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The Fox is an ordinary predator of forests, steppes, mountains and deserts. Hare – an animal that belongs to the class of mammals, the order Lagomorpha, family Leporidae, genus hares (lat. Lepus). In case of danger, they show aggression and resist the attacker. Since ancient times, the hare is a coveted trophy for hunters because of the delicious meat and warm fur.
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The Last Guardian – SIE Japan Studio – Sony Interactive Entertainment – Director Fumito Ueda – Producers Kazunobu Sato & Fumito Ueda – Designers Masanobu Tanaka, Suchol Lee, Satoru Yamabe & Fumito Ueda – Programmers Makoto Izawa – Writers Fumita Ueda, Masami Tanji & Masami Tanji – Composer Takeshi Furukawa – PlayStation 4 – PS4 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation – LA Games Conference The Last Guardian is an action-adventure game developed by SIE Japan Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. In the game, players control a boy who befriends a giant half-bird-half-mammal creature, Trico. The Last Guardian was released worldwide in December 2016. Team Ico began developing The Last Guardian in 2007. It was designed and directed by Fumito Ueda, and shares stylistic, thematic, and gameplay elements with his previous games Ico (2001) and Shadow of the Colossus (2005). He employed the "design through subtraction" approach he had used for his previous games, removing elements that did not contribute to the core theme of the connection between the boy and Trico. Sony announced The Last Guardian at E3 2009 with a planned release in 2011 exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It suffered numerous delays; Ueda and other Team Ico members departed Sony, and hardware difficulties moved the game to the PlayStation 4 in 2012, drawing speculation that the game would not see release. Ueda and his studio genDESIGN, composed of former Team Ico members, remained as creative consultants, with Ueda as director and Sony's Japan Studio handling technical development. The Last Guardian was reintroduced at E3 2015. Upon release, it received praise for its art direction, story, and depiction of Trico.
11 Jun 2018
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The Last Guardian – SIE Japan Studio – Sony Interactive Entertainment – Director Fumito Ueda – Producers Kazunobu Sato & Fumito Ueda – Designers Masanobu Tanaka, Suchol Lee, Satoru Yamabe & Fumito Ueda – Programmers Makoto Izawa – Writers Fumita Ueda, Masami Tanji & Masami Tanji – Composer Takeshi Furukawa – PlayStation 4 – PS4 - Xbox One – Microsoft Windows – Xbox One X – IndieCade – video games – eSports - Gamescom – E3 – PlayStation – LA Games Conference The Last Guardian is an action-adventure game developed by SIE Japan Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. In the game, players control a boy who befriends a giant half-bird-half-mammal creature, Trico. The Last Guardian was released worldwide in December 2016. Team Ico began developing The Last Guardian in 2007. It was designed and directed by Fumito Ueda, and shares stylistic, thematic, and gameplay elements with his previous games Ico (2001) and Shadow of the Colossus (2005). He employed the "design through subtraction" approach he had used for his previous games, removing elements that did not contribute to the core theme of the connection between the boy and Trico. Sony announced The Last Guardian at E3 2009 with a planned release in 2011 exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It suffered numerous delays; Ueda and other Team Ico members departed Sony, and hardware difficulties moved the game to the PlayStation 4 in 2012, drawing speculation that the game would not see release. Ueda and his studio genDESIGN, composed of former Team Ico members, remained as creative consultants, with Ueda as director and Sony's Japan Studio handling technical development. The Last Guardian was reintroduced at E3 2015. Upon release, it received praise for its art direction, story, and depiction of Trico, though some criticized the gameplay.
11 Jun 2018
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Everyone is familiar with security patrol dogs. You may even know that because of their exceptionally keen sense of smell, dogs like beagles are also used to detect drugs and bombs, or land mines. But a dog would not be effective in finding a sea mine. Sea mines are sophisticated, expensive weapons that are designed to work in the ocean where they can sink ships, destroy landing craft, and kill or injure personnel. Sea mines are made so that they cannot be set off easily by wave action or marine animals growing on or bumping into them. If undetected, sea mines can be deadly, destructive weapons. But just as the dog's keen sense of smell makes it ideal for detecting land mines, the U.S. Navy has found that the biological sonar of dolphins, called echolocation, makes them uniquely effective at locating sea mines so they can be avoided or removed. Other marine mammals like the California sea lion also have demonstrated the ability to mark and retrieve objects for the Navy in the ocean. In fact, marine mammals are so important to the Navy that there is an entire program dedicated to studying, training, and deploying them. It is appropriately called the Navy Marine Mammal Program (NMMP).
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This clip from Life of Mammals looks at the quest to be the dominant male in a group of grey kangaroos. To do this, they fight and winning the fight means that male will father most of the next babies. The little joey kangaroos have an entertaining attempt as well.
26 Oct 2009
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DVD Available at: *******www.longtailnet****/2273 See mammals from suburban Florida to the far reaches of Patagonia. Manatees, elephant seals, barbirusa and the proboscis monkey are all featured in their hidden habitats. All in this highly acclaimed wildlife series.
12 Dec 2009
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A look at Mammals, their methods of survival and how they outlived the dinosaurs.
11 Feb 2010
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – STOP ANIMAL CRUELTY Imprisoned for Life:Marine Mammals in Captivity - P1/2 Episode: 1279, Air Date: 16 March 2010
8 May 2010
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – STOP ANIMAL CRUELTY Imprisoned for Life: Marine Mammals in Captivity - P2/2. Episode: 1286, Air Date: 23 March 2010
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These giant Mammals are really sneaky bastards. Watch how they sneak upon these teenagers and one even eats some popcorn from them.
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This mammal is walking on the checkpoint but it is not harming any passerby who was crossing it. Astonishingly they started to play together.
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The Astronaut Calls The Fake Rock Boulders Created By Disney Studio's, 'Mammals', Warm-Blooded Animals Covered With Hair. The Astronaut Says The Fake Mammal Boulders Were Organized And Buried In Place By People With A Different Set Of Ethics. Bob At Houston Asks If The Astronaut Sees Any Cat or Dogs, Then Everyone At Houston Are Heard Laughing. The Astronaut Says There Are No Cat or Dog Rocks, However He Says What There Are, Are Different Types of Cartoon Character Mammal Animal Rocks, That Were "knocked up"-Created By Disney Studio's. Bob At Houston Later On, Calls The Fake 'Mammal' Ground/Rocks, 'Mantle'. The Astronaut Jack says at :59 "But it's ah, unquestionably, ah, organized, and ah, (while Jack tries not to laugh) with that variation in ethical concentration." Jack says at 1:42 "I have the impression that these blocks are buried up here, that the Mammal does exist, even on Camelot(Name of Fake Rock Field)." Jack says at 2:08 "The big ones seem to be projecting out of them, the big ones seem to be projecting out of the Mammal." Bob at Houston asks at 2:17 "Ok do you see any Cat or Dogs?-On top of them". Jack says at 2:18 "Also I can't see how the Mammal in here could," Jack in reply to Bob's question says "It's not as ah, no I don't, ah, what there seems to be, what could have been knocked up there."(Created By Disney Studio's) Jack says at 2:45 "I don't have the impression of draping, so much as I have just of burial." This video as you hear it, is located for download at NASA site: *******history.nasa.gov/alsj/a17/video17.html Apollo 17 Video Library Geology Station 5 at Camelot Crater Journal Text: 146:30:19 RealVideo Clip: (3 minutes 21 seconds) NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the written records of the Astronauts conversations. Also in some video's NASA has later recorded different conversations, replacing what was originally spoken. ALL NASA FOOTAGE USED IN THIS FILM IS PUBLIC DOMAIN. THE USE OF ANY COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL IS USED UNDER THE GUIDELINES OF "FAIR USE" IN TITLE 17 § 107 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE. SUCH MATERIAL REMAINS THE COPYRIGHT OF THE ORIGINAL HOLDER AND IS USED HERE FOR THE PURPOSES OF EDUCATION, COMPARISON, AND CRITICISM ONLY. NO INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IS INTENDED.
7 Dec 2008
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Large Mammals Mating Up Close
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The controversial video of a deer, a guy, and something in a cup.
26 Dec 2007
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