Talking Cat - The New Fish PART 3 Did Jupiter or Kona eat the fish? Find out! facebook: twitter: Thanks once again to snowbirdy6 for supplying video of her awesome kitties Jupiter and Kona:
angler fish mating customs I suppose men would be less eager to shag if it meant becoming nothing more than a tiny, headless, sperm-producing appendage to women. (Yeah, yeah, "It's called marriage" hurr hurr hurr find a new joke.) If you've stumbled onto this video out of a genuine fascination of angler fish and/or videos with horrible sound, you're probably wondering why everyone else is obsessed with oatmeal. They're not. They're obsessing over Oatmeal, a sort of webcomic slash blog thing that did a very humorous piece about these horrors of the deep. I'd link you, but it angers the youtube gods. Just google "oatmeal angler fish" and pray it's not blog post after blog post waxing amused revulsion over the popular breakfast menu item at Japanese McDonald's hogging up the first few pages again.
Radiohead - Weird Fishes - by Tobias Stretch Weird Fishes by Tobias Stretch One of the winners of the Aniboom Animation Contest For Radiohead's In Rainbows
Radiohead - Arpeggi - Live @ Copenhagen 2006/5/7 Full band live performance of Arpeggi at KB Hallen in Copenhagen on Sunday May 7th, 2006.
Tell it to the Fishes Dir: William Sinclair / UK-IRL / 2006 The tide is coming in and Finn (Dylan Moran), a worthless low-rent hood, has been dropped on an isolated beach, his feet set in concrete.
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi - Radiohead live from the basement Radiohead perform Weird Fishes/Arpeggi live for their VH1 special
Mudskipper: a fish that lives on land Excerpt from BBC's Life series More on this fish: More amphibious fishes: Just an example how fish can evolve to live on land.
World's deepest living fish Read more: Deepest-living fish caught on camera for the first time
Amazing Bird Fishes Like A Human This video has stunned scientists around the world as this bird thinks critically just like a human to catch fish. Give a fish a piece of bread and it will won't be hungry for a day but teach it to fish...well you get it.
Black marlin - the fastest fish on the planet - Ultimate Killers - BBC wildlife This video presents us with amazng footage of the black marlin, reported to be the fastest fish on the planet at a top speed of 80mph! From the BBC.
Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi Fourth track from "IN RAINBOWS", by Radiohead.
Radiohead Arpeggi Wolverhampton Radiohead Arpeggi Wolverhampton Civic Hall 16 May 2006
Rupa & the April Fishes "Une americaine a Paris" video Born to Indian parents in California, raised in the US, India and southern France, and leading a double life as a musician and a doctor, singer/guitarist/composer Rupa Marya and her polyglot band of musical renegades have taken the San Francisco Bay Area by storm and are poised to bring their music to the world with the international release of eXtraOrdinary rendition on Cumbancha. With their enchanting mix of chic French nouvelle vague, rousing Latin alternative grooves, energetic Gypsy swing, and dreamy Indian ragas, the trend-setting band is spearheading a multicultural movement that is redefining the sound of contemporary music. To buy this song on iTunes go to: To buy this music at Amazon go to: For more information about Rupa & the April Fishes go to Myspace - facebook - This new video for "Une Americane a Paris" was directed by Dugan O'Neal.
Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (Scotch Mist Version) Radiohead Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (Scotch Mist Version) from the album "In Rainbows"
2 Year Old Sings Weird Fishes by Radiohead My son and I perform "Weird Fishes" by Radiohead. (It really picks up at 3:42)
Monty Python, The Fish Slapping Dance Hilarious monty python sketch. Just watch.
Radiohead Live - Weird Fishes / Arpeggi (Prague DVD - Radiohead Live in Praha) From the Radiohead Live in Praha DVD 8/23/09 Download: radiohead-prague.nataly.fr Weird Fishes Arpeggi Edited by 00liadon Thanks to Radiohead and everyone who contributed On August 23rd 2009, a group of Radiohead fans descended on the Výstaviště Holešovice Exhibition Hall in Prague on a mission to capture the band playing using as many different angles as possible. Bringing together the exceptional talents of many contributors, here's a glimpse of the result.
Yellow Fish - Great video in the Lisbon Oceanarium Yellow Fish Great video Aquarium Lisbon Oceanarium oceanario lisboa water deep blue funny ocean pez sea mar acuario portugal pecera fishbowl unique rare fish underwater cute nice nadando agua amarillo unico amazing tropical marine clown recipes tang studios little tank butterfly sal***er finding nemo comet black sea pink angel tailed lab gold puffer labs tail tail damsel box aquarium aquariums marine tanks tank mimic tangs longnose lipstick purple surgeon unicorn algae wrasse tangs cold water keeping health freshwater freshwater tanks acrylic tanks species plants types tanks aquariums hobbyist aquariu The building is the work of the North-American architect Peter Chermayeff, resembling an Aircraft carrier, and is built in the pier of an internal sea. It is one of the largest aquariums in the world, and has a large collection of marine species — birds, mammals, fishes, cnidaria and other marine organisms. The exhibition is arranged around four smaller aquaria, displaying the fauna and flora of the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Indian Ocean and of the Antarctic and a large central tank to exhibit species of the open ocean, from sharks and large groupers to Tuna fish and small wrasses. Despite its intention of representing the open ocean, it has been criticised by several scientists for grouping together species that would never meet in nature. The exhibition aquaria can be viewed from several levels to see underwater and coastal habitats.
Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (live at Jools Holland) Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Angler Fish - Fauna Clips Members of the genus Lophius, also sometimes called monkfish, goosefish, fishing-frogs, frog-fish, and sea-devils, are well known off the coasts of Europe generally, the grotesque shape of its body and its singular habits having attracted the attention of naturalists of all ages. To the North Sea fishermen this fish is known as the "monk," or "monkfish", a name which also belongs to Squatina squatina, the angelshark, a fish allied to the skates (see monkfish for discussion). The north European species is L. piscatorius, the more southern species L. budegassa. The head is of enormous size, broad, flat and depressed, the remainder of the body appearing merely like an appendage. The wide mouth extends all round the anterior circumference of the head; and both jaws are armed with bands of long pointed teeth, which are inclined inwards, and can be temporarily depressed so as to offer no impediment to an object gliding towards the stomach, while still preventing its escape from the mouth. The pectoral and ventral fins are so articulated as to perform the functions of feet, the fish being enabled "walk" on the bottom of the sea, where it generally hides itself in the sand or amongst seaweed. All round its head and also along the body, the skin bears fringed appendages resembling short fronds of seaweed. These structures, combined with the ability to change the colour of the body to match its surroundings, assists the fish greatly in concealing itself in its lurking places, which ...
Anemone Fishes | Clown Fish | Tropical Marine Life DVD Informative film about Anemone Fishes (changing ***; different species; adopting a bannerfish!) "Anemone Fishes" is an example of the many films that can be found on the modern DVD-encyclopedia "Discover the Blue - Tropical Marine Life". Visit for more information, films and purchase information.
Strange fishes after Tsunami like the title says: In this video you can see some strange fishes found on a beach after the tsunami ;) Enjoy :) NOTE: "fishes" is the plural when you have more than one species. So "fishes" is as correct as "fish".
Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (Live at 93 Feet East) Radiohead's performance of Weird Fishes/Arpeggi live at 93 Feet East on 16 January 2008.
Fish With Transparent Head Filmed For the first time, a large Pacific barreleye fish - complete with transparent head - has been caught on film by scientists using remotely operated vehicles at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. The deep-sea fish's tubular eyes pivot under a clear dome.
UNFAMILIAR FISHES by Sarah Vowell From the bestselling author of The Wordy Shipmates, an examination of Hawaii, the place where Manifest Destiny got a sunburn. Many think of 1776 as the defining year of American history, when we became a nation devoted to the pursuit of happiness through self- government. In Unfamiliar Fishes, Sarah Vowell argues that 1898 might be a year just as defining, when, in an *** of imperialism, the United States annexed Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Guam, and invaded first Cuba, then the Philippines, becoming an international superpower practically overnight. Among the developments in these outposts of 1898, Vowell considers the Americanization of Hawaii the most intriguing. From the arrival of New England missionaries in 1820, their goal to Christianize the local heathen, to the coup d'état of the missionaries' sons in 1893, which overthrew the Hawaiian queen, the events leading up to American annexation feature a cast of beguiling, and often appealing or tragic, characters: whalers who fired cannons at the Bible-thumpers denying them their God-given right to whores, an incestuous princess pulled between her new god and her brother-husband, sugar barons, lepers, con men, Theodore Roosevelt, and the last Hawaiian queen, a songwriter whose sentimental ode "Aloha 'Oe" serenaded the first Hawaiian president of the United States during his 2009 inaugural parade. With her trademark smart-alecky insights and reporting, Vowell lights out to discover the off, emblematic, and exceptional ...
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Radiohead - In Rainbows - Weird Fishes_Arpeggi Weird Fishes _Arpeggi - Track 4 [ latest upload : Weird Fishes_arpeggi - Orchestral Version -- ] In the deepest ocean The bottom of the sea Your eyes They turn me Why should I stay here? Why should I stay? I'd be crazy not to follow Follow where you lead Your eyes They turn me Turn me into phantoms I follow to the edge of the earth And fall off Everybody leaves If they get the chance And this is my chance I get eaten by the worms And weird fishes Picked over the worms And weird fishes Weird fishes Weird fishes I hit the bottom Hit the bottom and escape Escape I hit the bottom Hit the bottom and escape Escape
Deep Sea Fish Medley 1. angler fish 1 (unknown species) 2. angler fish 2 (unknown species) 3. angler fish 3 (unknown species) 4. angler fish 4 (unknown species) 5. angler fish 5 (unknown species) 6. Bathypterois grallator (tripod fish) 1 7. Bathypterois grallator (tripod fish) 2 8. Bathypterois grallator...
Penis Fish Amazon fish that can swim up the male penis.
Fish slapping dance Monty Python sketch ripped from TV with Dutch subtitles
Flying Fish Flying fishes off coast of Africa
Obliterating a Fish In A Barrel: Mythbusters The Mythbusters totally obliterate a fish in a barrel. Biggest gun they have ever used!
Beautiful fish These striking tropical fish are Bangaii Cardinalfish, found only in the reefs of the Bangaii Islands in Sulawesi, Indonesia. They are taken from the wild for the aquarium trade but in an unsustainable manner and are thus endangered with more than 87% of the population lost since 1994. In the wild they form stable groups with an average of 9 individuals, inhabiting shallow waters and venturing no deeper than 6 meters. Females will initiate courtship and spawning with a male, and the pair will find and defend a territory separated from the main group during this period. She releases eggs that the male fertilizes before he gulps them into his mouth cavity. For this reason the species are know as paternal mouth brooders. The males carry up to 40 eggs for 18-24 days, and then subsequently the fry for a further 10 days before releasing the juveniles near a long spined sea urchin or anemone which provides protection from predators. In 2007, the species was recognized by IUCN as Endangered due to collection for the international aquarium trade. Regulation of the collection and exportation of the species for the aquarium trade as well as local artificial propagation of the species so captive bred animals can substitute wild caught fish, are crucial steps that need to be taken to conserve this species.
Thom Yorke & Jonny Greenwood - Arpeggi / Weird Fishes | Glastonbury Festival, Pilton UK (5/9) Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke surprised a thrilled audience at a secret 'Special Guest' spot at the Park Stage at the 40th Anniversary Edition of the Glastonbury Festival (Pilton, UK). Recorded: June 25th, 2010 Track 5 of the 9 song set: 'Arpeggi / Weird Fishes' (featuring his bandmate Jonny Greenwood)
[HD] Radiohead - Weird Fishes/Arpeggi (Live @ Saitama Super Arena - Oct 5, 08 - Tokyo, Japan) Make sure you click "watch in HD" or use this link: radiohead - weird fishes/arpeggi in the deepest ocean bottom of the sea your eyes they turn me why should i stay here why should i stay i'd be crazy not to follow follow where you lead your eyes they turn me turn me on to phantoms i follow to the edge of the earth and fall off everybody leaves if they get the chance and this is my chance i get eaten by the worms and weird fishes picked over by the worms and weird fishes weird fishes weird fishes i hit the bottom and escape Playlist of concert: Full concert:
Worlds Largest Fish (World Record) Some of the worlds largest fish.
Human face fish
Trained fish - amazing I don't know what he's saying, or how he did it, but this is amazing.
New McDonald's fish commercial 2/2009 Full
Cadbury Fish Advert - Spots v Stripes (official HD version) Watch the new Cadbury Advert by Glass and a Half Full Productions and get involved in the big game! Are you a Spot or a Stripe? Not sure yet? Find out more by visiting us at: Join your team mates on Facebook or
Weird Fishes Music: Radiohead Track: Weird Fishes - Arpeggi Language: English Video: Simon Dyda Video source: The Blue Planet
thom yorke - cambridge, 25.feb.2010 - weird fishes please visit for more radiohead