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Wild Wives of Africa: Do or Die : TUE NOV 8 9 et/pt : One species seems to have found the perfect method for keeping everyone in a state of total harmony.
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هتصوير بالعبدلية كنا رايحين رحلة صغيرونة نتصيد فيها طيور فشاأت الصدف وشفنا هلنياق بحالة هستيرية لووووووووول
From: mrxm7tar
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Since Charles Darwin published the theory of evolution by means of natural selection in 1859, myths and misinterpretations have eroded public understanding of his ideas. For example, some people continue to argue that evolution isn't a valid scientific theory because it can't be tested. This, of course, isn't true. Scientists have successfully run numerous laboratory tests that support the major tenets of evolution. And field scientists have been able to use the fossil record to answer important questions about natural selection and how organisms change over time. Still, the evolution-is-not-falsifiable myth remains popular. So does this one: The second law of thermodynamics, which says an orderly system will always become disorderly, makes evolution impossible. This myth reflects a general misunderstanding of entropy, the term used by physicists to describe randomness or disorder. The second law does state that the total entropy of a closed system can't decrease, but it does allow parts of a system to become more orderly as long as other parts becomes less so. In other words, evolution and the second law of thermodynamics can live together in harmony. One of the most persistent myths, however, concerns the relationship of humans to great apes, a group of primates that includes the gorilla, orangutan and chimpanzee. Someone who believes the myth will say, "If evolution exists, then humans must be descended directly from apes. Apes must have changed, step by step, into humans." This same person will often follow up with this observation: "If apes 'turned into' humans, then apes should no longer exist." Although there are several ways to attack this assertion, the bottom-line rebuttal is simple -- humans didn't descend from apes. That's not to say humans and apes aren't related, but the relationship can't be traced backward along a direct line of descent, one form morphing into another. It must be traced along two independent lines, far back into time until the two lines merge. The intersection of the two lines represents something special, what biologists refer to as a common ancestor. This apelike ancestor, which probably lived 5 to 11 million years ago in Africa, gave rise to two distinct lineages, one resulting in hominids -- humanlike species -- and the other resulting in the great ape species living today. Or, to use a family tree analogy, the common ancestor occupied a trunk, which then divided into two branches. Hominids developed along one branch, while the great ape species developed along another branch. What did this common ancestor look like? Although the fossil record has been stingy with answers, it seems logical that the animal would have possessed features of both humans and apes. In 2007, Japanese scientists believe they found the jawbone and teeth of just such an animal. By studying the size and shape of the teeth, they determined that the ape was gorilla-sized and had an appetite for hard nuts and seeds. They named it Nakalipithecus nakayamai and calculated its age to be 10 million years old. That puts the ape in the right place on the time line. More important, the scientists found the ancient bones in the Samburu Hills of northern Kenya. That puts N. nakayamai in the right geographic place, along a trajectory of hominid evolution that stretches for several hundred miles in eastern Africa. The Middle Awash region of Ethiopia lies to the north, where the African continent dead-ends into the Red Sea. Today, the Middle Awash region burns hot and inhospitable beneath a desert sun. But 10 million years ago, according to paleontologists and geologists, it held a cool, wet forest teeming with life. Is it possible that an apelike creature such as N. nakayamai lived in these fertile woodlands? Is it furthermore possible that the creature was just beginning to experiment with a new lifestyle, one that brought it down to the ground from the trees? Scientists think so, and they've been coming for years to the Middle Awash region, as well as points south, to learn when and how humanlike species diverged from the great apes. One of the most important Middle Awash discoveries came in 1994, when a team of scientists led by Tim White of the University of California, Berkeley, found skeletal remains that included skull, pelvis and hand and foot bones. When the team pieced the skeleton together, it revealed a very early hominid that walked upright, yet still retained an opposable toe, a trait commonly found in tree-climbing primates.
From: MediVak
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Claire with her beautiful horse - the bond between them is amazing.
From: ezratwena
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في هذا الفيديو سنشاهد قرود مضحكة و مشاكسة
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brisco & tongoly ( Esteban y francisco owners) houston tx SONG: DON'T STOP (atb version)
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Hello and welcome to WeirdWildlife channel. This is a educational channel for learning more about animal breeding and mating behavior. Subscribe to see more wildlife, zoo animals, monkeys, dogs, cats, and more!
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Two lions on top of a rock in the Serengeti mating.
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يا جماعه حطو بالكم من القرود (( الشواذي , السبال , النسناس )) هههه شوفو شيصير
From: IKARUS143
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we laughed so hard...too funny
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عيل صغير بس صايع
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Trailer do filme Dicionário de Cama
From: eugui
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This video is for educational purposes. Subscribe for more videos on different types of animals mating and breeding.
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الافتراس الحيوانات
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ادكى حيوان وقع تحت رحمة القرده
From: moa6nadi
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أسد يهاجم و يقتل ثلاثة اشبال بكل وحشية ... للتزاوج و لحفظ نسلة يوجد اسدين رقم 1 رقم 2 الاسد 1 لدية ثلاثة اشبال من اللبوة الاسد 2 تحدى الاسد 1 و هزمه و سيتزوج لبوة الاسد 1 و لكي يتأكد من ان الاشبال لن يضروه اذا كبروه و لكي يتأكد من حفظ نسلة من الانثى قام بقتل جميع اشبال الاسد1 بكل وحشية الظل الرمادي جليب الشيوخ GREY SHADOW
From: Kuwaiti55
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سليمان الجبيلان - طرائف
From: dajaal
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شغل قرود
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This is a educational channel all about wild and crazy mammal videos! Learn about different animals mating and breeding behaviors. All kinds of big animals, small animals, zoo animals, pets, dogs, cats, elephants, apes, and many more animal videos!
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عندما تبلغ قمة اليأس والقهر استخدم هذه الوسيلة قد تنفعك
From: Haitha
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The bonobo, Pan paniscus, formerly called the pygmy chimpanzee and less often, the dwarf or gracile chimpanzee, is a great ape and one of the two species making up the genus Pan; the other is Pan troglodytes, or the common chimpanzee. Although the name "chimpanzee" is sometimes used to refer to both species together, it is usually understood as referring to the common chimpanzee, while Pan paniscus is usually referred to as the bonobo. It is distinguished by relatively long legs, pink lips, dark face and tail-tuft through adulthood, and parted long hair on its head. The bonobo is found in a 500,000 km2 (190,000 sq mi) area of the Congo Basin in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central Africa. The species is omnivorous and inhabits primary and secondary forests, including seasonally inundated swamp forests. The bonobo is popularly known for its high levels of sexual behavior. Sex functions in conflict appeasement, affection, social status, excitement, and stress reduction. It occurs in virtually all partner combinations and in a variety of positions. This is a factor in the lower levels of aggression seen in the bonobo when compared to the common chimpanzee and other apes. Bonobos are perceived to be matriarchal and a male's rank in the social hierarchy is often determined by his mother's rank. Along with the common chimpanzee, the bonobo is the closest extant relative to humans. Because the two species are not proficient swimmers, the formation of the Congo River 1.5--2 million years ago possibly led to the speciation of the bonobo. Bonobos live south of the river, and thereby were separated from the ancestors of the common chimpanzee, which live north of the river. There is no concrete data on population numbers, but the estimate is between 29,500 and 50,000 individuals. The species is listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List and is threatened by habitat destruction and human population growth and movement, though commercial poaching is the most prominent threat. They typically live 40 years in captivity, though their lifespan in the wild is unknown.
From: Doc Film
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