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Shark dorsal animation in Google Earth An animation in Google Earth of shark dorsals ID'ed over two years in Gans Baai, South Africa. (Data: Adrian Hewitt). Find out more at:
Cichlid Tank Update Malawi/Tangyanikan Just an update on the tank guys, just added a breeding trio of taiwan reefs, some cynotilapia red dorsals, and some socolofi...
JeepSwenson 3 Huge arms, dorsals and back...
How sick can i get? Mark Sanchez the LyricalJunkie Sorry its laggy, i cant seem to get it synhronized, if you can help me out then shoot me a message or a comment. just listen and read the lyrics. shout out to Aly Baby!!! Now how sick can i really get? A man of many talents/ making your constituents vanish/ planets, dichatomized atoms trapped in my canvas/ I handle it, and cram it/ all on 1 page/ I fall in a rage and trap you in a spike filled bottomless cage/ I promise today, my rotten words will cause some decay and initiate a rebel neuron to misbehave in your brain/ compromise endolphins, just to bring you more pain/ eliminating dorsals, carving my name in ya vertabrae/ a horrid flame, launched straight from the larynx/ haunted text, rippin thru your CNS/ I manifested death, with grotesque mehods/ forced self-flesh ingestions/ cadaver lynched with pig intestines/ nuclear waste injections/ pecuilar taste in weapons/ preserved dead limbs, that'r used to beat ya head in/ invade ya chest with, endocarditis/ when you collide with/ a psycho with science, armed with necrotizing faciitis/ so why try this?!/ your anti-biotics and i'm a virus/ immune to myelitis, strictly speaking im spineless/ daedle compositions, comprised with closed eyelids/ in a fetal position, now offer praise to ya highness!
Bob - HMS Salisbury 1960 Taken on HMS Salisbury on the way to the far east in1960. Bob was lead singer in HMS.Salisbury's rock group "The Dorsal's" and the sound track was taken from a recording he made on ship the quality is not helped by the ships engines/machinery.
Young swallow ribbon metalhead guppies This is my second generation of young metalheads. The orignal female metalhead was paired with a tiger cobra male. her female off spring had extra long dorsals but none of the first batch had ribbon fins. Then I bred those sibblings together. Several of their off spring developed the ribbon fins and swallow tails of the original strain but the tiger stripes are still dominate.
training capvespral rutina diaria flexions capvesprals rutina diaria per enfurtir ses dorsals music: evanescence - bring me to life
For Chiropractors only, by a Chiropractor - Lumbars or Dorsals, pump For Chiropractors only, by Dr. Pecoraro a Chiropractor in Westfield, NJ, - Lumbars or Dorsals, pump
Beautiful whale song April 2009 Bermuda 1st part This is the first part of a recording I made late April on Challenger Banks, fif*** miles offshore Bermuda. I believe this is one of the most beautiful recordings I have of a humpback whale, the sounds are very clear. We heard this whale through the hull of a 35-foot trawler with the engine idling, gear in neutral. The recording is with the engine off, the hydrophone about 30 feet down in 170 feet of water. We hear the humpbacks singing often in this exact location, especially at night when the singing seems to be non-stop. During the day the singing is sporadic but always there are whales milling around the singer. This to me does not seem like the breeding behaviour of humpback singing in the Caribbean or Hawaii and I wonder, despite the disbelief of marine scientists, whether this whale song attracts other whales to the singer. I have often witnessed humpbacks aggregating on the Challenger Bank with as many as 14 whales in close formation milling around for some hours. The behaviour is not the aggressive behaviour seen in the breeding grounds. I have also witnessed large groups of humpbacks move on a steady course and speed (5 knots) in a north east direction and again, this flies in the face of conventional wisdom, but I wonder if the whales have aggregated into large protective groups to complete the migration up north and to run the gauntlet of orcas somewhere between here and their feeding grounds. Although orca attacks have rarely been witnessed on humpbacks in ...
dolphin dorsals quite a large number of dolphin dorsals next to Sovereign
16 gallon Endler's and Corydoras tank I lost my original guppies to a bacterial infection. I've added the Endler's over time. First I had a group of 6 (lost 2) and I recently added a group of 4. We're stopping there at 8. My Endlers are obviously guppy crossed somewhere, some of them have long dorsals.
For Chiropractors only, by a Chiropractor - Dorsals, Thoracics For Chiropractors only - Dorsals, Thoracics, by Dr. Pecoraro, Chiropractor, Westfield, NJ
Various young red males This video shows the difference between the young red males just coloring up. The full reds have red eyes they will grow into show quality gups. There is also a full red with dark eyes which grow big dorsals and tails but have small bodies. Then the smallest male is from a dark-eyed gold red strain and is the youngest but will grow the largest and have the stockiest body but not as nice color or tail size. Both the dark eyed varieties are needed to improve the show quality guppies every 5-6 generation.
The Dorsals With The Gatormen - Namu
Dorsal's Rescue Dorsal's Rescue by Jack Eldridge, Prep H, Ashgrove State School, 2008
Kribensis Fry At 1 Month And 2 Weeks Old My Krib fry are really starting to grow now! They have bits of red and blue on their dorsals and are starting to get the stripe throught their bodies.Some dont even have any stripe pattern at all. Some are scared of the camera so thats why not all of them appeared in the video. Enjoy! Comments and questions are always welcome, Please no bad comments or any abuse. Thank you and take care.
Fin Whale Stranding & Rescue -- 1979 A 40 ft. (~60000 lbs.) adolescent (or sub-adolescent) fin whale stranded near the 7-Mile Bridge in Marathon, Florida Keys, in 1979. In cooperation with Florida authorities the Dolphin Research Center (then: "Institute for Delphinid Research") spent several hours with the whale in shallow waters. The Coast Guard determined that the whale must be moved to deeper water, if at all possible, or it would become a health hazard and a hinderance to navigation. In the off-camera scenes, Mandy Rodriguez, John Lomax, and I got under the whale and tied a rope under its dorsals. The other end was connected to the 40-ft. Coast Guard vessel, who tugged at the whale. The video was re-started when I scrambled on board our boat, showing the fin whale spiral out of the rope harness. The voice in command throughout is Jayne Rodriguez. Note in the beginning how she and Mandy identify the whale species conclusively by the light coloring on the lower right front. Also note Jayne's 'Uh-oh' as she sees her husband Mandy lift the whale's head up and guide it 'with only one finger.' After the on-camera events, the whale was guided between our boat and the Coast Guard vessel toward the Gulf Stream. Once it hit deep waters it performed a characteristic flip of the fluke and sounded. The whale went into the Gulf Stream and we didn't see it again. A few months later we heard of a large whale carcass, perhaps a fin, found in the Bahamas. It's possible that it was the same whale, or not. We'll never know ...
Back to health after spinal surgery Four dorsal's resected from spine. Ugo's better than ever!