden on your arm you see a red mark could this fight be dangerous
or is it totally safe that’s the question many people ask when
they’re bitten by a bark watch this and say goodbye to mysterious red marks on
your body with this information you’ll be able to spot exactly what bug has
bitten you and if it’s dangerous or safe I’m Charlie and today we’re going to
look at ten bug bites you need to be able to identify birth before he gets
bitten too much why not subscribe and press the notification bell – coming up
first we have Hornet Hornets are also known as the Asian wasp but they can be
found in Europe Russia North America and Northeast Asia many people swat these
away thinking that there was Orbeez but actually they’re far more dangerous in
fact every year 1,100 people passed away due to hornet stings they can be very
dangerous and must be treated immediately
especially if it’s on a child but how can you identify a Hornet sting well the
area around where you’ve been stung will become a very swollen and red this will
cover a large area around where you’ve been stung you may even get blisters
forming on your skin where you’ve been stung the person who’s been stung will
also likely be in a very bad pain it will be far more extreme and painful
than a wasp or bee sting Hornets can sometimes be double the size
of a wasp or bee and because of this hornets can store a lot of poison inside
them when you’re stung that poison goes into your body the poison contains two
very harmful elements acetylcholine and histamine histamine can cause extreme
itching it also can affect your brain spinal cord and uterus that’s why if
you’ve been stung and feel cold in the limbs then that this could have been
Hornet also if your ears and lips go blue this is another bad sign you may
also have breathing problems if you’re stung by a Hornet and if this happens
make sure you see a doctor right away next up is bedbug I’m sure some of you
are watching this in bed well if so then you need to be very cautious of bedbugs
the real name for bedbugs is mitosis but they’re called bedbugs
because they’re often found in mattresses they feed on humans blood
usually when you’re asleep but most people who are bitten by bedbugs don’t
even know they have bedbugs that’s because at first sight a bedbug
bite can look like the bite of a flea or mosquito some also mistake them for
allergic reactions your skin will get red swollen and also become quite itchy
but there’s a way to tell if you’re being bitten by bedbugs the bites will
all be very close to each other and they’ll kind of look like little roads
on the skin this meaning that they’ll kind of be in a rectangular or curved
shape and go down or up bedbug bites can be very painful much more than a
mosquito bones if you think you have bedbugs the best bed is to clean your
bed with a vacuum and if that doesn’t work maybe call a bug removal expert
next up is plague you may not have heard of a clegg before but it’s basically a
big fat flying Clegg’s are also known as horse flies the nasty thing about horse
fly is it can bite humans and it feeds on their blood they’re kind of like the
vampires of the insect world unlike a house fly these are brown instead of
black but what do these bites look like they’re actually very easy to spot
because at first it will be a 1 millimeter red spot you may not even
notice it at first but eventually it will begin to get very swollen and itchy
it can then be very very painful much more painful than a mosquito bites
now the bites themselves aren’t that dangerous after all they’re only
drinking a tiny amount of your plant but Clegg’s can transmit various different
diseases one of these is called tularemia this can affect your eyes
lymph nodes and lungs and it can also transmit anthrax this can cause pain
while swallowing and terrible nausea so if you get a click bite you may want to
go to the doctor next up is tick tick bites are very very hard to spot because
many assume it’s an allergic reaction and not a bite the weird thing about
ticks is they actually go into your body over time they grow bigger and bigger
and they drink your blood in fact ticks can live in a human body
for a long time also ticks can infect people
various diseases so what does the text byte look like well it’s basically a
large red mark and it’s sometimes as they ring around that mark if you’re
able to remove a tick from your body but the red mark doesn’t go away and
continues to grow you need to see a doctor right away that’s because you
could have been infected within TEFL Isis or Borelli olace next up is louse
everyone knows about head lice but did you know that they can also bite you
louse bites are small red dots which appear in places where your hair grows
these can appear on your back fairly hands or legs the bites are usually a
few inches away from each other and the skin looks like it was pierced maybe
with a nail or a pin now you may think that these are pretty harmless but they
are not lies can transmit very serious diseases like typhoid and trench fever
next up is flea many people mistake flea bites for allergies but the way to spot
them is that they will be red and swollen you’ll be able to tell this is
not a mosquito bite or an allergic reaction as it will be very painful also
it will itch a lot please usually go for a person’s legs and it happens when
they’re asleep also fleas can buy to you many times in
similar places the bites are usually around one inch away from each other and
also fleas can transmit infections on to use so maybe see a doctor if you have a
lot of flea bites next up is and so ants are very annoyed in the summer they may
ruin your picnics or go into your pantries but did you know that ants can
also buy to you and I don’t just mean red ants in Indiana Jones I mean typical
black ants an ant bite will look like a very small red dot it’s maybe totally
painless and it may not even inch on the other hand red fire ants can cause you a
lot of trouble and be a real danger these bites can look like large white
head pimples also red fire ants contain a lot of toxins which can put you into a
shock so make sure you know the difference between a regular ant bite
and a red fire ant fire next up is mosquito depending on where
you live I’m sure that in the summer you encounter mosquitoes they’re incredibly
annoying and love to bite humans mosquito bites will be red and swollen
they mostly appear in open areas of your body where you’re not wearing clothes
also it will happen where your skin is very thin as is trying to get to your
blood vessels when they bite you they also inject their saliva into the wound
this saliva causes your blood to get thinner which makes the skin red and
itchy better get that mosquito spray out this summer next up is be one thing many
people don’t realize about bee stings is that you need to remove the sting unlike
a wasp but bees actually lose their stinger when it goes into you right
after that the bee passes away instantly once the sting has been removed from
your skin it will likely get red and swollen if you’re not allergic then you
should be fine but if you are then you could have breathing problems and should
see a doctor and finally on the list we have wasps wasps are like a bee sting
but you won’t usually need to remove the sting from your skin the stung area will
become red and also swollen later on you also may feel a burning and itchy
sensation unlike a bee sting wasps can sting you multiple times but unless
you’re allergic you should be okay after a wasp sting but now it’s time to make
your voice hurt vote in the poll in the top right corner how many of these
insects you’ve been stung by if it’s all ten then I feel really bad for you if
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Neoballs Insects – Sculpting & Stop-Motion (Extended Version)

Neoballs Insects – Sculpting & Stop-Motion (Extended Version)


So Zen Magnets have started doing monthly
contests once again, and this month’s challenge is to make an insect with 432 magnets or less. So I’m going to make six insects and do
a short stop-motion with each. Alright, I’ll be starting out simple with
a lady beetle, or ladybug, or ladybird or the official name which I’ll put on the
screen for you to try to pronounce. I started by making six of these subunits. Which start with a pentagon of radius two,
and then adding a radius one pentagon in the back, misaligned so that it creates a kind
of bubbly effect. I connected five red subunits and a black
one for the head to form a hemi-dodecahedron, or just a dome, whatever suits you. I then added spots by replacing some of the
red magnets on the back with black magnets in a symmetrical pattern. I then added legs in positions where they
would be least likely to connect to each other and also support the weight of the body. And with that, the first insect was complete
with 142 magnets. Alright, next up, a caterpillar. I started by making a cylinder with a diameter
of nine and a length of 32. I pressed in the loop at the end to make a
triangle. I did this for every second loop. Once this was done I could compress the tube
into a thicker more flexible form. I added three sets of legs in the front and
four sets of prolegs in the back, which aren’t true legs apparently. So still an insect. I tapered the end with a ring of six followed
by a ring of three. I tapered the head with a ring of six in a
different alignment and added a magnet to fill the hole. The second insect was now complete with 327
magnets. I could control the curvature of the caterpillar
by decompressing certain parts of the body. I then decided to make a simple tree branch
for the caterpillar to hang off for its metamorphosis. Now to make a butterfly. To begin with the wings I made a cylinder
of diameter six. I then split this cylinder into small subunits
of two rings each. I joined them together to make a sort of hexagonal
lattice. I used 14 of these subunits to make one wing. Using these subunits also adds a natural curve
that can be used to make a large sphere if you go for long enough. By doing the reflected design I made another
wing. They join together in the middle and still
allow for a flapping motion. For the body, I used another cylinder of diameter
six. But this time eight long. It attaches to the bottom of the wings, and
doesn’t restrict the flapping motion too much. I tapered the end with a ring of five followed
by a ring of three. The head is a tiny dodecahedron attached to
the front. Finally, I added some tiny legs that wouldn’t
stick to one another and help to keep the butterfly upright. The third insect was now done with 410 magnets. I then decided to make a hollowed out chrysalis
for the butterfly for to emerge from. Butterflies come from a chrysalis, not a cocoon. So the very hungry caterpillar LIES. Now onto a bee. Starting with the fuzzy part, the thorax. Although it’s a bit hard to represent fuzz
with magnets, so maybe it’s actually a wasp disguising itself as a bee. The abdomen began with a stinger of a four
layer square pyramid. Honey bees die after stinging because the
stinger has barbs that the bee cannot pull out. So it destroys its abdomen in the process. The head and the thorax were made in the same
way. With two pentagons with rings in between. I added a magnet on the top of the head and
a tiny square pyramid mouth. As well as the usual tiny leg stumps to avoid
them sticking to each other. For each wing, I used a radius two hexagon
with a flipped center, then squished the sides to make a wing shape. I then went back and added a lot of yellow
magnets to the head to give the outline of eyes. The fourth insect only took 298 magnets, despite
being somewhat complex. I then decided to make some honeycomb for
the bee to fill up with honey. I also decided to make a flower for the bee
to collect pollen. Now on to the ant. Ants have a similar body shape to bees. This is because they’re part of the same
order of the animal kingdom, along with wasps and sawflies. Many ants still have stingers and some, such
as fire ants, only bite you for grip so they can sting you repeatedly. Here’s the completed thorax and abdomen. The head began with a two layer square pyramid
with two extra magnets on each side to increase the length of those two sides. Two of these were made, and a ring of 10 was
used to connect the two sides of the head. Three magnets were added to the neck to help
connect it to the thorax. Two magnets were added to the front for mandibles,
and two were added to the top for eyes. I decided to make actual legs instead of stumps
like the other insects. So I had to use a metal platform to keep them
apart. I did some research on how ants and other
insects walk. One of their gaits is like two tripods waking
with three legs on the ground at a time. Now the ant was finished with 223 magnets. I propped it up on an angle to get a good
view of the legs. Alright, lucky last, a golden cricket. I started by making a cone with rings of five
through to 12 magnets. I then added 12 more rings of 12 to complete
the cylindrical body. I moved one magnet from the bottom of the
cone to the end. The head was two radius three pentagons stuck
together. One of the pentagons was slightly hollowed
out to save magnets. Each hind leg was made with two lengths of
12 and two lengths of 11 connected in this way. The leg was folded over and four more magnets
were added to the joint. After a leg was attached to the body, five
magnets were used on each foot. Single magnets were added for each middle
leg, and three magnets were used for each front leg. Finally, three magnets were used for each
antenna. Which unfortunately more closely resembles
a grasshopper as crickets often have antennae as long as their bodies. Which as you can imagine might be kind of
problematic with magnets. Although most of the emoji representations
couldn’t get that right either. And with that, the final insect was now complete
with 395 magnets. Click the link in the description to vote
in the contest or see the results. Also vote for your favourite insect in this
video by clicking the card. The sculpting and animation process for all
of these insects was live streamed. So if that sounds like something interests
you, subscribe to my second channel or Twitch for future streams. And I’m not restricting these magnet videos
to just contests, so leave your ideas for what I should make next time in the comments. And if I pick your suggestion, you might just
get some free magnets.