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These are 11 very strange animal eggs from all over the world. From mysterious looking shark eggs to ancient findings you won't believe exist, nature is truly amazing. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife Alderflies are tiny but that does not stop them from laying thousands of eggs upon grass stems. This picture is a perfect example of the amount of eggs these flies lay. After some time the eggs hatch larvae, which in turn, takes about two years to mature into an adult fly! 7.The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Eggs Considering the Tiger Swallowtail is one of the most familiar butterflies in the U.S., there is a big chance that you might have seen or even touched one of their eggs. These beautiful creatures lay their eggs one at a time on plant leaves that are near food sources. The eggs are tiny, but still visible to the naked eye ! As this picture shows, they resemble green pearls, it takes about 4 to 10 days to hatch. 6. The Spined Soldier Bug Eggs The Spined Soldier Bug is a predator of the gypsy moth, and hates the larvae of the Colorado potato beetle and the Mexican bean beetle. With so much drama surrounding this bug, it is no wonder how it got its name. The eggs it lays are no different, they are intimidating and look well protected. The bug lays between 17 and 70 soldiers at a time, and patiently waits its turn at world domination. 5. The Seahorse Egg Exchange Seahorses have been around for more than 5 million years ! They are found near shallow tropical and temperate waters all around the world. The biggest seahorse subspecies measure up to 14 inches in length ! Apart from their strange looks, seahorses also have a weird reproduction system. When these fish mate, the female seahorse deposits around 1,500 eggs into the pouch of a male. From there, the male carries the eggs for up to 45 days until very tiny seahorses emerge from the pouch. After the process is done, the male seahorse immediately looks for more females and eggs. 4. The Green Lacewing Eggs Lacewings are very delicate insects and are not very big. They have great hearing and use body vibrations as a form of communication between them ! It is the main part of their mating ritual, as these vibrations are considered as courting songs between males and females. One female can lay between a 100 and 200 eggs ! To protect the eggs, the lacewing makes a slender stalk for each egg. This really helps the eggs to mature and larvae to hatch. Coincidentally, the stalks protect the eggs from lacewing larvae that has already hatched because the larvae are known to be cannibalistic. 3. The Tinamou Eggs Tinamou are one of the most ancient birds that still exist today, although they are able to fly, they rarely choose to do so. Most of their life is spent on the ground. They are very secretive and shy, only coming out of their roosts during certain hours of the day. After mating, the female lays eggs and leaves the nest. At that point the male incubates the eggs and waits for other females. The females go around looking for other potential mates and lay eggs in multiple nests throughout the mating season. The bright color of these eggs helps males in recognizing nests and where they need to go. The incubation period is about 16 days, during that time the males care for each egg with extreme patience and will even perform a distraction display in case of danger. They will pretend to be hurt and unable to fly away so the predator is more interested in them than the unhatched eggs. 2. The Knobbed Whelk Egg Case Knobbed Whelks are very large predatory sea snails. They are very common in the North Atlantic and are not afraid to attack unsuspecting oysters and clams. After mating, the sea snail lays around 100 eggs covered in a gel like material and connected in a protective rounded capsule. These capsules are known as “mermaid necklaces” and have scared quite a few beach goers when they wash up on the beach. Even though they lay some very strange eggs, knobbed whelk are still used in many foods like chowders and fritters. 1.The Horn Shark Eggs Horn sharks are a species of bullhead sharks that are very solitary. They hunt alone, mostly at night and generally stay away from each other unless it is mating season. They are mostly found in the Pacific Ocean, near the coasts of California and Monterey Bay. During the mating season, males will chase females around the ocean floor until the female is ready. After 30 to 45 minutes of copulation, the male leaves and the female starts spinning with her snout in the sand for about 30 more minutes. After a month or so, the female lays a maximum of 24 eggs. These eggs are extremely strange looking and one of the main reasons is protection.
Check out why no aquarium in the world has a great white shark! This top 10 list explains why these most dangerous sharks in the world can't be kept in captivity anywhere! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "STRANGEST Artifacts Ever Discovered!" video here: https://youtu.be/gG0XGt3jFZA Watch our "SECRETS Casinos DON'T Want You To Find Out!" video here: https://youtu.be/hAoABuvzOZM Watch our "RAREST And Most EXPENSIVE Cars In The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/MtCnWSqqilg 7. They Need A Lot of Space Many people visit aquariums hoping to catch a glimpse of sharks up close. Especially the great white, but no exhibit like this exists anywhere in the world. Since 1955, numerous attempts have been made by aquariums to place great white sharks into captivity. 6. Captivity Causes Depression Marine biologists believe that because we are unable to create a suitable artificial environment for great whites in captivity causes them to become depressed. They aren’t at all happy with their new environment. 5. They Injure Themselves A common behavior among great whites in captivity is to ram their heads into the walls of their tanks. There are several theories for why this happens. Some scientists believe that being in a tank disrupts the great white’s keen sense of electroreception, which allows them to sense the electrical charges in the water around them, making it difficult for sharks to detect the tank walls. 4. It’s Expensive From the very first steps of capturing and transporting a great white shark to keeping one in captivity, exhaustive resources are required. When the Monterey Bay Aquarium was tasked with transporting a 4-foot-long great white from Malibu to northern California in 2004, a custom mobile tank had to be built. 3. Not Good For Viewing The introduction of a great white shark exhibit would most likely result in many disappointed customers. A tank large enough to accommodate a great white shark would be impractical in size, making it difficult for hopeful spectators to catch a consistent, close view of the predator. 2. They Do Not Survive in Captivity Generally, there are two possible outcomes when a great white is placed in confinement: death or release back into the wild after a short stint at an aquarium, usually refusing to eat and injuring itself. 1. Public Perception Is Changing Information about the effects of confinement on certain species has become more transparent and accessible than ever in recent years. Documentaries such as Blackfish and The Cove have brought widespread attention to the inhumane nature of keeping marine life in captivity. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!
Fish Feed and Grow has added the LARGEST fish that exists in our oceans right now, The Whale Shark. So theres only one thing to do with it... EAT THE MOSASAUR! ❤❤ For Exclusive Updates you can find them all here: ❤ Merchandise Here: http://bit.ly/2lFxVkn ❤ Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1CSf5Yd ❤ Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Uavyxc ❤ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2hYbwJz ❤ Twitch: www.twitch.tv/agamingbeaver *Jurassic World Playlist : http://bit.ly/2x20VrL *Hungry Shark Playlist : http://bit.ly/2xvGRvN *Little Nightmares Playlist : http://bit.ly/2x2uc5T *The Isle Playlist : http://bit.ly/2gnICHq *Primal Carnage Playlist : http://bit.ly/2xvSums Feed and grow has now added a new game type as well as new fish and of course the MOSASAUR! Jump into the underwater world and show off your skills in the wilderness of Feed and Grow, a fish simulator! This survival game is in alpha stage at the moment and new patches and updates are coming!
The sharks have hatched into their saltwater aquarium!
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