Showing posts from April, 2021

Ostentatious Ocean Waves 🌊

Hello... friends, welcome back to my blog. Today I am sharing few amazing ostentatious ocean videos. Ocean waves cause the surface water to move from one place to other. Waves actually pass energy through water causing it to move in circular motion. As a wave passes through water, not only does the surface water follow an orbital motion, but a column of water below it completes the same movement. Adverse weather or natural events often produce larger and potentially hazardous waves. Ocean waves are the classic nature sleep sound. The waves crashing create a natural while noise that is great for relaxation, stress relief or sleep. Ocean waves are ostentatious. Please watch a short video on these waves. I hope you will enjoy my video, if so please don't forget to like and share my video, and if you are new to my channel please subscribe to my channel. Thank you for watching! Note: Click on 'Watch on YouTube' to watch the video!

Jubiliant Jellyfish

Hello... friends, welcome back to my blog. In this issue, I am sharing the most attractive, astral, small, huge, plump, lumpy clear and grotesque aerial JELLYFISH video. Down in the deep blue, sea you'll find these jellies dancing beneath the sunlit waves. Jellyfish are mainly free-swimming marine animals with umbrella-shaped bells and trailing tentacles, although a few are anchored to the seabed by stalks rather than being mobile. The tentacles are armed with stinging cells and may be used to capture prey and defend against predators. Jelly fish are found all over the world, from surface water to the deep sea. Jellyfish are eaten by humans in certain cultures, they are considered a delicacy in some Asian countries. Australian researches have described them as a "prefect food", sustainable and protein-rich but relatively low in calorie. The stinging cells used by jellyfish to subdue their prey can injure humans. Many thousands of swimmers are stung every year, wi

Hyperactive Hummingbirds

Hello friends, welcome to my blog. Today I am sharing few amazing facts about hyperactive hummingbirds. Hummingbirds are the small birds, measuring 7.5-13cm in length. The smallest hummingbird species is the 5cm known as bee hummingbird, which weighs less than 2 g. The largest hummingbird, weighing 18-24 g. They are specialized for feeding on nectar but all species also consume insects and spiders. The name, hummingbird, comes from the humming noise their wings make as they beat so fast. They don't migrate in flocks like other birds, they typically travel alone for up to 500 miles at a time. The flock of hummingbirds can be referred to as bouquet, a glittering, a hover, a shimmer or a tune. Humming birds are the only birds that can fly backwards, they have no sense of smell, while they can't sniff out feeders, they do have very good colour vision. Hummingbirds drink nectar found in feeders by moving their tongue in and out about 13 times per second. They can consume