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It’s My Park: Al Oerter Recreation Center

It’s My Park: Al Oerter Recreation Center

The number of world-class sports venues at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens keeps growing. In early 2009, Mayor Michael Bloomberg cut the ribbon on a brand new recreation center here. It is named in honor of the legendary four-time Olympian discus thrower and Queens native Al Oerter. Welcome to the brand new Al Oerter …

تعليم الأطفال الصغار أسماء الحيوانات البحرية باللغة العربية Kids learn Sea animals names

تعليم الأطفال الصغار أسماء الحيوانات البحرية باللغة العربية Kids learn Sea animals names

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L’acqua nel cibo | Marta Antonelli | TEDxVicenza

L’acqua nel cibo | Marta Antonelli | TEDxVicenza

Traduttore: Chiara Bertino Revisore: Sofia Ramundo Mi occupo di acqua dal 2008, dal giorno in cui mia sorella mi regala un libro bellissimo e che mi cambia la vita: “Le guerre dell’acqua” di Vandana Shiva. Oggi sono qui per parlarvi della relazione tra acqua e cibo. Una relazione complessa, problematica, troppo spesso sottovalutata. Prima però …

Why Are Marine Mammals So Big?

Why Are Marine Mammals So Big?

[♪INTRO] The blue whale is the largest animal that’s ever existed, heavier than even the biggest of dinosaurs. But scientists have debated why whales are so huge for a long time. The prevailing idea is that if you live in water, buoyancy allows you to get bigger than if you lived on land. But it …

The Most Terrifying Creatures Of The Deep Sea

The Most Terrifying Creatures Of The Deep Sea

Narrator: A lot of people aren’t comfortable swimming in open water. I mean, you never know what lives in the water beneath your feet. The ocean holds many bizarre deep sea monsters. As you dive 140 meters underwater, you might see a megamouth shark. Sure, they look scary, but those 50 rows of teeth are …

To See Gulls Anew

To See Gulls Anew

KRISTIE NELSON: A lot of people really like birds. Birdwatching is popular. Not a lot of people are big fans of gulls. They’re annoying to a lot of people, particularly because they’re really good at observing us and the food resources that are around humans. But when you stop and observe and pay attention, there’s …