Anaconda Enters Chicken Coup to Feed, Catches 2 Birds at Same Time

Anaconda Enters Chicken Coup to Feed, Catches 2 Birds at Same Time

Anaconda enters chicken coup to feed. Natural predators of birds. ★Behind-the-scenes of Reptile Channel★: Camcorder http://amzn.to/2AESodT Portable light source http://amzn.to/2yWhLe8 Clip for attaching light source http://amzn.to/2yz8nsj Dinosaurs (educational): 36-inch Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton http://amzn.to/2zHuSgn Tyrannosaurus Rex Toy http://amzn.to/2yznUbS Dig It Up! Tyrannosaurus Rex http://amzn.to/2yyXaYJ Dinosaur fossil casts: Velociraptor Dinosaur Skull (Recreation) http://amzn.to/2zF5tG3 Velociraptor Slashing Claw 2988 http://amzn.to/2yyhJVg VELOCIRAPTOR Dinosaur Claw Replica - (NOT REAL FOSSIL) #245 http://amzn.to/2jodwAM TYRANNOSAURUS REX T-Rex Dinosaur TOOTH CAST #53 http://amzn.to/2yyRVbw Really good books on monitor lizards: Monitor lizards as pets http://amzn.to/2hqAIud National Geographic on lizards http://amzn.to/2zJcV0Z Lizards: Windows to the Evolution of Diversity http://amzn.to/2AGquht Awesome reptile videos: NOVA: Lizard Kings http://amzn.to/2yx1PdZ Bill Nye the Science Guy: Reptiles http://amzn.to/2zDRtfy V: The Final Battle http://amzn.to/2ibN1uX Novelties: T.Rex Toilet Paper Holder http://amzn.to/2yyAEiO Velociraptor Vinyl Decal Sticker http://amzn.to/2zF1Zn3 Since we're asked how we shoot our videos, above are recommended affiliate links of the equipment we use, plus really cool stuff we bought or recommend and want to share with other reptile enthusiasts. • • • Video for online degree programs, bachelor degree accreditation, and biostatistics for reptile feeding behavior, and degree in zoology. Video taken on April 8, 2007 of an Anaconda eating feeder chicks The green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) is the largest snake in the world by weight, and the second longest. This video focuses on the science of snake behavior to support a master's thesis. Video is for citation for junior high school, high school science reports. Shows the hunting strategy of a large constrictor, locating small prey by scent, using tongue. Video demonstrates that large constrictors have a preference for small prey as an opportunity for calories regardless of size, and regardless of assumptions made by researchers for exclusitivity of large food sources. Also, please note the 'pterygoid walk' of snake's jaws over small prey. Quadrate bones at back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. Unlike a mammalian jaw which is built for brute chewing or biting force -- as you can see in this video -- a snake's jaws are connected with tendons and ligaments that gives it maneuverability. A snake's lower jaw is not joined at the front by a rigid symphysis as mammal jaws are, but by an elastic ligament that allows the two halves to spread apart, connected in front by an elastic ligament. Each half of lower jaw moves independently. Quadrate bones at the back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws, are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. Jaws of snakes do not dislocate. One of the enduring myths of snake feeding mechanisms is that the jaws detach. They stay connected all the time. As seen in the video, the two lower jaws move independently of one another. The quadrate bone is not rigidly attached to the skull, but articulates with the skull at one end and is therefore free moving. Video shows the “transport cycle” to get the feeder chicks into the python's stomach. Called a pterygoid walk, the python opens its jaw and alternately ratchets its upper jaw over the surface of the meal, in turn “walking” its mouth over and around the prey. Filmed with the University of Guadalajara for Biological and Agricultural Sciences, the division of Biological and Environmental Science Division, at the department of Botany and Zoology.

Electric fan guard bird trap

Electric fan guard bird trap

very very simple trigger system 선풍기망을 이용한 참새덫

Massive Bird Migration Movement December 9, 2013 on DeTect's AHAS Bird Radar System

Massive Bird Migration Movement December 9, 2013 on DeTect's AHAS Bird Radar System

The US Air Force Avian Hazard Advisory System (AHAS, www.usahas.com), developed and operated by DeTect, captured a massive bird migration movement December 9th on the US National Service Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) radar. According to DeTect's radar ornithologists, the birds tracked were likely Tundra swans or Eared grebes or a combination of both and can be seen as video in time lapse, processed NEXRAD radar images moving southwards off the marshes of the Great Salt lake in Utah.

Brave Woodpecker vs Snake!!!

Brave Woodpecker vs  Snake!!!

Brave wood pecker attacks a snake that was eating its eggs.

Snake attack: internet cafe patrons surprised by snake, all hell breaks loose - TomoNews

Snake attack: internet cafe patrons surprised by snake, all hell breaks loose - TomoNews

WISET CHAI CHAN DISTRICT, ANG THONG, THAILAND — A group of users at an internet cafe in Thailand got the fright of their lives when an unexpected customer showed up at the door. Security camera footage captured on April 8 shows the moment the rat snake enters the room and immediately causes chaos in the cafe. It jumped through the door and slithered around the room as the poor patrons tried to get on top of chairs and turned the place upside down trying to escape. Multiple camera angles reveal the snake’s aggressive attempts try to bite one patron’s backside, as well as how the slithery reptile sprang through the gap the second it saw an opening. Luckily for the jumpy patrons, rat snakes are not venomous, and as their name suggests, they typically feast on rodents and birds, suffocating them using their killer constriction technique. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

Bird Trap - How To Make Spring Net Bird Trap That Works 100% - Catch Two Birds At A Time

Bird Trap - How To Make Spring Net Bird Trap That Works 100% - Catch Two Birds At A Time

This tutorial Shows how to make a spring net trap for bird at home. This is an amazing trap works great for small to large birds. The trap is capable of catching a large number of birds species and even multi birds at a time. #Birds #Animaltrap #Birdtrap #Birdnet

Black Mamba Stalking Birds 01 Stock Footage

Black Mamba Stalking Birds 01 Stock Footage

Website 01: http://www.ojatrovisuals.com/ Website 02: http://ojatro.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ojatro Google: https://plus.google.com/+ojatro/posts Black mambas, when not hungry or agitated, are very curious animals, always keeping a keen eye on their surroundings. It is not uncommon for a non hungry mamba to move into close proximity of a potential prey animal, like the bird’s nest with chicks in this video. The snake investigates with extrema curiosity. The young birds are quit unaware of the danger, hence, they act with excitement, expecting food from the deadly snake. The parent bird on the other hand understand the true danger their chicks are facing and therefore they attack and fend off the deadly intruder. The Black Mamba moves on after its curiosity has been satisfied, and it might remember this available food source and return when hungry. In general, black mambas feed mostly on smaller warm blooded mammals, such as rats, mice, hyraxes and even bush babies. Mambas are agile enough to ambush and catch birds and bats out of the air and do so frequently in trees or near water holes. Mambas do feed occasionally on other reptiles, such as lizards and venomous snakes, including puff adders and cobras. After ingestion, powerful acids digest the prey, sometimes within eight to 12 hours depending on its surrounding temperature. Black Mamba stalking birds was filmed by Heiko Kiera aka Ojatro in 2009.

Anaconda Enters Pig Pen--Eats Pig

Anaconda Enters Pig Pen--Eats Pig

Feeding day for a large hungry anaconda. Anacondas are truly giant snakes. Video taken on June 9, 2017 of a large Anaconda eating a feeder pig. The green anaconda (Eunectes murinus) is the largest snake in the world by weight, and the second longest. Animation in video shows a snake's lower jaw is not joined by an elastic ligament at the front (chin) that allows the two halves to spread apart, connected in front by an elastic ligament. Each half of lower jaw moves independently. Quadrate bones at the back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws, are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. This allows ingestion of large prey such as this pig. Video for online degree programs, bachelor degree accreditation, and biostatistics for reptile feeding behavior; and degrees in zoology. Shows the pterygoid walk of snake's jaws. Quadrate bones at back of snake's skulls at attachment points to lower jaws are not rigidly attached. They pivot allowing vertical and horizontal rotation. This allows ingestion of large prey such as this pig. This video focuses on the science of snake behavior to support a master's thesis. Video is for citation for junior high school, high school science reports. Super-sized meals such as this pig do not intimidate snakes. Unlike a mammalian jaw which is built for brute chewing or biting force -- as you can see in this video -- a snake's jaws are connected with tendons and ligaments that gives it a gymnast's flexibility. Jaws of snakes do not dislocate. One of the enduring myths of snake feeding mechanisms is that the jaws detach. They stay connected all the time. As seen in the video, the two lower jaws move independently of one another. The quadrate bone is not rigidly attached to the skull, but articulates with the skull at one end and is therefore free moving. Video shows the “transport cycle” to get the pig into the python's belly. Called a pterygoid walk, the python opens its jaw and alternately ratchets its upper jaw over the surface of the meal, in turn “walking” its mouth over and around the prey. Filmed with the University of Guadalajara for Biological and Agricultural Sciences, the division of Biological and Environmental Science Division, at the department of Botany and Zoology.

Falcon vs Raven in Slow Motion | Slow Mo | Earth Unplugged

Falcon vs Raven in Slow Motion | Slow Mo | Earth Unplugged

It's Birds vs Machine as Duncan Barbour and the VampyreBATT try to stay ahead of Lloyd Buck's beautiful peregrine and raven, for Si to catch some amazing aerial footage. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged Taken from Slow Motion #25 - Original and stunning high definition slow motion footage of animals and their actions. Slow Motion: http://bit.ly/EarthUnpluggedSlowMotionTimelapse Expeditions: http://bit.ly/EarthUnpluggedExpeditionsAndLocationFilms Questions with Maddie: http://bit.ly/BigQuestionsWithMaddieMoate Wilderness Sessions: http://bit.ly/WildernessSessionsFilms Welcome to Earth Unplugged! We make films about the incredible natural world, we investigate the conundrums, quirks and beautiful science of our amazing planet, delving into the BBC vaults and mixing it up with our own stuff to take a brand new look at Earth. Want to share your views with the team? Join our fan panel: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a page from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-details.asp

Giant Spiders Kill Death And Eat Snake, Cobra hunting Fail | King Cobra Big Battle In The Desert

Giant Spiders Kill Death And Eat Snake, Cobra hunting Fail | King Cobra Big Battle In The Desert

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