Home
Search results “Cryptoprocta ferox information now”
Fossa Fouche (cryptoprocta ferox)
 
07:56
The fossa (pron.: /ˈfɒsə/ or /ˈfuːsə/;[4] Malagasy [ˈfusə̥]; Cryptoprocta ferox) is a cat-like, carnivorous mammal that is endemic to Madagascar. It is a member of the Eupleridae, a family of carnivorans closely related to the mongoose family (Herpestidae). Its classification has been controversial because its physical traits resemble those of cats, yet other traits suggest a close relationship with viverrids (most civets and their relatives). Its classification, along with that of the other Malagasy carnivores, influenced hypotheses about how many times mammalian carnivores have colonized the island. With genetic studies demonstrating that the fossa and all other Malagasy carnivores are most closely related to each other (forming a clade, recognized as the family Eupleridae), carnivorans are now thought to have colonized the island once around 18 to 20 million years ago. The fossa is the largest mammalian carnivore on the island of Madagascar and has been compared to a small cougar. Adults have a head-body length of 70--80 cm (28--31 in) and weigh between 5.5--8.6 kg (12--19 lb), with the males larger than the females. It has semi-retractable claws and flexible ankles that allow it to climb up and down trees head-first, and also support jumping from tree to tree. The fossa is unique within its family for the shape of its genitalia, which share traits with those of cats and hyenas.
Views: 2363293 Evolving & Surviving
On Location: The Fossa
 
02:04
The fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox), is a cat-like, carnivorous mammal that is endemic to Madagascar. It is a member of the Eupleridae, a family of carnivorans closely related to the mongoose family (Herpestidae). Its classification has been controversial because its physical traits resemble those of cats, yet other traits suggest a close relationship with viverrids (most civets and their relatives). Its classification, along with that of the other Malagasy carnivores, influenced hypotheses about how many times mammalian carnivores have colonized the island. With genetic studies demonstrating that the fossa and all other Malagasy carnivores are most closely related to each other (forming a clade, recognized as the family Eupleridae), carnivorans are now thought to have colonized the island once around 18 to 20 million years ago. The fossa is the largest mammalian carnivore on the island of Madagascar and has been compared to a small cougar. Adults have a head-body length of 70--80 cm (28--31 in) and weigh between 5.5--8.6 kg (12--19 lb), with the males larger than the females. It has semi-retractable claws and flexible ankles that allow it to climb up and down trees head-first, and also support jumping from tree to tree. The fossa is unique within its family for the shape of its genitalia, which share traits with those of cats and hyenas. The species is widespread, although population densities are usually low. It is found solely in forested habitat, and actively hunts both by day and night. Over 50% of its diet consists of lemurs, the endemic primates found on the island; tenrecs, rodents, lizards, birds, and other animals are also documented as prey. Mating usually occurs in trees on horizontal limbs and can last for several hours. Litters range from one to six pups, which are born blind and toothless (altricial). Infants wean after 4.5 months and are independent after a year. Sexual maturity occurs around three to four years of age, and life expectancy in captivity is 20 years. The fossa is listed as "Vulnerable" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). It is generally feared by the Malagasy people and is often protected by their taboo, known as fady. The greatest threat to the species is habitat destruction.
Views: 4223 UltraNeos1999
Lemur Mother Leaves Baby To Death
 
02:23
Lemur behavior is as variable as lemur morphology. Differences in diet, social systems, activity patterns, locomotion, communication, predator avoidance tactics, breeding systems, and intelligence levels help define lemur taxa and set individual species apart from the rest. Although trends frequently distinguish the smaller, nocturnal lemurs from the larger, diurnal lemurs, there are often exceptions that help exemplify the unique and diverse nature of these Malagasy primates.
Views: 4477 VID NOW
3D Ischioanal (Ischiorectal) Fossa
 
03:30
View this model here: https://www.aboutmedicine.com.au/ischioanal-fossae The ischioanal (formerly known as ischiorectal) fossae are hard to get your head around in 2D, but it's a breeze in 3D. Learn the relations to the pelvic floor, the pelvic organs, and the raison d'être of the fossae themselves. ***** In order to appreciate better the space that is the ischioanal fossa, let's first get our bearings. Here we have the pelvis, which I'm going to make a sagittal cut through. This reveals the 3 organs of the female pelvis - bladder, uterus, and rectum, which becomes the anal canal. The muscles of the pelvic floor support these organs like a hammock. The ischio- anal fossae is directly lateral to levator ani here. It contains mostly fat, and thus acts as a kind of cushion, surrounding the hammock. In this model, we've scraped out all of the fat which fills it. So this opening here, is the IAF. And it's one of those areas of anatomy that is quintessentially hard to grasp in 2D. In 3D it becomes much easier. The space is shaped like a wedge, Like this. I'll bring in the pubic bone for orientation. I hope that geometry makes sense to you. Let's bring in the medial wall, which is levator ani. Now we see that the space exists between the bowl-shaped pelvic floor and the bony pelvis. As I mentioned, it is filled with fat. The cushioning allows the anal canal to expand during defecation. As always in anatomy, the form reflects function. Let's round out the boundaries now, The lateral wall is a bit of bone, obturator internus Floor is deep perineal fascia Post wall sacrotuberous ligament, and some part of gluteus maximus. Now - this view may look more familiar to you. This is the version we tend to see in med school, and if you imagesearch ischioanal fossae this is what appears. I hope now that the dimensions of the space make sense to you. If you'd like to navigate around this model yourself, hit the link in the video description below. Thanks for watching, hit subscribe, and we’ll see you next time.
Views: 5899 About Medicine
Sifaka Lemurs Jumping Around | Attenborough | BBC Earth
 
04:17
These strange creatures leap from spine covered tree to spine covered tree. Their technique is amazing as they are able to leap from tall tree trunks to land safely and securely, even with babies - if they can avoid their four footed predator, the Fossa. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSub From the BBC's Life of Mammals documentary series. WATCH MORE: New on Earth: https://bit.ly/2M3La96 Oceanscapes: https://bit.ly/2Hmd2kZ Wild Thailand: https://bit.ly/2kR7lmh Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of astounding, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Want to share your views? Join our fan panel: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-details.aspx
Views: 395167 BBC Earth
Madagascar. The World of the Lemurs (Documentary Part 1)
 
07:52
Madagascar is an island located in the Indian Ocean inhabited by only creatures whose origin is still unknown. Lemurs are the most representative animals of Madagascar. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶ Documentary "Madagascar. The Children of Lemuria" http://pdoc.es/MadagascarPL There is a beautiful legend which speaks of the South Atlantis, the sunken continent of Lemuria. There, there were dense ancient jungles inhabited by beings different from any others ever known; unique creatures which arose in an independent world, isolated from the rest of the continents. There, the reptiles still ruled over the land, the plants acquired surprising forms, and in the thicket, hidden in the shadows of the jungle, lived strange men, silent, graceful ghosts, relatives of our own species, which were given the generic name of lemurs, the most emblematic inhabitants of Lemuria. But isolated in the Indian Ocean, a fragment of that fabulous continent remained; a solitary island where the animals would jealously guard the secrets of their origins, a refuge for a wildlife that would later astonish the world: Madagascar. The sifaka is a member of an extraordinary, unique zoological group. They are lemurs, pro-simians. The very name, a Roman word referring to spectres, gives an idea of the mystery and legend they inspired among naturalists and zoologists from all over the world, before they were able to define their taxonomy. The zoologist Philip Lutley Sclater suggested the legend in 1874, and Wegener’s theory of continental drift once and for all destroyed the legend of the southern continent. But despite the fact Lemuria was revealed as simply a myth, the great doubts concerning its origin did not end with the theories of Wegener. Because the strange independent beings of the island of Madagascar stubbornly refused to conform to preconceived zoological models. Sclater himself drew the attention of the scientific world to the peculiarities of the creatures of Madagascar. There, the animals bore no similarities to those of the nearby continent of Africa. While the species of the world competed in a no-holds-barred evolutionary race, Madagascar developed at its own pace. Here the hunters and their prey changed more slowly, away from the influences of new, much more specialised species which natural selection was creating in the different continents. And in Madagascar the distant world of the Triassic remained latent, producing a parallel evolution which generated the island’s extraordinary zoology. Reptiles and invertebrates must have been the most common living beings in what is now Madagascar when it became independent from the continental lands, as at that time the earth was ruled over by the dinosaurs. The legacy of those days remains alive here, on the island of Madagascar, where there are over 300 known species of reptiles, of which almost 90% are endemic. These little dragons which today divide between them the different habitats of Madagascar indicate, however, that the children of Lemuria hold the secret of their origins. ▶SUBSCRIBE | http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc ▶FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/Full-Docs ▶NATURE DOCUMENTARIES | http://bit.ly/PlNature ▶FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc ▶TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
Fossa (animal) - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
02:37
The "fossa" is a cat-like, carnivorous mammal endemic to Madagascar. It is a member of the Eupleridae, a family of carnivorans closely related to the mongoose family . Its classification has been controversial because its physical traits resemble those of cats, yet other traits suggest a close relationship with viverrids . Its classification, along with that of the other Malagasy carnivores, influenced hypotheses about how many times mammalian carnivores have colonized Madagascar. With genetic studies demonstrating that the fossa and all other Malagasy carnivores are most closely related to each other , carnivorans are now thought to have colonized the island once around 18 to 20 million years ago. The fossa is the largest mammalian carnivore on the island of Madagascar and has been compared to a small cougar. Adults have a head-body length of 70 - and weigh between 5.5 and, with the males larger than the females. It has semiretractable claws and flexible ankles that allow it to climb up and down trees head-first, and also support jumping from tree to tree. The fossa is unique within its family for the shape of its genitalia, which share traits with those of cats and hyenas. The species is widespread, although population densities are usually low. It is found solely in forested habitat, and actively hunts both by day and night. Over 50% of its diet consists of lemurs, the endemic primates found on the island; tenrecs, rodents, lizards, birds, and other animals are also documented as prey. Mating usually occurs in trees on horizontal limbs and can last for several hours. Litters range from one to six pups, which are born blind and toothless . Infants wean after 4.5 months and are independent after a year. Sexual maturity occurs around three to four years of age, and life expectancy in captivity is 20 years. The fossa is listed as "Vulnerable" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. It is generally feared by the Malagasy people and is often protected by their "fady" . The greatest threat to the species is habitat destruction. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fossa+(animal), which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
Views: 5166 Wiz Science™
These Bobcats Are About to Have Sex in the Wild...
 
06:38
This female bobcat gets MAD!!! Just listen to her cry at the end! For more bobcat videos, click here: Bobcat Called within 10 Feet https://youtu.be/zqxe8bt0FwQ Incredible Bobcat Footage From My Treestand!! https://youtu.be/J0NxJ2_AFnA Music by Kevin MacLeod at www.incompetech.com
Views: 337922 TheProRancher
Lemurs of Madagascar HD
 
26:03
Lemurs are primitive primates known as pro-simians, or pre-monkeys. They live in large female-dominated family groups, in sharp contrast to most other male-dominated primate societies. Native only to the island of Madagascar, lemurs resemble the oldest ancestors of primates. Lemurs, and most of the wildlife on Madagascar, have been isolated for tens of millions of years. In fact, 80% of the wildlife found here exists no where else on earth. When man first arrived in Madagascar about 2000 years ago from Indonesia, he hunted lemurs for food. The largest species, including one the size of a gorilla, are now extinct. Of the 53 varieties of lemurs known to exist here, we were able to film during our three week visit.
Views: 185728 Fred Heiman
Duck Mating Season
 
10:57
Here's some highlights
Views: 49824 MagicPatrick1
Elephant Reproduction 101
 
12:29
Discussion of elephant ovulation, mating, hormone profiles, and parturition.
Views: 72 Rod Allrich
Top 10 Strange Animals in The World
 
02:49
There are some amazing and strange animals in the world. We should know about that animals because that are rare. You will see some information about that animals in this video. strange animals, real weird animals, strange animal found, cool animals names, funny animal species names, weird animal names a-z, real strange animal. ~~~~~~~~~~~ See My Other Channel ~~~~~~~~~~~ TechKnowLogic - Hub : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXpxSyZP2vEOFe0MklENLMQ ~~~~~~~~~ Watch More Videos ~~~~~~~~~ Top 10 Tallest Dogs in The World 2017 https://youtu.be/jimasY7lY3U Top 10 Tallest Buildings in The World 2017 https://youtu.be/p9Drru5zNz0 Pictures That Prove Why Women Live Longer Than Men https://youtu.be/Nzvzhhb2Fe8 Top 10 Weird Painters and their Techniques https://youtu.be/rOMMMxRQ04M Horror Movie Characters Who Look Completely Different in Real Life https://youtu.be/IqchptSAE2E Celebrity Transformations Pop Stars Then and Now https://youtu.be/d5OZkfE85Fs 30 Of the Weird Hairstyles Ever https://youtu.be/g9kkrPHNADg How New York Would Look Like If You Saw It in Infrared https://youtu.be/r-qzmY501vc 30 Babies Who Looks Like Celebrities https://youtu.be/q4JW6NvcBA4 12 Weird Drawings from Chuck https://youtu.be/SfMYq_ejDQY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. Aye-aye Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Primates Suborder - trepsirrhini Superfamily - Lemuroidea Family – Daubentoniidae Genus - Daubentonia Species - D. madagascariensis 2. Naked Mole Rat Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Rodentia Family - Heterocephalidae Genus - Heterocephalus Species - H. glaber 3. The Gerenuk Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Artiodactyla Family - Bovidae Subfamily - Antilopinae Tribe - Antilopini Genus - Litocranius Species - L. walleri 4. The Fossa Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Carnivora Suborder - Feliformia Family - Eupleridae Genus - Cryptoprocta Species - C. ferox 5. Blob fish Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Actinopterygii Order - Scorpaeniformes Family - Psychrolutidae Genus - Psychrolutes Species - P. marcidus 6. Red lipped batfish Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Actinopterygii Order - Lophiiformes Family - Ogcocephalidae Genus - Ogcocephalus Species - O. darwini 7. Long-honored orb weaver spider Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Arthropoda Subphylum - Chelicerata Class - Arachnida Order - Araneae Infraorder - Araneomorphae Family - Tetragnathidae 8. Markhor Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - ammalia Order - Artiodactyla Family - Bovidae Subfamily - Caprinae Genus - Capra Species - C. falconeri 9. Silkie Other names - Silky Country of origin - China Weight - Male: 2-3 lbs. Female: 1.5-2 lbs. Skin color - black or blue Egg color - cream or tinted Comb type – walnut 10. Tarsier Kingdom - Animalia Phylum - Chordata Class - Mammalia Order - Primates Suborder - Haplorrhini Infraorder - Tarsiiformes Family - Tarsiidae ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Song: Jim Yosef - Link [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/9iHM6X6uUH8 Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/LinkYO
Views: 216 Wow Vid
Male fossa wandering 1
 
02:52
Male fossa is wandering, running, climbing and etc.
Views: 71 zaxtor
Duck doing chicken
 
02:47
My duck was ordered as a pair. The hen had a hard attack. I got two much hens both had heart attacks. Now he been doing this under my back porch. I didnt think he was realling getting this done. And again I stand corrected. If you don't like what you see stopping watching the video. Bc your comments or the STUPID part of you watching the video from start to finish...
Views: 3169235 crowleypea51
Tasmanian Tiger vs Fossa
 
01:37
Tasmanian Tiger: Sharp Teeth, Powerful bite-force. (130 cm) Fossa: Sharp Teeth, Sharp claws, night vision, agile. (80 cm)
Views: 3297 Russell Cassar
Savin find a fossa friend
 
03:03
Savin and the fossa at the San Diego Zoo get friendly
Views: 187 tanganwei
Living Alongside Alice 4
 
02:40
As Alice’s two cubs grow they also start to become more "bush-wise" and alert to the dangers they face. Although mum is still very much responsible for their care and feeding, she often leaves them to fend for themselves whilst she goes further afield in search of suitable prey. Now that the cubs are becoming more bold, and more eager to explore their surroundings, they must also learn survival techniques, especially when hungry hyenas are around! Fortunately, from a very early age, leopards learn that tree climbing is a good way to avoid trouble... though getting back to earth again might take a little more practice! It is a continuing treat to watch this leopard family as they successfully face life’s challenges..!
Views: 1199 The Bushcamp Company
Two Stuck Dogs one Funny Commentator part 1
 
01:16
Check out lottery secrets they don't want you to know. Visit website http://longjone2223.wix.com/tlsecrets
Views: 14385992 Mr. Nice Watch
Honey Badger Narrates: Crazyass Sifaka & Bigass Fossa
 
01:43
*GET NASTYASS HBDC MERCH: http://bit.ly/TfewwD *SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/1a7WiGO *BADASS PODCAST: http://bit.ly/1sBw6xB Madagascar is home to amazing wildlife and unique species. Sifaka and Fossa are NOT friends. Fossa is a member of the mongoose family and usually mean business. ^Ideas? Peeves? Call Randall & leave a message! (641) 715-3900 EXT. 175732 ^^^WATCH EXCLUSIVE UNCENSORED TRIPLE FEATURE- http://bit.ly/1cpoh5R Get nasty!: http://bit.ly/11qkEfp Read the Honey Badger book now: http://tinyurl.com/afo92xv Visit: http://bit.ly/wkrWiY for the honey badger app
Views: 14810 czg123
Top 10 Strangest Animals Exist on Earth
 
02:15
Top 10 Strangest Animals Exist on Earth: 10. Pink Fairy Armadillo Scientific Name - Chlamyphorus Truncatus 9. Sun Bear Scientific Name - Helarctos Malayanus 8. Axolotl Scientific Name - Ambystoma Mexicanum 7. Dumbo Octopus Scientific Name - Grimpoteuthis 6. Saiga Antelope Scientific Name - Saiga Tatarica 5. Shoebill Scientific Name - Balaeniceps Rex 4. Fossa Scientific Name - Cryptoprocta Ferox 3. Sarcastic Fringehead Scientific Name - Neoclinus Blanchardi 2. Gerenuk Scientific Name - Litocranius Walleri 1. Atretochoana Scientific Name - Atretochoana Eiselti IMAGE SOURCE: Google Search MUSIC: Epidemicsound SOURCE: http://orzzzz.com/top-10-strangest-animals-you-probably-didnt-know-exist.html
Views: 1932 Mr.TOP 10
Alpacas Mating in New Plymouth, New Zealand
 
01:47
While living on this amazing alpaca farm in New Plymouth New Zealand, we've been able to witness birth of the cria (alpaca babies) and now the mating process for the full cycle of life. For more on our worldwide travels after 40 months, please visit us at: www.worldwidewaftage.com
Views: 170881 Jessica Lyman
Life In The Ocean Dolphin Courting And Mating Sucess
 
16:15
Two Dolphins courting and mating in the ocean then female dolphin giving birth sucess. SUBSCRIBE NOW: https://goo.gl/YO3qA2 ►►►►►►►►► THANKS FOR WATCHING ◄◄◄◄◄◄◄◄◄ ► AND DON'T FORGET TO LIKE COMMENTS AND SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 2468 Animal World TV
Relaxing female fossa
 
01:12
Female fossa is tired relaxing and looking around.
Views: 142 zaxtor
Fossa eating his food at marwell zoo
 
01:07
this was my video of a Fossa trying to eat his lunch the rabbit
Denver Zoo Welcomes a Fossa
 
02:24
Denver Zoo visitors can enjoy seeing a brand new species to the zoo, a fossa (Foo-suh). These carnivores, which are native to Madagascar, may look like cats, but their closest relative is actually the mongoose. Visitors can see Dorian, our male fossa, now in Denver Zoo's Feline I Building.
Views: 10500 Denver Zoo
Fossa Seesaw Feeder
 
02:03
Views: 540 Omaha Zoo
Love Is In The Air - Madagascar, Land of Heat and Dust, Preview - BBC Two
 
02:17
SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00z03pl Male ring-tailed lemurs use scent to defend their patch and entice a mate. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Views: 27585 BBC
Baby Fossa Leaping Slow Motion
 
00:20
Baby Fossa Leaping Slow Motion
Views: 168 AliasAnimo
chris's new bff, the fossa
 
03:06
at the san diego zoo, chris made a new friend in the fossa. (which we know now is pronounced "foosa").
Views: 232 Leah Buckley
Sloths Mating
 
00:36
The only thing they do fast!!!
Views: 227559 Jan Emerson
Fossa - Factitous Friday
 
01:35
Welcome to Factitious Friday! Every Friday, I will upload a Fact file of different animals. Factitious Friday #7 Twitter - www.twitter.com/HarrysAnimals Instagram - www.instagram.com/harrysanimals Website - www.harrysanimal.webs.com
Views: 51 HarrysAnimals
Draw the Pterygopalatine Fossa
 
09:52
How to Draw a quick Diagram of the Pterygopalatine Fossa. This video takes 10 minutes to watch, but after practicing a few times, you can quickly draw a simplified diagram in seconds. Useful for answering exam questions, Board Exam Questions or for impressing ladies.
Views: 36184 morrieg
Fossa
 
00:24
Views: 43 Trevor Morgan
Endangered Species Coloring Book illustrator Niffer demonstrates drawing a Fossa- now on Kickstarter
 
00:40
Endangered Species coloring book now Kickstarter! http://kck.st/2wx5acs Support NOW- only until September 7th! Here’s a video to look into one of Niffer’s methods for composing art the Last Chance Earth Endangered Species coloring book! See how she put together the Fossa coloring page. Music is by my wonderful friend Kellee Maize https://www.youtube.com/user/kelleemaize/videos
Views: 37 Last Chance Earth
Fossa
 
00:21
Views: 206 Trevor Morgan
Safari Live Videos-Sunrise Drive-July 15- 2 Mating Leopards- Mvula & Xiluva
 
02:27
Clips of interest taken from Safari Live. Each clip tells a story of various animals such as Lions, Elephants, Leopards , Wildebeests, Impalas with much much more! See Cubs making their first visit out into the open.
Views: 1069 Safari Chey
What's killing the Fishing Cat?
 
02:19
I try to be as eco friendly as I can, and when I recently found out about the shrimp farms in Thailand and the impact they have on the endangered fishing cat, I was shocked. We can help save this cat from extinction by voting with our money on who we buy food from. We can purchase shrimp from domestic sources or food that is approved by the Marine Stewardship Council: http://www.msc.org/where-to-buy Please click on these links for more information: Help save the Fishing cat: http://www.fishingcatproject.info Report on shrimp farms: http://www1.american.edu/ted/THAISHMP.HTM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrimp_farm For seafood lovers; here's a good list: http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/seafoodwatch.aspx More fishing cat projects: http://catinwater.wordpress.com http://www.wildcatconservation.org/Fishing-Cat.html Many of the shrimp products I found from Thailand have this label as well, but the photos don't show the pictures of the Thailand shrimp farms, just some happy people holding fish. Are we being fooled? http://www.responsibleseafood.org Contact or talk to the place where you buy your groceries and let them know you care where your food comes from. The world's population is growing and the demand to feed it should not make way to destroying the planet. A huge special thank you to DR. Jim Sanderson with the helping of this report and the usage of his photos. Video footage of captive fishing cat taken by myself at Big Cat Rescue, Tampa, Fl. Thanks for watching, now go help save the fishing cats! "Subscribe" http://www.youtube.com/user/briczar22 "Like" https://www.facebook.com/art4animals Your views help wildlife.
Views: 28698 Brians Art for Animals
Chimps Hunting Monkeys | National Geographic
 
02:04
Some primates are vegetarian, but not these chimpanzees in Tanzania. In this realm where carnivores rule the trees, you wouldn't want to be a nearby Colobus monkey. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Chimps Hunting Monkeys | National Geographic https://youtu.be/mpYViR9MqrU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 630741 National Geographic
Mating Turtles
 
01:01
A male and female turtle mate in the zoo
Views: 91 Biscuit4197
Leopards mating in the Kruger National Park
 
04:53
Leopards mating in the Kruger National Park WikiPedia description: Depending on the region, leopards may mate all year round. In Manchuria and Siberia, they mate during January and February. The estrous cycle lasts about 46 days and the female usually is in heat for 6–7 days.[70] Gestation lasts for 90 to 105 days.[71] Cubs are usually born in a litter of 2–4 cubs.[72] But mortality of cubs is estimated at 41–50% during the first year.[54] Females give birth in a cave, crevice among boulders, hollow tree, or thicket to make a den. Cubs are born with closed eyes, which open four to nine days after birth.[47] The fur of the young tends to be longer and thicker than that of adults. Their pelage is also more gray in color with less defined spots. Around three months of age, the young begin to follow the mother on hunts. At one year of age, leopard young can probably fend for themselves, but remain with the mother for 18–24 months.[40] The average typical life span of a leopard is between 12 and 17 years.[73] The oldest recorded Spotted Leopard was a female named Roxanne living in captivity at McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary in The Acreage, Palm Beach County, Florida. She died August 8, 2014 at the age of 24 years, 2 months and 13 days. This has been verified by the Guinness World Records.[74] Previously, the oldest recorded Leopard was a female named Bertie living in captivity in Warsaw Zoo. She died in December 2010 at the age of 24.[75] The oldest recorded male Leopard was Cezar, who reached the age of 23. He also lived at Warsaw Zoo and was Bertie's lifelong companion.[76] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopard
Views: 914115 Wildlife Africa TV
Mating Miniature Horses - Ronnie's Animal Crackers: Episode 1 - BBC One
 
01:41
SUBSCRIBE to the OFFICIAL BBC YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn LAUNCH BBC iPlayer to access Live TV and Box Sets: https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ More about this programme: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03bhzxw Young stud DC is brought out to mate with Maggie. DC is an old hand, but as this is Maggie's first ever date DC needs to take things a bit slower if he is to win her over.
Views: 6262068 BBC
Naples Zoo
 
02:22
The Nales Zoo has welcomed a couple of new residents to paradise.
Views: 19 FOX 4 Now
Fossa Circulating a Pole
 
00:16
Captured: A fossa relentlessly circulating a pole
Ring-tailed lemurs are in deep trouble
 
00:50
Ring-tailed lemurs once numbered several hundred thousand throughout Madagascar, but numbers have now crashed to between 2500 and 3000. Read more: http://ow.ly/opQC30gRF7i
Views: 599 New Scientist
L of G Apocalypse Giraffe Semen Sketch
 
01:49
Great clip to play before or during a discussion about artificial insemination
Views: 110380 Alan Forster
Badass Female Hyenas show their dominant nature  | WILD NATURE
 
01:41
Hyenas is the Badass females in the animal kingdom | WILD NATURE. Spotted hyena society is matriarchal; females are larger than males and dominate them. The spotted hyena is a highly successful animal, being the most common large carnivore in Africa. Its success is due in part to its adaptability and opportunism; it is primarily a hunter but may also scavenge, with the capacity to eat and digest skin, bone and other animal waste. In functional terms, the spotted hyena makes the most efficient use of animal matter of all African carnivores. --- Now, you can watch Lion Mountain Media's incredible documentaries and shows anytime you want on Lion Mountain TV Channel at http://www.lionmountain.tv Stream or Buy great wildlife, travel and tourism films and documentaries from our Vimeo-On-Demand site at https://goo.gl/PBLLKK Aquavision’s Archive boasts 15,000+ hours of #HD, #UltraHD up to 8K Natural History media filmed in wildlife parks and reserves throughout African and Internationally. For any of your #wildlife #stockfootage needs contact [email protected] or visit us on http://www.aquavision.co.za FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AquavisionTV TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LionMountain_TV INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lionmountain.media FLICKR: https://www.flickr.com/photos/aquavisiontv 500PX: https://500px.com/library VIMEO: https://vimeo.com/user7676475 TUMBLR: https://lionmountaintv.tumblr.com ROKU: http://www.lionmountain.tv Stay in touch and subscribe to our YouTube Page at https://goo.gl/cnwqzs
Views: 428221 Lion Mountain TV
Naples Zoo
 
02:39
Naples Zoo
Views: 32 FOX 4 Now