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  • Archon Invasion Part 1 - The Origin of the Nephilim (FULL)

    • by cptmang
    • 5 months ago
    • 124,178 views
    Who are the Archons? Where did the Nephilim come from? How did they return both before and after the Flood of Noah? Was there another incursion of fallen angels? Why should we be concerned about th...
  • It was a lot of fun capturing the spiders in action. I had never seen a lot of this happen right in front of me. I'm glad everyone is enjoying it. I only wish I had better equipment when it happened. The house was just completed and there were a lot of spiders and other critters in the area but I haven't seen anything since.

    Life of a garden spider, wrap, eat, molt, egg sack

    • 2 years ago
    • 13,648 views
    This video shows the spider wrapping different prey, molting, and caring for its egg sack. Basically I had several videos and a few that I didn't post before and put them together as one with some...
  • HELLO KITTY IN SPACE

    Cornerstone Christian school 7th grade science project.
    The effects of Altitude on air pressure and temperature.
    Cameras: GoPro Hero2 video footage.
    Edited By: Eddie Lacayo elacayo212@gmail.com
    Fl...
  • This spider made two egg sacks. The first was perfect, second was abnormally shaped. She just vanished one day and the egg pods never hatched anything. I'm thinking the male didn't mate with her.

    Garden spider vs giant wasp Part 2

    • 5 years ago
    • 204,280 views
    If you've never seen a spider wrap it's prey then you have to see this. We had this large garden spider in a window and had these wasps flying around the yard looking for spiders to feed their you...
  • I don't know much about these wasps. Other viewers have identified the genus (read past posts). But I did see these make the holes in the ground and did see them dragging spiders into the hole. Not sure about tarantulas though. The hole is about an inch across, goes down maybe 10-12 inches, on a slight angle, and there is a tell-tale pile of dirt next to the hole from the excavation. I haven't seen them around the house for awhile or I'd add video of the wasps life.

    Garden spider vs giant wasp Part 1

    • 5 years ago
    • 1,413,421 views
    If you've never seen a spider wrap it's prey then you have to see this. We had this large garden spider in a window and had these wasps flying around the yard looking for spiders to feed their you...
  • Thanks for the ID. I had trouble finding out what kinds this was.

    Giant wasp

    • 4 years ago
    • 6,237 views
    These wasps are huge and strong. Somebody tell me something about these like what kind are they. We end up feeding this wasp to a giant spider. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3nuuHBd4Qk

    From...
  • Watch garden spider molt

    • 5 years ago
    • 2,283 views
    Caught this rare moment when the garden spider molts and is totally helpless. A male spider stands guard (or is waiting to mate). Notice how soft the new legs are. This is the same spider that l...
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