Season one, which is available on the Animal Planet Go app, features predators that include polar bears and great white sharks. The network said that season two will expand to highlight more creatures.
I Was Prey also known as Human Prey is a 2009 single-season series that aired on Animal Planet. The series features episodes where human beings end up as easy prey for animals, carnivorous or herbivorous.
I WAS PREY recounts haunting, true stories of people who survived life or death situations after coming face to face with an animal with the potential to kill. Each individual story emphasizes how life can change in an instant, and the strength victims gain in these moments that change their lives forever. The all-new season premieres Wednesday, August 14th at 9 PM ET/PT.
Ripprowl a new-comer to the GOTHAM wiki has been reported\"starting Gotham season 6\", a fan project which will be worked onby; Ripprowl2009, Ripprowl2009 and most famously RIPprowl2009. Whatwill come of this fan-series you ask That's up to Ripprowl todecide. According to the reports he will be putting his heart intothis project and hopes you all check it out on his deviantartaccount: Ripprowl2009. - Generic writer/reporter.
When checking the villains section near the top of the site in\"Characters\", it's weird how Professor Pyg was added to it whileNyssa and Ivy were removed. It just doesn't make sense as to why adeceased villain that was only used for less than a season isrecognized as someone who would represent the general villains morethan someone like Ivy. Also, shouldn't Jeremiah Valeska be changedto \"Mr. J\" since he no longer goes by Jeremiah at all
So, Season 5 Episode 4 is one of the saddest episodes, butwhy Well, I have an answer. During this episode Barbara faces oneof the worst days of her life. This day brings her closer to JimGordon. What is the worst day of her life about Well, I can't say,but when you find out you will pour out tears just like I did. Shegets very depressed this season and goes down a very dark path. Jimnotices this destruction and forms an alliance. Honestly, fromthere it's hard to describe, but it is the saddest episode of theseason, even more so than Season 5 Episode 9. Tune inJanuary 3rd for answers. Have a wonderful day, Gothamites.
It would also be somewhat refreshing to see a single majorvillain (in this case, Harvey Dent) not to turn into theirsupervillain counterpart before Bruce Wayne is Batman. However,here is what they absolutely NEED to address in the finalseason:
Gotham so far has been the best show ever.There's not a thing that I would want to be changed. Season 5 isgoing to be the final season of the show, so I have some ideas forit and things that I would like to see.
The magnitude of the mean effect size reported here (d = -0.3, or a 16% drop in natural enemy abundance) is quite small. This may explain why previous studies arrived at mixed results. If some of this reduction is due to prey scarcity, then it might not be unreasonable to suggest that seed treatments are unlikely to seriously disrupt biological pest control. However, the authors do point out from their earlier work that, at least in one case, this effect on natural enemy suppression was sufficient to disrupt biocontrol and result in yield loss. It may be that early-season effects are important, even if they are diluted by analyzing season-long mean effects (as they do here). The authors might address, earlier in the paper, why they chose to address season-long average effects, when seed treatments are most likely to exert their effects early.
The objectives of my research were to: 1) identify seasonal and diel movement patterns of adult yellow perch in a complex lake basin in eastern South Dakota; 2) compare habitat use, distribution and movement rates among length groups, diel periods, and seasons; 3) develop a model predicting the summer distribution of adult yellow perch in a complex lake basin; 4) test this model in the field; and 5) identify any predator-prey relationships that may influence yellow perch distribution. Ultrasonic telemetry was used to determine seasonal and diel movement patterns of adult yellow perch. Transmitters were externally attached to yellow perch in two size groups. Tracking took place in all open-water seasons, ending with ice cover and beginning at ice out. Fall tracking included October, November, and December 2004; spring included April, May, and June 2005; and summer included July, August, and September 2005. To determine diel movements, a randomly selected subsample of approximately five fish from both length groups were located every one to two hours during a 24-h time period each month. Twenty-eight large (mean total length=268.3 mm, SE=4.0; mean weight=280.6 g, SE=11.9) and 29 small (mean total length=230.1 mm, SE=2.2; mean weight=170.8 g, SE=2.2) adult yellow perch were released with transmitters between 22 September 2004 and 22 July 2005. Yellow perch were located from 5 October 2004 to 9 December 2004 and from 14 April 2005 to 20 September 2005. There appeared to be no significant seasonal or length-specific influences in the movement or distance to shore of yellow perch in Lake Sinai. However, spatial segregation of size groups occurred in all seasons as small fish were located farther from shore and in deeper water (mean=297.7 m, SE=10.4; mean=6.4 m, SE=0.1, respectively) than the large fish (mean=213.2 m, SE=7.6; mean=4.7 m, SE=0.1, respectively). Highest movement rates were observed in the fall season (mean=48.8 m/h, SE=4.8). Mean rates in the fall dusk period were 52 m/h greater than the next highest season. Distance to shore (mean=270.7 m, SE=7.1) and water depth at location (mean=6.09 m, SE=0.1) did not appear to be related to diel period. In the fall, small yellow perch avoided muck substrate. In the summer, yellow perch of both sizes groups showed no substrate selection or avoidance. During the spring, small yellow perch selected for silt and avoided muck substrates. Throughout the three seasons of tracking no yellow perch were found within vegetated areas. July telemetry locations were the basis for predicting yellow perch distribution. The lake was sectioned into a grid of 200-m x 200-m cells using ArcMap and bottom slope, water depth, distance to shore, and presence or absence of a yellow perch location were identified for each cell. Cells with high and low probabilities of containing yellow perch were identified by constructing frequency histograms of the number of locations observed at specific slopes, water depths, and distances to shore. Fish, yellow perch diets, zooplankton, and benthic invertebrates were sampled in both high and low probability areas to identify any interactions between fish in probability areas and densities of the organisms sampled or in the diet. Spatial cells (200 m2) having a high probability of yellow perch occurrence were characterized by at least one of the following three parameters: water depths ranging from 2.5 to 6.5 m, bottom slopes from 2 to 3º, and distances to shore between 150 and 350 m. No difference was detected in yellow perch gill-net catch per unit effort between high or low probability areas. Therefore, I was unable to predict yellow perch distribution based on telemetry locations. I believe yellow perch may occupy predictable habitats during the summer months in a complex lake basin; however, due to the diversity of habitat in Lake Sinai, I was unable to detect this difference. There were no significant differences in densities of any benthic invertebrate taxa between high and low probability areas. Calanoid copepods were significantly more abundant in the high probability areas but were not an important prey item. The majority (high probability areas=98%, low probability areas=95%) of yellow perch had prey items in their stomach. Ninety and 87% of yellow perch in the high and low probability areas, respectively, consumed Daphnia spp. There appeared to be no relationship in diet and predator or prey abundance between the predicted high or low probability areas during summer sampling. Knowledge of yellow perch seasonal and diel distributions and movement patterns in Lake Sinai has several implications for fisheries managers. When attempting to characterize population structure, gill nets used for yellow perch should be set in a manner that would equally represent deep offshore habitats and shallower inshore habitats and encompass seasonal differences in spatial distribution to prevent biasing the sample toward larger or smaller individuals. Sampling effort could be concentrated during the fall as highest CPUE may occur, although sampling precision should be considered as well. Additionally, increased movement rates may be related to an increase in feeding activity, so catch rates and angler harvest may be high during the fall. It may be important to include fall creel surveys to obtain accurate estimates of annual angler exploitation.
In a season plenty rich in impressive statistical achievements, over the next three games the Lakers will put a particularly noteworthy streak on the line: 17 straight road wins over Western Conference opponents.
The aforementioned cushion in the Western Conference standings affords the Lakers some leeway, but at a point in the season where coaches want to raise the level of precision and start moving into dress rehearsals for the playoffs, the trick is balance.
When we last saw the Girls girls, the quartet was in an arguably happier place than they had been all season (though it took bloodied q-tips, romantically kicking down doors and confessions to get there). There's a moment in the Season 2 finale when Hannah is talking to her downstairs ex-junkie neighbor Laird and says:
Many critics took issue with last season's finale because it seemed like Hannah and Marnie's many problems and personal failures were solved as soon as the absent men in their lives made triumphant returns. Marnie's lack of financial stability and career were fixed when she and her ex-boyfriend Charlie decided to spend the rest of their lives with each other; Hannah's bumbling inability to function on her own was mended with the heroic re-entrance of Adam. This \"boys save the girls\" story that Adam and Charlie inspire unravels (a bit) in the Season 3 premiere and makes me wish last season had ended with Hannah and Marnie finding confidence rather than boyfriends. 59ce067264