2011 Weekly Babes
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Category Archives: nature
Bit of knotless rigging and chunking out. Couldn’t drop big pieces because of the septic system and leech field between house and tree.
Guy builds his own climb-and-tumble gym out of plywood and pipe. Gibbon lives in his gym.
Here ya go, pet lovers. Get a hold of one of these dogs to rid your property of ne’er-do-wells, wolves, wild horses and dinosaurs.
Jump. Fall. Shake it off. Jump again. Penguins are indomitable. They are also unforgiving.
This is a new/old/fave video. It fell into the bin and can’t be saved for later it must be shown now. It’s that good.
I knew that nature was cruel, but this is downright vicious.
This is not so much about the recipe, but rather the baking process that’s important.
The secret is in the noses. And maybe some sort of gyroscopic sensing in the head like what some chickens got. (Ah. Perfect English.)
Multitude of geese take flight and make a racket. They scare the children and fascinate the adults. Some shoot at them with shotguns.
The assassin bug is one of the most cunning predators in the micro world, gluing the exoskeletons of its prey to its back as camouflage.
Ants have a feeding frenzy with a dead gecko in this time lapse video.
He’s up. No, wait… he’s back in. Two are up… but wait…
Steven Rinella gives Joe Rogan a nature lesson involving big horn sheep ball sacs.
Penguins trying to figure out how to cross a length of rope strung above ground is best described by an Aussie.
Watch salmon battle through traffic on their way upstream to spawn. This on the Skokomish River in Washington State. [4:30]