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1. O fracasso não é o Fim - OFICIAL - Ingrid & Daiane (Composição: Adrianno Mendes)

  • Duration: 281
  • Channel: news
O fracasso não é o Fim - OFICIAL - Ingrid & Daiane (Composição: Adrianno Mendes)

O fracasso não é o Fim - OFICIAL - Ingrid & Daiane (Composição: Adrianno Mendes)


2. Crème visage hydratante pour les peaux à tendance grasses

  • Duration: 541
  • Channel: lifestyle
Crème visage hydratante pour les peaux à tendance grasses

Crème visage hydratante pour les peaux à tendance grasses



4. How To Make Rope From Grass Easy Method

  • Duration: 161
  • Channel: fun
How To Make Rope From Grass Easy Method

Rope is one of the most valuable items to have in the wilderness, and this ancient method of creating it produces very good results. Even today some commercially made ropes are wound with the same process. Other natural fibers can be used to create rope some being much stronger than grass, and this method will work equally as well with any other flexible material. Grass does tend to become brittle when dry which could weaken this rope, but even then it does maintain some strength. In moderate humidity weakness from drying should not become an issue at all. Note that for best results, each of the two tails of the rope should be twisted an equal number of turns as they're wound. That will ensure that the two coils wind around one another tightly and in a double helix pattern. If one side is twisted less than the other it will tend to stay straight, while the more twisted side coils around it like a spring. When I first started winding the rope in the video you can see I didn't do a very good job twisting both strands evenly for the first few inches, and one side was coiled more than the other. Try to avoid that, as it will be a weak point. If you would like to support my videos on Patreon it would be greatly appreciated! You can view my page and make a pledge here: https://www.patreon.com/NightHawkProjectstyh Special thanks to user 'Niks' for their pledge!


5. Le Parcours de Fawaz Gruosi de GRISOGONO

  • Duration: 227
  • Channel: shortfilms
Le Parcours de  Fawaz Gruosi de GRISOGONO

Le Parcours de Fawaz Gruosi de GRISOGONO Le Parcours d'un créateur passionné. Il est l’âme de la Maison. Son fondateur et son créateur. Son empreinte audacieuse se dessine dans chacune des pièces créées pour de GRISOGONO. Pour Fawaz Gruosi, tout a commencé un jour de 1952… www.degrisogono.com http://www.lepost.fr/perso/tendance-joaillerie/prive/ http://tendancemagazine.over-blog.com/ http://tendance-magazine.blogspot.com/


6. De Grisogono « l’équilibre du déséquilibre »

  • Duration: 98
  • Channel: creation
De Grisogono « l’équilibre du déséquilibre »

Icy Diamonds « Icy Diamonds » ou « l’équilibre du déséquilibre » Le diamant blanc ou fancy white est opalescent et translucide, il est rarement opaque. Il contient une myriade de cavités dues à des conditions de croissance particulières. Si l’on compare cette formation à celle d’un diamant « normal », on ne peut que constater qu’il s’agit là d’une « pierre à défauts». Mais elle est, de par son homogénéité, le résultat d’un déséquilibre parfait. Tous les diamants sont métastables, c’est-à-dire, qu’ils ne pourraient pas se former dans les conditions qui règnent à la surface de la planète. Il a fallu qu’ils remontent à la surface à très grande vitesse (mach 2) afin de ne pas être altérés au contact des roches. C’est un des miracles de la nature. www.degrisogono.com http://www.tendancemagazine.com


7. de GRISOGONO Lancement be Eight Ladies Londres 2006

  • Duration: 148
  • Channel: shortfilms
de GRISOGONO Lancement be Eight Ladies Londres 2006

LONDON’S MOST STYLISH ‘LADIES’ JOINED THE INSPIRATIONAL FAWAZ GRUOSI AT NOBU TO CELEBRATE THE LAUNCH OF DE GRISOGONO’S LATEST WATCH ‘ BE EIGHT’ WHO ATTENDED: Camilla Al Fayed, Christina Estrada, Meredith Ostrom, Tamara Beckwith, Caroline Stanbury, Gyunel Boateng, Elizabeth Salzman, Laura Comfort, Lisa Tchenguiz, Karen Millen, Charlotte Stockdale and special guest NADJA AUERMANN to name a few…. la suite dans: www.degrisogono.com http://www.lepost.fr/perso/tendance-joaillerie/prive/ http://tendancemagazine.over-blog.com/ http://tendance-magazine.blogspot.com/


8. de GRISOGONO CHOISIT HONG KONG

  • Duration: 57
  • Channel: creation
de GRISOGONO CHOISIT HONG KONG

de GRISOGONO ouvre une deuxième boutique à Hong Kong en août. Un nouvel écrin luxueux aux accents baroques qui reflète avec justesse toute la magie et l’inventivité des créations joaillières et horlogères de la marque fondée par Fawaz Gruosi en 1993, à Genève. www.degrisogono.com http://www.lepost.fr/perso/tendance-joaillerie/prive/ http://tendancemagazine.over-blog.com/ http://tendance-magazine.blogspot.com/


9. Calico critters twin and triple set, bunk bed set

  • Duration: 993
  • Channel: tv
Calico critters twin and triple set, bunk bed set

+Sisters Loft Bed\r Perfect bed set for Critter girls! Includes bed, mattress/pillow, blanket, built-in cabinet with mirror, storage drawer, clothes hanging rod, 2 hangers, and moveable ladder.\r\r+Triple Baby Bunk Beds\r Calico babies love their cozy beds! Beds can be positioned in 3 fun ways. Stack them like bunk beds, arrange them like a pyramid, or simply use them as 3 separate beds. Complete with mattresses/pillows, blankets & 2 climbing ladders.\r\r+Border Collie Twins\r Cameron likes playing with his sister in the Baby Discovery Forest. He loves the rides, especially the baby see saw and carousel! Carly loves crawling around the house and following her mother around. She also likes being in the garden where she can see all the pretty flowers, birds and butterflies.\r\r+Pickleweeds Hedgehog Twins\r Hazel likes to make a lot of noise! She loves banging on the cymbals of her fathers drum set. Honey really likes playing in his fathers mail bags and throwing envelopes in the air. He tends to make a big mess!\r\r+Hopscotch Rabbit Twins\r Hopper Hopscotch never tires of running around and cannot remain still for a second. His twin sister Honey is totally opposite - she loves to play quietly on the grass and can spend hours entertaining herself with flowers, birds and butterflies.\r\r+Yellow Labrador Twins\r Marley loves playing in the baby pool with his twin sister. They like going down the slide and making a big splash into the water. Shiloh loves being the center of attention and getting her picture taken.\r\r+Wilder Panda Bear Twins\r Baby Patsy loves to sing and hopes she will be in a musical one day. Paul is the opposite of his sister-he is very quiet and loves picture books and drawing.\r\r+Calico critters The Chocolate Labrador Triplets\r Dylan is energetic and loves to jump around all day. Helena loves to sing! Her family wakes up to her singing a new song each morning. Piper Jane is always smiling and happy. She is very fun to be around and she always tries to make you laugh.\r\r+Calico Critters Spotter Meerkat Triplets\r Penelope loves being outside and riding her tricycle. Peter is a fantastic brother and is always looking after his sisters. Patricia can spend the whole day playing in the baby sandbox!\r\r+Tuxedo Cat Triplets\r Peppermint is very sweet and likes making new friends everywhere she goes! Midnight can sleep for hours at a time. When he wakes up, he is full of energy and loves to play tag. Angelica enjoys playing quietly with her toys and dolls. She is also very curious and likes to ask her mother questions about anything and everything!\r\rTwitter: \r\rMusic: Clowning around by Audionautix Deliberate Thought by Kevin MacLeod


10. fate mcfate - At Despair

  • Duration: 81
  • Channel: music
fate mcfate - At Despair

My banner was with no oil the ointment alter had rusted of the dripping tears. In sack clothes, I lamented face down before the death valley in the open dry dusty desert. The sun darkened the moon had covered its face in blood the stars no more shown. Songs of laments took the throne of my praises. Oh! Alas! A faint wind begun to blow rustling over the carcasses of dry grasses. Along the monuments of a river bank, the east tarned, the clouds whitened, the blue sky brightened a wet breeze tend to rejuvenate the river valley. A dry fig tree looked me in the eye and questioned me ''can you add your life a second? '' The sun rose high to hear the moon and stars graciously awoke the birds of air, serpents of the bushes crickets of the thickets, greens of the dusts. ''Do we not eat yet we toil not? Is it not your God who provides? '' My heart fumed of fury as all awaited to hear me say, '' The lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.'' fate mcfate http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/at-despair/


11. Robert Rorabeck - Extremities Of Love

  • Duration: 78
  • Channel: music
Robert Rorabeck - Extremities Of Love

If you saw me before baseball, Would you hold my hand, and would you say that We could now be Friends, before all of this hibiscus, or the weathered Ways home Just for virgins toward their grandmothers: As this is just as song, Or a broken place: with its mouth filled with Echoing and Broken glass, As the fireworks at first burned the grass With their over expensive love that I was really fond Of: but then the holiday was over with And lost amidst the un glorified placed where Most of us tend to live: Like vampires, like werewolves, in those Eternal carnivals that forever give and give- As we take our place amidst the motions of the Killers and their husbands- as the lotus’s Stick around the palmettos of the yard: and the orange Groves tend to go on forever, And the beasts yawn in the sunlight towards their Extremities of love. Robert Rorabeck http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/extremities-of-love/


12. Green Song | Colors Songs | Learn Colors | Many More Popular Nursery Rhymes for Children by KidsCamp

  • Duration: 3510
  • Channel: tv
Green Song | Colors Songs | Learn Colors | Many More Popular Nursery Rhymes for Children by KidsCamp

The Best of KidsCamp Nursery Rhymes Collection is here! \rSUBSCRIBE: Check Out the BEST Nursery Rhymes Compilation from Kidscamp\r Grass, Trees, Leaves and Vegetables!! What else is Green?!! Learn all about the Green Color and Many More Colors with Elly and Eva! Sing along to the AWESOME Popular Nursery Rhymes Collection by KidsCamp!\rTRACK LIST\r00:00 Green Song\r01:33 Blue Song\r03:13 Yellow Song\r04:14 Colors Song (Purple)\r06:04 Three Little Kittens\r07:35 Jungle Song\r09:31 ABC Song - Sing with me - Rock Version - \r10:17 ABC Song Flower Version\r11:37 Finger Family (NEW)\r13:40 A is Apple Pie\r16:58 Sounds of the Animals\r19:33 Old Finger Family\r21:10 ABC Phonics Song\r22:54 Peas Porridge Hot\r24:11 Circle Song\r25:32 Humpty Dumpty\r26:46 Itsy Bitsy Spider\r28:16 Baa Baa Black Sheep\r29:17 Five Little Speckled Frogs\r32:00 Horsey Horsey\r33:25 I love my Little Kitty\r34:34 The Bear went over the Mountain\r36:09 ABC flower Song\r37:29 Counting 1 to 10 Song\r39:14 Five Little ducks\r40:50 Five Little Monkeys\r43:43 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star\r45:12 Old MacDonald had a Farm\r47:09 Jack and Jill\r48:28 Ringa Ringa Roses\r49:40 Rock a bye Baby\r50:52 Mary had a Little Lamb\r52:38 London Bridge is falling down\r54:40 Hot Cross Buns\r55:46 Hickory Dickory Dock\r57:25 One Two Buckle my Shoe\r58:47 Ive been working on the Railroad\r01:00:57 Im a Little Snowman\r01:02:27 Whats in the Sky\r01:04:38 Farmer in the Dell\r01:06:19 Here we go round the Mulberry Bush\r01:07:41 My Bonnie lies over the Ocean\r01:09:12 Star Light Star Bright\r01:10:53 Little Miss Muffet\r01:11:53 Little Boy Blue\r01:13:07 Oranges and Lemons\r01:14:33 Animal Fair\r01:16:06 Its Raining Its pouring\r01:17:19 Yankee Doodle\r01:18:28 Handy Spandy\r\rSubscribe to WATCH More Childrens Favorite Nursery Rhymes - \r\rVoice: Isabella\rMusic Composer: Melvyn Mendes\rAnimation: Shahaji, Mandar and Jay\rBackground Artist: Kiran\rLyrics: Mayuri Shrotri\rVisual Composition: Gabriel Franklin\rProduction House: YoBoHo New Media Pvt. Ltd.


13. Aisha Sherazi - A Mother's Seed of Love

  • Duration: 120
  • Channel: music
Aisha Sherazi - A Mother's Seed of Love

A seed has been planted in my heart by you. It grows and grows, and continues to flourish. It makes my soul feel like a garden. A garden unlike any other. A garden where flowers smell fresh and sweet. A garden where grass is greener than the greenest leaf. How long can you tend this garden my child? How long can you be mine? Shall I wait ‘til you grow up? Or should I draw a line? A line from now to prepare myself, For pain that’s coming up? When you grow up and show me then, That you can hold your cup? That you can read to yourself, That you can write your name? That you can ride your bicycle, Make up your own game? That you won’t need to tend this garden, For very long? That you will grow a garden of your own, That has its own song? But maybe, and here’s my wish, Perhaps I may be wrong, Maybe you will not forget, The magic of our song? It will be a strength to you, In times of trouble dear, And you’ll always value me, And know I am so near. Know my prayers are with you, For now and ever, true, And I’ll take comfort in the fact, I did right by you. There is a garden that awaits me, For this work I do, One that sets me free from pain. Of loving you so much, And giving you what I can, Giving you my gentle touch. So fear not, this love is pure, As pure as God has made it, Dear son, in this you can be sure, I love you, don’t forget it. Aisha Sherazi http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/a-mother-s-seed-of-love/


14. Anonymous Americas - In Snow-Time

  • Duration: 104
  • Channel: music
Anonymous Americas - In Snow-Time

How should I chose to walk the world with thee, Mine own beloved? When green grass is stirred By summer breezes, and each leafy tree Shelters the nest of many a singing bird? In time of roses, when the earth doth lie Dressed in a garment of midsummer hues, Beneath a canopy of sapphire sky, Lulled by a soft wind's song? Or should I choose To walk with thee along a wintry road, Through flowerless fields, thick-sown with frosty rime, Beside an ice-bound stream, whose waters flowed In voiceless music all the summer-time? In winter dreariness, or summer glee, How should I choose to walk the world with thee? The time of roses is the time of love, Ah, my dear heart! but winter fires are bright, And in the lack of sunshine from above We tend more carefully love's sacred light. The path among the roses lieth soft, Sun-kissed and radiant under youthful feet; But on a wintry way true hands more oft Do meet and cling in pressure close and sweet. There is more need of love's supporting arm Along life's slippery pathway, in its frost; There is more need for love to wrap us warm Against life's cold, when summer flowers are lost. Let others share thy life's glad summer glow, But let me walk beside thee in its snow. Anonymous Americas http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/in-snow-time/


15. Wheels On The Bus Go Round and Round | Learn Colors | Popular Nursery Rhymes for Kids by TeeheeTown

  • Duration: 3510
  • Channel: tv
Wheels On The Bus Go Round and Round | Learn Colors | Popular Nursery Rhymes for Kids by TeeheeTown

Click here for more fun kids songs: \rWheels on the Bus Go Round and Round, your favorite song is here with awesome Colors for Kids to help them Learn Colors!!! Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange and Red Color Buses for everyone! Popular Nursery Rhymes Collection with Len and Mini in Teehee Town!\r\rLyrics for you to sing along:\r\rMini: Len! Are you ready for a Fun Bus ride!\rLen: Yes! Lets Hop on Board!\rMini: WOW! So many Buses!\rLen: Yes, there are Five!\rYellow, Blue, Red, Green and Orange in Teehee Town!\r\rHere comes your favorite song,\rCome sing along!\rHop on the Big Fun Yellow Bus!\rYellow like the Sun!\r\rThe Wheels on the Bus go,\rRound and Round,\rRound and Round,\rRound and Round,\rThe Wheels on the Bus go,\rRound and Round,\rAll through the Town!\r\rJump up Boys and Girls!\rSing along with us!\rIts Raining, Its Beautiful,\rGet on the Blue Bus!\r\rBlue like the Sky!\r\rThe wipers on the Bus go\rSwish, swish, swish,\rSwish, swish, swish,\rSwish, swish, swish,\rThe wipers on the Bus go\rSwish, swish, swish,\rAll through the Town!\r\rThrough the valleys and the hills,\rUp and down,\rRed bus is here in Teehee Town!\r\rRed like the Apples!\rThe Horn on the Bus goes,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rThe Horn on the Bus goes,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rAll through the Town!\r\rSo many Colors, \rHave you seen,\rHop on board, Come along,\rIn the Bus Green!\r\rThe Grass is Green!\r\rThe Headlights of the bus go,\rOn and Off,\rOn and Off,\rOn and Off,\rThe Headlights of the bus go,\rOn and Off,\rAll through the Town!\r\rAll Around the World,\rThe Wheels go Round,\rGet on the Orange Bus of Teehee Town!\r\rSo many Buses in Teehee Town,\rOur Favorite Song,\rCome sing along,\rWasnt this fun ?\rIn Teehee Town,\rAll Day Long!\r\r:)\r\rTracklist\r00:00 Wheels On The Bus Color Song\r02:38 Wheels On The Bus\r05:33 Three Little Kittens \r07:07 Six little ducks\r08:48 Number Song Remix\r11:03 Finger Family Song\r12:27 ABC Song\r13:34 Colors Song\r16:09 Old Macdonald had a Farm\r18:31 Continent Song\r20:39 Five Speckled Frogs\r22:45 Baa Baa Black sheep\r24:42 Wheels On The Bus\r27:36 Rain Rain Go Away\r29:29 Humpty Dumpty\r31:20 Twinkle Twinkle little Star\r33:16 If You Are Happy\r35:09 ABC Phonics\r39:07 Colors Song Remix\r41:59 Jack And Jill\r42:55 Alphabet Song\r44:05 Numbers Song\r46:22 ABC Alphabet song\r01:00:36 End Slide\r01:00:39 END\r\r\rVoice: Mayuri & Melvyn\rMusic Composer: Melvyn Mendes\rAnimation: Sampath, Vishruta, Amol and Atul\rBackground Artist: K. K\rVisual Composition: Gabriel Franklin\rLyrics: Mayuri Shrotri\rProduction: YoBoHo New Media. Pvt. Ltd.


16. Roann Mendriq - Flourish like the flowers

  • Duration: 74
  • Channel: music
Roann Mendriq - Flourish like the flowers

On my way to work each day, I pass a stretch of wasted land; Where wicked weeds are lead astray, growing wildly and unplanned. The sunbaked earth is parched and dried, the barren scene is bleak; The grass has withered up and died, Downtrodden, wilted and weak. The monsoons then descended, in a torrential outburst; And overnight the land was mended, by quenching it's great thirst. I thought I must be dreaming, when I saw that green expanse; Green velvet waves were gleaming, and they held me in a trance. Birds flocked to bath in cool, clear ponds, Their song, on pause, to drink; Flowers kissed the leafy fronds, green speckled in pure pink. Our lives could be that wasted land, reborn in the rainshowers; If only we could trust His Hand, and flourish like the flowers. Roann Mendriq http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/flourish-like-the-flowers/


17. Wheels on the Bus | Learn Colors | Nursery Rhymes for Children by Teehee Town

  • Duration: 162
  • Channel: tv
Wheels on the Bus | Learn Colors | Nursery Rhymes for Children by Teehee Town

Sing along to Wheels on the Bus as you learn your Colors at Teehee Town! \r\rBe a part of the Teehee Town family for lots more nursery rhymes and learning songs for kids SUBSCRIBE: \r\rLyrics:\r\rMini: Len! Are you ready for a Fun Bus ride!\rLen: Yes! Lets Hop on Board!\rMini: WOW! So many Buses!\rLen: Yes, there are Five!\rYellow, Blue, Red, Green and Orange in Teehee Town!\r\rHere comes your favorite song,\rCome sing along!\rHop on the Big Fun Yellow Bus!\rYellow like the Sun!\r\rThe Wheels on the Bus go,\rRound and Round,\rRound and Round,\rRound and Round,\rThe Wheels on the Bus go,\rRound and Round,\rAll through the Town!\r\rJump up Boys and Girls!\rSing along with us!\rIts Raining, Its Beautiful,\rGet on the Blue Bus!\r\rBlue like the Sky!\r\rThe wipers on the Bus go\rSwish, swish, swish,\rSwish, swish, swish,\rSwish, swish, swish,\rThe wipers on the Bus go\rSwish, swish, swish,\rAll through the Town!\r\rThrough the valleys and the hills,\rUp and down,\rRed bus is here in Teehee Town!\r\rRed like the Apples!\rThe Horn on the Bus goes,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rThe Horn on the Bus goes,\rBeep, Beep, Beep,\rAll through the Town!\r\rSo many Colors, \rHave you seen,\rHop on board, Come along,\rIn the Bus Green!\r\rThe Grass is Green!\r\rThe Headlights of the bus go,\rOn and Off,\rOn and Off,\rOn and Off,\rThe Headlights of the bus go,\rOn and Off,\rAll through the Town!\r\rAll Around the World,\rThe Wheels go Round,\rGet on the Orange Bus of Teehee Town!\r\rSo many Buses in Teehee Town,\rOur Favorite Song,\rCome sing along,\rWasnt this fun ?\rIn Teehee Town,\rAll Day Long!\r\r:)\r\rVoice: Mayuri & Melvyn\rMusic Composer: Melvyn Mendes\rAnimation: Sampath, Vishruta, Amol and Atul\rBackground Artist: K. K\rVisual Composition: Gabriel Franklin\rLyrics: Mayuri Shrotri\rProduction: YoBoHo New Media. Pvt. Ltd.


18. Grey Partridge and Jungle Bush Quail in grassland

  • Duration: 95
  • Channel: travel
Grey Partridge and Jungle Bush Quail in grassland

Sariska National Park in Rajasthan has a number of avian surprises in store for the visiting birder. The Grey Partridge (Perdix perdix), also known as the English Partridge, Hungarian Partridge, or Hun, is a gamebird in the pheasant family Phasianidae of the order Galliformes, gallinaceous birds. The species has been successfully introduced to many parts of the world for shooting, including vast areas of North America, where it is most commonly known as Hungarian partridge, or just "Hun". Widespread and common throughout its large range, the Grey Partridge is evaluated as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. This partridge breeds on farmland across most of Europe into western Asia, and has been introduced widely into North America. They are common in some areas of southern Canada and the northern United States. The Grey Partridge is a rotund bird, 28--32 cm (11--13 in) long, brown-backed, with grey flanks and chest. The belly is white, usually marked with a large chestnut-brown horse-shoe mark in males, and also in many females. Hens lay up to twenty eggs in a ground nest. The nest is usually in the margin of a cereal field, most commonly Winter wheat. The only major and constant difference between the sexes is the so-called cross of Lorraine on the tertiary coverts of females -- these being marked with two transverse bars, as opposed to the one in males. These are present after around 16 weeks of age when the birds have moulted into adult plumage. Young Grey Partridges are mostly yellow-brown and lack the distinctive face and underpart markings. The song is a harsh kieerr-ik, and when disturbed, like most of the gamebirds, it flies a short distance on rounded wings, often calling rick rick rick as it rises. They are a seed-eating species, but the young in particular take insects as an essential protein supply. During the first 10 days of life, the young can only digest insects. The parents lead their chicks to the edges of cereal fields, where they can forage for insects. They are also a non-migratory terrestrial species, and form flocks outside the breeding season. Though common and not threatened, it appears to be declining in numbers in some areas of intensive cultivation such as Great Britain, probably due to a loss of breeding habitat and possibly food supplies. Their numbers have fallen in these areas by as much as 85% in the last 25 years. Efforts are being made in Great Britain by organizations such as the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust to halt this decline by creating Conservation headlands. In 1995, it was nominated a Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) species. In Ireland, it is now virtually confined to the Lough Boora reserve in County Offaly where a recent conservation project has succeeded in boosting its numbers to 900, raising hopes that it may be reintroduced to the rest of Ireland. The Jungle Bush Quail, or Perdicula asiatica is a species of quail found in Indian Subcontinent, ranging across India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Very different from the female, the male jungle bush quail has a white moustache, heavily barred white underparts, and variegated wings. The female has a uniform, rich chestnut breast and belly. However, both the male and the female have red and white streaks on the head. It is roughly 6.3--7.2 in (16--18 cm) in length and weighs 2--2.85 oz (57--81 g). The diet of the jungle bush quail consists mainly of seeds. particularly of grasses, although it also takes insects. Breeding takes place after the rains and lasts until the onset of colder weather, with the precise period varying across the range; five or six eggs are produced and incubation takes between 16 and 18 days. The species is not globally threatened as it has an extensive range and tends to avoid agricultural areas. The population in Sri Lanka has contracted since the 1950s, but is thought to be widespread and common elsewhere in the range. The jungle bush quail is largely sedentary, although the birds in Nepal are thought to migrate in winter. Source : Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and [email protected]


19. Phish meaning and pronunciation

  • Duration: 157
  • Channel: fun
Phish meaning and pronunciation

Oftened generalized as "granola rockers" or as the band that picked up the mantle of the Grateful Dead, The music of Phish draws from styles and genres including rock (in its loosest sense), jazz, blue grass, funk. Phish has been known to perform in wetsuits, on flying hot dogs, with gospel choirs and using a vacume cleaner. Phish is, first and foremost, a jam band. Concerts are made up of long periods of instrumental rocking and chord progression manipulation and expansion whereas studio versions of songs more often list more "filler" songs (although they are still good) and shortened versions of the huge concert warhorse pieces. Phish is: 1) Trey Anastasio (Lead vocals, Guitar) 2) Mike Gordon (Bass, Vocals) 3) Page McConnel (Anything with a keyboard, Vocals) 4) Jon Fishman (Percussion, Vacume Cleaner) Phish sampler songs (to get you into the band) 1) Run Like An Antelope 2) The Squirming Coil 3) You Enjoy Myself 4) Divided Sky 5) Mike's Song In parallel to their beloved band, Phish fans have a reputation for carrying the mantle of the Dead Heads. This includes following there band on tours, setting up shop in the parking lot, partaking in anything that might enhance the concert experience (particularly, Marijuana, Ecstasy, LSD). Phans, as they have come to be known, can come from any background though. Neo-hippies and those of us who tend to conform a little more can unite at a Phish show. The sense of brotherhood and unity is welcome to anyone who can appreciate good music. Phish stopped playing after their farewell tour Summer of 2006 that culminated in a final show at Coventry, Vermont. Phish definition by Urban Dictionary


20. Rare Black-necked Crane killed by village children, with a catapult

  • Duration: 66
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Rare Black-necked Crane killed by village children, with a catapult

Kids use catapult to hunt endangered bird and show off - Black necked crane The Black-necked Crane or Grus nigricollis is a medium-sized crane in Asia that breeds on the Tibetan Plateau and winters mainly in remote parts of India and Bhutan. It is 139 cm long with a 235 cm wingspan and weighs 5.5 kg. It is whitish-gray, with a black head, red crown patch, black upper neck and legs, and white patch to the rear of the eye. Both sexes are similar. Some populations are known to make seasonal movements. This medium-sized crane is mostly grey with a black head and neck. The lores and crown are naked and dull red. A small patch of white feathers are present below and behind the eye. The tail is black and makes it easy to distinguish at a distance from the similar looking Common Crane which has grey tail. The Black-necked Crane summers mainly in the high altitude Tibetan Plateau. The breeding areas are alpine meadows, lakeside and riverine marshes and river valleys. They also make use of barley and wheat fields in these areas. Wintering areas tend to be in sheltered valleys or lower altitudes. Currently, the Black-necked Crane winters in small numbers in two valleys of western Arunachal Pradesh, India. These are Sangti and Zemithang. Black-necked Cranes forage on the ground in small groups, often with one bird acting as a sentinel. In winter, the groups arrive and leave the feeding grounds together, but may split into family groups, each group keeping their own small feeding territories in a big marshes or fields. They feed on the tubers of sedges, plant roots, earthworms, insects and other invertebrates, frogs and other small vertebrates. They may also feed on fallen grains of barley, oats and buckwheat and will sometimes dig up and feed on potatoes, carrots and turnips. Their loud trumpeting calls are similar to those of other cranes. The Black-necked Crane is evaluated as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. These birds are very wary, but in some areas they are accustomed to the local people who do not disturb them. These cranes appear to be able to distinguish people in traditional dress and are especially wary of others. The estimated population of the Black-necked Crane is between 8800 and 11000 individuals. These birds are legally protected in China, India and Bhutan. However habitat modification, drying of lakes and agriculture are threats to the populations. In many areas, dogs belonging to herders are a major threat to young birds. Collisions with power lines have been another cause of mortality in some areas. Eggs may also be preyed on by ravens that may use the opportunity provided when humans disturb the parents. The drying of wetlands can cause increased accessibility of the nests leading to predation while a rise in the water level can submerge nests. Loss and degradation of habitat are the main threats facing the Black-necked Cranes. The problems are most serious in the wintering areas, where wetlands are extensively affected by human activity including irrigation, dam construction, draining, and grazing pressure. Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. A World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world's Great One-horned Rhinoceroses. Kaziranga boasts the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006. The park is home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer. Kaziranga is recognized as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International for conservation of avifaunal species. Compared to other protected areas in India, Kaziranga has achieved notable success in wildlife conservation. Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity hotspot, the park combines high species diversity and visibility. Kaziranga is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra, and the park includes numerous small bodies of water. Kaziranga has been the theme of several books, songs, and documentaries. The park celebrated its centennial in 2005 after its establishment in 1905 as a reserve forest. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and [email protected]