Funniest Spelling Bee Moments Caught On Camera

Yo, what’s going on guys! Welcome to Reaction Time! Actually a funny story just happened. I basically took a nap, and when I woke up. For some reason I thought the iridocyclitis kid that said Which is basically a guy that just repeats the word he was given in a spelling contest And I thought it would be amazing if we react to some spelling bee moments Basically these are the funniest moments! So, I know some shit goes down. I know there’s people that fainted, I know there’s people that complete freaked out because they didn’t get the because they didn’t get the word right like these are just absolutely hilarious so without further ado, lets do this (from video) iridocyclitis OH! (hands clapped) It’s my .. thats my HOMIE! (Spelling) Come on baby (More spelling) iridocyclitis (mimicking) iridocyclitis UHHHH iridocyclitis is spelled I R I D O C I C L I T I S NOOO. He got it wrong guys. Thank you so much everyone Iridocyclitis I mean the kid is cool, you can’t lie about that. ButI don’t why it just became a meme and just went around, it was trending, it was so funny but I mean I reall like the kid *Clapping* That was a pretty funny one (commentator) He is such a happy kid. From Florida, Jacob Williamson, Number 38! *Clapping* Dang!!!!! He’s going insane! *Clapping* *Laughing* IT HAPPENED! I DID IT! You guys should meme this, like, when you’re finally out of the friend zone And just see this guy so happy YEAH! kabaragoya kabaragoya (Nerdy Voice) I KNOW IT! I totally KNOW IT! Okay RIGHT on MAN! (Spelling) C A B A R A G O Y A Its a K! AWW WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!! Alright, let me rephrase that When you finally got out of the friendzone But then she said she likes you like a brother instead Brothers don’t (inaudible) That’s what just happened to this guy I feel kinda bad Uhhhhhh He was so excited

Hogyan nevelj hangyakolóniát? – 1. rész

AntsHungary presents: How to raise an ant colony? the ant colony’s raising starts with a test tube. fill the clean test tube with some water theen put a piece of wool in it not too tight and not too loosely pull down the wool with a hooked wire expressly. only until the water level not along! than put the ant queen in this test tube. this test tube will guarantee the humidity for a long time the end of the test tube also close with a piece of wool it let through the air so gives the optimal breeze for the hatching test tube. the queen feels safe herself in this tight, closed test tube and the humidity imitate the underground conditions most of the claustral ant species don’t claim feeding at the first time, but we recommend to feeding every species from the beginning, to helps their successfull colony founding. most species needs to feed with honey and insects only some harvester species deflect from it. put a small honey at the side of the test tube with a hooked wire put only a few from it, less than a drop. we should think how big our ant, and how big her stomach possibly if we think this, we won’t make that mistake to give too much honey them and they stick in it. recommend to cut half the insects for the ants they will easily access to the soft parts in it. then put the test tube in warm, dark, calm and vibration-free place when the queen can laying eggs leisurely. can guarantee the darkness if package the test tube in a piece of cellophane. some days later the queen is laying down her first eggs. this time we don’t have much work, just to take care for the feeding and keep the test tube clean. give them half-cutted insect pieces 2 times a week and 1 or 2 days later clear off them before they deteriorate after a few weeks the eggs develop.. …first for larva, ..after for puppae. larvae eats protein already, so this time important the feeding regularly. first workers will hatch from the puppae. with the small and mediom sized ants it needs 4-6 weeks from egg to worker but with some big sized spices this time could be 2 and half months even. If the test tube became dirty during the hatching we have to move the queen and the brood into a new, clean test tube. it’s much easier now, than when have workers if the surface of the cotton covered by mould, or the water discoloured, it could be a dangerous habitat for the ants, so have to move them for a new tube. we need the following tools for the transfer: first top up the new test tube with the earlier mentioned method, then put the queen into the new one. finally have to move the brood carefully. need a small drop of water. watering a bit the hair of the brush, so the brood will stick to it and we can move them carefully to the new test tube. the brush has soft hairs wich don’t damage the brood. try to move all of the eggs. don’t have to put them for the same place, the queen will put them to a heap. 🐜 Subscribe! 🐜 – and check the next episode. 🙂

Élet 5 centiméteren! – Temnothoraxok gondozása FormiKIT micro hangyafarmban

If you don’t know Temnothorax species, you should know they are tiny species and found small colonies. They can live lifelong in the FormiKIT micro formicarium. Here can see the queen. The moister spoinge is a bit dirty in this formicarium, i should replace it to a new one. But how can we do this, to avoid their escape? Check this, here is the first trick! We will replace the sponge and the colony will stay in the formicarium during. The FormiKIT Micro include 6 screws we will get out 5 from these. We will leave only the roofing’s screw. The formicarium won’t come aparts, but we can slide carefully the nest’s top layer. Take out the old sponge, and put the new one into. Then slip back the top layer. We have some deserters of course. Don’t afraid, just put them back with a brush. Finally close and assemble the formicarium. You can see the new sponge is much cleaner! This sponge is really thin, as can see before. This is important. Don’t forget: it can store only a few water, so really important to moister it regularly, at least 1-2 times a week. Temnothorax species don’t need high humidity, but they also drink sometimes. Put a piece of tape on the moister hole, to slow down the evaporating. I raised up them a bit. They are trying to hide in the pole and guarding the queen. We can clean up the dirty arena with a humid cotton wool. I show you a mature colony too. The winged male ants this year appeared in this colony. You can see they have massive brood. This is how looks a mature colony in the Temnothorax species. But they are still no more than 5 centimeter. I show you the 2nd trick with this colony. Need a small piece of wool, and a hooked tweezer. When all ants in the nest-part, close the entrance with the wool. Take out the 4 screws from the arena. If you take apart the arena like this you can wiping and cleaning it, just how you want. Don’t have to worry about the escapes during the cleaning. The two screws still keeps in gross the nest-part. If we finished with the cleaning assemble it again and give food for the ants. You can see a new-born worker in this scene. They has this bright color after born, during the first day. She looks just like a “ghost-ant” 🙂 This colony get honey, … …cockroach pieces, … …and shattered nut pieces for food. It seems they like the cockroach mostly now. You can put the formicarium in different ways, but don’t forget: the water in the sponge will always goes downwards. Thanks for watching! You can find the own-designed FormiKIT Micro formicarium on our ant-site! If you enjoyed, don’t forget to subscribe to the AntsHungary’s YouTube channel! 🙂

Two Giant Killer Hornet Colonies Fight to the Death

[MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: The Samurai scouts
bring news that there’s an army on its way. [BUZZING] They rally the troops. But it’s too late. The Bamboo Battalion is on them. The Rock Samurais are ambushed
at their own entrance. When times are tough,
giant killer hornets turn on their kind. It’s like on like,
giant on giant. Claws, stingers, and mandibles,
all weapons deployed and heads will roll. Disabling the enemy is
the primary strategy. Beheading and severing
limbs, the mandibles are the ultimate weapon of war. It’s impossible to
determine who’s winning until the pillaging starts. The marauding Bamboo
giants enter the fortress. They’re conquered
the Rock Samurais and they’ve struck gold. The precious nursery of
developing princesses is ransacked, next year’s
queens killed and cannibalized in their chambers. The sentry can do nothing
but witness the devastation of her precious family.

When Bees Attack

When Bees Attack

Today’s video was requested by Lord Cinder. If you have any other topics you’d like to
learn about subscribe and let us know in the comment section below. What Is It? Bees are flying insects of the Anthophila
group, known for their venomous sting and producing honey and beeswax. Bees are adapted to feeding on nectar as well
as pollen and play an important role in pollination. This is the transfer of pollen from the male
part of the plant to a female part of the plant thus enabling fertilization and the
production of seeds. They range in size and length from 0.08 inches,
for some stingless bee species, to 1.54 inches for the largest leafcutter bee species. They have large compound eyes and antennae
which hold sense organs tasked with detecting smell, taste and air movements. Their mouth parts have a pair of mandibles,
which are adapted for chewing and a long proboscis used for sucking up nectar. Their bodies have three segments and wings
which, in flight, employ the same mechanics as helicopters. Even though the stinger averages only 0.007
inches in length, a bee’s sting can be very painful and may even cause death. Number 6 Chinese Woman
A video which became viral in China in July 2018 showed a woman who had been stung in
the face by a bee swarm, triggering an allergic reaction that rendered her features almost
undistinguishable. She’d been trying to catch bees and collect
honey up in a mountainous region when the insects attacked. As she filmed herself, the woman didn’t
seem to be very affected by what had happened and even made a two-line rhyme about it. It would roughly translate as ‘I was bored
and went in the mountain to catch some bees/But I was helpless when the aggressive bees stung
me’. Yet, her face had almost doubled in size. Her lips, nose, cheeks and left eye became
extremely swollen. This happened because her body’s defense
system had overreacted to the histamine component of the bee venom. Many viewers and commenters, including the
woman herself, found the humor in the incident but the truth is that things could have been
much worse. Where Is It Located? There are approximately 20,000 bee species,
grouped in various biological families with a worldwide distribution. The western honey bee, or the European bee,
is the best-known and can be found on every continent, except Antarctica. Bees can be solitary or live in various communities. True honey bees are highly social creatures
and their colonies are established in swarms consisting of a queen, worker bees and male
bees, or drones. Each of them has different duties and responsibilities
within the colony. Human apiculture or beekeeping has been practiced
for thousands of years, since Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt. In Greek mythology, for example, honey was
considered to be the food of the gods. Beekeepers usually keep their colonies in
hives from which they collect honey, bee glue, beeswax or pollen, for personal or commercial
use. Number 5 Vern Roberts
Texas man Vern Roberts was mowing his lawn outside his Wallis home, in September 2018,
when he was attacked by a swarm of Africanized honey bees. The aggressive insects overpowered him as
he fell to the ground and he tried to stop, drop and roll. He could have been stung to death, if not
for his wife, Mary, who helped him get inside the house. In doing so, the woman was stung over 60 times. Roberts was stung nearly 600 times all over
his body, including his mouth and even down his throat. The paramedics arrived to the house but couldn’t
get to Roberts because his lawn was still swarming with bees. Roberts had to muster all the strength he
had left to walk outside and get to the ambulance. He was stung a few more times before he reached
the vehicle. He was rushed to the hospital and spent three
days in the intensive care unit but was expected to make a full recovery. How Will It Kill You? The bee is a type of kamikaze of the natural
world, as it typically dies after delivering a sting. After a honey bee delivers the venomous injection,
it leaves its barbed stinger inside your skin, and flies away thus tearing off its abdomen. However, the queen honeybee and other bee
species are known to have smoother stingers with smaller barbs and may sting vertebrates
repeatedly. Luckily, the queen doesn’t usually leave
the hive and mainly uses its stinger for dispatching rival queens. When the bee stings it delivers apitoxin and
releases alarm pheromones which may attract other bees from the hive to the location. These pheromones do not dissipate or wash
off quickly and the other bees that are attracted may exhibit defensive behavior and target
the victim with hundreds of further stings. A strong attack from an aggressive swarm may
even cause death. The main component of the bee venom which
causes pain in vertebrates is a toxin called melittin. For people allergic to bee venom, a sting
can trigger an anaphylactic reaction which may cause death. Africanized honey bees are the product of
cross breeding between European honey bees and the African honey bee. Since 26 swarms escaped from quarantine in
1957, they’ve spread throughout the Americas. There’s a reason why Africanized bees are
commonly known as killer bees. They’re more aggressive, react faster to
disturbances and may chase the victim a quarter of a mile. Along with killing horses and other animals,
their responsible for at least 1,000 human deaths, with victims being stung thousands
of times. Number 4 Kristen Beauregard
In July 2013, Kristen Beauregard and her boyfriend were at their North Texas farm with their
miniature horses when they were attacked by a swarm of around 30,000 bees. Beauregard was exercising her Shetland pony,
named Trump, when he started to kick and jump. Within seconds a swarm of bees started stinging
them. According to Beauregard, there were so many
of them that they blocked out the sun. The 44-year-old, her boyfriend and even their
horse tried to escape the cloud of bees that was stinging them by jumping in the pool,
but it didn’t help. As they came up for air, the bees stung them
in the face and nose. Beauregard eventually managed to get to the
house, where she called 911. Firefighters in protective gear arrived at
the scene and sprayed a special foam substance to disperse the bees. Beauregard had been stung about two hundred
times and her boyfriend about fifty times, but they both managed to survive the attack. Trump and a 6-year-old show horse called Chip
died as a result of the numerous stings they’d sustained. Additionally, the bees killed five hens and
also stung the couple’s dog. Number 3 Paula Andrea Ramos Molina
An attacking bee swarm can sometimes induce such panic and confusion in their victims
that it leads to tragedy. Such was the case for 22-year-old Paula Andrea
Ramos Molina. As forestry engineer in Colombia, she was
part of a team carrying out an assessment in a rural area of the Caldas district, in
September 2018. As Ramos Molina and one of her colleagues
were examining the area assigned to them, they accidentally dislodged a killer bee hive. The furious insects swiftly descended upon
them. As they ran away from the killer bees that
were repeatedly stinging them, both Ramos Molina and her colleague fell off a cliff. Tragically, the young woman broke her neck
in the fall and died instantly. Her colleague, whose name hasn’t been released,
suffered multiple injuries and countless stings. They remained in the hospital and were considered
to be in grave condition. How to Survive? Wear light colored clothing and don’t disturb
bee hives. If you find yourself swarmed, don’t try
to swat at them or kill them, as the bees will only attack you more fiercely. Don’t jump into a body of the water as they’ll
simply wait for you to resurface and sting you then. Cover your head and face and run away until
the bees stop chasing you. If you’ve been stung multiple times, seek
immediate medical attention. The first and most important part after being
stung is removing the stinger, regardless of the method, and cleaning the wound with
soap and water. A cold compress or icepack can be applied
to the affected area along with taking aspirin, acetaminophen and Benadryl to help ease the
itching and pain. Avoid scratching the area as it will only
increase the swelling. Seek medical attention if the swelling covers
an area greater than 3 to 4 inches or if it persists for over a week. Those who are allergic should use a self-injectable
EpiPen as the release of adrenaline will help prevent an anaphylactic shock, which can be
fatal. Number 2 Graham Williamson
The case of Graham Williamson serves as a tragic reminder that size doesn’t matter
when it comes to bee attacks. It also emphasizes the importance of knowing
what you’re allergic to. The father of three from the West Midlands
region in England was 6.5 feet tall and weighed 240 pounds. Because of his stature, he was nicknamed ‘Hulk’
by his friends. Unfortunately, Williamson never knew that
he was highly allergic to bee stings. While mowing the lawn outside his home, in
July 2018, he was stung by a bee on his foot. He fell to the ground and his wife, Julie,
tried to resuscitate him. The paramedics arrived to the scene and took
Williamson to the hospital. Julie and his children held vigil at the hospital
while the doctors kept him sedated, to give his body time to recover. There was a brief moment of hope when his
kidneys started functioning again but he eventually lost his fight for life. The cause of death was determined to have
been anaphylactic shock. Number 1 Rogerio Zuniga
In June 2015, a South Texas farmer died after he was overwhelmed by a swarm consisting of
hundreds of killer bees. 54-year-old Rogerio Zuniga was using a tractor
on his field, near Rio Hondo, when he accidentally hit an old concrete irrigation pipe with the
disks from his harrow. The pipe was home to a 20-foot bee hive and
the insects came storming out attacking Zuniga inside his tractor. He got out and tried to run away but the swarm
followed him. What happened next was like a scene from a
horror movie, according to his sister Lisa. She told a media outlet ‘…he collapsed
and they stung his body to death. He had gaping wounds, the bees shredded him
basically. It was horrible.’ Zuniga was found dead at the scene and, in
the aftermath, an exterminator was brought to kill the bees and clear the pipe.

What Do Cockroaches Eat and Where Do They Live When There are No Houses Around?

What Do Cockroaches Eat and Where Do They Live When There are No Houses Around?

Sneaky and skittering, invasive and indomitable,
the disgusting peridomestic cockroach is a formidable enemy for anyone unlucky enough
to live among them. Interestingly, however, they are surprisingly
delicate, and at least one species is utterly dependent on humans for its survival. Of the 5,000 known species of cockroaches,
those that most plague people are the American cockroach (Periplaneta Americana) and the
German cockroach (Blattella Germanica). American Cockroach Americana is the largest cockroach encountered
in human constructions, growing to an average length of 1.5 inches (4 cm); it is not common
in homes in the northern U.S., preferring a warmer environment, although it will be
around – especially in larger, particularly commercial, buildings like grocery stores
and restaurants. Unlike their German counterparts, the American
cockroach will live outdoors (in warmer climates), and in places like Florida, they can be found
around garbage, in trees and in woodpiles. During periods of heavy rains, this species
is known to “mass migrate,” and overrun a building. The bugs are managed around homes by caulking
cracks, removing rotting vegetation and keeping areas around the structure as dry as possible. Indigenous to Africa, the American cockroach
was introduced across the pond in the 17th century and is usually found below ground
in drains, steam tunnels, sewers and basements. Prolific, one community of Americana that
was discovered in a single sewer manhole consisted of 5,000 members. On average, each female of the species will
produce 150 eggs over a 10-month period and will deposit them, in clusters inside a hard-shelled
case, near a food source – sometimes “gluing” the case to the source with her spit. After hatching, the American cockroach goes
through several stages of development, but during each it actively forages for food. Opportunistic, they enjoy whatever is at hand
and will eat decaying matter, as well as bread and fruit, paper and clothes, hair and even
shoes. Because of their proclivity for sewers and
human waste, the American cockroach spreads over 22 species of organisms that cause disease
in humans, including protozoans, viruses, fungi and bacteria, as well as several species
of parasitic worms. German Cockroach Americana’s cousin, the German cockroach,
is the jerk you’ve probably met at one point or another if you’ve ever had a cockroach
problem in your house. Adults of this species reach on average about
0.5 inches in length (10-15 mm). Secretive, the German cockroach spends most
of its time (about 75%) in hiding. This is likely due, at least in part, to the
fact that Germanica cannot live without humans and our modern comforts. So if they didn’t stay hidden, they’d
quickly find themselves squished in most homes. In fact, at least one study has shown that
the species will die out in the winter in northern climates in homes that do not have
central heating. Inside of a residence, the German cockroach
lives in large groups, clustered in dark places often in the kitchen; favorite haunts include
the walls and cabinet voids as well as under and behind the stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. They find each other by scent, which comes
from the poop that they deposit in set areas (called “fecal focal points”). Like its American counterpart, this species
eats pretty much anything it can sink its mandibles into, although they particularly
love garbage, sweets, grease and meat. Females of the Germanica species hold onto
their egg cases for far longer American cockroaches and only drop them within 24 hours of the
eggs hatching; additionally, each case has more eggs, holding anywhere from between 30
and 48 at a time. A single female of the species can produce
over 200 eggs within her lifetime, and according to Penn State University’s College of Agricultural
Sciences, “in one year over 10,000 descendants can be produced…” As with its cousin, German cockroaches go
through many stages of development, although from the time they hatch (appearing in nymph
form), they also forage for food. Continuously breeding, any particular community
of this species will usually be comprised of only 20% adults and about 80% nymphs. Since Germanica also transports pathogens,
things like diarrhea, food poisoning and dysentery may be transmitted to humans where there is
an infestation. In addition, the German cockroach’s excrement
as well as its molted skin (with both species, each stage of development is marked by molting
– or a sloughing off of the old skin), have been known to cause allergic reactions in
some people, including triggering asthma and the development of skin rashes. German cockroaches are notoriously hard to
get rid of due to their secretive nature and prolific fertility. Nonetheless, preventative measures such as
maintaining a fastidiously clean home (e.g., not leaving dirty dishes out overnight), storing
food items in bug-proof containers and emptying garbage cans frequently can greatly help. Common methods of killing the German cockroach
include using chemicals like hydramethylnon and fipronil, as well as shaking poisonous
dusts like boric acid into the crevices and spaces where they congregate (although be
careful, these can be toxic for children and pets). Surprisingly, the entomologists at Penn State
University say that foggers not only don’t work, they may make the problem worse by temporarily
dispersing the roaches, only to have them return later.