Millipede vs Centipede!

Millipede vs Centipede!


– I’m Coyote Peterson, welcome
to the desert millipede versus the desert centipede. (upbeat adventure music) Venturing into the
nighttime desert is not for the faint of heart, as this cactus strewn ecosystem is laced with a plethora
of nocturnal predators. Whether it be
scorpions, spiders, that right there
is a black widow, solpugids, or vinegaroons, these arachnids are
certain to be on the prowl, as they use the
cover of darkness to silently hunt for their prey. Look at that. Does that thing not
look like an alien? All arachnids come
equipped with eight legs, and most are also armed
with a set of fangs or a venom injecting stinger. That is the most venomous
species of scorpion in the United States. And he’s on my hand. All right, this makes
me a little bit nervous. I wanna see if I can get
him to just sit still. However, if eight legs, fangs, and stingers aren’t
enough to scare you, Arizona’s Sonoran
Desert is also home to a subphylum of creatures with even more
legs, the myriapods, which consists of
centipedes and millipedes. At the end of the day, both of these animals do
their best to avoid humans, however, today we are going
to capture one of each so we can get them in
front of the cameras for an up close comparison. First, let’s talk about
the desert millipede. Now, millipede
means thousand feet. And each one of these
little body segments has two pairs of legs on it. Now there’s no way
that I’m going to get underneath this creature
and count its legs, but I can tell you from
it crawling across my arm, that there are a ton of
them tickling me right now. It feels like a bunch of
little tiny pieces of Velcro grabbing onto your arm hairs. Despite the name,
there isn’t actually a species of millipede
on the planet that has a thousand feet. On average they have around 400, with the record being 750, more than any other
animal in the world. These myriapods have
very poor eyesight. They have very
simple eyes up front, so they’re really using these
antenna to help them navigate through the environment. And you’ll see as he dances
up in the air like that, he’s basically looking
for what his next move is going to be. If he can’t feel anything
with those antenna, he’s kinda like, woah, woah, I’ve run out of road here. And until he bumps
into something that he can walk on, he’s just gonna stay
put until he can get those front legs planted. Now, the millipede doesn’t
have many predators, and that’s because
these little myriapods are actually poisonous. They do have glands that run
along the side of their body, and if they are really,
really threatened, they will secrete a
nasty orange fluid. And it absolutely stinks. I actually got it all over
my hands the other night. Now, if you get this
poison on your skin, all you need to do
is wash you hands with soap and water, and you’ll be just fine. Now I’m completely
comfortable with millipedes. They don’t bite. If it doesn’t bite, it
can crawl all over me all that it wants. But the centipede is a
whole different ball game. And we’re gonna get that
guy out in a second, and get a close look at that
venomous little desert dweller. The desert millipede is
virtually harmless to humans. And if you encounter
one in the wild, just admire it from
a safe distance. (breathes out) OK, now we’re
on to the part of the episode that I have been dreading. There is no good way to do this. You just have to plop
him out and go for it. All right, here we go, ready? Oh boy. Now he’s kinda like,
oh, I’m on the ground, and I’m on the move. Desert centipedes can
inflict a very painful and venomous bite, so I stress, never
attempt what I am doing. OK, there we go. Now that I have his
head under control, and more importantly,
those fangs, I feel a lot better
about this situation. Oh, look at how creepy that
little desert creature is. Now, what’s really interesting
is that the centipede means hundred feet. Each species of
centipede varies. There’s no way that this
one has a hundred feet, but as they continue to grow, and their body
segments elongate, they grow more legs. Now one major difference between the centipede and the millipede is that the centipede has
a very flattened body. This allows them to fit
into crevices between rocks, and allows them to
glide very quickly over the surface of the desert. Now, these are
voracious predators. They are out here right
now walking the washes and searching through the
rocks for other animals. They will eat bugs,
they will eat scorpions, they will eat lizards, and the ones that
grow to the size of the giant desert centipede, they will even take rodents. But the bite from a
centipede of even this size is gonna put you into
some incredible pain. That’s why I wanna be
as careful as possible while handling this myriapod. One really interesting
feature about all centipedes is that you see
the back end here? This rump? You have these two modified legs on the back end here which have little hooks in them. And this back end is
pretty much a false head. It’s the same color
as the head is. And these two little modified
feet on the back end here have hooks on them. So, let’s say you’re a predator, and you’re coming, and
you’re like, all right, I’m gonna get him, I’m gonna
bite his head right off. These little modified
feet go up in the air, boom, and you get pricked
with those little spikes, throws you off guard, the
centipede spins around, and that’s when you get a bite
from those venomous fangs. This is not a creature that
is very easy to consume. Centipede venom is not
considered deadly to humans, however, the pain has been
said to keep a full grown man on the ground and in
pain for several hours. Moral of the story, steer
clear of centipedes. I hope everybody
enjoyed this comparison. The desert centipede versus
the desert millipede. Both species are native
to the Sonoran Desert. And I’d suggest avoiding both because the
centipede is venomous and the millipede is poisonous. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you on
the next adventure. Both of these myriapods
play an important role in the ecosystem. And while they may be creepy and have a gazillion legs
as compared to you and me, always try to remember that they’re going to
use each and every one to run in the
opposite direction. If you thought that
comparison was cool, check out the alligator
snapping turtle versus the common
snapping turtle. And don’t forget subscribe
to join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail.

Creepy Clown School Lockdown: Epidemic | Al Dente Creepypasta 16

Creepy Clown School Lockdown: Epidemic | Al Dente Creepypasta 16


I was either stranded in here, ALONE, with this likely predator… Or stranded out there in the middle of a lockdown… Hello, and welcome to Al Dente Creepypasta,
horror stories cooked to perfection with a splash of red sauce My name is CZ and I will
be your server this episode. Morning classes with horrible teachers are
hard enough to get through without an insane clown on the loose in the school. Today’s story takes us through the worst
day of school. Let’s dig right in. “I heard he has a thing going on with that
girl… Gina Wendelvon!” she half-whispered. We were sitting in the back of 2nd period
science as my best friend Lexi spilled the tea on the latest rumors about Mr. Markham,
the history teacher slash volleyball coach who’s been the subject of some pretty messed
up rumors as of late. Lexi: “Leslie Franklin was supposedly upstairs
getting something from her locker after practice one night, and saw Gina coming out from a
“private tutoring session” with Mr. Markham!” “Eww! Why the hell would Gina even want to?” Lexi: “She must REALLY need an A in US History.” “That’s so gross! Eww, eww, eww, no! He’s old.” Lexi: “From what I heard, she wouldn’t
be the first.” What she was telling me was, sadly, probably
true. The rumors about Mr. Markham had swirled into
a frenzy since the winter break incident, when he had supposedly given Kim Ichikawa
a ride home after the last Volleyball practice while her parents were gone. The bell rang. “Do you think it’s true though?” Lexi asked me, as I dropped off my science
textbook in my locker, exchanging it for my US History book. “I don’t know, why don’t you ask him?” I told her mockingly. We both had Mr. Markham next period together. “I bet you could find out Evanna. I think he likes you!” “Eww… No… And once again: Eww!” “He does call on you a lot. Like a lot a lot.” “Nope . Don’t care.” Evanna: “Darn it! Not again!” The locker had snagged a bit of the skirt
I was wearing and it was pinched inside my locker door. Lexi: “Come on, we’re gonna be late!” “You could be like a school hero. Expose him for what he really is and get him
fired!” We were sitting IN Mr. Markham’s class now,
and I didn’t want to have this discussion with him in the room. She was right though. Of the four students that he had “randomly”
called on this lesson, three of them were me. “Lexi, can we please have this discussion
some other–” Mr Markham: “Evanna! You’re not talking during my lecture now
are you?” My heart skipped a beat. Had he overheard us talking about him? Mr Markham: “If you have something to say
about District of Columbia v. Heller, why don’t you share it with the class?” “No, I don’t sir.” He paused and stared at me for a moment before
continuing his lesson. Really? In front of the whole class? He must really be getting cocky. “Thanks a lot…” I muttered to Lexi. Mr Markham: “Evanna! See me after the bell!” The whole class ‘ooed’ at this, and I
rolled my eyes. Great. The last thing I wanted was to be one-on-one
with the biggest creep teacher in the school. When class let out, Lexi told me she’d wait
out for me in the hall. Mr. Markham waited for the whole class to
empty out, then closed the door. I remained at my desk. He didn’t say anything at first. He took his time walking over and sitting
on the desk directly in front of me. He stared at me for a moment, then sighed,
as if he were still contemplating whether or not he was going to punish me. The silence was uncomfortable. Then he went into this rant, about how he
was supposedly concerned with my performance lately, how it was reflected by behaviour
in class. It was all bull. He wouldn’t shut up though. He was going to make me late for my next class
at this point. I saw Lexi waiting outside the door. I wanted to signal her to just go on without
me, but her back was turned. Mr Markham: “This is exactly the kind of
thing I’m talking about! Are you even paying attention?” “I just…” He interrupted me. He started asking me all these questions. Is there something going on with my life? Is there something wrong at home? The passing period ended, but he told me he’d
write me a pass to my next class. Then things started getting really weird. He started asking personal questions. If there’s something else distracting me. If I had a boyfriend. I needed to get out of here. I made up some story about being overwhelmed
by my school work. I don’t know why I thought that would get
him to let me go, but I think it had the opposite effect, so I froze for a moment, then stood
up out of my chair. He gets to his feet as well, with a scary
look in his eyes. Before it could escalate any further, an announcement
comes over the intercom. “Attention! Attention! All classes are hereby suspended into lockdown. ALL classes are hereby suspended into lockdown!” It took probably about 15 seconds for the
reality of the situation to sink in… I was either stranded in here, alone… with
this likely predator… or stranded out there, alone… in the middle of a lockdown. Mr. Markham told me to get against the wall
near the door as he turned off the lights. He came and sat RIGHT next to me on the floor. Uncomfortably so. My head was spinning out of control. That’s when I realized… the door! Nobody had locked the door! I looked to the door and realized, there was
someone standing RIGHT on the other side of it. Not daring to budge or make a sound, I tried
to conceal my breathing, taking slow deep breaths. The footsteps stopped in front of the door. I was shaking. But the room was quiet. *door handle sound* Whoever was standing out there, had tried
to get in. The door was ALREADY locked. I didn’t know if I should be relieved to
safe or outraged that Mr. Markham had LOCKED ME IN to our conversation after class. The intruder continued to stand outside the
door. Then suddenly… *SMASH* The entire room seemed to shake as the guy
threw his body against the door! He tried this a second time before the sound
of a girl screaming could be heard from down the hall. What happened next took the horrors I had
experienced up to that point, and twisted them into something ten times more terrifying. The guy on the other side of the door, started
blowing this clown horn, over and over. The sound drifted away from our door and toward
the screaming girl who continued to shriek and call for help. *screams, clown horn* I looked to Mr. Markham as if to suggest he
should go out there and try to help this girl. He avoided my eye contact. Freaking coward! *big bang* All at once, the screaming and the clown horn
stopped at the sound of a thud. I gasped, because the severity of the situation
had hit me. This wasn’t just another drill, this is
the real thing. What schools all across the country practice
lockdowns for… was this… This person, this intruder with the clown
horn wasn’t just pulling some kind of joke… he was dangerous. My mind went to a dark place: a worst possible
scenario. And it hit me hard. My eyes started to blur with tears. I buried my head in my hands, just trying
to focus on taking deep breaths. THEN I FELT A COLD PAIR OF HANDS ON MY SHOULDERS. …and they started to caress me. That mother****ing pig. He was using this HORRIBLE situation to his
advantage. He was trying to take advantage of me at my
most vulnerable moment. And maybe the worst part was that I was trapped. I couldn’t make even a sound without putting
my own life in danger. At this point, I didn’t care anymore. I didn’t care about the lockdown, the intruder,
any of it. I needed to get out of this room… now! I pulled away from his grip and ran to the
door, leaving him alarmed, but he wasn’t quick enough to stop me, I unlocked it and
slipped out into the empty hallway. I didn’t really have much of a plan, other
than to hide. I looked left. Further down the hall, a girl was lying unconscious
on the floor with a guy in a black and white clown suit standing over her. He didn’t seem to have noticed me. I looked to the right. An empty hallway. Rows of lockers. And one trash can. I didn’t know if this would work, but I
didn’t really have another option. I quietly ran to my right, jumped, and landed
in the trash can, trying to make as little noise as possible. Lucky for me, the can was mostly empty, so
I was able to crouch down and not be seen poking out the top. It was quiet for a moment… Then… the clown horn started repeatedly
honking again… It was gradually getting louder, which meant
the clown was headed in my direction. My hiding spot was about to be tested. The clown yanked the rim of the garbage can,
and sending me tumbling out onto the floor! A pair of big, shiny, obsidian black eyes
was staring down as the clown stood over me with a disgusting grin. It was the face of an old style circus clown. He must have been wearing blackout contacts
or something and his face was completely greased down in white makeup, except for his lips
and the dots on his cheeks, both of which were painted black. In fact, his entire outfit was black and white,
making him look like he had stepped out of a black and white photograph and into reality. The only part that did look more cartoonish
was how very bloodthirsty his grin was. I was lying on my back on the floor where
I had been dumped out of the garbage can as this horrifying thing reached down for me. I only knew of one thing left to do. As hard as I could I kicked my foot up into
his balls! But to my shock and horror, this attack did
nothing to him! The clown didn’t even flinch. It seemed to cause him no pain whatsoever. I felt his silk gloves close around my neck
as he pinned me to the ground. I tried to scream, but I felt my throat close
up, and I knew it would do me no good anyway. All I could do was look up at this circus
drawn nightmare and… and there was something else….. Just above my head was someone’s overstuffed
locker. It wasn’t fully closed; the bottom of the
door was pushed open by some object that didn’t quite fit inside, but it looked like the owner
had tried to cram it shut anyhow. I reached for the locker door and yanked at
it. It gave a little bit, but it was stuck. I was starting to blackout. If I could just pull it free… I gave it a hard tug and pulled on it. My vision was fading, almost entirely black
now. I maybe only realized it had worked when I
heard the familiar sound of the locker flying open, and it crashed against the clown’s
head, knocking it backwards and off of me. An unbelievable amount of junk came pouring
out. Whatever was in there must have been heavy,
because it had really knocked the clown hard in the head, which was good because I also
needed a moment to come to. I had one more idea — if this didn’t work,
I was done for. As fast as I could, I took all of the junk
out of the locker and hurled it at the clown. Textbooks, an instrument case, a pair of shoes;
anything I could find. The clown seemed woozy and it got back to
its feet and regained its bearings just as I threw my last piece of ammo. It seemed like none of the junk in that locker
was big enough to hurt the clown which didn’t seem to even feel or notice anything other
than the blow to it’s head. But hurting it wasn’t my plan. I had completely emptied out the locker. This was it. Do or die. I stepped back into the locker as the clown,
with a twisted face of anger and frustration, charged at me as I pulled the door shut as
much as possible without pinching my hand! Everything went black as I shut myself into
the locker and furious clown slammed into the door, effectively locking me in! There was no scream or roar of frustration,
just the echoey reverberation of the clown crashing up against the metal door. He fumbled with the handle shortly before
realizing that it was no good. Then I heard something move in the distance,
and the clown started beeping it’s horn once again, and heading off to some other
part of the school. I stayed safe in the that locker for hours
until the school was cleared and the principal used his master key to let me out. The light hurt my eyes as I collapsed onto
the hallway floor; I had been limited to the tiny amount of light that poured through three
thin slots on the locker door. The principal gave me a little nod, and told
me, “good thinking”, or something along those lines, before turning and attending
to the more important matters at hand. The hallway was now filled with police officers,
school administrators, news reporters, photographers… and… wait, what were Lexi’s parents doing
here? My best friend’s dad was standing maybe
15 feet down the hall with his arm around her mom, who was sobbing and dabbing at her
eyes as the commotion flowed around them like a rock cutting through a stream. What? What had happened? I looked around some more and realized they
weren’t the only ones. It looked like there were a few more sets
of parents in tears scattered around the hallway here and there. There were no other students around, I guess
the rest of the day’s classes had cancelled. Before I got up from off the floor where I
had fallen out of the locker, I noticed a little ripped piece of fabric fall on the
ground right where I fell. It looked like it had been a piece of the
clown’s neck ruffle that had been caught in the closing locker door and probably ripped
off when it tried to escape. There was text on it. It said “…ipsey and Parks…” The rest was torn off and I couldn’t read
it. A bright flash filled the room. Reporters were taking pictures of Mr. Markham,
but to my surprise, he wasn’t being handcuffed or interrogated by angry parents. A news anchor wearing a tie and holding a
microphone started to praise him; going on about this one brave teacher whose heroics may have
saved the lives of countless students. Then he started going into this phony story
about how he immediately ran out to fight off the clown and protect the students the
moment the lockdown is called. Yeah, right, you’ve got to be kidding me! I was too drained to care though. I was crammed in a locker with no food and
not a big slot for air, and I really felt like I was going to black out again. I took a seat back down on the floor and closed
my eyes for a minute. Mr. Markham finished up his interview and
the reporter wrapped up the story. “This is the second clown attack our nation
has seen this week, after two students at a school in Garden Coast — just yesterday
— were fortunately unharmed during a lockdown incident. For CZN News 23, I’m Poppy Harlowe.” I looked around at the devastation surrounding
me. The incident was obviously over, but I still
felt this huge pit in my stomach, as if nothing had been resolved. Two clown attacks in one week? Sure the other school was probably nowhere
near here, but still. All the reporters and police officers seemed
to just be going about their business, as if this were just part of their routine or
something. Where was the urgency? Why wasn’t anyone doing anything about this? For a moment I got really angry, but then
the anger was just replaced with pain. My heart slowly broke as I sat there. I couldn’t get Lexi’s mom’s face out
of my head… Would I ever see Lexi again? Would school ever be the same? I’m pretty sure I knew the answer to both
questions when my parents arrived to pick me up. Both of their eyes were swollen and red… Thanks for listening to Al Dente Creepypasta. Your total comes out to $23.00 but if you
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this episode, definitely go check out her channel. Other guest narrators include Penny Tailsup
and Ruustic B. I highly recommend you check out their channels. Click the playlist on the left to check out
every other creepy clown school lockdown incident and remember to subscribe to CZsWorld for
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What’s in the BOX Challenge! *LIVE INSECTS, ANIMALS & MORE!*

What’s in the BOX Challenge! *LIVE INSECTS, ANIMALS & MORE!*


what is up you guys it’s Emma and today
we are doing something a little bit different this is the brave box
challenge you guys have been giving us suggestions as to what we should put in
this box right in front of me the deal is I have to touch and feel said objects
but I’m not allowed to look I can only use my hands I have to guess what’s
inside I’ve got a brave beanie as my blindfold available on my website go
grab one let’s do this subject number one I’m so not ready for
this Oh oh my god okay okay I recognize the shape of that from my
kitchen oh my heart’s beating so fast Cheerios um I would say it’s milky
consistency is it beans, Its beans! Yes yes tell you what if you’ve brought
anything live into my house James oh my god if you brought anything live in my
house you’ve got anything in yet oh oh well what’s that is that pot noodle? Have a feel around, you haven’t put your hands in it yet, is it fish? nothing can hurt me nothing can hurt me nothing can hurt me oh my god what which is this is a prawn? can tell is orange I’ll give you that
it’s Mandarin ah nice just gonna do some lunges prepared let’s
how you do lunges right? I don’t know I don’t work out, find the holes
oh my god as soon as I put my hand in what is that? James if you brought anything live in my
house I’m gonna kill you have a good rummage the word rummage in this
situation is not appealing or is it a I touched something then spider is it spider? oh man what’d you do that to me, is it porridge? that’s like custard jelly
no it’s gloopy what is it uh-uh-uh-uh describe it it’s really sticky and it’s
really grim oh is it corn starch yes thing I’m thinking right now is you’ve
given me spiders and that’s the worst for me that’s the worst thing you can’t get any
worse than that okay it’s just that uncertainty oh you know
what I think I already know what it is it’s like jelly or something isn’t it
put your fingers in there I’ll tell you if you get it right it’s not jelly oh it’s
not Jelly what is that? There is something live in there, what is it??? is it ladybug
please say it’s a ladybug I love ladybugs can I pick one up oh I can feel some crawling so it’s definitely bug a small bug you
got me I have no idea what is it Oh James no no oh my god get them out morio worms
English large Morio worms hell did you get them I can’t believe
you actually did that I’m not ready for the next one oh my god
I’m gonna be recovering from that one for a while I’m just like I’m just
expecting the worst now what oh what’s that oh it’s like moist Oh what is it
let’s go say ice cream because it’s kind of like what is that oh is it like a
meringue yeah oh oh oh is it like a rubber snake damn it oh my god remember
those like aliens they used to get when you younger the rubber ones I’m like
there was this big conspiracy if you put them both in an egg they’d make babies
is it one of them okay I know what it is it’s the tip it’s is it poo? it’s poo
but not real poo right? right okay I’m feeling good is it I’m
feeling brave right so I recognize this bowl it’s from my kitchen oh oh it’s
ok so it’s wet it’s like Oh custard it’s gone off milk
it is there anything else in the bowl you sure if you’re lying to me I’ll
touch you in the face with my hand is it like sewage it’s
not PVC glue it is? It is! hey come here give me a kiss
Oh what is that Oh where’s that it’s cold? there’s something inside this feels so
strange is such a weird shape what’s it what’s the shape feel like? feels like
sausages is it a rubber glove? yes,
one fill with ice and one filled flower, yeah that’s why the
waters everywhere oh god I feel like this is my workout for the tape like my
mental workout yeah what’s happened what’s happened what what okay I was
just getting ready getting them this it what do you mean by them feeling super
brave, you should feel brave have a smell I can smell beans again are they still
in the room but can’t it when something’s in a container in this box
it freaks me out the box within a box oh my god where’s that so I’m just gonna
go all in oh okay
put your fingers in oh say egg boxes there is an egg box yeah but that is not
the thing that we’re trying to figure out, mmm this sawdust again
just go it all in let’s go guys this just relax were here for fun why you can’t be doing that can’t be
doing that oh hello is it that? whatever I am touching in
there no that’s the side of the tray okay
let’s try again it’s just egg boxes man there’s something in here that kicked me well found him? is it a he? where you at? don’t take it out the tray
you’ve lifted it to high who lives in an
egg box come on can give you a clue there’s six of them what theres six of what
whatever it is in there is six of them whatever is a feel like it’s
running away from me it’s definitely running away from you come hither come
to me anywhere close? trying the corners
are you haven’t touched it guys what is it escaping is it a cockroach yeah
you serious? yeah oh my god oh it’s good like it’s looking
right at me okay give me a moment okay you ready
okay can I go you can go okay I’m feeling
like I’m just gonna go for it oh what the fudge is that? is it a teddy bear? I know who that is Get her out this box, thats the last item you so much for watching thank you to
everybody for their suggestions for the box you guys completely freaked me out
don’t forget my new album brave lands on November 24th so make sure you guys find
it on Spotify iTunes physical copies will also be available on Emma McGann.com
if you guys want your own brave beanie they’re available over on my
website as well in the merch store what do you guys think was the worst thing
that was put in the box leave a comment below make sure you guys join up to my
new street team the brave squad over on my website as well for exclusive content
hit like hit subscribe and I’ll see you guys next time you you

Patient Zero Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers

Patient Zero Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers


(Overlapping news stories)
-A new super strain of rabies…
-Spreading faster that can be contained…
-Create a super violent… A search for Patient Zero… -Society is near collapse…
(Sound of record being placed on player)
-Time is of the essence… Bring him in. There is no treatment, there is no cure. It turns humans into violent predators. Communication is impossible. Except for me. Ready? Yeah. Got a name? I can speak their language. Why?
I’ve been bitten. But not turned. We are hidden underground in a nuclear silo. We’ve searched desperately for patient zero. We cannot reverse engineer a vaccine without Patient Zero. -The music’s not affecting him at all.
-Nothing. You assume we’re all the same. Something new and smart is evolving. -You know anything about Patient Zero?
-It’s only a matter of time. Trust me even then…
Time is a luxury… you cannot afford. (screaming) We’ve been breached. Do I look sick to you? I don’t think that we’re the disease. We’re the cure. To get rid of the human infection. We will continue to fight.
(News broadcast: Time is of the essence…) Cause that is what we do. We’re at war. I suggest you ask yourself… (Oh my God…) who’s winning. What can you see? (Scurrying sound) No!

PINCHED! by a Giant Beetle!

PINCHED! by a Giant Beetle!


(playful music) – You guys see that? That’s a stag beetle. Right now I’m On
Location in Costa Rica, working on some of
my animal facts, because yes I do research
before I actually get on camera. I look over there at the balcony
railing, and what do I see. A giant stag beetle that must
have flown in last night, they’re attracted to lights, and he decided to make himself
a perch right over there. Now, I haven’t been bitten and stung by that many
things on this trip. I picked him up, and look
at that set of pinchers. And I said to myself, hmm, you know who would
love to see this? Everyone out there
in the coyote pack. I’m pretty curious as
to how hard this beetle can actually pinch. Now they don’t use those
pinchers to catch and kill prey, but they’re actually
used as defense and during mating displays
to attract the ladies. That is a mighty set of
pinchers right there. Let’s go for this. Are you ready? (adventurous music) Alright, so,
without further ado, let’s find how just how hard
the stag beetle can pinch. I’m going to let him
go for my pinky finger. Here we go, are you ready? I’m Coyote Peterson, and I’m about to enter the
strike zone with a stag beetle. One… Two… Three. (pained gasp) Dang that hurt. – [Voiceover] Was it bad? – Yeah, he poked a little
hole in the top of my finger. And I think he popped a little
puncture on the other side. At least he didn’t pinch and, hold on, let’s try
it one more, ready? What I’m actually being chomped
by is a Mallodon Beetle, which is in the same
superfamily as the stag beetle, and with over 35,000 members, it’s tough to know
them all apart. – [Voiceover] Yeah, do
you want us to hold it? – [Voiceover] Be tight on him,
because he won’t expect it. – [Voiceover]
Alright, ready Coyote? What are we doing now? – Okay so now, I’m going to
be pinched by the stag beetle on my pinky finger,
of all places. – [Voiceover] How many times
have you been pinched already? – Four. – [Voiceover] Why are we
doing this a fifth time? – Because we haven’t
gotten the shot right. – [Voiceover] And why is that? – Because I’m scared
to get pinched again. (prolonged pained gasps) Can you see that? – [Voiceover] How was that bad? Was that really bad? Oh, yeah. He got you man. Good job Mario. (slow-motion pained gasps) – Well, I guess what we have
found out is the stag beetle… Has got quite the pinch! He popped holes in my pinky. Alright buddy, I know
that was a lot of stress, we’re going to let
you go now but, I guess we’ll add the stag
beetle to the list of creatures that have chomped, pinched,
stung, or mauled Coyote. I’m Coyote Peterson,
be brave, stay wild. We’ll see you on
the next location. (dramatic music) – [Voiceover] If you
thought getting pinched by the Mallodon
Beetle looked painful, check out my encounter
with the purple shore crab, and don’t forget, subscribe
to join me and the crew, on this season of
Breaking Trail.

The Haunted Ant Farm (Halloween Special)

The Haunted Ant Farm (Halloween Special)


This is a tale, of curses and doom,
A tale that takes place in the dark of my room
Over in the corner, is a place so quiet, A mystical place for any creatures that try
it, For within its glass walls, a secret it hides,
I’m convinced there’s a ghost living deep inside,
The ending of this video will shock and alarm, This is the tale of the Haunted Ant Farm. Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel and hit the
bell icon. Welcome to the AC Family. Happy Halloween! Let’s start at the beginning,
When this tank was the home, Of a majestic bearded dragon,
Who ruled all alone. But when the beast perished,
And I prepared to move, some fresh new inhabitants,
The beast disapproved, The dragon’s ghost lingered and haunted this
place, Tripping up every single plan I had for this
living space, I added new soils, new worms, new features,
And it soon became the home of a tonne of different creatures. I was set to turn this vivarium into a world
so warm, With bright lights and plants, an epic ant
farm. So I ran an official poll, for you the AC
Family, To vote for who would be the lucky ant colony,
To call this tank home, and call it a win, AC Family you chose, for my trapjaw ants to
move in, But on the big day of their scheduled arrival,
The ghost of the dragon played games of surivival, For when I came home, my trapjaws had died,
Some wild ants had broken in, and killed all ants inside. It was such a loss for the AC Family,
But the burden we would lighten, By giving this tank to another colony,
And so you chose the Titans. The Titans were a prized colony,
With supermajors huge and royal, This time for sure, our plans would not be
foiled, But it seemed bad luck came once again, we
couldn’t figure out why, When we tried to move the Titans in, some
too began to die. We tried to move black crazy ants, our dark
knights, in next, But they unexpectedly broke loose, through
holes in the mesh, It seemed every attempt we tried at moving
ants in, Lead to ants dying, or complications within. Was it a sin,
To move others in, To a land so lush,
Fit for a dragon, Whose ghost now haunts
Every inch within, And suddenly manifested,
The dragon’s kin, A serpent was seen slithering like a millipede,
Through the terrarium it hunted, For ant seed,
It was an ant-eating snake, How did it get in here? It must have been planted,
With the ficus growing in here! If our Titans still had, any survivors inside,
This snake was a danger to those ants that survived. So we went on a snake hunt, it was epic and
intense, It took two episodes to catch the elusive
serpent. But then the snake died before we could let
it go, So we buried it in the tank, great another
ghost! Which brings us to this day, on Halloween
night, The tank is quiet, not a creature in sight. This once lush land, for which we had high
hopes Was now a forest of weeds and mad ghosts. Unrecognizable, from the day these lands were
created, For months left unkept, and grossly deviated,
No longer beautiful, no longer warm, I didn’t want to touch this haunted ant farm. Until today,
At the break of day, I needed to make
these lands ok, It needed to be saved, So I pulled at the weeds,
Uprooted them trees, And told all ghosts
To release and be free, Away with the curse,
Dragon, find your peace, This misfortune must stop,
And death must cease! Be gone, Beast! Please! It’s time for peace. And what I saw next, you will not believe. Lots and lots of ants. The Titans danced. Exposed from the upturned soil
Of these thought to have been cursed lands. All this time,
The Titans had survived, Working on growing,
Hiding deep inside. There were masses of brood,
Healthy and white, My heart rejoiced,
At the magnificent sight! Oh my goodness! Can you believe it? The curse was broken. We could now see it! It baffled me how they managed to survive
without food. I fed them a cockroach and some crickets,
too. Perhaps they were feeding on mites or springtails,
Could they be eating earthworms or hunting the snails? So our once haunted ant farm,
Is now haunted no more Twas a tale one finds in ancient ant lore, Of a dragon’s ghost that fought with strife
Over the home he eventually allowed to house life. Let’s hope that the Titans continue to get
better, Until next time, AC Family, it’s ant love
forever! Wait hold in a sec… What is that? Ahhhhh! Alright, AC Family! Did I get ya? Haha! And wow! Isn’t it just amazing to find out the Titans
are not only alive but are doing super well in this terrarium. I totally did not expect this! I hope the Titans continue to grow in this
terrarium, which by the way based on your votes from a previous video is officially
called The Garden of Eden. What a beautiful name considering it involved
a snake, a garden we created to house various plants and animals, and now providing a cradle
for this exploding colony of Marauder Ants, we call the Titans. Yes! I wanted to wish you all a Happy Halloween
and a safe trick or treating season! AC Inner Colony, I have left a hidden cookie
for you here if you would just like to watch some extended play footage of the Titans,
exposed after pulling up the weed roots. And now it’s time for the AC Question of the
Week. Last week we asked: What is the technical term for
the condition of a queen ant’s gaster that is swollen with eggs? Congratulations to MCHUNG96 who correctly
answered: Physogatrism Congratulations MCHUNG96 you just won a free
ebook handbook from our shop! In this week’s AC Question of the Week, we
ask: Name one reason why we felt the
terrarium in this video was haunted? Leave your answer in the comments section
and you could win a free ebook handbook our shop! Hope you can subscribe to the channel as we
upload every Saturday at 8AM EST. Please remember to LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, & SUBSCRIBE
if you enjoyed this video to help us keep making more. It’s ant love forever!

German Kids and Teens try Gourmet Insects – HALLOWEEN Special

German Kids and Teens try Gourmet Insects – HALLOWEEN Special


What.. What is that? WHAT IS THAT HERE? Cockroach? No! This is.. uhh.. with heads Eww! Eeewww! Are there some .. I’ve got it What is that? What is that? What is it? Locusts No! No, no, no, no I’ve only had rice! Eeewwww! Well? Up for it? I’m still undecided You can see its little head.. that’s Kenny’s head Let’s see how many there are I don’t really want to see it Supposedly like chips, right? No way. Nope! Ew! I bit into it Me too! I believe they.. Oh, something just snapped Noooo, I broke something off.. I’m so sorry! Yeah, it was only fried .. so you better be! Yum, yum, yum. Tasty! But that’s just the shell? Oh sod it.. It’s so oily! Nope, I’m about to throw up, no way! OMG What have I just.. Shell still stuck in my teeth Oh stop it! Wasn’t all that bad. Did you also eat its head? I ate the entire locust. No, I’ll not be having any more now Wow, there are maggots inside! Look! I’m not eating that! Do you see it? Do you see it? Go away .. eww! Don’t tell me there are some inside. Oh, worms! Oh, worms! Will you look at that. Why does everything contain animals? Why are they not alive? Nope! Let’s turn them all over.. One, two, three Sesame seeds.. My brain is going crazy You’re eating worms right now! Actually just tastes like grains. True. Crazy, this actually tastes nice. Go on I can’t believe I’m eating this.. Have some nice maggots! Bye-bye! Oh wait, I still have a bit of worm in my tooth Nooo, they are alive, they are alive! What on earth is that? Hi Wormy! Did we just eat those? Chopped up, right? But they were so little. Did we just eat their offspring? How are you, little guys? We’re gonna eat you all! What are these huge worms? I don’t even dare to smell them Eww this stinks really stinks Eurgh Felix, how could you? Why did you stab me in the back? Disgusting. Should I take some home, and stick them in my mum’s mouth? J/K that would be mean. Or add them to spaghetti? Those are wasps.. WTH are you talking about? .. or bees, or flies! Grasshoppers, you pillock Yeah.. don’t have a smell, just eat them Eww! Ok, yuck Ok, not too bad Yuck I’ll take a bite Yuck Don’t look at me like that! Come on, let’s both take one of those.. Ok, I forgot what that was Oh no, I don’t even want to hold them Tasty – Good-bye my friend! Yeah, just mango flavour. Tastes quite alright. Broke its leg off, I’m so violent! Eww.. aftertaste! No. Mango and vinegar taste nice together – you’ve got to try that Well, I’m not convinced this works as a snack for the evening.. It’s edible, but.. still, I think these were the most inoffensive. I’d rather go for a bag of crisps. True, but still these have been the best so far. Nope! That’s a tarantula! Oh this one is nice. Hi, hairy little friend! Imagine you eat the arm and it’s still alive and bites you Ewww.. Spider! Itsy bitsy spider, climbed up the waterfall. Have a tasty leg! Never ever! Let me wish you a nice meal, but I’m out. If you didn’t know what you’re eating, blindfolded for example, and someone had said those were crisps, I would have totally believed it. Actually it didn’t taste horrible. I licked it off briefly, you could only taste the little hairs, which was slightly unsettling. In Thailand there are food stands where they are fried up and on sale. Wasn’t the best. I’d be happy to leave out the insects. The crickets were quite ok though. I would not recommend to hide them in chocolate or something, and then offer them to us secretly. I wouldn’t do that, but otherwise.. But I think then we would just eat it. It’s only the looks that scare us off. Yeah, you’re right. As a snack, if you’re all out of food – really out – then it’s edible. But I couldn’t look at it. That was a cool experience! Scraping out a mealworm.. Have a ghoulish Halloween, and a nice party, and don’t overdo it with candy. I know you guys! But this stuff here.. it’s not really.. Yeah, best not to. Unless as a trick. Thanks for watching and Happy Halloween! Party on! Bye! See you!

WILL IT BITE?! – Black Widow Challenge

WILL IT BITE?! – Black Widow Challenge


– I’m Coyote Peterson and
I’m about to free-handle the Black Widow Spider. Are you ready? – [Cameraman] Let’s do it. – Here we go. One. Two. Three. (adventure music) What’s going on, guys? Who’s ready to
catch some spiders? – I am.
– Yeah? Okay. So, right now, we are on
location in Tucson, Arizona. And as you can see, we’re
right outside the house. You know what lives
on houses in Arizona? Black Widow Spiders. And right now, we’re gonna
use this little container and this stick and
try to find one. Are you ready? – [Cameraman] Okay. – Now, you’re probably
thinking to yourselves, really, Coyote, you’re gonna
find a Black Widow Spider right outside your house? I have seen webs everywhere. You see this? All up here in the
edges of these rocks? Those spider webs are most
likely made by a Black Widow. And what we’re gonna do is
move all around the house, look in the plants,
look in the crevices, look by the gutters,
and I guarantee you, it won’t take me long to find
one of these venomous spiders. Come on, let’s go. Now, I could just start
lifting up rocks like this, looking for them, but
I’m hoping to find one already naturally
hanging out in its web. In this real open rock
structure like this is absolutely perfect for them. – [Cameraman] So, Coyote, why
is it that we’re not like out in the desert looking
for Black Widows? Like, why are we looking
around our house? – Black Widows are
actually drawn to houses. Can you imagine why? What do spiders eat? Other bugs. Bugs are drawn into lights
so where there are lights at night and the bugs
come in, the spiders have the chance for a feast. That’s why I’m looking
right here around the edge of the house. – [Cameraman] And that
would worry a lot of people. – Oh yeah, well people, as
we know, the fear of spiders, arachnophobia, people are
absolutely terrified of spiders and Black Widows specifically
because of the potency of their venom. Look at this. Oh, there’s one! Oh! – [Cameraman] Did you see one? – Totally saw it, there’s
no way you saw it, this is definitely a Black
Widow web right here. It was hanging just down
on the edge of this rock. Hold on. They’re actually really
quick when they dart, yeah, no, it’s back up in there. Yep, 100%, that’s a Black
Widow hole right there. Well, not actually
on the house but just a couple feet away from it. Alright, let’s move down
this way and keep looking. We’re gonna get one. Let’s check out
the fire pit here. – [Cameraman] You were telling
me you had a good feeling about the fire pit. – [Coyote] I see some webs. Oh, I see one right there. – [Cameraman] You got one? – Yep, yep, yep, yep, yep. Oh, it’s going back there. Hold on a second. Oh, there it is, right there. Look at that. Okay, let me get it
into the container. Oh, it’s going towards my thumb. Okay. Let’s see if she’ll
walk right in there. Go, go, go. Yes!
– Ha ha! – There we go. Little bit of air got
her into the container and there you have it. That is a female Black Widow. Exactly what we
were looking for. Sure enough, right
here in the fire pit, it’s kind of a dangerous spot
to be leaving your web there. Wow, okay, well, now I’m
gonna show you why this is an arachnid you just need
to admire from a safe distance and not necessarily
be afraid of. What I’m about to do here is
prove that the Black Widow is not out to bite you. I’m going to actually
free-handle this spider. – [Cameraman] Oh boy. – You guys ready for this? – [Cameraman] You told us
you were gonna try this if we found a Black Widow. – Well I didn’t tell you at
the beginning of the episode, I know I told you and
I know I told Mario and I said to really
disprove that the Black Widow is just out there to bite
you, I’m going to let it walk on my hands and on my
arms and, hopefully, not take a bite. Now, you can see she’s just
laying on the bottom there, actually playing dead,
rolled up in a little ball. That is a defense
mechanism, especially when there’s nowhere to escape to. I will note that there is
no one in the past 10 years that has died from the
bite of a Black Widow. The bite is very painful, it
can cause stomach cramping, it can cause vomiting,
it can cause dry mouth, lot of pain for several hours
so I do not want to be bitten. Either way, I will
admit that I am nervous, I do not have
arachnophobia, which we know is the fear of spiders,
but when you’re looking at the Widow, it definitely
gets your heart racing. I’m Coyote Peterson and
I’m about to free-handle the Black Widow Spider. Are you ready? – [Cameraman] Let’s do it. – Here we go. One. Two. Three. (intense music) Oh my. Went right on to the
edge of my finger. Okay now she’s
going down my arm. She’s actually spun a
little thread of web, like she’s becoming
secured to me. Oh, I thought she
was about to bite. Now, one thing most
people don’t realize about the Black Widow Spider
is that if it does inflict a bite, that bite is
oftentimes just a warning and they aren’t actually
injecting as much venom as they would into,
say, a prey item. They’re not looking to
kill you as a human, they’re simply looking
to startle you so that they can ultimately get away. Can you see that? She is just tangling
my arms up with web. It’s almost invisible to
the eye but I can feel it all over me, tangling me up. Kinda makes me a bit
nervous, I’m getting covered in spiderweb right now. Let me actually get her
back onto the stick. Oh, oh, oh. – [Cameraman] That
looks dangerous. – I scared her there. I’m gonna get her
on the stick here. I gotta get some of this
webbing off of my arm. There you go. It’s really sticky
and every single time that I move my arm, I
can feel that web pulling and pulling her and what
I’m afraid of is that she’s gonna get startled
and then inflicted a bite. Now this is a female. Females are larger than
the males and they have that quintessential red
hourglass shape on the abdomen. That is the easiest way to
identify one of these spiders. You know she’s very
dark in coloration as that big, bulbous abdomen. – [Cameraman] Do you
think she’s calm enough to go back on your hand? – The question is
am I calm enough to let her get back on my hand? Yeah, let’s see. – [Cameraman] So why is
the spider not biting you? – The spider’s not biting
me because I’m not applying any pressure to its body,
ooh, now I can’t see her, where is she? – On your thumb.
– Going round that side. And, as long as I
don’t apply pressure, hopefully she will stay calm
and I will not be bitten. Alright, she feels very
comfortable right there on the edge of my thumb, I’m going to keep my
hand incredibly still. You may notice that
the tone of my voice has slightly changed. That is because she is right
on the edge of my thumb. Can you see that? – [Cameraman] Mm-hmm. – She feels hidden right
there, she’s comfortable, she’s in the crevice of my
thumb and, without me talking real loudly next to
her, she’s just thinking okay, I’m hidden, I was
captured from my web. Don’t worry, sweetie, we’re
gonna put you right back in the web, nothing to fear. Now, I would never
recommend that you go out and try to pick
up a Black Widow. If you see a Black Widow
outside of your house, you do not need to
be afraid of it. Remember, these arachnids
are eating the pest insects that are out there. Could be mosquitoes, could
be moths, whatever it is the spider has no
interest in biting you. Oftentimes the way a bite
happens is when somebody grabs onto the spider
accidentally and is bitten. Now, let’s say you walk through
the web of a Black Widow and you find it on your
person, do not panic. The best thing to do
is to just remain calm, try to pick up a stick,
something like this, let the spider
crawl onto the stick and then place it back
into the environment. I’m sure a lot of you out
there who have arachnophobia are watching me handle
this spider right now and you’re just
cringing in your seats. And I will not lie, my
mouth is getting dry and I am trying my best to
not shake my hand right now, despite the fact that
I’m incredibly nervous. I’m gonna very
slowly turn my hand. There you go, sweetie. Don’t move. Look at that. That is one of the
most venomous spiders in the United States. And it is just gently
clutched right there on the edge of my hand. I would definitely say that
this was pretty intense. Free-handling the one and
only Black Widow Spider. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you on
the next location. I said it before and
I can’t say it enough. Never attempt to
free-handle a Black Widow. Like all spiders,
they’re venomous and a bite from this
specific species is incredibly painful. If you see a Black Widow
hanging out in a web near your residence, simply
admire it from a safe distance and you will be just fine. Okay, after getting
the macro shots, the most important part:
letting the spider back into its web. You ready?
– Yep. (creepy music) – [Coyote] If you though
handling the Black Widow was intense, make sure to go
back and watch the episode where I free-handled the
notorious Bark Scorpion. And don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on our next location. (bear growls)
(eagle squawks)

Zombie Juice!

Zombie Juice!


(ominous music) (growling) (growling) – Zombies! (upbeat music) (energetic music) – [Camera Man]
Coyote, whatcha doing? – [Coyote] Huh? – [Camera Man] Whatcha doing? – Ah, I saw a little
zebra tail lizard went right into that hole. And I thought I could flush
it out from this side. But it’s definitely buried underneath the prickly
pear cactus right now. – [Camera Man] You lost him huh? – (growls) I can’t
catch ’em all. But you know what,
check this out. This actually gives
me a really cool idea. I’m surrounded by prickly
pear cactus right now. And Mark, do you know
what that is, right there? – [Mark] Yeah, it’s
a prickle pear. – Yeah, like prickly
pear, like an apple, it’s the fruit. But these ones– – [Mark] Is it, wait, hold on. First of all is it prickle
pear or prickly pear? – It is prickly pear and
it’s called a prickly pear because all over the fruits,
especially these ones, which aren’t fully ripe, have
these little fibrous hairs that are called glochids. They easily brush off the cactus and they can end
up in your skin. That’s why if you bump
into a prickly pear you’re gonna be in
pain for a long time, because you can’t see these
little stickers very well but they are very irritating. These fruits right
here are really ripe, and actually this is
a great desert snack. You wanna try some
prickly pear fruit? – [Mark] I mean I
just had breakfast, but I could have a little more. – Oh come on, you
know you want to. Hold on, let me get out
my pocket knife here. Now the ones that are all
the way ripe, like this, don’t usually have, ah,
as many glochids on them. But I’m already starting
to get them into my finger. That’s what I didn’t
want to happen. I’m gonna cut it open. You ready?
– Yep, go for it. – [Coyote] Here we go. Oh yeah, that is nice and ripe. Wow, look at that. – [Mark] It kinda
looks like beet. – [Coyote] It does look
like a beet, doesn’t it? Let me scoop some
of this out here. – [Mark] That’s the good stuff. – That is the
stuff we are after. Oh yeah. Um, that is sweet. Okay ready, here we go. First bite. This is like breakfast
for me here in the desert. Um. – [Mark] What’s that taste like? – Wow, that is good. (exhales seeds) That’s kinda how
you have to eat it. You take a scoop out
with like a pocket knife. You can also dig it
out with your fingers. You can eat the seeds,
they’re good fiber, but really what we’re after
right here is the juice. So you kinda have to suck
all the juice in the fruit out from around the seeds. And then– – [Mark] You got a
little on your nose. – Do I? (exhales seeds) You can shoot ’em
like little pellets, which is kinda cool. You wanna try it? – [Mark] Uh sure, yeah,
never had it, but. – Give this a go. (exclaims) I’m getting
the spines in my finger. – Yeah, I’ll have
mine without spines. – Yeah, no spines for you. There you go. Now it’s gonna turn
your fingers purple, but don’t worry. Honestly, it looks like it’s
gonna stain you, but it won’t. – [Mark] It’s very
seedy looking. Not so sure about this. – Yeah trust me, it’s good. It is so sweet and delicious. Chance, film him eating this. Let’s get his reaction. – It’s kinda like a. – [Coyote] Yeah,
don’t pop a filling. – Yeah, it’s for real. It’s like a super
seedy blackberry that’s not quite as sweet. Still tastes good. – It’s good right? Animals like javelinas
and desert tortoise love eating these. But us as humans, we use them
for multiple different foods. You can make jellies,
you can make candy, you can actually cake. But my personal favorite
is prickly pear juice. And there’s a real
simple way to make juice, right here without getting
the seeds in your mouth. You ready for this? – [Mark] What do you
do, bash ’em with rocks? – You could bash ’em with rocks, but then it’s gonna
make a huge mess. What I’m actually
gonna do I use a sock to make a juicer. – [Mark] Oh, so you
have like an extra pair in your pack there? – No, I actually am
going to take the sock right off of my foot. – [Mark] For real? – Oh yeah. This wigwam sock right
here is about to become my desert juicer. So the reason I’m using the sock is because it will help
filter out the seeds and the little spines. In you go. Very good. Getting another one. Oh they’re so ripe! Wow, look at that. That is a sock full
of prickly pear fruit. Now I could just
(growls) chomp into that like a bulldog, but what
I’m actually gonna do is bash all these fruits apart to get them started with a rock. Oh, there’s a good one, okay. Come here you. Oh this is perfect. Ow. One, two, squish. (dramatic music)
Oh yeah! Oh man. Oh wow, this is going
to be delicious. This is what we call
desert sock punch. Now what I wanna do is
kinda twist the sock down and force the
fruit and the juice out of the tip of the sock. Alright, you ready? (choir vocalizing dramatically) Oh, oh that is good. Whoo! Oh freshly squeezed
prickly pear juice. Delicious! I definitely taste
my feet in there. Um. It’s kinda the aftertaste. At first it’s
delicious and sweet. And then you’re like
what’s that extra tinge? Ew, sweaty boot foot. Okay, ready? (Mark groaning) Oh, you want a sip? – [Mark] No! – Alright, ready. Oh look at that, it’s
just dripping out now. – [Mark] Go for it. – Nothing is more refreshing
than freshly squeezed prickly pear juice on a
Sonoran Desert morning. Chance, would you like some? Oh come on. Mark, how about you? Dude, I’ll squeeze it right
into your mouth for ya, look at that. Oh, you guys sure? Why not? – [Mark] Dude, that sock’s
been on your foot all morning. Nope. – That’s fair to say. The sock, has been on
my foot for a while. – [Mark] I don’t even
know if I would do it with my own sock. I’ll take your word for it. It looks, it looks purple. – Well, and here’s the trick. You know what my mouth
is not full of right now? Spines. There are no
glochids in my mouth. There are no seeds. I was rather careless in how
I squeezed this juice out and I actually did
that on purpose. I probably could have
done a better job of not getting it
all over my clothes and I know you’re saying
to yourselves right now, Coyote, your tan colored shirt that helps you blend in
to the desert environment has been dyed purple. You look like a
ravenous vampire. Actually, one
common misconception is that the prickly
pear fruit stains. All I need to do is
take this shirt inside, throw it in the washing
machine, and it’s gonna come out like it was brand new. Believe it or not. And all this dye is gonna
wash right outta my hands with just a little
soap and water. Um, but it is so good. Little bit more. (growls) I’m gonna head inside right now. Jump in the shower
and throw these guys into the washing machine. And the next time you
see me in this outfit, it’s gonna be totally free
of prickly pear juice. I’m Coyote Peterson, be brave. Stay wild. We’ll see ya on
the next location. Whoo, what a breakfast! If you enjoyed this On Location, make sure to go back and
watch Coconut Breakfast with everyone’s
favorite iguana, Wilson. And don’t forget, subscribe, so you can join me and the crew on our next location. Alright guys, this is
it, the moment of truth. Are my clothes still
stained after being washed and sun dried in the desert? Look at that, not a single stain from the prickly pear juice. Adventure shirt, good to go. Well I guess we’ve proven it, that the prickly pear juice
does not stain your clothes. See ya on the next location. (growling)