The Minis: A Halloween Episode, Tux Bot Vs Cockroaches


What
Why I Can’t go to the Heaven ! If I cant go up, I’ll punish everyone who’s
down here OK Roaches, Do everything as I say Its only a costume , please ! Look ! A Halloween show on the street this is real you dumb ass and I lost all my artworks relax, you could draw again doodles Its seems that I have to use my last device Tux ! Lets clean some Bugs ! Bro, so were you working on this robot all
the time? No ! I just bought it on the internet. You’re lucky, but next time I’ll do something
terrible I hope …

10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches

10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches


10 Amazing Facts About Cockroaches… Nobody wants to see a cockroach scurrying
under the fridge when flipping on the light switch. These creatures aren’t exactly revered.
Entomologists know otherwise, though; these insects are actually rather cool. Here are
10 fascinating facts about cockroaches that just might persuade you to think differently
about them. 1. Most Species Are Not Pests… What image do you conjure up when you hear
the word cockroach? For most people, it’s a dark, dirty city apartment teeming with
cockroaches. In truth, very few cockroach species inhabit human dwellings. We know of
some 4,000 species of cockroaches on the planet, most of which inhabit forests, caves, burrows,
or brush. Only about 30 species like to live where people do. In the U.S., the two most
common species are the German cockroach, known as Blattella germanica, and the American cockroach,
Periplaneta americana. 2. Cockroaches Are Scavengers… Most roaches prefer sugar and other sweets,
but they will eat just about anything: glue, grease, soap, wallpaper paste, leather, bookbindings,
even hair. And cockroaches can survive a remarkably long time without food. Some species can go
as long as six weeks without a meal. In nature, cockroaches provide an important service by
consuming organic waste. As with houseflies, when cockroaches take up residence among humans,
they can become vehicles for spreading diseases as they scuttle about the home. Feeding on
waste, trash, and food, they leave germs and droppings in their wake. 3. They’ve Been Around For a Long Time… If you could travel back to the Jurassic period
and walk among the dinosaurs, you would easily recognize the cockroaches crawling under logs
and stones in prehistoric forests. The modern cockroach first came to be about 200 million
years ago. Primitive roaches appeared even earlier, about 350 million years ago, during
the Carboniferous period. The fossil record shows that Paleozoic roaches had an external
ovipositor, a trait that disappeared during the Mesozoic era. 4. Cockroaches Like to Be Touched… Roaches are thigmotropic, meaning they like
feeling something solid in contact with their bodies, preferably on all sides. They seek
out cracks and crevices, squeezing into spaces that offer them the comfort of a tight fit.
The small German cockroach can fit into a crack as thin as a dime, while the larger
American cockroach will squeeze into a space no thicker than a quarter. Even a pregnant
female can manage a crevice as thin as two stacked nickels. Cockroaches are also social
creatures, preferring to live in multigenerational nests that can range from a few bugs to several
dozen. In fact, according to research, cockroaches that don’t share the company of others can
become ill or unable to mate. 5. They Lay Eggs, Lots of Them… Mama cockroach protects her eggs by enveloping
them in a thick protective case, called an ootheca. German cockroaches may encase as
many as 40 eggs in one ootheca, while the larger American roaches average about 14 eggs
per capsule. A female cockroach can produce multiple egg cases over her lifetime. In some
species, the mother will carry the ootheca with her until the eggs are ready to hatch.
In others, the female will drop the ootheca or attach it to a substrate. 6. Roaches Love Bacteria… For millions of years, cockroaches have carried
on a symbiotic relationship with special bacteria called Bacteroides. These bacteria live within
special cells called mycetocytes and are passed down to new generations of cockroaches by
their mothers. In exchange for living a life of relative comfort inside the cockroach’s
fatty tissue, the Bacteroides manufacture all the vitamins and amino acids the cockroach
needs to live. 7. Cockroaches Don’t Need Heads to Survive… Lop the head off a roach, and a week or two
later it will still respond to stimuli by wiggling its legs. Why? Surprisingly, its
head isn’t all that important to how a cockroach functions. Cockroaches have open circulatory
systems, so as long as the wound clots normally, they aren’t prone to bleeding out. Their respiration
occurs via spiracles along the sides of the body. Eventually, the headless cockroach will
either dehydrate or succumb to mold. 8. They’re Fast… Cockroaches detect approaching threats by
sensing changes in air currents. The fastest start time clocked by a cockroach was just
8.2 milliseconds after it sensed a puff of air on its rear end. Once all six legs are
in motion, a cockroach can sprint at speeds of 80 centimeters per second, or about 1.7
miles per hour. And they’re elusive, too, with the ability to turn on a dime while in
full stride. 9. Tropical Roaches Are Big… Most domestic roaches don’t come close to
the size of their giant, tropical cousins. Megaloblatta longipennis boasts a wingspan
of 7 inches. The Australian rhinoceros cockroach, Macropanesthia rhinoceros, measures about
3 inches and can weigh 1 ounce or more. The giant cave cricket, Blaberus giganteus, is
even larger, reaching 4 inches at maturity. 10. Cockroaches Can Be Trained… Makoto Mizunami and Hidehiro Watanabe, two
scientists at Japan’s Tohoku University, found cockroaches could be conditioned much like
dogs. They introduced the scent of vanilla or peppermint just before giving the roaches
a sugary treat. Eventually, the cockroaches would drool when their antennae detected one
of these scents in the air. More Crazy Cockroach Facts… It’s often been said that cockroaches are
so hardy that they can survive a nuclear explosion. Although the bugs can survive levels of radiation
that would kill a human being within minutes, higher levels of exposure can be deadly. In
one experiment, cockroaches were exposed to 10,000 rads of radiation, about the same amount
as the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan during World War II. Only about 10 percent of the
test subjects survived. These hardly bugs can also hold their breath
for 4 to 7 minutes at a time. Scientists aren’t sure why cockroaches do this, but researchers
in Australia say it may be in order to preserve moisture in dry climates. They can also survive
for several minutes underwater, though exposure to hot water can kill them. What do you think about these interesting
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我把一只小强送进了3万米的太空!


5 4 3 2 1 I’ve had a dream since I was a kid, which is traveling to space But unless I make a lot of money this goal is unlikely to be realized for the time being. So I decided to send a messenger to help me realize this dream. Then the warrior is it We have done a lot of experiments before. For example, how long can a roach survive without eating anything? Will it survive in a vacuum chamber? How long can it live in the freezer, etc? All of these experiments proved the roach’s incredible and powerful survivability This time I decided to do it big time, Send the roach into space and see if it can survive. This sounding balloon is responsible for this task. It can fly to an altitude of over 30,000 meters. Four times as high as the Everest Strictly speaking, this height is in the stratosphere. May not be considered space But pretty much close In such a height, The environment is extremely bad for any creature. Firstly it’s the extremely low temperature About minus 55 degrees Then the oxygen is also very thin And the air pressure is also extremely low Then the toughest creature on the surface of the earth. Can it survive in space? Whether it can earn the name of the survivor? Can it go into space and come back alive? Let’s wait and see Now everything is ready Then let’s send the roach to space together. 3 2 1 Go Now the roach has gone up. If everything goes well, It should return to Earth after two or three hours While we are waiting, let’s talk about the design of this experiment. Firstly we placed the experiment object and filming equipment in the box. We used two GoPros, one to film inside, and the other to film outer space. Then we filled the balloon with helium, and the balloon will fly into space with the foam box. When it rises to a height of about 30,000 meters, the balloon will burst due to air pressure gap between the inside and outside. Then the parachute will open and it will hang the foam box and Slowly land on the ground To get the foam box back, we have to rely on the GPS device inside. In order to prepare for this experiment, we have done a lot of research and calculation, because there are many factors to consider, such as weather, wind direction, rise height and payload etc. Then we chose the location and time based on these factors. We spent about one month preparing this, and we also consulted the local meteorological department before doing the experiment. So don’t try this. Can we film successfully? Can we recover the device? We are not 100% sure. If we can’t get it back, then the loss is heavy Because the cost of trying this can be huge. Two GoPro plus GPS and other devices Nearly 6000 RMB A can of helium, 2600 RMB Balloons and parachutes, etc. close to 1,000 RMB The total cost is close to 10,000 RMB If it falls into the water or the GPS fails, OMG I don’t want to dig into it. So let’s pray that everything goes well. After more than two hours Luckily we finally received the GPS signal. About 200 kilometers from us More than two hours’ driving Then let’s not say much, and start looking for the roach. So Let’s Go We have drived for more than two hours It’s only a few hundred meters away from the target. I can’t help but feel excited. I can’t wait to see how is the roach. Then let’s move on Now we are at the end of the GPS positioning by car. We are inside a small village Let’s walk to find the roach. Positioning is very close, but we’ve been searching for a while, but still no luck. You can see a lot of old houses here, so it is possible to have fallen on a house Then let’s continue to search There are many houses here but not many people. Basiclly left-behind elderly Quite a lot of Chinese garden dogs here. I’ve got to find a stick to defeng myself. – Oh – Isn’t that our balloon? – Where? – Just there, just above the house. – The parachute is also there – Seems like it – But how can we get it back? Borrowed a long stick from an old lady nearby It should be enough Now let’s go get it down Maybe it’s more convenient to use a short stick The balloon is completely entangled in the tree So maybe we have to forgo the balloons and parachutes Just cut it off and forget it. But we can’t leave garbage here. So I decided to pull it down. Ok, let’s take a look at the box. What has happend inside? Now it is the most exciting time to open the box. This is a foam box that has been in space. I’m a bit nervous I don’t know if what’s inside, maybe a mutated Martian roach? Let’s find out I didn’t expect this. The toughest species on the earth could not survive in space in the end In fact, this result is a bit beyond my expectations. Because sending a roach into space. I am not the first one to do so. I checked some information before doing this experiment. 10 years ago, There were several college students in the US who used the same method to send some roaches into space And all of them survived I think it it’s the issue of sub-species. If we change it to a German cockroach, maybe it has a chance to survive The roach is dead now. But we thank it for its contribution to science. This is one small step for roach, but a giant leap for roachkind. I think we should give it a proper funeral Now everything is ready Then let’s send the roach to space together. 3 2 1 Go

You Wish You Had Mites Like This Hissing Cockroach | Deep Look


Is there anything more lowly than the lowly
cockroach? Uh, yeah there is. That’s a cockroach mite. It lives its entire life on this cockroach. But these hitchhikers are doing a lot more
good than you might think. The mites are only on one type of cockroach – these
guys – Madagascar hissing cockroaches… …which are known for their hiss, of course. They do that when disturbed or looking for
a mate. They only live in the Madagascar rainforest
on an island off the coast of Africa. And they’re bigger than the cockroaches
you might find in your kitchen, like these brown-banded roaches. These pests will eat anything: food scraps,
poop, trash – you name it. As a result, they can spread disease or trigger
allergies. Hissing cockroaches are detritivores – they
mainly eat decaying leaves, tidying up the forest floor. They can even be kept as pets, because they’re
more docile than their common cousins. And most importantly, they’re a lot cleaner
… thanks to a permanent population of tiny housekeepers. Ok, yeah, it looks pretty bad. The mites crowd together in the crevices – places
where the cockroach can’t brush them off. They get their meals near the cockroach’s
head, gobbling up the food bits and saliva that the roach leaves behind. When they get thirsty, they head to the spiracles:
the openings the roach uses to breathe. The mites get water vapor from them. The roach also has one special hissing spiracle
for that signature sound. The mites live on a single roach, unless they
get passed on from roach parent to roach baby. They’re doing these cockroaches a favor. By cleaning up the old food and debris, the
mites help keep them free of mold and pathogens … potentially extending the roaches’ lives. Really, both a hissing cockroach and its mites
have the same important job: keeping the world a little bit neater. Not so lowly, after all. Looking for more wild science adventures? Journey to Earth’s most remote laboratory
in Antarctic Extremes, a harsh, thrilling and hilarious new show from NOVA and PBS Digital
Studios. Hosts Caitlin Saks and Arlo Pérez reveal
a world where science and survival meet. Find the show on Terra, PBS Digital Studios’
new science channel. Link is in the description.

The El Paso Zoo Brings Back Their Cockroach-Valentine’s Event


Unknown: Sorry a week. Can El
Paso Zoo brings back their cockroach Valentine’s event? All
right, folks. Last year, the El Paso Zoo made headlines with the
promotion where you could name a cockroach after an ex lover, and
then they would feed it to one of their meerkats. Now the same
Zoo the owners are actually bringing the promotion back and
for every 1000 cockroaches named Zoo director Joe Monsanto will
eat a cockroach. So who says romance is dead? What would it
take for you guys eat a cockroach? Is this idea even on
the money? Hmm. I think it’s a good I think it’s
a good question asked what’s your number? How little would
you need to be paying literally have an exact answer for you
because I’ve done it before. And the answer is $10 $10. I will give you $10. I’ve done it before and if you
have cockroach in $10. I’ll do it again. I was at a new Shares Christ. I
was at a new CrossFit gym. That’s
right. CrossFit Wasn’t he used to try to gain trying to garner
favor with my fellow crossfitters. At a mixer one
night, there was a coverage on the floor that we captured. And
one of my fellow crossfitters asked, Hey, would you that for
$10? Or I don’t remember how it went down, but they said, I’ll
give you 10 an hour she didn’t. And I thought, Hey, 10 bucks,
and I’ll be popular. I’m in down at one. So, here’s a riddle. crossfitter
vegan, and someone who loves the enneagram start a conversation
who stops talking first Alex across it or he’s too busy doing
squats? Or she or she? Yeah, so you would eat
the cockroach because you have done it? Sure. Okay, cockroaches Actually, I don’t
know why they’re so they don’t bite humans to kind of trash.
They like gross isn’t a wasp worse or the cockroaches carry
diseases? Yeah, I never caught anything from a cockroach, but I
haven’t been stung by a bee. So I don’t know. Aesthetically speaking I think
the bee is more pleasant to look at. Yeah. Versus the cockroaches
like cyanide. roaches have size as well. They’ve also just
didn’t learn shit through shit. Yeah, that’s why you’re on this podcast.
It’ll bleep it out. It’s fine. You’re fine. How news? Gentlemen
swearing bleeping out Jim like fucking gets on it. Like a special note. Everyone say your favorite password was saying every clown. Lot of flags. I don’t know if what I said is
like the grandfather of poreless. How did that word become the
worst word? Because it offends half the
population. Where did you say the word He’s interesting, um, you know,
in a different time cockroach might have been the most events
of words but I know she the first half of this question
is who says romances dad is romance dead? Well you guys say no one says that cuz I’m married and she’ll find
out Okay, let me ask you all this so
as you guys are both married, been dating Angela for four
months now, what should I do for balance her name on the air now
it’s getting real. What should I do as a rookie here to really
win points on balance? Zero. Are you ready? Yes. I want
you to scare away Of course not. What I would do is I would come
up with five small things she likes and try to get them to her
throughout the day. Okay, for instance, if she her favorite
flower is not a rose. No girls favorite flowers are rose right
track. favorite flowers at perhaps 1030 in the morning,
cannons. Okay awesome cactus and then maybe at noon, a good meet
her for lunch and buy her lunch because her work is hard or
deliver her favorite food. You may be at three. A mixtape not
really but something creative. You don’t have to be expensive.
Just be thoughtful. Nick Offerman had good advice on
this. He says to go out into nature and find a leaf or a
pebble. And to tape it on the inside of a card could just be a
white sheet of paper and write Happy Valentine’s Day and her
name. And I think you’ll I think you’ll do All right. All right. Just Finally, I’m Megan Laney so
he did. He did he does he’s talking about that man, that man is
suave. So he has more suaveness and his
love Caterpillar or mustache than we have in our entirety
love Caterpillar could take on a couple different
meanings. So I like to hope it does. Well Yeah, but I’m learning a
lot here. But if you guys want to win Valentine’s, either give
her five little notes or one note with a piece of nature or
don’t name a cockroach. The most important thing I think to
exemplify on Valentine’s Day is that you know her do nothing
cliche do something specific. Even if it’s cheap. I know I don’t go that’s what I plan on doing for
Kristen Will’s wife, my wife with 1000 times
take a better meal over flowers. She doesn’t care for flowers. girl likes to say most girls like food more
than flying So ladies and gentlemen will back
he just called his wife a cow. Did you just call me? He said
she loves food. She loves food. Not beating I don’t know your
wife doesn’t love to Dallas. We’re fighting. back he has pulled a knife and
he is stabbing. We got cramp the blood All
right, we’ll take five

How to Milk a Cockroach


[ intro ] You, me, dogs, cats, horses, guinea pigs … we’re all mammals. All part of one big, happy, milk-producing family. Other animals generally don’t share the
ability to feed their young with a substance secreted
from their own bodies… With a few exceptions. Like the Pacific beetle cockroach. Yes, I said “cockroach.” Now, let me start by clarifying that I’m
talking about a milk-producing insect, not a milk substitute made from insects, which does exist but is a whole other, unrelated
thing. And I should also note that this stuff is
not exactly milk— at least not by the standards of the dairy
industry— since the roaches don’t have mammary glands. Plus, their babies don’t nurse after birth the way mammalian babies do. so you can’t just like, squeeze them to collect a tube full of milk. But these insects do produce a special food for their young. And that’s how they’re able to avoid doing
something that most other insects do: laying eggs. Eggs can’t exactly run from all the predators that might make a fine meal of them. So young insects that can move about the moment
they leave their mother have a bit of a leg up in life— or, six of them, to be exact. And the Pacific beetle cockroach is the only known viviparous cockroach, which means that females give birth to live
babies. They actually have a uterus of sorts called
a brood sac. And it’s while a female is incubating her
babies in this sac that she produces a milk-like substance for
her embryos to ingest. This quote “milk” is a complete source
of nutrition for the young cockroaches. It’s almost 46% protein, including all of the essential amino acids,
and about 25% carbs. And it’s a whopping 16 to 22% fat, which
includes omega-3s and other “healthy” fats. Plus it’s got vitamins and minerals. So basically, it’s got a lot of everything, which is why it has three times as many calories
per gram as buffalo milk, and some researchers say it’s among the
world’s most nutritious substances. And that gives the soon-to-be cockroach babies
an evolutionary advantage. During gestation, Pacific beetle cockroach babies undergo a
50-fold increase in dry mass from the time they arrive in the brood sac
as fertilized eggs to the moment they leave their mother’s
body. That’s so big that, at birth, the brood
— typically numbering around 12 nymphs — can be one and a half times the weight of
their mother. And this whole process from embryo to nymph
happens three times faster than in other cockroach
species! They keep growing fast, too. Males will reach adulthood after just three
to four molts. By contrast, German cockroaches molt six times before reaching adulthood. And since the bugs are very vulnerable during
and just after the molting process, fewer molts means they spend less of their
lives in this exposed state. In fact, this milk is considered so nutritious
that… well, you may have already guessed where we’re
headed. Yes, some have tossed around the idea of mass producing cockroach milk
for human consumption. But alas, scientists and health-food moguls have yet to come up with a practical way to
harvest this stuff. The roaches are pretty small, and since the fluid is excreted into the brood
sac not out into the world, you can’t exactly attach them to a milking
machine. To get the milk from the mama bugs, researchers inserted filter paper into their
brood sacs. That soaks up the goods, which the scientists
can then extract from the paper. They can also cut open the young roaches to
get at the stuff. see, the liquid turns into crystals in the
embryos’ digestive tracts. And those crystals can then be cut from their
stomachs— a process the roaches don’t survive. Either way, each roach only gives a tiny amount. Experts estimate it’d take upwards of 1000
cockroaches to get 100 grams of milk. That means you’d have to milk— and probably kill— countless cockroaches to produce an actual
bottle of this stuff, let alone enough bottles to sell to the masses. Also, we don’t actually know it’s safe
to consume in any quantity. So, you won’t see it on store shelves any
time soon. Researchers may one day be able to synthesize
cockroach milk, though. Still, even if that happens, the milk is more likely to have medical applications than it is to end up as a substitute coffee
creamer. Which is fine, because we can always drink that milk that’s
made from insects instead… Bottom’s up! Thanks for watching this episode of SciShow! If you enjoyed it, I have a feeling you’ll
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TWICE(트와이스) Funny – Momo talking about cockroach eradication

TWICE(트와이스) Funny – Momo talking about cockroach eradication


[MOMO is the key to your life]
“Anything special happened today?” Shh, it’s a secret! [I didn’t go to gym today]
You will know … [and now my heart is running]
later. Oh, right. I went to Hawaii with SANA. We took many videos there. I bought a camera so … we took many videos. And now I’m editing the videos. [Is there anything you can’t do, MOMO?] [Even the internet doesn’t know
what MOMO can’t do]
I’m trying many different editing styles. I’m practicing. And I look up how to edit videos. I’m looking up on the internet. And I finished putting the subtitles. So I put subtitles. I’ll upload the videos later. [Gosh, my cheeks are gone]
I’m not sure you would enjoy it. [I’m smiling so hard and my cheeks have gone up
to the universe]
I’m just trying to edit the videos well. Of course I could have asked someone to edit. But I want to do it by myself. I want to take photos and videos by myself. I like taking photos and videos. So that’s why I bought a camera. [Media companies must feel anxious
that MOMO is not doing everything on her own!]
So I want to edit as well. [I…guess I need to work harder as an editor]
I, myself, … I mean I was the one who were in Hawaii, … so editing by myself would make a better video. I thought I could do better. And also I want to give it a try. Yeah, it’s kind of a challenge. Well, it’s also for fun. MO CHAENG TV!
Right! We took one in Japan. But I don’t know where it has gone. I don’t know where the file is. I remember that we took one. [Hey, MO CHANEG file!
I’ll give you my legs and arms]
I don’t know where it is. [Come back here]
It’s just gone. At a dorm, … I wanted to have spicy noodles and meat. It was really early in the morning by myself. I made spicy noodles and meat. And then I was eating. But then all of a sudden, … this big! This big … cockroach was flying! [Oh wow, according to MOMO,
that cockroach is that big and it was flying?
(Fainted)] I got so scared. [Tonight, we will fire that cockroach]
I was so scared … [So Mr. Cockroach, move to another planet]
that I screamed!
But as I said, it was early in the morning. DAHYUN was sleeping. At frist, JEONGYEON came out and … said, “What happened? What happened?” So I said, “There’s a cockroach!”
And she said, “You should catch him!” And then I said, “I cannot! It’s so big”. And I went to my room. And JEONGYEON went after the cockroach. It was seriously this bit. It was so big. And it was flying! I got so scared!
And JEONGYEON went to catch him. She was like, “You should catch him!”
And she went after the cockroach. And she came back and said,
“MOMO, that one is so big”. [JEONGYOEON, it’s alright]
She said she can’t catch him either. [Even Thanos wouldn’t
have been able to catch him]
I was like, “No way!” I was like, “We can’t just go to bed,
leaving that cockroach flying around our dorm”. [The biggest reason to catch the cockroach]
“I haven’t finished my spicy noodles and meat!” [Well I want that combination too, MOMO]
And … DAHYUN was sleeping. DAHYUN is the only one who can catch bugs. I asked DAHYUN to catch him,
saying “I’m so sorry
but can you please catch him?” DAHYUN was in a deep sleep. So she must have felt really annoyed. She was like, “What’s with the fuss?” She came out and
the cockroach was sitting there. She sighed and then … I heard the sound. She said that she caught him.
Wow, she’s really cool. [DAHYUN’s has MAXIMUM courage
to catch the cockroach] So … she said, “I caught him, okay? I caught him”. She looked so cool. [We can trust DAHYUN]
So … I was so touched by her. I will be always nice to you, DAHYUN. [I thought MOMO’s cuteness can save the world]
Really. [But this time, MOMO got scared and
DAHYUN was the hero]
I really want to thank DAHYUN.