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    10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!
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    10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!

    October 17, 2019


    From a fish stabbing someone in the neck to
    whales dragging ships down, here are 10 amazing moments a sea monster affected a boat…. 10. Great White Shark If you’ve been on a boat out on the ocean,
    a Jaws attack has probably crossed your mind. Even if it’s just barely!! Then of course you rationalize that the chances
    of that happening are practically 0. Practically. That’s what Terry Selwood, a 73-year-old
    Australian fisherman learned in 2017, when a great white shark leapt out of the water,
    into his boat!! The 9-foot-long beast hit him on the arm as
    it landed, and knocked him back, then it started writhing and thrashing about. The quick-thinking fisherman immediately went
    for his radio to call for help, and when the marine rescue unit arrived, they found a scene
    of carnage. Selwood was covered in blood with numerous
    lacerations on his right forearm’ according to the official statement, and they also found
    quote: ‘a large shark in the cabin of the not so large fishing boat’. Selwood went on to make a full recovery, but
    can you imagine a great white jumping at you out of nowhere?? What was it thinking??? Next time Selwood goes out onto the water,
    he should probably use a bigger boat! 9. An Eagle Ray Rays seem like beautiful, serene creatures
    – but they can be extremely dangerous, even if you’re on the relative safety of a large
    tourist boat. In 2011, Jenny Hausch had rented a 26-foot
    catamaran for her family to take a trip in Florida. Sounds really nice right? Or not, because you already know what this
    video is about!! At first it was like any normal trip, but
    suddenly a 300-pound spotted eagle ray leapt from the water and landed on the deck. It hit Jenny, and knocked her down to the
    floor, pinning her down and its barb landed right next to her. Miraculously she didn’t suffer any injuries,
    though, and was just covered in slime. Moments before the incident, they had taken
    a photograph of the ray as it was leaping out of the water near them, before it jumped
    again and landed on the boat. Luckily for those on board, two wildlife officers
    had sailed past at the time, and heard the screams. They were able to get onto the catamaran and
    lift the ray back into the water. Eagle rays are huge, second only to the Manta
    Ray. In 2008, a woman was killed by a 75-pound
    ray, also in Florida, when it flew out of the water and hit her in the face. She and the ray both died from the impact. This species is well known for its ability
    to launch itself above the waves, and its massive wingspan lets it glide through the
    air for a moment before landing with a flop. Scientists aren’t completely sure why they
    do it, but it could be as a mating ritual, to rid themselves of parasites or to escape
    predators. Maybe even for fun!! So anyway, eagle rays don’t attack boats
    on purpose, but geez, you have the whole ocean to be jumping around with your 300-pounds!! 8. Swordfish In 2017, Alan Pope, a British tourist, was
    on a boat trip getting ready to go snorkeling in Indonesia when everything went horribly
    wrong. Without any warning, a swordfish jumped out
    of the water and into the boat, and impaled his neck with its bill. The end snapped off, and left six inches of
    the sword still jabbed inside his neck, just millimeters from instantly killing him. All of this came without any warning so there
    is NO WAY this freak accident could have been avoided, unless you just never went out onto
    the ocean. The bill of a swordfish is just as sharp as
    a kitchen knife and, with blood pouring out from the wound, he was taken straight to hospital. At first his wife and others on the boat thought
    he had been shot, since the injury was so sudden and impactful. It was another 36 hours, and 3-hospital visits
    later before doctors felt confident enough to try to remove it. No one saw the swordfish itself, and it’s
    thought to have fallen back into the water. Luckily for Pope, it was a juvenile fish-
    something that can be determined because the bill still had teeth on it, which swordfish
    lose once they grow larger than 3 feet. If it had been an adult, it’s more than
    likely that he wouldn’t have survived to tell the tale. And now for number 7 but first be sure to
    subscribe!! 7. Sperm Whales The Gulf of Alaska is a prime fishing location,
    especially for those trying to catch black cod. In these waters, though, there is a much larger
    creature that also likes eating the fish- sperm whales. They are the ocean’s largest toothed predators,
    and while they are quite capable of catching food for themselves, they much prefer taking
    the easy route. They let the fishermen do all of the hard
    work, and just as they are about to haul the catch onto the boats, the whales strike and
    steal them off the lines. Smart!! They use their long jaws to create extreme
    tension on the lines, which then snaps the fish off the hooks and they can start eating
    them up!! Not only does this take the prize catch away
    from the fishermen, but it also creates dangerous conditions for the boats which are pulled
    off course by the immense power of the whales. This behaviour was first noticed in the 1970’s,
    and as each season passes it becomes even more common. They have perfected their technique, and there
    are now far more whales in the region since whaling has been banned. It’s thought to cost the economy hundreds
    of thousands of dollars each year, and has led to scientists being called in to try and
    develop techniques to stop it from happening. Nature is fighting back!! 6. Giant Squid Mostly creatures of legend, giant squids are
    mentioned in many old mariners tales of dangers at sea. But they are rarely seen, let alone involved
    in attacking boats. So when a team of French sailors came face
    to face with one in 2003, they almost didn’t believe it!! They were taking part in the Jules Verne Trophy,
    a sailing race around the world. Several hours into their journey on that day,
    off the coast of the Portuguese island of Madeira that lies to the west of Africa, they
    discovered that a giant squid had clamped onto their hull. Uncertain at first what was interfering with
    their steering, one of the sailors spotted a tentacle through a porthole. He described it as thicker than his leg, and
    pulling incredibly hard. They then found that another 2 tentacles were
    blocking the rudder, which would explain why they had difficulty in navigating. Giant squid can grow to up to 60 feet long,
    and this one was estimated to be about 26 feet. Without anything on board to help fend it
    off, they had no choice but to stop the boat, and luckily for them it released its grip. Giant squid? Or maybe the Kraken!! 5. Bull Shark You might think that a great white shark would
    be the most problematic shark species to boats, but there’s another type that can be more
    aggressive, and more likely to risk an encounter. In 2007, Captain Roger Schmall and his crew
    were doing what they always did- they were out on the shrimping boat off the coast of
    Florida catching shrimp. Despite his many years of experience, nothing
    had prepared him for what he’d face on this trip. An unknown number of bull sharks took interest
    in the boat, and followed it for four days, taking advantage of all the refuse that was
    being dropped into the water from the boat. Pretty smart creatures huh? You thought that a great white was bad? Think again!! Eventually the sharks became aggressive and
    started striking the hull. Then, things got worse, and a giant 14 foot
    shark knocked the propeller from the ship, and left the crew stranded and slowly sinking. Fortunately they were able to radio for help,
    and were rescued just in time. The sharks swim off to search for food elsewhere,
    and the captain managed to get his boat fixed, and was back on the water within a matter
    of days. No problem! 4. Jellyfish Sometimes it’s the smallest things that
    can have the biggest effect, something that became ever so apparent in 2017 when Chinese
    scientists were investigating why their aircraft carriers were experiencing difficulties. They found that large swarms of Jellyfish
    were getting caught up in the propulsion systems! This would stop the ships dead in their tracks,
    or cause the engines to overheat and cause extreme damage. The irony here is that the problem is of their
    own doing, because extreme overfishing, particularly of sharks for shark fin soup, is causing the
    population of jellies around the world to massively increase. This has led to the need for various solutions,
    such as chemicals to kill them, or elaborate devices that involve nets and sharp blades
    to slice the jellyfish to bits before they can cause any damage. However ridiculous this problem may seem,
    it’s not just warships that are being affected. Power plants around the world are also having
    to take steps, because when large swarms of jellyfish get sucked up through the saltwater
    intake pumps, big problems can occur. 3. Mako Shark This next story took place just last year,
    2017 in Long Island, New York. A fishing charter boat was taking guests to
    the location where they find the widest variety of fish, when suddenly a Mako shark jumped
    onto the side of the boat. Unfortunately for the fish, it managed to
    get itself stuck in the handrail of the boat and, despite thrashing about, it couldn’t
    free itself. The fishermen on board couldn’t find an
    easy way to release it either, so they came up with an ingenious plan. One of them tied a rope around the shark’s
    fin, while another kept its head facing towards the water by getting a hook in its mouth. They were then able to use the rope to lower
    the beast back into the water before cutting it free to swim away. Mako sharks, like this one, can grow to up
    to 12 feet long, and are incredibly powerful. It was lucky these fishermen were able to
    think quickly and find a solution, otherwise things could have gotten far more dangerous
    as the shark got more and more distressed. Just think- if you found yourself in this
    situation, would you be brave enough to put a hook into a stressed out shark’s mouth? No, I didn’t think so! 2. Black Marlin Game fishing is a popular pastime for many
    enthusiasts, but when you’re chasing after some of the largest and most powerful marine
    creatures on earth, you have to be ready for the unpredictable. Again last year, things went very wrong indeed
    for a fishing boat off the coast of Panama. They had caught a black marlin, a species
    that can weight up to 1500 pounds and reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. On this occasion, the fish put up an almighty
    fight. To try and help the situation, the captain
    put the boat in reverse to try and help reel the line in (well, help the fishermen I mean
    because at this point the Marlin is fighting for its life), but at this moment, a big wave
    came crashing over the side. The water caused the captain to slip and,
    in the process, knock the reverse gear into full throttle. This caused the boat to lurch forward into
    the waves and, as you can see, capsize. Luckily for those on board, all were rescued
    without any injury- but it’s definitely an experience they won’t forget in a hurry. 1. Killer Whale If you’ve ever watched a nature documentary
    that’s featured Killer Whales, you’ll be all too familiar how organised and clever
    they can be. Pods work together to catch prey, and even
    tilt ice flows to trap seals. When they turn these skills towards human
    activity, the results can be frightening. In 2017, Victor Littlefield had taken his
    14-year-old son and two of his friends on a fishing trip near Little Birka island off
    the coast of Alaska. At first things were calm, but then the boat
    began to rock from side to side. At first Littlefield thought they were being
    attacked by a shark, but the familiar shape of an Orca soon became visible in the water
    as it swam in to ram the boat. Somehow it managed to grab hold of the anchor
    and used it to pull on the boat, and the tension caused almost made it capsize. Luckily, the line broke and the Killer Whale
    swam off with the anchor. Littlefield’s quick thinking of attaching
    a buoy to the line meant that he was able to retrieve it once the Orca had let go, and
    they were able to return home without any injury. There’s no record of an Orca killing a human
    in the wild before, but if incidents like this happen again, it’s quite possible there
    could be more and more confrontations. Thanks for watching, have you ever had a scary
    experience at sea?

    The secret lives of baby fish – Amy McDermott
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    The secret lives of baby fish – Amy McDermott

    October 9, 2019


    What you’re looking at
    isn’t some weird x-ray. It’s actually a baby yellow tang surgeonfish
    at two months old. And you thought your childhood
    was awkward. But here is the same fish as an adult, a beautiful inhabitant of the
    Indian and Pacific Oceans’ coral reefs and one of the most popular captive fish
    for salt water aquariums. Of the 27,000 known fish species,
    over a quarter live on coral reefs that make up less than 1%
    of the Earth’s surface. But prior to settling down in this
    diverse tropical environment, baby coral reef fish face the difficult
    process of growing up on their own, undergoing drastic changes,
    and the journey of a lifetime before they find that reef to call home. The life cycle for most of these fish begins when their parents spew
    sperm and eggs into the water column. This can happen daily, seasonally,
    or yearly depending on the species, generally following lunar or
    seasonal tidal patterns. Left to their fate, the fertilized eggs
    drift with the currents, and millions of baby larvae
    hatch into the world. When they first emerge,
    the larvae are tiny and vulnerable. Some don’t even have gills yet
    and must absorb oxygen directly from the water
    through their tissue-thin skin. They may float in the water column
    anywhere from minutes to months, sometimes drifting thousands of miles
    across vast oceans, far from the reefs where they were born. Along the way, they must
    successfully avoid predators, obtain food, and ride the right currents
    to find their way to a suitable adult habitat, which might as well be a needle
    in vast haystack of ocean. So, how did they accomplish this feat? Until recently, marine biologists thought of
    larval fish as largely passive drifters, dispersed by ocean currents
    to distant locales. But in the last 20 years,
    new research has suggested that larvae may not be
    as helpless as they seem, and are capable of taking
    their fate in their own fins to maximize their chances of survival. The larvae of many species are
    unexpectedly strong swimmers, and can move vertically in the water column
    to place themselves in different water masses and preferentially ride certain currents. These fish may be choosing the best routes
    to their eventual homes. When searching for these homes, evidence suggests that larvae navigate
    via a complex suite of sensory systems, detecting both sound and smell. Odor, in particular, allows larvae to
    distinguish between different environments, even adjacent reefs, helping guide them toward their
    preferred adult habitats. Many will head for far-flung locales
    miles away from their birth place. But some will use smell
    and other sensory cues to navigate back to the reefs
    where they were born, even if they remain in the
    larval stage for months. So, what happens when larvae
    do find a suitable coral reef? Do they risk it all in one jump
    from the water column, hoping to land in exactly
    the right spot to settle down and metamorphose into adults? Not exactly. Instead, larvae appear to have
    more of a bungee system. Larvae will drop down in the water column
    to check out a reef below. If conditions aren’t right,
    they can jump back up into higher water masses and ride on, chancing that the next reef
    they find will be a better fit. But this is the point
    where our knowledge ends. We don’t know the geographic movements
    of individual larva for most species. Nor do we know which exact environmental
    cues and behaviors they use to navigate to the reefs
    they will call home. But we do know that these tiny trekkers are more than the fragile
    and helpless creatures science once believed them to be. The secret lives of baby fish
    remain largely mysterious to us, unknown adventures waiting to be told.

    Prussian Carp In Alberta, Canada: The truth about this invasive fish species.
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    Prussian Carp In Alberta, Canada: The truth about this invasive fish species.

    October 8, 2019


    – [Narrator] Just how do you track down an invasive fish species? That’s today’s news. (triumphant music) Prussian carp are becoming a real threat to Alberta’s native fish populations. Already confirmed in the Red Deer, South Saskatchewan and other
    Southern Alberta water bodies, Prussian carp appear to
    be expanding their range. Determining where these fish are located has become somewhat of
    a CSI investigation. – [Woman] So we just need
    to fill this with water, ’cause it helps once we
    stick the filter cup on. It helps pull whatever
    the capillary action of everything through. – [Narrator] The testing is
    relatively straightforward: a plastic cup with a
    special filter designed to capture traces of DNA
    is placed into the water. That sample is then sealed
    and will be sent away for analysis. The Alberta Conservation
    Association is sampling sites across the province
    in order to better determine the range of the carp. – How far have they spread,
    maybe where did they start, where have they spread
    to, and are there reasons why they haven’t spread
    further beyond that to the areas that we
    maybe don’t find them? Is it something that is
    environmental in nature or is it just because they
    haven’t gotten there yet, or because someone hasn’t
    moved them there yet? – [Narrator] The Prussian
    carp has the ability to adapt to just about
    any aquatic environment. Add to this their unique
    spawning abilities, and you would think we’re dealing
    with some alien life form. – The females don’t
    need males to reproduce. All they need is sperm
    from another cyprinid so it’s just kinda the
    broader species category that they’re found in. So there’s a lot of different minnows that fall in Alberta that fall
    within those categories of cyprinids. So, it just needs that to
    kind of trigger reproduction, it doesn’t use any genetic
    material from those males of those species. Then they produce these
    clones of themselves, so it’s a very quick reproducing. They can reproduce I
    think three times a year, or up to three times a year. So it’s very fast and a
    lot faster than any of our native species that we have here. – [Narrator] So the bottom line: If you catch a Prussian Carp, kill it and either take it home to eat, or dispose of the carcass properly. (triumphant music)

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    Jamestown sailboat incident

    October 2, 2019


    (BY) NEW THIS MORNING…. WE’RE WORKING TO LEARN MORE DETAILS ABOUT AN INCIDENT INVOLVING A SAILBOAT IN JAMESTOWN. IT HAPPENED YESTERDAY JUST AFTER 6:00 P-M. COAST GUARD OFFICIALS SAY A PART OF A BOAT’S MAST BROKE OFF AND HIT THE JAMESTOWN BRIDGE. KINGSTOWN MARINE 5 WAS FIRST ON SCENE — THEY MONITORED THE SAILBOAT UNTIL THEY COULD GET TO THE NEAREST MOORING AT PLUM BEACH. TWO PEOPLE WERE ON BOARD BUT NO INJURIES

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    Boating safety on Labor Day

    September 29, 2019


    FARRON: GOOD AFTERNOON. THE PARKINGrt LOT IS PACKED WITH PEOPLE WHO ALL SAY THEY CANNOT WAIT TO HEAD OUT TO THE WATER. A LOT OF PEOPLE HAS MARKET BECAUSE THERE IS NO SCHOOL. SOME PrtEOPLE SAY THEY WANTED A NEW SEEN IT TO PARTY. EVERYONE WANTS TO MAKE SURE THEY PUT AN EMPHASIS ON A SAFETY WHILE THEY ARE HAVING FUN. rtUNTIE THOSE ROPES AND CATCH SOME WAYS. LOADS OF BOATERS CAME TO UNWIND.>>rt INDISPUTABLE WHETHER WE LIVE AROUND HERE. IT IS THE OCEAN WE GET TO ENJOY, RIGHT, BUD? FARRON: HIS SON ANDrt THE REST OF THE FAMILY SAY THEY ALL KNOW THE RULES ON THE WATER.>>MAKE SURE WE WEAR OUR LIFE VESTS ON THE BOAT AND MAKE SURE ALWAYSrt IS ASSIGNED TO WATCH. X AND HANG ON. –rt>>AND HANG ON. FARRON: POLICE WILLrt BE OUT AND KEEPING AND I ON EVERYTHING.>>DON’T OVERDO IT WITH THE ALCOHOL. A LOT OF PEOPLE ON THE BOAT AND WE DO NOT WANT ANY ACCIDENT. rtFARRON: ALONG WITH THAT, THE BASICS.>>WE HAVE ALL OUR PROPER PROTOCOL FOR THE BOAT, WHISTLES AND LIFE JACKETS AND SUNBLOCKrt AND REALLY GREAT ATTITUDES. FARRON: AND WE SAW PLENTY OF SMILES GOING TO THE WATER THIS LABOR DArt>>THAT’S THE KEY, RIGHT?>>YEP.>>YEP. FARRON:rt I HAD SO MUCH FUN TALKING WITH THAT FAMILY. I AM A BIT JEALOUS I AM ON THE GROUND. THEY ALL TOLD ME THEY’RE ALSO GOING TO KEEP THEIR CELL PHONES HANDY SO THEY KNOW IF THERE’Srt GOING ON WITH THE WEATHER. I JUST HEARD A LITTLE THUNDER OFF IN THE DISTANCE. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE OUR WPBF 25rt WEATHER APP SO YOU GET THE PUSH

    Michigan Conservation Officer: Marine Training
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    Michigan Conservation Officer: Marine Training

    September 24, 2019


    Conservation officers use patrol boats
    because we can’t always reach people from ashore we patrol all areas of recreation
    not just you know hunting and fishing we’re out on the water making sure boaters
    are doing so safely In Michigan we’re lucky enough to be surrounded by
    water and we have a lot of inland lakes so a lot of the stuff that we patrol
    needs to be on that water once they get out of the Academy they come here and
    they learn how to use the patrol boats and it’s going to be one of their pieces
    of equipment they will use constantly for the rest of their career this is the
    basic marine school and basic is the keyword we teach them all the basics on
    how to operate how to trailer and and of course there’s the enforcement part of
    it too but we start right from the ground and work up we bring them out
    here and set up buoy courses so they can learn to operate these vessels to
    proficiently build skills necessary to get to where they need to go and do the
    job that they need to do many many years ago we were on the back waters of Houghton pile
    it was pitch-black dark we had our nav lights on and then we’re
    cruising along and all of a sudden out of the darkness here is this pontoon
    boat that’s coming at us with no navigation lights where we had to make
    an evasive maneuver and by going through these obstacles that’s what they’re
    learning they’re learning how to function from a recreational boater to
    now a professional on the water that uses the boat to get many things done
    the most challenging part about Marine training is probably the backing up if
    you don’t do it a lot with the trailer and the boat and docking and pulling it
    in it can be hectic and stressful I think the biggest challenge I
    experienced during Marine training was just inexperience I grew up more in the
    woods some people grow up more on the water so I think that that was my
    biggest personal challenge being on the water in this state doing this job is a
    learning experience every day once they acquire these skills they can only build
    on them and get them better that’s why Conservation Officers are
    some of the best boat operators of any law enforcement agency in this state
    this is our job and we will do it right you

    Frozen 2 Official Trailer
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    Frozen 2 Official Trailer

    September 21, 2019


    ♪♪ ELSA:
    [Exhales] ELSA:
    Uhhh! Whoa! [Gasps] PABBIE:
    Elsa… the past is
    not what it seems. You must
    find the truth. Go north across
    the enchanted lands and into the unknown. OLAF:
    Aaahhh! PABBIE:
    But be careful… KRISTOFF:
    Heeyah! PABBIE:
    We have always feared Elsa’s powers were too
    much for this world. Now we must hope… they are enough. ANNA:
    I won’t let anything happen to her. [Gasping] ♪♪

    Teens Hurt In Boating Collision
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    Teens Hurt In Boating Collision

    September 17, 2019


    DETECTIVES SAY THEY ALSO CONNECTED KIDWELL TO AN ATTENDED BURGLARY LAST SUNDAY. TWO TEENAGE GIRLS ARE RECOVERING AFTER COLLIDING WITH A BOATER WHILE THEY WERE ON JET SKIS IN THE STANISLAUS COUNTY. THE SUSPECT IS NOW FACING CHARGES OF BOATING UNDER THE INFLUENCE. SEVEN AT THE MODESTO RESERVOIR 20 MILES EAST OF THE CITY OF MODESTO. CBS13’S LINDA MUMMA WITH THE LATEST ON THE INVESTIGATION. Reporter: TIM CAMPBELL WAS AT THE MODESTO RESERVOIR SATURDAY AFTERNOON WITH HIS WIFE AND SON WHEN HE SAYS HE SAW TWO TEENAGE GIRLS RIDING AROUND ON A JET SKI. YOU COULD TELL THEY WERE TOO YOUNG TO BE RIDING BY THEMSELVES. Reporter: TWO HOURS AFTER THE FAMILY LEFT, HE SAYS THEY LEARNED THE GIRLS WERE INVOLVED IN A CRASH. THAT IS WHY I COME DURING THE WEEK. THERE IS TOO MANY PEOPLE HERE. Reporter: THE STANISLAUS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SAYS THE GIRLS WERE SERIOUSLY INJURED WHEN THEY COLLIDED WITH A BOAT. ONE OF THE GIRLS WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL I HELICOPTER IN CRITICAL CONDITION. TODAY, CBS13 HAS LEARNED SHE IS EXPECTED TO SURVIVE. THE OTHER WAS TAKEN BY AMBULANCE . THEIR AGES JUST 14 AND 15 YEARS OLD. I THINK ALL PARTIES THAT WERE INVOLVED SHOULD BE BLAMED FOR IT. THE GIRLS WERE TOO YOUNG. THAT I WAS DRINKING. IT GETS CRAZY. I JUST TRIED TO BE THE SAFEST. I DON’T WANT TO LOSE MY KIDS. Reporter: HE SAYS HE WILL LET THE DAUGHTERS RIDE UNTIL THEY ARE 16 YEARS OLD. HE TOO IS URGING PEOPLE TO BE SAFE ON THE WATER TO PREVENT ANOTHER TRAGEDY FROM HAPPENING. THAT IS WHY I COME TO THE WEEK. THERE ARE TOO MANY PEOPLE HERE. THIS STORY HAD US WONDERING WHAT ARE THE PENALTIES FOR A BOATING UNDER THE INFLUENCE CONVICTION?

    Tractors for Kids with Blippi | The Tractor Song
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    Tractors for Kids with Blippi | The Tractor Song

    September 12, 2019


    Do you hear that? Yeah, I think is a tractor! On the count of three,
    let’s yell, Blippi tractors! One, two, three! Blippi tractors! Tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. Tractors work all day. Tractors work all night. Got to bale that hay, Got to bale it tight. They can be different colors green, red or blue. Or yellow, or purple! I wish I could drive one. I wish I could too. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. They have great big tires
    so they don’t slip and slide. They have grey big engines
    and this is what they sound like. If you’re ever on a farm,
    maybe ask to take a ride. With the farmer and his tractor you’re gonna have a great time. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. Jolie, yee wees. I’m sure you do love that tractor song.
    Ha, ha That was so much fun. Let’s sing and dance
    to the tractor song again but this time with real tractors. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. Tractors work all day. Tractors work all night. They’ve got to PALE that hay, they’ve got to PALE it tight. They can be different colors, green, red or blue. Or yellow, or purple! I wish I could drive one. I wish I could too. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. They have great big tires
    so they don’t slip and slide. They have grey big engines
    and this is what they sound like. If you’re ever on a farm,
    maybe ask to take a ride. With the farmer and his tractor
    you’re gonna have a great time. Oh tractors, oh tractors,
    they are so much fun. Tractors, oh tractors,
    they get the job done. That was so much fun. Haven’t you sing and dance along
    to the tractor song with me? Hey, if you like tractor be sure
    to ask your parents really nicely to go to Blippi.com. I sell a tractor t-shirt. Yeap, it has a tractor on it
    and me driving the tractor. Woah!
    Woah! Ha, ha. Like I said,
    it’s available at Blippi.com. And if you want to watch more
    of my videos with tractors in it all you’ve got to do is search
    for my name Blippi tractors, Blippi tractors! In one of the videos I actually
    show you what is like inside a real tractor
    on the farm! Alright, see you soon!
    Bye! Hey, grown ups. If your youngster
    enjoys my videos, be sure to head on over to
    blippi.com/live for more information about my fun interactive live show
    and when is coming to your area next.