Warrior Wasp Adventure!

Warrior Wasp Adventure!


(creepy music) – I just know that if
this is more painful than the Bullet Ant, it’s
gonna be one, rough evening for Coyote Peterson. (mellow music) What I’m gonna try to do is
see if I can get Harvester Ants on my hands and let them bite
and sting me for 60 seconds. If you guys want me to be stung
by the Bullet Ant someday, I think you have to
walk before you can run. (grunts) Ah, there’s
one in my neck. Mario, get the one off my neck. (suspenseful music) This is crazy guys,
this is crazy. My nerve’s going this
much for the Velvet Ants. I can’t imagine what
the Tarantula Hawk
and the Bullet Ant are gonna be like. Ow. (grunts) Oh my gosh, guys. It’s super bad. You could feel, go all
the way under the skin. This is the worst
sting I’ve ever taken. There’s no question ’bout it. It’s worse than a Harvester
Ant, it’s worse than a Fire Ant. Now they say that the
sting of a Tarantula Hawk, it’s like being
stunned with taser, all you can do is scream. (dramatic music) Ah. I can’t move my arm. (grunts) Guys, I don’t know. I don’t know, I don’t know. Actually seen the
Bullet Ant face to face, Coyote pack, it is
unbelievably intimidating. (dramatic music) (grunts) Oh, it’s sucking my arm. It’s sucking my arm. (grunts) It’s stinger’s into
my arm, look at that. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh. The Warrior Wasp is in
a league of it’s own. And it is rumored that
this does in fact have the most painful sting
in the insect kingdom. Whoa. (suspenseful music) That is an enormous nest
of angry Warrior Wasps. Stay tuned coyote pack,
the Warrior Wasp challenge is coming. (suspenseful music) The climatic end to my climb
of the insect sting pain index is just days away. Will the Warrior Wasp sting
be the worse I’ve ever taken? Stay tuned and in case
you somehow missed it, make sure to go back and
watch my painful encounter with the one and
only Bullet Ant. And don’t forget, subscribe. So you can join me and
the crew on this season of breaking trail. Two. Oh my gosh, this is it. Three. (animal howls)

음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments

음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments


Ants are ♪dun-dun♪ working ♪dun-dun♪ hard today as well Ants are holding instruments instead of food?! Is this an ant anthem? Looks like real instruments, just smaller Small instrument models! What are these?! They’re detailed, realistic miniature instruments Miniature instruments?! 5.5cm, super small trumpet! Contrabassoon is 12.5cm long! Is the maker an instrument expert?! I don’t know anything about music and I don’t play any instruments ding ding ding ding The school bell rings, rings, rings *Reaction of WOW Video subscribers* This is an ant orchestra, hundred ants are performing on stage An… Ant orchestra?! [Violin] [Flute] [Bassoon]
All 100 instruments are exquisite! [Horn]
Each instruments have different playing methods, [Trumpet]
and he reenacted the shape of ants’ mouth & hand perfectly! Wow, the quality of the instrument tho… I made them 100% with wood The only exception are copper wires used for 4 string instruments He put the same number of strings on string instruments and perfectly set them up! Harp’s made exquisitely with copper wires The grand piano is the most elaborate piece he made He connected the complicated strings inside, and fit 88 piano keys in a 9cm piano! But why did he choose ants? Ants work very hard I wanted them to play my instruments diligently It has a symbolic meaning According to the coordination of the instruments, there are string quartets, elegant piano performances of classical music, and harmony of oriental & western instruments! (Can we get more fusion Korean classical music in here?!!) He’s been making miniatures for 5 years The shape of this miniature is almost same with this model Although he can now make complicated woodwind instruments by only looking at pictures, he says the making process is always difficult! He made a 1mm sized hole and carves components one by one & puts them in 60-70 of these components are in one instrument Artisan made it one by one He’s trying his best to make masterpieces It’s a work that requires high concentration Why did he start making miniature instruments? I was interested in music since my teenage years But I was tone-deaf, with no sense of rhythm In his teenage years, he felt discouraged about music Back then, I had a couple of friends in the band club who played instruments Since I have no talent in music, I only envied them He lived normally after that 5 years ago, he accidently saw something on the newspaper Seeing the orchestra arrangement on stage gave me a sudden epiphany I thought, ‘What if I make these classical instruments?’ That’s how he started making miniature instruments For the last 5 years, he made around 200 pieces and has been enjoying music in a different way Are you gonna continue making them? Of course Although my eyes are getting dim, I enjoy doing this, so I’ll continue

TOP 5 Ways to Get Rid of Ants Around Your Home

TOP 5 Ways to Get Rid of Ants Around Your Home


My name is Aaron Massey
from mrfixitdiy.com, and today I’m here to talk
about my Top Five DIY ways to get rid of ants around your home. (lively music) If you own a home,
you’ve likely experienced some unwanted visitors, and
while you might not be able to deter all unfavorable guests as easily, in the case of ants, you can. There are a couple different species that typically invade the home. And even though most
are seemingly harmless, they can still contaminate food, destroy parts of the home, and even bite. So here are a few ways to
get ants out of the house and keep them from coming back. Number five is to make a DIY ant spray. An alternative to an insecticide as well as one of the easiest
solutions to your ant problem uses only a couple of ingredients that you probably already
have in your kitchen. By combining equal
parts vinegar and water, you can create a mixture
that ants don’t like. Spraying the vinegar in
problem areas deters them by disrupting the trails of
pheromones that the ants leave. These trails allow other
ants to follow their scent, which is why you’ll typically
see ants in long trails. Disrupting the scent trail will
help keep other worker ants from finding the trail. However, this solution is temporary and won’t prevent the ants
from coming back long-term. But it can dissuade them from
specific areas of the home if you use it regularly. Remember that the ants
you see in the house are the worker ants so just getting rid of those ants won’t stop
them from coming back. The colony will just keep
sending out new worker ants. Your best bet is to
treat the colony itself, which leads me to number four,
which is utilizing ant baits. Liquid baits are typically
made up of a combination of sugar and borax and are used to initially attract the ants to the bait, and then the worker ants will bring enough of the poison back to
the colony to kill it. I’ve had a lot of success with
these TERRO liquid ant baits, which are available online or
at your local hardware store. These baits typically
attract a lot of ants in the first day or two,
and then after that, I rarely see any. While it’s simple to
set up traps or baits, be careful of this option if
you have small children or pets that might grab or try to play with them. Number three is sealing entry points. One of the most effective
ways to minimize ant problems is to try and minimize
entry points in the house. It’s impossible to seal
off every microscopic gap but addressing as many areas as possible can substantially
decrease infestation. Using caulks and sealants
to fill any problem areas both inside and outside
can help stop the problem before it starts. You can also color match
or paint most caulks so that the fix isn’t visible. Number two is to keep things clean. This might seem like a no-brainer but keeping your house
as clean as possible is one of the best ways
to prevent infestations and keep them from reoccurring. Forgetting to take the
trash out for too many days, leaving food waste in the kitchen, or having exposed dog food
can signal worker ants that your house is prime real estate. Take the trash out frequently,
and keep compost clean, or put extra food waste
down the garbage disposal. In hot and dry climates, ants may be prone to entering the home to find water, which is why infestations
are typically worse in the summer months and in areas with water like bathrooms and kitchens. And number one is to eliminate the source. The most important thing that you can do to keep ants away is to locate
where they are coming from and take care of them at their source. The source could be an outdoor garbage can that’s close to the house
or a bush whose leaves need to be trimmed because the
branches reach right up to your windowsills. Follow the trails to see where
the ants are coming from, and then use some of the other suggestions to eliminate them. Preventative measures are
important to keep them from coming back. You might also consider spraying
a pest preventative spray like Home Defense around
your foundation at least once every few months to keep them
from trying to come back in. Another option is to use
these outdoor ant baits, which you can add around your foundation and attack the ant colony
before they enter your home. So that’s it for this Top Five DIY video. I hope you guys enjoyed it, and I hope it helps you get
your ant problem under control. If you liked this video,
please hit that like button and leave a comment down
below letting me know your best DIY ant infestation remedies to help out other people who
might be having a problem. And if you’d like to
check out more of my DIY and home improvement videos, please consider
subscribing to the channel. And you can always visit my
website at mrfixitdiy.com. Thank you, guys, so much for watching. I’ll see you next time. (tranquil music)

The Ant And The Dove – Aesop’s Fables – Animated/Cartoon Tales For Kids

The Ant And The Dove – Aesop’s Fables – Animated/Cartoon Tales For Kids


On a warm sunny day a thirsty ant went to the river to quench its thirst with some cool water. mm a a I’m so thirsty, Where is the river ? I must go down there to drink. Half way on, the ant slips and falls into the river. Hh aah help nh ah help ah n ah n a h Help! Help! Help me! I’m being carried away . The flow of the river is too strong for me . Any one, help me please . Please help me From far away, a Dove sees the ant in danger. Oh no, the Ant is in trouble. Ah ah nh Help me! ah anh help me! Thinking smartly, the dove threw some leaves from the tree. Ah anh help me anh help me Hurry yo little ant, climb on to that leaf fast. Tthe ant climbed safely over the leaf and reached the shore. Meanwhile, a hunter enters and saw the dove. Excellent bird, very very beautiful dove. The dove does not know that I’m standing here. So what I should do now ? Should be able to trap that easily. Safely arriving on the shore, the ant saw the hunter hiding behind the tree, preparing himself to arrow the gentle dove Oh no My friend dove is in danger. I must save my friend. (sound of the dove ) (sound of the dove ) Agh ahh ohh oh fl( Futtering sound of the wings) Oh, ah, I can’t bear the pain, ah um On hearing the noise of the hunter, the dove flew away to the safe place. (Sound of the dove) I might have died, but you luckily saved me with your idea. Thank you, thank you my dear friend, thank you (sound of Laughter) You are most welcome friend You have saved my life it was the least I could do for you I’m happy my friend Dear kids, The moral of the story is As you sow so you reap Do good to others and that will help you back

LEGO Ant-Man and The Wasp – Exclusive SDCC 2018 set!

LEGO Ant-Man and The Wasp – Exclusive SDCC 2018 set!


Hello, just2good here, and on Twitter, LEGO
has revealed a Comic Con exclusive LEGO Ant-Man and the Wasp set, which is a bust of Giant-Man. Now, don’t worry, the same crappy Wasp from
the retail set is in this one, innacurate mask and all. I also think it’s funny how the LEGO version
of Ant-Man is innacurate to this bust right here – the bust has the right mask, colors,
and such. The build itself is pretty cool, but awkward
how it cuts off at the torso. Yeah, I get that it’s a bust, and that they
can’t release a full build fo the character, but it’s still not as interesting a build
as the Giant-Man from the Civil War set. Still, I have to apprecciate the gorgeous
packaging like the other two Comic Con sets this year. It looks like a VHS box merged with a comic
cover, and is just2pretty. Anyways, what do you guys think of this set? Leave your thoughts in the commetns below. I’ll see you guys later, peace out, bye.

Elképesztő hangyaváros szövőhangyákkal! (Polyrhachis dives)

Elképesztő hangyaváros szövőhangyákkal! (Polyrhachis dives)


Hello everyone, this is a new antsite video In this episode we are going to rebuild an ant city. Keep watching until the end – i promise it will be super exciting… This is an old formicarium A thriving weaver ant colony lived in it before. You can saw this colony in some previous videos, or even personally on terraristic exhibitions. This colony lived 2, 2 and half year long in this formicarium. So the goal is to populate again this formicarium with a thriving ant colony. We have chance now to rebuild this system, so why don’t we upgrade a bit this whole formicarium to be more spectacular? You know i have plenty of creativity, so i find out a cylinder shape instead of the previous brick. This is more elegant and even more spectacular. Then I want something more in my mind.. If the weaver ants can get an own tower, why don’t they get an own city instead? This is the story how comes the idea to build an ant city. The structure build up from three different towers, with three outside gallery between them. There are three escape-prevent edge, and three openable ventilation grid on the top of the towers. There are more ventilation grids on two place at the sides, for the better breezing. There are many carcase laying on the floor of the old formicarium. Also can find tainted, unhatched larvae somewhere. The diameter of the biggest cylinder was planned for the size of the old bonsai tree. Meanwhile we get a big family of weaver ants so they will move into the new place. You can see what a massive nest they built in their previous home. They weaved almost everything for nest in the left formicarium, and there are many of workers in the left formicarium also. The ant city looks much amazing after the furnish. The old bonsai tree also looks epic in it, and i put another, smaller bonsai tree inside. Ants can hide between it’s roots. The ant city looks like a real metropolis after the ants have moved in. Every ants working on it’s own task busily. Some of them are building new home and others throwing out the garbage from the old nest. Every ants run fast to their work on the busy trails. After the settlement the ants moved in the old nest at the top of the tree immediately, and they start to throwing out the old larvaes and garbage from it. I didn’t record video from the settlement, because I have put them through almost one by one during an afternoon. It wasn’t too interesting for a video you can believe. An now let’s see the freshly building new nest. One day after the settlement some ants gathered spectacularly between the roots. At that time we could guess what they planning, and a few times later the first strings just appear. The ants just start to weaving their new nest. Catch their larvae in their mouth and working busy on the building operations, so they pass so much with the building on the first day! A few days later the new nest starts to equal to it’s final form. The walls became more stronger as the ants wave more and more layers on it. They use every kind of building material, this reason there are black and green threads in the walls which comes from the fake grass which covers the floor. Meanwhile they start to renew the old nest at the top of the tree. They have repaired the entrances, and they start to build together the nest with the wall of the cylinder. Can see well the fresh silks with brighter color than the old weaves. We can see inside the nest through the formicarium wall. There are many of workers and larvae working hard inside. That workers who don’t work, they guarding in a typical position on the most important strategy places. Sometimes we can notice winged males (drones) in the colony. The smallest, sloping tower still empty, because I give them food and water here. I put a test tube with full of water here, and they start to use it ardently. Hopefully they won’t drown in the open water, if this happens i have to find out another method for watering. There is a build in thermometer at the side of the formicarium. The back of the thermometer have to cover with grid, to avoid them to move inside it. Those areas where the ants feel the ventilation of the air, they try to discover new places. They stick out their antennae often through the dish to find out what is at the other side. A few workers waiting standby on the only door where no any escape-prevent oil around. But don’t worry, i never open this door. If they thirsty or hungry many workers start to raiding in their territory to find food or water. But of course their activity depends from the temperature and light also, in cooler temperature they goes inside the nest instead. And it seems they try to reach the lighter places – i think this could be some escaping instinct. It is such a catching sight, as these tiny insects organizing their society and living their everyday. We can admire them for hours, and can observe more and more interesting ant-things, but unfortunately our video is ending now, hope see you again next time! Don’t forget to like, subscribe and hit the 🔔 icon to get notifications for our new videos! 🙂

San Diego Urban Ant Project

San Diego Urban Ant Project


[music playing] The mission of the National Park Service is to preserve America’s natural
resources and to inspire the next generation of park stewards to protect these beautiful
places. We do this by inviting students out here to
collect real world data. Today, we have over 250 students collecting
data on Argentine ant species. We don’t know much about ant species here
at the park and this information will help us to inform management practices. {Music playing] I’m Shelley Glen Lee and I teach science at High Tech Elementary North County in San Marcos. Today, we brought out third graders and kindergarten
students to participate in a citizen science project in collaboration with Cabrillo National
Monument and UC – San Diego. We do project based learning at High Tech
High and as a science teacher, I always look for ways to engage our students in authentic
science. {Music playing] My name is David Holway. I am a professor of ecology behavior and evolution. One of the objectives of the survey was to
see how widespread the Argentine ant was within the park and also to document what kinds of
native ants are here. The Argentine ants are an introduced species
that displaces native ant species and knowing more about its distribution is important because
of the impact that it causes on native species.” [Music playing] Today we are excited to find eight native species of ant as well as the invasive Argentine
ant. I think this is truly a testament to the power
of citizen science and we are excited to bring out another group of students out in the spring
to see how these distributions change. [music playing]