《Channel 4 解剖巨型动物 第二季》(Channel 4 Inside Natures Giants Season 2)MVGroup/全3集[PDTV][TVRip]

《Channel 4 解剖巨型动物 第二季》(Channel 4 Inside Natures Giants Season 2)MVGroup/全3集[PDTV][TVRip]
  • 片  名  《Channel 4 解剖巨型动物 第二季》(Channel 4 Inside Natures Giants Season 2)MVGroup/全3集[PDTV][TVRip]
  • 简  介  发行时间: 2010年地区: 美国语言: 英语
  • 类  别  综艺
  • 小  类  纪录片


  • 详细介绍简介: 本节目试图揭示自然界中一些最成功的捕食者的解剖秘密。进化生物学家Richard Dawkins教授成为Mark Evans的助手。 (文:life_is_good@YDY)
    第一季资源见:http://www.VeryCD.com/topics/2780580/
    Inside Nature’s Giants Series 2
    The second run of the BAFTA Award-winning series reveals the anatomy of some of nature's most successful predators. Highlights of the series include comparative anatomist Joy Reidenberg coming face-to-face with great white sharks in a dramatic cage dive encounter, biologist Simon Watt being squeezed by a live python, and the team making a dead lion roar by passing compressed air through its windpipe. Experts in comparative anatomy, evolution and behaviour put some of the most popular and enigmatic large animals under the knife. Veterinary scientist Mark Evans interprets their findings, biologist Simon Watts tests the animals' physiology in the field and Richard Dawkins traces back the animals' place on the tree of life.
    [1] Great White Shark 大白鲨
    The experts travel to South Africa to dissect a 900kg, 15-foot-long great white shark.
    Comparative anatomist Joy Reidenberg uncovers the shark's incredible array of senses, including the ability to detect the electro-magnetic field given off by other creatures.
    Veterinary scientist Mark Evans investigates the origins of the shark's infamous killing bite and, out at sea, a bite force test on a live great white shows just how powerful those jaws really are.
    Evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins explains how sharks' teeth and jaws evolved from their outer skin and gill arches.
    And the programme asks whether the animal's reputation as a man killer is really deserved.
    [2] Monster Python 巨蟒
    The experts venture into the swamps of the Florida Everglades, where giant Burmese pythons are thriving. Many have been released into the wild by pet owners or have escaped from reptile breeding centres, and now up to 100,000 are threatening some native species with extinction.
    Mark Evans and Joy Reidenberg meet 'python hunters' in the Everglades who are attempting to control the pythons' numbers through a cull, and join reptile expert Jeanette Wyneken to dissect two pythons: a nine-foot male and an enormous 14-foot female. The programme reveals the anatomy that allows pythons to sense, strike, squeeze and swallow their prey. They investigate the remains of the snakes' last meals and make an amazing discovery in the female: ovaries bulging with 40 egg follicles ready to be fertilised. Richard Dawkins describes how snakes evolved from four-legged lizard-like ancestors, and biologist Simon Watt finds out what it feels like to be crushed by a real-life python. The programme explores the science of slithering, how snakes have developed 'infra-red goggles', which allow them to hunt warm-blooded prey in the dark, and how a flexible jaw allows pythons to stretch their mouths around huge prey, including alligators.
    [3] The Big Cats 大型猫科动物
    The experts dissect a lion and a tiger, and travel to South Africa to see lions in the wild. From the outside, the lion and the tiger look very different, but once their skins are removed, even the experts find it hard to tell them apart. At a big cat rescue centre, biologist Simon Watt traces the evolutionary history of the feline family, and comes face to face with a liger: a cross between a lion and a tiger and proof of how similar the two species are. One of the most characteristic features of these magnificent animals - and something that distinguishes them from the small cats - is their ability to roar. It's something that has intrigued scientists, so the team delve into the lion's throat to find the voicebox, and make a discovery that helps explain the way the vocal apparatus works like a trombone. To test the theory, they pass compressed air into the windpipe and - to everyone's amazement - make the dead lion ro
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第二季又来了,好快,楼主辛苦了。
科学家、专家、学者都喜欢用科学的名义来捕杀动物。
杀这些可怜的大家伙……

我怎么感觉那么难受。。。
毛骨悚然...


你看过么, 你确定你真的看过么? 不负责任的发表上述言论? --- 这么说话的人对不起那些科学家如此认真的态度(你说的x家这个世界上有,说的时候看地方说, 因为你说的不对的时候, 丢失威信力的是你自己

这个系列第一辑,第二辑我都看过, 非常非常好看,不仅长解剖学知识,还有生物比较,进化论.

所有解剖的动物都是自己死掉的. 除了大象那个(那只因为年岁太高,关节炎太严重,所以主人同意安了死. 解剖的时候看膝关节磨损的超级严重, 骨头都磨掉好大一块. 对于一生基本都站着要用到膝盖的大象, 你都没法想象多疼, 主人实在看不下去了,同意安乐死. 我觉得最可贵的是他把遗体捐助出来, 让科学家带给大众知识是件好的不能再好的事.

而且其他在圈养/野生动物园死掉的动物在讲生理构造之后,最后一定要调查出死因. 由那个头比较凸带眼镜的动物CSI(民间称呼)专门分析.

看这片子最大的感受是:动物太大现场需要解剖的时候(这片子除了科普还要给要当兽医的学生作资料), 旁边有很多当地人围观, 不少带着小孩看. 当然有猎奇的心理,但是你能看到更多是强烈的好奇心求知欲.
大白鲨这集那个小男孩问教授怎么知道这条鲨鱼是女孩, 胖胖可爱的那个女科学家特和蔼生动的讲, 乐死我了.换中国家长肯定汗死了--赤裸裸的sex教育早把孩子拽回家里去了.

顺便说一下:这片子恐怖个P. 讲的非常诙谐幽默. 所有科学家都像孩子般可爱. 中间无数暴笑的地方特多.

越无知越自大, 越自大越无知.


提醒一句: 打字的功夫远比不上那些科学家,以及节目编导下的功夫画的经历多. 说话时过过大脑. 很多人没有思考能力个更重要的是懒,别人说什么就是什么,就如同上面的回帖里跟风发表一番一样. 自己愿意不懂装懂不要紧,不要带其他人下水.
没字幕看不懂唉...
顶一个 下来看看
谢谢分享,楼主辛苦了。
强烈支持!!!!