10 Incredible Archaeological Discoveries Hidden Under The Sahara

27-Sen, 2020
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While the Sahara may seem like a vast wasteland there is more than what meets the eye! From an enormous swimming dinosaur to a lost civilization that fought the Romans, here are 10 things found hidden under the sahara.
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10. First Swimming Dinosaur
At up to 50 feet (15.24 meters) long and weighing as much as seven tons (6.34 metric tons), Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, dwarfed the Tyrannosaurus rex. Known as one of the strangest dinosaurs ever discovered, it lived between 95 and 100 million years ago, during the Cretaceous Period, and possessed an extremely long tail resembling a paddle.
9. Ancient Cemetery
While hunting for dinosaur remains at a site called Gobero in Niger in 2000, a group of scientists led by University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno stumbled upon a large human graveyard possibly dating as far back as 10,000 years. It turned out to be the largest known Saharan cemetery, containing the remains of fish, crocodiles, and other creatures in addition to around 200 humans.
8. The Tamanrasset River
The Sahara desert is the largest hot desert in the world where only the toughest wildlife can survive! But it wasn’t always that way. Before the Sahara Desert was covered in nearly 3,630,000 square miles (9,400,000 km2) of sand, it was a humid, tropical region filled with lush vegetation and freshwater sources.
7. Libyan Desert Glass
For over 3000 years, fragments of canary yellow glass, known as Libyan Desert Glass, have been found between shifting sand dunes over a vast area of the Sahara Desert in western Egypt, near the Libyan border. The mysterious material was even incorporated into King Tut’s gilded and jewel-covered breastplate in the form of a scarab beetle that serves as a centerpiece.
6. Monster Croc
Dinosaurs weren’t the only animals that favored the marine habitats once offered by the Sahara. In 2016, scientists discovered evidence of the largest-ever sea-dwelling crocodile in modern-day Tunisia. Their findings, which appeared in 120-million-year-old rock, were published in the journal Cretaceous Research. Does anyone read this? Let me know in the comments below!
5. Nabta Stones
A series of stones known as the Nabta Playa Stone Circle, located in modern-day southern Egypt, marks an area that flooded seasonally thousands of years ago, forming a lake and attracting Neolithic nomadic tribes, who set up camp at the site.
4. Lake Mega Chad
A freshwater body called Lake Mega Chad once occupied a roughly 139,000 square mile (360,000 km2) area of the Sahara Desert in Central Africa, making it the largest freshwater lake on Earth at the time.
3. Lost Libyan Civilization
There’s more to the Sahara Desert’s hidden secrets than ancient bodies of water. Satellite photographs released in 2011 show over 100 fortresses or castles belonging to a so-called “lost” civilization that once inhabited southwestern Libya.
2. Valley Of The Whales
As you now know, the Sahara Desert contained vast bodies of water on-and-off throughout history. Included among these was the Tethys Ocean, which existed tens of millions of years ago. Then the ocean dried up and became the desert.
1. Prehistoric Megalake
In 2010, scientists discovered evidence of a prehistoric megalake that formed around 250,000 years ago and spanned a more-than 42,000 square mile (108,800 km2) area of the eastern Sahara Desert at its peak. Researchers made the find by analyzing radar data of Egypt and creating a profile of the ancient megalake using images of wind-blown sediments, sediments produced by running water, and bedrock beneath the sand.

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  • great start 1st discovery you are talking about have been found in the mountains of morocco not under the sahara desert

    Deguilhem ThibaultDeguilhem Thibault7 kun oldin
  • They featured that or at least its land based variety to that dino in jurassic park. They did show it able to swim. Also seen a water dino with a giant fin in my books growing up

    Lex SproutLex Sprout8 kun oldin
  • I have heard of the spinasaur from books and Jurassic park

    Stephen CurtisStephen Curtis9 kun oldin
  • @1:45 - yes.. everyone who have watched Jurassic Park 3 have heard about that dinosaur before... Want to know something that is REALLY hidden beneath the Sahara? A giant blob of magma called a LLVP, which also seems to be topping off right below the Eye of the Sahara..

    whogoestherewhogoesthere9 kun oldin
  • Just everyone who saw Jurassic Park 3.

    Unforgotten LiveUnforgotten Live10 kun oldin
  • LAKE MEGA CHAD.....nearly choked on My pipe.....

    Underground Music UKUnderground Music UK12 kun oldin
  • the younger dryas may have caused the glass to form more recently, 11500 years ago

    Aaron CoxAaron Cox12 kun oldin
  • egyptians drained lakes and drivers

    jouni kjouni k13 kun oldin
  • Actually a miles long skeleton of a dragon/dinosaur pattern is seen from satellite images in the region of your dinosaur comment. Roger Spurr, Mudfossil University made several YT videos. A giant skeleton of a fish was discovered beneath the dragon remains.

    Charleen HuvalCharleen Huval13 kun oldin
  • certainly found advertisements... every 90 seconds is crazy .. -1

    Matt OMatt O14 kun oldin
  • I’m surprise you didn’t mention the discovery of Atlantis in the Morocco

    Wade RattrayWade Rattray14 kun oldin
  • Glass can also be formed with lightening under the right condition

    Short FuseShort Fuse14 kun oldin
  • As usual, I learn so much from this channel. Simply love it. Thanks

    Cynthia MouliertCynthia Mouliert14 kun oldin
  • Sounds like somebody reading a news story to their children

    Eric GentzkeEric Gentzke15 kun oldin
  • So if the Sahara was green once.. where did all the sand come from to cover it? Great vid

    CeNedra Lea HeldraCeNedra Lea Heldra15 kun oldin
  • They also have the largest GREEN GLASS deposits.

    ray29ishray29ish16 kun oldin
  • Thumbnail looks like it's backwards, and natural phenomenon are not 'archeological'. Sloppy work.

    jim bowlingjim bowling17 kun oldin
  • How are the nabta playa stones the "oldest astrologically aligned construction" when Gobekli Tepe has it beat by thousands of years? Lol

    Cody PickellCody Pickell17 kun oldin
  • 1 is a NO for me the feet or paws are not webbed and it would have no way to hunt or eat underwater I believe it spent time in the water but not a large portion most mammals who spend large amounts of time underwater have webbed feet and paws !!

    Annastasia’s World of FunAnnastasia’s World of Fun17 kun oldin
  • I just resubbed. Your graphics now fit what your are talking about in the video and the information is correct. Thank you for continuing to improve your channel. The effort and quality brought me back.

    Mike NunyabiznessMike Nunyabizness17 kun oldin
  • About every 24 thousand years it turns green.

    Mike NunyabiznessMike Nunyabizness17 kun oldin
  • just the fact that the sahara was lush and green 10,000 years ago means that there could be a lost civilization size of united states without our knowledge.

    ghoulunathicsghoulunathics17 kun oldin
  • No of course we haven’t heard of this dinosaur. Didn’t you know that no one on earth watched Jurassic Park 3?

    Devin MounceDevin Mounce18 kun oldin
    • I was gonna say xD

      Leah BouleyLeah Bouley16 kun oldin
  • Ambulocetus or a close by relative of this dinosaur mammal-I’m pretty certain

    leslie mcdougallleslie mcdougall18 kun oldin
    • The first one

      leslie mcdougallleslie mcdougall18 kun oldin
  • Disliked bc all I got was black screen

    Michele DonahueMichele Donahue18 kun oldin
  • Whales with legs... I'd say put them on a diet and a treadmill😆😅🤣😂

    Steven ChurchSteven Church18 kun oldin
  • 👍.

    TWayneD1020TWayneD102018 kun oldin
  • Map of Africa is reversed half the time guys. You can't just put an incorrect image of Africa and try to educate people about a great topic.

    Abdul AboushadiAbdul Aboushadi18 kun oldin
    • noticed that also

      Stephen GileStephen Gile16 kun oldin
  • That map @9:02 😂😂😂 wtf

    The CheatingFoodieThe CheatingFoodie18 kun oldin
  • So when the ice caps finally melt i guess the deserts will be full of water again or what?

    darren roedarren roe18 kun oldin
  • Do the research starting when they began creating dinosaurs for Museum's. Back then museums were a hundred times more boring than they are today! More so now that ive learned most of our history is all lies. (I could be mistaken but the monster idea started with someone in the Tavistock group.) Then after they found the fake dino's were a success they have been creating them ever since. Thats why all dino bones in museums are fake and you can ask any curator if the dinosaur bones are real or fake. He will tell you they're fake but only because of the radiation on the bones which is a lie. Best source for this info is an older episode of crow777 radio. They do the leg work. What we did hav in general were sabertooth cats, mammoths ect.. The best news though, there is proof of even bigger aquatic serpents and fish bigger than any dino! Humanoids as well n more. Example, go to mud fossil university channel on youtube. Look for dragon and fish. The serpent alone, stretches across almost the entire north continent of Africa and right under his mouth is a giant fish. Both bigger than any dino you can imagine but the big difference is the serpent n fish were very real, still are. Facts are hard to come by, and take alot of research. I hope this channel will do a video on these 2 mudfossils! Cheers

    Willy PoundertooshWilly Poundertoosh18 kun oldin
  • Really vague Information underlined with unrelated pictures

    Deutschrap Vermarktungs GmbHDeutschrap Vermarktungs GmbH19 kun oldin
  • Monki!!!!!!! God is God, and Hrist!!!!!

    Vojkan PerovićVojkan Perović19 kun oldin
  • Experts have "deduced," NOT deducted.

    Jude LewisJude Lewis19 kun oldin
  • Interesting break from today’s nasty news

    warren coxwarren cox19 kun oldin
  • The spinosaurus was in Jurassic Park 3

    Idris AliIdris Ali19 kun oldin
  • I was expecting Jimmy Hoffa

    Peter LorimerPeter Lorimer19 kun oldin
    • 🤣😅😆

      JudilandJudiland18 kun oldin
  • Lake Chad had anything to do with the Amazon rain forest? Nope

    Troy WigglesworthTroy Wigglesworth19 kun oldin
  • Thank you for this video! More evidence of Noah's flood and not millions of years.

    Bill BurkhalterBill Burkhalter20 kun oldin
  • That is soooo miss information about how the desert glass was formed. It isn't a mystery because it has literally been hidden from us. First off we are finding physical evidence of human species that are older than told in history books, and I think soon enough those that have been hiding the information from us will start revealing that we are a much older species with a pretty muddled past. Let's just say that we find out that the pyramids are much older than we originally thought. That means humanity has been around much longer than we have been led to believe. Let's also say that these past civilizations had access to higher technology than we even have today. We have plenty of ancient texts from sumerian tablets to the vada that clearly depict past nuclear wars breaking out. I know today modern historians and archeologists would have us believe that those are all fairy tales told through symbolism. I challenge that there is more truth and reality in those texts than what they teach in our hollow schools now days. So with that there are sites that have been known to have unusually high amounts of radiation in that area and the same desert glass can be found in those areas. I think that past scientists have even studied the glass and found it to have radioactive properties. that last part might just be conjecture. Alas don't believe everything from the archeological realm. They only let us know what they want us to know. Do some real research and find out all the facts peeps.

    RazorF157RazorF15720 kun oldin
    • P.S. The experts aren't still trying to figure out our history. They already know it. They're just trying to figure out how they can keep the lie going so we're stuck in this Darwin style system of evolution, which btw has actually been proven wrong, because what Darwin was observing was adaptation, not evolution. So how long are we going to keep perpetuating this myth based off hypothesis and start looking at the real evidence? It's only by those who have not bought into the current paradigm and are looking at the actual evidence from the outside that we even get close to the actual truth. Like I said, do your own research and find out for yourself if things are being hidden or misrepresented to keep us confused.

      RazorF157RazorF15720 kun oldin
  • If the world was millions of years old, the fossils would be miles thick to support this theory. It's just not there.🤔

    Inspiring Scripture Art W-KarenInspiring Scripture Art W-Karen20 kun oldin
    • A simple yes or no would have sufficed

      Selena EverhartSelena Everhart16 kun oldin
    • Quote: Associate Professor, Anthropology, UCLA "What is wrong with those who are unable to see evolution, I think, is they don't have imaginations."

      Inspiring Scripture Art W-KarenInspiring Scripture Art W-Karen16 kun oldin
    • @Selena Everhart God's Word is always under attack, even from thoughs who have never read it. God warns in Revelation 22:18-19 not to add to or take away from this book, as they are doing today and one way is to water it down with these so called versions. Most honored translation,KJV, used for over 400 years, every translation since then does not carry the same prominence. Psalm 119:89 Forever, O Lord, your word is settled in heaven. It is paradoxical that people today presume to become critics of the Bible when it should be the other way around. There are "textual critics", "higher critics" who critique vocabularies; and then there are many other purely distructive critics who criticize the Bible's miracles, morals, and everything else, hoping thereby to justify their rebellion against the Word. But the Bible still stands! It stands in judgement of our lives and our subconscious motives. It will have the final word when "the books (are) opened...and the dead (are) judged out of those things which were written in the books" (Rev.20:12) We live for about 100 years and brag as though we live forever. It is far better to heed the Word now than to hear it's condemnation later. John 3:16

      Inspiring Scripture Art W-KarenInspiring Scripture Art W-Karen16 kun oldin
    • @Inspiring Scripture Art W-Karen isn't the Bible a book? Has it not been revised and had screwed translations? 😐

      Selena EverhartSelena Everhart18 kun oldin
    • @Otto Vandevelde And what education do these teachers get, but from books that have to be systematically revised for there errors The only unchangeable, truth is the word of God.

      Inspiring Scripture Art W-KarenInspiring Scripture Art W-Karen19 kun oldin
  • Hidden below the sands of Coney Island...the remains of civility, ethics and the White Middle Class in New York City.....

    Cindy LawrenceCindy Lawrence20 kun oldin
  • 100% wrong about the Libyan Desert glass

    Tyree MilonTyree Milon20 kun oldin
  • When you look at our planet from space, the Sahara seems to be an enigma. Some say there was an ancient "unatural" cataclysm which caused it to look this way. Hence the silica glass formations. There's alot buried under those sands.

    TUFFYTUFFY20 kun oldin
  • hahaha at 12:10 a bird right in the centre tooka poo right in front of camera :D

    UberVassUberVass20 kun oldin
  • Your way of relating the facts involved in each point, is just flippant and not serious as the subject matter is. Learn to adjust your speech to the subject matter and you will do a more impressive job.

    Christopher C.Christopher C.20 kun oldin
  • 12:08 Did homie just go #1, or #2?😅

    Cirilo AnciraCirilo Ancira21 kun oldin
  • The dinosaur was trying to build... what? Evolution is so stupid.

    bitsaurus 2017bitsaurus 201721 kun oldin
    • Right, dinos and humans found dead, gee i wounder what happend. Maybe a flood.?

      Anomilumi ImulimonaAnomilumi Imulimona19 kun oldin
  • Imagine walking whales

    adam jacobsonadam jacobson21 kun oldin
  • 3.14M subscribers.. just sayin

    Forsman87Forsman8721 kun oldin
  • Deduced, not Deducted.

    Shirley MunroShirley Munro21 kun oldin
    • Thank you! I could not believe that mistake.

      Walt NelsonWalt Nelson20 kun oldin
  • Ummm the idiotic animated scientist isn't necessary..

    Jorn NavarreJorn Navarre21 kun oldin
  • With another rock or crystal it could become a READ LIGHT.

    Keith MalloryKeith Mallory21 kun oldin
  • Great video! Love the channel ✌️💙

    Bobby’s Place of Peace and LoveBobby’s Place of Peace and Love21 kun oldin
  • A whale with legs? You must have met my mother-in-law.

    L.C. CooperL.C. Cooper21 kun oldin
    • hahaha you've just made my night with this x'D

      Kimberly De La RosaKimberly De La Rosa15 kun oldin
    • Lol

      blackplaydoh 1456blackplaydoh 145617 kun oldin
    • hehe good one sir!

      Staggered PotatoStaggered Potato19 kun oldin
  • Wrong, the oldest known structure with astronomical alignment is Gobekli Tepe. And please, start to use BCE and CE instead of BC and AD

    Rafael LagarinhosRafael Lagarinhos21 kun oldin
  • Your pronunciation of Niger is only correct if you are referring to the West African river, the delta it drains to or the state it's located in Nigeria (another different country altogether). The country you refer to however is pronounced "knee-zher" with an emphasis on the latter syllable making it sound a bit like "pierre" (it's official language is French).

    BlackDahliaBlackDahlia21 kun oldin
  • Of course everybody knows the spinosaurus.

    KidPlays. jpegKidPlays. jpeg21 kun oldin
  • How can anyone say that the Nabta Circle is "celestially aligned" if no-one is able to tell what stars it might have been aligned _with_ ? Couldn't it simply be a 'stone circle' for, like, outdoor barbeques?

    Walrus BellhopWalrus Bellhop21 kun oldin
    • star alignments shift over time so depending on when it was made might determine what star system it was aligned to

      Sudeep RauserSudeep Rauser9 kun oldin
    • Well that's is what it sounded bbq is a good theory.

      Wickedmonk3yzWickedmonk3yz19 kun oldin
  • There are so many incorrect facts here!

    Skull Island SilverSkull Island Silver21 kun oldin
  • One of my favorite things to do is bingewatch Origins Explained! Thank you, Katrina!!!

    Carol Jo MartinCarol Jo Martin21 kun oldin
  • Don't see the Eye of Africa

    SULLIEDASP4575SULLIEDASP457522 kun oldin
  • how many got a huge urge to stop watching and turn on jurassic park 3?

    Azra SashimaAzra Sashima22 kun oldin
  • kirby's paint and tile, at westgate.

    Azra SashimaAzra Sashima22 kun oldin
  • Problay the best channel on UZworld! Thanks for teaching me something new every time!

    Tobin WarnerTobin Warner22 kun oldin
  • As far as the Sahara goes, sand comes from sea shells so how did it get there, it would have had to come from some kind of flood.

    james bennettjames bennett22 kun oldin
    • Sand is formed from many different types of rocks. It's formed the way sand is formed over the rest of the world. It doesn't require water or floods to form.

      Vet On The VergeVet On The Verge20 kun oldin
    • @Carol Jo Martin True but in this case they are saying it was a jungle that is now covered in sand.

      james bennettjames bennett21 kun oldin
    • Not necessarily. There are places that were ocean floors where the land was pushed up over hundreds of millenia. A good example is on Mt. Everest, where it's easy to find fossilized seashells.

      Carol Jo MartinCarol Jo Martin21 kun oldin
  • Do you know how old Jurassic Park 3 is ?

    Stone MonkStone Monk22 kun oldin
    • Roughly between 65 and 85 million years

      Martijn SpruitMartijn Spruit17 kun oldin
  • What else can u teach us about 🤔

    Drako ImpalerDrako Impaler23 kun oldin
  • Would love to visit the Sahara

    John CombsJohn Combs23 kun oldin
  • Thank you Katrina. I would like to remains of the Garamantis in Libya.

    James ThomsonJames Thomson23 kun oldin
  • Christina is one of the very few narrators who pronounce names of places people animals flora & fauna CORRECTLY. She obviously does her homework & takes the time to find out how things are pronounced before she tackles her subjects Well Done Christina!

    itallia666itallia66623 kun oldin
    • @Carol Jo Martin oh goodness me how did I make a mistake like that? Of course shes Katrina! I listen to her channel often enough. I'm putting it down to senility its my excuse & I'm sticking to it! Lol thanks for yr reply, agreement, & Katrina 🌟

      itallia666itallia66621 kun oldin
    • That's one of my favorite things about her!!! I get SO annoyed at people who mispronounce words.... But her name is Katrina....

      Carol Jo MartinCarol Jo Martin21 kun oldin
  • small remark, at 9 minute into the clip you have the earth flipped horizontally! Oops..

    EesgerEesger23 kun oldin
  • Spinosaurus was in Jurassic Park III 🦖👍

    Kym RKym R23 kun oldin
  • You know more about Africa more than Africans. I'm including myself in that matter.

    sillah thandisillah thandi23 kun oldin
  • I have heard of the spineosorus though I am not entirely sure how to spell it. I heard that the original bones proving its existence were destroyed in world war 2.

    Andrew ChapmanAndrew Chapman23 kun oldin
  • You have to be really uncultured if you never heard about the Spinosauros lol

    cactus jackcactus jack23 kun oldin
  • Why in the hell is the Earth inverted in the thumbnail?

    Zer0 DeathsZer0 Deaths23 kun oldin
    • Zer0 Deaths Perhaps it took a selfie. We know that selfie images are often reversed

      SusanSusan20 kun oldin
  • The Libyan Desert was not to be explored by democratic decision of the Bedou Tibes of Libya.... Not the rather stupid statement on resources. This is low level dross, with poor research and generally factually incorrect...

    Arts ArtisArts Artis23 kun oldin
    • Thought so. Ghadaffi was killed in October of 2011. Katrina says the archeologists explored the area in 2011 post-Ghadaffi. Expeditions take time and money to put together. It seems unlikely such could be assembled within 30 days or so of Ghadaffi's death.

      Walt NelsonWalt Nelson20 kun oldin
  • 8:50 why is the Earth reversed? Not saying it was Aliens... But... Aliens

    Sergeant PeppersSergeant Peppers23 kun oldin
    • Click bait! So that people will comment on why the Earth is reversed. About 30 years ago I used to work in a shop where the boss would stick promotional posters in the window upside-down just so that people would come into the store to point it out LOL

      AiferappleAiferapple10 kun oldin
    • Swamp gas.

      Jammie!Jammie!23 kun oldin
  • all these different structures all over the world all point to orions belt. there has to be a reason

    ThroughMyEyesThroughMyEyes23 kun oldin
    • Does there? Really? My house lines up with the Southern Cross. The garage, remarkably, aligns with Venus several times a year. And I don’t have to tell you about the garden pond and it’s eerie orientation to Mars. Boogly, boogly!

      LairdDougalLairdDougal20 kun oldin
  • Atlantis is under the Sahara

    kaybrerakaybrera23 kun oldin
  • No, I dont think many people knew about the Spinosaurus. What was the dinosaurs the broke the T.Rex neck in Jurassic Park 3?

    Lord StigLord Stig23 kun oldin
    • That’s what I figured it was

      daniel johnstondaniel johnston20 kun oldin
    • oooo i know it was a compy

      Azra SashimaAzra Sashima22 kun oldin
  • I have been subscribed to your channel for a loooong time! And love every vid! You are the best katrina ⚘⚘

    twan onstenktwan onstenk23 kun oldin
  • Katrina, what's up with flip-flopping the MAP of Africa?

    Roger BussRoger Buss23 kun oldin
    • It freaked me out as well...

      Colored BrownColored Brown13 kun oldin
  • Really how stupid God made them the way you see them. Nothing came from water to live on land or from land to live in water

    Jerry HawkJerry Hawk23 kun oldin
    • Jerry Hawk I agree, god is stupid

      SusanSusan20 kun oldin
    • So he made humans deliberately vulnerable to cancer. That's nice.

      Jammie!Jammie!23 kun oldin
  • Man I love the Spinosaurus 😍

    Fabian BulkinFabian Bulkin23 kun oldin
  • I like the content of this channel....but...please get rid of the narrator...sounds like the cheerleader from hell

    claudia petersonclaudia peterson23 kun oldin
  • "Spinasuarus" was featured in "The Lost World: Jurassic Park II," as the primary "villain" dinosaur.

    Sky DenSky Den23 kun oldin
    • @Azra Sashima You are correct, thanks for the error check.

      Jammie!Jammie!22 kun oldin
    • @Jammie! juvenile T-rex not a raptor, thats WHY they attack the vehicle, da hoomuns took dere baaaaaby!!!!

      Azra SashimaAzra Sashima22 kun oldin
    • @Jammie! Thanks very much for the info.

      Sky DenSky Den22 kun oldin
    • @Sky Den Part II is the one with the private militia stealing dinosaurs from the island and transporting them to America. Has Jeff Goldblum trying to heal a juvenile raptors injured leg and 2 T-rex attack the vehicle they are in and push it off a cliff. Ends with a T-rex raging through a city destroying cars and stuff. The third one is with the main guy from the first film being flown to isla nublar? to look for their son. Raptor eggs get stolen and they get chased by raptors and a spinosaurus.

      Jammie!Jammie!23 kun oldin
    • @Jammie! was it? It's been so long since I've seen the second or third, I'm sure I get the detail mixed up. Which one was the one where the people steal a raptor egg or eggs and have to give back? Also, then, which dinosaur was the main "villain" for part II? Sorry for all the questions, I suppose I could just look it up, but where's the fun and community with that? ;-)

      Sky DenSky Den23 kun oldin
  • Disliked because evolution (especially from ape to man or any other specie to a completely different specie) did not happen. Not only unscientific and illogical, certainly goes against the Bible which has been proven true.

    George RossGeorge Ross23 kun oldin
    • George Ross Man did evolve from apes, their paths diverged

      SusanSusan20 kun oldin
  • This is cool , i support this and i have a total of 14 friends and 9 of them reacted to this , i like this channel .

    Chris AChris A23 kun oldin
  • Spinosaurus is famous in our Spina family. LOL

    Fred SpinaFred Spina23 kun oldin
  • Thank you again for this video ❤️

    Suna GrimmelSuna Grimmel23 kun oldin
  • Great video as always. I really love your videos and your calming and nice voice. Watching this video I thought what the resent climate changes will do to those extreme places and how they'll change when the world reach too high average temperatures? I'm sure there will be frightening but very interesting changes on places like Sahara desert, the Arctic circle. Will there be another humid period for the deserts or may be some new inhabitants will show up in the north pole?

    Toni VelkovaToni Velkova23 kun oldin
  • I am the CREATORS 'healing' warrior. I came forwards with how GOLD and PLATINUM were created to 'prove' my brain injury is being restored with THC so earth can be restored by growing HEMP. How else could a 5.5 TBI patient do this ? ADVANCE HUMANITY Growing HEMP will restore the 'soil', will restore the 'atmosphere'. Will create BIO-DEGRADABLE plastics. RESTORE EARTH This is the only way I can get this message out; HEMP plastics is the future for earth. LET IT BE KNOWN; I wrecked my Harley not wearing my helmet that stopped my heart 3 times, put me into an 87 day coma waking with a 5.5 brain injury requiring relearning life. Once returning home I tried having my doctor do an MRI of my brain to compare to my wreck. He refused telling me that BIG PHARMA will financially destroy any doctor that proves THC restores brain injuries. This upset me so much that I taught myself MOLECULAR SCIENCE and went to the gold shop in KALISPELL MONTANA showing JB how copper transitioned into gold. This got me kicked out and he told 'city council' that I am making FOOLS GOLD from copper pass tests Boiling water proves that 'heat' excites MOLECULES allowing ATOMS to escape. This is how copper transitions into GOLD and nickel into PLATINUM. Earth must be restored by growing HEMP world wide. ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM

    Ed` BlandEd` Bland23 kun oldin
    • Jammie!: Or perhaps someone just need to go to bed again? 😁

      O BeggotO Beggot21 kun oldin
    • Please provide evidence.

      Jammie!Jammie!23 kun oldin
  • 8.51 what vew is that?,,,,

    nicolas artheaunicolas artheau23 kun oldin
  • Why is globe backwards in the background?

    Sean DavidsonSean Davidson23 kun oldin
    • It's the smoke and mirrors. You caught them.

      James JaudonJames Jaudon18 kun oldin
  • That high pitch voice🙉

    Annemette LarsenAnnemette Larsen23 kun oldin
  • 💋

    Tanja K.Tanja K.24 kun oldin
  • Fabulous

    Jerri I GoldsteinJerri I Goldstein24 kun oldin
  • another successful learning lesson. thanks katrina.

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