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Forum: Earth's Living Things

  1. Being Being Grateful

    They say that love is the key to harmony in our world, but I'd put gratefulness a close second. Here's a clip of unexpected gratefulness being...

    Started by Fellow Aspirant, 19th July 2017 03:46
    • Replies: 14
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    24th July 2017 05:20 Go to last post
  2. 400-year-old Greenland shark ‘longest-living vertebrate’ // Ancient Elongated Skulls 'in Antarctica

    Two interesting articles I have just come across the first shows how wondrous nature is and we are still finding new facts about nature all the...

    Started by Cidersomerset, 12th August 2016 15:40
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    10th July 2017 16:10 Go to last post
  3. Seals of Approval

    ‘Something’s pulling them here’: Thousands of seals surround Arctic drilling rig (VIDEO) RT Published time: 23 Jun, 2017 19:31 ...

    Started by Hervé, 24th June 2017 14:34
    • Replies: 8
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    25th June 2017 01:09 Go to last post
  4. Ancient chick in Amber

    These are wonderful images of this tiny, prehistoric baby bird preserved in amber. . .poor little thing! To think she died so many thousands of years...

    Started by kirolak, 12th June 2017 08:03
    • Replies: 4
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    14th June 2017 18:28 Go to last post
  5. The Borneo Rhino needs our help

    Hi all, Most of you guys may not be aware that one of the worlds most endangered large mammals is the Bornean Rhino, a separate subspecies of the...

    Started by xeon, 31st May 2017 06:30
    • Replies: 3
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    4th June 2017 18:10 Go to last post
  6. Don't feed the wildlife!

      Don't feed sea lions ... they might try to eat your kid! :shocked: pMDtibc13fc The girl received a bite wound, but was otherwise ok; Grandpa...

    Started by DeDukshyn, 28th May 2017 23:35
    • Replies: 6
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    30th May 2017 19:26 Go to last post
  7. Sofia Smallstorm - Carbon, Bacteria and Soil

    Sofia Smallstorm Carbon, Bacteria and Soil: Our Inner Secret (May 2017) nzTJQiSLU_o Published on 20 May 2017 Tonight my good friend Sofia...

    Started by norman, 20th May 2017 22:20
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  8. Cyclops goat

    Very strange and brings to life images of the ancients.

    Started by Did You See Them, 19th May 2017 21:51
    • Replies: 2
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    19th May 2017 22:33 Go to last post
  9. bear encounter vid shows the speed...

    My two grizz encounters in Alaska ended well, as both times the animal could have easily grabbed whole of me but didn't. Once in a kayak on the...

    Started by mojo, 27th April 2017 21:15
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    29th April 2017 08:16 Go to last post
  10. Lightbulb The Elk are back in Estes Park, CO

    Every year, in the spring and late fall the ELK call Estes Park Colorado home. September and October mark the rut and Elk get very frisky (and...

    Started by Bob, 19th April 2017 18:26
    • Replies: 9
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    23rd April 2017 00:11 Go to last post
  11. The Wolves of Chernobyl

    There is a stunning documentary on Youtube called, 'The Wolves of Chernobyl' I believe it is a Nova production. It's the most astonishing film...

    Started by AutumnW, 27th March 2017 20:22
    • Replies: 11
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    30th March 2017 00:21 Go to last post
  12. World's first fluorescent frog discovered

    The polka-dot tree frog is native to the Amazon basin. Scientists have found that the South American polka-dot tree frog possesses a rather...

    Started by Skywizard, 14th March 2017 22:10
    • Replies: 1
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    14th March 2017 23:01 Go to last post
  13. Hagfish Slime

    Over the years I have on a few occasions witnessed what can only be described as "blobs" of clear slime in the garden or on the patio - i often...

    Started by Did You See Them, 22nd February 2017 10:02
    • Replies: 3
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    22nd February 2017 20:00 Go to last post
  14. Meet the Tully Monster, one of the strangest Organisms ever

    The Tully Monster (Tullimonstrum gregarium) was discovered by an Amateur Collector named Francis Tully some 60 Years ago. There have been Thousends...

    Started by uzn, 21st February 2017 20:24
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    21st February 2017 23:18 Go to last post
  15. Hundreds of whales stranded in New Zealand

    New Zealand whales: Hundreds more stranded. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-38942763 The mass stranding of whales on a remote beach...

    Started by Billy, 11th February 2017 11:52
    • Replies: 7
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    12th February 2017 01:30 Go to last post
  16. Yellow-haired moth named after Donald Trump

    Can you see the resemblance? :haha: A new species of tiny moth with a wingspan of just 0.4 inches has been named after the President-elect. ...

    Started by Skywizard, 19th January 2017 16:15
    • Replies: 2
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    20th January 2017 14:55 Go to last post
  17. He Saw The Most Dangerous Animal Drowning and What He Did Is Unbelievable

    Just found this, and as an animal lover I must admit, I'm both stunned and elated. Dave - Toronto

    Started by Spellbound, 19th January 2017 02:29
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    19th January 2017 03:25 Go to last post
  18. Researchers "Translate" Bat Talk

    Researchers "Translate" Bat Talk. Turns Out, They Argue—A Lot A machine learning algorithm helped decode the squeaks Egyptian fruit bats make in...

    Started by Frankie Pancakes, 27th December 2016 13:18
    • Replies: 3
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    28th December 2016 00:38 Go to last post
  19. All you need to know about nature deficit disorder

    It's tough to connect with nature at this time of year. Your days are spent under artificial lights in an office, while the last of autumn's...

    Started by bogeyman, 26th November 2016 13:48
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    26th November 2016 18:26 Go to last post
  20. Life's hard for flying fish

    In this brief clip from a BBC1 nature program, it shows the incredibly difficult situation flying fish get into when simultaneously hunted by...

    Started by Justplain, 25th November 2016 23:26
    • Replies: 0
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    25th November 2016 23:26 Go to last post
  21. Maybe My Dogs do Know

    Every so often, we have a day when my two Pomeranians are irritable and it seems that nothing is sending them into a barking frenzy. On these days, I...

    Started by Gillian, 13th November 2016 19:49
    • Replies: 5
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    14th November 2016 08:13 Go to last post
  22. More than luck...

    Put this under earth's living things category. This seems to be more than blind luck... you want to see how close don't you...;) kasHLNbxp1M

    Started by mojo, 26th October 2016 02:35
    • Replies: 3
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    26th October 2016 15:07 Go to last post
  23. Your 'Jaws' will Drop: Diver, Cage, Shark ...// ... 2016 many Shark themed movies

    For members of a certain age the original Jaws movie was a very scary cinema experience. Though it should be said most sharks are harmless to...

    Started by Cidersomerset, 14th October 2016 17:58
    • Replies: 13
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    16th October 2016 13:56 Go to last post
  24. Good news -- The Tasmanian Tiger is no longer extinct !

    https://www.rt.com/viral/359671-tasmanian-tiger-spotted-camera/ We need to create a vast wild life reserve around the sites of their most recent...

    Started by lucidity, 18th September 2016 01:07
    • Replies: 5
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    19th September 2016 13:27 Go to last post
  25. Dolphins can talk!

    Dolphins are recorded talking The following is an article on science finally recognizing the incredible intelligence of our finned friends, the...

    Started by Justplain, 11th September 2016 21:09
    • Replies: 10
    • Views: 6,486
    14th September 2016 04:16 Go to last post
  26. GIANT trees

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHkiZNT3cyE I found this visually fascinating and the ideas presented worthy of discussion. It has nothing to do...

    Started by lunaflare, 24th August 2016 23:03
    • Replies: 13
    • Views: 7,201
    4th September 2016 23:54 Go to last post
  27. You want attitude?...

    Dont you wish you give some like this? ;) mALNyHFqw14

    Started by mojo, 21st April 2016 06:36
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 6,123
    16th August 2016 03:12 Go to last post
  28. Lightbulb Even in the domain of insects~ uneasy lies the head that wears the crown

    Greeting's Avalonians, I was a sociology/socialwork major, and have always been fascinated and a keen observer of human and animal social group...

    Started by giovonni, 17th March 2010 15:34
    • Replies: 18
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    6th July 2016 11:14 Go to last post
  29. Lightbulb 40 foot long spider webs in Texas happening

    “Insecticides or other treatments are really unnecessary as this spider is essentially harmless," Merchant said. "Although the communal nest may look...

    Started by Bob, 9th August 2015 19:49
    giant webs
    • Replies: 15
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    4th July 2016 23:00 Go to last post
  30. Anti-Gravity From A Bug's Wing - More Than Just Possible.

    This thread expands on a subject related a thread which can be found HERE. G'day Avalonians, It appears that anti-gravitic propulsion is...

    Started by Heyoka_11, 21st June 2016 00:01
    • Replies: 14
    • Views: 32,874
    29th June 2016 21:50 Go to last post

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