Good lesson for anybody who struggles losing their posture during the backswing. Use this player as an example highlighting his pelvis with the line, highlighting his head with a couple of lines. You’ll see clearly here in the backswing, his head will move away from the golf ball. His chest moving away from the golf […]
COMM: 68-year-old Remy runs a private rescue centre for big cats in France. COMM: Four years after, Remy decided to make big cats the focus of his life. COMM: So, Remy set about making his property into a place for these animals to live in.
Hello, and welcome to HistoryPod. On the 12th January 1967, Dr James Hiram Bedford became the first human being to be cryonically preserved. James Bedford had been a psychology professor at the University of California before developing kidney cancer that later metastasized to his lungs. He died, aged 73, in the early afternoon of 12 […]
Welcome back everyone – I hope youre not eating right now because were about to get real gory. My name is Danny Burke and this is the Top 10 Scary Preserved Body Parts. Why were they preserved? Different reasons. Should they have been preserved? Ehhh, Ill let you guys decide. Its gonna get really weird. […]
[Music] [Boy] Mum, Is dad ok? Of course he is. [Woman] His pride got hurt. That happens sometimes. [Woman] He’s been out of work before and he always finds his way. [Music] If you’ve got a better plan for me, tell me. I’ll try it. Maybe it’ll be better than this.
Aristotle’s biology is the theory of biology, grounded in systematic observation and collection of data, mainly zoological, embodied in Aristotle’s books on the science. Many of his observations were made during his stay on the island of Lesbos, including especially his descriptions of the marine biology of the Pyrrha lagoon, now the Gulf of Kalloni. […]
INDIANAPOLIS PRIZE ANNOUNCED.. LONG- TIME CONSERVATIONIST.. RUSS MITTERMEIER HAS WON THIS YEAR’S AWARD. HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO SAVING SPECIES.. SPANS DECADES OF WORK WITH ANIMALS.. AND TEACHING PEOPLE THE IMPORTANCE.. OF THE ENVIRONMENT. OUR JOHN STEHR SHOWS US.. HOW THE WINNER HAS SEEN MORE PRIMATES IN THE WILD IN HIS LIFETIME.. THAN ANY OTHER CONSERVATIONIST IN […]
A trophy hunter looking to snag a grand kill almost met his maker when the reptile fought back Justin Perchalski decided to go out on the rivers just two days into the legal hunting season in Florida when he spotted a potential prize Swimming through the swamp close to the 30-year-old and his three male […]
Frank Chapman opened his earliest version of North American Birds in 1902. The hall would feature a total of 34 dioramas, and it’s estimated that he traveled a total of 90,000 miles with his team of artists and taxidermists to collect those exhibits and visit these specific sites. One of his real concerns and passions […]
In the late 1760s, Alexander, the son of tenant farmers John and Ann Greig, left Fraserburgh, Scotland for Bergen, Norway. Over the years that followed, Alexander Greig, now Grieg, returned many times to Scotland until the deaths of his parents. In their memory, he and his siblings erected a gravestone in Rathen kirkyard, Aberdeenshire, not […]