Cozumel Stingray eating breakfast
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Girly AMV!!! Excel Saga!!!! My first AMV!!!! YAH!!!!!!!!!!! Lyrics to the song: That isn't love Love isn't that I am in love, but I am not loved Definitely isn't love Derriere isn't love I want to be loved, but I never seek it out I offer myself & throw my life away Looking neither left nor right, I will just earnestly Cheat, wheedle, interfere & trample down & kick strangers And we get the hell out (7x) Even if I slip on a banana peel It is all for his sake anyway If anything, that is probably A kind of loyalty called Love Japanese translated: Sore wa ai ja nai Ai wa sore ja nai Ai***eru kedo ai sarete wa inai Kes***e ai ja nai Ketsu wa ai ja nai Aisaretai keredo motometari wa shinai Kono mi sasagete inochi nagedashi Wakime mo furazu Tada hitasura ni Dama***e suka***e yokohairi Tanin wo fumitaoshi keri wo kama***e Tonzura koite (x7) Banana no kawa de koronde mo Sore wa subete ano kata no tame Shiite iu nara sore wa kitto Ai to iu na no chuuseishin
iNfauNa - Garbage (клип)
Deluna - ***y Song This is Deluna Live @ The Uptown Theatre in Napa, CA. The event was called Community Rocks! w/Guest backup singer Cole.
Spotted Eagle Ray The spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari, Euphrasen (1790), or bonnet ray, is a cartilaginous fish found in shallow coastal water by coral reefs and bays, in depths down to 80 meters (260 feet). They are members of the eagle ray family, and can be found globally in tropical regions, including the Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, Atlantic Africa, the Indian Ocean, Oceania, and the Pacific west coast of the Americas. The spotted eagle ray can be identified by its numerous white spots or rings on its blue dorsal surface, white ventral surface, long, whip-like tail, and distinctive head that somewhat resembles a bill. It preys mainly upon bivalves, shrimps, crabs, whelks, and other benthic infauna. The spotted eagle ray's specialized chevron-shaped tooth structure helps it crush the hard shells of mollusks. The largest specimens can grow up to a maximum wingspan of 3 m (10 ft) and a mass of 230 kg (500 pounds). It has a notably long tail in relation to other rays; the total length of a mature ray can reach 5 m. It can have up from 2-6 venomous spines on the tail, however, it does not pose a significant threat as it generally avoids human contact. A. narinari develops ovoviviparously — the eggs hatch internally and feed off a yolk sac prior to birth. As with other rays, spotted eagle rays are vulnerable to large sharks. A great hammerhead shark has been seen attacking a spotted eagle ray in open water by taking a large bite out of one of its pectoral fins. This incapacitated the ray ...
Nepenthes Infauna short video cut of prey and infauna in Nepenthes kuchinensis pitcher
23. Renewable Energy Policies Environmental Politics and Law (EVST 255) The lecture discusses the various factors affecting the expansion of the US renewable energy portfolio, as well as the importance of energy efficiency and changes to current consumption. As a case study, Professor Wargo discusses the nine-year effort to create Cape Wind, a wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts. The project has faced opposition for a number of reasons, including noise and disruption of use of private property. The lecture ties the development of more renewable energy options to issues of property rights and discusses ways to overcome challenges in siting, in noise pollution, and in the impacts on wildlife (ie avian mortality as a result of wind farms). Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2010.