1. First Stop Hueco-The Movie

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    The year of "Can-Am Flight 5.14" had arrived and these two American and two Canadian climbers set off on the climbing trip of a lifetime. First stop is Hueco Tanks, Texas, where you can find some of the most amazing boulders in the world. Featuring La Sportiva athletes: Dave Heerema and Leslie Timms, and the rest of the Can-Am Team: Karissa Dunbar, Jason Marshall and Kyle Thomas. This movie captures a wide range of Hueco Tanks classics ranging from "Nobody Gets Out of Here Alive" V2 to "Dark Age" V11, "Loaded with Power'" V10, and many more. Filmed and Edited by Leslie Timms Shout out to La Sportiva, Sanuk and Blurr for being awesome. www.sportiva.com www.shop-sanuk.ca www.blurrstuff.com Music by: Lonely Island- Throw it on the Ground DJ Jarrko Roots Manuva The Cool Kids- I rock www.leslietimms.ca

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    • The Reptile Man

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      The Reptile Man came and visited Ashton on his 7th birthday. http://www.oregonreptileman.com/

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      • David Mason: A Fistful of V8's at Camp 4.

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        The weather while we were in Yosemite was less than ideal but I managed to scrape my way up the ultra classic King Cobra, Midnight Lightning and Bruce Lee. All three are masterpieces in their own right- tall, clean features on immaculate Yosemite granite. Each problem requires something different from your climbing repertoire; from the "stick insect in a jar" (thanks Mina) of King Cobra to the basic strength required for Midnight Lightning and the technical, crystal pulling on Bruce Lee.

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        • Classics from Camp 4.

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          from mina leslie-wujastyk / Added

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          Three classic climbs in the Camp 4 area of Yosemite. These should be part of any aspiring climbers' ticklist and I was so happy to get to the top of them! Thriller V10 The Force V9 King Cobra V8

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          • How do honey badgers excavate, protect against biotic factors, and protect against toxins? – AskNature Nuggets

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            How Does Nature... Excavate, Protect Against Biotic Factors, and Protect Against Toxins? Randall's famous "The Crazy Nastya** Honey Badger" video launched a thousand memes but why did this particular organism capture the internet's attention? Let the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute's Megan Schuknecht explain exactly what makes the honey badger such a, for lack of a better description, badass. AskNature Nuggets | Episode 12 --------------------------- TRANSCRIPT: If you haven't heard of the honey badger, you haven't been watching enough wacky animal videos on YouTube or following American college football. But honey badgers have a lot more to offer us than pure entertainment value. Also known as ratels, honey badgers are weasel-like animals that are found throughout Africa, India, and the Middle East. They are relative loners and are known for their ferociousness and fearlessness. Honey badgers are stocky and tough. They can be up to 12 inches tall and about 40 inches long, including their tail. They have a number of fascinating adaptations that have contributed to their almost mythic status. Their front feet are wide and padded, and very strong. They have with long, curved sharp claws--up to an inch and a half long--making them excellent diggers. These adaptations also make a wide variety of food sources available to honey badgers, including burrowing rodents, bee larvae found in crevices of rocks, and even turtles. Honey badgers have very thick, loose skin, especially around their necks, allowing them to turn their heads up to 180 degrees and bite any attacker back! This loose skin is also very resistant to bee stings, bites, and even machete blows. One of the most interesting adaptations of honey badgers is their resistance to snake bite (venom). Snake meat is a favorite snack of honey badgers. Honey badgers that have been bitten by king cobras or puff adders, for example, have been known to go into a coma-like state, only to wake up a few hours later to finish their meal and carry on with their day. By learning from the honey badger, could we come up with better excavation equipment or better protective skins for our buildings? Maybe honey badgers can teach us how to manufacture better anti-venoms for snakebites or even better ways to store those anti-venoms.

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            • Team U.S.A. in Hueco 2012

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              The long awaited video.. Sorry it took so long. One week in Hueco Tanks, TX, an amazing bouldering area. Bad audio, bad angles, bad video quality, and a ton of fun with awesome friends!

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              • will i am

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                This is a visualization exercise. Take nirvana. No need to stop, Nirvana. Let your body drop. Take nirvana. Without selection or distortion. Zero. From a point of zero interference. You can make your own movie from the point of no interference. Once you stop interfering the movies move themselves. Once you stop interfering the movies move themselves. So turn the zero camera on yourself. Action! Camera!

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                • King Cobra video

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                  King Cobra, America’s first cobra-themed, racing tube slide, today bares its venomous fangs at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. King Cobra’s unique configuration enables two tubes to race through a circular path with twists, turns and surprises through enclosed and open sections of the slide at speeds up to 32 miles per hour. The ride’s finale features a sudden, 25-foot plunge at a 50-degree angle with riders racing until the heart-pounding finish as they appear to be swallowed by the massive jaws of the cobra. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/57089-six-flags-hurricane-harbor-unleashes-king-cobra-water-slide

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                  • Kings and Queens

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                    A short video featuring the King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah), filmed in a private collection.

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                    • ENCUENTROS EN LA TERCERA EDAD-FRAN DE LA JUNGLA

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                      from Jordi Moltó Fernández / Added

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                      Hace 50 años el abuelo de Frank Cuesta ya hacía el mismo programa que su nieto. He aquí uno de los vídeos que inspiró el formato Frank de la Jungla.

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