Insect Collection Organization Basics for Kids (Ep 5)

Insect Collection Organization Basics for Kids (Ep 5)


Here lie the trophies of some of the great hunter’s of the past. They walk beneath our feet fly above our heads and cross our paths if one desires to find these treasures he need not look far, but right in front of him. He shall cast in his net and become and become an insect hunter. Titus here. On today’s episode of the insect hunter we’re going to put the finishing touches on our collection by organizing and labeling our specimens. First off in our show today, we’re going to have Hattie Hash Tag teach us why we need to label our insects. After that Rocket is going to teach us how to create labels. Hattie: “Anyways I am so excited to be here with my Dad today. Hashtag Father Daughter Time Father: “Honey, what is this?” Uh, that is very glittery. Hashtag Glitter Phone Hattie: “Anyways tell us Dad.” Yeah, uh, no I’ll tell you. Do I have to talk into this? Hashtag Yes Ok, um, well, Thankyou for …. Hashtag Gratitude Yeah thankyou for letting me be on your show today. Hash tag show time I want to tell everyone out there why it is important to label your insects. Hashtag eww, Hashtag gross. Uh huh, yeah it’s important to label your insects because you need to document where you find them. Hashtag doctormentation. Is that even a word? Um so yeah we need to label them so we know where to find them again because if you ever discovered a new species of bug Hashtag Discovery you are going to want to be able to find it again and other scientists are also going to want to be able Hashtag Scienterrific are going to want to find out where Hashtag I want it that way. are going to want to find out where that bug was too. Ok! Hashtag who what where. Because it is a new species and it would be really exciting to see that bug. Hashtag excitement Ok no, we’re done. We’re done! You, take your glitter and you go to your room! Alright!? we’re done. No more tweets! No more facebook! No more selfies! No more food, pictures of your selfies. You’re done! Ok? This camera is coming off!! Now that we know why we label our insects The first thing we’re going to do is get some paper. Then we’re going to cut it into some thin strips. You can look below if you want to see the dimensions. You can do your labels in two ways. You can either do them by hand or you can do them on the computer. When you do them on the computer you want to have your font close to 3.5. Whether you do your labels by hand or on the computer, you can look in the description and you’ll find some links that will lead you to the formats to help you print your labels. Now there are many ways to label your insects, but I recommend you do the following. The first thing you want to put on your label is the location The first part of this is the state and then you got to have the county and then you are going to have a more specific location. Sometimes you’ll even put GPS coordinates if you want to be technical. The second thing that you need is the date that you collected the insect. Make sure that you put it in a form that cannot be misinterpreted. Start with the date and then write the month as a roman numeral, and then you are going to finish with the year Next you are going to add the name of the person who collected the insect. If you really want to be thorough you can add the method used to collect the insect at the end of your label. Now, you are ready to go out and label your insects. Make sure and use the resources in the description to help you get the format down and save you some work. After you’ve completed your labels, now you are going to put a pin through it with your insect on it. Raise that label as shown here up to about a quarter of an inch below the insect so we can still see the label and the insect when it’s in the collection. Now, David is going to explain to us how to organize our collection. We’re here at a museum at Rexburg Idaho where people come to learn about animals and see magnificent displays of animals. Behind me we have an exhibit about Africa, where the animals are organized by where they are from. When we’re organizing an insect collection we want to organize our insects by relatedeness like these examples here in the museum. For example we have our moose, elk and deer close to each other on this wall over here. We also have some closely related birds near to each other, such as this kestrel or this hawk or these owls. We’re trying to organize everything by relatedness and we want to get as close and as specific as we can. For example, in here, if we were going to reorganize this we would put all of the mammals together in a certain section and then we would put those that are closely related into different subsections of that section. So for example all the bears together, the wolfs together and other carnivores. If you look here in my collection, we’ll look at the beetles. There’s all sorts of beetles, but not all of them are as closely related as others. For example these beetles are much more closely related to each other than these beetles, but they are all still beetles. When you are doing your collection, you will want to go down to the family classification level. In the description, there will be some links to some guide books you can use which will help you to identify your insects and organize them according to their relatedness. We need to have everything organized by relatedness. If you look at this hover fly, you might think that is actually a bee, but in reality it is not. Often times insects will use deception, just like other creatures. So you have to pay particular attention to what the identification guidebook says so you know exactly how closely the insects are related. Make sure when you are moving your insects around to organize them that you are very careful. Their body parts are quite fragile and they could easily break if you are not careful. To wrap up the show I want to show you a couple quick examples of some collections made by 4-H youth in Indiana. As you can see they have been quite creative and added their own personal flare. No matter what you do for your collection, make sure your collection looks neat and well organized.. Thanks for watching another episode of the Insect Hunter. If you enjoyed this video, make sure and like and subscribe by going up here. After you have subscribed maybe you want to check out some other videos by clicking here on the lock. That will take you to a new series I have been working on called Insect Lockdown. It teaches about Insect Pest Management and how to deal with insects at home and other settings. And check out these channels over here of some of the people that helped contribute to this video. They’ve got some good videos and fun things going on so check those out! Thanks for watching and as always happy hunting!

Why Are MILLIONS of People Keeping ANTS as PETS?

Why Are MILLIONS of People Keeping ANTS as PETS?


I have a question for you. Have you ever killed an ant? Be honest. Was it death by bug spray? Or the laying down of poison perhaps? Or maybe a massacre by magnifying glass? Don’t worry. We’ve all done it, myself included. But now guys, have a look at this man for
a moment. His name is Milton Levine. In the 1950’s, Milton invented a little plastic
toy enclosure that holds some sand and a little bit of plastic shaped like a farm house. He called this invention an Ant Farm, and
it was designed to house a colony of creatures most of the world normally wants to kill. Ants! Milton was a visionary, and knew there was
something about ants that was totally magnificent and relevant to us people, and you’ll find
out what that is by the end of this video. You’ll also be surprised to know how many
ant farms he’s actually sold to date, and I’ll also be revealing that in a bit, but
first, if you’re new to the channel, you may be sitting there thinking… Gross! Now why would anyone want to keep ants as
pets? At least a dog, cat, or horse can show you
affection right? Fair. Ants can’t lick your face, you can’t stroke
an ant with little tweezers, and you certainly can’t ride them. But what if I told you, pet ants can offer
something so much more satisfying? Most of you AC Family and long time subscribers
of this channel already understand and are deeply infected hard with ant love, despite
you guys proclaiming not even being “insect” people prior to subscribing to this channel. So AC Family, have a seat, because this is
a video particularly for the newbies curiously wandering into this strange part of Youtube. For you newcomers, what I’m about to show
you today will completely change the way you see ants, and by the end of it all, perhaps
the next time you see an ant, you may just choose to not only not kill it, but appreciate
why millions of us in the world, including myself, have decided to keep ants as pets. Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel and hit the
bell icon. Welcome to the AC Family. Enjoy! First off, to understand why people keep pet
ants, you gotta take a look at how ant keepers start their ant colony. Basically, it all starts with a queen ant. That’s a queen right there in the tube. She is like the seed of your colony. She lays all the eggs and keeps your colony
going. Every worker ant she lays, only lives for
a couple months max, but the queen, she lives for decades. Word has it, that the longest lived queen
ant on record was close to 30 yrs in a German laboratory. So how do you get this queen? Well, there’s a special season in the year
when new queen ants are available to capture. You see, during the spring and summer months,
every species of ant has its own specific period when they execute an incredible annual
event known as a nuptial flight. During this nuptial flight, young virgin queens
and males, both of which are born with wings, emerge from their home birth nests, take to
the air and mate while flying. They make love in the sky. Imagine that! That love is so fantastic that the males die
afterwards as they’d have fulfilled their purpose in life. Then the now pregnant queens drop to the ground,
break off their wings, and seek a hole in the ground to start their ant colonies. Now as the ant keeper it’s our job to try
to find one of these queen ants wandering around in search of a nesting site. Once you’ve caught a queen, the next step
is to place her into a test tube setup. This test tube setup simulates the little
hole in the ground, called a claustral cell, that she would have created in the wild. Now what happens in this test tube claustral
cell is totally miraculous. Sitting quietly in her test tube setup she
begins her epic journey as queen of her future colony. She doesn’t eat as she’s 100% focused on raising
her first generation of her army. She subsists for a month or even longer, on
energy stores in her wing muscles. Her body becomes a self-feeding, soup-making
machine, as she lays eggs, which hatch into larvae, which she then feeds her self-made
soup, drawing from these wing-muscle stores. The larvae then eventually pupate, and finally
become worker ants. These worker ants are her critical final cry
for survival because they must survive to bring her food, and care for her future young. The success of the entire colony relies on
the effective teamwork of this first generation of ants, known as nanitics. The nanitics are pioneers on a mission, and
are just incredible to watch! They break out of the claustral cell, search
for food, and bring it all home for their single, widowed, and starving mother. So you see? This is better than having a dog or cat or
horse. Ant keepers are witnessing real life ant drama
in a test tube! Now, to all you people who’ve said you’ve
killed an ant before, how does it feel knowing you may have destroyed a single, widowed mother’s
last chance at survival? Haha! So at this stage, things get even more intense,
not just for the ants, but for the ant keeper. Now you have a queen with her nanitics, who
are needing food and space, and this is where the ant keeper gets to play the role of God,
admittedly, another attractive aspect about ant keeping. Me, personally, I’m a benevolent god, and
truth is most of us ant keepers are, so as soon as these nanitics arrive I move them
from a test tube to a full out ant farm, like this. So this section here is the nest part known
as a formicarium, which simulates their inner nest, which I can peek into at will, and this
container section, called an outworld, acts as their outside world. So I as their Lord must give them food, and
I place it into the outworld. The nanitics come and find the food, grab
a bite to eat, then make their way back to the nest, through these cool tubes, leaving
a pheromone trail on its way back, and tell the rest of the nanitics that it hit the jackpot,
and to follow the trail it left to the bounty. Now, guys, here’s another reason why ants
are so fun to observe! You literally get to see from a God’s eye
view, their social media. Yes, ants have social media! Not using internet, but using pheromones,
biochemicals produced by their body. An ant can leave a pheromone in an area with
a specific message, like “Here is food!”, and it’s kind of like posting a tweet! Any ants coming into the area and smelling
the pheromone has the choice to retweet the message, and this continues on an on until
all members of an ant colony are made aware of the original message, even from far away. This is how when you’re eating on a picnic,
it only takes one ant to discover your sandwich before a whole line of ants come marching
in to grab a bite of your goods! In ant keeping you can literally watch messages
make its way back to the colony in the nest, and visibly see the excitement of the ants
that clearly go “Whooopie!” as they dash out to go eat. It’s so fun to watch news spread within an
ant colony. All messages, including messages of danger
or intruder alert spread in the same way! Messages are always traveling through the
members of an ant colony at all times, and the bigger the ant colony the quicker these
messages travel, simply because there are more members to retweet the messages, and
messages trend! Now as you give more food, the colony grows
larger and larger, the queen lays more eggs, and soon, you end up with a massive army of
millions of ants, that you’ve grown from just a queen, kind of like this. In a year or two, the ant keeper now is the
owner of a massive ant city which he/she must not only feed, but also cleanup after. They leave all their garbage at a garbage
site in their outworld which you must clean up regularly, as well as their dead at a grave
site. They establish bathroom areas in their nest
which also need regular cleaning. Ants are quite clean and systematic, and need
to be to survive. If you’re like me, you can get around cleaning
duties by keeping the ants in bioactive vivariums so little critters and lifeforms like springtails
can do the cleaning up themselves, as they would in the wild. As the colony evolves, in some species of
ants, there start to appear specialized workers like really huge supermajors which specialize
in cutting things up, and really tiny minors which are excellent at handling babies. It’s a tiny society, housed within the space
of a table top. Another thing that makes ant keeping so much
more interesting is that there literally thousands of ant species, shapes, colours, and lifestyles
to choose from! Check it out! Have a look at these turtle ants, with these
huge disc-shaped heads which are used to plug the entrances to their nests. Imagine having a door as a face? And check out these dracula ants. These scary-looking ants suck the blood of
their own young by making tiny incisions in their skin, which heal after the adults feed. The adult workers fatten their young with
food so they can produce the blood needed to feed the workers. Mother Nature can be so dark! And check out these leaf-cutter ants, which
cut up leaves from plants to carry back to the nest which they use to fertilize their
expansive fungus gardens, which they feed from. They don’t eat the plant pieces, just the
fungus. They are farmers, and have been millions of
years before humans ever existed. Look at these Pheidole ants, which stroke
colonies of mealybugs until they excrete a sweet bi-product called honeydew. Yes, ants have also been tending and milking
ant cows for millions of years! And some of my favourites, the famous Weaver
Ants, which use their young’s silk to glue massive leaf basket nests together in the
trees. The transpiration occurring through the leaves
acts as a natural humidifier within their treetop, hanging fortresses! Mind-blowing stuff right? But that’s just the tip of the iceberg! There’s more! What’s most incredible is their efficiency. Regardless of how big an ant colony is, every
ant gets fed, no baby starves, they erect massive structures over night, they keep their
living quarters clean, they communicate effectively, and work in perfect synergy. But it requires we humans to keep up with
them! It’s not just a one way relationship. The ants depend on us! The ant colony as a growing functioning city
demands that the ant keeper keeps up with his/her duties, of constantly providing clean
water, food, clean up, ensure temperature and humidity is just right, and protect the
ants from plagues like mites and fungi, and earthquakes, by not shaking the ant farm for
no reason. Which brings me to the final reason, ant keepers
like myself love to keep ants. Here on the channel we have a term called
Ant Love. It’s something that describes that feeling
I’m about to describe now. Ant keeping taps into that very deep desire
in us humans to care for life. We ant keepers are not caring for just a dog,
a cat, or a horse, but an entire nation of individual lives, that give us nothing back
but the sole gratification of knowing we are helping them live out their best lives. This to me is the most important reason for
keeping pet ants, because imagine the young person who masters caring for a little ant
population. Wouldn’t you trust them as adults to care
for our human population? Ant keeping enriches ones worldview, and sets
up the stage for the culturing of future government leaders, engineers, architects, farmers, doctors,
lawyers, all career fields which require some skill set applied in ant keeping in some way,
shape, or form. It’s an understatement to say that ant keeping
has changed my life. I’ve been ant keeping for several decades
of my life now, and it’s opened me up to an incredible world of discovery! This ant Youtube channel here, with one of
the most exceptional communities on Youtube, has almost 3 million ant-loving subscribers. Today I’m the owner of millions of ants of
many species, and I’ve even ended up making ant keeping a business, along with a great
team of ant lovers, and an online shop that sells ant keeping supplies and ant farms worldwide. Now remember the original ant farm by Milton
Levine? Ready to hear how many have been sold? You may be surprised to know that Uncle Milton
Industries Inc, the company of the late Milton Levine, who is now lauded as the godfather
of ant keeping, has actually gone on to sell over 20 million ant farms globally at the
time of his death. Perhaps now you can see what Milton saw to
be so magnificent and relevant in the ant back in the 1950’s. Ants are us. And so the next time you see an ant, instead
of killing it, maybe just maybe you might consider keeping it as a pet. It’s ant love forever! AC Family, did you enjoy today’s episode? It was a little different this week, but I
felt we needed a video to help promote the ant keeping hobby a bit more, which was the
original dream and purpose for starting this channel in the first place. Special thanks to biologist and nature photographer
Alex Wild for allowing us to use his incredible ant photographs for this video. He is my favourite ant photographer and friend,
so check him out at Alexanderwild.com and order some brilliant, high quality prints
of his ants and other insects from his gallery. There is still much more ahead in the Antiverse,
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flight season in the Northern Hemisphere, and a lot of you are catching queen ants now,
and in case you didn’t know, we’ve got all the top of the line ant keeping gear for you
ant keepers at all levels from beginner to advanced, as well as a tonne of new and exciting
products for the ant keeping community not available anywhere else, so head on over to
AntsCanada.com, and browse through our shop. We ship worldwide, and offer full email support
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catch up on all your AntsCanada Lore, feel free to binge watch this complete story line
playlist here, which traces the origins of all the ant colonies of the ant room, so you
can follow their stories and better appreciate how these ant kingdoms came to be, and why
we love them so much! AC Inner Colony, I have left a hidden cookie
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with footage of ants and other creatures to the sounds of relaxing music. Go explore and enjoy nature shot in 4K! And now it’s time for the AC Question of the
Week! Last week we asked: What were the Rhino Beetles competing for
in these Rhino Beetle Games? Congratulations to John McCabe who correctly
answered: The Rhino Beetle Games were for the rights
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Box Fort ZOMBIES Nerf War Z – ZOMBIES On A PLANE ESCAPE! (Papa Jake)


well now they’re all over the house we
gotta move fast just like that you bring the 200 on
board alright gonna pull up the hatch so you can take off oh no Logan we got
zombies native South African penguin travels over five thousand miles to an
ice village known that’s cute the Penguins make home and stay here
laughing oh I like that 50/50 flute Jake Jake have you seen the
news the news about the pizza strike I know I saw it
it’s so sad no cheek not the news about the pizza the news that the Baron
released the zombie buyers 2.0 you released the zombie virus to point out guys if what Logan’s saying is true the
Baron has successfully released his most powerful zombie virus it’s true it’s all
over the news just regular zombies Logan we’re talking mega zombie x’ big zombies
knowing the Baron he’ll be releasing it right next to our house which means we
could have zombies in this house his biggest target is you which means we
have to do something crazy to get rid of it okay well guys because Papa Jake is
the smartest person on earth I’ve been compared on Stine once or twice very
true I in my infinite wisdom created a back-up plan for if the Baron did in
fact ever release the zombie virus 2.0 what what do you mean a back-up plan
looks like a normal door right the tapir and Jake we all know April okay I’m
getting to the point here I installed something in case the zombie virus ever
came back check this out what what’s in the safe not what’s in
the safe Logan what’s behind the wall yeah when did you have the time for this
I worked out of mostly in the morning while you’re sleeping used a lot of your
credit card to fund it but no but but Logan this is important we needed a
secret bunker in case the zombie virus came back so as this is our zombie
defense worker now it is a work in progress everything’s kind of all over
the place didn’t have a lot of time to set it up we’re still gonna be working
on it and upgrading it but as of right now we are in a critical emergency if
the bear and zombies breached this house we need to get out of here and all of
our supplies including blasters attachments ammo clothing rations all of
it is in here good for you for building this place but what are we gonna do
about the Baron well Logan a great man once said sometimes to win you have to
run and as of right now if those zombies are coming here we need to run Jake I
don’t think anyone’s ever said that it’s not important right now looking you’ve
got bigger fish to fry no no no no this isn’t good yeah zombies breach the house
Jake how many of them I’m counting over 20 Jake how are we gonna get out of this
house we can’t just live in this bunker okay okay guys I have an idea if you
remember in our last video we created a box for a private jet for little
squeegee well I hate to break it to everyone I think a little squeegee might
be a zombie right about now which means he’s not currently using his jet Logan I
say we grab as much blasters as much ammunition as much of everything we can
hold make our way downstairs and convert that private jet into a zombie defense
plane capable of destroying zombies so you’re saying we turn the private jet
into an attack defense plane exactly then we fly out of here and find a place
to lay low until we can figure out how to stop the Baron I think it’s time to
gear up dude what are you wearing what what
what’s wrong with this Logan the point of this armor is to have really cool
stuff look what I’m dressed in plus the fazham
bee attacks doing that your good is gone but but I was really cozy all right
Logan’s ready take on some zombies it’s time for part two of my plan we need to
make it downstairs to the plane and geared up with blasters we can turn it
into a zombie defense plan which means we need to choose our blasters put them
inside our protective case and get through downstairs and ready to assemble
without getting eaten by zombies which means Logan you’re gonna be in charge of
carrying the box I’ll defend you as we make our way down we’ll make our way
downstairs what’s with the plainest there’s already
zombies in the house so be careful I know you’re gonna have to hold the belt
over you okay let’s move flesh that’s off keep it going
another all over the house we got any fast I think we clear them out I move ahead
and see if I can see any zombies it’s not moving okay
you almost made it downstairs hey guys were you able to make it downstairs
towards where the plane is there she is Logan the old private jet
now all I need to do guys is upgrade this jet so that we can turn it into a
zombie defense plant add some upgrades to it get the power back on hopefully
this thing can take off and take out some zombies no more coming he’s down
Jake there’s another one oh nice shot dude thanks wait to get
here another one I got this that was a lucky shot well not only for cleared out
the zombies from down here guys we need to convert this plane into a zombie
defense play I said we grab all of our gear grab some tape and start upgrading
this thing and making it awesome so check this out we just went ahead and
upgraded the entire plane to be a zombie defense plane and it’s looking pretty
sweet see I think these zombies are gonna be scared of this when they see
this we open up the hatch here welcome to the zombie defense play we’ve
got side mounted turrets such as this bad boy over here to rip through zombies
and the main thing about this guys that we wanted to make sure that we could
shoot out of any angle so for example the back of the plane has its own turret
over here we’ve got a mounted shotgun on the wall in case the zombie gets inside
we’ve got a very large-scale sniper rifle which we can shoot out at any
angle we need to and then over here on the side we’ve got the shooting port
which flaps down like this so we can take our blasters and shoot
any additional zombies that come at the plane we’ve also got an additional
turret here but that’s not all we got check out the
cockpit so if you guys haven’t seen our private jet before this is a fully
flyable box sport plane which means it’s got its very own cockpit to the cockpit
we go and check this out guys so this is the planes cockpit it’s got everything
we need to take off we got our monitors up here we also have the engine start
over here and most importantly the plane has a front turret so if you look at the
camera system here you can actually see outside of the plane at the front and if
we pull the button down it starts shooting now that we checked out the
cockpit you guys need to check out the doom buggy oh yeah
so we don’t exactly know where we’re gonna take the plane yet to survive the
zombie apocalypse but wherever we go we’re gonna need a mode of
transportation which is why we converted the back into a ramp that we can drive
our dune buggy into so this ramp falls down and then we’re able to drive our
dune buggy into the back of the plane and you take it wherever just like that we bring the dune buggy
on board then the ramp comes up we can load any supplies ammunition anything
like that into the plane and then take off easily all right gonna pull up the
hatch so you can take off Oh No Logan we got zombies get the door shut
we can’t take off the do zombies we’re gonna have to take them up first I take
the door shut all right take your defensive position guys we’re not gonna
be able to take the plane off until we get rid of these zombies we’re gonna
have to defend the plane first firing up the turret alright to care of that one
Logan we have some on the right side of the plank you got the flavor I think it’s got a kick on it gonna get
the machine gun fire there’s so many of them Jake we need to get this plane off
the ground put a we got one at the back door I got an idea hold on new zombie got him
okay let’s get this hatch closed Ryan hatches closed we have to take off okay
if we have a little bit of a window here let’s give her the cockpit right now
let’s start taking off okay get into your seat starting up the ship’s engine
okay okay four colors ready one two three are online man we need to get out
of here guys before the zombies start getting really bad we need to find a
place to lay low so we can figure out how to stop the zombie virus yep what we
need to check this turret first okay checking the system hope we go zombie
because I’ll be running from the aircraft all right firing up the front
turret this should be a little loud all right I think we’re good to go
company’s looking good in the back back to back hatches closed
all right well all we have is the supplies in this aircraft get ready for
takeoff takeoff position engines forward all right steady pace we have liftoff
things a little turbulent here fuel levels are good everything is good to go
all right good all right I’m gonna put all the engines to maximum power if we
need to get out of the city and fast we’re gonna take this plane as far away
from the city as we can and find out a place to lay low wherever we’re going
though guys if we do happen to run into trader Joe we’re gonna need as many
likes on this video as possible so you smash that like button and if you don’t
want to miss our zombie adventures hit the subscribe button we’re in for a bit
of a rough ride we’ll see you guys next time

3 Best Home Remedies For CHRONIC BRONCHITIS TREATMENT – Lung Infection

3 Best Home Remedies For CHRONIC BRONCHITIS TREATMENT – Lung Infection


Hello and welcome. In this video we are going
to show you home remedies for bronchitis. Bronchitis is the inflammation of the mucus
membrane within the lungs. Having difficulty in breathing, hoarseness,
pain in chest and loss of appetite are common symptoms of Bronchitis. Smoking, working in a stuffy atmosphere and
hereditary factors are amongst the causes, Take half a teaspoon of turmeric powder and
ad it to half a cup of milk. Stir it well and have it 2-3 times daily on empty stomach. Take a cup of tea, add half a teaspoon of
cloves powder, add half a teaspoon of ginger powder, add half a teaspoon of pepper and
add some honey to it. Stir it well and drink this thrice a day. Take the powder of seven almonds that have
been soaked overnight. Add a cup of lemon juice. You could also use orange juice. Drink
this once daily at night. Hope these remedies help you. Stay healthy
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BOX FORT ZOMBIE BASE Vs ZOMBIE HORDE!! 📦😱 The Walking Dead Box Fort!


oh that shot that was a close call
alright guys I got the fire started this place is a mess the rain broke down the
fence we had a walker get in you almost got me
thankfully Logan took care of him but we’re not gonna survive much longer we
need to repair this fence repair the base add-on I’m gonna need to get more
weapons we gotta start building hey yo what’s going on guys is Papa Jake here
from T with me and we are back with a brand new video and today guys its
episode 2 of zombie week that’s right the most requested week of all time we
are back and if you guys didn’t check out last episode you definitely need to
go check that out oh we are back in our survival phase and we had a little bit
of a problem alright we’ve had one of the hardest challenges ever to survive
in the history of our 24-hour challenges in our weekly themed box for us we’ve
had to survive the cold the rain zombies and stops gone wrong lots of stuffs gone
wrong we’ve had lots of zombies but we’ve also had lots of rain so as you
guys can see the fence that we had in the last episode is almost completely
fallen over also our base is taking a ton of rain damage we only have the
clothes that we found from our first loop act that we picked up when we were
traveling through the woods so even these are kind of all soaked I’m cold
it’s wet but we got to survive guys so in this episode we’re gonna start by
recreating the base we’re gonna reinforce the wall and get that set back
up we’re gonna redo the council and make sure it’s rain proof from the start and
we’re also gonna work on a medical bed time to start building all right guys so just finished putting
up this kind of protective tarp over our actual main box for a base so if you
look here we actually had to take off the roof because it was all wet and
completely destroyed but the inside stayed pretty dry and pretty well
together with all the lighting and all the different work that we did we’re
gonna redo the roof on top of the box for it as well it’s kind of attach it to
this tarp so if it does rain will be completely okay inside there and we’ll
be able to survive no problem next up we got to start working on the walls we’re
gonna have to reinforce all of the walls along here and we also have to go ahead
and make a medbay because guys out here things can get dangerous there are
walkers there’s fire there’s the cold and of course the hunger so we’re gonna
need to make a medbay for us to survive the only problem is right now guys is
we’ve been hearing a lot more walkers in the distance and the sound is getting
louder I don’t want to say anything to Logan but I think a horde is making its
way over here and if a horde does come we got to be able to prepare ourselves
so we’re definitely gonna need to go on another scavenging mission and find some
food as well as supplies maybe some extra weapons between the rain and the
cold we finally got the Ford redone check this out it is looking super cool
we got the fire going over there keeping us warm and of course the brand new
headquarters is looking great it’s still like the old headquarters and still got
all the electricity and everything’s running inside but we redid the roof as
well as the front door and we added this rain proof roof which is awesome yeah
the new base is looking good but Jake now we got to work on our fence because
if walkers come there’s no way they’re gonna get stopped by this I agree man
let’s start building so we just finished up reinforcing the wall we got tons of
thick cardboard now we built it up we added some wood for reinforcement but
all around this wall is looking beasty so with the wall completely reinforced
and our main base looking perfect to survive in it’s now time to get on to
another important part of the survival base we need a medical bed in case
anything happens whether it is we’re getting an attack with a walker or we
fall down and hurt ourselves we need a place to go and get treated we’re
definitely gonna need to go and scavenge for medical supplies but luckily we had
some in our crate as well as some that I found in the abandoned house that we
went to so now we’re gonna prepare the medical Bay once that’s done I think
it’s time to go out on a scavenging mission because we’re low on food
we’re also low on weapons and I hear a massive hoard in the distance I think the wind picked up and almost blew our
fort completely out of the way we got to make reinforcements fast so we just
finished the roof on the medical Bay all right now he’s gonna light it and bring
all our medical supplies in check it out welcome to the Med Bay this place is
awesome we’ve got the entire Med Bay done up now
so we have a bed here which you can lay down on if you’re sick we also have a
bunch of really cool medical supplies that we found in the abandoned house we
got a full package full of goodies this thing is full of all sorts of stuff
things to close up wounds we even have things like glow sticks and medical
water in here pretty much if anything happens to you we got the medical
supplies to handle it yeah guys and that’s super important when we’re gonna
be surviving out here we have zombies but we also have the cold the hunger and
just general scrapes and scratches that can happen so now that the medical Bay
is done we’re going on to the next and most important thing that we need I took
this journal and from the abandoned house we found in last episode and in it
it’s got some pretty interesting mapping it shows an abandoned food factory not
too far from here it’s a bit of a walk through the woods which is fairly scary
considering the woods are crawling with walkers and zombies but I think if we
gear up and we move out now if we’re quiet we stay together we should be able
to get in there and loot some food all right let’s grab our bags and head out
we gotta get supplies I can hear some walkers in the distance but it looks
like after that horde walk through the walkers kind of died down haven’t heard
much activity from them if we travel through here not too far past the woods
there should be an abandoned factory up ahead the map says it’s closed down but
with our luck there should be some food left over from the scrap yeah Jake I’m
getting really hungry all right stay close I can still hear some Walker’s in
the distance but let’s get moving don’t you say Walker no he’s not a
Walker what’s your name it’s Kirk are you doing
here got split up my from my camp couple miles back me and the whole crew what do
you know about what’s going on just a lot of dead people walking everywhere
yeah we’re heading up that way we’ve been looking for some food no no don’t
go that way don’t go that way whole place is infested I got something
great here you guys got camp or anything like that setup we got a camp a few
miles back you said you got food yeah tons you got enough food for all of us
yeah I’d say I got enough food three of us said the whole place is infested up
there it’s crazy things crawling give us a second look
look I don’t know about this look what’s a little banged up what’s
this a doesn’t just steal our food and leave course less friends know about
where we’re surviving John I think he looks pretty genuine honestly I don’t
think it’s gonna be a problem plus she has food and we need food and I misread
what he says about the factory’s true I’m not gonna make it too far this he’s
got an extra weapon as well I say we bring him back to camp we keep an eye
out if anything happens then let him go sounds like a plan all right Kirk so you
got in a bit of a tussle back there take me bites and scratched from the walkers
no I’m clean nothing you got enough food for all of us I’ll bring you back to
base camp but if anything happens fiving your crack in the woods like you’re
drawing your crew back to us or getting rid of you quick no man none of that
let’s get out here those weapons should be coming any minute I pack up your
supplies well you take this to a bad you lead the way we got to get up here it’s
fairly secure we just reinforced the entire area looks real nice better than
place I got back home yeah we got a med bay as well as the main tent here you’re
welcome to any of our supplies we’re gonna need that food though we’re
starving you all right yeah no I’ll be fine Oh No
welcome to water boil yeah I’m to the Med Bay right now give me the baby
Kurt all right come on what got this in there well you grab his bag put on the side
we’re gonna need to see what’s going on see something with my arm no it’s a
fight it’s a fight he got bitch you tell us who’s Matt Logan I’m not bad I’m not
bit was this mean is he infected in the event of a bite apply pressure to the
wound with padding found in the supplied bite kit until proper medical
supervision care okay whatever whatever if the wounded individual expires after
being bitten vacate the premises immediately
he might be affected we can try and treat us hold on I’ve got a bite get
here okay stay calm you’re all right I just gonna sting a little
it’s all right I’m fine I’m fine I think I’m gonna be okay don’t worry we’re not
fine we’ve got to treat this will you pass the med kit I’ve seen worse than
this don’t worry about it Logan if he turns don’t be too late
gonna be okay we’re gonna fix you up though I’m good you’re not good we need
to treat this now let’s get this wrapped up it’s gonna be okay Kirk we got you
bandaged up we’re gonna take care of you buddy oh you don’t know that that’s why
we shouldn’t have brought him back here we disinfected the wound Kirk I need you
look in here I check out stable for now we’re gonna have to keep an eye on it
well have you sleeping the med bay tonight oh no mr. Falls is back from the
camp sit down sit down no I can fight I can fight I’m sure oh
I’ve done this one too many times jeez that was close
he almost breached the fence good job out that guy how you feeling it’s nice
happens to support this done all right look I think after all that we need some
rest Kirk I think you should sleep in the
medical Bay tonight at least up we can monitor you Kirk more thing Hey
if you need anything we’ll be out here for the night there’s food and rations
in there let’s get some shut-eye this time the gun look we’re gonna have
to monitor his wound I don’t know what’s gonna happen to him we don’t know the
extent of this virus or how it spreads it’s been a long day those clothes that have been any closer
Logan I would have been dead but worse one of them no I’m done
little guy I can’t do this anymore all right almost died in there
between this the zombies the cold but Jake what other choices do we have Logan
if it’s between staying out here and waiting to get killed point out that our
defeating the Baron I said we take our chances I said we put an end to this we
don’t want to just wait around Logan until the walker busts through that gate
and gets us so what will it be guys do we stay here and hunker down on the base
or do we go out into the woods and find and defeat the Baron put a hash tag you
guys wants to go out and defeat him or put a hash tag baby he wants to stay
here and bunker down in episode three of zombie week we’ll see you guys next time you

Bed Bug Dogs | How to Treat Bed Bugs with Bed Bud Dogs | Human Planet

Bed Bug Dogs | How to Treat Bed Bugs with Bed Bud Dogs | Human Planet


Londoner Carol Anderson has these
unwanted house guests you got any bites on you at the moment? yeah the bites that you had all around here where do you think they are in your room down the side of the bed, that’s what I meant, and crawling up the walls. Irritating parasites which only come out at night right come on then, Inidigo, hop up that’s it then, goodnight, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite, let’s hope not Bed Bugs are insect vampires attracted to carbon
dioxide heat and body odors. They like clean, warm houses Their only food is human blood. The sheer numbers… is quite daunting really, They literally were streaming up the wall up to the ceiling just full of blood, so they’d obviously all just been feeding first thing in the morning I woke up and
looked up it was horrible, it really was horrible. carol calls in the best bed bug detector
in the business Charlie the Chocolate Labrador ably assisted by his handler, Adam right well, the sofa seems to be the worst affected, got lots of bugs in here Charlie’s nose is forty four times
more sensitive than ours he can literally sniff out the bedbugs if they’re present he’s trained to sit down good boy Charlie. It’s all Adam needs to know bed bugs are on the increase hitchhiking
as we travel from city to city often infesting furniture like carols
sofa I do resent them but I quite admire them aswell, they are actually amazing which makes it even creepier, you know, because that’s what I’m up against but with Adam’s spray and Charlie’s nose the bugs here have met their match This is one urban intruder nobody wants to live with

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in 4 Easy Steps

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs in 4 Easy Steps


Hi, this is Josh with Bed Bug Supply
and today I want to show you how you can get rid of bed bugs
in just 4 easy steps. This is a proven, professional-strength treatment
process that stops the biting from the very first
night. Let’s get started. First, you need to stop bed bugs from reaching you in your bed.
Your mattress, box spring, and bed frame are the most common hiding places for bed
bugs so it’s the best place for you to start your
treatment. Begin by stripping off your bedding
from the mattress and bagging them in sealed garbage bags
to prevent bed bugs from escaping and infesting other parts of your home.
Take the bags directly to your washing machine, carefully unload your bedding directly inside,
taking care to reseal the bags, and wash using the hot water setting.
Once that’s done, dry the bedding on the high heat setting if possible.
This will kill any bed bugs and eggs hiding in your sheets and covers.
While your laundry cycle is running, remove your mattress and box spring
from the bed frame, then use a vacuum to remove
any bed bugs, shells, fecal droppings, or eggs that may be present
along the seams and folds of your bed. While you could use most regular
vacuums for this step, the preferred weapon of choice
is a sealed HEPA PCO vacuum. These are designed specifically
to collect bed bugs and their eggs into a sealed HEPA filter
so that nothing gets out. After you’re done going over
the bed with a vacuum, you should follow up with a steamer.
While the vacuum may have done a good job covering the surfaces
of your bed, only a steamer can effectively
penetrate deep inside your mattress, box spring, bed frame,
headboard, and footboard to kill bed bugs and eggs hiding inside.
Use the included cloth attachment to break up the moisture expelled
and steam slowly all over your bed, paying close attention to seams and folds. Once your bed has been steamed and left to dry,
spray the joints of the bed frame, headboard, and footboard
with a contact spray like STERI-FAB. This will kill bed bugs quickly
and then evaporate, leaving no residual protection,
so follow up with a residual spray to fill those cracks and crevices
with a residue that will kill bed bugs for several weeks.
After your bed has been fully treated and left to dry,
use sealed and certified bed bug proof mattress encasements
and box spring encasements, like these SafeRests,
to protect and seal off your bed. These will prevent bed bugs
from entering or escaping your mattress, reducing the potential hiding places
that they can reside in. Once your encasements have been applied,
you can put the mattress and box spring back on your treated bed frame,
and put your clean and bed bug free bedding back on your bed. In step 1, you treated your bed inside and out and made sure
that bed bugs stay out of your mattress. However, bed bugs aren’t just
hiding in your bed. They’re also likely in your furniture,
your closet, even your walls or floors – anywhere close enough for them
to detect the carbon dioxide and body heat that you emit in your sleep.
So the second step is to stop any bed bugs from climbing back into your
bed looking for a meal.
Let’s start by isolating our bed from other points of contact.
Bed bugs can’t jump or fly, so they have to crawl up something to reach
you. If your bed has hanging skirts,
let’s tuck those in or remove them. You should also remove any unnecessary
pillows, and any storage underneath the bed. And don’t forget to move your bed
away from the wall. Now that you’ve isolated the bed,
the only way bed bugs can reach you while you sleep
is by climbing up the legs. You can stop them by placing
ClimbUp Interceptors under each leg. As bed bugs attempt to get to you,
they will climb up the edge of the Interceptor and then fall
into this pitfall where they can’t escape. With these traps in place,
you can stop bed bugs from reaching you in your bed and monitor their population
over time without being bitten. This is a critical part of the treatment,
as you’re cutting off the infestation’s food supply
and inhibiting their reproduction and growth. Treating, encasing, isolating, and intercepting
your bed does two important things: it creates a safe haven for you
that bed bugs can’t reach, and it allows you to act as a lure
to bring bed bugs out from their hiding places and into the sprays and powders
that will be applied in step 4. Now that the bed is secure,
you can move on to the common bed bug hiding places.
Bed bugs are also found in your clothes, your furniture, walls, and floors.
In this third step, we’re going to hit the bugs where they’re hiding. First, remove any unnecessary clutter in the room.
Things like clothes, shoes, and books give bed bugs a place to hide
and makes treatment harder. Launder what you can in a dryer
for at least 45 minutes using high heat settings, if possible. Many personal belongings can’t be laundered or steamed,
like books, papers, luggage, shoes, and dry-clean only clothing.
These can be treated with a portable bed bug heater, like this ZappBug.
This heater will deliver lethal heat without damaging its contents.
Treat deep cracks and crevices along your baseboards, window sills,
and furniture with a vacuum cleaner, then again with a high pressure steamer.
Our bed bug steamers deliver steam that’s over 180 degrees, enough to kill bed
bugs and their eggs instantly.
Many of them, like this Vapamore, even have a steam adjustment knob
that allows you to control the flow of your steam:
low power for direct surface steaming or high power for deep penetration
into walls and upholstered furniture. Remember to move the nozzle slowly,
no more than about 1 inch per second, to ensure that all bed bugs
are adequately exposed to the heat. By now, you’ve covered most of the room
with various treatment methods. Now you just need to hit the bed bugs
that you may have missed previously and set up a long-lasting defense
to ensure that the infestation is finished off.
For our final step, you are going to use a combination
of contact and residual sprays as well as a residual powder.
First up are the contact sprays. These will kill bed bugs quickly
but offer no long-lasting protection. With that in mind, you want to make
sure that you hit bed bugs where they’re hiding, so spray
along baseboards, below drawers, behind nightstands, and on
the cushions of upholstered furniture like sofas and chairs.
Resist the temptation to spray all over the place.
Bed bugs don’t tend to hang around in open areas when they’re not feeding,
so this won’t do you any good. Instead, focus your spray on tight spaces
throughout your room that bed bugs are likely to be hiding in.
Next are the residual sprays. Residuals won’t kill as quickly
as the contact sprays did, but they will be effective for much longer.
Spray into cracks and crevices throughout the room,
like in the corners of upholstered furniture, along baseboards, and along
the edges of the carpet. Lastly, you want to use a residual powder
for places that you couldn’t use your sprays. Using a professional powder applicator,
you can apply powder into deep cracks and crevices throughout the room,
such as under appliances, in door frames, and along cracks where the wall meets the
floor. You can also puff some powder
behind the faceplates of electrical outlets and light switches.
To prevent any surviving bed bugs or eggs from repopulating the area,
you’ll want to reapply your contact and residual sprays
about two weeks after the initial treatment, then again two weeks after that,
for a total of three applications. For the sake of convenience,
we offer pre-packaged bed bug kits containing all the sprays and powders
that you’ll need, along with a professional powder applicator,
just like you see here. Regardless of what products you use,
remember to always follow the product label and MSDS
for safe and effective usage. If you followed all 4 steps,
including the follow-up treatments in the last step,
you’ll be bed bug free now. To avoid future infestations,
keep your bed encased, isolated, and intercepted, and use your
portable heater to treat luggage after coming home from trips.
The best part about this process is that you own all of the items used
once the treatment is done. This ensures that you have all
the prevention tools that you’ll need to keep bed bugs away for good.
All of the products that you need for this treatment process are
available at BedBugSupply.com. We offer low prices, free shipping,
and expert support online or over the phone.
If you have any questions, you can reach us via live chat at BedBugSupply.com
or toll-free 7 days a week at 866-238-9868.
Again, this is Josh at BedBugSupply.com.

How To Check For Termites – DIY At Bunnings

How To Check For Termites – DIY At Bunnings


I’ve just pulled off the last plaster sheet
here and come across a really massive problem. Could be termites, could be borer. Pinprick
holes and dust, very obviously. And this stud, it’s all dusty and broken. This is a bit that’s
just peeled off it. That was hardwood once upon a time, and it’s like fairy floss now. As you can see, these studs here, totally
strong. This one, chock is full of the little wood chomping varmints. So what you need to
do is discover where their nest actually comes from. That could possibly be in any structural
part of this house, which is going to make the frame or the roof a very, very dangerous
area. So make sure you get professionals in to find out where they originated fro

ePestSolutions: How to use Advance Termite Bait Stations

ePestSolutions: How to use Advance Termite Bait Stations


Hi, I am Jeff with ePest Solutions. Today we are talking about the Advance Termite
Baiting System. And this is what a termite bait station consists
of. The components that are on the table in front
of me are what go inside here. This is a termite monitoring base, this is
a light wood. It is designed so when contacted with soil
and moisture through these grooves in the side of the station, it’s designed to rot
and attract termites that are right in that area to the station. This is a compressed cellulose tablet, this
is a termite inspection cartridge. There are three tablets in here, they look
like hockey pucks. It’s highly compressed cellulose so the termites
are going to get on the wood then they are going to find the cellulose, they are going
to colonize that. There is a little spider tool that comes with
this that helps for easy removal of the cap. This fits in these grooves, turn, the cap
comes off. You want to look through the holes on the
inspection cartridge and if you see mud tubes that are inside that, then that is going to
be a station that is colonized by termites. You’re going to want to pull the inspection
cartridge out, and then there will be another cartridge that looks just like it. It’s got an active ingredient, it’s a termite
bait that goes into the station and the lid gets put on there and then you need to inspect
that fairly often. Let me just first premise this by saying before
you found termites, you have been inspecting these every 30 – 60 days at minimum. Once you find termites you need to inspect
every couple weeks to make sure that the bait doesn’t get depleted while the termites are
still active. So you need to keep fresh bait in the stations
until the colony is eliminated. As far as placing these around the structure
that you are trying to prevent termites, you want to go every 10 – 12 feet around the structure
and you want to be roughly 2 -3 feet at a maximum away from the structure’s perimeter. And these things also need to be inspected
every 30 – 60 days. But very effective tools in termite prevention
as well as eradication. We always have these in stock. They come either individually or in cases
of 10; discounts for ordering more. It is always free shipping. Order today; it will go out today. Order tonight; it will go out first thing
tomorrow.

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Control: Keeping Stink Bugs Out of Your House

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Control: Keeping Stink Bugs Out of Your House


(jazzy music) – Brown marmorated stinkbugs. They’ve been punishing our plants, they’ve been vandalizing our
vegetables, and guess what? The horde is on my sunflowers, pretty soon these guys
are coming in my house. Hi, I’m the Bug Guy here for University of Maryland Extension. Today I’m gonna talk about E squared, the exclusion and execution of stinkbugs in and around your house. Let’s go see how these
guys are getting in. These stinkbugs are diabolically
clever at getting inside. I know this screen is in good shape, I bet there’s something wrong
with my weather stripping. Even the smallest crack is
gonna let these rascals in. Let’s see what’s up. Ah, it’s just as I thought,
this weather stripping has slipped down, I’m gonna push that up. That looks nice and tight,
that’ll keep those rascals out. These soffit vents are too
small to let stinkbugs in, but hey, look at this crack, that’s giant. Stinkbugs are gonna get in there, I’m gonna have to caulk this baby up. Another way these guys get in the house is where utilities pass in and out. Look at this utility box right
here, this is really loose, this is gonna be like a
highway for stinkbugs. But you know what? A little bit of this foam is
gonna keep these guys out. Stinkbugs love the attic. Just look at the size of
the holes in this screen, you could drive a Mack
Truck through there. I’m gonna have to get back up here with window grade screening, put it here, put it on the gable end vents. That’ll help keep the stinkbugs out. Air conditioners, whether
they’re in windows or in walls, can really let in a lot of stinkbugs. There’s a lot of gaps around them, you’ve gotta caulk these things up, get a cover, put it over
the air conditioner, that’ll keep ’em from getting through. The other thing you can
do if you have stinkbugs is buy a stinkbug trap. These traps will really capture
and kill a lot of stinkbugs. We’ve talked about trapping,
we’ve talked about exclusion, let’s see how we’re
gonna execute stinkbugs once they get inside the house. Hey, let’s face it,
you’re gonna get a couple stinkbugs in your house,
but don’t freak out, these guys aren’t gonna breed, they’re not gonna bite you or your kids. Now it’s time to catch these
things and execute ’em. You can make a pretty simple stinkbug trap with a water bottle, you cut off the top, you turn it over, it makes a funnel. Then all you have to do is take it, place it underneath the stinkbugs and the stinkbugs are
gonna fall right in there. Sometimes there are just too many stinkbugs to catch in a bottle. It’d be much easier to simply
get these guys with a vacuum. (vacuum suction) Alright, we got a vacuum
full of stinkbugs. What’re we gonna to with ’em? I’ll show you what not to do first. Dropping ’em down the toilet. You’re gonna waste a
lot of water doing this. I have a more environmentally sound way to execute stinkbugs. (beep, beep, beep, beep) here’s an easy way to
annihilate stinkbugs. Once you got ’em in your little trap, put ’em in a Ziploc bag, seal it up, toss it in the freezer for a couple days, that’ll chill ’em out. And for all those stinkbugs
we caught in the vacuum, we’re gonna see how
well these guys can swim in a bucket of soapy water. Woo, not very well. And for the frozen stinkbugs, I got other plans for these guys. For the little stinkbugs
I caught in my trap, you can either return ’em
to where they came from just drop ’em on the ground, or in this case, I’m gonna
dump ’em in my compost pile. So next time before you come in my house, you better think before you stink. (light jazzy music)