This video says about itself:
Argentines Tango Against the Government
13 July 2016
This 2015 video says about itself:
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Choreographer Hans van Manen refuses Turkish award
The Dutch choreographer Hans van Manen refuses a honourary award from the Turkish state. Turkey wanted to honor him as “Choreographer of the Century”, but Van Manen does not accept the title.
To NPO Radio 1 Van Manen said he refuses the prize “for the simple reason that newspapers and journalists who are just doing their jobs are muzzled and end up in prison.” …
Hans van Manen (83) is one of the most prominent Dutch choreographers. Internationally he enjoys great fame. He worked for the past sixty years in the Dutch Dance Theatre and the National Ballet. …
Press freedom in Turkey has been under pressure for a long time. A month ago Can Dündar, editor of the Turkish daily Cumhuriyet, was sentenced for disclosing state secrets … Dündar received a prison sentence of five years and ten months.
This video from Britain says about itself:
11 May 2016
Filmed on May 11th 2016
Video Produced by Paul Dinning – Wildlife in Cornwall
This video from Panama says about itself:
Morning Courtship Session, May 4, 2016
Learn more about manakins and watch live here.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA writes about this:
This year we’ve been working behind-the-scenes with collaborators from Florida State University to bring you a view of a phenomenon that can be difficult to see: the dance of the Lance-tailed Manakin. Dr. Emily DuVal and her group have been studying a population of manakins in Panama for many years, chipping away at the mysteries behind the interesting social structure of Lance-tailed Manakins.
Thanks to her hard work, we’ve been able to get a “beta” cam system up and running this year as a proof-of-concept that we hope to improve upon for next season. The cam shows a single display perch that is used by a pair of male manakins to court females. The dances themselves are a low-frequency event, with only a handful to a dozen happening within any given day; however, they are complex and beautiful, with the males vocalizing and dancing in a highly coordinated way. The background audio often contains howler monkeys, cicadas, and the vocalizations of other birds, and is a beautiful backdrop to any scene.
This video from the USA says about itself:
Entomology Students Do the Waggle Dance
17 October 2015
During the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, graduate student Sheena Sidhu asked other students to do the waggle dance, a series of movements done by honey bees to show other bees the location of a good food source.
All the foods we’d miss out on without bees.