This video footage shows a live fish being pulled out of the plastic container full of water, it’s very much alive still jumping after it was caught.
Then the fish were transferred to a super-cooled liquid that is -35 Fahrenheit, the fish had a momentary bolting movement upon hitting the cold liquid.
The fish were instantly frozen that some of the people who were inside the room pressed the frozen fish with their fingers, it was surely frozen alive.
The the amazing thing happens, the fish was once again put back into the water container and moments later this fish began to move and begins gliding in the water again, it’s been brought back to life.
Some animals had this amazing capacity in preventing intracellular freezing and dehydration or some kind of antifreeze proteins.
Biologist and extreme angler, Jeremy Wade, will try to test how sharp is the piranha teeth are, after catching the piranha in the Amazon river using a tough plastic lure.
First, he tried a 300 pound breaking strain Kevlar fabric the same material used to make bulletproof vests, its teeth slides effortlessly through the Kevlar cutting it in two.
Now for the ultimate test, Jeremy tried woven steel, same result, just like the Kevlar. It’s a sobering reminder of the flesh slicing potential of these prolific predators on those rare occasions when piranhas do attack humans, its death by a thousand cuts.
The experiment embraces one of the most dangerous forces of nature, red hot lava meet ice. Artist Bobby Sakhi and geologist Jeff Carson and their rumbling lava furnace prepare for this experiment and their thoughts on what would happen?
The first guess is always its gonna explode, always number one or its gonna tunnel down, is just gonna dig through the ice, made a hole in the ice, but these things didn’t happen.
Bobby’s observation “I was stunned by what it did when it hit the ice, you’ll see the bubbles, these big bubbles within bubbles.” And Jeff comments “It’s like scramble egg from hell that’s the way it looks in the video just two things we just didn’t really expect.”
So, why volcanic bubbles formed? According to the experts Alistair Linsell, a Nuclear Chemist, “The lava is so hot, that when is poured onto the ice, the ice instantly not just turn into water, but straight into steam.” and according to Sujata Kundu, a Material Chemist “Now these steam has to escape, so it bubbles through the lava, while it looks like the lava is boiling, it’s actually the steam being produced is trying to escape.”
Alistair, also added, as the lava cools, we start getting thick black layer forming on top and it starts to trap those bubbles of superheated steam inside the rock and it’s kind of like a natural form of glass blowing.
But how’s the volcanic lava crawls across the ice? Should it breakthrough? Alistair has this answer, the formation of all this steam, helps the lava to flow, because it means that it’s sitting on top a blanket of steam rather that in contact with the ice itself, this means the friction between the lava in the ice surface is very low.
A Fisherman claims to have caught this strange worm off the coast of Thailand, but like something this gross be real? Well, this creepy little guy is called proboscis worm it has the structure the proboscis which it ejects either to entrap and prey or in the case of this video to perhaps deter some predator.
It’s probably feeling threatened so in the act of defense spit the thing out, and then the proboscis withdraws back the slime thing back inside, why and where the proboscis pulled back again? When this worm is outside of the water that mucus feel sticky, and the worm will get stuck in his hand.
The proboscis breaks off, and this may sound lethal, but actually, these worms can regenerate their proboscis, and they can go without food for a long time while they wait for it to renew, you may think that it looks gross, but it illustrates the beauty of the worm.
The father and son tandem of Dan and Lincoln of What’s Inside? YouTube channel, they will open a rattlesnake rattle to see what’s inside as recommended by their fans.
Dan bought a rattlesnake rattle on eBay from a guy in Texas, they will compare it to an actual rattlesnake in the zoo in Arizona.
The rattlesnake babies are born with what is called a pre-button, each shedding of their skin will add another button or rattle. These buttons are made of protein called Keratin same protein with human fingernails.
The rattles are empty, so what makes the noise? The noise comes from each segment knocking together, this rattling sounds keep the predators away.