Ichneumon Wasp

Ichneumon Wasp


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Ensign Wasp

Ensign Wasp


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LATEN STEKEN DOOR EEN WESP! Crash Koers 💥🐝

LATEN STEKEN DOOR EEN WESP! Crash Koers 💥🐝


Hi, my name is Defvin This is what you need to do to get stung by a wasp step 1, get some red bull & cups step 2, lure the wasp We lured one, now we’re trying to catch it why are these animals so annoying when you don’t want them, they’re everywhere and when you want them, they’re nowhere. This one is big tho… He just walks in the cup We got him! This is a bigger wasp then normal Maybe it’s a queen wasp or something If you know, write it down in the comment section My heart is pounding, bit tensed But we’re going to do this! thumbs up subscribe to my channel Yes, this is it right? ok going for another one? haven’t been stung for a while, it hurts look at that Hoped you learned something from it. Do not try this this hurts, but it is okay subscribe, see you next time

Ants Go Marching | Nursery Rhymes | By KiiYii! | ABCs and 123s


The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
The little one stops to climb a tree And they all go marching down to the ground
To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching four by four, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching five by five, 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, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching seven by seven, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching eight by eight, 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! 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 say “The End”, And they all go marching down to the ground
To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! [Let’s sing it again] The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah The ants go marching three by three,
The little one stops to climb a tree And they all go marching down to the ground
To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching four by four, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching five by five, 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, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching seven by seven, hurrah, hurrah
The ants go marching eight by eight, 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! 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 say “The End”, And they all go marching down to the ground
To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

我把一只小强送进了3万米的太空!


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

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


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

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. 🙂