Bull Ant fighting a cricket and close up footage

I took some close-up images recently of bull ants that I found while bushwalking here you can see its mouth region underneath, what is called a labium and maxilla directly underneath its head where its mouth is; it’s used for taste and helps them determine if the food or the prey is edible or not. […]

The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Animated Film

The Very Hungry Caterpillar In the light of the moon a little egg lay on a leaf One Sunday morning the warm sun came up and… Pop! Out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar. He started to look for some food. On Monday he ate through one apple. But he was […]

Football War – MiniWars #2

Quick, you have two seconds to name these two countries You’re wrong! Unless you got it right Then good job! They are of course Honduras and El Salvador One thing these two countries have in common is being fanatic about Football Or if you’re a freedom-loving patriot , Soccer But do they love it so […]

How to Play Badminton

How to Play Badminton. For anyone who’s ever wondered why people are swatting an odd-looking object back and forth across a net, here’s the lowdown. You will need Two or four players A badminton court A net A shuttlecock and badminton rackets. Step 1. Set up a court by establishing boundaries of 44 feet long […]

MPS Sports Talk: Red Mountain Girls Volleyball 2013

We are dedicated. We’re working hard to be the best. Watch varsity competitors hone their skills. See how practice pays off. Hear from coaches and coaches and student-athletes. Welcome to have MPS Sports Talk. I play volleyball because I love the game. I love the suspense. And I love playing with the team. We want […]

How to Play Pinochle

How to Play Pinochle. Pinochle is a card game with complex rules, strategies, and tactics. Here’s a game overview for new players. You will need Two 24-card pinochle decks Two players A score sheet A pen or pencil and three or four players or two two-player teams. Step 1. Deal 12 cards face down to […]

The History of Football (Soccer) in 90 Seconds | Greece to the World Cup | Laughing Historically

The History of Football in 90 seconds… that’s soccer for us Americans! The ancient greeks played a game called Episkyros, which the Romans would steal (much like they did everything) and call Harpustum. When they invade Britain, the Romans bring their game with them. In its Earliest form, football was mob-like and much more violent. […]

Top 10 Facts – Football

The earliest evidence for an activity recognized as a form of football is from 3rd century BC during the Han Dynasty in China. It was a simple ball game known as Cuju where the objective was to kick a leather ball through a small hole in a piece of cloth positioned a couple of meters […]

SPC Preview: Security

SPC Preview – SPC Security At St. Petersburg College we seek to provide a safe and secure environment for students, staff and visitors to our campuses. Hi I’m Dan Barto, Director of Collegewide Security Services We should be aware that by using common sense and following some basic rules of security, we will lessen the […]

How to Drive a Stick Shift

How to Drive a Stick Shift. More power and better gas mileage are just two of the reasons you might want to learn how to drive a stick shift. You will need A car with a manual transmission Patience and practice. Step 1. With the car off, locate the clutch, which is on the floor […]