4K CC. Tarantula Hawk Swarm, Catching Amazing Pet Insects & Reptiles  CA NM AZ TX USA Herping HD.

4K CC. Tarantula Hawk Swarm, Catching Amazing Pet Insects & Reptiles CA NM AZ TX USA Herping HD.


Massive swarm Of Tarantula hawks that landed here This thing right here is gigantic and he’s lookin at me That thing is like 2 1/2 inches long wow Jeez that thing is huge That’s the biggest one so far he’s like 2 3/4 inches that last one Haha ha I hope I don’t get stung haha that’s gonna suck Buuzzzzz….Tarantula Hawk flies right past my head WOAH Oh my god That’s a giant Bumble Bee uh uh uh ah he he They are every where

Best way to get rid Tooth Infection  –  Natural Remedies for Tooth Infection

Best way to get rid Tooth Infection – Natural Remedies for Tooth Infection


Best Way To Get Rid Of Tooth Infection. Tooth infections require immediate treatment
from a dentist before you do anything else. Otherwise, the infection may worsen and cause
more serious problems. After you have been treated, there are some
natural remedies that may help to support healing and relieve pain as you recover from
your tooth infection. Just make sure that you check with your dentist
before integrating any of these natural remedies. In this video we are talking about best 5
home remedies to get rid of dull skin. So please like share and subscribe our channel
for more videos. 1. apple cider vinegar. It is very sweet vinegar. Some people use apple cider vinegar to help
treat infections, so it might help with a tooth infection. Mix one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with
about one cup of water. Then, swish the solution in your mouth for
about a minute and spit it out. Repeat this rinse a few times per day. 2. Honey. Honey is very sweet. Honey has natural antibacterial and antiseptic
properties because of a substance called propolis in the honey, so you can put it to work treating
your infected gums. Once you brush your teeth, rub a small amount
of honey on the problem area of your gums. Given honey’s high sugar content, you want
to be careful you don’t over apply it and do your best to put it on your gums only rather
than on your teeth. 3. warm sea salt water. Warm sea salt water can help with pain and
it may also help to heal an infection. To make a warm sea salt water rinse, mix about
one teaspoon of sea salt with one cup of water. Stir until the salt dissolves in the water. Then, sip enough of the fluid to rustle in
your mouth and swish for about a minute. Repeat this process several times all over
the day to help with pain and promote healing. 4. Apply clove oil. Clove oil may help ease some of the pain caused
by an infected tooth. There is also some evidence that using a toothpaste
that contains clove oil may be an effective treatment for plaque. To use clove oil, put a few drops on a cotton
swab and dab the oil onto the artificial tooth. Leave the clove oil on your tooth for about
three to five minutes. Then, rinse out your mouth with some salt
water. 5. Brush your teeth twice per day. Brushing your teeth in the morning and the
evening can help to reduce plaque and prevent cavities. Make sure that you use a fluoride toothpaste
to brush your teeth and take your time as well. Other good brushing habits include: Brush
all surfaces of your teeth and along the Keep your toothbrush in a stand that allows it
to air dry.

Top 3 simple home remedies for fungal infection on scalp

Top 3 simple home remedies for fungal infection on scalp


top three simple home remedies for
fungal infection on the scalp scalp hair fungus is your scalps cry for help
dirt pollution oil and dead cells have clogged its pores and the scalp can’t
get rid of the fungus it attracted the itchy scratchy feeling and the flakes
have taken over your head and your life you also seem to lose a lot of hair
because fungus makes your scalp tender and your hair fragile try some of these home remedies to get
rid of fungal infection on scalp ow apple cider vinegar apple cider vinegar
is the most multi-purpose home ingredient there is it will not only
kill the fungus but will also help in the recovery of your scalp skin add one cup of apple cider vinegar to
four cups of water wash your hair with this solution before shampooing your
hair you can try this easy remedy 2-3 times a week coconut oil the fatty acids in coconut
oil can evict the fungus that has made its home in your scalp applied regularly
in a few weeks the fungus will make a quiet exit leaving behind a healthier
and nourished scalp take the purest form of coconut oil that
you can get apply it deep into your scalp and hair massaging it for a few
minutes leave it overnight and wash your hair the next morning use head and
shoulder dry scalp kara with almond oil shampoo to tackle the flakes do this 2-3
times a week lemon you know lemon juice is good for
your hair it keeps it healthy and gives it a healthy shine it also works as hair
fungus treatment add 3-4 tablespoons to one cup of
lukewarm water after you washed your hair like you always do wash your hair
with the solution and then as a final rinse pour cold water on your head to
close your scalp pores don’t use this therapy more than mine so weak though
though to prevent getting it again make sure
you do not share pillows pillow covers combs hairbrushes towels etc with
anybody anybody

Creating an Epidemic Sound account through an MCN

Creating an Epidemic Sound account through an MCN


Great, you’ve got access to our phenomenal music catalog. Get ready for track after track of fantastic music. Go to the login page of our website. Then select the name of your network in the dropdown menu under the Partnerships/MCN section and you’ll be guided through the next steps. If you have trouble getting access, please contact your MCN Partner Manager, so they can double-check if your channel has been properly linked. When you’ve logged in, go to your profile and it’ll be under cleared channels. If you have more channels connected to your subscription, these must also be added to your account to avoid copyright claims.

How to Inspect Your Hotel Room For Bed Bugs

How to Inspect Your Hotel Room For Bed Bugs


Background Music When staying in a hotel it is a good idea to inspect your room for bed bugs as soon as you arrive. You do not want to unpack or settle in until you have checked to see if there are bed bugs in your room. Bring a flashlight with you when going to stay at a hotel; this will make it easier to inspect your room. As soon as you arrive put your suitcase and bags on a hard surface like a dresser. These areas are less likely to have bed bugs. Never put your suitcase, clothes or personal items on the bed as this is the most common way to get bed bugs in your possessions and transfer them to your home. Start your inspection with the mattress, as this is the most common area for bed bugs. Gently remove the sheet and mattress pad inspecting along all edging, seams and other small areas a bed bug might hide. Continue your inspection with the headboard. In most hotels the headboard is attached to the wall. Use your flashlight to look in the crack between the wall and the headboard. Next inspect the furniture around the bed, Bed Bugs are known to hide behind framed pictures and around or on furniture. Make sure you inspect all the cracks and crevices of the night stand, including screw holes, joints and in the drawers. Once you have insured that these areas do not have bed bugs move on to other furniture in the room, especially upholstered chairs. As you are inspecting pay special attention to seams. Another important place to inspect for bed bugs that is often overlooked is the luggage rack or valet. Once again, inspect carefully, concentrating on cracks and crevices. Bed bugs are often found on the luggage rack because they have come in on other travelers’ luggage. If you stay in a hotel room and are worried about bed bugs take these precautions when you return home to reduce the risk of bringing bed bugs into your home: Immediately launder all the clothing you brought with you, or seal inside a plastic bag until it can be laundered. See the factsheet “Laundering Items to Kill Bed Bugs” for more information. Vacuum your suitcase, inside and out. Once you have finished vacuuming your suitcase immediately discard the contents of the vacuum in a plastic bag which can be sealed tightly shut and then put in the trash. The suitcase can then be sealed inside a large plastic bag or box to insure that not bed bugs can move from your suitcase into your home. Shoes can be wiped down with a cloth and hot water to reduce the risk of them being infested with bed bugs. We hope this video has been helpful. For additional information on bed bug prevention and control, please visit: www.bedbugs.umn.edu Background Music

The Bugs That Lay Eggs All Over Your Body

The Bugs That Lay Eggs All Over Your Body


In 2018, a cockroach crawled
inside a sleeping man’s ear and laid an egg sac. Luckily, roaches don’t go
out of their way to do this, so it doesn’t happen very often. But there are a bunch
of other unsavory bugs that will lay eggs all
over your body on purpose. First up, the human botfly. These insects, which are native to Central and South America, glue
their eggs to mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects. When the mosquito bites
you, the eggs hatch. Then the larvae wriggle into your skin, creating a painful pimple that leaks pus. Or, as the baby botflies call it, lunch. After five to 10 weeks, they escape. Not long after that, they reach adulthood, ready to mate, and start
the cycle all over. Another tropical parasite
is Tunga penetrans, more commonly known as the sand flea. Females burrow into
the bottom of your foot and slurp your blood. They start off smaller
than a grain of sand but grow to 2,000 times
their size within a week as they swell with your
blood and up to 200 eggs. Those eggs fall to the ground and hatch, waiting for the next bare foot to pass by. But some egg-laying parasites
go more than just skin deep. Tapeworms, for example,
invade your intestines. Adults can grow to be
longer than a bowling lane and block up your digestive system. But it gets worse, because they lay tens
of thousands of eggs, which can hatch and migrate, spreading throughout your lungs, muscles, and even your brain. If that sounds gruesome,
just wait till you hear about the Loa loa worm. It can be passed from human to human by hitching a ride inside of deer flies. When the flies bite you, the
larvae enter through the wound. After five months growing
beneath your skin, they reach adulthood and start to release thousands of embryos a day. Sometimes you can even see the worms moving under your skin
or across your eyeball. But, hey, not every egg-laying
invader is sinister. Face mites, for example,
are pretty innocuous. They live on pretty much everyone’s face, and most people just never notice. After all, they feed on
facial oil, not flesh. When it comes time to breed, females just lay one egg
inside of your pores. Even better, researchers can
now study your face mites to track how your ancestors
migrated across the planet, because we usually pass
them from parent to child, so the mites stay in the family. But face mites aren’t the
only helpful bug around. Green bottle flies might
be useful in medicine. They lay their eggs inside of open wounds, and then the maggots hatch
and devour the damaged flesh. That sounds brutal, but one day we might be able to harness this process to treat diabetic foot ulcers and other slow-healing wounds. Because when the maggots go to town, they actually clean the area and remove a lot of the dead tissue. They even secrete proteins
that reduce inflammation. So maybe botflies, fleas, and tapeworms could learn a thing or two and at least make themselves useful if they’re going to move right in.

How to pack up a dresser with bed bugs

How to pack up a dresser with bed bugs


In your showdown with bed bugs, all items
in your bedroom are at risk. You want to seal all of your
items away as you fight your infestation, this ensures any items that are contaminated are
contained, and any items that aren’t contaminated stay safe. Put everything in your dresser in sealable
containers; either plastic bags, or plastic boxes. Even lose items on top of the dresser should
be put away and sealed. Just like packing items in your closet away, you can do some sorting while you place items in containers. For instance, any items that you plan on heat
treating can be placed in the same container. If you are using plastic bags make sure to seal them fully closed. You can use items like zip ties or binder clips to seal the bags. If it’s possible to remove the drawers from your dresser, you should do so and treat them as well. You can either heat treat them or treat them with diatomaceous earth. For more information on how to properly heat treat
furniture or use diatomaceous earth, please see our Eight Step Approach videos.

Multiplicity of Infection (MOI): What is it and how do I calculate it?

Multiplicity of Infection (MOI): What is it and how do I calculate it?


So you’ve packaged your DNA into a virus
and you’re ready to infect your cells! But, how many viral particles are required
for 100% infection? In this video, we’ll explain the concept
of Multiplicity of Infection or MOI and take you through how to determine the best MOI
for your experiment. In a nutshell, MOI is the ratio of infectious
agents to infection targets. In many cases, it is the ratio of viral particles
to target cells in a defined space, such as a cell culture well. For example, if you add 10 million viruses
to 1 million cells, you’d have an MOI of 10 and an average probability of 10 viral
particles infecting one cell. Let’s do a quick example calculation! Let’s say you’d like to achieve an MOI
of 10. If your virus titer is 1 x 10^6 infection units
per ml and you are delivering to 1 x 10^5 cells, what volume of virus will you need for your
project? You will need 1.0 ml of virus. So, based on this simple definition of MOI,
you would expect that if your MOI was one, then each cell would be infected by one virus. But the reality is not as simple! Why? Imagine yourself throwing 100 tennis balls
into a room that has 100 buckets. Theoretically, there is one ball for every
bucket. But in reality, the chance of every bucket
getting 1 ball is very low! There are other factors to consider, such
as do the buckets have backboards that would make it easier to make the shot? Similarly, there are factors that can affect
how easily viruses can infect their target cells, such as the current state of your cell
line – whether it is dividing or non-dividing, the characteristics of the virus – whether
it is a lentivirus or adenovirus, the transduction efficiency, and your application – whether
you are transducing a packaging cell line for virus production or a stable cell line
for protein production. For example, if the cell is in a non-dividing
state, a higher MOI may be needed to achieve optimal transduction efficiency. This is the case when infecting neuronal cells
such as SH-SY5Y with lentiviruses for gene delivery where a much higher MOI of 10-50
can be required. On the other hand, when it comes to infecting
insect cells such as Sf9 cells with baculovirus for viral production, a low MOI of

How to Hibernate your Ants | Ant Care Tutorial #1

How to Hibernate your Ants | Ant Care Tutorial #1


Hi, guys it’s Ants Britania Today i’m going to show. You how to effectively hibernate your ants in your own home Today’s video is starring litany, my camponotus ligny perdus queen So i like to break aunt hibernation, down into three timescales slowing Sleeping and speeding Slowing is essentially slowing your hands down By gradually reducing the temperature of their nest or form aquarium over the course of a week? The sleeping is basically the duration, and that the ants will hibernate for Some ants will hibernate for three months others can, hibernate for over six months Be sure to do your hibernation research on your hands or ask, myself in the comments speeding Is essentially waking your hands up from hibernation By raising the temperatures of their setup This, is the most exciting sign for an and keeper as your ants will be fully active once again So let me walk you through the steps to successfully hibernating your ant colonies step 1 gradually, lowering the temperature over the duration of a week do this until you have required the correct hibernation temperature step 2 Apply, extra comfort for your queen and colony here i am seeing adding red film Around, my queen as most ants struggle to see the color red This creates a slight darkness for the ants step 3 It’s time to place your colony into hibernation Here i am keeping my ants in a closed, ville wooden box step four Checking on your ant colony on a monthly, basis This is to ensure they are, still being hibernated at the correct temperatures Every month during hibernation, i like to take my hands out of their hibernation Box and give them a small source of energy So therefore step five is supplying your colony with a source of energy or sugar So i will briefly show. You now how to make a natural sugar source using a tangerine For this you will require a tangerine cutting, board and a kitchen knife Now please be careful, when using a kitchen knife as sometimes they can be extremely sharp Okay, now it’s time to gently feed your colony with your created, sugar source i think ligny is enjoying that homemade juice Be sure to clean up any leftover, juice that was not consumed After the hibernation period has passed it’s time for step 6 removing your colony from their hibernation box And for the final, step step 7 you will need to gradually increase the temperature of your set up over the period of a week and When you have finally increased the temperature you have successfully and effectively hibernated your hands Well done guys so i hope you enjoyed this tutorial, guys i’d like to thank ligny for Participating in the demonstrations if you liked, this video and want to see more be sure to hit the subscribe button to join the colony i upload videos every weekend so be sure to keep an eye on and As always hit the blue ant to check out, my channel and to see my other videos have a great weekend Guys, and i will see you in the next one?