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    Interesting Ocean Facts | Fishing trip to Sonera beach & Charna island | Mohammad Zain
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    Interesting Ocean Facts | Fishing trip to Sonera beach & Charna island | Mohammad Zain

    March 8, 2020


    Humans are so weird. The planet we live in we have yet not fully explored it and we are already on the search of other planets[Moon and other planets] . Few days back I went for fishing near Charna island so I thought why not make a video about the Ocean facts, that I have in my knowledge. So let’s start the video Before starting the video, I want to let you guys know that we sat in boat from sonera beach and went straight pass the charna island for fishing. We reached sonera beach an hour before Fajr [ prayer ] and at the time of sunrise the landscape was so beautiful, that if a good photographer was there in my place he could have pulled some great photos but since I only had iPhone so this is what you get lets start Everyone knows that the planet earth contains 70%-75% of water and the rest is land but it’s very fascinating to know that only 5% of that water is explored and the remaining 95% of the water is unexplored so yes we have only known the 5% of the water the other 95% is yet to be knows. No one knows what lies in the depth of the ocean. In fact we have better maps of moon and the mars but no map of the underwater surface. The 50% of the living life on the planet earth lies underwater. We can say that humans only have seen half of the world the other half is yet to be seen by the human. Scientists estimates that near a million species are yet to be discovered due to their presence underwater. While we were fishing we encountered two water snakes but I did not made any video of that because I was looking at it. World’s tallest building is burj khalifa the height of which is about 1 kilometer I don’t know the exact height so don’t quote me on that. But the deepest place underwater is Mariana Trench. the depth of the trench is about 11 kilometer. The people who keep interest in the internet and the web they might know there is a dark web called Marianas web. which comes under dark web. so the name of mariana web is named upon the Mariana trench. Because as the name suggest that parts of the ocean and the web are very very deep. In 1960 humans actually went deep down the Mariana trench. and in 2012 humans went back again in to the Trench. this time a movie producer/director went down the trench. Going down that deep into the trench is not that easy. because as you dive deep,the water pressure starts to build up. A very strong and tech advanced submarine is required to do the task. When In the indian ocean fishermen use to fish at night time when they returned,they said that the water was very bright and was glowing. “it’s almost like our boat has light in it, but we know our boats,we don’t have lights” they said ‘the water becomes very bright, as far as your eye can see its only bright glowing water, but the sky was black as usual’ they said. After wards when the scientists took a look at it scientists discovered thay the cause of that glowing water was satellites were also used to capture the photo of that glowing water. The length of which was 250 kilometers. Finally in 2005 scientists said the cause of which was a large group of bacteria spreading upto 250 Km that glow up them selves in order to attract fishes as the favorite place to live of the bacteria was in fishes stomach The intensity of the light was so strong that even satellites can capture them. Seeing them is real life will be very interesting. Oar fish. It is a fish of deep waters. Japanese call it ‘Messenger from the sea god’s palace’ when in 2010 an earthquake of 8.8 magnitude came in Japan. At that time Japanese fishermen saw this fish swiming near the surface. After the research it was found that this fish also lives in deep water and it never come up to the surface After the research it was found that the fish knew that a disaster was on it’s was so it swam up to the surface to safeguard it self. So that is why it is called ‘Messenger from the sea god’s palace’. When Hydrophones were newly invented Hydrophones are the device used to listen the voices under the water. The scientists placed them in various areas under water. Very strange voices were recorded via the device. Which I am not going to incude in the video But they are easily available on the youtube. When the voices were played it seemed like a voice coming from a very gigantic creature hidden in the water. But later it was found out by the scientists the voices recorded were of a glacier cracking over. But we never know.May be there is a monster deep down there World’s tallest waterfall is known as the Angles fall However it is not true. The world’s tallest water fall is an under water water fall! Have you ever thought it is possible? I swear I did not thought about that. But there is a under water water fall. This happens because of the changing of water temperature. This is located in Atlantic ocean, in between Green land and Iceland. The name of which is ‘Denmark strait cataract’ I have heard this one. I never read it anywhere Devil/Satan [IBLEES] sits on the bed of sea [ Quran Recitation in the Background ] So that was today’s video. How was it? Please let me know in the comments below did you knew all of these facts? Let me know in the comments below. See you guys in the next Video.

    How to Water Ski : Understand What Kind of Waterskiing Boat is Best to Ski Behind
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    How to Water Ski : Understand What Kind of Waterskiing Boat is Best to Ski Behind

    March 1, 2020


    Hello my name is Arturo Nelson, we’re here
    at Aqa Sports in Miami to learn how to water ski and to learn about the right equipment
    for water skiing, you can find more information about myself or my ski school at www.aqasports.com.
    One of the things that’ll make it easier for you to water ski is to have the right
    boat, also of people try to ski behind big boats, big out board engines so I recommend
    skiing behind a ski boat. Ski boats shouldn’t be longer than 22 feet long, it’s always
    easier if they have an inside engine with 300 horsepower so the weight would be smaller
    and the power would be easier for you to get out of the water. This has a rope underneath
    the hole that would make it safer for you, the driver should be sitting there and it’s
    always better for you if you have someone watching you so in case you fall, there’s
    an emergency they can come and help you out. The rope is tied in the middle of the boat
    so you get a better pull and you have a platform so it’s easier for you to get into the water.

    Episode 14 Fishing Bloopers and Extras ► All 4 Adventure TV
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    Episode 14 Fishing Bloopers and Extras ► All 4 Adventure TV

    February 23, 2020


    Emper, emperor, emper.>Can I get a shot of it. Hold it up.
    I can’t even say it. Just quickly, what are they…? What’s the…? Here, they’re here. What are they called?>Emperor. No, no, no, no. It’s got a big snout on it. There’s a reason for it. What are they called? Come on, come on, come on. And that… is a good little specimen. And they’re quite tasty to eat. I can see Simon over there licking his lips. Licking your lips, mate. Mmm, mm, mmm. Red throat lipper. >Look at this. Look at this. Look at the big stripey, Stuey’s caught.
    >A nice stripey. Fish are easy to catch, aren’t they, Stuey. Even you can catch ’em. I lent you my pliers that I carry around everywhere too.>And that’s the thanks I get.
    It doesn’t take away the stink coming out of your ***.>Last time you were telling me where’s your **** pliers. Oh I’m all over it. What the hell are you doing? I bet no one can catch it that quick though.
    >What was that? What I’m trying to do is I’m trying to get back up onto the top edge of the reef. We’ve been drifting down off the drop off.
    >We’ve been drifting across the top. Over the drop off not down the drop off. You right? You gonna finish that? What we’re trying to do is, we’re trying to drift… What we’re trying to do is, we’re trying to get back to the top of the reef. Because we’ve been drifting over the top of it.>Shark, mate?
    Yeah. Rotten shark. You’ve been good at catching them sharks this trip. What’s your call?>What have you got there, Stuey? It ain’t a cod. Oh, it’s a frickin’ shark.>It’s a shark. Simon…>Come down this way. Headlock. … Use your headlocking skills. You naughty shark. Look at the evil eye. Have a look at it. And release, roger. He’ll have no trouble going back. Might not be a shark. Oh, he’s gonna stop. What have you got? A 10-footer? Are you finished yet? It’s time to pack on some drag pressure. I’m gonna get spooled shortly.
    >You want me to chase it?>>Can you get some line back? That way, driver. The guy took my line that way.>We can’t have that happen. I’ll have to go and get it back.
    >Not on this boat. Not today.>There he goes. He’s dunny.>He’s gone.>Lost a lot, mate.>It was a good size shark. There we go. His skin got you. I nearly lost all my line, but I got it back. They just wear you out, those things.

    How to Process Water for Betta Fish – Chlorine Removal
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    How to Process Water for Betta Fish – Chlorine Removal

    February 22, 2020


    Circulation of water in the filter will clean water from harmful substance or particle in the water Now We will see the difference in water that has been through the process and not yet to the process Hello Betta lovers and what’s up, everybody? Welcome to my video Today I have a good News about how to process water for betta fish, if you have a problem with water Or maybe the water quality in your home is not good. Then this video is right for you In this case I will show how I process the water in my home and if you curious check this out Ok today I want to show you, this is the water in my home This water come from local water supply utility If this water is not processed first, it will be danger for betta fish This water still contain chlorine, so it’s not too good for betta fish Well before I further talk about how to process water for betta fish I would like to introduce the material that, I use to process water This is anti chlorine, the function of this anti chlorine is to neutralize harmful substance in the water The harmful substance that I mean is chlorine that contain in water To maintain the health of betta fish. I highly recommend you to use this Okay next before I show you how to process water, I want to show you this is the water that I have This water come from the local water supply utility and the condition cannot use for betta fish. You can see This water condition is not clear and must be filtered Now I want to show you how to process water or set water for betta fish Like always the method that I do is quite easy We only need anti chlorine, water, and salt. The rules for using anti chlorin are one tablespoon per one gallon But on this occasion I use two bottle caps for one styrofoam box Let’s put the anti chlorine Then we put salt to the water and finish We need to wait for the filtering process for 24 hours and after that the water is ready to use for betta fish Circulation of water in the filter will clean water from harmful substance or particle in the water and add oxygen levels in the water Now we will see the difference in water that has been through the process and not yet through the process The water that has been processed is very clear in color While the unprocessed is not so clear beside that the water that has been processed has a good oxygen content clean of chlorine and very safe for betta fish Okay betta lovers maybe you have different opinion about how to processing the water for betta fish You can write your opinion in column comment, and finally, thank you so much for watching this video and see you next time

    Floating ATVs across the river on a dinghy ► All 4 Adventure TV
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    Floating ATVs across the river on a dinghy ► All 4 Adventure TV

    February 22, 2020


    ♫ I’m slippin’… I’m slidin’ away… ♫ Well that thing makes it look easy. That little
    ranger just makes it look so easy. The plan is, today you boys are going to shoot
    down the river in the tinnie. All right, and we’re gonna go by land. And what we’re going
    to do is we’re going to link up at this fork here. That fork in the river. We’ll take the
    Navigator as well, the Hema Navigator with us. So we know exactly where you are and where
    we are with radio contact. All right? We don’t want to lose radio contact, because we’re
    gonna take a straight line across to get through, and then we’re going to lose sight of the
    river. But we’ll stay within radio contact. So that’s the rendezvous point here. And then
    from there, we put the bikes on top of the boats and then we’re gonna head across the
    river and then we’ll meet youse out in the mouth. Okay, let’s go.
    Let’s see what we can do. Wadey and Stu head for the mouth to hopefully
    meet up with us 10 ks up towards the mouth. Simon and I have to go cross country using
    the Navigator. How good is this? Don’t try something like this without communication
    as well as a GPS and maps. The boys are having a fun time while we’re
    slogging it through the bush. They get to fish. How does that work out? We finally get to the rendezvous point on
    the western bank. Hey, we’re nearly at the creek, mate. Can
    you see Wadey? I’ll get him on the radio. Wadey, can you see us, mate? It’s hard to spot anyone in this bush. You got us yet? We’re here, mate. We’re here.
    In here. Oi, oi. Now what a mission that was. We’ve made the
    rendezvous point with Wadey. Now the trick is to join these two tinnies together and
    get the Ranger on top. The Polaris will be easy, the Sportsman. But we need to get this
    Ranger on top. I’ve got some frames made up, and we’re going to lock it all together. And
    we’ve got to get across to the other side of the river now. We’ll see how we go. So the Rosie Creek ferry service was having
    its first run. Drive it. Now we need some straps. I reckon just don’t strap it in. If the boat
    was gonna go, you want to lose the bike and not the boats. Because if we don’t have boats
    to get back, we’re stuck here for a long time. Yeah, you’re dead right. Yeah, all right. Just lock it in gear. You’re gonna go over
    ever so slowly. Yeah. Off you go boys. You’re alright, mate. I reckon,
    Simon, you get up the front, mate. I bet the local crocs haven’t seen this before. Yeah, they just unloaded it, and actually
    just got the bike off. Unreal. So we’ve only got one more to go, the Ranger. So that’s
    going to be a little bit harder to get across. But we’ll get there. How’s it feel? Keep coming. Keep coming. Straighten up. That
    way. Keep going. Keep going. The Rosie Creek ferry service worked well. I told you it’d work, mate. I know boats. You’ve done well, mate. You’ve done extremely well. With the bikes, trailers and boats, we can
    travel the coastline like never before. But as soon as we get there, the
    Ranger has a flat. We seem to have gotten ourselves a puncture.
    We got this far, and when we unloaded them off the boat, this one’s got a flat tyre.
    So it went down fairly slow, so it’s only a little hole. And I think it’s picked up one of those sharp
    mangrove roots when we were loading up. Now on the eastern bank, we head for the mouth
    to meet up with the boats again. We hope. Without the Hema,
    you’d be flat out doing this. We made it. The mouth of the Rosie Creek. So what, are we the first people ever to drive
    on this beach? We could probably almost guarantee that we’re the first people ever to drive
    to this river mouth. I’m loving it. We’ve just got to hook up with Wadey now. We’re
    not sure where Wadey is. We’ve lost him. We’ve lost him. Wadey, Wadey, are you on channel? The sun is slowly poking its way up over the
    Arafura Sea. Today Simon and I are going to travel 20 kilometers
    east to another remote river system using the Polaris Ranger and Almac trailer to take
    the dinghy down the beach. Wade and Stu are going to fish the system today while we head
    east. Hopefully staying in radio contact. The folding trailers and quad bikes have opened
    up new territory for us as we cross creeks and rivers to continue along the coastline.
    The 4-wheel drives are still 20 Ks inland unable to get out this far. It’s amazing the things you find out on the
    beach washed up from the gulf. This deck chair off a cruise ship or something like that.
    There’s a port marker down there further. An actual floating port marker. There’s a
    massive, big carley float. It’s amazing. I love combing the beach to see what I can find
    on the beaches. There’s obviously plenty of coral and stuff like that. There’s also behind
    me here is a massive fresh water spring on the back side of the dune. Pure, fresh water
    just seeping out of the sand. This place is amazing. And we’ve had such a big wet season, and all
    that water just comes down and settles in this divet behind the back of the dunes. And
    it’s actually quite sweet water that filters up through the sand. It’s got a few little
    fish and stuff running around in it. I’d never expect to see fresh water like this on the
    back side of a beach in the gulf. It’s not on any maps. It doesn’t show up on any of my maps.

    BEACH DAY! Lake Huron & Goderich Ontario | The Weekly Diehl ep. 3 | The Good Diehls
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    BEACH DAY! Lake Huron & Goderich Ontario | The Weekly Diehl ep. 3 | The Good Diehls

    February 18, 2020


    hey guys, Morning! we are off to
    Goderich ontario on the sunny shores of Lake huron here we are in downtown Goderich and in true Canadian fashion we have our tim hortons iced coffee ready to go now
    Goderich which was founded in the mid to late eighteen hundreds like a
    lot of canada and right over there is the old down It’s like a wagon wheel the old town square and all
    the streets go up from a spoke at a central point in the middle and a couple
    years ago this area was raveged by a huge tornado so a lot of it is rebuilt and we
    can’t really even tell the difference yeah hey guys so we’ve set up a spot in the in
    the shade oh jez its nippy, here’s the thing that the Great
    Lakes they don’t heat up as fast as the Mediterranean you gotta have a really hot day yeah yeah they’re my toes easy yeah gonna jump this chain hey guys were back from Goderich we had
    a lot of fun in the Sun we didn’t really like go swimming in the water to get
    much warmer it’s cold oh oh oh yeah there wasn’t any
    humidity today sir so we got really hot really humid, that
    would have been perfect temperature we’re having burgers and then we’re
    going to turn in for the night in like the sense that we will watch TV or we’ll
    throw down some mario kart but this could be the end

    White Sand Beaches: You’re Sunbathing on Fish Poop
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    White Sand Beaches: You’re Sunbathing on Fish Poop

    February 18, 2020


    Let’s say you wanted to make yourself a
    white, sandy beach. Y’know, like the ones in Hawai’i or islands
    in the South Pacific where people take luxurious vacations and lots of Instagram photos. It turns out, the recipe for that picturesque
    white sand is pretty simple. There are a couple steps involved, but just
    one main ingredient: poop. The first thing you’ll need is a coral reef—it’s
    location-specific and unfortunately there’s no store-bought alternative. Coral reefs are made up of thousands of tiny
    polyps, which are squishy sacs with tentacles that can sting and catch prey. Kind of like sea anemones. These polyps are anchored to a sturdy skeleton
    that they make by laying down a crystallized form of calcium carbonate called aragonite,
    which is a bright white color. Reefs are found in parts of the ocean that
    are considered to be oligotrophic—which means that there aren’t that many tasty nutrients floating
    around, like phosphate or nitrate. And coral polyps aren’t exactly mobile,
    so if they were left to their own devices, they might starve. But coral polyps aren’t alone. They get help from an algae called zooxanthellae
    that live symbiotically in their tissues. These algae can photosynthesize, changing
    sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water into food energy, and share a large chunk of that energy
    with the coral. As coral polyps get more energy, they build
    out their skeletons and grow the reef. And these algae are also what give coral its
    bright colors. When you have a thriving coral reef, other
    undersea plants and animals move in and begin to form a whole ecosystem. And to get your white sandy beach, you need
    some parrotfish. Or more specifically… their poop. Parrotfish get their name for their bright
    colours and their weird, bird-like beaks. These beaks are actually made of fused teeth
    called dental plates, which help them graze for their main food source: algae. Parrotfish spend their days scraping away
    at coral reefs, eating polyps for the zooxanthellae inside, and any other algae they can find. They’re not super careful or picky, so they
    end up swallowing mouthfuls of calcium carbonate, too… which they can’t digest for nutrients
    or energy. But the parrotfish have a secret weapon—their
    throats are hiding another set of teeth called pharyngeal jaws that can grind up the coral
    skeletons. Like, the xenomorph from Alien… but in real
    life. This makes it easier for the chunks to travel
    through their digestive system. And they get rid of this calcium carbonate
    in streams of the purest, whitest tropical sand. In fact, according to some studies, one parrotfish
    can poop out around 300 kilograms of sand or more in a single year! After some ocean currents stir everything
    around, you have yourself a pristine white sand beach. Perfect for strolling, sunbathing, and building
    sandcastles… as long as you don’t mind fish poop. Thanks for watching this episode of SciShow,
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