My Little Pony Harmony Quest Kids Game – Every Ponies Magical Powers – Fun Pet Mini Games For Girl

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My Little Pony : Harmony Quest | Chase Evil Minions, Solve Puzzles and Play Kids Games by Budge Studios
Pick your favorite ponies and play fun mini games to find six magical jewels!
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Budge Studios™ presents My Little Pony: Harmony Quest. This app takes your kid on a magical adventure to spread the spirit of friendship across Equestria. Gather all 6 ponies, use their special powers together and save the Tree of Harmony. Chase evil minions, solve puzzles and play fun mini games to bring back the six mystical jewels known to ponydom!

• TRAVEL to 6 regions across Equestria
• CATCH the evil minions
• FIND hidden keys and traps
• RESCUE captive ponies
• RECOVER the 6 Elements of Harmony

• PRINCESS TWILIGHT SPARKLES: Move Objects and Solve Puzzles
• FLUTTERSHY: Lullaby and Animal Language
• APPLEJACK: Shake N Break and Catapult
• RAINBOW DASH: Fly through and Drop
• RARITY: Uncover and Stylize
• PINKIE PIE: Hypnotic Dance and Pinkie Sense

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This time we prepared the cutest hacks possible because it’s all about our favorite pets!
We love our pets and care of them and always want the best for our little cuties but you don’t need to spend tons of money. Find out cheap and cool tips we prepared in our video!
Are pet toys too expensive? The answer is recycling! Why? There are a lot of reasons and the first one is that is a way to help the environment. You not only save money but also help the environment by reducing waste.
We will show you how to make cat or dog feeders from simple plastic bottles.
Save the tubes from your toilet paper rolls, and you can make anything from a cool ball.
Make DIY pet grooming gloves, the only thing you need is rubber dishwashing gloves and make little hot glue dots all over them
Use a piece of paper and a thread to make cute little origami butterflies.
How many old clothes do you have at home? Upcycle into something cool: turn an old sweatshirt and jeans into a bed for your dog; transform your old socks into a cat sweater. What a sweet idea! Old t-shirts could be transformed into a cat house! Your cat will totally love abed made out of a cardboard box and an old t-shirt.
Find out an unexpected use of sandpaper!
Are you tired of scratched corners and furniture in your home? We will show you how to make a cool DIY claw sharpener for your cat. All you need is a piece of wood, and an old piece of carpet, and a piece of rotang rope. It won’t take much effort but your cat gonna love the result.
Sometimes it’s so difficult to take awesome pictures of your cat or dog because they usually ignore the camera. We have a genius solution, make a very simple device! Watch our video to see how to use your phone and ball to attract the attention of your lovely pet.
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Aquarium Store Tour 2019 | Getting New Aquarium Fish | Pet Store

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In this video I show my first aquarium store tour in 2019! This pet store is in Louisville, Kentucky and is called Pets Palace. After a brief tour of all of the exotics, I show myself getting new aquarium fish, and plants!!!

When you first walked into Pets Palace pet store you are greeted by a very unusual salt water tank. This tank is contantly over-flowing down all 4 sides of the tank! After over-flowing it goes down to a sump filter, filtered, and sent back up to the main display!

Along with this salt water tank I got to feed a massive poisonus fish…The Lion fish! I also go to feed an awesome looking dog face puffer fish! 🙂

After getting to feed these incredible salt water beasts I went to check out the freshwater fish where I seen a silver arowanna, large peacock bass and common plecos, and a jogsaw catfish that was 30+ in. long!!!!!

I even got a few ideas for some upcoming projects where I checked out some really nice koi (pond coming in the spring of 2019), a huge turtle tank, and a very detailed betta rack! All of these have been on my project list for awhile now so it was nice to get some inspiration for them!

What did I bring home?

I was able to bring home a massive portion of cryptocoryne (not sure which species it is. Hopefully I will be able to identify it once I get some new growth! I also scored a nice portion of ludwigia repens and moneywort. I was so satisfied with the crypt and the ludwigia repens that I ended up going back and getting 2 more portions of each!

I also picked up 6 corydoras. I am still doing research on which corydoras they actually are considering they were sold to me as the corydoras schwartzi (which they are not). If you have ever kept these corydoras let me know down in the comments section!

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Facts about Meller’s & Pygmy Chameleons | Pet Reptiles

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Let other people have cats and dogs! Jungle Bob is here to show you that owning a pet reptile or amphibian is not as crazy as you might think. In this video, he tells you five cool facts about Meller’s chameleons and pygmy chameleons.

We find chameleons only in certain parts of the world and they’re confined, really, to the island of Madagascar and the eastern part of Africa, which Madagascar is right at the coast. So, they really evolve in that area of the world and that area only. And there’s a wide variety of types.

Unfortunately, again, most chameleons are in trouble. There’s all kinds of myths associated with them. In the island of Madagascar, natives there think they’re venomous and they can bite you and they can kill you, and this of course is folly. They’re really peaceful creatures who want to be left alone and everything about them is, again, about trying to hide.

What we have here is a really interesting twosome of the big guy on the left here is the Meller’s Chameleon and you’ll find him in the rain forest of Africa. And you could see, even as we’re talking, he’s throwing out all kinds of colors. When we first started talking, he didn’t have those black spots. If he gets irritated, if he feels like he’s being exposed, he may just darken up or lighten up certain patterns on his body. If you could see how dark he is right there because the light is on that side.

On the other side of the animal it’s not as dark. So, he can move each scale of his body and change the pigmentation of it in an effort to escape being seen, whether it’s from a predator or from the light we have from the camera. One or the other. Dark on one side, light on the other. That’s about as much a chameleon can do. A male n combat mode will throw out all kinds of colors and a female who’s gravid or pregnant will throw out colors again.

That is I’m already pregnant, don’t bother me boys. That’s what she does to ward off people. Ward off a potential mate. What we have here on the other side, if you can even see it because it’s so small, this is the smallest chameleon, while the Mellers is one of the biggest. This is the pygmy chameleon. And this animal has got an amazing story in that what he is, if he could stay still, is a leaf mimic.

If you look at his body, the lateral shape of it, with that little tiny tail, it looks like a leaf. Don’t step on him. He looks like a leaf and you’ll find these animals really in the understory of bushes and trees. He likes to hang on dead branches and really sit among sometimes the dead leaves. That’s the way he can camouflage himself. He does not have the ability of his chameleon cousin here of changing to all those fantastic colors.

He is pretty much going to go from brown to green and back again. But just by being able to sit there still, he’s kind of looking like the branch right now. And then the lateral shape of his body looking like a leaf, a predator would go right by him and not even see him. And that’s how he lives in a very inhospitable area of the African forest.

Pygmy chameleons in general, very, very short lived animals, live almost insect-like in their life cycle. They breed quickly. Six months old they’re already throwing out eggs and they drop eggs their whole lives in the leaf litter in the bottom of the bush. And they’re born very, very quickly and proliferate quickly because, unfortunately for them, they’re food to almost everything.

But they are insect eaters in their own right and are making interesting terrarium subjects now that people are understanding their habitat and how they should be kept. So, chameleons are absolutely wonders of nature. Their independently rotating eyes, their ability to grasp onto branches perfectly, their ability to change colors and their amazing tongue mechanism to search for and grab their food, make them very, very unique, not only in the reptile and lizard world but in the animal kingdom. Chameleons. You can’t make this stuff up.

CAPS Investigation of Los Angeles City Pet Shops: Olympic Pet Shop

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Los Angeles pet store violating anti-puppy mill law.

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6 Cool Facts about Blue-Tongued Skinks | Pet Reptiles

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Let other people have cats and dogs! Jungle Bob is here to show you that owning a pet reptile or amphibian is not as crazy as you might think. In this video, he tells you six cool facts about blue-tongued skinks.

A fantastic lizard native to Australia and Southeast Asia is the Blue-Tongued Skink. This is one of those in-betweener animals that almost looks snakelike. It’s evolved to have little, almost insignificant arms and legs. It’s really a defenseless creature in nature. They’re plentiful.

Of the 3,000 plus skinks in the world, I believe over 900 of them are different types of skinks. So of all the different skinks, they’re all that elongated body, but only one has got that infamous blue tongue. And that’s this one. There’s a couple of species of Blue-Tongued Skinks that inhabit Australia and the Indonesian area, but they all use that tongue for the same reason. And that is to scare off or ward off a potential predator.

This animal hides. It’s terrestrial. It’s almost fossorial in its approach to life. It stays just underneath the ground. That pattern on its back just blends in to leaf litter, and it stays there kind of a couple of inches under the ground to look for food and to stay away from being food.

But if encountered by a larger animal, it really doesn’t have the ability to run very fast due to those arms and legs. It can’t propel itself quickly. It does not climb trees at all. It has no ability to do that because of those arms and legs and its body shape. He swims a little bit, but he’s not winning any races getting away from anyone. He’s kind of toast if somebody finds him. So, what did nature give him? They gave him that amazing tongue.

And oftentimes, in the animal kingdom, color means watch out. Color means poison or venom. And what he’ll do is open his mouth and wag his tongue back and forth in an attempt to scare off the predators trying to eat him. Works sometimes, but it’s not the greatest method of scaring someone away.

If someone’s pointing a gun at you, you don’t stick your tongue out at them. It’s not going to work, right? You want to have an ability to run. But the Blue-Tongued Skink doesn’t do that. So, oftentimes he becomes prey, not the predator, to a larger animal. Australia would be a large dingo, a cat, or something like that, a larger lizard, or even a snake. That’s the Blue-Tongued Skink, one of those Australia animals caught almost in an evolutionary bind.

He’s got a beautiful ear hole there making it clear that he’s a lizard. He has that opposable eyelid, but it’s those little tiny arms and legs that make it quite funny. Here’s a baby one. Another fantastic thing about Blue-Tongued Skinks, first, they’re omnivores. They’ll eat all types of animals, meat, vegetables, live animals, dead animals, you name it.

You give a Blue-Tongued Skink something to eat, put it in front of them he’s going to have it. But they’re also a lizard that has live babies, which is unusual in the lizard world. And this little guy, which is a different subspecies than the adult here, was born just about eight weeks ago. They come out in the placental sac very much alive, no eggs in the Blue-Tongued Skink world. So another incredible fact about a really wonderful animal, the Blue-Tongued Skink.