Itsy Bitsy Spider | Part 2 | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 74 Mins Compilation from LittleBabyBum!

Itsy Bitsy Spider | Part 2 | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 74 Mins Compilation from LittleBabyBum!


(glitter shimmering softly) (soft music) ♫ The itsy bitsy spider ♫ Crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain ♫ And washed the spider out ♫ Out came the sun ♫ And dried up all the rain ♫ And the itsy bitsy spider ♫ Went up the spout again (soft music) ♫ The itsy bitsy spider ♫ Crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain ♫ And washed the spider out ♫ Out came the sun ♫ And dried up all the rain ♫ And the itsy bitsy spider ♫ Went up the spout again (soft music) (birds chirping) (soft music) ♫ The itsy bitsy spider
crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain and
washed the spider out ♫ Out came the sun and
dried up all the rain ♫ And the itsy bitsy spider
went up the spout again (soft music) (birds chirping) ♫ The itsy bitsy spider
crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain and
washed the spider out – [Spider] Not this time. ♫ Out came the sun and
dried up all the rain ♫ And the itsy bitsy spider
went up the spout again (gentle music) ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me (gentle music) ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me (gentle music) ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me (gentle music) (lively dance music) ♫ Johny, Johny ♫ Yes, papa ♫ Eating sugar ♫ No, papa ♫ Telling lies ♫ No, papa ♫ Open your mouth ah, ah, ah ♫ Johny, Johny ♫ Yes, papa ♫ Eating sugar ♫ No, papa ♫ Telling lies ♫ No, papa ♫ Open your mouth ah, ah, ah (lively dance music) ♫ Johny, Johny ♫ Yes, papa ♫ Eating sugar ♫ No, papa ♫ Telling lies ♫ No, papa ♫ Open your mouth ah, ah, ah (lively dance music) (bright pop music) ♫ Daddy finger, daddy finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Mommy finger, mommy finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Brother finger, brother finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Sister finger, sister finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Baby finger, baby finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do (bright pop music) ♫ Daddy finger, daddy finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Mommy finger, mommy finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Brother finger, brother finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Sister finger, sister finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do ♫ Baby finger, baby finger ♫ Where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How do you do (bright pop music) (gentle music) ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the bottom of the
deep blue sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the yellow fish
swimming in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the funny pig skipping
in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the friendly cow
jumping in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the spider swimming
spinning on the sea, sea, sea (water splashing) (gentle music) ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Were the friends gathering
in the sea, sea, sea (soft music) ♫ This little piggy went to the market ♫ This piggy stayed home ♫ This little piggy had roast beef ♫ But this little piggy had none ♫ And this little piggy went wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home (soft music) ♫ This little piggy kicked the football ♫ This little piggy slid fast ♫ This little piggy fell a sleep ♫ And this little piggy he passed ♫ And this little piggy went wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home (soft music) This little piggy went to the market. This little piggy stayed home. This little piggy had roast beef, but this little piggy had none. This little piggy went wee,
wee, wee all the way home. ♫ This little piggy drew some shapes ♫ This little piggy dressed up ♫ This little piggy counted numbers ♫ And this little piggy read books ♫ And this little piggy went wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home (crickets chirping) (gentle music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see a crocodile ♫ Don’t forget to scream (gentle music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ You might see a great big lion ♫ Eating his green beans (gentle music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see an elephant ♫ Is he wearing jeans (gentle music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see the hidden frogs ♫ They are very green ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see a little duck ♫ Eating an ice cream (gentle music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream (people muttering) – [Girl] Wow, he’s so handsome. – [Girl] He’s so lovely. (soft piano music) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are (soft piano music) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are (lively dance music) ♫ The elephant is big ♫ And the mouse is small ♫ The tree is big, and ♫ The ant is small ♫ The boy is big ♫ And the ball is small ♫ The flower is big, and ♫ The bee is small ♫ The Earth is big ♫ And the men are small ♫ And that’s what makes us all ♫ The elephant is big ♫ And the mouse is small ♫ The tree is big, and ♫ The ant is small ♫ The boy is big ♫ And the ball is small ♫ The flower is big, and ♫ The bee is small ♫ The Earth is big ♫ And the men are small ♫ And that’s what makes us all (thunder roaring) (soft music) ♫ Rain, rain, go away ♫ Come again another day ♫ Baa, baa, wants to play ♫ Rain, rain go away – I want to play on the slide. ♫ Rain, rain go away ♫ Come again another day ♫ Itsy Wincy wants to play ♫ Rain, rain go away – I want to play on the round about. ♫ Rain, rain go away ♫ Come again another day ♫ Little Mia wants to play ♫ Rain, rain go away – I want to play on the swing. ♫ Rain, rain go away ♫ Come again another day ♫ Baby panda wants to play ♫ Rain, rain go away – I want to play on the seesaw. ♫ Rain, rain go away ♫ Come again another day ♫ Everybody wants to play ♫ Rain, rain go away (soft music) (gentle music) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are (dramatic music) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle ♫ Little star ♫ How I wonder ♫ What you are (gentle music) (crickets chirping) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream (soft piano music) ♫ Row, row, row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Twinkle, twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are (soft music) ♫ Rock a bye baby on the treetop ♫ When the wind blows the cradle will rock ♫ If the bough breaks the cradle will fall ♫ But mama will catch you cradle and all ♫ Baby is drowsy, cosy, and fair ♫ Mother sits near in her rocking chair ♫ Forward and back the cradle she swings ♫ And though baby sleeps
he hears what she sings (soft piano music) ♫ Hush a bye baby up in the sky ♫ On a soft cloud it’s easy to fly ♫ Angels keep watch over as you sleep ♫ So hush a bye baby don’t make a peep ♫ Rock a bye baby do not you fear ♫ Never mind baby mother is near ♫ Wee little fingers eyes are shut tight ♫ Now sound asleep until morning light (soft music) (lively dance music) ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Vanilla ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Strawberry ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Chocolate ice cream So many flavours. ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Red and yellow ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Blue and purple ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Brown and white So many colours. (lively dance music) ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Sprinkled ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Chocolate chips ♫ Ice cream, ice cream in a cone ♫ So many choices ♫ Ice cream, ice cream on a hot day ♫ Ice cream in the month of May ♫ Ice cream, ice cream ♫ Ice cream on a holiday It’s a yummy treat. (lively dance music) (bright pop music) ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning (bright pop music) ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning (lively dance music) (bright pop music) ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it clap your hands ♫ If you happy and you know it ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you know ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it pat your head ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it pat your head ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it pat your head ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it turn around ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it turn around ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it turn around ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it say hello Hello. ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it say hello Hello. ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy you know it say hello Hello. (bright pop music) (lively dance music) ♫ Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away ♫ Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away (lively dance music) ♫ Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away (bright pop music) ♫ Winded bobbin up ♫ Wind the bobbin ♫ Pull, pull ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull, ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together one, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knee ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Pull, pull ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together one, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knee ♫ Wind the bobbin ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Pull, pull ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull ♫ Clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together one, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knee (bright pop music) (soft rock music) ♫ Let’s go swimming it’s so much fun ♫ To play in the water with everyone ♫ Let’s go swimming it’s really fun to do ♫ It’s true ♫ We can swim on our backs ♫ Swim on our sides ♫ Paddle all around make a splash so high ♫ We can swim at the
pool or swim in the sea ♫ And you can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see ♫ What you can do ♫ Oh, yeah (soft rock music) ♫ Let’s go swimming it’s so much fun ♫ To play in the water with everyone ♫ Let’s go swimming it’s really fun to do ♫ It’s true ♫ We can swim on our backs ♫ Swim on our sides ♫ Paddle all around make a splash so high ♫ We can swim at the
pool or swim in the sea ♫ And you can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see ♫ What you can do ♫ Oh, yeah (soft rock music) (gentle music) ♫ I am learning to get dressed ♫ I’m learning what to do ♫ This is how I put on my shirt ♫ This is how I pull on my pants ♫ This is how I pull up my socks ♫ This is how I slip on my shoes (gentle music) ♫ I am learning to get dress ♫ I’m learning what to do ♫ This is how I put on my blouse ♫ This is how I pull on my skirt ♫ This is how I pull up my socks ♫ This is how I slip on my shoes (lively dance music) ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny, two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny, two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns (lively dance music) ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny, two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny, two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns (bright pop music) ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ Take your toys up off the floor ♫ When things get messy ♫ Gee up, gee up, gee up ♫ Collect up all your toys ♫ And tidy, tidy, tidy up (bright pop music) ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ Take your toys up off the floor ♫ When things get messy ♫ Gee up, gee up, gee up ♫ Collect up all your toys ♫ And tidy, tidy, tidy up Pick up your toys and put them in the box. Put them on the shelves. Put them in their proper place. ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ Take your toys up off the floor (bright pop music) ♫ Five little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One little monster jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed (lively dance music) (soft rock music) ♫ There were 10 in the bed
and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Nine. ♫ There were nine in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Eight. ♫ There were eight in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Seven. ♫ There were seven in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Six. ♫ There were six in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Five. ♫ There were five in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Four. ♫ There were four in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Three. ♫ There were three in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out Two. ♫ There were two in the
bed and the little one said ♫ Roll over, roll over ♫ So they all rolled over and one fell out One. ♫ There was one in the bed
and the little one said (yawning) Good night. (soft rock music) – [Male] Would you like
to count to 100 by 10s? Let’s do it. ♫ 10 ♫ 20 ♫ 30 ♫ 40 ♫ 50 ♫ 60 ♫ 70 ♫ 80 ♫ 90 ♫ 100 Hey, that was great. Let’s do it again. ♫ 10 ♫ 20 ♫ 30 ♫ 40 ♫ 50 ♫ 60 ♫ 70 ♫ 80 ♫ 90 ♫ 100 Let’s do it one more time. ♫ 10 ♫ 20 ♫ 30 ♫ 40 ♫ 50 ♫ 60 ♫ 70 ♫ 80 ♫ 90 ♫ 100 (lively dance music) ♫ Five little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ One little monkey jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (lively dance music) (soft music) ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes, nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all ♫ One ♫ Two ♫ Three ♫ Four ♫ Five ♫ Six ♫ Seven ♫ Eight ♫ Nine ♫ 10 ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes, nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all ♫ 10 ♫ Nine ♫ Eight ♫ Seven ♫ Six ♫ Five ♫ Four ♫ Three ♫ Two ♫ One ♫ One potato, two potatoes ♫ Three potatoes, four ♫ Five potatoes, six potatoes ♫ Seven potatoes more ♫ Eight potatoes, nine potatoes ♫ 10 potatoes all – [Male] Oh, look there’s
five little ducks. One, two, three, four. ♫ Five little ducks went swimming one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ Mother duck said quack, quack, quack ♫ But only four little ducks came back One, two, three. ♫ Four little ducks went swimming one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ Mother duck said quack, quack, quack ♫ But only three little ducks came back One, two, ♫ Three little ducks went swimming one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ Mother duck said quack, quack, quack ♫ But only two little ducks came back One. ♫ Two little ducks went swimming one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ Mother duck said quack, quack, quack ♫ But only one little duck came back ♫ One little duck went swimming one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ Mother duck said quack, quack, quack ♫ But no little ducks came swimming back ♫ Sad mother duck went out one day ♫ Over the hill and far away ♫ The sad mother duck
said quack, quack, quack ♫ And all the five little ducks came back (lively dance music) ♫ Six little ducks that I once knew ♫ Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too ♫ But the one little duck
with the feather on his back ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack (lively dance music) ♫ Down to the river they would go ♫ Wibble, wobble, wibble,
wobble too and fro ♫ But the one little duck
with the feather on his back ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Back from the river they would come ♫ Wibble, wobble, wibble,
wobble ho, hum, hum ♫ But the one little duck
with the feather on his back ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He left the others with
a quack, quack, quack (lively dance music) (gentle music) ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses (gentle music) ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight little
buses, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses (gentle music) ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses (gentle music) (electronic dance music) ♫ Baa, Baa Blacksheep have you any wool ♫ Yes, sir, yes, sir ♫ Three bags full ♫ One for the master ♫ One for the dame ♫ And one for the little boy ♫ Who lives down the lane ♫ Baa, Baa Blacksheep have you any wool ♫ Yes, sir yes, sir ♫ Three bags full ♫ One for the master ♫ One for the dame ♫ One for the little boy ♫ Who lives down the lane (electronic dance music) (bright pop music) – [Girl] One, two, three, four, five. ♫ Five little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most delicious bugs yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are four green speckled frogs ♫ Glub, glub One, two, three, four. ♫ Four little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most delicious bugs yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are three green speckled frogs ♫ Glub, glub One, two, three. ♫ Three little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most delicious bugs yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are two green speckled frogs ♫ Glub, glub One, two. ♫ Two little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most delicious bugs yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there is one green speckled frog ♫ Glub, glub One. ♫ One little speckled
frog sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most delicious bugs yum, yum ♫ He jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are no green speckled frogs ♫ Glub, glub (lively dance music) ♫ One, two, buckle my shoe ♫ Three, four open the door ♫ Five, six pick up sticks ♫ Seven, eight lay them straight ♫ Nine, 10 do it again ♫ One, two buckle my shoe ♫ Three, four open the door ♫ Five, six pick up sticks ♫ Seven, eight lay them straight ♫ Nine, 10 a big fat hen (lively dance music) ♫ One, two bucked my shoe ♫ Three, four open the door ♫ Five, six pick up sticks ♫ Seven, eight lay them straight ♫ Nine, 10 do it again ♫ One, two buckle my shoe ♫ Three, four knock on the door ♫ Five, six pick up sticks ♫ Seven, eight you’re doing great ♫ Nine, 10 and that’s the end (lively dance music) ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck one
(bell tolling) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ The house ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck two
(bell tolling) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck three
(bell tolling) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ Hickory dickory dock ♫ The mouse ran up the clock ♫ The clock struck four
(bell tolling) ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory dickory dock – [Female] Five. ♫ Five little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed Four. ♫ Four little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed Three. ♫ Three little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed Two. ♫ Two little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed One. ♫ One little monkey jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and jumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (soft music) ♫ One, two, three, four, five ♫ Once I caught a fish alive ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♫ Then I let it go again ♫ Why did you let it go ♫ Because it bit my finger so ♫ Which finger did it bite ♫ This little finger on my right One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Eight. Nine. 10. ♫ One, two, three, four, five ♫ Once I caught a fish alive ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, ten ♫ Then I let it go again ♫ Why did you let it go ♫ Because it bit my finger so ♫ Which finger did it bite ♫ This little finger on my right ♫ Baa, Baa Blacksheep have you any wool ♫ Yes, sir yes, sir three bags full ♫ One for the master ♫ And one for the dame ♫ One for the little boy ♫ Who lives down the lane (electronic dance music) ♫ Baa, baa Blacksheep have you any wool ♫ Yes, sir yes, sir three bags full ♫ One for the master ♫ And one for the dame ♫ One for the little boy
and who lives down the lane ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The door of the bus goes open and shut ♫ Open and shut, open and shut ♫ The door of the bus goes open and shut ♫ All through the town ♫ The card on the bus
goes bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ Bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ Bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ The card on the bus
goes bleep, bleep, bleep ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ Up and down, up and down ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ All through the town ♫ The pig on the street
says wait, wait, wait ♫ Wait, wait, wait ♫ Wait, wait, wait ♫ The pig on the street
says wait, wait, wait ♫ All through the town ♫ The children on the
bus say look, look, look ♫ Look, look, look ♫ Look, look, look ♫ The children on the
bus say look, look, look ♫ All through the town ♫ The lion on the bus says see you soon ♫ See you soon ♫ See you soon ♫ The lion on the bus says see you soon ♫ Off of the bus (soft music) ♫ A ♫ B ♫ C ♫ D ♫ E ♫ F ♫ G ♫ H ♫ I ♫ J ♫ K ♫ L ♫ M ♫ N ♫ O ♫ P ♫ Q ♫ R ♫ S ♫ T ♫ U ♫ V ♫ W ♫ X ♫ Y ♫ And Z ♫ Now I know ♫ My ABCs ♫ Next time won’t ♫ You sing with me (soft music) (gentle music) ♫ When it’s time to eat ♫ I wash my hands (gentle music) ♫ After playing outside ♫ I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poo ♫ I wish my hands ♫ When it’s time to eat ♫ I wish my hands ♫ After playing outside ♫ I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poo ♫ I wash my hands (bright pop music) ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see I see something yellow. ♫ A bright yellow sun smiling down on me Let’s jump when we see something yellow. ♫ Jump so high ♫ Jump so high Jump, jump, jump. ♫ Colours are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see I see something red. ♫ A big red flower staring back at me Let’s turn round and round when we see something red. ♫ Turn round and round ♫ Turn round and round Turn, turn, turn around, ♫ Colours are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see I see something green. ♫ A little green frog in the grass by me Let’s clap our hands when
we see something green. ♫ Clap your hands ♫ Clap your hands Clap, clap, clap your hands. ♫ Colours are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see I see something orange ♫ A bright orange swaying in a windy tree Touch your nose when you
see something orange. ♫ Touch your nose ♫ Touch your nose ♫ Touch, touch, touch your nose ♫ Colours are a beautiful thing ♫ One little, two little,
three little pandas ♫ Four little, five
little, six little pandas ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little pandas ♫ 10 little pandas (lively music) ♫ One little, two little,
three little kittens ♫ Four little, five
little, six little kittens ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little kittens ♫ 10 little kittens ♫ One little, two little,
three little monkeys ♫ Four little, five
little, six little monkeys ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little monkeys ♫ 10 little monkeys (soft piano music) ♫ Star light ♫ Star bright ♫ The first star I see tonight ♫ I wish I may ♫ I wish I might ♫ Have the wish ♫ I wish tonight ♫ Star light ♫ Star bright ♫ The first star ♫ I see tonight ♫ I wish I may ♫ I wish I might ♫ Have the wish ♫ I wish tonight (soft piano music) ♫ Star light ♫ Star bright ♫ The first star ♫ I see tonight ♫ I wish I may ♫ I wish I might ♫ Have the wish ♫ I wish tonight (soft piano music)

Do Bees Dance? | #aumsum

Do Bees Dance? | #aumsum


It’s AumSum Time Hey guys. Hold on. Did you download my app from Google Play Store? Remember, it’s called ”It’s AumSum Time”. And follow my Facebook page. Now, let’s guess the title of my next video. Muahahaha. Because I told it to do so. Oh. Because of the flame, the air around the candle is hot. Rise hot air, as you are lighter. Hurry up. Write your guess in the comments section below. Do bees dance? Yes. I’m always invited. Nectar-producing flowers. C’mon. Time to tell the otherrs. Gather around everybody. It’s time for the waggle dance. It looks like the figure 8. Longer the dance, farther the flowers. But, which direction dude? The sun is here. So, this is the direction of the flower with respect to the sun. Let’s go. Topic: Rancidity Why is a bag of chips half full? Looks like you don’t believe me. Open the bag. See I told you. The bag of chips is indeed half full. Why is that so? It is mainly because of a concept called rancidity. When food becomes rancid. It develops an unpleasant smell and taste and it becomes unsafe for consumption. Rancidity generally refers to a condition where the fats and oils present in food get oxidized Resulting in food spoilage. Since the chips contain fats and oils, they
are likely to get rancid. Therefore, to prevent this, nitrogen gas is
flushed into bags of chips by manufacturers. But, why nitrogen? Nitrogen does not react with fats and oils. As a result, rancidity does not take place. Moreover, a gas in the bag serves as a cushioning agent and prevents the chips from crumbling. That is why the bag of chips is only filled
till half. Topic: Air pressure. How do straws work? They work very hard. No. Straws work because of air pressure. Is it similar to acupressure? No. Air pressure is the weight of air pressing
down on earth and all other objects present on it. Now, when a straw is in a liquid. The air pressure upon the liquid in the glass and the air pressure upon the liquid in the straw is similar. Causing the levels of liquid to be almost equal. However, when we drink the liquid through
straw. We first inhale causing the air from the straw to flow into our lungs. Now due to absence of air, the air pressure
in the straw decreases. Hence, the air pressure present on the liquid of the glass pushes the liquid into the straw. Causing it to move upwards and thus, helping us drink. Why do bees build hexagonal honeycombs? I don’t know. Honeybees build honeycombs to store honey, pollen, eggs, etc. The honeycombs are built using beeswax which honeybees produce themselves. However, honeybees produce very less amount of this wax. Hence, honeybees required a shape that would give them maximum storage using minimum beeswax. Now, if each cell of the honeycomb would be a circle. Then there would be a lot of gaps or wasted space between cells. So why didn’t honeybees make triangular or square cells? These shapes don’t leave any wasted space. Popular research suggests that hexagonal cells use less wax. Provide more space as compared to triangles and squares. This means honeybees can store more honey while using the least amount of wax. Besides this, the overall structure is much
more stable and strong. Why do our muscles get sore? Because they want to go to a spa. No. When we begin to go to gym or perform a new intense physical workout. Our muscles begin to feel sore the next morning. This soreness is called Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness or DOMS. DOMS occurs usually after eccentric contractions. What does that even mean? When a muscle is lengthening and contracting at the same time, it is known as an eccentric contraction. For example, when we lower a dumbbell, our biceps muscle is slowly relaxing and lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold the heavy weight of the dumbbell. Similarly, in a squat, as we lower ourselves,
our quadriceps muscle is lengthening. But at the same time, it is still contracting
to hold our upper body weight. Such eccentric contractions generate tension in the muscles, creating minute tears in them. Thus, causing the soreness or pain.

Bee Bot App – iPad Coding and Computing Apps reviewed + Giveaway!


This video will be part of my new series and
playlist on Educational Apps for Android and iOS devices. First up; iOS with the Educational
App called Bee-Bot. Welcome to another ‘Flipped Classroom Tutorial’. In this tutorial I’m going to show you one
of my favourite apps to teach programming to very young children.
A lot of us already know about Bee-Bots. Bee-Bots are programmable floor robots, you can use
these in class. Now there is also an App. This App is free of charge and let’s go ahead
and open it. As you can see: Bee-Bot App. When you first open the App, you can see that
it’s a very colourful and attractive layout. The children will simply click or tap on ‘Play’. Now I’m going to go to the settings and ‘Reset
all the scores’ This is great for when you have different
groups all starting from Level 1. Now let’s go ahead and ‘Play’. We will start with the first level. And you can see that there are stars as rewards;
one star if we can reach the flower, two stars if you make it and it takes you a very long
time or three stars if you do it within the time limit. Let’s go ahead and Start. And similar to the
‘real’ Bee-Bot we have to program using Forward Backwards Turn Left Turn Right And then Go We do have to remind the children to always
Clear the statements by clicking on the X button. Because it doesn’t just ‘Go’ left but Turn
left 90 Degrees. Let’s do ‘One step forward, Go’ This brings us to the Score board. Let’s say FL as in Flipped Classroom. Let’s go to the next level. Level two! These levels continue to get harder and harder,
so the children here, now need to think about how many step forward they will have to ‘code’
or ‘program’. In this case we will have move forward -one
– two – three steps. One Two Three step forward and then we press ‘Go’. Now I’m going to show you an example of Level
ten. So let’s go ahead and go to level ten. As
you can see here the children will have to ‘Debug’ their code. If they are not ready
to program this in one go. they will have to make mistakes and ‘Debug those Mistakes’. So I’m going to navigate to the flower, by
first making a right turn, and as soon as I Press ‘Go’. My Bee-Bot turns, the Bee-Bot
does remember all instructions, it creates an ‘Algorithm’ with different instructions. But it remembers that ‘turn right statement’,
so if I now add a ‘forward’ statement, which is what I want to do, but I forget to ‘Clear’
You will see it Again turns and moves forward. It has NOT forgotten the previous statements.
This is the reason I say ‘Always remember to Clear previous code’. Now I have to Turn left, Move forward. Before adding my next couple of statements
I’m going to clear the code. Left Turn Forward, forward, forward Right Turn Forward, forward, forward Left Turn Forward, forward Left Forward Right Forward, forward Right Forward Now a lot of children Will get to this after
having played with this app for some time. As you can see It follows all the steps exactly as I have
put them in. So, to summarize. A really good and brilliant app to teach children
at a very young age about algorithms and how different instructions follow each other Top
to Bottom. There is also a little added feature which
is the ‘Farm’ So let’s go ahead and open the farm. These are little Bonus levels, let’s open
the second sheep level, I have to push these sheep, herd them, into their pen. Let’s keep going… That’s one! And as you can see the app if very intuitive. The children will love these bonus levels.
In the Top right corner you see a little timer and this timer decides how many stars you
get awarded. Here you have a short explanation on how this
game was created. If you want more information about actual Bee-Bots you can always vist
www.tts-groups.co.uk You see your How to Play basic Controls and
Below in the description of this video You will also find a GiveAway! I will give away a PDF Full Classroom Guide
on how you can use Physical Bee-Bots as well as this app in class. Basic programming skills for Very young children. Go ahead and Scroll down, and find this Giveaway! If you found this video helpful please leave
a Thumbs up and don’t forget to subscribe! This was a Flipped Classroom Tutorial and
I will see you in the next one. Thank you for watching!

What if all the Oceans Dried up? | #aumsum

What if all the Oceans Dried up? | #aumsum


It’s AumSum Time. What if all the Oceans Dried up? Then I will go to the Moon and swim. Oh AumSum. Firstly, there will be extreme water scarcity
on Earth. Suddenly it will become more expensive than
gold. Secondly, coastal areas which rely on marine
life for their diet. Will face an unprecedented food shortage. Thirdly, global climate is influenced to a
great extent by ocean currents. With no oceans, world climate will enter an
uncharted territory. Fourthly, price of salt will crash as too
much of it will suddenly become available. Fifthly, African Elephant will replace Blue
Whale as the largest animal on Earth. Lastly, surfers will definitely get depressed
as no oceans means no waves. On the flip side, real estate brokers might
be one happy lot. As suddenly there will be vast stretches of
land available for sale. Lastly, vanishing oceans might reveal a number of hidden treasures.

The Ants Go Marching


The ants go marching one by one,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching one by one,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching one by one,
The little one stopped to suck his thumb And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching two by two,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching two by two,
The little one stopped to tie his shoe And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching three by three,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
The little one stopped to climb a tree, And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching four by four,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching four by four,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching four by four,
The little one stopped to shut the door And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain. The ants go marching five by five
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching five by five,
hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching five by five,
The little one stopped to take a dive And they all go marching down
to the ground To get out of the rain.

The Ants Go Marching one by one Song | Kids Nursery Rhymes

The Ants Go Marching one by one Song | Kids Nursery Rhymes


The Ants go marching one by one Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching one by one Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching one by one, the little one stops to suck his thumb and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching two by two Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching two by two Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching two by two, the little stops to tie his shoe and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching three by three Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching three by three Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching three by three, the little stops to climb a tree and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching four by four Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching four by four Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching four by four, the little one stops to shut the door and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching five by five Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching five by five Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching five by five, the little one stops to take a dive and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching six by six Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching six by six Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching six by six, the little one stops to pick up sticks and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching seven by seven, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching seven by seven, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching seven by seven, the little stops top pray to heaven and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching eight by eight, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching eight by eight, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching eight by eight, the little one stops to roller skate and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain The Ants go marching nine by nine, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching nine by nine, Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching nine by nine, the little one stops to check the time and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom The Ants go marching ten by ten Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching ten by ten Hurrah Hurrah! The Ants go marching ten by ten, the little one stops to shout THE END! and they all go marching down, to the ground, to get out of the rain Boom boom boom

Close up Wasp – Macro Adventure


Today I want to look for insects. And try to make some Macro Photos. Near where I live
Is a big street. On this Footpath are always hurt or dead Insects. This is Ivy
there are alot of Wasp and a Hornet up there
But I’m here for this. Back at home we are going to look at the findings. They are wasp or yellow jackets. I try to clean the worst
and take it to my microscope. There is still a lot of muck and pollen. They did lay on the ground for a while
so dirt is expected. I try to get some of the Dirt off
whitout destroying them. Next I want to stack some images and make
a big composite for that I take a movie
focus on every part and I try to overlapp a certain amount for
each stack. After I got a focus stack of ervery part of
the Body I cut it out of the movie
and export it as pictures I use Davinci resolve for this. Export as seperate clips in a picture format
and in seperate sub folders After the render is complete
I have 57 folders with images to stack. For the stacking I use Picolay. I open the folder choose my setting an let
it run Importen is I want to save the depth map for
later With every stack completed
I just need to sticth them together using Image composite Editor
That is quite good the wing I stitch manualy
and this is the result Now comes the fun part
You remember we saved the depthmap with picolay we can render a rocking 3D Animation
Just choose a stacked image an its coresponding Depth map
load it as result and depth map choose the dregrees and steps
and let it run if you don’t like the rocking action there
is another way You could do a circular motion you just need
the degrees I want 5 degree max rotation
for 45 Degrees I just take the sin of 45, times the degree I want
it is about 3,5 Degree and for the inbetewens I just take half of
45 22,5 Degree and multiply the sin and cosin
with my desired degree. After that I just add that manually into picolay
And I need to rename every picture so that it stays in the desired order
This is what I end up with. I will put every Programm I used in the comment
below.

What If You Were Bitten By The Most Venomous Spider?

What If You Were Bitten By The Most Venomous Spider?


Spiders are all around us. There are over thirty-five thousand different
species and one study of homes in South Carolina found spiders present in one hundred percent
of them! Most spiders do not pose a threat to humans,
and are actually quite helpful in keeping populations of other bugs in check. However, there are some species whose bites
and venom can be extremely dangerous. There is a common misconception that the Daddy
Long Legs is the most venomous spider but that their fangs can’t pierce human skin. In truth, Daddy Long Legs do occasionally
bite people, however, their venom will produce a mild irritation at worst. According to scientists, the most venomous
spider on the planet today is actually the Brazilian Wandering Spider, which got its
name because it roams the forest floor looking for prey. A single bite from one of these spiders and
you will instantly feel pain. Immediate symptoms include inflammation of
the skin with severe burning and redness, goose bumps, and sweating. Their venom is strong enough to quickly kill
bugs, birds, small rodents, and even young children! But in adults, the venom generally takes longer
to work. As it courses through the bloodstream further
symptoms like blurred vision, nausea, erratic heartbeats, chills, and uncontrollable shaking
can occur. There have even been instances of a strange
side-effect in men where it can make your you-know-what painfully swell and cause permanent
damage! While the symptoms are very unpleasant, actual
deaths from Brazilian Wandering Spider bites are rare. Out of the more than 7,000 bites that have
been reported, there are only ten deaths that have been attributed to the Brazilian Wandering
Spider. That said, medical treatment is still required
so that an anti-venom can be administered. And while Brazilian Wandering Spiders are
only native to South America, there have been news stories of them traveling along with
banana shipments to other countries. So the next time you’re picking out fruit
at the grocery store you may want to be extra careful. If you want to make Fuzzy and Nutz happy,
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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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