John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson – Beekeeping

May 20, 2007

Hysterical sketch w/ Cleese as a beekeeping expert and Atkinson as a terrible television show host. Recorded live in 1981. Shh.




John Cleese vs Extremism

Mar 5, 2008

John Cleese shows the pathology of extremism

John tels it like it is.

Dig it.









Images by Facebook “Isaac CR”

This lil guy is great.

Is it a lizard with two little legs up front? I have heard of this sort oof thing before, but I cannot recall any resolution.

Or is it a standard snake eating a frog? Hmmm. I would think the frog—s head would be going in first, no?



Argentavis the Largest Bird that Ever Flew

Moth Light Media
Dec 12, 2019


Argentavis was probably the largest bird ever to fly by a large margin, possably being twice as large as the second largest bird, paleogornis. This video answers questions like, how was such a large question able to get into the air? what did they eat? and how did they get so big? Sources:………

Late Quaternary prehistoric birds – Video Learning –

Wiz Science™
Sep 29, 2015

“Prehistoric birds” are various taxa of birds that have became extinct before recorded history, or more precisely, before they could be studied alive by ornithologists. They are known from subfossil remains and sometimes folk memory, as in the case of Haast’s eagle from New Zealand. Birds are generally believed to have evolved from feathered dinosaurs, and there is no real dividing line between birds and dinosaurs except of course that the former survived the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event and the latter did not. For the purposes of this article, a “bird” is considered to be any member of the clade Neornithes, that is the bird lineage as exists today. The other lineages of the Aves also became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous. Taxon extinctions taking place before the Late Quaternary happened in the absence of significant human interference. Rather, reasons for extinction are stochastic abiotic events such as bolide impacts, climate changes, mass volcanic eruptions etc. Alternatively, species may have gone extinct due to evolutionary displacement by successor or competitor taxa – it is notable for example that in the early Neogene, seabird biodiversity was much higher than today; this is probably due to competition by the radiation of marine mammals after that time. The relationships of these ancient birds are often hard to determine, as many are known only from very fragmentary remains and due to the complete fossilization precludes analysis of information from DNA, RNA or protein sequencing. Wiz Science™ is “the” learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY

This Guy has Seen the Snallygaster | Mountain Monsters

Destination America
Jul 9, 2014

The Snallygaster is an 800-pound expert aerial predator who is as equally dangerous on land as it is in the sky. | For more, visit…
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Cryptid Files #4: ThunderBird

cmtgamers productions
Premiered Apr 3, 2020

Prodigy unveils the mystery of the thunderbird

Real Pterosaur Caught On Camera? Do Pterosaurs Still Exist?

Epic Nature
Sep 14, 2017

Real Pterosaur caught on camera? Do Pterosaurs still exist? We take a look at this supposed real life Pterosaur caught on camera. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!

Cameras Capture Bizarre Thunderbird Shadow During US F1 Grand Prix

Jan 1, 2018

A bizarre image captured by video cameras during the United States Grand Prix in Austin Texas appears to show a huge bird zooming around the racing circuit. On lap 48 of the race, the shadowy figure of the bird was visible to viewers at home who noted that it seemed enormous compared to the Formula One vehicles. No one has been able to identify what species of bird could have cast the shadow due to the speed of its flight over the circuit. However, it’s incredibly large size suggests that it is a very rare bird indeed with some Twitter uses suggesting that it might even be a Thunderbird.

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Thunderbird Sightings! Do These Mythical Creatures Exist?

Paranormal Junkie
Oct 15, 2015

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New & Definitive Thunderbird Documentary

Bob Gymlan
Jun 20, 2019

In this video, I will discuss the prehistoric Thunderbird, historical sightings, modern sightings and encounters, a contested video clip, what “large” really means for a bird, and finally, a range of explanations. The theories range from the zoological, cryptozoological, and paranormal. Support! Help me pay for illustrations: Illustrations by Fred Dunn!: #thunderbird #cryptozoology

Thunderbird Story: Pikangikum First Nation

Jan 25, 2013

Thunderbird, Pikangikum, First Nation

Legend or Lie? Tombstone Thunderbird

Oct 11, 2016

Through history many cultures have passed down legends. Legends are based on an element of truth, the rest is mythical and left up to your imagination.

Pterodactyl sighting in Texas; Is this proof of bible creationism

brenton sawin Mysteries To Search
Aug 15, 2015

Is this pterodactyl sighting proof of dinosaurs being around and alive in recent times and helping the creationist argument against evolution? Creationism or evolution are true but not both according to some apologists. This is an educational video with a biblical worldview but also with good taste and nice to all. Enjoy and if you have any mystery stories please email me and my email is at the end of this video.

The Giant Bird That Got Lost in Time

PBS Eons
Mar 12, 2019

The California condor is the biggest flying bird in North America, a title that it has held since the Late Pleistocene Epoch. It’s just one example of an organism that we share the planet with today that seems lost in time, out of place in our world. Thanks as always to Studio 252mya for their wonderful paleoart. You can check out more of their work here: Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: Super special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible: Katie Fichtner, Anthony Callaghan, XULIN GE, Po Foon Kwong, Larry Wilson, Merri Snaidman, Renzo Caimi, Ordenes, John Vanek, Neil H. Gray, Marilyn Wolmart, Esmeralda Rupp-Spangle, Gregory Donovan, Ehit Dinesh Agarwal, الخليفي سلطان, Gabriel Cortez, Marcus Lejon, Robert Arévalo, Robert Hill, Kelby Reid, Todd Dittman, Betsy Radley, PS, Philip Slingerland, Jose Garcia, Eric Vonk, Tony Wamsley, Henrik Peteri, Jonathan Wright, Jon Monteiro, James Bording, Brad Nicholls, Miles Chaston, Michael McClellan, Jeff Graham, Maria Humphrey, Nathan Paskett, Connor Jensen, Daisuke Goto, Hubert Rady, Gregory Kintz, Tyson Cleary, Chandler Bass, Maly Lor, Joao Ascensao, Tsee Lee, Sarah Fritts, Ron Harvey Jr, Jacob Gerke, Alex Yan If you’d like to support the channel, head over to and pledge for some cool rewards! Want to follow Eons elsewhere on the internet? Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – References:

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Well, I hope you enjoyed this mini big bird marathon. I want to see one so badly. Either a pteranodon or a Thunderbird … or preferably both! Whee!



Vietnam War Rock Apes – Bigfoot or Big Fraud?

Mark Felton Productions
May 23, 2020

Many American GIs during the Vietnam War reported encounters with large unknown primates they nicknamed ‘Rock Apes’. Were they lying or mistaken – this video presents evidence dating back to the early 19th century for the existence of the Rock Ape, encountered many times during the French colonial period, and also includes more recent physical evidence discovered by Vietnamese scientists.

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This documentary is excellent!

Ya gotta watch it!




7 Wild Children Found Living With Dangerous Animals

Oct 1, 2019

Amazing stories of wild animals that saved and protected young children from danger. These lost kids were actually found by rescuers to have been living with wild animals. Talk about a real life Jungle Book!

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If you thought that you had it tough growing up, at least you still had a roof over your head, electricity, running water and basic human interaction. These kids had none of that. Somehow though, miraculously, they managed to survive in the wild with nothing more than stray animals as companions to guide them.

Folks, welcome to the real-life Jungle Book

I could do without the corny style and insertions, but, all in all, this is actually quite fascinating. And many were previously unknown to me.

The last one is very recent and, after careful analysis, was undoubtedly Bigfoot.


first surfer

The Vintage News

May 26, 2017

This is the first known photograph ever taken of a surfer. Surfing was banned in Hawaii by missionaries in the 1700s for its “ungodliness,” but fortunately the natives didn’t pay much heed to that decree. c. 1890


Aldabra white-throated rail bird

An extinct bird just ‘evolved itself’ back into existence

The Aldabra hasn’t existed in almost 100,000 years. Now it’s back

By Thomas Shambler
18 May 2020

The Aldabra white-throated rail bird was declared extinct, a victim of rising sea levels almost 100,000 years ago.

However, the flightless brown bird has recently been spotted – leaving scientists scratching their heads as to how – and why – the species has come back to life.

According to research in the Zoological Journal of Linnean Society, the re-incarnated Aldabra bird is a product of ‘iterative evolution’. That’s when old genes thought to have died out re-emerge at a different point in time.

That means that while a bird’s ancestors might have disappeared, that DNA still remains – and provided the environment is right, there’s nothing to stop those ancient genes from replicating in modern times.

So identical species can indeed produce multiple, slightly evolved offshoots, throughout the course of their species’ history.

But don’t get your hopes up that this means dinosaurs and wooly mammoths will be popping up next. This scientific phenomenon only occurs within species that are nearly identical to their ancestors.

While iterative evolution has previously occurred in species such as turtles, it has never been seen in the realm of birds.

“We know of no other example in the rails, or of birds in general, that demonstrates this phenomenon so evidently,” said paleobiologist David Martill, in a statement.

“Only on the Aldabra, which has the oldest paleontological record of any oceanic island within the Indian Ocean region, is fossil evidence available that demonstrates the effects of changing sea levels on extinction and recolonization events.”

2020 was already an interesting and confusing year. Looks like now we have to contend with re-materializing birds, as well.


This is fascinating. And rather exciting, too. At least, to me it is. I have always loved this sort of thing; and the more exotic and rare the occurrence, the more I like it. Because discovery and new knowledge is what it’s all about. accompanied always by renewed wisdom, of course.



Front Yard Fauna

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my buddyIggy Makarevich
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May 24, 2020

Various birds and a squirrel enjoy the ingestion of nutrients available in my front yard at ~10:30am on Sundae, May 24, 2020. Sadly, the resident chipmunk didn’t attend the festivities. Shot on a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.

Lookin’ out my front door…

Phone cameras are so lame. Skinny little wide angle miniframes with no control of focal length. I dunno, I was trained on Arriflex, Eclair and Bolex cameras. Real cameras. I would like to get a real video camera, but I am not in that paygrade. Oh, hey, I could break out my Lumix. I hope it still works. That’s if I can find it…


Legendary cattle keepers of Sudan. Photo by @beckwith.carolina

One of the legendary Cattle Keepers of Sudan tending to a member of his flock.

Photo by @beckwith.carolina

Those horns, though…



Toughest Job in the World

Nataraj VR
Oct 8, 2019

Thank you all so very much for the incredible job you do… seriously.

I love you all. I am, in fact, in awe.

And Mom, my precious Mommy in Heaven, I love you most of all!

Happy Mother’s Day!