Crazy Ants Invade – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]
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Crazy Ants Invade – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

– ED LEBRUN: Sweeping up dead ants every day. Millions of ants inside their house. Ants getting into the electrical equipment and then the electric circuit shorts out– Just much, much worse.– NARRATOR: The script is familiar.An exotic ant invades,wreaking havoc.But these are not fire ants,and this is not a horror film.– FILM NARRATOR: There […]

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Coyote Valley: Connecting People, Connecting Wildlife

Welcome to Coyote Valley. A key wildlife corridor connecting connecting the Diablo Range and the Santa Cruz Mountains. Coyote Valley is located just south of the city of San Jose, before you get to Morgan Hill, along Highway 101. Coyote Valley is extremely important to keep its open space, because it’s a biodiversity hotspot. Here […]

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Protecting and preserving Littoral Rainforest
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Protecting and preserving Littoral Rainforest

We’re here today on the littoral rainforest in Newport in the Pittwater area of Sydney. It’s very important to the community to look after this land because it is very special there’s not much littoral rainforest and we have to conserve whatever we’ve got. A littoral rainforest is is partially defined by its proximity to […]

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Turtle Island Preserve | NC Now | UNC-TV
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Turtle Island Preserve | NC Now | UNC-TV

[CHANTING] ♪>>TURTLE ISLAND PRESERVE COMES FROM OUR NATIVE HERITAGE, NATIVE AMERICANS. THEY OFTEN THOUGHT OF OUR ENTIRE EARTH BEING SUPPORTED BY A TURTLE. SO THE WORD FOR EARTH IN NATIVE LANGUAGES IS TURTLE ISLAND. SO TURTLE ISLAND IS BASICALLY EARTH. SO WHEN WE SAY TURTLE ISLAND PRESERVE, WE CAN TRANSLATE THAT AS EARTH PRESERVE. AND […]

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