Lucas The Spider – Where Did It Go?


– Maybe if we sing you the song, you’ll come out and play. (gentle music)
– Look, it hatched. – Aw, I wanted to see what’s inside. – Look up there.
(Lucas gasps) – [Lucas] I wonder what it is. – I think it’s a bird. Oh, I know, I’m going to sing it a song. ♪ My name is Lucas ♪ ♪ I am a spider ♪ ♪ I want to be your
friend, pretty please ♪ (wings whooshing)
(both screaming) – It’s flying away. – Wow, that was one weird-looking bird. (whimsical music)

Opening to The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie 1998 VHS [True HQ]


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Full 2019 Ant Room Tour & Update Video (Millions of Ants + Other Animals)

Full 2019 Ant Room Tour & Update Video (Millions of Ants + Other Animals)


Greetings, guys! Welcome to the Antiverse, and this extra bonus,
full Ant Room Tour and update video, to ring in the new year of 2019! Who else is excited to see what the up coming
year has in store? I know I am, and I am positive there will
be a tonne of new and epic stories to tell this year here in the Antiverse. Now, AC Family, I wanted to include this extra
flash video for the week, in addition to our regularly scheduled upload, to take you all
on a quick tour of my entire Ant Room, as well as have a look at all my critters and
pets previously featured on this channel. I’ve been looking forward to doing a complete
flash update like this before the end of the year so that we could all be on the same page
for the up coming videos in 2019. So, let’s start with the Plataeus of Gaia,
home to our trapjaw ants known as the Jawbreakers. This colony has doubled in size since we last
saw them and is currently one of the Ant Room’s most successful intermediate colonies. It will soon, this year, join the ranks of
the Fire Nation, the Golden Empire, and Dark Knights in explosive numbers. Moving on to El Dragon Towers housing our
Polyrhachis ants known as the Platinum Dragons. Last week’s video featured this colony, so
be sure to check that video out after watching this video. Guys, in short, the mites are back, but the
ants are doing well, so I’m not concerned. I explain why more in depth in last week’s
video. Moving on to the Dark Knights, our massive
self-perpetuating supercolony of black crazy ants. They’re doing well as usual, and as usual,
they’re the least problematic colony of all my ants, so sadly they happen to be the least
featured colony on the channel. But though you might not hear from them much,
just know they are doing great as usual, and just love their sugar water test tubes and
roaches. Each day does not change for them at all! They are the perfect ant colony to keep as
pets. Moving on to Avista, our open concept ant
kingdom home to our Big-headed ants, the Bobbleheads. They are also doing amazing, perhaps twice
the size since we last saw them. They eat lots, and are still seen farming
mealybugs for their honeydew. They will be needing another island expansion
very soon. Next up, we have the famous Hacienda Del Dorado,
kingdom to the Golden Empire, our massive super colony of yellow crazy ants. They are also doing extremely well as usual,
in their newly renovated terrarium, as are the new shrimp and rasbora fish now living
the Golden Springs, their water installation. Moving along, as you may have seen in last
week’s video, the carpenter ants, now called the Lumberjacks, living in this Hybrid Nest
are doing extremely well with lots of new worker ants and young. But many of you asked about the free-roaming
ants. Well, they’ve surprisingly moved out and I’m
not too sure where they’d gone! I suspect they moved into one of the Chambers
of Sudan as I had seen some workers inside one of the Chambers of Sudan, but I’m not
sure. I did however spot a nuptial flight happening
this week of the same species as the free-roaming ants, which concerns me, but we’ll have to
see if anything comes of that! The resident spider living over the Hacienda
Del Dorado was having a feast that night, though. Speaking of the Chambers of Sudan and the
rhino beetle larvae which were supposed to emerge by Christmas time, have been nowhere
in sight, no sign of adult beetles at all. I’m quite worried but perhaps they’re still
developing. Should I open one and check? Moving on to the Palace of Mounds, kingdom
to our colony of termites, I haven’t checked on them but I believe they are still growing
in numbers underground and I do still see their structures sprouting up here and there. Unlike ants, it’s hard to see them unless
I literally go in and tear apart their structures, which I am reluctant to do. I’m ok to just know they’re in there. Moving along to the Shire, home to our Diacamma,
Asian bullet ants, known as the Black Panthers, the only thing to report here is that I am
seeing less worker ants emerging now. I’ve changed nothing about their care and
they have been doing quite well, but seemingly out of nowhere they’ve decreased in population. I also don’t see male ants flying around anymore,
like I used to. This colony runs on a gamergate system where
there is no queen but instead a pregnant worker ant who lays all the eggs. I wonder if that gamergate died and the colony
needed an outside unrelated male to keep the colony going. I’m not going to panic just yet, and I’ll
have to explore that in an up coming video. As for the carpenter ants that I thought had
disappeared but discovered were still around living in the Grove, they are still growing
underground and I’ve spotted them emerging to feed on roaches. Next up, the new goddess of the Antiverse,
our gorgeous greenbottle blue tarantula living in the arid shrine known as the Arachno Sanctorium. Well, AC Family, I’m happy to announce that
her official name as per last week’s voting, is now Azula. Goddess Azula, as we saw in last week’s video
is doing well, despite the faulty shed she had where the top of her carapace failed to
come off with the rest of her exoskeleton. Her web lair has thickened and continues to
grow in complexity and structure every day. As for the Selva de Fuego, as you saw in this
week’s video, the Fire Nation is doing well, and as you may have seen in last week’s video,
the river is also doing well. We’ve cleaned it up of a blue green algae
problem using shrimp and snails, which have started to breed inside the river. Check out that cute baby elephant snail! And this baby shrimp. Other snails have also begun to appear in
the river probably coming in from the java moss introduced in last week’s video. Also, turns out the stowaway fry that snuck
in with the java moss, grew up to be a juvenile female guppy. Cute right? Next up, we have our pseudo-cannibalistic,
blood-sucking dracula ants living in the Blood Towers. This colony has done extremely well and have
been increasing in numbers, eating lots, and rearing a growing brood pile within the privacy
of their underground chambers within the Ant Towers that make up their kingdom. This is another colony I am confident will
be needing more space soon due to their booming population growth. They are indeed among my favourite of ant
kingdoms of the ant room. Moving on now to Olympus, home to one of the
most impressive ant colonies in the Ant Room, the Titans. They are still as big a colony as ever, and
eat as much if not more than their neighbours, the Fire Nation. If there was another colony that I think could
take on a whole chicken head, it would have definitely been this super colony of marauder
ants! Surprisingly, however, they have completely
killed and cleared the entire territories of all plants. I suspect their underground chambers have
made it impossible for the plants to thrive. I will have to find more much-hardier plants
to stock these lands with. I look forward to peeking in on their subterranean
chambers in a future video. As for Roachella, my colony of feeder roaches. They are still going strong, and due to the
more natural setup, I’ve had a nice place to compost most of my fruit peelings and such,
as well as feed a continually growing, gut-loaded roach colony which only needs restocking every
three months. Moving down to Axolotland, the axolotls are
doing great and have surprisingly put on weight! They eat a lot. I love looking at their bushy gills! My fish tank is healthy and strong, as normal,
my green tree python Valentino is doing great as usual, and finally my African Grey parrot,
Ligaya, my pet dragon is also doing great! She’s talking more and more, is fully weaned
with an enormous appetite, and makes quite a mess! Haha! She comes with me for daily walks outside,
and she appears regularly in my daily vlogs on my vlogging channel. Feel free to visit and subsscribe to my daily
vlogs here! And that, AC Family, is a complete update
on all the critters of the Antiverse, and beyond, under my care. I do expect to expand this menagerie of animals
in 2019, and actually purchased a farm property this year, on which I will be building my
first house, and you better believe we have some epic plans for the new Ant Room and space
for animals. My team of care takers for all the critters
will also be expanding, just so I ensure that every animal and critter under my care lives
the best life they possibly can. We’ll see what the up coming year has in store
for us all! So don’t forget to hit that SUBSCRIBE button
to join the AC Family and follow the epic lives of all these creatures we love and cherish. I appreciate all the love and support you
guys show with every video I upload. It means a lot to me and I take none of you
for granted. Happy New Year 2019, AC Family! It’s ant love forever. Oh and by the way, here’s another hidden video!

Dancing Insects

Dancing Insects


I’d fly over the “table” or inside a bright “flower” and wait for the “bird” to fly out of the “tree”. I’d have quick wings to fly away from the “frog” before it knows what to expect next. Next, I would enjoy my trip to the “tree” in the blink of an eye. I’d see my friend the harmless “bug”. I’d warn him about the “frog” about to pounce. and the “bird” flying around ready to snap
her powerful beak. Then, I’d fly off to the “tree”, past the “frog”, in front of the “bird”, under the “table” over the “table”, and onto the “flower” to another hiding place.

Insect Repellent Plants

Insect Repellent Plants


Hi, my name is Shaan Lalwani and I am the
owner, director of this firm called Vriksha Nursery. This section that we are doing right
now we are working with repellents. Repellents, in the sense, all the daily pests that you
all have in the house, the issues that you have in the house with animals that come in
and the flies that come in, we have plants that keep certain things away. I will be starting
with mosquitoes. The plant here, this one, we call it Citronella Geranium. This is what
most of your odomos creams and things like that are made of. The smell and the oil in
the plant is what keeps the mosquitoes away. The other plant right now that I think is extremely
effective for roaches, fleas for your dogs, lizards at your place and even snakes on the
farm is called Rue. They are called Ruta Indigensa and in these plants again, the oil content
is as high as 83%. They are highly effective plants. So what we have been doing with these
plants is that we plant every five feet of your space, use the leaves in your mopping
liquids, use these to give your dogs a bath and they keep the insects away. The next thing
I am going to move on to is pigeons because I know a lot of you in the city have been
coming to us telling us how to keep pigeons away. We have noted off late that this plant
here, it’s called Euphorbia milii. It has got thorns as big as a couple of inches and
bright flowers. What we do is keep them around in balconies and spaces like that, pigeons
generally get scared of this, they don’t burrow around it, nor do they like to come near it
as they get hurt because of the thorns. The other thing that we have here today are the
Euphorbia tirucallis. Now, they have got a highly alkali sap. It is really not advisable
to keep these around babies and dogs because they are highly poisonous. You keep these
in your loft areas, areas where rats generally come up from. Rats come, they chew this sap,
they kind of burn their entire system and they never turn up again to your space. The
other thing that we have noticed here in Bombay is a lot of fruit flies that happen around
your fruits, around your plants, in your garden spaces. What we have noticed is citrus plants,
be it your sweet limes, mini oranges what we have here right now, we have Italian lemons,
lemons, they tend to keep fruit flies away. Again, the leaves are very effective in keeping
fruit flies away. The maintenance of the repellents is generally very easy. You have got the Geraniums,
the Rue and the mini oranges which is very very simple. You need to water them one cup
a day, they have very basic manure requirements, probably a couple of teaspoons of any vermicompost
once a month. The Euphorbias that we have the milii and the tirucalli, the milii obviously
for the pigeons and the tirucalli for the rats are easier than that. You need to water
them once every alternate day, have zero fertilizer requirement, zero manure requirement. On a
suggestion, keep manure away from them, they thrive better.

The Bug Hunting Game! | Science for Kids

The Bug Hunting Game! | Science for Kids


Hi, everybody! Where’s Squeaks? Haha, you got me! Squeaks, you blend right in! You know, there are lots of animals that blend
in, just like you do with lab equipment! These animals blend in with the natural things
around them, so that it’s harder for other animals to find them and eat them. Like this weird-looking bug! [Squeaks squeaks] I know, Squeaks! It looks just like a stick! But this is actually a kind of bug that’s
called a stick insect, since it looks so much like a stick. These insects live in places with lots of
trees and bushes, and they blend in really well. For lots of animals, like birds, a stick insect
would be a tasty snack. But it’s hard for them to spot a stick insect,
since it looks just like the real sticks around it. And if they can’t find the stick insect,
they can’t eat it. So blending in helps stick insects survive. Do you want to see how animals survive by
blending in? Let’s do an experiment! One of the reasons stick insects look so much
like the sticks around them is that they’re the same color. So for this experiment, you’re going to
pretend to be a bird looking through the grass for some nice, delicious bugs to have for
lunch. We’re going to see if you find more green
bugs, more red bugs, or the same amount of both kinds of bugs. All you’ll need is a friend to help you,
a timer, a green, grassy spot, and 10 green things and 10 red things to use as your pretend-bugs. We’ve made our pretend-bugs out of construction
paper, but your bugs can be anything: clothespins, paper clips, or even small toys, as long as
they’re all about the same size, and half of them are green and half of them are red. Once you have your pretend-bugs, go to your
grassy spot. When you’re surrounded by green grass, close
your eyes and then ask your friend to spread the red and green bugs around. Then, have them start a timer for 30 seconds
and say “go!” Open your eyes, pretend to be a hungry bird,
and grab as many bugs as you can! When your 30 seconds are up, stop and count
how many bugs of each color you caught. Then, repeat your experiment by letting your
friend take a turn searching for bugs. Are you ready?! Let’s try it! (music) Okay, time’s up! Let’s look at the bugs that we caught! Hmm, it looks like you got… 8 red ones… and 5 green bugs! Wow! We got way more red bugs than green ones! That makes sense, since the red bugs were
easier to see. The green ones blended in with the grass around
them, so they were much harder to find! Being green helped the bugs survive, just
like looking like a stick helps stick insects survive. If these bugs were real, then after the bird
had their lunch, there wouldn’t be many red bugs left to have red babies. But there would be lots of green bugs left
to have green babies. So there would be way more green bug babies
than red bug babies. And if you kept eating the red bugs, then
after a while, all of the babies being born might be green. So, since being green helped the bugs survive,
over time, there would be more green bugs! Try this experiment at home and let us know
how you do! And, once your experiment is over, make sure
to clean up the rest of your bugs. So what do you think, Squeaks? Aren’t disguises cool? (Squeaks shrieks) Ha! Just kidding! Do you have any questions about all the amazing
ways animals survive and change over time? Let us know, by asking a grown up to help
you leave a comment below or email us at [email protected] We’ll see you next time!

You’d Never Guess What an Acorn Woodpecker Eats | Deep Look

You’d Never Guess What an Acorn Woodpecker Eats | Deep Look


Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting PBS
Digital Studios. These acorn shells are the scraps after a
big feast. The long one is from a coast live oak. This round one’s from a black oak. And this fuzzy one is from a tanoak. These are the noisy diners: acorn woodpeckers,
cracking open and enjoying some acorns. And here’s their well-stocked pantry. It’s called a granary, and it’s where
they store their acorn collection, high up in these redwoods, to protect it from jays,
squirrels and deer. Acorn woodpeckers are the only animals that
store their acorns in carefully-made holes in trees. The birds drill a few new ones each year. It took generations to make the thousands
of holes in this granary. Their holes rarely hurt the trees. They only bore into the bark, where there’s
no sap that could rot the acorns. That’s why they also store them in dry,
dead trees. Keeping their pantry stocked takes a lot of
work. So acorn woodpeckers live in family groups:
four or five of them in something like a commune. This adult male is showing junior who’s
boss. Everyone works and the acorns belong to all
of them. In spring, acorn woodpeckers have their choice
of food: Tasty insects. Oak flowers full of pollen. Sap that they suck out of shallow holes like
these. When those delicacies are gone in the winter,
they’ll have acorns. They don’t have much protein, and they taste
bitter, but the birds can stock up on them. If the coast live oaks didn’t make acorns
that year, the black oaks might. That’s why acorn woodpeckers live where
there’s more than one species of oak. The birds need to keep their acorns snug in
their holes so other animals can’t pull them out. So they tap the acorns to check. If they’re loose, they look for a smaller
hole. Maybe this one? This one is just right. Whoops! Once in a while, they lose an acorn. But that’s OK. A dropped acorn could sprout another oak for
future generations. CuriosityStream is a subscription streaming
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Getting Started Feeding Orioles   Fruit, Insects and Feeders!

Getting Started Feeding Orioles Fruit, Insects and Feeders!


Hi my name is Niki here at Wild Birds Unlimited, it’s the first part of May so
Orioles are starting to move through the area Orioles are insect and fruit eaters
so we have a few different options to feed them. We carry this oriole concentrate
that makes three liters of nectar we also carry this box nectar mix so this
you aad to boiling water and has added protein and fiber for them. When it
comes to insects we carry dried, roasted meal worms and then we also do carry
live mealworms in the store. Grape jelly is arguably one of Orioles
favorite foods; there are no artificial colors or preservatives there’s no corn
sweetener. It’s all natural for them. There are several different types of feeders for
Orioles this is our universal Oriole feeder, so here in the reservoir you can
add the nectar mixture in these four wells here on top you can put the grape
jelly then on this hook here you can put orange halves. Then we have a recycled material Oriole feeder with weather protection so
this one has two prongs here in the center where you can put for you halves
and then there are these cups were you can have the meal worms or jelly we also
have this really cool arm for our Pole System (APS) there are leaves here that will
hold fruit halves and then there are two little cups here where you can put
the meal worms and grape jelly. So come on in to Wild Birds Unlimited and we’ll help you get
set up with your Oriole feeding station and don’t forget to come in on May 20th
and 21st for our 10 year anniversary where all of these items and many others
will be on sale!