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2019-06-18

Wild Life Build The Most Beautiful Bamboo Swimming Pool Around Luxury Villa house by ancient skills
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Build The Most Beautiful Bamboo Swimming Pool Around Luxury Villa house by ancie...

maokosal23

2019-06-11

Wild Life Build a swimming pool in front of a beautiful home
https://youtu.be/F5OFr5MY0rI

Build a swimming pool in front of a beautiful home https://youtu.be/F5OFr5MY0rI

maokosal23

2019-06-08

Wild Life Build Most Amazing Secret Ancient Underground Deep Pool with Underground House
https://youtu.be/Y8xmdgOgR6Y

Build Most Amazing Secret Ancient Underground Deep Pool with Underground House h...

maokosal23

2016-09-11

Wild Life Milk tea drinking ant....

Milk tea drinking ant....

Yuk Man

2015-05-29

Wild Life Google’s Latest Ad Will Break Your Heart into 50 Million Pieces

Animal friendship and frolicking as far as the eye can see

Looks like Google’s been taking notes on Budweiser’s wildly successful ads featuring a puppy and a Clydesdale horse striking up a lifelong friendship. In a new Android commercial developed by ad agency Droga5, the company shows off a bunch of unlikely animal pairings: a kitten and a pair of baby chicks, a cat and a dog, and a dog and a dolphin, among others. The idea hews to the latest Android slogan, “Be Together. Not the Same.” It’s a not-too-subtle dig at the uniformity of Apple’s iPhone line compared to the variability of Android devices. It’s very, very cute. But it may not resonate with consumers. Apple just sold a record number of iPhones in the final quarter of 2014, and one estimate by Kantar Worldpanel says that iOS overtook Android as the leading mobile OS in the U.S. last quarter for the first time since 2012.
Android: Friends Furever

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnVuqfXohxc

Google’s Latest Ad Will Break Your Heart into 50 Million Pieces Animal friend...

Vishal Singh

2015-05-26

Wild Life a shot at lal bagh

a shot at lal bagh

suzerainsalman

2015-03-24

Wild Life

Swetang Patel💙

2015-01-10

Wild Life Scientists Discover New Type Of Ant-Decapitation Behavior In Tiny Flies

A team of scientists working in tropical forests in Brazil has observed a previously unknown type of behavior in tiny, humble-looking flies, and it’s pretty darn disgusting. Several different species within a particular group of phorid flies were found to exhibit “headhunting,” in which females slowly chopped the heads off injured ants, which were significantly larger than the beheaders, using their sharp mouthparts. Talk about adding insult to injury. The fly then drags the head off to a secluded dining area and either gobbles down its delicious contents, or lays an egg next to it so it can feed her hungry offspring. The grisly observations are described in Biodiversity Data Journal.

The Phoridae are a huge and incredibly diverse family of tiny (0.4-6.0 mm), hump-backed flies that look a bit like fruit flies. More than 4,000 species of phorid flies have so far been described, belonging to 230 genera. Although many members are poorly described, some species are well-known for the bizarre, and rather disgusting, behaviors they exhibit. Coffin flies, for example, are so named because they are remarkably talented at getting into sealed places containing decaying matter, including human coffins, and will then use the corpse as a breeding site and nursery ground.

Another truly horrible group of phorid flies is the “ant-decapitating flies.” No prizes for guessing why. But rather than going around chopping ants heads off, these flies inject their eggs into the host’s body, which then hatch and feed inside the ant’s head. Eventually, the poor ant’s head falls off. It’s also thought that the flies could be releasing an enzyme to dissolve the attachment between the head and the rest of the body, thus assisting in the decapitation process. Yummy.

Now, scientists have discovered another related group of phorid flies that also like to decapitate flies, but they do it in a different way. Adult females from the Dohrniphoria genus, which are native to South and Central America, start out the gruesome process by picking on an injured trap-jaw ant. “Ants are nasty, belligerent creatures that often fight each other to the death and leave the injured to die,” said lead author Brian Brown. “These flies have found a small niche to exploit that’s been highly productive.”

The researchers aren’t too sure how these flies become attracted to the crippled ants, but it’s probably due to pheromones wafting from the wounded warrior. After spending several minutes “apparently assessing the degree of incapacitation of the ants,” the fly climbs on the ant and begins the beheading. The fly uses its sharp mouthparts to hack away at the gut, nerve cord and other connections of the head to the rest of the body. After sawing away for several minutes, the fly tugs the ant’s head off and drags it to a secluded spot, up to several meters away, where it will then either dine on its contents or lay an egg nearby so that the larvae can eventually feed on it.

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Scientists Discover New Type Of Ant-Decapitation Behavior In Tiny Flies A tea...

B6 Official

2015-01-22

Wild Life Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary

Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary

aish.vakil

2015-01-22

Wild Life Nilgai @ Kanha National Park,India

Nilgai @ Kanha National Park,India

aish.vakil

2015-01-10

Wild Life

aish.vakil

2015-06-13

Wild Life

aish.vakil

2015-02-13

Wild Life when a wild life arrive the urban world

when a wild life arrive the urban world

Vishal Singh

2014-12-19

Wild Life ;-)

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Nishant walia

2015-06-10

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anuj.loveslife

2014-12-08

Wild Life Amazing video of a Great Horned Owl swimming.

Amazing video of a Great Horned Owl swimming.

legendmichaeljordan

2015-06-10

Wild Life i would like to have one t-shirt which is somehow connected with nature

i would like to have one t-shirt which is somehow connected with nature

PigPig123

2015-05-29

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anuj.loveslife

2015-05-29

Wild Life

anuj.loveslife

2015-05-29

Wild Life

anuj.loveslife