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"Silent Invaders" Sea Lamprey 2013
In this installment of Silent Invaders we investigate the history of the sea lamprey. This may be the most notorious of all invasive species for the sheer fact that they have almost wiped out an entire population of game fish in the Great Lakes. For more, visit http://www.FishingClub.com or http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/
Views: 1080202 NorthAmericanFishing
The Lamprey Trap - River Monsters
Jeremy gets a closer look at some live Sea Lampreys. Subscribe For More River Monsters™: http://bit.ly/1FWpuCI Follow The Adventure: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiverMonstersUK Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiverMonstersGlobal Website: http://www.rivermonsters.tv/
Views: 947958 River Monsters™
Paddlefish Parasites | Wild Mississippi
Silver lampreys are making snacks of the Mississippi's paddlefish population. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram Paddlefish Parasites | Wild Mississippi https://youtu.be/AzZao6SVMyc Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
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Sea Lamprey | River Monsters
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Silent Invaders Episode 1: Sea Lamprey
Wildlife Forever teams up with the North American Fishing Club and our other partners to produce our first television show: Silent Invaders. A quick moving information series on invasive species and what you can do to help protect you favorite waters. This is the series premier and the topic is the sea lamprey.
Sea lamprey panic response
A repellant for sea lampreys could be the key to better controlling one of the most destructive invasive species in the Great Lakes, says a Michigan State University researcher. To read more, go to http://news.msu.edu/story/9636 For related video see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBvYCBk_ZHM
The Lamprey
An excerpt from Episode 19 of our Endless Ocean: Blue World Let's Play. http://www.kisamayatsu.com/letsplay/EO2/ https://twitter.com/Chorocojo
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Lamprey Dissection - River Monsters
Jeremy meets with a Lamprey specialist to learn more about their anatomy. Subscribe For More River Monsters™: http://bit.ly/1FWpuCI Follow The Adventure: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiverMonstersUK Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiverMonstersGlobal Website: http://www.rivermonsters.tv/
Views: 3525229 River Monsters™
Pike attacks sea lamprey. Fishing with dead baits. Рыбалка: атака щуки на морскую миногу.
The project is supported by Salmo - http://www.salmo.com.pl/en/ No hook. I just fed him. If you’re lures (or any other fishing or outdoor gear/tackle) manufacturer or re-seller and you would like to show to the world how your products act/work above & underwater write me on contact [at] underwater-ireland.com Also if you are interested to display your adds or if you are interested in any kid of collaboration. If you would like to support ‘Underwater Ireland’ please follow this link - http://www.underwater-ireland.com/support.htm Если Вы производитель или продавец искуственных приманок (или других рыболовных снастей и пренадлежностей) и Вы хотели бы увидеть сами и показать миру свою продукцию в действии над и под водой пишите на contact [at] underwater-ireland.com Пишите также если Вас интересует возможность размещения своей рекламы или сотрудничества. Пройдите по этой ссылке если Вы хотите поддержать проэкт http://www.underwater-ireland.com/support.htm
5 Amazing Facts About The Lamprey
5 amazing facts about the lamprey. We countdown 5 amazing facts about the lamprey. The depths of the sea are riddled with mystifying wonders and bizarre ocean creatures. While most sea creatures are only terrifying in appearance, there are some ocean creatures that are frightening because of their hostile nature. The sea lamprey is one such creature. In this video we countdown 5 facts about the lamprey. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!
Views: 5083 Scary Nature
Lamprey Dissection 1
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Sea Lamprey in the Great Lakes
Paul Sullivan from the Sea Lamprey Control Centre shares information about Sea Lamprey in the Great Lakes.
Views: 6524 ShawTVSSM
Terrifying Huge Lamprey
"When it comes to stocking up on material for nightmares, it's hard to beat this photo of what appears to be a monstrous sea lamprey. Reddit user jlitch uploaded the picture in mid-February with the deceptively innocent tagline, "Friend... caught this fishing in NJ."* An enormous, toothy sea lamprey was found and killed by a man in New Jersey, who then posted the picture on Reddit. How did a sea lamprey get into a New Jersey river? Ana Kasaparian and John Iadarola (Host, TYT University) discuss. *Read more from Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/26/sea-lamprey-photo-new-jersey_n_2766048.html http://www.facebook.com/theyoungturks
Views: 769791 The Young Turks
Sea Lamprey originally came from the oceans and is known to act as a parasite towards fish once fully grown. Like most invasive species that find their way into the Great Lakes, they tend to do more bad then good for the ecosystem. This created an issue for the commercial fishing due to the Sea Lamprey killing off large amounts of fish which forced the creation of a new commission.
Views: 455 ABC 10 UP
Sea Lamprey on Buzzards Bay Striped Bass
When out fishing in Buzzards Bay we had an interesting catch. A striped bass with a sea lamprey attached. Let's hope we don't find this to be as previlent as they do in Lake Champlain or the Great Lakes.
Views: 57367 Phil Cronin
Sea Lamprey Population Control | Michigan State University
Michigan State University scientists and students are luring destructive sea lampreys out of the water by releasing a synthetic chemical and foiling the mating process of the invasive species. More information at http://www.msutoday.msu.edu.
Our Sea Lamprey (petromyzon marinus)
Taken at the Maritime Aquarium 2/12/12
Views: 2637 Danielle Havok
Sea Lamprey Documentaries
A series of three documentaries created by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission about Sea Lamprieys.
Views: 3049 RiadMovieChannel
Basic external and internal anatomy of a sea lamprey, a parasitic jawless fish in the Class Petromyzontida. This video was produced by C. Ernst, a Teaching Assistant 2013
Views: 109611 MacOrganisms2
How to eat a Sea Lamprey.wmv
In our quest to catch and eat every species of freshwater fish in New Hampshire, we had a chance to eat a sea lamprey! Enjoy
Views: 20378 Clay Groves
Sea Lamprey anatomy_9.21.17
This is a companion to another video on studies of the swimming performance of Sea Lamprey, an invasive species in the Great Lakes. In it, Jan Jeffrey Hoover of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi, explains how Sea Lamprey differ from true fishes.
Views: 1321 LMRCC Tube
Sea lampreys (and a river lamprey) nest building, Lower River Shannon SAC
Sea lamprey Petromyzon marinus and River lamprey Lampetra fluviatilis in the same redd. Lower River Shannon Special Area of Conservation, June 2015.
Views: 600 Ecofact
The sea lamprey was one of the first invasive species to make a name for itself in the Great Lakes ecosystem.
Views: 2536 BlueDaisy
Sea lamprey panic response -- underwater view
A repellant for sea lampreys could be the key to better controlling one of the most destructive invasive species in the Great Lakes, says a Michigan State University researcher. To read more, go http://news.msu.edu/story/9636 For related video see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxvorkIBbOo
Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) breathing
Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) breathing. Video taken in the Gijon Aquarium, Spain Attribution: By Vassia Atanassova - Spiritia (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons. ________________________________________ Sea lamprey (Wikipedia): The sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) is a parasitic lamprey found in the northern Atlantic Ocean along shores of Antarctica and North America, in the western Mediterranean Sea, and in the shores of the Great Lakes. It is brown, gray, or black on its back and white or gray on the underside and can grow up to 90 cm (35.5 in) long. After several years in freshwater habitats, the larvae undergo a metamorphosis that allows young postmetamorphic lampreys to migrate to the sea or lakes and start the hematophagous feeding.[1] Some individuals can start the hematophagous feeding in the river before migrating to the sea,[2] where sea lampreys prey on a wide variety of fish.[3] The lamprey uses its suction cup-like mouth to attach itself to the skin of a fish and rasps away tissue with its sharp, probing tongue and keratinized teeth. Secretions in the lamprey's mouth prevent the victim's blood from clotting. Victims typically die from excessive blood loss or infection. After 1 year of hematophagous feeding, lampreys return to the river to spawn and die, one year and a half after the completion of metamorphosis.[4] Lampreys are considered a delicacy in some parts of Europe, including South-Western France, but are not commonly eaten in the Americas.
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Lamprey: Ancient Bloodsucking Parasites | Earth Unplugged
Lamprey are infamous for their bloodsucking behaviour but little else is know about the life cycle of these ancient creatures. Lizzie Daly heads to Ireland to track some down in the wild. Subscribe to Earth Unplugged: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged Lamprey are prehistoric animals that have a bad reputation for their nightmarish mouth parts. Special Thanks to Dr. William O' Connor: www.ecofact.ie Animal Slow Motion: http://bit.ly/EarthUnpluggedSlowMotionTimelapse Big Questions with Maddie Moate: http://bit.ly/BigQuestionsWithMaddieMoate Wilderness Sessions: http://bit.ly/WildernessSessionsFilms Welcome to Earth Unplugged! We make films about the incredible natural world, we investigate the conundrums, quirks and beautiful science of our amazing planet, delving into the BBC vaults and mixing it up with our own stuff to take a brand new look at Earth. Want to share your views? Join our fan panel: http://tinyurl.com/YouTube-BBCEarth-FanPanel This is a channel from BBC Studios, trading as BBC Studios, who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: http://bbcworldwide.com/vod-feedback--contact-details.aspx
Views: 70300 BBC Earth Unplugged
Invading Species Awareness PSA - Sea Lamprey
This public service announcement describes the problems associated with the Great Lakes Sea Lamprey invasion, and how Canada and the United States have been able to control their numbers. Brought to you by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Invading Species Awareness Program.
Views: 192409 OFAHCommunications
Swimming With The Lamprey - River Monsters
Jeremy experiences the bite of the Lamprey first hand to demonstrate why these blood-sucking creatures are so dangerous to swimmers. UK Viewers: Catch All New River Monsters Series 7 on ITV & ITV4 - April 2016 Subscribe For More River Monsters™: http://bit.ly/1FWpuCI Follow The Adventure: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RiverMonstersUK Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiverMonster... Website: http://www.rivermonsters.tv/
Views: 147380 River Monsters™
Lamprey Feeding on a Fish
Lamprey from the Little Pigeon River in East Tennessee attached to a goldfish
Views: 165409 Bill Sproat
Sea Lamprey
Views: 130 Rafit Jamil
Enhancing Sea Lamprey Control 11.27.17
Scientists at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi, are studying how to enhance control of invasive Sea Lamprey in the Great Lakes. They are studying whether certain medals can be used to guide lamprey into traps, and they are looking at whether attractive water flows can be generated for optimal trap placement. ERDC scientists are working with biologists from the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Views: 4267 LMRCC Tube
Sea Lamprey
Get a close look at an invasive Sea Lamprey! Watch out for these creatures - they latch onto fish and suck their blood. They are a major problem in the Great Lakes. Video created with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 37490 InlandSeasEdAssoc
Sea Lamprey
This video is about My Movie 2
Views: 106 Levi Hoey
Springville Dam Ecosystem Restoration Project - Sea Lamprey
The Springville Dam Ecosystem Restoration project proposes to restore the ecological connectivity of the upper and lower Cattaraugus Creek watershed down to the confluence of Lake Erie while continuing to block sea lampreys from spawning habitat in the upstream headwaters. Sea lampreys are an invasive species to the Great Lakes. Project partners include the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Erie County, and the State Historic Preservation Office. Recently the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services and Seneca Nation of Indians were at the dam trapping sea lampreys at the power house outflow and removing them from the creek. Traps are placed in the water and after a period of time the traps are raised and the sea lampreys are removed by hand from the trap. Other fish species caught in the trap are then released back into the creek. Next the team sorts and counts each sex, and measures the sea lampreys before disposing of them. The ecosystem restoration project proposes a similar trap and sort system at the top of the fish ramp to prevent the sea lampreys from traveling upstream of the dam into the upper watershed. Once the sea lampreys are sorted out of the trap, the remaining fish will be released to the upper creek. The proposed fish ramp will be closed during the sea lamprey spawning period to prevent upstream migration of sea lampreys. The sea lamprey migration can begin as early as March and may extend well into fall. The fish ramp could potentially be opened for fish travel to the upper Cattaraugus Creek and its tributaries following the sea lamprey spawning migration, pending approval by project partners. . Opening the higher quality upper watershed would potentially double the spawning habitat for fish in the creek. Other goals of the project are to design the dam structure to meet current dam safety standards and to maximize preservation of the original dam and power house. In 1996 the dam was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The project looks to minimize the historical impact by leaving as much of the original dam structure in tact as possible while meeting the project goals.
Sea Lamprey Spawning
This video showcases the behavior of sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus, spawning above the former Hopewell Mills Dam site in the Mill river, Taunton.
Views: 6412 MA MarineFisheries
Sea Lamprey
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Invasive Species: Sea Lamprey
Sea lampreys and what not. Curtis Seamann Kevin Seeger
Views: 19345 Curtis Saemann
Camp Lazlo Monkey and Sea Lamprey ride
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Sea Lamprey Video
Biology project
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Sea Lamprey Building a Nest (Underwater Footage)
Another short clip of a Lamprey moving rocks to construct a nest.
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2011 Sea Lamprey Alarm Response
Work from Summer 2011
Views: 382 Greg Byford
Lamprey eating Bristol Bay Salmon
This little bugger was a stowaway in one of our salmon!
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Sea Lamprey Rap feat. Sha Boi Terrio
Work Cited- https://docs.google.com/a/tcapsstudent.net/document/d/1PAk48rbX8fVSCyBBMTeeSLnVRZSyv-TrDNIxHbRP6qs/edit?usp=sharing Music Used in Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE9CeoqnsgI&index=1&list=LLCU7jwhIOO2YAL6J6JW0XqA Lyrics 231 is where we’re from, sea lamprey are really dumb Back in 1830s, That’s when it all began With the Industrial Revolution, in the land of Michigan We created these canals, all along our lakes Till one day we played ourselves, and it was the lampreys to take From deep in the Atlantic, that’s where they came Evolved strong with their natives, their ecosystem was tame So facing northern trout, would be notta thang With the Welland canal, built back in 1830 These lamprey had access, to do our lake trout dirty First they hit lake Erie, round year 1920 The site wasn’t pretty, for the Lamprey were plenty, From Clair to the superior, all others were inferior Before the slaughter, fisheries made bank Collecting millions, of fishies in there tanks And now they are suffering, with less than half that Lamprey are more aggressive than the average cat Lampreys are pest and there's no way to stop them No predator, creatures, or humans could flop em Lake trout, whitefish, and salmon populations are dropping while the sea lamprey are quickly popping GLFC is where it be, as the sea lamprey are making them crazy. The US fish, and the wildlife service, they make the Sea Lampreys, really nervous. Keep on going on like this, there would be no more trout to cry If all this continues, then all the fishes will die Trout population is dropping, faster than this mixtapes popping So how do we end this, when they ain’t stopping Lampricide, Traps, and different pheromones We’ve tried so many things, we might as well be twerking Now let me stop myself, before I get too far Their population has lowered, by time I drop this bar So at least we’re getting somewhere, with these killer beast If only we call the solberg to come and save us, please He could use his harambe abilities But till then, we have to stick with these barrier things Where they can no longer reproduce babies For the lampricide it’s different, it straight kills em’ But only during one stage and that is childhood It ends it in the larvae, so they don’t get to grow up Because if they did the dirty, then we messed up They multiply like crazy, birthing over 100 G’s Although mortality is high, that’s a lot of babies Now if you want my opinion, just let me tell you please These lamprey are stupid, they should go weast Cause if they wanna mess with us, then they should know (imma peacock you gotta let me fly)
Invasive Species (Sea Lamprey)
This is a school project that I had to do. Props to my teacher for being cool and not getting mad at us
Views: 121 BrassVenum
Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus)
Taken at the "Aquamuseu do Rio Minho" (River Minho Aquamuseum), located in Vila Nova de Cerveira (Portugal)
Views: 82515 BackpackTourist
Sea Lamprey
The Sea Lamprey is a nasty invader that has threatened the Great Lakes fishery for nearly 200 years. Visit http://www.invadingspecies.com for more information
Views: 1040 invspecies