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33_Sperm_Whale_(Cachalote)_LD_
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33- Sperm whale Cachalote LD VSF

Warning: this animal is a very high defenition model only swit for computers with hight memory graphic cards.
They eat many memory if your card is week please use the addon 33-Sperm whale Cachalote LD VSF.

(LOOK DEEP IN TO MY EYES AND TELL ME IF I DESERVE TO DIE..)
(LOOK IN MY LEFT EYE AND YOU WILL SEE ME CRYING LIKE YOU WITH TEARS...)


The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) OR (cACHALOTE) is the largest of the toothed whales. It is the only living member of genus Physeter, and one of three extant species in the sperm whale family, along with the pygmy sperm whale and dwarf sperm whale of the genus Kogia. Its name derives from a waxy liquid called spermaceti, found in its enormous head. The sperm whale is also known as the cachalot.
Mature males average at 16 metres (52 ft) in length but can reach 20.5 metres (67 ft), with the head representing up to one-third of the animal's length. The sperm whale feeds primarily on giant and colossal squid. Plunging to 3 kilometres (9,800 ft) for prey, it is the deepest diving mammal. Its clicking vocalization, a form of echolocation and communication, can be as loud as 230 decibels underwater,[3] making it the loudest sound produced by any animal. It has the largest brain of any animal on Earth, more than five times heavier than a human's.
The sperm whale is cosmopolitan, living across the oceans in small groups called pods. Units of females and their young live separately from sexually mature males. The females cooperate to protect and nurse their young. Females give birth every four to twenty years, and care for the calves for more than a decade. Living up to 70 years, a mature sperm whale has few natural predators. Calves and weakened adults are taken by pods of orcas.
From the early 18th century through the late 20th the species was a prime target of whalers. The head of the whale contains a liquid wax called spermaceti, which was used in lubricants, oil lamps, and candles. Ambergris, a waste product from its digestive system, is still used as a fixative in perfumes. Occasionally the sperm whale's great size allowed it to defend itself effectively against whalers. The species is now protected by law,[vague] and is currently listed as vulnerable by the IUCN.

Azores - CaChalote breve history .

THE WHALES ARE A VERY HIGH INTELLIGENCE ANIMAL IM PORTUGUESE AND I KNOW BEFORE 1966 IN AZORES PORTUGAL THEY HUNTING THEN, CACHALOTES WHALES AND THEY DISAPPEAR FROM DE COST BECAUSE THEY KNOW THEY ARE HUNTING THEN, AND NOW THEY RETURN IN LARGE NUMBERS BUT WHEN YOU TRIES TO APPROACH THEN THEY RUN AWAY AND DISAPPEAR BECAUSE THEY HAVE A ELEPHANT MEMORIE . THEY KNOW WHAT WEE DOING WHIT THEN IN THE PAST. BUT PORTUGAL STOPS HUNTING WHALES AND WE ARE A SMALL COUNTRY NOT TO MUCH ADVANCED AND POOR NOT RICH. Why THE JAPANESE'S A RICH COUNTRY AND HAVE HIGH TECHNOLOGIES STILL KILLING WALES PUTTING THIS RULE IN TO THE TRASH ( THE NEEDS OF THE MANY IS PRIORITY AT THE NEEDS OF THE ONE) AND EXTERMINATE THE SPECIES FOR GIVING LAUNCH AT 0,001 PER CENT OF WORLD POPULATION ???
IF YOU LET THEN DOING THIS THEN YOU ARE LIKE THEN....PLEASE WE ARE IN 2013 IS RIDICULOUS.
33_Sperm_Whale_(Cachalote)_HD_
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33- Sperm whale Cachalote HD VSF

Warning: this animal is a very high defenition model only swit for computers with hight memory graphic cards.
They eat many memory if your card is week please use the addon 33-Sperm whale Cachalote LD VSF.

(LOOK DEEP IN TO MY EYES AND TELL ME IF I DESERVE TO DIE..)
(LOOK IN MY LEFT EYE AND YOU WILL SEE ME CRYING LIKE YOU WITH TEARS...)


The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) OR (cACHALOTE) is the largest of the toothed whales. It is the only living member of genus Physeter, and one of three extant species in the sperm whale family, along with the pygmy sperm whale and dwarf sperm whale of the genus Kogia. Its name derives from a waxy liquid called spermaceti, found in its enormous head. The sperm whale is also known as the cachalot.
Mature males average at 16 metres (52 ft) in length but can reach 20.5 metres (67 ft), with the head representing up to one-third of the animal's length. The sperm whale feeds primarily on giant and colossal squid. Plunging to 3 kilometres (9,800 ft) for prey, it is the deepest diving mammal. Its clicking vocalization, a form of echolocation and communication, can be as loud as 230 decibels underwater,[3] making it the loudest sound produced by any animal. It has the largest brain of any animal on Earth, more than five times heavier than a human's.
The sperm whale is cosmopolitan, living across the oceans in small groups called pods. Units of females and their young live separately from sexually mature males. The females cooperate to protect and nurse their young. Females give birth every four to twenty years, and care for the calves for more than a decade. Living up to 70 years, a mature sperm whale has few natural predators. Calves and weakened adults are taken by pods of orcas.
From the early 18th century through the late 20th the species was a prime target of whalers. The head of the whale contains a liquid wax called spermaceti, which was used in lubricants, oil lamps, and candles. Ambergris, a waste product from its digestive system, is still used as a fixative in perfumes. Occasionally the sperm whale's great size allowed it to defend itself effectively against whalers. The species is now protected by law,[vague] and is currently listed as vulnerable by the IUCN.

Azores - CaChalote breve history .

THE WHALES ARE A VERY HIGH INTELLIGENCE ANIMAL IM PORTUGUESE AND I KNOW BEFORE 1966 IN AZORES PORTUGAL THEY HUNTING THEN, CACHALOTES WHALES AND THEY DISAPPEAR FROM DE COST BECAUSE THEY KNOW THEY ARE HUNTING THEN, AND NOW THEY RETURN IN LARGE NUMBERS BUT WHEN YOU TRIES TO APPROACH THEN THEY RUN AWAY AND DISAPPEAR BECAUSE THEY HAVE A ELEPHANT MEMORIE . THEY KNOW WHAT WEE DOING WHIT THEN IN THE PAST. BUT PORTUGAL STOPS HUNTING WHALES AND WE ARE A SMALL COUNTRY NOT TO MUCH ADVANCED AND POOR NOT RICH. Why THE JAPANESE'S A RICH COUNTRY AND HAVE HIGH TECHNOLOGIES STILL KILLING WALES PUTTING THIS RULE IN TO THE TRASH ( THE NEEDS OF THE MANY IS PRIORITY AT THE NEEDS OF THE ONE) AND EXTERMINATE THE SPECIES FOR GIVING LAUNCH AT 0,001 PER CENT OF WORLD POPULATION ???
IF YOU LET THEN DOING THIS THEN YOU ARE LIKE THEN....PLEASE WE ARE IN 2013 IS RIDICULOUS.

32_Whale_Shark _VSF
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32- Maritime Fauna - Whale Shark VSF

Animal_s Skined with bones 220 frames animation

The whale shark, Rhincodon typus, is a slow-moving filter feeding shark and the largest extant fish species. The largest confirmed individual had a length of 12.65 meters (41.50 ft) and a weight of more than 21.5 metric tons (47,000 lb), and there are unconfirmed reports of considerably larger whale sharks. Claims of individuals over 14 meters (46 ft) long and weighing at least 30 metric tons (66,000 lb) are not uncommon. The whale shark holds many records for sheer size in the animal kingdom, most notably being by far the largest living non-mammalian vertebrate, rivaling many of the largest dinosaurs in weight. It is the sole member of the genus Rhincodon and the family, Rhincodontidae (called Rhiniodon and Rhinodontidae before 1984), which belongs to the subclass Elasmobranchii in the class Chondrichthyes. The species originated approximately 60 million years ago.
The whale shark is found in tropical and warm oceans and lives in the open sea with a lifespan of about 70 years. Although whale sharks have very large mouths, as filter feeders they feed mainly, though not exclusively, on plankton, which are microscopic plants and animals. However, the BBC program Planet Earth filmed a whale shark feeding on a school of small fish. The same documentary showed footage of a whale shark timing its arrival to coincide with the mass spawning of fish shoals and feeding on the resultant clouds of eggs and sperm.
The species was distinguished in April 1828 after the harpooning of a 4.6 metres (15.1 ft) specimen in Table Bay, South Africa. Andrew Smith, a military doctor associated with British troops stationed in Cape Town, described it the following year. The name "whale shark" comes from the fish's physiology, being as large as some species of whales and also a filter feeder like many whale species.
Guida Samba Dancer Girl
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Guida Samba Dancer Girl V2

This is a much better configuration and stable animation then the previous version. Now you can enjoy and see her dance in the totality.
Wee all know animal animations have variables and tags so not very good for static sites loop animations but wee work and try to make a much perfect as possible with wee have in hands,

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30 - Coral
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This is a Small coral rift as animal and animated, they works in to the Default deep of VSF at 274.4 meters, you can use it in others deep altitude changing in animal,conf the values Alt max and Alt min to the same value you want.

30- Coral

Corals are marine invertebrates in class Anthozoa of phylum Cnidaria typically living in compact colonies of many identical individual "polyps". The group includes the important reef builders that inhabit tropical oceans and secrete calcium carbonate to form a hard skeleton.
A coral "head" is a colony of myriad genetically identical polyps. Each polyp is a spineless animal typically only a few millimeters in diameter and a few centimeters in length. A set of tentacles surround a central mouth opening. An exoskeleton is excreted near the base. Over many generations, the colony thus creates a large skeleton that is characteristic of the species. Individual heads grow by asexual reproduction of polyps. Corals also breed sexually by spawning: polyps of the same species release gametes simultaneously over a period of one to several nights around a full moon.
Although some corals can catch small fish and plankton, using stinging cells on their tentacles, like those in sea anemone and jellyfish, most corals obtain the majority of their energy and nutrients from photosynthetic unicellular algae called zooxanthellae that live within the coral's tissue. Such corals require sunlight and grow in clear, shallow water, typically at depths shallower than 60 metres (200 ft). Corals can be major contributors to the physical structure of the coral reefs that develop in tropical and subtropical waters, such as the enormous Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland, Australia. Other corals do not have associated algae and can live in much deeper water, with the cold-water genus Lophelia surviving as deep as 3,000 metres (9,800 ft). Examples live on the Darwin Mounds located north-west of Cape Wrath, Scotland. Corals have also been found off the coast of the U.S. in Washington State and the Aleutian Islands in Alaska.
31- Humpback Whale VSF
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ANIMAL_S Skinned animation 590 frames
Warning - Do not use make Wave in Options if you want a smoothing animation.

31- Maritime Fauna - humpback whale VSF

The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a species of baleen whale. One of the larger rorqual species, adults range in length from 12–16 metres (39–52 ft) and weigh approximately 36,000 kilograms (79,000 lb). The humpback has a distinctive body shape, with unusually long pectoral fins and a knobbly head. An acrobatic animal known for breaching and slapping the water with its tail and pectorals, it is popular with whale watchers off Australia, New Zealand, South America, Canada, and the United States.
Males produce a complex song lasting 10 to 20 minutes, which they repeat for hours at a time. Its purpose is not clear, though it may have a role in mating.
Found in oceans and seas around the world, humpback whales typically migrate up to 25,000 kilometres (16,000 mi) each year. Humpbacks feed only in summer, in polar waters, and migrate to tropical or subtropical waters to breed and give birth in the winter. During the winter, humpbacks fast and live off their fat reserves. Their diet consists mostly of krill and small fish. Humpbacks have a diverse repertoire of feeding methods, including the bubble net feeding technique.
Like other large whales, the humpback was and is a target for the whaling industry. Once hunted to the brink of extinction, its population fell by an estimated 90% before a moratorium was introduced in 1966. While stocks have since partially recovered, entanglement in fishing gear, collisions with ships, and noise pollution continue to impact the 80,000 humpbacks worldwide.
IAI Lavi - Elements
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The elements damp the reaction on the canard and make it more accurate on the aileron. Further I modified the stall angle, loops work fine now.
The vehicle.cfg contains stonger wheel brakes. It keeps the plane in position on almost full throttle. Further I gave a higher g-limit to the plane.
The panel-file has a smaller HUD, moved a bit foreward into the frame.

Replace all files in the "\vehicles\IAI_LAVI"-folder and have fun!
29- Flamingo pink VSF
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29- Flamingo pink VSF

UPDATED 23/04/03 SOUND
WARNING: This model only works in low ground land not in the Sea wather.

THIS IS A COMPLETE ANIMAL_S RIGGED SKINED+BONES
They have 200 frames looping animation

Flamingos (About this sound Brazilian pronunciation (help·info)) are a type of wading bird in the genus Phoenicopterus (from Greek: f??????pte???, meaning "purple wing"), the only genus in the family Phoenicopteridae. There are four flamingo species in the Americas and two species in the Old World.
A wide variety of birds have been proposed as their closest relatives, on a wide variety of evidence. As a result, flamingos are generally placed in their own order.[citation needed]
Traditionally, the long-legged Ciconiiformes, probably a paraphyletic assemblage, have been considered the flamingos' closest relatives and the family was included in the order. Usually the ibises and spoonbills of the Threskiornithidae were considered their closest relatives within this order. Earlier genetic studies, such as those of Charles Sibley and colleagues, also supported this relationship. Relationships to the waterfowl were considered as well,[2] especially as flamingos are parasitized by feather lice of the genus Anaticola, which are otherwise exclusively found on ducks and geese.[3] The peculiar presbyornithids were used to argue for a close relationship between flamingos, waterfowl, and waders, but they are now known to be unequivocal waterfowl.
28- Barracuda VSF
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28- Barracuda VSF

The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size and fearsome appearance. Its body is long, fairly compressed, and covered with small, smooth scales. Some species can reach up to 2.1 m (6.9 ft) in length and 30 cm (12 in) in width. The barracuda is a saltwater fish of the genus Sphyraena, the only genus in the family Sphyraenidae, and is found in tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide.
Barracudas are elongated fish, pike-like in appearance, with prominent, sharp-edged, fang-like teeth, much like piranhas, all of different sizes, set in sockets of their large jaws. They have large, pointed heads with an underbite in many species. Their gill covers have no spines and are covered with small scales. Their two dorsal fins are widely separated, with the anterior fin having five spines, and the posterior fin having one spine and 9 soft rays. The posterior dorsal fin is similar in size to the anal fin and is situated above it. The lateral line is prominent and extends straight from head to tail. The spinous dorsal fin is placed above the pelvic fins and is normally retracted in a groove. The caudal fin is moderately forked with its posterior edged double-curved and is set at the end of a stout peduncle. The pectoral fins are placed low on the sides. Its swim bladder is large.
In most cases, a barracuda is dark green, dark blue, or gray on its upper body, with silvery sides and a chalky-white belly. Coloration varies somewhat between species. For some species, irregular black spots or a row of darker cross-bars occur on each side. Their fins may be yellowish or dusky. Barracudas live primarily in oceans, but certain species, such as the great barracuda, live in brackish water.
Some species grow quite large, such as the European barracuda, barracouta, or spet (S. sphyraena), found in the Mediterranean Sea and eastern Atlantic; the great barracuda, picuda or becuna (S. picuda), ranging on the Atlantic coast of tropical America from North Carolina to Brazil and reaching Bermuda. Other barracuda species are found around the world. Examples are the California barracuda (S. argentea), found from Puget Sound southwards to Cabo San Lucas, the Indian barracuda (S. jello), and the black-finned or Commerson's barracuda (S. commersoni), from the seas of India and the Malay Peninsula and
Barracudas are voracious, opportunistic predators, relying on surprise and short bursts of speed (up to 27 mph (43 km/h)) to overtake their prey.
Adults of most species are more or less solitary, while young and half-grown fish frequently congregate. Barracuda prey primarily on fish (which may include some as large as themselves). They kill and consume larger prey by tearing chunks of flesh.
Barracudas and humans
Like sharks, some species of barracuda are reputed to be dangerous to swimmers. Barracudas are scavengers, and may mistake snorkellers for large predators, following them in hopes of eating the remains of their prey. Swimmers have been reported being bitten by barracuda, but such incidents are rare and possibly caused by poor visibility. Large Barracuda can be encountered in muddy shallows on rare occasion. Barracudas may mistake things that glint and shine for prey. One incident reported a barracuda jumping out of water and injuring a kayaker, but a marine biologist at the University of Florida said the type of wound appeared to have rather been caused by a houndfish.
Handfeeding or touching large barracuda in general is to be avoided. Spearfishing around barracudas can also be dangerous, as they are quite capable of ripping a chunk from a wounded fish thrashing on a spear.
Diamond rings and other shiny objects have been known to catch their attention and resemble prey to them. Caution should be taken when swimming near mangrove coastlines by covering or removing such items.
27- Crow
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27- Crow dll VSF

THE CROW WAS UPDATED

Crows /kro?/ form the genus Corvus in the family Corvidae. Ranging in size from the relatively small pigeon-size jackdaws (Eurasian and Daurian) to the Common Raven of the Holarctic region and Thick-billed Raven of the highlands of Ethiopia, the 40 or so members of this genus occur on all temperate continents except for South America, and several islands. In Europe the word "crow" is used to refer to the Carrion Crow or the Hooded Crow, while in North America it is used for the American Crow or the Northwestern Crow.
The crow genus makes up a third of the species in the Corvidae family. Crows appear to have evolved in Asia from the corvid stock, which had evolved in Australia. The collective name for a group of crows is a flock or, more poetically, a murder.
Recent research has found some crow species capable of not only tool use but also tool construction. Crows are now considered to be among the world's most intelligent animals with an encephalization quotient approaching that of some apes. The Jackdaw and the European Magpie have been found to have a nidopallium approximately the same relative size as the functionally equivalent neocortex in chimpanzees and humans, and significantly larger than is found in the gibbon.
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