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Hey guys, so the video is basically how to get off Taris as fast as possible. I'm no speed runner but people love to hate Taris, and as such, want to get off it as fast as possible. This is the quickest route that doesn't involve glitches as far as I know, if there is a quicker route without glitches, let me know in the comments. It's not really a guide for beginners, mainly for people playing through the game again and looking for a faster route off of Taris. If you want more content like this let me know in the comment section, I plan on doing this type of video for each planet.
A bunyip (from Aboriginal Lore) is a mythical ferocious creature to be found near a billabong (water-hole) ....terrifying any passer-by ~ animal or human. Here Australian folksinger, Graham McCarthy performs his "Bunyip Fantasy" (With Maton CW80 guitar.)
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PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to: 🤍 ↓ More info below ↓ An amphibious being that lurks in the inland waters of Australia, the mysterious, deadly bunyip defies consistent characterization. Also known as the Mulyawonk, some stories say it's a four-legged creature resembling a seal, others claim the monster has shaggy hair and appears to be a combination of other animals. But one thing that is constant in the stories of the bunyip —the role of Aboriginal storytelling and culture. Originating in the stories and beliefs of the southeastern Indigenous peoples of Australia, accounts of the bunyip are widely varied but were told with such conviction that European colonizers initially believed such a creature really existed. This episode uses Aboriginal stories, historical records, and fossils to explore the bunyip legend, and take a look at how European colonization impacted Australia and its Indigenous peoples. #bunyip #Australia #Aboriginal #MonstrumPBS Like so many episodes of Monstrum, this episode would not have been possible without the kindness of others. We are in debt to Dr. Philip A. Clarke (Consultant Anthropologist & Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at Griffith & Federation Universities and Research Associate at the South Australian Museum) for the resources and information he provided including a transcription of “The Mulgewongk's Cave” as told by Henry Rankine. Another sincere thank you to the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, the National Library of Australia, and the National Gallery of Australia for sharing their collections. Written and Hosted by: Emily Zarka Director: David Schulte Executive Producer: Amanda Fox Producer: Stephanie Noone Illustrator: Samuel Allen Editor: Derek Borsheim Produced by Spotzen for PBS Digital Studios. The world is full of monsters, myths, and legends and Monstrum isn’t afraid to take a closer look. The show, hosted by Emily Zarka, Ph.D., takes us on a journey to discover a new monster in each new episode. Monstrum looks at humans' unique drive to create and shape monster mythology through oral storytelling, literature, and film and digs deep into the history of those mythologies. Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 - BIBLIOGRAPHY: Cahir, Fred, Ian D. Clark, and Philip A. Clarke. Aboriginal Biocultural Knowledge in South-eastern Australia. Csiro Publishing, 2018. Clarke, Philip A. “Indigenous Spirit and ghost Folklore of ‘Settled’ Australia. Folklore, Vol. 118, No. 2 (Aug. 2007): pp. 141–161. Clarke, Philip A. “Spirit Beings and the Aboriginal Landscape of the Lower Murray, South Australia.” Records of the South Australian Museum, 31(2), 1999: pp. 149–163. Coombe, E.H. History of Gawler, 1837-1908. Vardon & Sons, 1910. Davey, Gwenda Beed, and Graham Seal. A Guide to Australian Folklore. Kangaroo Press, 2003. Edmonds, Penny. “The Bunyip as Uncanny Rupture: Fabulous Animals, Innocuous Quadrupeds and the Australian Anthropocene.” Australian Humanities Review, Issue 63 (Nov. 2018): pp. 80–90. Holden, Robert, and Nicholas Holden. Bunyips: Australia’s Folklore of Fear. Canberra, 2001. Hill, William Thomson. The magic spear, or Camped with the blacks: a tale of the early days. Illus. R. Wenban. E.A. Vidler, c. 1900. “Languages of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples–a Uniquely Australian Heritage.” Australian Bureau of Statistics, April, 6, 2010. 🤍 Martin, Mrs. Patchett, ed. Coo-ee: Tales of Australian Life by Australian Ladies. Griffith Farran, 1891. Morrice, E.C. “The Bunyip.” The River and other Verses. Australasian Authors’ Agency, 1912: pp. 12-14. McCann, Andrew. “Unknown Australia: Rosa Praed’s Vanished Race.” Australian Literary Studies, Vol. 22(1) (2005): pp. 37–50. Nunn, Patrick D., and Luiza Corral Martins de Oliveira Ponciano. “Of bunyips and other beasts: living memories of long-extinct creatures in art and stories.” The Conversation (April 14, 2019). 🤍 The Kai Kai nature trail: a resource guide for Aboriginal studies. Education Department of South Australia, 1991. Worsnop, Thomas. The Prehistoric Arts, Manufactures, Works, Weapons, etc. of the aborigines of Australia. C.E. Bristow, 1897.
Top 10 Monster Attacks Caught On Camera And Spotted In Real Life It's hard to believe that monsters can exist in real life. But with the Internet age, we can find several tests that these creatures are prowling around the most inhospitable places in this world. But even though many people claim to have seen real monsters on the planet, others even mention that they have been attacked by these unknown creatures. Here are Top 10 Monster Attacks Caught On Camera & Spotted In Real Life In this top 10 list, we believe that monsters can exist in real life. Because this time, we will review those monster attacks that, but it's real or fake, happened in real life. here are Top 10 Monster Attacks Caught On Camera & Spotted In Real Life - Unbelievable Videos If you like my video please like share and comment subscribe to my channel Top10 Videosworld 🤍 follow me on twitter 🤍 #Creature #Monster #Animal
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A timeless tale of childhood adventure, adapted from Ethel Pedley's much-loved book, Dot and the Kangaroo captures an era of innocence and discovery, where Australia's wilderness is home to a variety of wide-eyed and inquisitive creatures ready to make friends. Follow the journey of settler's daughter Dot, a naive young girl lost and alone in the bush - a desperate child in need of help to find her way home. Overcoming her fears of the surrounding unknown, Dot is befriended by a big Red Kangaroo who is searching for her lost Joey. Safely nestled in the kangaroo's soft pouch, Dot has the trip of a lifetime, bounding from one adventure to the next - coming into contact with a variety of bush creatures along the way such as a koala, platypus, kookaburra and even a mob of angry dingoes. A unique blend of live action photography and cel animation from award-winning filmmaker Yoram Gross (Blinky Bill), with lively songs and music by Bob Young and John Palmer, Dot and the Kangaroo is a charming Australian entertainment for young at heart.
I read an old newspaper report about a Bunyip sighting on the Murrumbidgee River in 1849
Hi, thanks so much for watching! Croc girl leaves you and says goodbye, but as you make your way back home you hear a strange voice and noise - it's a bunyip girl of course, coming to eat you! Who on earth could help you get out of this situation? Twitter: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 00:00 bye, croc girl! 01:25 stalked in the bush (bunyip talking, heartbeat, nature, bushes) 09:25 stomach sounds, muffled talking #asmr #roleplay #bunyip
Time lapse video of pyrocumulus smoke clouds and bushfire activity from the Bunyip State Park and Gembrook bush fires in Victoria, Australia February - March 2019. LIKE & SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Photographed and shot safely from Kalorama lookout, Mt Dandenong, March 03 2019. Photos and video shot on Sony A7RIII camera with 24-105mm f4 lens. Shout out to DELWP and CFA and all others involved with firefighting or volunteering, for all the hard work combating these fires. Content copyrighted Cheers, Ben Cad #vicfires #cfa #bunyipstatepark #bunyipstateparkfire #victoria #bushfire #delwp #australiafires #bushfire #vicemergency #pyrocumulus - Music by: Pyres by Broken Elegance 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 #CFA #MFB #firefighters #australia #pyrocumulous #fires #vicfires #bunyipstatepark
The bunyip is a cavalcade of distinct forms, sounds, tales and shightings, all inexplicably filed under a single creature. In this video I attempt to detail the most significant examples, retelling all notable stories involving the shapeless bogeyman of Australia. Plus I also make a realistic version, as per usual. Detailed Bunyip artwork by TheStarBear Stockqueler's story altered: 🤍 Stockqueler's correction: 🤍 Bunyip sightings archive: 🤍 Another, more focused sighting collection: 🤍 Join my Discord here: 🤍 The Instagram gallery of the series: 🤍 I also have a twitter for some reason: 🤍 Music: There's Probably No Time by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Over Time by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Photo from Unsplash by Tania Richardson. Videos from Pexels: cottonbro; Greta Hoffman; Joshua Woroniecki; Los Muertos Crew; Matthias Groeneveld; Mohamed Jamshed; Pat Whelen; Pressmaster; Ron Lach; Ruvim Miksanskiy; Taryn Elliott; Tetrakis Sphericon; Vimeo; Zlatin Georgiev. Sounds from freesound: dapperdaniel; lloydevans09; inspectorj; stiffman; plasterbrain; breviceps; skkreativ; and vilkas-sound.
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GUYS! Hit subscribe, and thumbs up! Now, since making this little documentary, I have noticed there are other Bunyips around. There is one in Tasmania and another in NSW in the Southern Highlands. These seem to be extinct and vanished large BIRDS with strange REPTILE-like features. For example, the Bunyip described here was first seen by William Buckley, in Victoria. I'll tell you a little bit about him! William Buckley was a convict slave labourer at the failed colony of Sullivan Bay, which is not much of a bay really, having visited earlier this year. Just a stretch of beach where there were Captain Collins and others unloaded barrels. Captain's house was on a cliff to the right where they are currently actually building a beach house! Anyway if you look at the map you can see where all the houses used to be, etc. One day they decided to pack up and shift to Tasmania. It was a very interesting project for all concerned, however Buckley and a few other convicts decided to bolt, going bush. They didn't want to go to Hobart. Buckley lived nearly 30 years with the aborigines. He wrote in his biography that barely a month went by without some kind of killing, which really sickened him. Anyway, he spotted the Bunyip several times. He was the ONLY white man in Victoria during this time, except for another short-lived colony established to block off an island the French Ship Astrolabe named French Island. Melbourne was not established until 1835. Enjoy! If you like some of my ideas, check out a book I wrote, on pyramids! 🤍 Important links: Old School Website 🤍 New Site 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Book 🤍 Videos collected together 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to this channel! I now have a second channel. Self-help tips for success! 🤍 Subbing would be much appreciated! #William_Buckley #bunyip #cryptid #cryptozoology #Nick_Redfern
Kangaroo valley shy coast nsw , encounter with an animal not yet discovered ,by white ,an anyway lol.
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The Bunyip song from Dot and the Kangaroo. It used to scare me when I was little. And that's why I love it today. Music and Lyrics by Bob Young, John Palmer, Marion Von Alderstein Performed by George Assang (with chorus) Lyrics below. Oh, the Bunyip's very bad And the Bunyip's very bold And they tell me that the Bunyip's Now a thousand years old. (Chorus) So you better come home quickly And you better hide very soon Or the Bunyip's going to get you In the Bunyip moon. The Bunyip's partly animal, The Bunyip's partly bird. The Bunyip makes the strangest sounds... That you have ever heard. (Chorus) The Bunyip's always nasty And the Bunyips very mean. He's the most unpleasant monster... That you have ever seen. (Chorus) ...in the moooooon (x3)
Do you really know the background to your favorite monsters and folklore creatures? Dive into the history of fear with these 5 MORE DISTURBING Folklore Monsters Explained! These are episodes 6 - 10 of my new show, Freaky Folklore, hosted by Carman Carrion! These episodes feature the La Llorona, The Rake Creepypasta, Bunyip, Vodyanoy, and Jiangshi! Freaky Folklore and the Darkness Prevails Podcast are both owned and copyrighted by the Eeriecast Podcast Network. This network belongs to me, Darkness Prevails. Carman Carrion is paid to write, edit and host the Freaky Folklore Podcast. Follow Carman Carrion! 🤍 🤍 🤍 WATCH SEASON 1: 🤍 SCARY STORIES TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 0:57 La Llorona 36:29 The Rake 1:10:57 Bunyip 1:44:37 Vodyanoy 2:18:04 Jiangshi Narration by Carman Carrion! Vodyanoy Artwork and Jiangshi Monster Illustration/Background Edits by 🤍YeahManTV 🤍 Bunyip Artwork by Marina Krivenko 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music and sound effects used in the Freaky Folklore Podcast has or may have been provided/created by: CO.AG: 🤍 Myuu: 🤍 Jinglepunks: 🤍 Epidemic Sound: 🤍 Kevin MacLeod: 🤍 Dark Music: 🤍 Soundstripe: 🤍 LINKS: Subscribe to and Listen to ALL my podcasts! 🤍 Follow us on Spotify! 🤍 Follow and Review us on iTunes! 🤍 Submit Your Story Here: 🤍 Get Darkness Prevails Podcast Merchandise! 🤍 Subscribe on YouTube for More Stories! 🤍
The Dreamtime is the Aboriginal worldview. It consists of many different dreaming's. If you look long enough at a bird, stone or a wave, you'll be surprised at what you will find. A surfing journey throughout Australia like never before. Featuring: Luke Egan, Munga Barry, and Mark Occhilupo. The music of Not Drowning Waving, Schnell- Fenster, Yothu Yindi, The Woodentops, Concrete Blonde and INXS.
Do you remember something from your youth that you realize in hindsight that thought it may seem innocent was scary and scarring? That’s considered a Kindertrauma. Today’s #NTVFlashback is a personal Kindertrauma of NTV’s Jamie B. As a child, he would see the film ‘Dot & The Kangaroo’ on TV. It was an animated film which used live action Australian scenery as it’s backgrounds, and featured the wildlife of the continent Down Under. However, there is one segment of the movie that effected him deeply, and he feels stronger surviving every viewing. We proudly present to you “The Bunyip’s Gonna Get You”.
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fleeing in terror from a cranky Australian Bunyip... according to the The Geelong Advertiser on the 2nd July 1845, "The Bunyip, then, is represented as uniting the characteristics of a bird and of an alligator. It has a head resembling an emu, with a long bill, at the extremity of which is a transverse projection on each side, with serrated edges like the bone of the stingray. Its body and legs partake of the nature of the alligator. The hind legs are remarkably thick and strong, and the fore legs are much longer, but still of great strength. The extremities are furnished with long claws, but the blacks say its usual method of killing its prey is by hugging it to death. When in the water it swims like a frog, and when on shore it walks on its hind legs with its head erect, in which position it measures twelve or thirteen feet in height."
In the mist of creating one of my videos, I figured out that my most favored track from one of my most favored games, was not posted on YouTube. So I decided to share what I think is one of the best game music tracks of all time. Have fun listening. - By the way, the Bunyip is actually a mythical creature that I had no idea about (in the game it's a mech). 🤍
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Students of Geraldton Grammar School enacting Australian Tribal folk tale "Bunyip". The bunyip is a large mythical creature from Australian Aboriginal mythology, said to lurk in swamps, billabongs, creeks, riverbeds, and waterholes. The origin of the word bunyip has been traced to the Wemba-Wemba or Wergaia language of Aboriginal people of South-Eastern Australia.