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Over millions of years, our planet has changed a lot. Ice ages, shifting tectonic plates, global floods, meteorites. Whole species of animals have come and gone over millennia. At some point in all of this, we humans came along. Now imagine a place that was cut off from the rest of the world for 5.5 million years, possibly much more. A place that no human had ever set foot in before. In 1986, we finally found it, Movile cave. This cave contains 48 species, 33 of which are completely new to us. Strange white snails crawl along the walls and transparent shrimps, even small leeches, swim in the water. White centipedes with huge whiskers and transparent spiders shuffle around. There are even 2 species of scorpion. Water scorpions and another kind, as yet unidentified. It’s not exactly your typical desert scorpion. Actually, nothing around here looks…normal. These are probably the weirdest creatures in the whole world. #brightside Preview photo credit: Cave woodlouse. Close-up of an Armadillidium sp. woodlouse found only in the Movile Cave, Romania: By PATRICK LANDMANN/Science Photo Library/East News, 🤍 Animation is created by Bright Side. Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 Stock materials (photos, footages and other): 🤍 🤍 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍
Movile Cave | The Only Place On Earth Like Mars Habitat Visit Us: 🤍 Movile cave was discovered in 1986 and is one of the most important caves in Romania. The cave was noted for the unique ecosystem in the world that has been discovered here, drawing attention to and among NASA researchers (comparing the 1990s underground in Movile with the Martian one in the 1990s). Until 1990, when exploring the cave, the 12,000 square meters were completely isolated from changes in the outside environment. The ecosystem is supposed to have been separated from the outside environment for approximately 5.5 million years, chemosynthesis is the process underlying the system's operation. The research (biospeological, geological and exploratory) was led by Cristian Lascu, Stefan Sarbu and Radu Popa (GESS members). In the early 1990s, 35 completely new biospeology species were discovered. On the surface of the sulphurous water in the cave, the presence of a layer of a few millimeters thick of white, creamy substance was observed. It was found to be a nutritional organic substance, in which there were many organisms, especially small snails and worms. The species found in this cave are most of the arthropods belonging to the Arachnida, Crustacea, Myriapoda and Insecta classes. Among the aquatic species, the specimens belong to Phyla Plathelmintes (worms), Nematoda (worms), Rotifera, Annelida (segmented worms). This cave is populated by raptors who take their nutrients from the few Nematoda species (worms) and Annelida (segmented worms), which, in turn, depend on chemically synthesizing organisms. New predator species such as two pseudoscorpions, one miriapod, four spiders, and a scorpion of water, the lizard living on the worms and a centipede about five centimeters long, have been discovered. (A spider whose only nearby relative is found in the Canary Islands) From a geological point of view, the cave is located in the Moesica platform and dates back to the Quaternary. Having a total length of 300 meters is considered relatively small, with narrow passages that make up a labyrinth of low, 1-2 meter galleries with a rounded profile, dug in oolytic limestone and Sarmatian limestone. The underground environment is very rich in hydrogen sulphide (8-12 mg / l), the oxygen level is quite low (max 10%), the carbon dioxide level is high (2-3.5%) while the methane level is enough (1-2%). The water in the cave has a different chemical composition than the nearby fountains, and in the sediment of the cave there were no radioactive isotopes common in the soil of Romania after the 1986 Chernobyl accident. The entrance to the cave is made by an artificial dredge followed by about 200m of labyrinthic dry galleries with a rounded profile (1-2m in height) and flooded (the siphons being represented by 3 relatively small air bells). The cave is closed with concrete, the access being possible only to the researchers. Music: Where Silence Is Nonexistent by A Himitsu 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍
Movile cave was discovered in 1986, workers in communist Romania were testing the ground to see if it was suitable for a power plant, when they stumbled across the Movile Cave near the Black Sea at Mangalia, the Movile Cave was to be considered one of the greatest discoveries of the century that revolutionized the theories of life on earth. Since then the cave has remained sealed by the Romanian authorities. Fewer than 100 people have been allowed inside Movile, a number comparable to those who have been to the Moon. The epochal discovery made by researcher Cristian Lascu, was certified ten years later by NASA researchers who brought to Mangalia, an ultra-sophisticated mobile laboratory and a team of scientists who launched a research project in collaboration with Romanian counterparts. From a geological point of view, the cave is situated in the Moesica platform and dates back to the Quaternary. With a total length of 300 meters, it is considered relatively small, with narrow passages that make up a labyrinth of low, 1-2 meter galleries with a rounded profile, dug in oolitic limestone and Sarmatian limestone. To explore the rest of the cave, you must dive into the lake and navigate narrow underwater passageways, squeezing through tiny gaps in the rock before emerging into airspaces called air bells. Doing this in complete darkness is the most dangerous part of exploring the cave. You are far from the surface, so getting stuck or losing your way in the maze of tunnels would be lethal. Despite the dark and the dangerous gases, Movile Cave is crawling with life. So far 48 species have been identified, including 33 found nowhere else in the world. In 1996, researchers categorised the animals in the cave. They included 3 species of spider, a centipede, 4 species of isopod (the group that includes woodlice), a leech never seen anywhere else in the world, and an unusual-looking insect called a waterscorpion. Strangely, one of the spiders was closely related to a spider found in the Canary Islands – which lie over 4000km to the west, off the north-west coast of Africa. The worse the air gets the more animals there are. It's not at all obvious why that should be, or how the animals survive at all. Without sunlight, the animals in Movile Cave seem to be without a source of food. In most caves, animals get their food from the water dripping down from the surface. This water can often be seen in the form of stalactites and stalagmites. When Lascu first visited, he could not find any stalactites or stalagmites, or any other sign of water coming from the surface. That means the water isn't coming from above, so it must be coming from below. It now seems that the water in Movile Cave comes from spongy sandstones where it has lain for 25,000 year. However, this still doesn't explain how the animals in the cave survive. Tests have shown that the water flowing in does not contain any food particles. Instead, the food comes from the strange frothy foam sitting on top of the water. This floating film, which looks like wet tissue paper and can even be torn like paper, contains millions upon millions of bacteria known as "autotrophs". "These bacteria get their carbon from carbon dioxide just like plants do," says Boden. "The carbon dioxide level in the cave is about 100 times higher than normal air. But unlike plants, they obviously can't use photosynthesis as there is no light." Rather than using light as an energy source, the Movile bacteria use a process known as chemosynthesis. "They get the energy needed… from chemical reactions: the key ones being the oxidation of sulphide and similar sulphur ions into sulphuric acid, or the oxidation of ammonium found in the groundwaters to nitrate," says Boden. These chemosynthetic bacteria help explain why the cave is so large and the air is so thick with carbon dioxide. Another major group of bacteria gets their energy and carbon from the methane gas that bubbles up through the waters of the cave. They are called methanotrophs. Video Resource Matrix Disclosure | 🤍 Movile Cave | The Only Place On Earth Like Mars Habitat Rich Boden Movile Cave - April 2011 - Complete Footage 🤍 Music Bensound | acoustic Breeze 🤍bensound.com Video is for educational purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational, or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. #MovileCave #Alienonearth #bizaarre
Scientists have so far identified 48 total species living inside of the prehistoric time capsule, including spiders, scorpions, centipedes, and many others. Incredibly, a whopping 33 of the creatures that were found are actually only found in this specific cave and nowhere else on earth. The mystery deepened when scientists analysed the water in the cave for radioactive caesium and strontium. The 1986 nuclear accident at Chernobyl had released lots of these metals, which had found their way into the soils and lakes surrounding Movile Cave. However, a 1996 study found no traces of them inside the cave Contact us on - funventurevk🤍gmail.com
June 3, 2016 - It's wet, muddy, slimy, and smells like rotten eggs: Sulfur Cave in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is full of gases so toxic that a person who enters would pass out after just a few breaths. But that didn't stop David Steinmann of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Donning a special respirator, he first explored the cave in 2007. In this extreme environment, devoid of sunlight, Steinmann found clumps of tiny blood-red worms, each one just an inch long and as thin as a pencil lead. Now genetic analysis has confirmed that the worms are a new species that may not be found anywhere else on Earth. These tiny worms could even offer clues to the kinds of life that might be found on other planets. Read more about the wormy wonders that live in Sulfur Cave on National Geographic's Phenomena. 🤍 ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Get More Nat Geo Live: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #BloodRedWorms #Caves About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 New Discovery: Blood-Red Worms That Thrive in a Toxic Cave (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO) | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
กว่าหลายล้านปีมานี้ ดาวของเราเปลี่ยนแปลงไปอย่างมาก. ยุคน้ำแข็ง การเคลื่อนที่ของแผ่นเปลือกโลก น้ำท่วมโลก ฝนดาวตก. สัตว์ทุกสายพันธุ์ต่างมาและจากไปในช่วงหลายล้านปีมานี้. และถึงจุดหนึ่งในระหว่างนี้ มนุษย์อย่างเราๆ ก็ปรากฏตัวขึ้น. ตอนนี้ลองนึกภาพสถานที่ที่ถูกตัดขาดจากส่วนอื่นของโลกมานานถึง 5.5 ล้านปี หรืออาจเป็นไปได้ว่านานกว่านั้นสิ. สถานที่ซึ่งไม่มีมนุษย์คนใดเคยย่างเท้าเข้าไปมาก่อน. ในปี 1986 ในที่สุดเราก็พบที่นั่น นั่นคือ ถ้ำโมวิลล์. ถ้ำนี้มีสายพันธุ์สัตว์ 48 สาย 33 สายในนี้เป็นสายพันธุ์ที่ใหม่สำหรับเราโดยสิ้นเชิง. หอยทากสีขาวแปลกประหลาดคลานไปตามข้างผนัง และกุ้งโปร่งแสง มีแม้แต่ทากตัวเล็กๆ ว่ายอยู่ในน้ำ. ตะขาบสีขาวที่มีหนวดขนาดใหญ่และแมงมุมโปร่งแสงไต่ยั้วเยี้ยอยู่ใต้เท้าคุณ. และที่นี่มีแมงป่องอยู่ 2 สายพันธุ์ด้วย. แมงป่องน้ำและแมงป่องอีกชนิดที่ตอนนี้คุณยังระบุไม่ได้ว่าเป็นแบบไหน. แต่ก็ไม่ใช่แมงป่องทะเลทรายเสียทีเดียว. ที่จริงแล้ว ที่นี่ไม่มีอะไรที่ดู...ปกติเลย. บางทีพวกมันอาจเป็นสิ่งมีชีวิตที่ประหลาดที่สุดในโลกก็ได้ #ชีวิตสดใส เครดิตภาพตัวอย่าง: Cave woodlouse. Close-up of an Armadillidium sp. woodlouse found only in the Movile Cave, Romania: By PATRICK LANDMANN/Science Photo Library/East News, 🤍 สร้างสรรค์ภาพเคลื่อนไหวโดย ชีวิตสดใส กดติดตามช่องชีวิตสดใส 🤍 เพลงของ Epidemic Sound 🤍 ของในสต๊อก (รูปภาพ, วิดีโอ และอื่นๆ): 🤍 🤍 🤍
*NEW* Complete footage video: 🤍 THERE ARE TWO MORE VIDEOS IN THIS SERIES - PARTS II AND III! Filmed from my helmet camera in April 2011 during my second expedition into Movile Cave, Romania. Movile Cave is the only known totally sealed environment on Earth that contains life. The ecosystem is supported (in the total absence of light) by vast floating "mats" of microorganisms that feed on methane and carbon dioxide from the geothermal waters that flow through the Cave, mostly at the expensive of inorganic sulfur compounds and metals present in the waters and the limestock rocks of the Cave. In this video, I descend the entrance shaft (about 30m) into the abyss where I join Dr Alex Hillebrand of the Emil Racoviță Institute of Speleology (Bucharest) and am then joined by Prof Colin Murrell (then - like myself - at the University of Warwick - though we have both moved on to other Universities). We are assisted by Mr Vlad Voiculescu of the Romanian Group for Underwater and Cave Exploration (GESS) who set the ropes and gave amazing technical and safety support. I was the first scientist from the UK to gain permission to access the Cave and was to my knowledge the 29th person in the world to have been in to this unique, beautiful, amazing and totally sealed environment - more people have been in space! Movile Cave is located near the city of Mangalia in Romania, close to the Bulgarian border and remains in the custody of GESS. It is a protected site through the actions of the Mangalia City Council and the Romanian Academy of Sciences.
Many caves are like islands , cut off from the outside World and other known civilization. This isolation has resulted in the evolution of various strange creatures - These species ranging from the Blind Salamander to the Belizean White Crab and are considered Cave Specialists and are better known as Troglobites. Taken From Planet Earth Subscribe to the BBC Earth YouTube channel: 🤍 Want to share your views with the team behind BBC Earth and win prizes? Join our fan panel here: 🤍 BBC Earth Facebook 🤍 BBC Earth Twitter 🤍 BBC Earth Instagram 🤍 Visit 🤍 for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos Subscribe: 🤍 WATCH MORE: New on Earth: 🤍 Oceanscapes: 🤍 Wild Thailand: 🤍 Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of astounding, entertaining, thought-provoking and educational natural history content. This is a commercial channel from BBC Studios. Service & Feedback 🤍
Check out the most mysterious lost worlds on earth! The unsolved mysteries from this top list of mystery places around the world from caves to deep sea ocean are amazing and unbelievable! Subscribe For New Videos! 🤍 Watch our "6 LOST Cities Around The World!" video here: 🤍 Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: 🤍 Watch our "Top AMAZING Facts About Planet Earth!" video here: 🤍 #10 Movile Cave In 1986, a cave was Discovered near Mangalia, Constanța County, Romania, just off the coast of the Black Sea. The oxygen levels are nearly negligent, but due to chemosynthesis, At least forty-eight species of wildlife has been stored away for possible millions of years. Many of these animals are unique to this specific cave. The cave is unsafe for humans and most animals. It is completely Void of light and contains toxic gasses that the specialized animals within the cave require to live. Less than 100 people have been allowed in the cave, and to get to the entrance you have to be Lowered 65ft into the ground through a narrow passage. Microbiologist, Rich Boden was one of the first to enter the cave and one of the few to see the lake below, “The pool of warm, sulphidic water stinks of rotting eggs or burnt rubber when you disturb it as hydrogen sulphide is given off.” The animals that live in Movile Cave are Generally born without eyes or skin pigment, due to the fact that they live in the darkness and don’t need sight or camouflage. As for humans, if you go in without a special mask it wouldn’t be long before the lack of oxygen and toxic gasses took their toll. It would Begin with labored breathing and a headache, followed by kidney damage…and the rest, well; no one has ever gotten that far. #9 Lake Vostok Out of over 400 lakes in Antarctica only one can be the largest, and the title goes to Lake Vostok. The lake is at the southern Pole of Cold, beneath Russia's Vostok Station. It resides Far beneath the surface of the central East Antarctic Ice Sheet, which is 11,000ft above sea level. This freshwater lake’s surface is about 13,000ft under the surface of the ice, meaning it would be less than 2000ft below sea level. The lake has Supposedly been untouched for at least 400,000 years, and it wasn’t until 2012 that scientists completed the longest ever ice core that reached 12,400ft and finally pierced through to the surface of the lake. However, as soon as this happened, Water from the lake gushed up the borehole used to extract the water, and mixed with Freon and kerosene that was used to keep the hole from freezing. In 2015, teams tried again and were successful in retrieving a pure sample. Still, Humans have only touched the surface of this lost world and it is believed that new, unseen creatures could dwell in Lake Vostok. The question is…will humans ever reach them? #8 Son Doong Cave Son Doong Cave, or known in Vietnam as Hang Sơn Đoòng is a Solutional cave in Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Vietnam. Son Doong Cave is often called the largest cave in the world. It was discovered by a local man named Hồ Khanh in 1991. People from the area knew about the cave, but the steep descent at the entrance as well as the loud sound of the wind and water rushing through the cave, prevented locals from entering. Of course, everyone thought it was spooky! It wasn’t until 2009 that the cave was shared with the world when British Cave Research Association conducted a survey nearby. Unfortunately, their progress was stopped when they ran into a 200 ft calcite wall known as the Great Wall of Vietnam. In 2013, Some of the largest cave pearls known to man were discovered, some reaching the size of a baseball! Later on, in 2013, the first tourist group explored the cave. The tickets to join this exploration cost a whopping $3,000. Permits are required to access the cave and are given out on a limited basis. Only about 800 are available in 2017 and only through August. During the Fall and Winter months, the water levels are so high that the cave is inaccessible. #7 Sima Humboldt & Sima Martel Cerro Sarisariñama is a Tepui or flattop mountain range in Jaua-Sarisariñama National Park. Located in Venezuela. The name of the mountain is derived from the tale of Ye'kuana Indians who live near the mountain. They tell a Tale about an evil spirit living in caves up in the mountain and devouring human flesh with a sound "Sari... sari...” (Some sort of windy sound effect?) On this mountain there are two mysterious sinkholes known as Sima Humboldt & Sima Martel. The larger of the two is Sima Humboldt is over 1000ft deep and over 1000ft wide. The bottom of each hole has its very own individual ecosystem. It was first descended in 1974 and as of today, is exclusive for scientific researchers.
Scientists find 33 creatures living in a cave that was sealed off for 5 million years. Today, we take a look at these scientists that found 33 creatures living in a cave that was sealed off for 5 million years. Caves, what could lie in those dark, rocky crevices? Treasure? Ancient artifacts? There is potentially an untold number of discoveries waiting to be found in the complex cave systems that stretch all across our beautiful planet. With many discoveries made in caverns, hollows, and other caves every year. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!
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Filmed from my helmet camera in April 2011 during my second expedition into Movile Cave, Romania. Movile Cave is the only known totally sealed environment on Earth that contains life. The ecosystem is supported (in the total absence of light) by vast floating "mats" of microorganisms that feed on methane and carbon dioxide from the geothermal waters that flow through the Cave, mostly at the expensive of inorganic sulfur compounds and metals present in the waters and the limestock rocks of the Cave. In this video, I analyse the gases in the air of the Lake Room of Movile Cave and collect water from the Lake. I then swap helmets with Dr Alex Hillebrand of the Emil Racoviță Institute of Speleology (Bucharest) who then SCUBA dives through the Lower Galleries of the Cave to collect water and microbial mat samples from the Air Bell beyond them. I was the first scientist from the UK to gain permission to access the Cave and was to my knowledge the 29th person in the world to have been in to this unique, beautiful, amazing and totally sealed environment - more people have been in space! Movile Cave is located near the city of Mangalia in Romania, close to the Bulgarian border and remains in the custody of GESS. It is a protected site through the actions of the Mangalia City Council and the Romanian Academy of Sciences.
The most isolated ecosystem in the world. As humans were evolving in the plains of Africa, a different kind of evolution was taking place in a cave in Romania. The Moville Cave. With an atmosphere you have never heard of before. This Movile Cave hasn’t seen light in 5.5 million years! At that time, so long ago, a huge limestone slab fell and sealed the cave and its inhabitants from the rest of the world. Whatever was left inside the dark cavern, had to evolve without sunlight or the air we breathe. While our ape like ancestors were coming down from the trees and evolving into modern humans, the inhabitants of this cave were cut off from the rest of the planet. Yet, despite the lack of any light and a poisonous atmosphere, life has thrived, with unique spiders, scorpions, woodlice, and centipedes. This has made for a very unusual ecosystem, when the cave was discovered and opened up in 1986. It was actually discovered by some workers who were testing the ground to see if it was suitable for a power plant, when they stumbled upon the Cave. And then began the scientific exploration. Let's find out. #science #impossibleplaces #actuallyexist #strangemysteries science, world, facts, world facts, things you didn't know, things you won't believe, youtube facts, top 10, top 5, phenomena, education, phenomenon, Petrifying Well, Grüner See, Shanay-Timpishka, Never-Ending Lighting Storm, Western Venezuela, Catatumbo River, Blue Pond of Hokkaido, Ringing Rocks, Kawah Ijen, blue lava, Scientifically Impossible, strange mysteries, unsolved mysteries, blow your mind, list, where gravity, places on earth MUSIC: Kevin Mcleod
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Filmed from my helmet camera in April 2011 during my second expedition into Movile Cave, Romania. Movile Cave is the only known totally sealed environment on Earth that contains life. The ecosystem is supported (in the total absence of light) by vast floating "mats" of microorganisms that feed on methane and carbon dioxide from the geothermal waters that flow through the Cave, mostly at the expensive of inorganic sulfur compounds and metals present in the waters and the limestock rocks of the Cave. In this video, I descend through the Upper Galleries followed by Dr Alex Hillebrand of the Emil Racoviță Institute of Speleology (Bucharest). I was the first scientist from the UK to gain permission to access the Cave and was to my knowledge the 29th person in the world to have been in to this unique, beautiful, amazing and totally sealed environment - more people have been in space! At the end of the video I slip on some clay-covered-limestone and fall about 2.5 metres into the Lake Room, landing on my back and head on the uneven, solid limestone floor. I was very lucky in that I had no major injuries and continued the expedition largely as planned. I had very severed bruising and muscle injuries for a few weeks and a year or so later discovered on a routine x-ray that I had fractured my skull during this fall at the point where my helmet dug into the back of my head when I hit the floor. I was very lucky on the whole, it could've been a lot worse! Movile Cave is located near the city of Mangalia in Romania, close to the Bulgarian border and remains in the custody of GESS. It is a protected site through the actions of the Mangalia City Council and the Romanian Academy of Sciences.
The Movile Cave in Romania has been sealed off for millions of years. Its air is thick with harmful gases, yet it is home to dozens of bizarre creatures. The cave has remained iso...
Movile Cave can be found in a barren, featureless field in Constan?a County, Romania, not too far from the Black Sea. The cave is closed to visitors because of its unique ecosystem, and because it is extremely hazardous to humans. Movile Cave has remained isolated for close to 5.5 million years, about the same time our ancestors were coming down from the trees in the plains of Africa and beginning the evolutionary journey to becoming humans. At that time, so long ago, a huge limestone slab fell and sealed the cave and its inhabitants from the rest of the world. Whatever was left inside the dark cavern had to evolve without sunlight or the air we breathe. Yet despite the lack of any light and a poisonous atmosphere, life has thrived, with unique spiders, scorpions, woodlice, and centipedes.
Selama jutaan tahun, planet kita telah banyak berubah. Zaman es, pergeseran lempeng tektonik, banjir global, meteorit. Seluruh spesies hewan telah datang dan pergi selama ribuan tahun. Di suatu masa dalam semua ini, manusia datang. Sekarang bayangkan sebuah tempat yang terpisah dari dunia selama 5,5 juta tahun, mungkin lebih. Tempat yang belum pernah didatangi manusia sebelumnya. Pada tahun 1986, kita akhirnya menemukannya, gua Movile. Gua ini dihuni 48 spesies, 33 di antaranya benar-benar baru bagi kita. Siput putih aneh merayap di sepanjang dinding dan udang transparan, bahkan lintah kecil, berenang di air. Lipan putih dengan kumis besar dan laba-laba transparan bergerak-gerak. Bahkan ada 2 spesies kalajengking. Kalajengking air dan sejenisnya, yang belum teridentifikasi. Ini bukan kalajengking gurun biasa. Sebenarnya, tidak ada hewan di sekitar sini yang terlihat… normal. Ini mungkin makhluk-makhluk teraneh di seluruh dunia. #sisiterang Kredit foto preview: Kutu kayu gua. Foto dekat dari Armadillidium sp. kutu kayu yang hanya ditemukan di Gua Movile, Rumania: Oleh PATRICK LANDMANN/Science Photo Library/East News, 🤍 Animasi oleh Sisi Terang. Berlangganan Sisi Terang 🤍 Musik oleh Epidemic Sound 🤍 Materi stok (foto, rekaman, dan lain-lain): 🤍 🤍 🤍
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The Mysterious Movile Cave. In the south-east of Romania, nearby Black Sea in Europe this cave i.e The Movile cave was discovered in 1986. It is believed to be isolated for over 5.5 million years. The inhabitants were isolated from the rest of the world. Unusual things were observed inside the cave. The percentage of Oxygen was at alarming rate at 7-10%. Further, the percentage of Carbon dioxide was dangerously 3-4%. It was immense dark, no sunlight could reach that cave. The possibilities of green vegetation was negligible. While searching land for Geo-thermal plant, scientists accidentally discovered this Movile cave. It was mysteriously found more that 45 species of various scorpions, leaches, centipides and other insects. Almost 33 species were very much new to them, that was remained unclassified for very long time. Most of the species do not posses eyes, as it served no purpose in the dead dark cave. They developed long antennae like structure to help them in movement. Since, no vegetation was found, it was extremely surprising that how these species survived for over 5 million years. It is to be believed that millions of Bacteria which do not required sunlight rather needed chemical reaction help this strange eco-system. Small insects feed on this white foam like bacteria and this insects feed by larger insects and upon death they are decay by bacteria. According to the scientists, this is one and the only cave in the entire world of this kind of strange eco-cycle. i.e The Moville Cave NB# Some part of the visuals are taken from various sources through internet. DISCLAIMER: This video is solely made for education and teaching purposes only. This channel shall not be held responsible for any misuse of any part of this video. Out most care has been taken to comply with the various legal act. * Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use #themovilecace #mysteriouscave #strangeecosystem #knowtheunknow #lesserknownfacts #accidentaldiscoveries #romaniacave #waterscorpion #33unknownspecies
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Spectacular creatures in a poisonous sulphidic atmosphere – Movile cave, Romania – 5.5 million years time capsule In the south-east of Romania, in Constanța county close to the Black Sea and the Bulgarian border, there lies a barren featureless plain. The desolate field is completely unremarkable, except for one thing. Below it lies a cave that has remained isolated for 5.5 million years. While our ape-like ancestors were coming down from the trees and evolving into modern humans, the inhabitants of this cave were cut off from the rest of the planet. Despite a complete absence of light and a poisonous atmosphere, the cave is crawling with life. There are unique spiders, scorpions, woodlice and centipedes, many never before seen by humans, and all of them owe their lives to a strange floating mat of bacteria. In 1986, workers in communist Romania were testing the ground to see if it was suitable for a power plant, when they stumbled across the Movile Cave. Romanian scientist Cristian Lascu was the first to make the dangerous descent.
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تغيّرت الأرض كثيراً على مدى ملايين السنين، فشهدت العصور الجليدية والصفائح التكتونية المتحركة والفيضانات العالمية والنيازك. في تلك الأثناء، أتت أنواع كاملة من الحيوانات وانقرضت خلال آلاف السنين.وفي مرحلة ما من بين هذا كله، أتينا نحن البشر. تخيّل الآن مكاناً منعزلاً عن العالم لـ 5.5 ملايين عام، وربما أكثر من ذلك بكثير. مكان لم تطأه قدم إنسان من قبل. في عام 1986، عثرنا أخيراً على كهف موفيل. يحتوي هذا الكهف على 48 نوعاً من الكائنات الحيةـ 33 منها جديدة كليّا بالنسبة لنا. ترى الحلزون الأبيض الغريب يزحف على الجدران والجمبري الشفاف والعلقيات الصغيرة تسبح في الماء. ترى مئويات الأرجل البيضاء بشوارب كبيرة وعناكب شفافة تتدحرج تحت قدميك. وإن لم تكن خائفاً بعد، هناك نوعان من العقارب. عقارب مائية ونوع آخر لم يتم التعرف عليه بعد. لا تشبه هذه العقارب النوع الذي تعرفه، في الواقع، لا شيء هنا يبدو... طبيعياً. ربما تكون هذه أغرب المخلوقات على سطح الأرض. #الجانب_المُشرق صورة المعاينة: Cave woodlouse. Close-up of an Armadillidium sp. woodlouse found only in the Movile Cave, Romania: By PATRICK LANDMANN/Science Photo Library/East News, 🤍 الرسوم المتحركة من إنتاج الجانب المُشرق. الموسيقى: Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 المواد الإعلامية (صور، مقاطع فيديو وأخرى) 🤍 🤍 🤍 إشترك في قناة الجانب المُشرق : 🤍 - وسائل التواصل الإجتماعي : حِرف إبداعية في 5 دقائق على موقع يوتيوب : 🤍 🤍 قصص واقعية 🤍 حِرف إبداعية للفتيات في 5 دقائق 🤍 حِرف إبداعية للرجال في 5 دقائق 🤍 حِرف إبداعية للعائلة في 5 دقائق 🤍 حرف ابداعية للأطفال في 5 دقائق 🤍
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