Category Archives: pet preservation
Giant Tortoise Preserved In Alcohol | Well Preserved Animals on Museum in SHEKH MUJIB Safari Park | Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Safari Park | GAZIPUR
These are some of the items that can be found on my website lucitetreasures.com. Also we have jewelry(necklaces, earings, gauges, and rings)
I’ve gotten so many requests to bring Pissy back onto the channel. Well, here’s a video of him in an argument with me, as always. Nothing new there. Oh, if you didn’t catch the joke, Pissy isn’t an actual Cobra (apart from him thinking he’s one). He’s a Western Hognose Snake (Heterodon nasicus). Comment down … Continue reading
Polo players from the US, Kenya and Australia at the men’s international polo in November, 2016. With interviews of L. Somi Roy and Ed Armstrong of Huntre! Equine on how polo is being used to spotlight the state of pony preservation. By Stashd Films from Nagaland.
ViaGen Pets is the leader in pet cloning and pet genetic preservation. For more information, please visit us at https://viagenpets.com. That freezing will damage the tissues. So, I hate to get calls when people tell me that the body’s been frozen. Because usually in that situation there’s nothing we can do. So refrigerating the body … Continue reading
Her first trip to our hunt club and she skulls her first bird on the first shot! Pretty cool day out.
A short documentary project on conservation and preservation in Florida
A more recent video of my mother’s alligator. It is extremely tame since she raised it from uber tiny. I wish you could hear how it purs. The alligator, “Baby” was given to a preservation in Florida when she got too big. Check out Baby as a baby: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYnvGiDvbq0 For licensing/ usage inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading
Florida Museum of Natural History Ichthyology collection manager Rob Robins explains the five-step process for imaging or digitizing fluid-preserved specimens. These fluid-preserved, or wet-collection, specimens are typically fishes, reptiles and amphibians, and aquatic invertebrates, and to a lesser degree, birds and mammals. The high-resolution images of specimens stored in alcohol increase access for researchers and … Continue reading