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Teddy Bear the Porcupine Tries An Acorn
Zooniversity's Teddy Bear the porcupine has lots of favorite foods, but see how he reacts when he tries his first acorn!

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A bear family takes a dip in our pool - Part III
A bear family takes a dip in our pool - Part III
Added: 31st August 2017
Views: 742
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BRAVE Guy Rescues Skunk Before Important Meeting With the Mayor
BRAVE Guy Rescues Skunk While Wearing a Suit | This guy was dressed up for an important meeting when his commute turned into a skunk rescue.

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Jessi and Andi, a Mutual Rescue
"I truly don't know if I would be sitting here today if I had not adopted Andi. I really think that she saved my life... While my life looks different than I thought it was going to, she made me start seeing that there could be another future. She really was the one that pulled me out of my darkness." --Jessi Burns
Added: 31st August 2017
Views: 11261
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Airplane Trick Shots | Dude Perfect
Foam airplanes are the jam. Best known for trick shots, stereotypes, battles, bottle flips, ping pong shots and all around competitive fun, Dude Perfect prides ourselves in making the absolute best family-friendly entertainment possible! Welcome to the crew!

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The Funniest Farm Animals Home Video Bloopers of 2017
Filled with our all of our favorite bloopers and reaction shots of Cows, Goats, Horses and many more. Send us a link to your video if you would like to see it in one of our compilations.

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INSANE Helicopter Pilot Transferring Lineman To Power Lines!!!
INSANE Helicopter Pilot Transferring Lineman To Power Lines!!! Hughes 369/MD500 - Listen to this Hughes 369/MD 500 (McDonnell Douglas) fire up its turbine Rolls-Royce 250-C20B engine. Rolls-Royce acquired Allison Engine Company in 1995. Watch as the 'flying egg' as it is affectionately often referred to transfers lineman from live power lines to another set of lines to the other with precision. Power line work via helicopter such as what is shown here is performed all over the world. Not a job for the faint of heart. This particular Hughes 369 registration number N500TN - while flying in VFR cruise flight in December of 2011 following a highway experienced Instrument Meteorological Conditions 9IMC) and subsequently struck marked power lines sustaining substantial damage to the rotor blades. There were no injuries on the helicopter or on the ground and it had only the pilot on board according to the NTSB.

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10 Silent Movie Songs That You've Heard and Don't Know the Name
I played 10 Silent Movie songs that you've heard but do not know the name. In fact, no one knows their names. Learn on this video!
Added: 30th August 2017
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RC Scale Airplanes  - Rc 1/5 Scale Corsair and 2x Zero
RC Scale Airplanes - Rc 1/5 Scale Corsair and 2x Zero

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Out For A Relaxing Hike... Then These 3 Grizzly Bears Show Up!
After encountering a Grizzly mom and two young cubs a guy decides it's a good idea to film this video while walking backwards along the hiking trail. Will he make it back to camp? What would you have done? I would have freaked out! This occurred at Katmai National Park, Alaska, USA.

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Most Funny and Cute Baby Bunny Videos (2017)
Baby Bunnies are so ADORABLE! Try not to laugh or say awww! These baby bunnies will leave a smile on your face, no doubt!

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Sea otters enjoy otter pops
It's a hot one today. Time for an otter pop.
Added: 29th August 2017
Views: 655
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The Golden Ring of Russia Air-Balloon Festival.
Don't forget that this is 360 Degree video: you can change the angle of view. If you enjoyed this video please like, share, comment, favorite, subscribe.

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Windy and Warm [Live] | Live with Tommy | Tommy Emmanuel
Windy and Warm Live with Joe Robinson form Cumberland Caverns.

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Mark Lowry Comedy false teeth
Mark Lowry Comedy false teeth.
Added: 28th August 2017
Views: 1766
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Random Passenger Rocks the Cork Airport Piano
Passing a neglected public piano in Cork Airport (Ireland), random dude (aka Dr K) decides to give it a quick boogie woogie bash. Enjoy!

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This Is How I Roll - Fat Cat
The lazy cat jumped over absolutely nothing.
Added: 28th August 2017
Views: 950
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White Tailed Deer Meditation
A young White-Tailed Deer grazing in a meadow finds us about as fascinating as we find him.

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Jumping cars with a pogo stick
Nissan lined up three cars on the roof of a car park in Croydon, London and challenged Dalton to take on the Guinness World Records title for the Most consecutive cars jumped over on a pogo stick

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Coolest Dogs Ever Compilation 2017!
Great video, great music! Watch these cute dogs eating, doing tricks, and just being too adorable!

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Friesias on the beach and in the surf
Historic Runnymede Farm Friesian's on the beach and in the surf, Hampton NH.

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Primitive Technology: Simplified blower and furnace experiments
Blower description The purpose of this project was to test a simplified blower design connected to a furnace. I purposely did this to show that people in most natural environments should be able to replicate this design without difficulty. This blower differed from the previous one in several ways to simplify the construction method. Firstly, the impellor was simply a stick as a rotor with a 40 cm wide rectangle of bark tied into a split in its end with a bark fibre cordage. A stone with a pit carved into it acted as a socket for the lower half of the rotor to spin in. If spun in the dirt the rotor can drill down and the position of the impellor can reach ground level causing the blades to bump into rocks and dirt. Later, I plastered the stone socket into the ground with mud to hold it securely in position (not shown in the video, just be aware of this solution if the socket shifts around too much). Secondly, the housing for the blower was made in situ of ordinary mud (dirt and water on site). It was a bit more than 40 cm in internal diameter. The walls of the housing were solid mud and the roof was made of sticks covered with mud. An opening more than half the length of the impellor was left in the roof to remove the impellor for maintenance and to admit air into the blower during operation. In use, the portion of this opening near the front of the blower was covered with a tile. If left opened the blower still worked but covering it improved performance by preventing air escaping near the front. In places where water is not available, a housing shaped pit covered with sticks and dirt might work instead. Finally, a simple length of cordage was used to drive the rotation of the impellor. This cord was placed in a notch carved into the top of the impellor rotor. The cord was wrapped around the rotor about 2.5 times. During operation the cords were pulled outwards causing the rotation. When fully unwound, the momentum of the impellor then wrapped the cord back around in the other direction. Then the cords were pulled outwards again causing the impellor to spin in the other direction. Note that this is a centrifugal blower with a symmetrical housing, therefore it doesn’t matter whether the fan spins one way or the other (clockwise or anti clockwise), the blower will always suck air in to its open top and force it into the furnace. This design is easy to make and use. It can be made with minimal materials by unskilled people. The impellor design is simple yet effective. A stick, some bark and lashing of some sort should be available in most areas. The housing being made from mud, is easily sourced also. For the drive mechanism, I chose this method because the first blower I built had too many parts. There was a frame made of wood and vine to hold the rotor in place which kept causing issues with the rotor seizing or jumping out of the socket. Also, the bow that was used to drive the rotor added unnecessary complexity. In the new design, the simple cord in the notch of the rotor did away with the frame and the bow of the old design and the associated difficulties. Furnace experiments The blower was used to power a furnace attached to the front of it. Note that with minimal materials, the blower could simply force air into a hole in the base of the furnace and work satisfactorily. But I wanted to test a different configuration so I used clay grate from a previous kiln I made. Fuel in the form of wood and charcoal was used in this furnace by being placed on top of the grate instead of under it. During operation, the blower forced air up through the grate into the burning fuel bed increasing the rate of heat production relative to the use of natural draft (convection) alone. I made 3 pots and fired them with charcoal. The first pot was painted with iron bacteria (iron oxide being the active ingredient). When fired, the oxide melted slightly showing minimal glazing. The clay became quite hard, possibly stoneware. The second pot was painted with wood ash and placed on a three sided clay plinth to hold the pot in the position of highest temperature in the fuel bed. The pot softened and sagged apart catastrophically. But the ash glaze gave a dark green smooth finish (difficult to see in the video). Finally, a pot was place upside down on the grate and a cylindrical brick made of iron bacteria, charcoal powder and wood ash was put on top of this. The brick melted over the pot, covering it in a viscous blob of slag rather than a thin glaze. On inspection, the slag had 1mm sized spheres of metallic iron in it. Some of these were picked out and stored in a pot. The reason for experiments like these to gain knowledge that might be of practical use in future projects that have not yet been determined.
Added: 27th August 2017
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New Home Hacks
Life hacks and tips for around the house. Make a DIY bathroom cleaner. Eliminate odors from a smelly fridge, and make temporary curtains if you've just moved into a new house.

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