A rat's ribs are hinged at the spine, enabling it to easily squeeze through the tightest spaces—like the pipes draining your toilet. And rats are great swimmers too; they can hold their breath for up to three minutes. See how quickly a rat can go from the city streets to your bathroom.
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Check out the most bizarre creatures found in antarctica! This top list of rare and mysterious creatures discovered in the ice and the ocean is very strange!
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The tardigrade, also known as the water bear is nearly indestructible. Discovered in the late 1700s, this
strange microscopic creature is an eight legged, clawed animal found around the world, even in the frozen
tundra of Antarctica. Cited as the most resilient creature that exists, this little micro-animal can survive
everything from above boiling temperatures to even the cruel conditions of outer space. Intense pressure and
radiation aren't even enough to take down this little guy. They can survive thanks to a host of interesting
adaptations, including a protein that shields radiation damage to DNA. Even more fascinating is that
researchers were able to transfer this protein to human cells and it was able to prevent x-ray damage to DNA
by up to 40%! The Tardigrade is able enter a state called Cryptobiosis in which metabolic processes stop. It
is a state similar to death whenever conditions become too intense to overcome. This amazing creature feeds on
plant and animal cell fluid as well as the fluid of some bacteria and is can be found in many patches of moss
around the world.
9. “Hoff” Crab
When it isn´t scuttling in slow-motion across the beach, the ´Hoff´crab finds its home deep in the thermal
vents in between South America and Antarctica. It is named after famous Baywatch and Knight Rider star David
Hasselhoff, due to the crabs unusually hairy chest. Despite being in one of the coldest locations on Earth, the ocean depths near Antarctica, the noble ´Hoff´crab has to endure scorching temperatures at over 300°C
(570°F). This is because the thermal vents that they call home are actually the product of undersea volcanos
and they heat the ocean and release chemicals into the water that the crab has to endure. It does this because
it is not the only creature to survive these conditions, the volcanic gases are a breeding ground for
bacteria. The ´Hoff´will trap these bacteria within it´s hairy chest for a tasty treat. Though called the
´Hoff´crab these animals are actually a type of squat lobster and were only recently discovered but already
seem to have the support of their namesake who tweeted several references to the hairy, antarctic creatures.
8. Elephant Seal
The aptly named Elephant Seal braces the sub-zero antarctic conditions as the resident heavyweight. As one of
the largest carnivores alive today, the elephant seal can weigh close to 9000 pounds! They are easily
recognized as males have a trunk-like nose that is used for various calls. Often living in close proximity to
penguin colonies, the elephant seal is a territorial animal and males often fight each other for the right to
mate with females. Often this will lead males to go long periods of time without eating as they remain on
their territory to protect it from others. Known for being one of the seals species that spend the most time
on land, the elephant seal can spend weeks without entering the water. Their huge bodies provide lots of
blubber which can be used to keep warm and provide nourishment when food conditions are low. Though
intimidating, they are still prey to the well coordinated orcas that patrol the Antarctic waters.
7. Sea Pig
The noble sea pig is a close relative of the sea cucumber. This little guy is pudgy and pink just like his
land counterpart. The sea pig however is just a little smaller at under six inches long on average, but it
makes up for it in numbers. In fact, sea pigs make up a majority of the weight on many ocean floors including
many parts of Antarctica. Being one of the few creatures that can survive the intense pressure of the ocean
above, the sea pig has a soft body with inflatable limbs that help it maneuver the sea bed. These animals feed
on leftover remnants of living creatures that have fallen into their home and hundreds will often gather
around the husk of a dead whale that falls from above. Though they gather in large numbers they are not known
to be social animals with each one simply sensing food along the ocean floor. Interestingly they will all face
the same direction, though scientists are still unsure as to why.
Came home from a 6 month holiday and after urinating in the toilet I realised something was moving inside. Very weird..
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On Oct. 6, a Malaysian couple recorded video footage of an eel-like creature coming out of their bathroom's toilet.
Seeing this video many times, to check if someone made that up or understand what it is, is no use; This is a living creature jumped from a tree, jumped out of water and disappeared into mist.
@ minute 3:13 you see this creature changing and manifesting to show legs and a tail; and it knows its at risk of drowning so it keeps changing places to feel secure.
In this video the creature is captured during 3 times with logic sequence to events.
please comment on what you think this creature is....
Will it flush Collection! compilation toilet flushing
After our recent videos ( Moving in a crinoline cage; Dressing up a Victorian ), one of the most common questions was this — 'How on earth did they use the toilet in all those skirts, petticoat, bustles, crinolines and what else is there hiding under the Victorian Skirts???!'
And I just couldn't ignore it — so behold, a very silly video dealing with the daily reality of a Victorian life....
No nudity, and no real natural functions are being performed — all demonstration of how the clothes moved and were manipulated. if you are easily offended by watching someone pretend to go to the loo, simply don't watch :-)
Correction — When talking about the bustle folding, I of course mean accordion, not harmonica... :-(
music:Camille Saint -Sans Dance Macabre
Shark eaten by Megalodon? A giant unknown sea creature ate a 9 foot shark. The 3 meter shark alpha was suddenly taken under by some sea animal.
At 4am on Christmas Eve a tagged shark was eaten by a massive unknown sea creature
-Why it's Mysterious?
-And what are the Plausible Explainations?
Documentary Filmmaker Dave Riggs and his crew, who tagged a large number of great white sharks off the coasts of Bremer Bay in Australia, encountered something very unusual.
One of the tags of a large shark was discovered washed up on shore.
The tag had no signs of algae, but instead appeared to have been heavily bleach by stomach acid.
Using satellite tracking, they were able to pin point the exact time the shark was mysterious attacked and eaten.
-Why this is mysterious
This is mysterious for 2 reasons
1.) The data showed the tag taking a sudden 1902 foot drop down the continental shelf which indicated that the shark had just become prey to something big and very fast.
2.) After further examination, it was revealed that the tag had been ingested by an animal with an internal temperate of around 78 degrees Fahrenheit, 32 degrees higher than
than the great white's normal temperature.
Some people suggested that it could have been an orca, they are certainly large enough, with the biggest on record being 32 feet long and they have been known to hunt
great white sharks, however, the problem with this theory is that killer whales generally stay near the surface and the deepest an orca has ever been recorded was 850 feet
while this unknown creature was nearly 2, 000 feet deep.
Another theory was that the tag may have somehow been removed from the shark. However, the trouble with this explanation is that
great white sharks body temperature is significantly warmer than the surrounding water, so if the tag had been removed the tracker would have to have picked up a sudden drop in temperature, which
which, it did not.
So could another larger great white shark have been the culprit? Not likely because of the temperate shift.
The temperate of the tag while in the muscle tissue is about 8 degrees warmer than the cold ocean water.
-Recorded Tag Temperature 46F
-Water Temperature 38F
The temperature of a great white shark's belly will range between 13-25 degrees warmer than the surrounding waters.
So this would indicate a temperature between 52 degrees with a maximum of 64 degrees.
The temperature of whatever unknown sea animal that ate the tagged shark was at 78 degrees.
10 UNEXPLAINED MYSTERIES IN THE SKY CAUGHT ON CAMERA
There are many mysteries and inexplicable phenomena in the world and we could spend all our life looking for answers and don’t find anything… For example, the sky: the Internet is full with enigmatic photos and videos… from strange glowing lights to weirdly-shaped clouds. Some people feel amused by these things, others are afraid, but surely no one stays indifferent. That’s why today we are gonna show you truly unexplainable mysteries in the sky caught on tape.
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