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Tag Archive | "Brave Wilderness"

Brave Wilderness: Documentation of Coyote Peterson Stung by a Japanese Giant Hornet in the Tottori Prefecture, Japan

In a series of videos documenting the sting of the most powerful stinging insects, Cody Peterson released a video on Friday, November 23, 2018 of his stinging experience of the Japanese Giant Hornet (Vespa mandarinia Japonica). Coyote Peterson (Nathaniel Peterson) is a wildlife educator and YouTube personality with a background in film. Recently he has […]

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Brave Wilderness: Coyote Peterson Catches a Venomous Australian Funnel-Web Spider Near Sydney Australia

Coyote Peterson catches a Sydney Funnel Spider and describes the venomous bite before transporting the poisonous spider to the Australian Reptile Park. Coyote Peterson captures an Australian Funnel-Web Spider, but he’s initially not sure whether the spider is the specific deadly Sydney Funnel-Web Spider. He takes the spider to the Australian Reptile Park where he […]

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Brave Wilderness: Incredible “Invisible” Glass Frog Observed in Costa Rica

Glass frogs are associated with streams and rivers, so the hunt for the Glass Frog was carried out near small stream banks while watching out for the Fer-de-Lance (extremely poisonous snake). The glass frogs (or glassfrogs) are frogs of the amphibian family Centrolenidae (order Anura). Most glass frogs is primarily lime green, the abdominal skin […]

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Coyote Peterson’s Brave Wilderness Testing: Stung by a Yellow Jacket or European Paper Wasp

Yellow Jackets are active this time of year, and Coyote Peterson of Brave Wilderness gives some real world experience with a Yellow Jacket sting. Coyote Peterson has been stung by a lot more painful stings on his YouTube channel (see STINGS playlist below), but this episode teaches about an encounter that is possible in almost […]

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Brave Wilderness: Bass, Blue Gill and the Beast of the Diving Quarry — Channel Catfish

The beast of the diving quarry is the Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) which is North America’s most numerous catfish species, attracted by hot dogs. Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) possess very keen senses of smell and taste. The pits of their nostrils (nares) are known to have very sensitive odor sensing organs with a very high […]

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West Virginia: Giant Hellbender Salamander Discovery from Brave Wilderness

Coyote Peterson and Tim Brust capture and examine a Hellbender salamander and then release back to a West Virginia river at an undisclosed location. The hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) is also known as the hellbender salamander — a species of aquatic giant salamander endemic to West Virginia and eastern North America. Coyote Peterson and Field Herpetologist […]

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Coyote Peterson Shows a Biting Larva of the Dobsonfly, Known As the Hellgrammite

Coyote Peterson gets creeped out and pinched by the mandibles of a Hellgrammite. Hellgrammites are active at night, they ambush prey in the middle of riffles which supply plenty of oxygen and stir up prey.[7] They are generalist predators; dissections have revealed that they primarily eat aquatic immatures of mayflies, caddisflies, stoneflies, and chironomid midges. […]

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Brave Wilderness: Night of the Deadly Creatures

On Breaking Trail, Coyote Peterson encounters more than one deadly species of snake in the Costa Rican rainforests. Brave Wilderness: Some snakes Coyote Peterson catches by hand, and some of them almost end up catching him! See more … Arlingtoncardinal.com/bravewilderness Get updates from The Cardinal ALL NEWS FEEDS on Facebook. Just ‘LIKE’ the ‘Arlington Cardinal […]

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Monster River Shrimp from Brave Wilderness

Deep in the rainforests of Latin America live some of the planets largest species of Shrimp. Their official name is the Freshwater Prawn, and they can grow up to 18 inches in length and have a very unique hierarchy system. Deep in the rainforests of Latin America live some of the planet’s largest species of […]

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Brave Wilderness: Coyote Peterson Stung by a Bullet Ant in Costa Rica

In this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote Peterson takes on the Bullet Ant Challenge and is stung by the most painful insect sting in the world. The Bullet Ant, Paraponera clavata, is a species of ant known for its potent sting. In fact according to the The Schmidt Pain Index, developed by Dr. Justin Schmidt, […]

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Brave Wilderness: Stung by a Tarantula Hawk!

VIEWER DISCRETION: On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote Peterson gets stung by a terrifying Tarantula Hawk, Pepsis thisbe — very similar to Pepsis grossa. The two species, Pepsis thisbe and Pepsis grossa are difficult to distinguish, but the majority of Pepsis grossa have metallic blue bodies and reddish antennae, which separates them from Pepsis […]

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