Anaconda Eaten by Man | Wildlife Documentary Films

Anaconda Eaten by Man | Wildlife Documentary Films

An anaconda is a large snake found in tropical South America. Although the name applies to a group of snakes, it is often used to refer only to one species in particular, the common or green anaconda, Eunectes murinus, which is the largest snake in the world by weight, and the second longest.
Anaconda may refer to:
Any member of the genus Eunectes, a group of large, aquatic snakes found in South America
Eunectes murinus, the green anaconda, the largest species, is found east of the Andes in Colombia, Venezuela, the Guianas, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil and Trinidad and Tobago.
Eunectes notaeus, the yellow anaconda, a small species, is found in eastern Bolivia, southern Brazil, Paraguay and northeastern Argentina.
Eunectes deschauenseei, the darkly-spotted anaconda, is a rare species found in northeastern Brazil and coastal French Guiana.
Eunectes beniensis, the Bolivian anaconda, the most recently defined species, is found in the Departments of Beni and Pando in Bolivia.
The giant anaconda is a mythical snake of enormous proportions said to be found in South America.
Any large snake that “constricts” its prey (see Constriction), if applied loosely, was called anaconda,[1] though this usage is now archaic.

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Bülent Ersoy: Bir Tanrıyı birde beni sakın unutma

Here is a remarkable Turkish song (“Never ever forget me”) by one of Turkey’s greatest and most original singers, along with the fabulous Zeki Müren.
Bülent Ersoy, born in 1950, began her career as a male singer, in the genre of Turkish classical Music, and became an actor early on. Already one of Turkey’s most popular male singers and actors, Bülent Ersoy gained international notoriety in 1981 when she travelled to Great Britain to become a woman, a procedure unavailable in her native country. In a further defiance of convention, Ersoy kept the traditionally male name of “Bülent”, rather than exchanging it for a female one, as is usual in similar cases. Returning to Turkey, Bülent found herself accused of “social deviance” and her public performances were banned. This actually went against a centuries-old tradition of tolerance in Turkish society, dating back to the days when the Ottoman sultans kept young male concubines, who were often dressed as women. Performances by male entertainers in drag are also a time-honored tradition in Turkish culture. From Ersoy’s standpoint, the ban should not have even applied to her, as she was an actual woman and not simply a man dressed as one. To circumvent the ban, she petitioned the Turkish courts to legally recognize her as a woman. The petition was rejected in January of 1982. Days later, Ersoy attempted suicide. In 1983 she left the entertainment industry. Finally, in 1988, the Turkish civil code was revised so that those who changed sex could apply for a pink or blue (pink for female, blue for male) identity card by which they were legally recognized in their new identity. Ersoy soon returned to singing and acting, quickly becoming even more popular as a woman than she had been as a man. Her public even took to calling her “Abla” or “elder sister”, an affectionate sign of their total acceptance of her gender. Now semi-retired, she continues to enjoy the love and adoration of her many fans. The attention for Ersoy’s special status often distracts one from the fact that she is an extraordinarily talented singer with an unequaled control of her voice.
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Hande Yener – Deli Bile – Official Video

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Issac Delgado y Maite Hontelé – Mata Siguaraya (Benny Moré)

Issac Delgado invitó a la trompetista Maite Hontelé a tocar en la gala de los Premios Cubadisco (La Habana, Cuba) en un homenaje a Benny Moré. Acompañados por Estrellas de Areito tocan ‘Mata Siguaraya’. / Mayo 2013 – Teatro Nacional / Maite Hontelé es trompetista Holandesa, radicada en Medellín, Colombia.

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[MAD] Beni – One more time, One more chance [Thai – Sub]

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HD 「秒速5センチメートル PV」× BENI  ver.2 (English cover)

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ver.2とは、1:22から異なります [ver.1 is different from ver.2.(1:22~)]

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「秒速5センチメートル(5 Centimeters Per Second) PV」
“One more time, One more chance”
カバー:BENI (English cover)

歌詞 (lyrics)
Tell me how much more do I have to lose
Before I can ever forgive myself
Do you know how much more pain I must endure
Before I can ever see your face again
One more time – Tell me why the seasons keep on changing
One more time – Missing all the times that we shared as one

All those times when we used to argue back and forth
I always just let you have it your way
What kind of spell did you cast on me
I even loved all of your selfish ways
One more chance – When I find myself lost in those memories
One more chance – I don’t know where to go or where to land

It doesn’t matter where I am because
I can’t help but look for you everywhere
On the station platform, in the alley windows
I keep fooling myself thinking I might find you there
Never thought I would wish upon a star
I just want to be there by your side
There’s nothing that I won’t do, I’d give up everything
Just to hold you in my arms, one more time

If all I wanted was just not to be alone,
I should be happy with just anyone
But tonight the stars are hanging by a thread,
and I can’t lie to myself anymore
One more time – Tell me why the seasons keep on changing
One more time – Missing all the times that we shared as one

It doesn’t matter where I am because
Can’t help but look for you everywhere
At the intersection, even in my dreams
Knowing there is no way you would be there
If I could just believe in miracles
I would do anything to show you now
In the morning light, completely new me
I’d tell you what I couldn’t say before,”I love you.”

Memories of our summers together ooh
Our beating hearts were heard no more

It doesn’t matter where I am because
Can’t help but look for you everywhere
The morning sun rises, city of Sakuragi
I keep fooling myself thinking I might find you there
Never thought I would wish upon a star
I just need you right here by my side
There’s nothing that I won’t do, I’d give up everything
Just to hold you in my arms, one more time

It doesn’t matter where I am because
Can’t help but look for a trace of you
At every corner store, in the newspaper
Knowing there is no way that you would be there
If I could just believe in miracles, I would open my heart up once again
In the morning light, a completely new me
I’d tell you what I couldn’t say before,”I love you.”

It doesn’t matter where I am because
Can’t help but to search for your smile
At the railway crossing, watching the trains pass by
Even though there’s no way that you’d be there
If I could live my life all over again, I would be with you for all time
There’s nothing else in this world I want more than what I had
There would never be anything but you that I would ask for

Benny More – Tumba Tumbador

Benny More - Tumba Tumbador

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Bartolomé Maximiliano Moré Gutiérrez (Santa Isabel de las Lajas, 24 de agosto de 1919 – La Habana, 19 de febrero de 1963), conocido como Benny Moré o Beny Moré o el Bárbaro del Ritmo, fue un cantante y compositor cubano. Además de un innato sentido musical, estaba dotado con una fluida voz de tenor que coloreaba y fraseaba con gran expresividad. Moré fue un maestro en todos los géneros de la música cubana, pero destacó particularmente en el son montuno, el mambo, y el bolero.
Nació en el barrio de Pueblo Nuevo de la ciudad de Santa Isabel de Las Lajas, en la entonces provincia de Las Villas, hoy Provincia de Cienfuegos, en el centro de Cuba. Era el mayor de 18 hermanos de una familia afrocubana humilde y campesina. Se dice que su tatarabuelo materno, Gundo, era descendiente del rey de una tribu del Congo que fue capturado a los nueve años por traficantes de esclavos y vendido al propietario de una plantación cubana, llamado Ramón Paredes. Gundo pasó a llamarse entonces Ta Ramón Gundo Paredes. Al pasar a ser propiedad del conde Moré, dueño del central La Santísima Trinidad, se le cambió el nombre a Ta Ramón Gundo Moré. Posteriormente fue emancipado y murió como liberto a la edad de 94 años. El apellido del tatarabuelo materno se conservó por ser todos las ascendientes maternas de Moré —su bisabuela, Julia; su abuela, Patricia, y su madre, Virginia—, así como el propio músico, fruto de uniones ilegítimas, la mayoría de ellas con blancos, que no reconocieron a sus hijos. El padre de Benny Moré fue un tal Silvestre Gutiérrez.
Bartolomé aprendió a tocar la guitarra en su infancia. Según el testimonio de su madre, Virginia Moré, se fabricó su primer instrumento, a la edad de seis años, con una tabla y un carrete de hilo. Abandonó la escuela a edad muy temprana para dedicarse a las labores del campo. A los 16 años, en 1935, formó parte de su primer conjunto musical. En 1936, cuando contaba con 17 años, dejó su ciudad natal y se trasladó a La Habana, donde se ganaba la vida vendiendo “averías”, es decir, frutas y verduras estropeadas, así como hierbas medicinales. Seis meses más tarde regresó a Las Lajas, donde trabajó cortando caña con su hermano Teodoro. Con el dinero obtenido y los ahorros de su hermano, compró su primera guitarra decente.
En 1940 regresó a La Habana. Vivía precariamente, tocando en bares y cafés y pasando después el sombrero. Su primer éxito fue ganar un concurso en la radio. En los primeros 40, la emisora de radio CMQ tenía un programa llamado Corte Suprema del Arte, cuyos ganadores eran contratados y se les daba la posibilidad de grabar y cantar sus canciones. Los perdedores eran interrumpidos, con el sonido de una campana, sin dejarles terminar su actuación. En su primera aparición, la campana sonó apenas Benny había empezado a cantar. Sin embargo, volvió a competir más tarde y obtuvo el primer premio. Entonces consiguió su primer trabajo estable con el conjunto Cauto, liderado por Mozo Borgellá. Cantó también con éxito en la emisora CMZ con el sexteto Fígaro de Lázaro Cordero. En 1944 debutó en la emisora 1010 con el cuarteto Cuato.
Siro Rodríguez, del famoso Trío Matamoros, oyó cantar a Benny Moré en el bar El Templete y quedó gratamente impresionado. Poco después, a causa de una indisposición de Miguel Matamoros poco antes de una actuación, Borgellá envió a Benny para sustituirlo. Tras esta incorporación poco menos que casual, Benny permanecería ligado durante años a los Matamoros, con los que realizó numerosas grabaciones. Reemplazó como cantante principal a Miguel Matamoros, quien se dedicó en exclusiva a dirigir el conjunto.

Aunque era una estrella en varios países latinoamericanos, como México, Panamá, Colombia, Brasil y Puerto Rico, apenas era conocido en su patria. Su primera grabación cubana fue “Bonito y sabroso”. Alternó actuaciones en vivo para la emisora Cadena Oriental con viajes a La Habana para grabar en los estudios de la RCA. La canción “Bonito y sabroso” fue su primer éxito en Cuba. Entre 1950 y 1951 grabó muchas otras canciones, como “La cholanguengue”, “Candelina Alé”, “Rabo y oreja”…
En La Habana trabajó también para la emisora RHC Cadena Azul, con la orquesta de Bebo Valdés, quien le inició en un nuevo estilo llamado batanga. El presentador del programa, Ibrahim Urbino, le dio el sobrenombre de El Bárbaro del Ritmo (la razón parece ser que Benny interpretaba para esta emisora un número titulado “¡Oh, Bárbara!”). Tuvo la oportunidad de grabar con Sonora Matancera, pero declinó la oferta por no estar especialmente interesado en su estilo musical (“porque a él esa Sonora, nunca le había sonado”, según Leonardo Acosta).
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Kore Klip ~ Günah Benim

Umarım beğenirsiniz Lütfen Abone olmayı unutmayınız.
Iyi seyirler 🙂

Dizi veya film değildir şarkıcı klibinden yapılmıştır.
Adı- MYNAME “Baby i’m Sorry”

Şarkı – Eypio(A.P.O)&Burak King “Günah Benim”

Arkadaşlar Bu klip ” MYNAME gurubunun baby i’m sorry şarkısının klibi bunun 35 dakikalık full verisyonuda vardır. Klipten anlamayanlar izleyebilirsiniz Ama nereye baktıysam bakayım türkçe ve ingilizce altyazısını bulamadım orjinal dili korece izleyebilirsiniz linki – klibin uzun verisyonunu gizlendi onun için partlar şeklinde vardır.


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O Hayat Benim 102. Bölüm

Bahar tüm gerçeklerden bir adım uzaktadır. Efsun ise Nuran’ı kaybetmemek için her şeyi göze almıştır. Ancak Zühal’in açık tehdidi karşısında Sultan’ın taviz vermemesi, Efsun’un tüm planlarını altüst eder. Kader, Bahar’la kızını kavuşturmaya kararlıdır sanki. Efsun için İstanbul’a dönmekten başka çare kalmaz. Fakat İstanbul’a gitmek, Nuran’ı öz babası Ateş’in de yakınına götürmek demektir. Efsun’un paniği o kadar büyümüştür ki kaçınılmaz hata Nuran’ın doğum günü kutlaması sırasında gelir. Bu sırada Ateş’in intikam oyunundaki her hamle, Kenan’ı gizlendiği delikten çıkmaya mecbur bırakmaktadır. Ateş’in sesi tek tek hepsinin kulaklarında yankılanmaktadır adeta. “Herkes cezasını çekecek… Herkes!”

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Benny More – Bonito Y Sabroso

¡Pero qué bonito y sabroso,
bailan el mambo los mexicanos!
Mueven la cintura y los hombros,
igualito que los cubanos. (se repite).
Con sentido de ritmo,
para bailar y gozar,
que hasta parece
que estoy en La Habana.
Cuando bailando veo una mexicana,
no hay que olvidar
que México y La Habana
son dos ciudades
que son como hermanes,
para reír y cantar.
¡Pero qué bonito y sabroso,
bailan el mambo las mexicanas!
Mueven la cintura y los hombros,
igualito que las cubanas.
Mueven la cintura y los hombros,
igualito que las cubanas.
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En noviembre de 1953, Beny Moré funda y debuta en la dirección de su orquesta La Banda Gigante. Fueron sus fundadores los músicos: Eduardo Cabrera “Cabrerita”, en el piano; Alfredo “Chocolate” Armenteros, “Rabanito” y Corbacho, en las trompetas; Miguel Franca, Santiaguito Peñalver, Roberto Barreto, Celso Gómez y Virgilio Bizama, en los saxofones; José Miguel, en el trombón, Alberto Limonta, en el contrabajo; Rolando Laserie, en la batería; Clemente “Chicho” Piquero, en el bongó; “Tabaquito”, en la tumbadora; y en los coros Fernando Álvarez y Enrique Benítez.
La trayectoria artística de Beny es paralela a la evolución del son a través de todos los formatos instrumentales que en diferentes épocas acogieron el género: dúos, tríos (el Trío Matamoros es considerado la síntesis del son), septetos, conjuntos (con el de Matamoros inició grabaciones), y, por último en México se integra a diversas big band, recordemos que allí, trabaja al lado del gran arreglista y pianista Pérez Prado, con quien descubre un universo musical más amplio y rico en comparación con las limitaciones propias de los formatos pequeños y es entonces que cuando decide formar su propia agrupación mantiene la sonoridad y posibilidades que le brinda una big band.
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Surprising FACTS of London Tower | England’s most famous icon || Documentary english subtitles

Surprising FACTS of London Tower | England’s most famous icon || Documentary english subtitles


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Surprising FACTS of London Tower | England’s most famous icon || Documentary english subtitles

Unlock doors to secret rooms and learn surprising facts about the famous Tower of London. Standing guard over the city of London for nearly 1,000 years, the formidable Tower has been a royal castle, a prison, a place of execution and torture, an armory and the Royal Mint. This program unlocks the doors to secret rooms, talks to the people who do the jobs no one sees and reveals some surprising facts about one of England’s most famous icons.

The Tower of London is England’s most formidable royal fortress, standing guard on the banks of the great River Thames. It is home to a thousand years of bloody history and is one of Britain’s most iconic landmarks. At almost every chapter in London’s history, the Tower has had a starring role. Built by William the Conquer as part of the Norman Conquest of England in the 11th century, it was designed to dominate London’s skyline. The ancient fortifications are set in grounds the same size as those of the White House, but this is far more than just a castle, protecting London from her enemies.

The Tower is a truly multipurpose site and has fulfilled many different functions over the centuries of its existence. It’s been the nations store house for wild and exotic animals, a repository for weapons and armor and a secure strong-room for the monarchs’ most precious possessions: the Crown Jewels of England. It’s also been the private palace home of Kings and Queens.

It has served as a near-inescapable prison, incarcerating all who angered the sovereign ruler of the day and a fearful place of execution, infamous for its bloody beheadings — the most infamous of all being that of Henry VIII’s second wife Anne Boleyn. She played a role in one of the most turbulent times in British history. King Henry had defied the Pope to marry her, declaring himself supreme head of a new Church of England. Just three years after her glorious coronation, she was to return to the tower. Henry had conspired with his chief minister to have her accused of adultery with five men, one of them her brother. Four of them went to the block protesting her innocence and their own.

Locked within its 15-foot thick, solid stone walls are vestiges of its past, often hidden from public view. Medieval murals, evidence of wild and exotic creatures, skeletal remains locked in secret chambers, secret messages left by prisoners, and an exhibit which has been running for the last five hundred years – which now has the status of the longest running exhibition in the world.

The Tower is a huge tourist destination, with two millions visitors flooding through the gates every year. And the Beefeaters who once led the condemned to execution now give guided tours and entertain visitors with stories of yesteryear.

Today the only “prisoners” are those black birds of doom, otherwise known as Ravens, still today confined to those ancient walls. Legend has it that if the birds depart the tower the kingdom will fall. So the wings have been clipped to keep them lifelong inmates of the Tower of London.

And behind the gates remains a living institution with a rich ceremonial life and where historic ceremonies are performed away from the public gaze. With unique access to the life of this impressive castle we go behind the scenes to uncover the secrets of the Tower of London.