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BUY IT HERE ON ITUNES!!! https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/animals/id940986616?i=940986619 Maroon 5 "Animals" Cover Performed by Living In Fiction Produced and Recorded by: Dan Whittaker and Stetson Whitworth at High Vibe Recordings Video made by Stetson Whitworth Drums Performed by Jesus Avalos Facebook www.facebook.com/livinginfictionband Twitter Living In Fiction @LIFBANDUT Stetson Whitworth @HVRecordings Dan Whittaker @danno_aaron Instagram Living In Fiction @livinginfictionband Stetson Whitworth @highviberecordings Dan Whittaker @danno_aaron Jesus Avalos @jesuseverest Song originally performed by: Maroon 5 Song Written By: Benjamin Levin - Composer Adam Levine - Composer Maroon 5 - Primary Artist Shellback - Composer Johan Schuster - Composer Interscope Records Publishing: Kobalt Music Publishing Universal Music Publishing Group BMI Music Publishing
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Full choreography of "Where Have You Been" by Rihanna in Just Dance 2014, the successor of Ubisoft's Just Dance 4 game. Mode: CLASSIC | Solo (1 player) | Difficulty: Hard HD link for sharing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0gkbBFeHGY&hd=1 ※ Video for gameplay showing purposes only, did not dance during the recording. I like it when there is just the dancer and the pictograms so that I can focus on the choreography and learn it; if you wish to watch videos of me actually playing, please go to my channel page. ※ Wii U version footage. My online nickname in JD2014 is BOWSERB.
ERPI Films playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_K9fNRK1o_0nuA4AaYKpNI6 Pets, Work Animals, Hunting Dogs, Horses, Cats... playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_hX5wLdhf_KoLUHkweyZ8v0UKecZNoPc more at http://quickfound.net/ "Contributions of animals to the life of modern man, principally as transporters and as food." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestication Domestication (from Latin domesticus) is the process where by a population of animals or plants is changed at the genetic level through a process of selection, in order to accentuate traits that benefit humans. It differs from taming in that a change in the phenotypical expression and genotype of the animal occurs, whereas taming is simply the process by which animals become accustomed to human presence. In the Convention on Biological Diversity, a domesticated species is defined as a "species in which the evolutionary process has been influenced by humans to meet their needs." Therefore, a defining characteristic of domestication is artificial selection by humans. Humans have brought these populations under their control and care for a wide range of reasons: to produce food or valuable commodities (such as wool, cotton, or silk), for types of work (such as transportation, protection, and warfare), scientific research, or simply to enjoy as companions or ornaments. Plants domesticated primarily for aesthetic enjoyment in and around the home are usually called house plants or ornamentals, while those domesticated for large-scale food production are generally called crops. A distinction can be made between those domesticated plants that have been deliberately altered or selected for special desirable characteristics (see cultigen) and those plants that are used for human benefit, but are essentially no different from the wild populations of the species. Animals domesticated for home companionship are usually called pets while those domesticated for food or work are called livestock or farm animals... Background Charles Darwin described how the process of domestication can involve both unconscious and methodical elements. Routine human interactions with animals and plants create selection pressures that cause adaptation as species adjust to human presence, use or cultivation. Deliberate selective breeding has also been used to create desired changes, often after initial domestication. These two forces, unconscious natural selection and methodical selective breeding, may have both played roles in the processes of domestication throughout history... In recent times, selective breeding may best explain how continuing processes of domestication often work. Some of the best-known evidence of the power of selective breeding comes from an experiment by Russian scientist, Dmitri K. Belyaev, in the 1950s. His team spent many years breeding the Silver Fox (Vulpes vulpes) and selecting only those individuals that showed the least fear of humans. Eventually, Belyaev's team selected only those that showed the most positive response to humans. He ended up with a population of grey-coloured foxes whose behavior and appearance was significantly changed. They no longer showed any fear of humans and often wagged their tails and licked their human caretakers to show affection. These foxes had floppy ears, smaller skulls, rolled tails and other traits commonly found in dogs. Despite the success of this experiment, it appears that selective breeding cannot always achieve domestication. Attempts to domesticate many kinds of wild animals have been unsuccessful. The zebra is one example. Despite the fact that four species of zebra can interbreed with and are part of the same genus as the horse and the donkey, attempts at domestication have failed. Factors such as temperament, social structure and ability to breed in captivity play a role in determining whether a species can be successfully domesticated. In human history to date, only a few species of large animal have been domesticated. In approximate order of their earliest domestication these are: dog, sheep, goat, pig, cow, yak, reindeer, water buffalo, horse, donkey, llama, alpaca, Bactrian camel and Arabian camel...