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AREOLATA SEA SNAIL Catch and Cook - Vietnam Street Food - Vietnam Seafood
 
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Authentic scenes of areolata sea snail catch and cook in Vietnam. Thank you Cuibap Sam for beautiful underwater footage. The footage was taken at his areolata sea snail farm in Vietnam. Underwater footage credit to him - Cuibap Sam. Areolata sea snail season in Vietnam is around the year. However, areolata sea snail tastes the best in summer and autumn where it gets the maximum size. Areolata sea snail is expensive street food and seafood in Vietnam, around 30-40 USD per kilogram. Given its premium quality, Vietnamese people make delicious Vietnam street food from areolata sea snail, such as grilled areolata sea snail with lemongrass, boiled ginger areolata sea snail, sweet and sour areolata sea snail. Personally, I think steaming is the greatest way to turn areolata sea snail into ready to eat Vietnam seafood meals without losing any nutrition. In Vietnam, people love street food and sea food from areolata snail because of its aroma, sweet and tender texture. FYI, areolata sea snail is farmed at large scale in Vietnam so pay attention to the way people feed, catch, process and cook areolata sea snail over there. By doing so, there is enough areolata sea snail for the high dinning demand in Vietnam. Vietnam sea snail seafood or Vietnam areolata sea snail street food are attracting many hungry foreign eaters to come to this country. Full playlists of Vietnamese street food: 1. Whole animal cooking - Vietnam Street Food https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6rXrDuUxfp__yg-ZSElXcT 2. Exclusive Insects Food in Vietnam https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s400_FevmupZWADkDBNnLcR 3. Local Vietnamese seafood street food https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6sG6OWc7xjr41eyzMeTCnX 4. EXTREMELY GRAPHIC Cooking in Vietnam https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s5CZzwB2JRh3hV4wINh9ark 5. Vietnam Street Food Series 2018 - Authentic Footage https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6-mHo-zCQ0YtsCAdhGBNua
Views: 938195 Raw Street Capture 101
Yummy Monster Sea Snail Salad Cooking - Monster Sea Snail Cooking - Cooking With Sros
 
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Hi everyone. Today I cook yummy monster sea snail salad. It's very huge monster sea snail right here. The taste of this salad is so yummy too. So, let's enjoy together. Thank you. More yummy cooking: Yummy $15 Giant Rainbow Lobster Tom Yam Cooking - Giant Rainbow Lobster Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/ChQBkLCXO-A Yummy Razor Clam Hot Spicy Cooking - Razor Calm Stir Fry - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/8pOG6BAniqA Yummy Eel Cooking Hot Spicy Recipe - Cooking Eel - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/7XlFDBXHs4c Yummy Horseshoe Crab Salad Cooking - Horseshoe Crab Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/wDooaT6qKKo More contact : Twitter : https://twitter.com/Cooking_w_Sros?lang=en
Views: 5911505 Cooking With Sros
Sea Snails Eating Jellyfish at Hersham Beach, South Africa
 
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Sea Snails eating a jellyfish at Hersham Beach, South Africa in January 2016. Check out our website at www.underabigbluesky.com
Views: 1095828 Under a big blue sky
Watch These Cunning Snails Stab and Swallow Fish Whole | Deep Look
 
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Join Deep Look on Patreon NOW! https://www.patreon.com/deeplook Cone Snails have an arsenal of tools and weapons under their pretty shells. These reef-dwelling hunters nab their prey in microseconds, then slowly eat them alive. SUBSCRIBE to Deep Look! http://goo.gl/8NwXqt DEEP LOOK is a ultra-HD (4K) short video series created by KQED San Francisco and presented by PBS Digital Studios. See the unseen at the very edge of our visible world. Explore big scientific mysteries by going incredibly small. New research shows that cone snails — ocean-dwelling mollusks known for their brightly colored shells — attack their prey faster than almost any member of the animal kingdom. There are hundreds of species of these normally slow-moving hunters found in oceans across the world. They take down fish, worms and other snails using a hollow, harpoon-like tooth that acts like a spear and a hypodermic needle. When they impale their prey, cone snails inject a chemical cocktail that subdues their meal and gives them time to dine at their leisure. Cone snails launch their harpoons so quickly that scientists were previously unable to capture the movement on camera, making it impossible to calculate just how speedy these snails are. Now, using super-high-speed video, researchers have filmed the full flight of the harpoon for the first time. From start to finish, the harpoon’s flight takes less than 200 micro-seconds. That’s one five-thousandth of a second. It launches with an acceleration equivalent to a bullet fired from a pistol. So how do these sedentary snails pull off such a high-octane feat? Hydrostatic pressure — the pressure from fluid — builds within the half of the snail’s proboscis closest to its body, locked behind a tight o-ring of muscle. When it comes time to strike, the muscle relaxes, and the venom-laced fluid punches into the harpoon’s bulbous base. This pressure launches the harpoon out into the snail’s unsuspecting prey. As fast as the harpoon launches, it comes to an even more abrupt stop. The base of the harpoon gets caught at the end of the proboscis so the snail can reel in its meal. The high-speed action doesn’t stop with the harpoon. Cone snail venom acts fast, subduing fish in as little as a few seconds. The venom is filled with unique molecules, broadly referred to as conotoxins. The composition of cone snail venom varies from species to species, and even between individuals of the same species, creating a library of potential new drugs that researchers are eager to mine. In combination, these chemicals work together to rapidly paralyze a cone snail’s prey. Individually, some molecules from cone snail venom can provide non-opioid pain relief, and could potentially treat Parkinson’s disease or cancer. --- Where do cone snails live? There are 500 species of cone snails living in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, the Caribbean and Red Seas, and the Florida coast. --- Can cone snails kill humans? Most of them do not. Only eight of those 500 species, including the geography cone, have been known to kill humans. --- Why are scientists interested in cone snails? Cone snail venom is derived from thousands of small molecules call peptides that the snail makes under its shell. These peptides produce different effects on cells, which scientists hope to manipulate in the treatment of various diseases. ---+ Read the entire article on KQED Science: https://wp.me/p6iq8L-84uC ---+ For more information: Here’s what WebMD says about treating a cone snail sting: https://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/cone-snail-sting ---+ More Great Deep Look episodes: This Mushroom Starts Killing You Before You Even Realize It https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl9aCH2QaQY Take Two Leeches and Call Me in the Morning https://youtu.be/O-0SFWPLaII ---+ See some great videos and documentaries from the PBS Digital Studios! Space Time: Quantum Mechanics Playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IfmgyXs7z8&list=PLsPUh22kYmNCGaVGuGfKfJl-6RdHiCjo1 Above The Noise: Endangered Species: Worth Saving from Extinction? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5eTqjzQZDY ---+ Follow KQED Science: KQED Science: http://www.kqed.org/science Tumblr: http://kqedscience.tumblr.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/kqedscience ---+ About KQED KQED, an NPR and PBS affiliate in San Francisco, CA, serves Northern California and beyond with a public-supported alternative to commercial TV, Radio and web media. Funding for Deep Look is provided in part by PBS Digital Studios. Deep Look is a project of KQED Science, which is supported by the Templeton Religion Trust and the Templeton World Charity Foundation, the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, the Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation, the Vadasz Family Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Fuhs Family Foundation Fund and the members of KQED. #deeplook
Views: 1247901 Deep Look
Found Monster Snail at the Beach
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE NOW! https://bit.ly/2O4JqgU Facebook - https://bit.ly/2F4BCbg Watch More - https://bit.ly/2TxXjdH Found Monster Snail at the Beach GET READY...things are about Survival in the Wild! New Episodes Coming Soon! Thank you for watching! .................................................... Copyright Our Family © 2019. All rights reserved
Views: 1120935 Our Family
Giant Horse Conch & Burglar Hermit Crabs | Blue Planet | BBC Earth
 
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An amazing Giant Sea Snail makes a meal of a smaller Tulip Snail and it is not long before a group of eager Hermit Crabs seize the opportunity to grab a new home. Taken From Blue Planet Subscribe to the BBC Earth YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthSubBBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth BBC Earth Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bbcearth/?hl=en Visit http://www.bbc.com/earth/world for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.
Views: 1562784 BBC Earth
Snails Eat Mackerel
 
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Pteropods: Swimming snails of the sea
 
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The pteropods are a fascinating group of snails that spend their entire lives swimming or drifting in the ocean and never touching the bottom. Pteropoda means wing-foot referring to their muscular foot that has evolved into a pair of wings allowing them to take advantage of the Earth’s largest habitat, the open ocean. There are two distinct types of pteropods – those with shells and those without. The shelled pteropods produce a net of sticky mucous to passively collect and eat marine snow. The pteropods without shells are all carnivores and as far as we know, feed solely upon the shelled pteropods. The pteropods are a widespread and diverse group, and play an important role in the oceanic food web. However, the increasing acidity of the ocean leaves the fragile pteropod shells vulnerable to dissolving, challenging the health and growth of these species. These impacts may reach beyond pteropods to the variety of animals, including fishes, sharks, squids, and marine mammals that eat them. Video script & narration: Stephanie Bush Video editing: Kyra Schlining Music: Satellites (APM Music, LLC) Production support: Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Linda Kuhnz, Lonny Lundsten, Bruce Robison, Susan von Thun Still images courtesy of: Stephanie Bush, David Liittschwager, & Karen Osborn Notobranchaea footage at 01:37 ©2004 BBC, filmed at MBARI in conjunction with NHK Japan. For more information: www.mbari.org
IT'S HUGE! Giant Black Slug!
 
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Please SUBSCRIBE NOW! http://bit.ly/BWchannel Watch More - http://bit.ly/BTTseasnake On this episode of Beyond the Tide, Coyote sets off on an another aquatic adventure with Tide Pool expert Aron Sanchez in search of some monster sized Slugs! ...seriously, these giant black slugs are HUGE!! Weighing up to 30lbs the Black Sea Hare is the largest slug in the world and is found in abundance along the Pacific Coast of the United States.  Aptly named Sea Hare due to their rabbit ear looking appendages, these creatures are truly a primordial wonder of the ocean. Who would have ever thought a Sea Slug could grow to the size of a small dog!? Get ready to get up close with one BIG, BLACK, SLIMY, SLUG!  Special thanks to Aron Sanchez for making this adventure possible. To learn more about Aron's amazing field work please visit his YouTube channel http://bit.ly/waterbod or his Instagram @waterbod Our new series Beyond the Tide explores the mysterious world of the ocean and brings you closer than ever to its most fascinating creatures. Whether it’s tide pools, lagoons or the deepest depths of the sea Coyote Peterson and the Brave Wilderness crew will take you there! The Brave Wilderness Channel is your one stop connection to a wild world of adventure and amazing up close animal encounters! Follow along with adventurer and animal expert Coyote Peterson and his crew as they lead you on four exciting expedition series including the Emmy Award Winning Breaking Trail, Dragon Tails, Coyote’s Backyard and Beyond the Tide - featuring everything from Grizzly Bears and Crocodiles to Rattlesnakes and Tarantulas…each episode offers an opportunity to learn something new. So SUBSCRIBE NOW and join the adventure that brings you closer to the most beloved, bizarre and misunderstood creatures known to man! GET READY...things are about to get WILD! New Episodes Every Tuesday and Friday at 9AM EST Subscribe Now! https://www.youtube.com/BraveWilderness Find more info at: https://www.CoyotePeterson.com Coyote Peterson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson G+: https://plus.google.com/100310803754690323805/about
Views: 25683253 Brave Wilderness
Mucky Secrets - Part 17 - Sea Snails & Flame Scallop - Lembeh Strait
 
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Sea snails and electric flame scallop. Part 17 of my documentary, "Mucky Secrets", about the fascinating marine creatures of the Lembeh Strait in Indonesia. Watch the full 90-minute documentary at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJMZ6reOB0E As we continue to examine molluscs (mollusks, Mollusca) in this documentary series, we take a quick look at the electric flame scallop (Ctenoides ales), otherwise known as the "disco clam", "fire clam" or "electric clam". The flame scallop is a type of bivalve (Bivalvia). It appears to emit luminescent electrical pulses, but actually it is rolling and unrolling the edges of its mantle, revealing special particles that simply reflect light. The display is thought to attract phytoplankton as food and perhaps frighten off predators like crabs and shrimps. We then turn our attention to sea snail (gastropods, Gastropoda). The grey bonnet (Phalium glaucum) is a typical sea snail. It has a protective, coiled shell that it can withdraw its entire body into. It glides over the substrate on its large, muscular foot, and at the rear we see the operculum, a hard lid that is used to close the opening of the shell after the snail withdraws into it. Two simple eyes peer out from under the front of the shell, and important sensory feedback also comes from the two tentacles. To one side is the inhalent siphon, a tube that the sea snail uses to draw in water for respiration. The anatomy of another gastropod, the vomer conch (Euprotomus vomer), is different. Its mouth is much more obvious, at the end of a long protrusion called a proboscis. It is strictly a herbivore, and it uses the proboscis for locating and eating algae growing in the sand. It's eyes are much more prominent too, at the end of long stalks, and jutting out from these stalks are two highly sensitive tentacles. Rather than gliding, it uses its operculum to drag itself along the bottom in a lurching motion. Conchs are a popular food, and their shells have symbolic and religious significance in some cultures. They have been used for everything from musical instruments, to weapons, to ink holders. We then encounter a whitespotted hermit crab inhabiting an empty cone shell. The main sensory device of cones like the ivory cone (Conus eburneus) is the siphon itself which contains highly sensitive chemoreceptors. If it detects suitable prey the cone will unleash a harpoon from its proboscis containing a highly venomous neurotoxin, powerful enough to kill humans. There are English captions showing either the full narration or the common and scientific names of the marine life, along with the dive site names. The full Mucky Secrets nature documentary features a huge diversity of weird and wonderful marine animals including frogfish, nudibranchs, scorpionfish, crabs, shrimps, moray eels, seahorses, octopus, cuttlefish etc.. Thanks to Kevin MacLeod of http://www.incompetech.com for the music track, "Scheming Weasel (slower version)", which is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Thanks to the staff and keen-eyed divemasters of Two Fish Divers (http://www.twofishdivers.com), for accommodation, diving services and critter-spotting. The video was shot by Nick Hope with a Sony HVR-Z1P HDV camera in a Light & Motion Bluefin HD housing with Light & Motion Elite lights and a flat port. A Century +3.5 diopter was used for the most of the macro footage. I have more scuba diving videos and underwater footage on my website at: http://www.bubblevision.com I post updates about my videos here: http://www.facebook.com/bubblevision http://google.com/+bubblevision http://www.twitter.com/nicholashope http://bubblevision.tumblr.com Full list of marine life and dive sites featured in this video: 00:00 Flame Scallop, Ctenoides ales, Nudi Retreat 00:29 Grey Bonnet, Phalium glaucum, TK 2 01:23 Vomer Conch, Euprotomus vomer, Jahir 02:28 White-spotted Hermit Crab, Dardanus megistos, Two Fish Divers house reef 02:40 Ivory Cone, Conus eburneus, TK 2 03:03 Nudibranchs, Hypselodoris bullocki & Glossodoris cincta, Aer Perang 03:08 Nudibranch, Doto sp., Nudi Retreat
Views: 101113 Bubble Vision
Sea snails emerge from the sand to devour the body of a fish
 
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Views: 1795 Mind Blowing
Incredible Found Monster Sea Snail At the Beach
 
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Incredible Found Monster Sea Snail At the Beach things are about Survival in the Wild! New Episodes Coming Soon! #Monster_Sea_Snail Please SUBSCRIBE NOW! https://bit.ly/2O4JqgU Facebook - https://bit.ly/2F4BCbg Watch More - https://bit.ly/2TxXjdH Thank you for watching! .................................................... Copyright Our Family © 2019. All rights reservedsh,
Views: 88196 Our Family
Yummy Cooking Sea Snail Spicy Young Green Pepper Recipe - Yummy Eating Sea Snail - Cooking With Sros
 
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Welcome to my channel. Today I want to show you with yummy cooking sea snail chili sauce. There are some ingredients you may need in this recipe: - Sea snail - Green onion - Onion - Carrot - Young green onion - Hoisin sauce - Oyster sauce - Salt - Sugar - Soybean oil - Garlic I strongly believe all of you would enjoy with this recipe and stay tune for more recipe as well. Thank you. Also you would see more yummy recipe here : Yummy Fish Cooking Tomato Stir Fried Recipe - Yummy Eating Fish - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/DVP2OQg-XhE Yummy Rice Crab Feroniella Lucida Cooking Recipe - Yummy Eating Rice Crab - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/fhBJSJZoGuI Yummy Shrimp Pork Salad Vegetable - Shrimp Pork Salad - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/IKqdWRQnaZs Yummy Grilling Shrimp Cooking Spicy Sauce - Yummy Eating Grilling Shimp - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/bQ5mUrHBrio Yummy Giant Snakehead Fish Grilling With Mango Pickle - Eating Delicious - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/t-tyl2yryy4 Yummy Papaya Salad Cooking Cuttlefish - Yummy Eating Papaya Salad - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/ixFiH87Xtow Yummy Blood Cockle Stir Fried Tamarind Sauce Cooking - Blood Cockle Stir Fried - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/mhDY3NVRvp8 Yummy Snail Green Curry Noodle Powder Cooking - Snail Curry Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/ohHGjC0bvvQ Yummy Chicken Spicy Grilling With Tamarind Sauce - Chicken Grilling - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/TryZkPt9zV8 Yummy Chicken Stir Fried Ginger Recipe - Chicken Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/D4S8gsjX0KQ Yummy Squid Grilling Chili Sauce Homemade - Squid Grilling Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/cORUO3blfkg Yummy Drumstick Roasted With Sugar Cane Juice - Drumstick Roasted - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/RdgYd1ZWlaw Yummy Blue Crab Crispy Frying Recipe - Blue Crab Crispy Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/XF5G745zjww Yummy Rice Crab Pounding With Ferroniella Lucida Recipe - Rice Crab Pounding - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/btPjaOIlw1A Yummy Gizzard Spicy Stir Fried With Lemongrass Stalk - Gizzard Cooking - Cooking With Cooking https://youtu.be/YFG7d4y7EqU Yummy Noodle Stir Fried Beef Recipe - Noodle Cooking With Beef - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/HoKDVwOnRWI Yummy Lotus Root Stir Fried Shrimp And Pork - Lotus Root Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/qfiOLoU2WZg Yummy Quail Grilling With Young Green Tamarind Sauce - Quail Grilling Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/oTwRCNrsdxk Yummy Cow Legs Soup Cooking - Cow Legs Soup - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/R2Hgh6LQDxA Yummy Giant Squid Stir Fried Leek Recipe - Giant Squid Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/NmsaklattGM Yummy Shrimp Past Stir Fried Pork Recipe - Shrimp Past Cooking With Pork - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/4fyWleU80yY Yummy Pig Ears Sweet Sour Stir Fried Vegetable - Pig Ears Sweet Sour Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/4X1lnN7anko Yummy Chicken Green Curry Recipe - Chicken Green Curry Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/BhpkV4rCiBI Yummy Bitter Gourd Stir Fried Beef Recipe - Bitter Gourd Cooking With Beef - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/uJln8DSg_bk Yummy Sticky Rice With Palm Sugar Ball Cake - Sticky Rice Cooking Palm Sugar - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/YEkScffB8hc Yummy Razor Clam With Star Gooseberry Sour Soup Recipe - Razor Clam Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/5SZ_TaLMvbY Yummy Sea Fish Frying Soaked Tamarind Sauce Recipe - Sea Fish Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/CN0gaknlKNE Yummy Stingray Fish Curry Cooking With Egg Plant - Stingray Fish Curry Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/ea8HGPkBy40 Yummy Bamboo Shoot Stir Fry Shrimp With Egg Recipe - Bamboo Shoot Stir Fry - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/Kt_42RNW0dw Yummy Shrimp Frying With Rice Flour - Shrimp Frying Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/d4yTXJqt1W8 Yummy Fish Ball Fried Vegetable Recipe - Fish Ball Fried Cooking - Cooking with Sros https://youtu.be/mlbH4LQA_fU Yummy Rice Field Crab Stir Fry Recipe - Rice Field Crab Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/6H3kCHG7PEg Yummy Crispy Pork Frying Recipe - Crispy Pork Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/Eylcb4rbLSo More contact : Twitter : https://twitter.com/Cooking_w_Sros?lang=en Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/cookingwithsros/?hl=en
Views: 1223941 Cooking With Sros
Giant Atlantic Sea Snail
 
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Footage of a large sea snail off the coast of the Atlantic Sea in Cuba. To See more click HERE http://www.adventuretraveler.org
Views: 63139 Jay Barban
Eating Conch - Tasty Sea Snails | Ăn Ốc Biển Canada
 
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Eating Conch, tasty sea snails in spicy broth. Yêu thích hãy LIKE và SUBSCRIBE nhé. cảm ơn các bạn đã ủng hộ. Follow Me: ► Subscribe: https://goo.gl/MXr41S ► Facebook: https://www.fb.com/AileenVlog ► Instagram: https://instagram.com/AileenVlog ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/AileenVlog @ Business inquiries: [email protected]
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Sea snails
 
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at Rye Beach, New Hampshire
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EAT STEAMED SEA SNAILS
 
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How to catch catch snails on the Sea
 
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How to catch catch snails on the Sea
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SEA SNAIL CATCH AND COOK , Eating Snails
 
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Went out looking for snail for a catch and cook an found 3 species an gave them a try haha #eatingsnails #catchandcook #seasnails OTHER PLATFORMS INSTAGRAM LINK( https://instagram.com/smash_fishing_channel_islands?utm_source=ig_profile_share&igshid=13cfk0l50c3xm FACEBOOK LINK) https://m.facebook.com/SMASHFISHING/ (TWITTER LINK ) https://mobile.twitter.com/smashfishing
Views: 1312 SMASH FISHING!!
HD DEUCE Bigalow Male Gigalow Funny Scene Sea Snails
 
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funny scene from deuce bigalow
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Killer Cone Snails | National Geographic
 
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You'd think a snail wouldn't be much threat in the sea, but the cone snail proves deadly to unsuspecting fish. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #ConeSnails #Venomous About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Killer Cone Snails | National Geographic https://youtu.be/JjHMGSI_h0Q National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 1139314 National Geographic
Survival with Monster Sea Snail
 
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Survival with Monster Sea Snail Subscribe: https://bit.ly/2DjxmVq | Never miss a video! Enable All Notifications! More videos, watch here: https://bit.ly/2U8n14o http://www.samiwilderness.com/ #Wilderness_Food #Monster_Sea_Snail Thank you for watching! .................................................... Copyright Wilderness Food © 2019. All rights reserved
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Can sea snails accelerate a cure for cancer?
 
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From the ocean to the science lab, researchers are investigating whether a chemical found in sea snails may be used to tackle chemo-resistant cancers. 📣 📰 #Sea #snails turn out to be our greatest #strength against #cancer » https://t.co/PYpudZ9uAa 🔬 🐌 🌊 @abcnews pic.twitter.com/mYMGKmZ6ze— UAM Gazette (@UAM_Gazette) 19 mai 2016 Australian scientists say a substance in a common sea snail egg appears to be capable of killing even some chemo-resistant cancers. The white rock… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/06/01/can-sea-snails-accelerate-a-cure-for-cancer euronews knowledge brings you a fresh mix of the world's most interesting know-hows, directly from space and sci-tech experts. Subscribe for your dose of space and sci-tech: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsknowledge Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
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Hermit Crab vs. Conch | World's Deadliest
 
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The 11-pound horse conch might seem invincible against most threats. But the tables are turned a bit when hermit crabs stage an invasion of the dinner-snatchers. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips of World’s Deadliest here: http://bit.ly/Worldsdeadliest ➡ Get More World’s Deadliest: http://bit.ly/WorldsDeadliest #NatGeoWILD #HermitCrab #WorldsDeadliest About World's Deadliest: World’s Deadliest Predators is a new series that looks at most riveting moments of animal predation, breaking down the struggle for survival and supremacy into five action-packed episodes. Top Hunters focuses on the most feared animals in their class: animals at the top of their food chain; the hunters who are prey to no other animal. Killer Packs illustrates when predators multiply their advantage over prey by banding with others of their species to hunt. Lethal Weapons shows that the physical attributes and built-in concealed weapons have the ability to make an animal a top predator. Our Superpowers episode focuses on the animals that see, hear, and smell better than any others…and that relative to their size on are the fastest and strongest creatures on the planet. And whether it is over food, territory or sex, animals go to war within their species and against other species…Battles dissects these conflicts, from the strategy to the play-by-play. These five episodes bring together dozens of species, which are extraordinary, savage, and the World’s Deadliest Predators. Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Shellfish May Invade North Atlantic As Ice Melts http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/08/080807-mollusk-migration.html Hermit Crab vs. Conch | World's Deadliest https://youtu.be/ExV4b77qfww Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
Views: 7430174 Nat Geo WILD
Fish Market Qing Jing Clams Sea Snails Mussels Razor Shells Oysters Jellyfish
 
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Fish Market Qing Jing Clams Sea Snails Mussels Razor Shells Oysters Jellyfish http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish
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Snails Eat Fish
 
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Clip from the documentary: BBC: The Blue Planet, No.7 "Tidal Seas"
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Conch And Sea Snails Elimination Challenge | MasterChef Canada | MasterChef World
 
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The home cooks have just 45 minutes to create a dish with conch and sea snails, withe the added twist of using other competitor's ingredients. Subscribe and never miss a MasterChef moment : https://www.youtube.com/MasterChefWorld Welcome to MasterChef World! The best MasterChef moments from the history of the world's favourite Cooking TV show from across the globe. Challenges, recipes, how-to's and of course the biggest cooking fails and meltdowns. Whether you are a fan of MasterChef, Junior MasterChef, MasterChef the Professionals or Celebrity MasterChef, you're in the right place. #masterchef #masterchefcanada #howtocook
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How killer cone snails kill
 
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There’s a saying in the sea, 'If it’s a cone, leave it alone'. Although they look pretty harmless cone nails are pretty deadly. They're a chemical making factory that travels around an a giant sticky foot firing venomous harpoons filled a deadly cocktail that paralyses their prey. This cocktail essentially kill their victims half a dozen different ways. Once the prey has been immobilised it is swallowed whole. Different cone snails have different venom depending on their diet i.e. invertebrates cf vertebrates. Understandably humans are only susceptible to the venom from the vertebrates. Scientists have found a compound in the venom that is more potent than morphine. Consider this..A single cone shell can contain over 100 conopeptides x multiple this out over 500 cone snails species and that’s 50,000 compounds to investigate for medicine. Imagine the potential……That’s just the nature of things. The Nature of Science website http://www.thenatureofscience.com.au/ The Nature of Science Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thenatureofsciencevideos/ The Nature of Science Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thenatureofscience Thanks to James Cook University for their support with this video. Check out their courses and all around awesomeness at https://www.jcu.edu.au/
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Cooking Giant Sea Snails - Green Mango Salad with Giant Snails
 
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Cooking Giant Sea Snails, Green Mango Salad with Giant Snails, Yummy Recipes The Ingredients You’ll Need: Giant Sea Snails Green Mangoes Chicken Powder Soup or Salt Sugar Culantro Spring onion Basil Red Hot Chilies Please SUBSCRIBE for more updates! ------------------------------------ Follow us: Google Plus: http://bit.ly/2l1HsUj Twitter: https://twitter.com/VillageFoodVFD Blogger: https://villagefooddaily.blogspot.com/
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14 STRANGEST Snails In the WORLD
 
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From small deadly gastropods … to enormous ancient mollusks … Here are 14 of the strangest Snails in the world 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 #9 Cowry THis is a common name for marine gastropod mollusks that can be found in sizes from small to large. They’re notable for the shape of their shell, which kind of resembles and egg … except for it being flat underneath. Their translucent look has been compared to porcelain … and in fact the word ‘porcelain’ is taken from ‘Porcellana’, the Italian name for the shells of these animals. Did you known that historically, their shells have been used as currency in certain parts of the world? The Cowry shell was the shell most often used for trade … and this so-called ‘shell money’ played a vital role in trading routes from Africa to East Asia. The shells were also used extensively in the past for jewelry and ceremonial functions … and that practice continues today. #8 Giant Triton Snail This critter goes by a number of colorful names … including the Hairy Trumpet Snail. But whatever you want to call it, this animal is a marine gastropod mollusk and a predatory sea snail. The shells of the creatures can often resemble sea shells … in fact, another one of their names is ‘Triton’s Trumpet’, which refers to a seashell horn used by the Greek god Triton. While these creatures my not have shells as big as Triton’s, they can still reach an impressive size …, with lengths reaching more than half a meter (20 inches). As active predators, they’re known to go after starfish and other molluscs. It’s actually gained some notoriety for preying on the crown of thorns starfish in particular. That species of starfish can grow to about 1 meter in diameter, and is covered in venomous spines about 1 inch in length. But the Giant Triton Snail has no worries about capturing and eating that animal. #7 Scaly Foot Gastropod This critter is a little different from others on our list. While it is a marine gastropod mollusc, these snails are found in the deep seas, around hydrothermal vents. They’re native to the Indian Ocean, where they’re been located more than 1.5 miles below the surface (2800m). Thanks to those crushing depths, the snail has a shell that is exceptionally well-armored, with three layers … the outermost of which is composed of iron sulfides. In fact, experts say that this is the only living animal that suffuses its skeleton with iron sulfides. Some other interesting physical traits include the snail having no eyes, and an unusually large heart that makes up about 4 percent of its body volume. They were discovered in 2011 at the base of a hydrothermal vent field.
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Snails At Sea
 
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Tutorial on making the Snail Trail block from the pattern "Snails at Sea pattern from Dawna's Design Threads. http://www.dawnasdesignthreads.com/
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WATER/SEA SNAILS with Sour Bamboo
 
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Water/Sea Snails with Sour Bamboo 1 lb. Water Snails *sea snails*periwinkles*escargot* 1 jar (24 oz) Sour Bamboo Shoots 2 Tbsp. chopped garlic 10 to 14 Roasted Thai chili peppers (more or less) 6 Kaffir lime leaves 6 lemon verbena leaves 2 stalks lemon grass 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes 2 Tbsp. granulated chicken bouillon 1 Tbsp. MSG 2 tsp. to 1 1/2 Tbsp. Tamarind Soup Base powder (however sour you like it add more or less) Lemon basil (or Thai, Vietnamese basil) green onions cilantro 2 Tbsp. olive oil **Bring to boil 10 cups of water)
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Sea Snails in Saigon, Vietnam! (Oc Dao)
 
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Best Breakfast in Saigon! → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAQiWYfeVCM Join the notification squad! Click the BELL icon to get updated as soon as a video is uploaded. New video every Wednesday! About This Episode: Learn more about ONETRIP Tours → https://www.christinas.vn/onetrip/ SEA SNAILS: Ốc RESTAURANT NAME: Ốc Đào OPERATING HOURS: 10AM - 10:30PM COST OF MEAL: 300,000 - 400,000 VND (15-20 USD) ADDRESS: 212B Alley, Nguyen Trai, District 1 FOODS: 1. Scallops grilled with green onion - Sò điệp nướng mỡ hành 2. Sweet snails roasted with chilly salt - Ốc hương rang muối ớt 3. Sea snails sautéed with tamarind sauce Ốc mỡ xào me 4. Clams steamed in Thai style - Nghêu hấp thái 5. Sea snails sautéed with coconut milk - Ốc len xào dừa 6. Oysters grilled with cheese - Hào nướng phô mai Come say hi on: INSTAGRAM → https://www.instagram.com/instasonnyside/ FACEBOOK → https://www.facebook.com/SonnySideFilmsFan/ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Support My Channel: Patreon is a platform that allows people to support creators on a recurring basis. Your contribution is an investment in creative freedom. Your generous donation will allow me the time and resources to create more videos for you. → https://www.patreon.com/BestEverFoodReviewShow Disclaimer: If you see any factual food errors in my video, please feel free to politely let me know in the comments. I'm a huge fan of trying different, interesting and strange foods in each country. My show is from a Western point of view, but more importantly MY point of view, but is not meant to offend any person or culture.
Survival Skills: Find Sea Snails for food - Cooking Delicious Snails
 
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Survival Skills: Find Sea Snails for food - Cooking Delicious Snails https://youtu.be/2KwxJbNeRLg Thank For Watching My Videos! Please Subscribe US https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_64d2H-3sAWmhbGnJNUrzg -------------------------------------------------------
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Dangerous Snails of the Seas : the truth about cones, a venomous sea shell family.
 
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In this little footage you learn the truth about the danger that a seashell family can represent : the cones! They are all venomous with different degrees. The piscivorous species are by far the most dangerous for us, humans! But what about really? Are we taking a risk when we swim? Why should there not be more accidents? Everything is in the video!
Born to Be Wild: Collecting rock sea snails that destroy coral reefs
 
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Aired: (September 30, 2018): Did you know that there are species of snails that can kill marine corals? Doc Ferds joins a group of experts to dive in Bicol and extract the drupella or rock sea snails that caused devastation in the reef. Watch ‘Born to be Wild’ every Sunday, hosted by Doctor Nielsen Donato and Doctor Ferds Recio. Subscribe to us! http://www.youtube.com/user/GMAPublicAffairs?sub_confirmation=1 Find your favorite GMA Public Affairs and GMA News TV shows online! http://www.gmanews.tv/publicaffairs http://www.gmanews.tv/newstv
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Yummy Murex Snail Salad Sea Weed - Alien Sea Snail Salad Recipe - Cooking With Sros
 
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Hi. How are you? Today I bring you back with yummy murex snail salad sea weed. So incredible taste with murex snail cooking as salad and add more taste with sea weed soaked coconut milk. I suggest you to try at home since it absolutely yummy. So let's enjoy together. Thank you. More yummy cooking: Yummy Purple Corn Grilling Soaked Coconut Milk - Purple Corn Grilling - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/IFIGuZIrQ5k Yummy Black Jamun Shake Chili Salt - Jambolan Plum Harvest From The Tree - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/T156_iI1rbY Yummy Star Apple Sweet - Star Apple Dessert - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/eN3zbJSAjWo Yummy Shrimp Crispy Stir Fry Cooking Garlic - Shrimp Crispy Recipe - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/3HdIENBcZdY Yummy Monster Sea Snail Salad Cooking - Monster Sea Snail Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/0YR6s-x2KZk Yummy Horseshoe Crab Salad Cooking - Horseshoe Crab Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/wDooaT6qKKo Yummy Crispy Pork Frying Recipe - Crispy Pork Cooking - Cooking With Sros https://youtu.be/Eylcb4rbLSo More about me : Twitter : https://twitter.com/Cooking_w_Sros?lang=en
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Yummy cooking monster sea snail recipe - Cooking skill
 
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Hi every one welcome to visit my channel is talk about primitive catch and cook in forest life style. Please subscribe me to view more videos thank you and i will show you the Yummy cooking monster sea snail recipe.. Wish you good luck for your life bye bye..
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Splatoon 2 How To Use Super Sea Snails
 
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Splatoon 2 How To Use Super Sea Snails
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What Do Snails Eat: Food Preferred By Pet Snails
 
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What Do Snails Eat: Food Preferred By Pet Snails - http://what-do-animals-eat.com/snails/ While there is a great similarity among snails food requirements, different types of snails need different habitats and diets. So, in this video, we will be going to discuss what different types of pet snails eat. What do garden snails eat? Garden snails are another popular species of snails that can be taken home as pets. Garden snails are so easy to be taken care of. If you want, you can have it for free by going to your garden and choose whatever species of garden snails you want to keep. By this you are getting your pet snails for free! Common garden snail species includes: White-lipped banded snails Dwarf pond snails Great pond snails Giant African snails So, what do garden snails eat? But before that you have to consider housing your pet snails. You can have a tank or plastic aquarium and fill it with garden soil. The soil has to be baked on oven for 20 minutes. This process will not just kill harmful bugs but will also destroy deadly soil pathogens that may endanger the lives of your garden snails. After the soil sterilization process, let the soil cool down and place it on your aquarium 2 inches deep. You have to mimic its natural environment. You can do it by adding some real and artificial plants. What do snails eat? Garden snails will eat lettuce, any kind of lettuce will serve the purpose of making your garden snails happy. You can also give them scraps of fruits or veggies. Garden snails are herbivores so you can feed them leaves that are also found at the place where you collected your snails. What do sea snails eat? Sea snails are types of snails that live in a marine environment. These type of snails are best to left in its natural environment unless you know what you are doing. So for the sake of research, what do sea snails eat? Majority of the sea snails species known to man are omnivorous, meaning they can eat both plants and animals. This type of snails also eat algae. When food is scarce, sea snails also eat snails smaller than them. Some sea snails are predators, just like the cone snails. Cone snails eat smaller marine life. Larger cone snails have the ability to stun and eat live fish! There are sea snail that are scavengers. These scavenger sea snails will consume any food that they can find: dead or alive! If you think that you are able to keep sea snails, you will need specialized type of tank or aquarium. If you are getting a carnivorous sea snail, you have to be prepared with live prey such as small fish or minute bivalves. If you have an herbivore sea snail, you have to put marine plant in your tank and let some algae grow on your aquarium so your sea snail has something to consume. Useful keywords: what do snails eat, what do snails eat and drink, what do snails eat in an aquarium, what do snails eat list, what do snails eat in the ocean, what do snails eat for kids, what does snails eat, snail food, what does snail eat, what does a snail eat, snail food, snail eating, what do water snails eat, what do garden snails eat, how to take care of a snail, snail care, snail tank, what snails eat, what do sea snails eat, snail information, snail feed, what to feed snails, what do freshwater snails eat, how to care for a snail -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Can Dogs Eat Grapes: This is the Reason Why Dogs Should NEVER Be Given Grapes!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nHHuVQCdJY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Snails are Delicious Yum! | BeatTheBush
 
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Sea snails are absolutely delicious! Just wash them several times and cook them in a pan for a few minutes. *edit 6/25/2016* You should pre-boil the snails after washing for 2-3 minutes so that all the snails open up. You then rinse the snails again to wash away the trapped dirt inside the snails. *edit 6/25/2016* While the snails themselves have flavor, they still need to be seasoned. Adding ginger usually helps cuts the strong sea flavor and balances things out. 2 teaspoon ginger powder 2 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon soy sauce Stir and cook on high heat for about 5-8 minutes or until the 'doors' of the snails comes loose. Add in 1/4 cup of water as needed to keey the snails hydrated while cooking. . Support more videos like this along with getting a bunch of perks here: http://www.patreon.com/BeatTheBush Get a free audiobook and 30-day trial. Even if you cancel, you still keep the book and you still support my channel for signing up. Support my channel by signing up to help me make more videos like this: http://www.audibletrial.com/BeatTheBush Other Channels: BeatTheBush DIY: https://www.youtube.com/BeatTheBushDIY
Views: 5414 BeatTheBush
Bendhalu Masala Curry Recipe | How to Cook Sea Snails | Prepared by Village Daddy |
 
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Here...indian spicy sea food BENDHALU MASALA CURRY. Bendhalu means sea snails. its healthy and tasty recipe for food lovers. giant sea snail, eating snails alive, sea snails documentary, snail food, sea snail eating fish, sea slug, snail recipe indian, giant clamsea snail pet, giant coconut crab, french snail recipe, abalone cooking, catching sea snails, japanese street food seafood, spicy snail, cone snail, big snail, giant oyster, giant horse conch, sea snake, how to eat sea snails, recipe giant sea snails, sea snail recipe chinese, sea snail food, how to cook whelks recipes, are sea snails poisonous, types of sea snails, edible sea snail
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The World's 7 Most Amazing Snails
 
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Thanks for watching...... 1) Monetaria moneta - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monetaria_moneta 2) Zospeum tholussum - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zospeum_tholussum 3) Conus - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conus 4) Hinea brasiliana - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinea_brasiliana 5) Murex - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murex 6) Achatina achatina - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Achatina_achatina 7) Ampullariidae - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ampullariidae 1) This species is called "money cowry" because the shells were historically widely used in many Pacific and Indian Ocean countries as a form of exchange before coinage was in common usage. 2) Zospeum tholussum is a cave-dwelling species of air-breathing land snails in the family Ellobiidae. It is a very small species with a shell height of less than 2 mm (0.08 in) and a shell width of around 1 mm (0.04 in). Z. tholussum individuals are completely blind and possess translucent shells with five to six whorls. 3) Conus is a large genus of small to large predatory sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs, with the common names of cone snails, cone shells or cones. This genus is placed in the subfamily Coninae within the family Conidae. Geologically speaking, the genus is known from the Eocene to the Recent (Holocene) periods. Conus species have shells that are shaped more or less like geometric cones. Many species have colorful patterning on the shell surface. Conus snails are mostly tropical in distribution. 4) Hinea brasiliana is a species of small sea snail in the family Planaxidae. It is one of only a few sea snail species able to bioluminesce. 5) Murex is a genus of medium to large sized predatory tropical sea snails. These are carnivorous marine gastropod molluscs in the family Muricidae, commonly called "murexes" or "rock snails". 6) Achatina achatina, common name the giant Ghana snail, also known as the giant tiger land snail, is a species of very large, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Achatinidae. The name 'Achatina' is from 'achates', Greek for agate. 7) Ampullariidae, common name the apple snails, is a family of large freshwater snails, aquatic gastropod mollusks with a gill and an operculum. This family is in the superfamily Ampullarioidea and is the type family of that superfamily. Snail is a common name that is applied most often to land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs. However, the common name "snail" is also applied to most of the members of the molluscan class Gastropoda that have a coiled shell that is large enough for the animal to retract completely into. When the word "snail" is used in this most general sense, it includes not just land snails but also thousands of species of sea snails and freshwater snails. Occasionally a few other molluscs that are not actually gastropods, such as the Monoplacophora, which superficially resemble small limpets, may also informally be referred to as "snails". Snail-like animals that naturally lack a shell, or have only an internal shell, are usually called slugs, and land snails that have only a very small shell (that they cannot retract into) are often called semislugs. Snails that respire using a lung belong to the group Pulmonata, while those with gills form a polyphyletic group; in other words, snails with gills form a number of taxonomic groups that are not necessarily more closely related to each other than they are related to some other groups. Both snails that have lungs and snails that have gills have diversified so widely over geological time that a few species with gills can be found on land and numerous species with lungs can be found in freshwater. Even a few marine species have lungs. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snail
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Sea Snails Sea Edible Survival
 
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Eating Sea Snails and other tidal critters for survival.
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Killer Cone Snails
 
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Cone snails may be the slowest of any ocean-going snail, but when it comes to dinner, they are speedy and thorough: their venom is among the world’s most effective and deadly. These marine mollusks stab and poison their faster prey—worms, other mollusks, and fish—in ocean habitats around the world. It’s their venom, with its complex and varied compounds, that makes these snails a valuable part of medical research today. Alan Kohn, professor emeritus of biology at the University of Washington, pioneered research into cone snails as a Yale graduate student in the 1950s. The result of his studies was a seminal moment in marine and medical science. In this video, Kohn explains how cone snails use their neurochemical arsenal and some medieval-looking hardware. https://www.hakaimagazine.com Special Thanks: Alan Kohn Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture Jon-Paul Bingham, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Thomas F. Duda, Jr., University of Michigan Jeff Milisen Baldomero Olivera, University of Utah Joseph R. Schulz, Alex G. Norton & William F. Gilly
Views: 46559 Hakai Magazine
How to Care for Aquatic Snails
 
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Watch this video to learn about aquatic snails and get tips on how to acclimate and care for them.
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Vietnamese Snail Feast in Saigon - Ốc A Sòi Restaurant
 
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When I was visiting Saigon, one of the meals I knew I needed to try, was a Vietnamese style snail meal. Read my blog post here: https://migrationology.com/eating-snails-saigon-vietnam/ Ốc is a word in Vietnamese that means snails, and they are extremely common to eat in Vietnam. Walking around Saigon you’ll find plenty of restaurants that have a host of unknown mollusk shelled creates, on display, that are ready to be cooked however you like them. Located just down the street from the hotel where I was staying in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), was a street that was home to a number of different snail restaurants that opened up in the evening. After walking along the road a number of times, I decided to eat at Ốc A Sòi, a good looking Vietnamese snail restaurant with a few seats and chairs available right along the road. Ốc A Sòi had a full menu, but I had no clue what to order, so rather than browse through the menu, I decided to go up to the trays of fresh snails and see which ones looked good. I literally only knew about what half of the snails were, the others I had no clue… that’s part of the fun of eating and traveling. All the staff at Ốc A Sòi were extremely nice, and they patiently waited as I took my time choosing which snails to eat, and even making suggestions about snails they thought I would enjoy. Once you’ve chosen which snails you’d like to eat, you can then order them cooked in a number of different ways, from stir fried to steamed with lemongrass, to sautéed and coated in salt and chili. I chose a number of different snails and methods of cooking, and then happily sipped on a Saigon beer as I waited for our meal to arrive. The first Vietnamese snail dish I tried in this video was Ốc hương rang muối ớt, Babylonia areolata snails, that were sautéed and coated in a salty chili and lime seasoning. The snails were a little on the chewy side, a little like squid, and the seasoning was flavorful and salty - definitely a good beer snack. One of the snails that I had seen at the front of the restaurant was ốc len xào dừa, mud creepers that were curried in coconut milk and topped with Vietnamese coriander. They were almost the texture of oysters, slimy and slot, and coated in sweet coconut milk. Probably my favorite Vietnamese dish of the meal was sò điệp nướng mỡ hành, I guess not even snails at all, but they were scallops, roasted over charcoal, and topped with scallion oil and chopped peanuts. The combination was something I’d never had before, and it was incredibly delicious. For my last snail, I had ốc tỏi, a huge snail that tasted almost like squid, and had a lovely sweet flavor. I had an amazing time eating snails and shellfish seafood in Saigon, and not only was the food good, but just like much of the food in Vietnam, the atmosphere of the restaurant and the culture of eating was fantastic. There are many snail restaurants to try in Vietnam and throughout Saigon, but I went to Ốc A Sòi since it was right down the street from where I was staying. Music from audionetwork.com Check out our websites: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/blog/ Get the Eating Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/ If you love food, remember to subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology
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