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Discover 5 Facts about Pacific Northwest Water

Discover 5 Facts about Pacific Northwest Water

Here are 5 facts about the Pacific Northwest Water from economic value to recreation opportunities.…

Learn Dinosaur Facts: Plesiosaurus | WATER DINOSAURS | Dinosaur Cartoons Funny Compilations for Kids

Learn Dinosaur Facts: Plesiosaurus | WATER DINOSAURS | Dinosaur Cartoons Funny Compilations for Kids

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Magic Kingdom’s Symbolic River of “poop” | Liberty Square Facts | Disney Water is Different | Tron

Magic Kingdom’s Symbolic River of “poop” | Liberty Square Facts | Disney Water is Different | Tron

Disney imagineers are awesome…we discover some awesome facts about how they themed the Liberty Square area of Magic Kingdom. They created a symbolic river of poop to run through Liberty Square. And we learn why Disney water rides smell different.

Partial transcipt: RixFlix back at Disney’s Magic Kingdom to click that subscribe button because I do this every week I take you on a theme park Adventure Very interesting facts about Liberty Square that I’m going to share with you today First let’s hit up Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain the wildest ride in the wilderness, your heard of hidden Mickeys well as you exit Big Thunder Mountain there is a hidden Tinkerbell In the rocks to the left there is a profile of Tinkerbell Now that we’re done with Big Thunder Mountain let’s go hit up Splash Mountain So now I’m going to smell like bromine all day let me tell you about Disney water You are not crazy Disney water smells different Uses bromine to clean their water Bromine is a cleaner safer way of cleaning water Part of people’s memories of Disney is the sights the sounds and the smells and part of that is the smells that they have for the water rides of Pirates of the Caribbean It’s a Small World Splash Mountain and Etc Have quite a lot of boat rides at Disney Disney loves their boat rides, And Disney uses bromine to clean their water so it has a distinct smell, now on to Liberty Square, Some amazing things at Liberty Square that you wouldn’t even think of In 76 the bicentennial each state was given a replica of the Liberty Bell Florida Is the only state with two Liberty Bells They asked Pennsylvania for their extra Liberty Bell and they gave it to them that’s why Florida has two At the Liberty Bell is the court of flags at Disney World, each of these flagpoles has a flag from the original colonies This tree here is the Liberty Tree in Liberty Square at Disney World it was transplanted from Elsewhere on Magic Kingdom property the Disney imagineers had their Engineers move this 35 ton 135 year old oak here Also on the Liberty Tree are these 13 lanterns hung to represent the original 13 states great moments in history but just the American parts The Hall of presidents at Disney world is recognized as an official Presidential Museum They actually use the presidential seal in here it is the only place other than the White House that is allowed to use the presidential seal and it took an act of Congress for Disney to be able to use it, As you enter Liberty Square you’ll notice on the ground here this brown patch this brown patch is a river of poop that’s Right a river of poop at Disney During revolutionary times they did not have indoor plumbing so what do they do they toss their waste out into the street creating a river of poop and the Disney imagineers accounted for this 1 right into Liberty Square there’s Nikki walking in a river of poop I’m walking in the river of poop all these people are walking in a river of poop my favorite theming aspect of Magic Kingdom is the river of poop they built into Liberty Square next Time you are in Liberty Square watch out for the poop let your friends know about it No if you notice the shutters in Liberty Square are crooked why are they crooked is because there was a shortage of metal during the Revolutionary times England did not want us building bullet out of the metal so we had to use leather to build the hinges We had to use leather hinges on the shutters So inside Liberty Square there’s actually a ticket office and sort of acts as a concierge office for pass holders you can buy your magic bands or renew your tickets here and is lot better to use because it’s less crowded in the one up front of Disney Let’s have lunch at the Columbia Harbor House in Magic Kingdom But first we’re going to order our food by using the mobile app it’s like Fastpass for food Magic Kingdom the four restaurants you can use for the mobile app for Columbia Harbor House cosmic rays Pecos Bill’s and Pinocchio’s …

Top 10 Fragrance Facts: Davidoff Cool Water for men

Top 10 Fragrance Facts: Davidoff Cool Water for men

Cool Water is a aquatic fragrance for men by Davidoff, launched in 1988, and is still in production.
The fragrance starts off sharp with a burst of lavender with a fresh and aquatic feel, and dries down into a woody base.
The fragrance is an ideal choice for both daytime occasions.

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Freshwater Facts

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Facts About Tardigrades

Facts About Tardigrades

Facts About Tardigrades

Tardigrades, often called water bears or moss piglets, are near-microscopic animals with long, plump bodies and scrunched-up heads. They have eight legs, and hands with four to eight claws on each. While strangely cute, these tiny animals are almost indestructible and can even survive in outer space.

Tardigrade is a phylum, a high-level scientific category of animal. (Humans belong in the Chordate phylum — animals with spinal cords.) There are over 1,000 known species within Tardigrade, according to Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS).

Size

These creatures look like the hookah-smoking caterpillar from “Alice in Wonderland.” They can range from 0.05 millimeters to 1.2 mm (0.002 to 0.05 inches) long, but they usually don’t get any bigger than 1 mm (0.04 inches) long.

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Habitat

Water bears can live just about anywhere. They prefer to live in sediment at the bottom of a lake, on moist pieces of moss or other wet environments. They can survive a wide range of temperatures and situations.

Research has found that tardigrades can withstand environments as cold as minus 328 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 200 Celsius) or highs of more than 300 degrees F (148.9 C), according to Smithsonian magazine. They can also survive radiation, boiling liquids, massive amounts of pressure of up to six times the pressure of the deepest part of the ocean and even the vacuum of space without any protection. A 2008 study published in the journal Current Biology found that some species of tardigrade could survive 10 days at low Earth orbit while being exposed to a space vacuum and radiation.

Habits

Tardigrades were discovered by a German pastor, Johann August Ephraim Goeze, in 1773. He named them Tardigrada, which means “slow stepper.” In 1776, Italian clergyman and biologist Lazzaro Spallanzani discovered that water bears survive extreme conditions by making a transformation.

In many conditions, they survive by going into an almost death-like state called cryptobiosis. They curl into a dehydrated ball, called a tun, by retracting their head and legs. If reintroduced to water, the tardigrade can come back to life in just a few hours.

While in cryptobiosis, tardigrades’ metabolic activity gets as low as 0.01 percent of normal levels, and their organs are protected by a sugary gel called trehalose. They also seem to make a large amount of antioxidants, which may be another way to protect vital organs. Water bears also produce a protein that protects their DNA from radiation damage, according to research by the University of Tokyo.

In cold temperatures, they form into a special tun that prevents the growth of ice crystals.

They also have another defense for when they are in water. When the water they live in is low on oxygen, they will stretch out and allow their metabolic rate to reduce. In this state, their muscles absorb oxygen and water well enough that they can survive.

In 2016, scientists revived two tuns and an egg that had been in cryptobiosis for more than 30 years. The experiment was reported in the journal Cryobiology.

Reports from an experiment in 1948 claim that a tun over 120 years old had been revived, but this research has never been duplicated, according to the BBC.

Diet

Tardigrades eat fluid to survive. They suck the juices from algae, lichens and moss. Some species are carnivores and even cannibals — they can prey on other tardigrades, according to the BBC.

Offspring

Tardigrades reproduce through sexual and asexual reproduction, depending on the species. They lay one to 30 eggs at a time. During sexual reproduction, the female will lay the eggs and the males will fertilize them. In asexual reproduction, the female will lay the eggs and then they will develop without fertilization.

Classification/taxonomy

Here is the classification for tardigrades, according to ITIS:

Kingdom: Animalia
Subkingdom: Bilateria
Infrakingdom: Protostomia
Superphylum: Ecdysozoa
Phylum: Tardigrada

The Tardigrade phylum branches out into:

3 classes
5 orders
20 families
15 subfamilies
105 genera
4 subgenera
1,018 species
67 subspecies
Conservation status

Tardigrades have not been evaluated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. They are also not on any other endangered list and have survived five mass extinctions over the course of around a half a billion years, according to National Geographic.

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The water bear’s mouth can telescope outward to reveal sharp teeth that are used to grab onto food.

They swim! Their multiple legs propel water bears forward to reach food.

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17 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Water Vole

17 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Water Vole

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