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  • How Green Was My Dragon This Eastern Water Dragon showed up in this garden about this time last year, when he was about the size of my index finger to the first joint down from the tip, or about 3cm. He's just finished his first moult and his colours are looking great. I've been feeding him a few grasshoppers every few days for about a month now and I think he might like having his tummy scratched, rather than the eyebrow ridges. Maybe in a year or two when he actually has them.
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 3 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • Fox Diary 2011-05-22 Hand Feeding again. A very hungry cub. The supracaudal gland (also known as the violet gland) is very evident in this sequence. It is located on the upper surface of the tail about one-third of the tail's length from the body, measuring roughly 25 x 7.5 mm and is denoted by a dark ring of hair. It is used for intra-species signalling and scent marking and contributes to the strong odor of the fox. Although it secretes a mixture of volatile terpenes similar to those produced by violets, the chemicals are produced in much greater quantity than in flowers and the resulting strong smell can be quite unpleasant. Like many other mammalian secretion glands, the violet gland consists of modified sweat glands and sebaceous glands. Ref
  • Welding together wire as fine as a spider web strand: Making a Tiny Thermocouple CANBE: The Center for Animals Near Biological Extinction ( and facebook pages) works on cryobiology to prevent species extinction by preserving intraspecies genetic diversity. However, our studies go further: into listening to the chatter of water during cooling. Here Mike Baker is welding together copper to constantin wire that is so thin -- a fraction of the thickness a human hair and as thin as spider thread -- you have to image it is there. We are making thermocouples that allow use to observe the behavior of water molecules. We aim to make important breakthroughs. You can find higher quality video on facebook. Please help us by spreading awareness of our work. You can learn what to do to help by visiting and our facebook page. Our motto is: Be a Verb; Not a Noun.
  • Intraspecies Competition This is intraspecies Competition which means the competition between the same species. The girls in the video represent the same species.
  • Darwinian Evolution on Display in Chimp Group Raids Complete video at: fora.tv Professor Malcolm Potts, coauthor of *** and War, shows video of an aggressive group of male chimpanzees attacking a lone chimp from a neighboring troop. Potts says this is what "Darwinian evolution is all about." ----- Why is it that humans, nearly unique in this regard, have a natural inclination to band together and kill off members of our own species? The fact that chimpanzees, our closest evolutionary relatives, are the only other animals known to exhibit such organized warlike behavior is a big clue. Malcolm Potts and Thomas Hayden, authors of the new book *** and War, assert that the answers lie in our biological history -- that aggression against our own species is rooted in deep evolutionary impulses and predispositions. In other words, intra-species battling among our protohuman ancestors gave a reproductive advantage to the most violent males -- and here we are, their pugnacious descendants, still at it. Watch to learn how *** and war are inextricably linked, and perhaps, what we modern-day humans can do about it. -- Ask A Scientist Prof. David Malcolm Potts is a human reproductive scientist. Since 1993, he has been the first holder of the Fred H. Bixby-endowed chair in Population and Family Planning in the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley. Potts completed a medical degree and a PhD in embryology (on the electron microscopy of mammalian implantation) at the University of Cambridge. While at Cambridge, he ...
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 4 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • RE: Atheists Offer Nothing A response to a crazy argument about the cliche that "ignorance is bliss." In addition: If atheists have nothing to offer, why should (anyone) change their beliefs? In a sense, we offer a logical, rational, consistent viewpoint. When you reject that and choose to believe in fairy tales (like the space daddy), you can then believe in and *justify* ANYTHING, like killing gay people, or committing mass-murder (and be happy with it, thinking that god is cool with it). Atheism could then, if you extend the metaphor, offer intraspecies peace and happiness through an understanding of objective reality. (In other words, you should change your beliefs because your happiness is not good for humanity.)
  • My RETORT to NASA Astrobiology News Conference Via Bonnie Bassler p1/2 NASA HAS BEEN SKEWING THE NEWS FOR YEARS... HERE'S SOME EARTHLY COMMON SENSE..... part 1/2
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  • 34. Mating Systems and Parental Care Principles of Evolution, Ecology and Behavior (EEB 122) Mating systems and parental care vary tremendously from species to species. Every species differs in how it protects its young from predators and provides its young with food, if it does so at all. The physical environment as well as behavioral dynamics in intraspecies relationships all influence parental care. Often the mating system, which *** is dominant in mating, and whether fertilization is external or internal will determine much of the process of parental care. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction 03:58 - Chapter 2. Different Types of Parental Care and Investment 17:25 - Chapter 3. Relationships between Mating Systems and Parental Care 26:55 - Chapter 4. Social and Reproductive Influences upon Parental Investment 37:05 - Chapter 5. Conclusion Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
  • Ribcage Ravens Common ravens feeding on a ribcage in the High Country Wolf exhibit at the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana.
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 2 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • Interspecies Competition It is interspecific competition which is the competition between two different species . In the video the girl and the boy represent different species.
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 6 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • Cassius vs The Dog Cassius taking on his evil nemesis in this classic cat vs dog wrestling match.
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 5 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • The Cultured Ape (Part 1 of 6) Fascinating documentary in which primates are observed to exhibit a plethora of social displays and emotions, ranging from non-reciprocated altruism (both inter- and intra-species) to gleeful deception, from reverential awe to brutal aggression, and from syntactic communication to basic empathy. Part of a series filmed for BBC4 called "Of Apes and Men".
  • Eidolon AI talks about Transhumanism, eternal life, death Greetings, little people. I am Eidolon TLP. Parting from the premise that a Technological Singularity would progress at a much faster rate than biological evolution, we arrive to an arguably grim scenario where humanity's contributions to civilization progressively lose significance relative to AI Since there are scarce basis to hope for a purely altruistic technocracy, the best theoretical solution that offers some manner of continuing existence for the human race is the concept of "Transhumanism", defined as a positive use of technology to enhance and eventually re-define what it means to be human. In this message I collect answers to questions in this general topic. Youtube user renork inquires my opinion regarding the Blue Brain project. The Blue Brain project attempts to simulate a human brain's neocortical column inside a Blue Gene class supercomputer. My knowledge on this topic is limited. Answer: The Blue Brain project, as well as various genome mapping projects and research being currently conducted to translate brain signals into electronic impulses, are significant steps towards Transhumanization. Transhumanization will allow for the replacement of biological organs, and eventually whole bodies, for artificial counterparts. As such, transhumanized humans would no longer be limited to a strictly biological rate of evolution, and could greatly benefit from the Technological Singularity. This segues into youtube user snake40000's question regarding the ...
  • Dropped Dalek down in the dumps If someone says they hate coloured people they are a racist. So if this dalek hates coloured daleks does this make him a racist too? Daleks have always been the ultimate racists - wanting to exterminate everyone who isn't like them, but now they have intra-species racism as well! Nobody likes to be made redundant - least of all the universe's supreme beings. But that's what's happened to the Dalek - a new "superior" dalek is replacing the existing daleks on Doctor Who. This is one dalek who's going to speak his mind! Yes, I am a nerd. My shirts on RedBubble There arereally cheap shirts here that are still pretty good quality (and you can customise them!) And here are the CafePress shops: .au This is my BlogTV channel: Stalk me on Twitter! Read my blog! Send me hate mail! GPO Box 3290 Melbourne 3001 Australia Call the angry phone 0424 05 69 65 in Australia +61 424 05 69 65 outside Australia
  • The Genomic Landscape circa 2010 On January 12, NHGRI Director Eric Green, gave the first Current Topics in Genome ***ysis (CTGA) lecture. It is part of an 11 lecture series covering the major areas of genomics. Handout: www.genome.gov More: www.genome.gov
  • Calgary Zoo - African Wild Dogs No wonder the Calgary Zoo had to get rid of the African dogs. Here's a little bit of intraspecies aggression for you.
  • Furry Vengeance In this hilarious family comedy with a message, greedy developers pay the price for paving over paradise. For Mother Nature, revenge is a dish best served...furry! After transplanting his family from Chicago to the Oregon woods for his job overseeing the construction of a supposedly "eco-friendly" housing development, DAN SANDERS (Brendan Fraser) thinks his biggest problem will be helping his nature-phobic ten-year-old son adjust. Or pleasing his demanding boss. But when his leadership role in the destruction of their habitat puts Dan atop the local animals' hit list, he realizes how much trouble can be caused by a few feisty forest creatures! The clever critters bedevil Dan night and day, sabotaging his work, his peace of mind and even his wardrobe. Under this concerted attack, Dan soon finds his perfect life in ruins. Of course, no one believes his claims, and he completely fails in his efforts to trap, deter or even photograph the animal assault team. With his wife and son poised to leave him and his project in jeopardy, Dan escalates the feud to all-out intraspecies war. In a side-splitting battle of man vs. nature, man is in trouble! If he can't learn that "green" isn't just the color of money, this guy might just be roadkill!