welcome I have one very special guest More than 50 years ago IN 2023 BS AS A SOCIAL WORKER AMERICAN NATIONAL MICHEAL GILL STEP IN NEPAL. MAY BE YOU GUYS HAVE SEEN HIM AS LOCAL NEPALESE PEOPLE SPEAKING NEPALI AND WORKING IN THE AGRICULTURAL FIELD IN THE FIRM AND VILLAGES. AND ALSO HELPING PEOPLE IN […]
The summer of 1916 was this beautiful innocent age and the Jersey Shore was the place to be at that time. Well, this well-educated charming young man Charles Vansant, the doctor’s son from Philadelphia, decides to take an early evening swim as soon as the family lands in Beach Haven. Come on, boy. NARRATOR: Vansant […]
Hey guys, Cliff here for That Was History… and this week happens to be one of the best weeks of the year. Why, you ask? … Sharks! Lots and Lots of Sharks! and In honor of Shark Week we’re taking a look at the story of the USS Indianapolis and it’s not so fortunate encounter […]
[Archival audio: reporter] What size has he got? [Fishing guide] Oh we’ll we’ll weigh him, mate. He’s four-and-a-half or five. Now then, draw him, that’s right… Beach him, beach him on this shallow, on this shelving bit. Beach him. Go right back. [Water splashing] Oops, right, that’s right, that’s right, he’s done now. Those last […]
Otro de los ganadores de la evolución. Un asesino, tanto ahora como antes. Un mosasaurio pesa diez toneladas. Puede nadar a una velocidad de hasta 48 kilómetros por hora. Y es muy, muy letal.
In 2012, Illinois became the first non-coastal state to ban the distribution, sale, and trade of shark fins like this one. At first glance this may seem odd considering there’s no ocean anywhere in sight, but not when you acknowledge that many inland states contribute to the decline of shark populations by importing shark fins […]