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Swamp Thing Winter Special. Just may be one of the greatest Swamp Thing Stories. Have you read it?
13 Sep 2019
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Swamp swimming before training
7 Sep 2019
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From Album - 1970 - Tomorow's Gift ...By STUDIO DELTA ...Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use."
10 Sep 2019
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Do you know what this mysterious creature is if you do let me know
28 Aug 2019
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The shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) also known as whalehead, whale-headed stork, or shoe-billed stork, is a very large stork-like bird. It derives its name from its enormous shoe-shaped bill. It has a somewhat stork-like overall form and has previously been classified with the storks in the order Ciconiiformes based on this morphology. However, genetic evidence places it with the Pelecaniformes. The adult is mainly grey while the juveniles are browner. It lives in tropical east Africa in large swamps from Sudan to Zambia. Taxonomy and systematics The shoebill was known to both ancient Egyptians and Arabs, but was not classified until the 19th century, after skins and eventually live specimens were brought to Europe. John Gould described it in 1850, giving it the name Balaeniceps rex. The genus name comes from the Latin words balaena "whale", and caput "head", abbreviated to -ceps in compound words. Traditionally allied with the storks (Ciconiiformes), it was retained there in the Sibley-Ahlquist taxonomy which lumped a massive number of unrelated taxa into their "Ciconiiformes". More recently, the shoebill has been considered to be closer to the pelicans (based on anatomical comparisons) or the herons (based on biochemical evidence; Hagey et al., 2002). Microscopic analysis of eggshell structure by Konstantin Mikhailov in 1995 found that the eggshells of shoebills closely resembled those of other Pelecaniformes in having a covering of thick microglobular material over the crystalline shells. A recent DNA study reinforces their membership of the Pelecaniformes. So far, two fossil relatives of the shoebill have been described: Goliathia from the early Oligocene of Egypt and Paludavis from the Early Miocene of the same country. It has been suggested that the enigmatic African fossil bird Eremopezus was a relative too, but the evidence for that is unconfirmed. All that is known of Eremopezus is that it was a very large, probably flightless bird with a flexible foot, allow
23 Aug 2019
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Another computer game trailer of the game - Halo Swamp Gulch. This time the music is by Linkin Park.
27 Aug 2006
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Wee Man goes for a wild swamp ride.
9 Oct 2006
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Offroading trip that didn't go so well. My friend swamped his recently bought Cherokee. We were lucky to get him out.
21 Jan 2007
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Offroading in the swamp - from those who like offroaders!
21 Feb 2007
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I was going to ride everything used for transportation in the Everglades area, starting with the Swamp Buggy, a segment from "Manatees "R" Us", the free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video guide to Florida that starts with Disneyworld, followed by endangered Manatees, Alligators, the Everglades (by airboat, swamp buggy & canoe), Key West, art deco, the Kennedy Space Center, and much more. To enjoy all of this film, plus over 30 other free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on the link below, and then on the direct link to my geocities Video Page that follows; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
14 Mar 2007
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I always wanted to ride an Air-Boat, and this was my chance, very near the Everglades. Speed thrills! This clip is a segment from "Manatees "R" Us", the free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video guide to Florida that starts with Disneyworld, followed by endangered Manatees, Alligators, the Everglades (by airboat, swamp buggy & canoe), Key West, art deco, the Kennedy Space Center, and much more. To enjoy all of this film, plus over 30 other free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, and still pictures, please click on the link below, and then on the direct link to my geocities Video Page that follows; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
14 Mar 2007
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naughty swamp prank
7 Aug 2007
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