• Iraq's Last Wild River

    Our goal was to lead a kayak expedition down the Choman-Rawanduz River of Kurdistan, Iraq in May of 2014 with a team of professional kayakers, river advocates and a videographer that can develop a film about the expedition. The expedition started on 9 May and completed successfully on 18 May 2014. Our objectives were to: Demonstrate the eco-tourism potential of wild and scenic rivers in Iraq; Bring attention to the threats facing the river basin and Encourage sustainable use of and protection for Iraqi rivers in general.

    published: 15 Sep 2014
  • mammals of Iraq - Video Learning - WizScience.com

    This is a list of the "mammal species recorded in Iraq". There are 78 mammal species in Iraq, of which 0 are critically endangered, 1 is endangered, 11 are vulnerable, and 3 are near-threatened. 1 of the species listed for Iraq can no longer be found in the wild. The following tags are used to highlight each species' conservation status as assessed by the IUCN: Some species were assessed using an earlier set of criteria. Species assessed using this system have the following instead of Near Threatened and Least Concern categories: ---- Sirenia is an order of fully aquatic, herbivorous mammals that inhabit rivers, estuaries, coastal marine waters, swamps, and marine wetlands. All four species are endangered. ---- Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40 percent...

    published: 04 Sep 2015
  • Iraq witnesses Bengal tiger baby boom

    Bengal tigers are highly endangered. According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are just 2000 Bengal tigers left in the wild, and about 200 in captivity. But they are now undergoing something of a baby boom, in a country still recovering from a decade of war. Al Jazeera’s Jane Arraf reports from Iraqi capital Baghdad.

    published: 24 Aug 2013
  • Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan

    http://www.wcswildlifetrade.org/military WCS advised the Department of Defense on threats posed by the illegal wildlife trade to the overall combat mission in Iraq and Afghanistan. This video, narrated by acclaimed actor/director and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity Edward Norton, informs U.S. military personnel about the consequences of buying illegal wildlife products when deployed or stationed overseas. For more information go to: wcswildlifetrade.org/military

    published: 05 Nov 2012
  • WIld Iraq

    Bored Marines in Iraq show some of the wildlife's activities in Iraq.

    published: 07 Dec 2006
  • Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan TRAILER

    http://www.wcswildlifetrade.org/military WCS advised the Department of Defense on threats posed by the illegal wildlife trade to the overall combat mission in Iraq and Afghanistan. This video, narrated by acclaimed actor/director and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity Edward Norton, informs U.S. military personnel about the consequences of buying illegal wildlife products when deployed or stationed overseas. For more information and the full-length video, go to: wcswildlifetrade.org/military

    published: 21 Dec 2011
  • Iraq's marshlands, Civilization on the brink of extinction | Omar Al-Sheikhly | TEDxBaghdad

    The talk covers two connected topics: (I) the National Geographic Project to conserve one of the Iraqi Endemics Mammals species, the Maxwell Otter. (II) the recent deceasing in the water level of the Iraqi marshes which affect its biodiversity and landscape. Researcher and assistant teacher at the Department of Biology in college of Science of the University of Baghdad. He has Master degree in Animal Ecology, and working as wildlife expert in Iraq and Middle East. The Iraqi member in theIUCN/OSG Species Survival Commission and the Iraqi co-investigator in the National Geographic project in the Iraqi marshes. He has international photography awards and many published researches concerning the conservation of Iraqi environment and biota. Hi is the Iraqi researcher for National Geographi...

    published: 02 Dec 2015
  • Giant Spider - Camel Spider in Iraq

    The giant camel spider, one of the worlds biggest spiders, lives in desert environments and comes from the Solifugae order of animals in the arachnid class. Arachnids are joint-legged invertebrates that have eight legs and comprises over 100,000 named species including spiders, scorpions and ticks. Also known as wind scorpions, and sun spiders, the Giant Camel Spiders are angry looking and imposing in size with some species growing up to 12 inches in length is non-venomous. However, with its powerful jaws, it is capable of inflicting an extremely painful bite. Their bizarre appearance can be startling to some, making them the subject of many urban legends including a 2004 email hoax with the infamous picture of soldiers in Iraq holding two fighting camel spiders. They live in warm a...

    published: 14 Jun 2013
  • Wildlife in War Zones

    Thousands of voices cry out for help and justice from war-stricken countries like the Congo and Syria. What of the voiceless creatures that undergo the same, if not worse suffering than humans during wars and conflict? The late South African Lawrence Anthony -- also known as the elephant whisperer -- was involved in caring for terrified and emaciated animals in the Bagdad zoo during the Iraq war in 2003. The zoo, containing over 600 animals, was neglected and after 10 days of war there were only 30 animals left! A little closer to home we have the Tembe elephants in Mozambique and the gorillas in the Congo, disabled by mines and traumatised by the civil war in these countries. The Earth Organisation, launched after the Iraqi war, aims to recognise deliberate and irreversible acts of enviro...

    published: 12 Dec 2013
  • Wildlife of Iraq Top # 5 Facts

    Wildlife of Iraq Top # 5 Facts

    published: 01 Nov 2015
  • "Crocodile Hunter" - Gabriel Iglesias (from Hot & Fluffy comedy special)

    Check out this quick bit from my special "Hot & Fluffy" and let me know what you think! Enjoy! -Gabriel Want to see me live? Check out http://fluffyguy.com/tour-dates to see when I'm in your area!

    published: 15 Apr 2010
  • 10 UNREAL ANCIENT LOCATIONS

    From the astonishing city of Masada, to the amazing Petra, these are 10 UNREAL Ancient Locations ! 5. Masada -- Its name in Hebrew means ‘stronghold’ or ‘mountain castle’ … an apt description. It’s often considered a fortress, and is found in Israel, on the western shore of the Dead Sea. It was built by Herod the Great in the 1st century BC. The plateau upon which it was built was surrounded by deep gorges and naturally fortified. And it was known for its ingenious engineering, containing a palace, barracks, a storehouse and an armory. Today, it might be best known for a battle between the Roman legions and 960 Jewish Zealots … which ended with the Zealots mass suicide in 73 AD 4. Churches of Goreme (go-reem) -- Around 2,000 years ago, a volcano erupted in Turkey … the lava a...

    published: 03 Oct 2016
  • Baghdad's Wildlife Trade Is Anything but Tame

    Lions, crocodiles and bears, oh my! Iraq's trade in exotic pets is flourishing as violence in the country subsides, but it's largely unregulated. (May 27)

    published: 27 May 2010
  • Giant Spider! World's Biggest Spider Giant Huntsman Spider

    Worlds Largest Spider! The Giant huntsman spider is huge, but not deadly to humans. Biggest in the world, the Giant Huntsman Spider was just recently discovered in 2001 in a Cave in Laos. Their torso averages about 2 inches long but it's their leg-span which earn them the title as the biggest spider in the world as they can extend to 12 inches long which is about the size of this dinner plate! (show dinner plate) The Goliath Birdeater is considered the second biggest spider in the world or largest if you classify it by sheer mass. These giant huntsman spiders are often mistaken for tarantulas because of their size, however you can easily tell them apart because of their unique crab-like legs which allow them to move side to side with incredible speed and agility making them lighting fa...

    published: 25 Aug 2013
  • Wildlife HD

    published: 02 Aug 2016
  • WAR on ANIMALS (STOP end Animal Abuse Cruelty Welfare Reform Wildlife Poach Meat Factory Farms ISIS

    published: 07 Apr 2017
Iraq's Last Wild River

Iraq's Last Wild River

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  • Updated: 15 Sep 2014
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Our goal was to lead a kayak expedition down the Choman-Rawanduz River of Kurdistan, Iraq in May of 2014 with a team of professional kayakers, river advocates and a videographer that can develop a film about the expedition. The expedition started on 9 May and completed successfully on 18 May 2014. Our objectives were to: Demonstrate the eco-tourism potential of wild and scenic rivers in Iraq; Bring attention to the threats facing the river basin and Encourage sustainable use of and protection for Iraqi rivers in general.
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mammals of Iraq - Video Learning - WizScience.com

mammals of Iraq - Video Learning - WizScience.com

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This is a list of the "mammal species recorded in Iraq". There are 78 mammal species in Iraq, of which 0 are critically endangered, 1 is endangered, 11 are vulnerable, and 3 are near-threatened. 1 of the species listed for Iraq can no longer be found in the wild. The following tags are used to highlight each species' conservation status as assessed by the IUCN: Some species were assessed using an earlier set of criteria. Species assessed using this system have the following instead of Near Threatened and Least Concern categories: ---- Sirenia is an order of fully aquatic, herbivorous mammals that inhabit rivers, estuaries, coastal marine waters, swamps, and marine wetlands. All four species are endangered. ---- Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40 percent of mammalian species. They have two incisors in the upper and lower jaw which grow continually and must be keep short by gnawing. Most rodents are small though the capybara can weigh up to 45 kg . ---- The lagomorphs comprise two families, Leporidae , and Ochotonidae . Though they can resemble rodents, and were classified as a superfamily in that order until the early 20th century, they have since been considered a separate order. They differ from rodents in a number of physical characteristics, such as having four incisors in the upper jaw rather than two. ---- The order Erinaceomorpha contains a single family, Erinaceidae, which comprise the hedgehogs and gymnures. The hedgehogs are easily recognised by their spines while gymnures look more like large rats. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List+of+mammals+of+Iraq, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
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Iraq witnesses Bengal tiger baby boom

Iraq witnesses Bengal tiger baby boom

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  • Updated: 24 Aug 2013
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Bengal tigers are highly endangered. According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are just 2000 Bengal tigers left in the wild, and about 200 in captivity. But they are now undergoing something of a baby boom, in a country still recovering from a decade of war. Al Jazeera’s Jane Arraf reports from Iraqi capital Baghdad.
https://wn.com/Iraq_Witnesses_Bengal_Tiger_Baby_Boom
Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan

Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2012
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http://www.wcswildlifetrade.org/military WCS advised the Department of Defense on threats posed by the illegal wildlife trade to the overall combat mission in Iraq and Afghanistan. This video, narrated by acclaimed actor/director and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity Edward Norton, informs U.S. military personnel about the consequences of buying illegal wildlife products when deployed or stationed overseas. For more information go to: wcswildlifetrade.org/military
https://wn.com/Caught_In_The_Crosshairs_Combating_The_Illegal_Wildlife_Trade_In_Iraq_Afghanistan
WIld Iraq

WIld Iraq

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Bored Marines in Iraq show some of the wildlife's activities in Iraq.
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Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan TRAILER

Caught in the Crosshairs: Combating the Illegal Wildlife Trade in Iraq & Afghanistan TRAILER

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  • Updated: 21 Dec 2011
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http://www.wcswildlifetrade.org/military WCS advised the Department of Defense on threats posed by the illegal wildlife trade to the overall combat mission in Iraq and Afghanistan. This video, narrated by acclaimed actor/director and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity Edward Norton, informs U.S. military personnel about the consequences of buying illegal wildlife products when deployed or stationed overseas. For more information and the full-length video, go to: wcswildlifetrade.org/military
https://wn.com/Caught_In_The_Crosshairs_Combating_The_Illegal_Wildlife_Trade_In_Iraq_Afghanistan_Trailer
Iraq's marshlands, Civilization on the brink of extinction | Omar Al-Sheikhly | TEDxBaghdad

Iraq's marshlands, Civilization on the brink of extinction | Omar Al-Sheikhly | TEDxBaghdad

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2015
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The talk covers two connected topics: (I) the National Geographic Project to conserve one of the Iraqi Endemics Mammals species, the Maxwell Otter. (II) the recent deceasing in the water level of the Iraqi marshes which affect its biodiversity and landscape. Researcher and assistant teacher at the Department of Biology in college of Science of the University of Baghdad. He has Master degree in Animal Ecology, and working as wildlife expert in Iraq and Middle East. The Iraqi member in theIUCN/OSG Species Survival Commission and the Iraqi co-investigator in the National Geographic project in the Iraqi marshes. He has international photography awards and many published researches concerning the conservation of Iraqi environment and biota. Hi is the Iraqi researcher for National Geographic one of the kind project in Iraq to protect the wildlife in the Iraqi marshes. Omar who works as a professor in the science department for Baghdad University is also the Iraqi member in IUCN/OSG ( Species survival commission). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Giant Spider - Camel Spider in Iraq

Giant Spider - Camel Spider in Iraq

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  • Updated: 14 Jun 2013
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The giant camel spider, one of the worlds biggest spiders, lives in desert environments and comes from the Solifugae order of animals in the arachnid class. Arachnids are joint-legged invertebrates that have eight legs and comprises over 100,000 named species including spiders, scorpions and ticks. Also known as wind scorpions, and sun spiders, the Giant Camel Spiders are angry looking and imposing in size with some species growing up to 12 inches in length is non-venomous. However, with its powerful jaws, it is capable of inflicting an extremely painful bite. Their bizarre appearance can be startling to some, making them the subject of many urban legends including a 2004 email hoax with the infamous picture of soldiers in Iraq holding two fighting camel spiders. They live in warm and arid habitats, and are omnivorous, primarily feeding on ground dwelling arthropods such as darkling beetles and termites. But they have also been known to feed on snakes, rodents and as seen in this video, small lizards. The male camel spider flings the female on his back to transfer sperm and fertilize the eggs. The female then lays up to 200 eggs, typically only producing one brood of offspring a year. Compared to other invertebrates, the camel spider is fast on land with a top speed estimated at 10mph, approximately 1/3 as the fastest human sprinter. Although relatively harmless, I would still not like to cross paths with this beast straight out of a 50's b-horror movie. Let's Connect -- http://www.facebook.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.pinterest.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com Royalty Free Music & Sound www.freesfx.co.uk Related Spider Videos -- Giant Spider - Worlds Biggest http://youtu.be/gths8z60j_w -- CAMEL SPIDER IN IRAQ http://youtu.be/upXQM9wi-c8 -- Angry Camel Spider! http://youtu.be/ommiDuKb8iE -- Giant Spider Eating Bird - http://youtu.be/ri5BQdURq9k -- Worlds Most Deadly Spider - http://youtu.be/pQYWBmk_V2g
https://wn.com/Giant_Spider_Camel_Spider_In_Iraq
Wildlife in War Zones

Wildlife in War Zones

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  • Duration: 10:26
  • Updated: 12 Dec 2013
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Thousands of voices cry out for help and justice from war-stricken countries like the Congo and Syria. What of the voiceless creatures that undergo the same, if not worse suffering than humans during wars and conflict? The late South African Lawrence Anthony -- also known as the elephant whisperer -- was involved in caring for terrified and emaciated animals in the Bagdad zoo during the Iraq war in 2003. The zoo, containing over 600 animals, was neglected and after 10 days of war there were only 30 animals left! A little closer to home we have the Tembe elephants in Mozambique and the gorillas in the Congo, disabled by mines and traumatised by the civil war in these countries. The Earth Organisation, launched after the Iraqi war, aims to recognise deliberate and irreversible acts of environmental or animal life destruction as War Crimes. Will the United Nations accept this resolution and implement it in war-stricken countries?
https://wn.com/Wildlife_In_War_Zones
Wildlife of Iraq Top # 5 Facts

Wildlife of Iraq Top # 5 Facts

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  • Updated: 01 Nov 2015
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"Crocodile Hunter" - Gabriel Iglesias (from Hot & Fluffy comedy special)

"Crocodile Hunter" - Gabriel Iglesias (from Hot & Fluffy comedy special)

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  • Updated: 15 Apr 2010
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Check out this quick bit from my special "Hot & Fluffy" and let me know what you think! Enjoy! -Gabriel Want to see me live? Check out http://fluffyguy.com/tour-dates to see when I'm in your area!
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10 UNREAL ANCIENT LOCATIONS

10 UNREAL ANCIENT LOCATIONS

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From the astonishing city of Masada, to the amazing Petra, these are 10 UNREAL Ancient Locations ! 5. Masada -- Its name in Hebrew means ‘stronghold’ or ‘mountain castle’ … an apt description. It’s often considered a fortress, and is found in Israel, on the western shore of the Dead Sea. It was built by Herod the Great in the 1st century BC. The plateau upon which it was built was surrounded by deep gorges and naturally fortified. And it was known for its ingenious engineering, containing a palace, barracks, a storehouse and an armory. Today, it might be best known for a battle between the Roman legions and 960 Jewish Zealots … which ended with the Zealots mass suicide in 73 AD 4. Churches of Goreme (go-reem) -- Around 2,000 years ago, a volcano erupted in Turkey … the lava and ash formed soft rocks in the country’s Cappadocia (kappa-doe-sha) region, that covered some 20,000 kilometers. Present day fairy chimneys were formed as the softer rock was eroded by water and wind, but leaving a the hard cap rock atop the pillars. The people of Goreme, in the heart of the region, realized it was easy to carve houses, monasteries and churches from out of the soft rock. The Christian sanctuaries contains numerous examples of Byzantine artwork. The colorful frescoes are considered an exceptional artistic achievement from this period. 3. Kailasha temple Ellora Caves -- Located in India, this site is thought to represent the pinnacle of Indian rock-cut architecture … and is one of the largest such complexes in the world. Ellora features 34 caves excavated out of the rock. And the caves consist of artwork and monuments of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism (jane-ism) from the period of 600-1000 AD, thought to be when the caves were built. It’s now an archaeological site … but historically, the caves have served as temples for prayers, monasteries for monks and a place for pilgrims to rest. Did you know the world’s single largest monolithic rock excavation is found here? It’s called the Kailasha (kel-asha) Temple, a monument dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. It’s especially notable for its vertical excavation … that is, carvers started from the top of the original rock, then excavated downward. Amazingly, its area is twice the size of the Parthenon in Athens. 2. Lycian (liss-ee-un) Tombs -- The ancient Lycians (liss-ee-uns) were a group of people that didn’t leave behind the most detailed historical record … but they did leave behind some amazing architecture! Lycia was actually a federation of ancient cities located in present-day Turkey. Many of their tombs were cut directly into the rock face, most often a cliff. The elaborate funeral chambers of wealthy Lycians were usually decorated with detailed relief carving. Outside, the tombs displayed important events that occurred during the lifetime of the deceased, as well as their specific likeness. A sliding stone door sealed the entrance. None of the rock-cut tombs can be dated before the 4th century, BC. Other tombs created by the Lycians (liss-ee-uns) include the sarcophagus tomb, notable for their large size and consisting of a base, a grave chamber and a pointed lid. The oldest and least common Lycian tomb is the Pillar Tomb … they only exist in west Lycia and consist of a monolith which narrows toward the top, standing on the ground or positioned on a base. The best known pillar tomb is probably the Harpy Tomb at Xanthos (zan-thos). 1. Petra -- This site was first introduced to the western world by a Swiss explorer in 1812 … but it existed long before that. Although an exact date is unknown, this city may have been established as early as 312 BC by the Nabataeans (na-BAT-ee-uns). Petra is famed for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system. It’s also known as the Rose City, due to the sandstone from which it is carved. Enclosed by gargantuan rock walls of the Wadi Musa (mews) Canyon, Petra enjoyed a perennial water stream, and had the advantages of a fortress. The city became a major junction for main commercial routes that linked Asia and southern Arabia with Egypt, Greece and Rome. Petra is listed as one of the new 7 wonders of the world, and is Jordan’s most visited tourist site. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife
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Baghdad's Wildlife Trade Is Anything but Tame

Baghdad's Wildlife Trade Is Anything but Tame

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Lions, crocodiles and bears, oh my! Iraq's trade in exotic pets is flourishing as violence in the country subsides, but it's largely unregulated. (May 27)
https://wn.com/Baghdad's_Wildlife_Trade_Is_Anything_But_Tame
Giant Spider! World's Biggest Spider Giant Huntsman Spider

Giant Spider! World's Biggest Spider Giant Huntsman Spider

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Worlds Largest Spider! The Giant huntsman spider is huge, but not deadly to humans. Biggest in the world, the Giant Huntsman Spider was just recently discovered in 2001 in a Cave in Laos. Their torso averages about 2 inches long but it's their leg-span which earn them the title as the biggest spider in the world as they can extend to 12 inches long which is about the size of this dinner plate! (show dinner plate) The Goliath Birdeater is considered the second biggest spider in the world or largest if you classify it by sheer mass. These giant huntsman spiders are often mistaken for tarantulas because of their size, however you can easily tell them apart because of their unique crab-like legs which allow them to move side to side with incredible speed and agility making them lighting fast. Although they can produce silk these spiders don't usually build webs as their name comes from their ability to stalk and hunt down their prey. Have you seen Arachnophobia? Like something out of a horror movie these giant carnivorous spiders jump on and attack their prey injecting venom into their victims liquifying the soft tissues which make their prey easy to ingest. They mainly feed on insects and small invertebrates like lizards but sometimes bigger predators become prey as birds, geckos and other animals that try to attack the huntsman spider end up "instead" becoming the SPIDER's next meal Although a human encounter with one of these fearsome spiders may seem deadly, they're venom is not fatal to humans though their bite is very painful and in addition to some swelling of the skin other effects may include nausea, vomiting and headaches. These spiders only live about 2 years and amazingly they're able to regenerate lost limbs. Since it's discovery, these spiders have been turning up all over the world, with recent reports in Florida and Hawaii. They love to inhabit sheds, garages, other dark isolated places. If you find a giant huntsman spider in your home YOU should get rid of it immediately as the female spiders can lay up to 200 eggs and populate very fast. It's best try to relocated the spider instead of killing it as spiders play an important role in controlling the population of other insects and pests. However caution should be taken as these spiders move very quickly and will be difficult to catch and if dealing with a mother spider guarding her eggs she may become extremely aggressive toward you and because if this it might be best to hire an exterminator to handle the removal process. Other Epic Wildlife Deadly Spider Videos -- Deadly New Spider Species Swarm Town http://youtu.be/6DCaykZVKLo -- Giant Camel Spider in Iraq http://youtu.be/GF_OAzfZEFI -- Worlds Most Deadly Spider http://youtu.be/pQYWBmk_V2g -- Strange Spider Species http://youtu.be/ho-v0bv1IgE Subscribe for Wildlife News & Talk - http://tiny.cc/2byriw Let's Connect -- http://www.facebook.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.pinterest.com/epicwildlife -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/
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Wildlife  HD

Wildlife HD

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WAR on ANIMALS (STOP end Animal Abuse Cruelty Welfare Reform Wildlife Poach Meat Factory Farms ISIS

WAR on ANIMALS (STOP end Animal Abuse Cruelty Welfare Reform Wildlife Poach Meat Factory Farms ISIS

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