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Justin Time - Brandon James Scott I am the creator and art director of Justin Time, the animated preschool television series. Your 3-6 year old will gain awesomeness of unparallelled quantities if they find themselves watching it, this I guarantee. The show follows Justin's imagination as it takes him and his imaginary friends Squidgy and Olive on the biggest adventures of all time, to every corner of the world. On Creating a Television Series To say making this show was a wild ride would be like saying chocolate is okay. You can also see more of my work related to the show. Justin Time © guru studio Justin Time - Brandon James Scott
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Paprika (2006) Paprika (2006) Watch Paprika (2006) full movie English Dub. Paprika Synopsis: In the near future, a revolutionary new psychotherapy treatment called PT has been invented. Through a device called the “DC Mini” it is able to act as a “dream detective” to enter into people’s dreams and explore their unconscious thoughts. Before the government can pass a bill authorizing the use of such advanced psychiatric technology, one of the prototypes is stolen, sending the research facility into an uproar. Read our FAQ to solved problem. watch cartoons online free. watch cartoons and watch disney movies online on the any devices: Ipad, tablet, iphone,... 1,680 views Comments Watch Paprika (2006) full movie, Watch Paprika (2006) online free putlocker, Watch Paprika (2006) online, Paprika (2006) full movie youtube, Paprika (2006) free download, Paprika (2006) watch online.
Watch Tokyo Godfathers (2003) full movie in English Watch Tokyo Godfathers (2003) full movie in English Watch Tokyo Godfathers (2003) full movie in English. Tokyo Godfathers Synopsis: Middle-aged alcoholic Gin (Toru Emori), teenage runaway Miyuki (Aya Okamoto) and former drag queen Hana (Yoshiaki Umegaki) are a trio of homeless people surviving as a makeshift family on the streets of Tokyo. While rummaging in the trash for food on Christmas Eve, they stumble upon an abandoned newborn baby in a trash bin. With only a handful of clues to the baby’s identity, the three misfits search the streets of Tokyo for help in returning the baby to its parents. Language: English Sub More infor: IMDB Read our FAQ to solved problem. watch cartoons online free. watch cartoons and watch disney movies online on the any devices: Ipad, tablet, iphone,... 641 views Comments
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Video shows tool use by a fish Video shows tool use by a fish The first video of tool use by a fish has been published in the journal Coral Reefs by Giacomo Bernardi, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. In the video, an orange-dotted tuskfish digs a clam out of the sand, carries it over to a rock, and repeatedly throws the clam against the rock to crush it. Bernardi shot the video in Palau in 2009. "What the movie shows is very interesting. The actions recorded in the video are remarkably similar to previous reports of tool use by fish. "Wrasses are very inquisitive animals," Bernardi said. Wrasses are one of the largest and most diverse families of marine fishes. Tool use was once considered an exclusively human trait, and Jane Goodall's reports of tool use in chimpanzees in the 1960s came as a stunning revelation. Bernardi, who studies fish genetics, said there may be other examples of tool use in fish that have not yet been observed.
Animal cognition is the study of the mental capacities of animals. It has developed out of comparative psychology, including the study of animal conditioning and learning, but has also been strongly influenced by research in ethology, behavioral ecology, and evolutionary psychology. The alternative name cognitive ethology is therefore sometimes used; much of what used to be considered under the title of animal intelligence is now thought of under this heading.[1] Research has examined animal cognition in mammals (especially primates, cetaceans, elephants, dogs, cats, horses,[2][3] raccoons and rodents), birds (including parrots, corvids and pigeons), reptiles (lizards and snakes), fish and invertebrates (including cephalopods, spiders and insects).[1] Historical background[edit] Animal cognition from anecdote to laboratory[edit] The behavioristic half-century[edit] The work of Thorndike, Pavlov and a little later of the outspoken behaviorist John B. The cognitive revolution[edit] Animal cognition Animal cognition
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How Smart Are Dogs? How Smart Are Animals? PBS Airdate: February 9, 2011 NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON (Astrophysicist, American Museum of Natural History): Hi, I'm Neil deGrasse Tyson, your host of NOVA ScienceNOW, where this season we're asking six big questions. Meet Chaser. She knows the name of every single one of these? And it's not just her. Look at that intensity. And researchers are finally taking notice. BRIAN HARE (Duke University): A dog is like a soldier of science. NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: Find Crawdad. BRIAN HARE: If we can figure out how they think, then we'll understand ourselves. NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: Excellent, excellent, good job! And a trip to paradise, where some of the smartest creatures... TERI BOLTON (Roatan Institute for Marine Sciences): Come on, boy. NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: ...who can even read symbols, are also the most talkative. TERI BOLTON: These are his clicks. NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: But what are they saying? STAN KUCZAJ (University of Southern Mississippi): Is a whistle a word? Also,... ALEX: Shower. How Smart Are Dogs?
Disabled killer whale with missing fins survives with the help of family who hunt for its food Rainer Schimpf spotted the whale off Port Elizabeth in South AfricaIt was missing its right-side pectoral fin and dorsal fin But it was cared for by its pod which shared food with the young male By Becky Evans Published: 10:17 GMT, 19 May 2013 | Updated: 20:08 GMT, 19 May 2013 A disabled killer whale that is missing two fins is able to survive in the wild with the help of its family, who hunt food its food. The young killer whale has no dorsal fin or right-side pectoral fin, leaving it unable to hunt for itself. But rather than be left to fend for itself or die, the whale appears to be cared for by members of its pod, which share their food with the youngster. The disabled killer whale is allowed to share the spoils of the hunt by fellow pod members The young whale is missing its dorsal fin and its right pectoral fin and cannot hunt The killer whale was photographed off the coast of Port Elizabeth, South Africa by Rainer Schimpf Disabled killer whale with missing fins survives with the help of family who hunt for its food
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The Melancholy of Don Bluth – Film School Rejects The Melancholy of Don Bluth – Film School Rejects There was a time when McDonalds used to give away VHS tapes with happy meals, and by some stroke of luck, one day my mom picked The Land Before Time. It was the first film to etch itself onto me — the way film tends to with kids. I would recreate the plot with stuffed animals and parrot the lines to whoever would listen; I pawed that VHS box until the cardboard went soft. A couple years ago, I saw that Land Before Time was playing on t.v. and couldn’t remember the last time I’d watched it all the way through. There was a regime change in animation during the 80's. That there is a dark tenor to Bluth’s work has been thoroughly, albeit perhaps vaguely, noted, often citing individual moments of terror (cc: Sharptooth, you dick). These stories are full of crystalline moments of narrative sadness; specific story moments at which I inevitably mutter a “fuck you Don Bluth,” and try not to cry. Thematically, there is an ever-present air of death about Bluth’s work that is profoundly sad.
While it was hard to narrow it down, this is a list, in no particular order, of some of our favourite stop motion videos, combining the most popular and the lesser known stop motion videos on YouTube. Yellow Sticky Notes Yellow Sticky Notes has to be the most elegant and creative way to put together a to-do list. Using nothing more than post-it-notes and a pen, this 6 minute video takes you through a 9 year period of the animator’s life. Inspiré/Seattle Ski Stop-Motion Over 1,700 photographs were used to create this 2 minute skiing adventure through downtown Seattle. Game Over PES has an unbelievable amount of stop motion videos uploaded on YouTube. Controversy The plot here is very simple – if something or someone is annoying you – play dead. Pancakes II You’d be surprised how funny and entertaining a stop motion video of making and eating pancakes can be, but Pancakes II has over 3 million views to prove just how true that is. Change Minilogue The Whiteboard Rymdreglage – 8-bit trip Deadline 15 Of The Coolest Stop Motion Videos On YouTube 15 Of The Coolest Stop Motion Videos On YouTube
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Farm Animals for Kids Farms and farm animals are an enduring theme with children, and we've got a great collection of... Here's a collection of fun farm animal colour by number pages. Two versions available - one UK... Farm animals are a classic "theme" with little children, so we decided to pull together... Scroll down for our collection of farm animal worksheets for kids to use for fact-finding, research... All young children seem to love farm animals - so we have created a collection of farm animal... Farm animals are fun for kids, especially the little ones, and they enjoy having them around. Here's something a little different! What did the philosopher pig say? If you are doing a farm animals themed unit, visiting a children's farm, or just having some... Looking at farms in the spring time when lots of baby animals are being born is a popular topic so... Here's a brand new collection of colouring pages, posters and worksheets to help your children... Farm Animals for Kids
Amazing Animals A lesson about what makes animals so amazing. Raccoons: Nature's Little Rascals The different characteristics of raccoons. Bats Learn facts about bats, where they live, and what they eat. Polar Bears Learn facts about polar bears, including how they have adapted to their environment. Elephants Students will learn about elephants. Giraffes Students will learn about giraffes. Hippopotamus Students will learn about the hippopotamus. Rhinoceros Students will learn about Rhinos. Zebras Students will learn about zebras. Cheetahs Students will learn about cheetahs. Jaguars Students will learn about jaguars. Lions Students will learn about lions. Mountain Lions Students will learn about mountain lions. Tigers Students will learn about tigers. Alligators and Crocodiles Students will learn about alligators and crocodiles. Frogs and Toads Students will learn about frogs and toads. Lizards Students will learn about lizards. Salamanders Students will learn about salamanders. Snakes Students will learn about snakes. Owls Animals Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Teaching Activities
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Tenencia Responsable La tenencia responsable es el conjunto de obligaciones que adquiere una persona o familia cuando decide adoptar una mascota. Su objetivo es asegurar la buena convivencia y el bienestar de los animales y las personas que viven junto a ellos. Los principales aspectos ligados a la tenencia responsable son los cuidados veterinarios, el ambiente adecuado y el control de la reproducción. Desparasitación: Tiene por objeto eliminar los parásitos que habitan el intestino de tu perro o gato, y que pueden producir alteraciones digestivas y enflaquecimiento progresivo. Desde hace más de 12.000 años que se comenzó a escribir nuestra historia de convivencia con los perros. Control de la reproducción: Con más de 400.000 cachorros naciendo cada año en Santiago, cientos de miles de animales viviendo situaciones de total abandono en las calles y un sin número mantenido bajo condiciones de precariedad, es absolutamente inaceptable que permitas que tu perro o gato se reproduzca. 1.
Santiago de Chile, 16 julio 2015.- Señora Directora Antes de iniciar, quisiera darte mis sincera felicitaciones por tu labor de información y ayuda hacia los animales. 1. b) Además, en teoría, la ley es aplicable para todos los habitantes de la República, según nuestro Constitución. 2. 3. 4. 5. También quiero mencionar la incoherencia con el proyecto de ley que finalmente el Gobierno retiro por presión de la ciudadanía que permitía la caza de perros asilvestrados. Ni el proyecto ni los reglamentos promueven reales soluciones para la tenencia responsable de mascotas ni para el respeto a los animales. En relación al reglamento, es insuficiente y parece más un panfleto que, al ser lanzado, pretende dejar tranquilo a un sector de la sociedad, que una solución real al problema. El espíritu de la ley, además, se ve claramente vulnerado si consideramos las bajas penas a los cuales hoy se encuentran expuestos quienes cometen maltrato animal. En fin. Saludos y éxito en tu tarea Atte Ángela López TODO SOBRE PROYECTO DE LEY DE TENENCIA RESPONSABLE DE ANIMALES EN CHILE MIRADO DESDE LA CIUDADANÍA - PrensAnimalista
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Animal testing has contributed to many life-saving cures and treatments. The California Biomedical Research Association states that nearly every medical breakthrough in the last 100 years has resulted directly from research using animals. Experiments in which dogs had their pancreases removed led directly to the discovery of insulin, critical to saving the lives of diabetics. The polio vaccine, tested on animals, reduced the global occurrence of the disease from 350,000 cases in 1988 to 223 cases in 2012. 113] Animal research has also contributed to major advances in understanding and treating conditions such as breast cancer, brain injury, childhood leukemia, cystic fibrosis, malaria, multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis, and many others, and was instrumental in the development of pacemakers, cardiac valve substitutes, and anesthetics. Chris Abee, Director of the University of Texas M.D. Animals are appropriate research subjects because they are similar to human beings in many ways. Animal Testing - ProCon.org
October 21, 2012 Humane Society International More than 100 million animals are killed each year in laboratories around the world. iStock What is animal testing? What animals are used? What's wrong with animal testing? What's the alternative? If animal testing is so unreliable, why does it continue? Are animal experiments needed for medical progress? Read HSI's other FAQs about animal testing What is animal testing? The term "animal testing" refers to procedures performed on living animals for purposes of research into basic biology and diseases, assessing the effectiveness of new medicinal products, and testing the human health and/or environmental safety of consumer and industry products such as cosmetics, household cleaners, food additives, pharmaceuticals and industrial/agro-chemicals. What types of animals are used? Video: Watch what scientists have to say about alternatives to animal testing. Animal use statistics What's wrong with animal testing? What's the alternative? About Animal Testing
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