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Spider Performs Amazing Engineering Feat Proverbs 30:28 = "The spider taketh hold with her hands, and is in kings' palaces." Have you ever stood at a construction site watching cranes lift heavy objects suspended by steel cables? Well, a spider in Madagascar can do the same thing. They routinely lift snail shells 20 times their weight using stronger-than-steel cables made of spider silk. This would be like a 180-pound piano mover lifting a piano weighing 3,600 pounds! Olios coenobitus is an elusive spider that lives in snail shells which it hoists high up in bushes to protect itself from predators. Though the snail shell spider was first discovered in 1926, it wasn't until 2011 that a BBC camera crew was able to film it as it raised a snail shell off the jungle floor using a network of si...
Through a partnership with the Lemur Center at Duke University, Duke Engineers for International Development, a student-run group, constructed a rainwater catchment system that not only benefits a local community in Madagascar but also aligns with the Lemur Center Conservation initiative. The Lemur Center supports capacity building, education, and research in the SAVA region of Madagascar. More at: https://sites.duke.edu/deid/current-projects/madagascar-2016/
http://www.conservation.org As an aerial survey specialist, Daniel Juhn flies over the most beautiful places on Earth. He assesses forests and areas under threat. Forests are the "lungs of the earth" in that they release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide, reducing greenhouse gases that cause global climate change. 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions come from the burning and clearning of forests, yet forests are cleared at about a rate of one acre per second. Learn more at http://www.conservation.org/forests
Education in Madagascar, Africa. Secondary school or college with exterior of buildings. A classroom full of adolescent boys. Teacher has one student at the front pointing to a map. An elementary school with younger primary aged children outside playing. A large classroom full of children at desks. One boy reads words on a blackboard as the teacher stands by. College with older boys doing apprentices, mechanics and engineering, practical hands on learning. Aerial view of a school. Boys in a relay race on the sports track with spectators watching from the stands.
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The singer Eden Holan was invited at October 2012 to Madagascar Jazz Festival (Indian ocean). Madajazzcar Festival Here is a Clip showing her 3 Concerts and Master class & very special musical collaborations with locals & international musicians. Eden Holan- Vocal Samy Andriamanoro- Piano Roger Zafera- Bass Nali Rabarison- Percussion Tahiry Andriamanoro- Drums The Song- Bat la Min is From Eden Holan`s album- Irrésistible Written and Composed by Danyèl Waro Recorded by: Eden Holan: Vocal, Arrangements, Production, Direction & Back vocals Rony Holan: Musical production, Arrangements & Drums. Alon Yavnai: Piano & Back Vocals Gilad Dobrecky: Percussion Jamy Pedro: Electric Bass & percussion recorded at Jamy`s Studio in the Reunion Island Gui Joffe: Vocal Direction Fred Magnier: Mixin...