He Found a Bizarre Creature Dying in the Sun, But Never Expected It’d Grow Into This
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I put salt water in the shell hole and it came out? Through rain and a hurricane, the trail camera survived. There are so many different animals in the world that nobody even knows the exact number of existing species. Here are 12 strange animals that you should run from as fast as you can if you ever encounter them in the wild. Preview photo credit: Phill Torres For example, the caterpillar on the thumbnail looks like somebody dropped their wig by accident. It’s not very big, but it’s very hairy. You might think that because it’s hairy, it’s tender to touch, but don’t let it fool you. In fact, if you touch the hairs, they will penetrate your skin and sting you. According to the experience of other people, the pain is unimaginably bad, so stay away from this caterpillar if you can. However, if you got stung, doctors recommend washing the area of the bite. Use water and soap, but be very careful not to press the spot — because this will make the poison spread faster. After you finish washing the bite, put some ice to reduce the pain. If the pain doesn’t go away within the next 30 minutes or so, go to the hospital immediately. Subscribe to Bright Side: - Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: - For more videos and articles visit.
Unless you know what you're doing, don't. I have found a paper on 'safety holes'. very interesting. One could argue that chicks that are not strong enough to get out of the egg by themselves should not survive. I have a different opinion. To me all life is precious. So if I can save a chick by helping it, I will. The 'safety holes' are used when incubating rear and endangered bird species. It increases the chances of survival in the fiercely process of hatching. Yet one has to be extremely careful. It happens easily that a chick get's injured. This video is about the hatching of my emu eggs, the second largest eggs in the world. (and the most beautiful ones: ) The first Emu chick got out all by himself. The second one needed a little help. Text in this video: Seven weeks earlier: For seven long weeks, I had no idea If these eggs would contain life They needed to loose 10% of their weight So I checked them Every egg every week With a smaller egg it’s easy to check for life This time that was impossible Because the shell was way too thick to shine through I didn’t see anything Finally after seven weeks I could try the ‘water trick’ My hope was that at least one of the eggs was alive And now, now I could finally find out So, fingers crossed Will they move? Hmmm… The first 4 eggs I tried, didn’t move at all Nr 5 Oh yeahhh And nr 6 as well! Why always the last ones? Some day’s later the most heartwarming thing happened Did you see that? The next day the reaction to my whistle became stronger The next morning Yes! First crack I was very exited Yet it took another day before it went further Two days after the first crack, I thought now we were almost there But it still went slow And the other egg (nr 6) started to worry me It was still reacting to me, yet lesser and weaker The chick seemed to be too weak to crack the shell Weaker chicks might die at this point There isn’t much you can do But I study eggs: ) And I had found a most interesting paper A study on ‘safety holes’ The idea is simple: by very carefully making a little hole… Inside the ‘air chamber’, the chick can breathe oxygen and gain strength First I had to be sure on which side to drill, so I listened Now I needed to work very carefully I started at a natural spot “Yes, yes, I know…” The shell was a lot harder than I had thought it would be It took surprisingly much effort There is still a whole net of tiny blood vessels surrounding the chick Loosing a drop of blood from one of them is not a problem As long as I don’t shoot-out Good… Now it can breathe Almost immediately it sounded better, stronger I used my phone to record its sound When I returned at the incubator, the first chick was already out of its egg So I put it in an old incubator to dry The ‘safety hole’ proved to be very effective So a short while later… This one went a bot quicker now, but it still took some hours Here are the highlights In nature it would be under a giant bird right now Over here it needs a little help to get rid of the last parts So now I have two baby emus at home Might need to look for a bigger house soon More stories soon cool if you subscribe The incubator I used is a MS incubator MS incubators (made in Holland) And in English For filming I used a canon EOSD7 and an I-phone 5s All our music comes from audionetwork Music in this video: 'Hurricane' by Keith Beauvais (PRS) 'Clues Clues Clues' by Luke Richards (PRS) Postcard From Hell by Lincoln Grounds(PRS) Michael Pearse (PRS) Conversations With Angels by Luke Richards (PRS) Le Serpent by Cyril Giroux (SACEM) David Bossan (SACEM) Campbell E Browning (PRS) Pablo Love (PRS).