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    December 1, 2019

    Hello Friends we will discuss list of deadliest Indian rail accidents which took 1000 of lives Bihar train derailment on June 6, 1981 passenger train carrying more than 800 passengers between Mansi (Dhamara Pul) and Saharsa, India derailed and plunged into the river Bagmati After five days, more than 200 bodies were recovered After five days, more than 200 bodies were recovered Estimates of total deaths range from 500 to 800 or more. The accident is among the deadliest-ever rail accidents on record The cause of the accident is uncertain as the accident was not well documented There are multiple theories: Cyclone , flood brake failure while trying to avoid hitting a water buffalo Next on list is Firozabad rail disaster occurred on 20 August 1995 occurred on 20 August 1995 at 02:55 AM accident happened between “Kalindi Express and Purushottam Express” the “Kalindi Express” from Kanpur unable to proceed as its brakes were damaged after hitting a cow It was then struck from behind at a speed of 70 Kmph by the Purushottam Express Three carriages of the Kalindi express were destroyed the engine and front two carriages of the Purushottam Express were derailed Most of the 2200 passengers aboard the two trains were asleep at the time of the accident The next accident on list is Gaisal train disaster occurred on 2 August 1999 killing at least 290 people Unofficial totals have claimed that over 1000 or even more were killed The crash occurred at about 1:45am on 2 August when the Avadh Assam Express from New Delhi was stationary at the Gaisal station Through a signaling error the Brahmaputra Mail from Dibrugarh was transferred onto the same track as the express train No one on either train or in the signals and station master’s office noticed the error As a result, Brahmaputra Mail train crashed headlong into the front of the Avadh Assam Express he crash involved such high speeds that the trains exploded upon impact passengers from both trains were blown into neighbouring buildings and fields by the force of the explosion The next accident on list is Khanna rail disaster occurred on 26 November 1998 near Khanna on the Khanna-Ludhiana section Calcutta-bound Jammu Tawi-Sealdah Express collided with six derailed coaches of the Amritsar-bound “Frontier Mail” which were lying in its path At least 212 were killed in total the trains were estimated to be carrying 2,500 passengers The next railway accident on list is Pukhrayan train derailment On 20 November 2016 the Indore–Patna Express a scheduled train from Indore to Patna derailed near Pukhrayan, Kanpur, India resulting in at least 150 deaths and more than 150 injuries. It is the deadliest train accident in India since 1999 when the Gaisal train disaster claimed 290 lives cause of the accident is still unknown Some sources speculated the train to have been overcrowded sources in the railways suspected rail fracture Some survivors claimed that one of the coaches was making noise The Next Accident on list is Jnaneswari Express train derailment derailment occurred on 28 May 2010 46-centimetre (18 in) length of railway track was missing At 01:30 local time, a train with 13 carriages passing over the missing track derailed. The derailed train was then struck by a goods train travelling in the opposite direction. At least 141 people died and more than 180 people were injured. Initially there was uncertainty as to whether the attack was a result of a blast The next railway disaster or accident is Rafiganj rail disaster Howrah Rajdhani Express train derailed over the Dhave River 300-foot bridge over the Dhave River near the town of Rafiganj near Gaya on 10 September 2002 Howrah Rajdhani Express was heading towards New Delhi when the tragedy happened Fifteen of the eighteen train cars derailed and fell across the tracks , two of them tumbling into the river beneath People killed as high as 200. At least 150 people were injured. Main reason was missing “fish plates” I want to tell my story here When this derailment happened I was traveling by the next train behind this train in purushottam express My train was stopped to give line to the howrah rajdhani express and it has overtaken us and the train met the accident I was passing this place on the other side of the tracks and have seen it live There are lot of other accidents I dont have much information regarding them as many of them are not documented as some are very old I have given names of these railway accidents in the description box Please do tell me the reaction regarding the video and post in comments about any information you want to know in future I will make videos on them.Thanks

    World’s Top 10 Horrifying And Dangerous Railways | ప్రపంచంలో 10 భయంకర రైలు మార్గాలు | With Subtitles
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    World’s Top 10 Horrifying And Dangerous Railways | ప్రపంచంలో 10 భయంకర రైలు మార్గాలు | With Subtitles

    November 25, 2019

    Hi, friends!
    Welcome to TFC Media Planet Leaf… Many people feel that they cannot have the comfort that found during the train journey in any vehicle. We all know that we can travel comfortably by sleeping on berths if we have the reservation. So many of us feel that the train journey is correct if we want to travel comfortably. But few journeys in the world would make you feel the fear than comfort. Travelling through those ways, it would be like seeing the borders of the hell. In this video, I am going to show you 10 most dangerous railways which turned the train journey into a nightmare. Before knowing those things… For more animated videos along with 3D Panchatantra stories which could give happiness, knowledge and intelligence to the children… Subscribe to our Slate Kids channel. Along with that channel, we posted our other channels links in the description below this video. Australia has become one of the famous tourist countries in the world. Even in this country which has been well developed in all the sectors, there is a horrifying railway which scares the public. Its name is Kuranda Scenic Railway Line. This runs between Cairns and Queensland in Australia. The trail running on this railway line passes through the Barron Gorge National Park. As part of this journey, several times the train passes very closely to small and big waterfalls. Stoney Creek waterfall is one of the important among them. While this journey which happens at the edges of the mountains and the terrifying bridges make few people feel the thrill… It creates the fear in many. During the journey, while the trains reach the destination… We see several sceneries while going through small villages and towns. The people will not face any trouble by arranging the railway gates at such regions. But you will get goosebumps by looking at a railway in Thailand. In that country, the railway line that runs between Wongwian Yai and Bangkok is called as Maeklong Railway. On the of this railway line, the train runs through the market there for some distance. This market is also called as umbrella pulldown market. When the train runs through this market… There the vendors take away all their things inside… And pull back their tents. They will come on to the track as soon as the train passes away. To see that strange market… Daily several tourists visit that place. The people who see that situation say that they get scared… Thinking of what if someone falls under the train by mistake while it is passing through. In Myanmar which is one of our Asian countries, there is a railway line called Gokteik Viaduct. There the people say that we should have more courage to travel through that way… We can understand how dangerous the way is. This railway became famous as the world’s longest railway trestle line. In that country, joining two towns in the hill station called Pyin Oo Lwin… This bridge was built in 1900. This entire bridge was built with the support of 15 towers and stretches 689 mts. This railway at the height of 820 feet from the earth passes through the hills and forests. While this place gives a good experience to few people… But many will get a 102-degree fever to travel on that bridge once again in their life. Tren de Las Nubes is the famous railway line in Argentina. Many brave tourists would get excited to travel through this way. Because this is the fifth highest railway in the world. When it reaches few bridges… There the height will be 13850 feet above mean sea level. Between this railway line, there are 29 bridges, 21 tunnels, 13 viaducts, 2 spirals and 2 zig zags. While travelling on this journey, you might have never faced such speed of your heartbeat. Do you know where the world’s longest railway line is located? You have to visit Russia to know. This railway line built from Moscow in Russia to Russian Far East is called as Trans-Siberian Railway. The length of this railway is 9289 km exactly. The train runs in this way passes through Mongolia, China and North Korea. This railway was built between 1891 – 1916. As it is so longest railway, the train has to pass through the dangerous areas at the mountain edges. At the time when the train reaches those places, the passengers in that train pray to the god to save them from the danger… With that, you can understand how horrible the situation will be there. Georgetown Loop Railroad in Colorado region of America is famous as the beautiful and scariest railway. It was built in the Rocky Mountains in Clear Creek County. On this railway, the trains were made run between 1899-1938. Well, as many places on this way scared the passengers… This railway was closed in 1939 as it is the most dangerous. Well, the trains were operated by this way from 100-year anniversary of its construction in 1984. A railway line called Ferrocarril Central Andino in Peru country, South America… It is the second highest railway line in the world. This entire railway line is between the Andes mountains. The train runs on this railway line of length 332 km, through 61 bridges, and 65 tunnels. This train runs through the slopes of the mountain and looks scary. At some places, the railway tracks are divided into two. While the train reaches those places, mostly our heart beat will stop. Even if a small mistake takes place while travelling through this way… In the accident which takes place there, 95 percent of the passengers have to walk towards hell. Devil’s Nose Train is another scariest railway line located in Ecuador in South America. Listening to this name itself we can say how dangerous the railway line is… This railway line is at the height of 9,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. On one hand, this railway line is at the edges of the mountains… At many places with the zigzag turnings, we get scared while the train takes a turn. To the people who see the scariest turnings on the mountain slopes, it would chase them lifelong like a nightmare. One of the world’s scariest railway lines is located even in our country. While crossing this railway bridge built on the sea between Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu and Pamban island… The passengers stop breathing and hold their heart… With that, we can understand how horrible that railway bridge will be. This bridge is called as Pamban bridge. The construction of this bridge was started in the month of August in 1911… And completed by February 1914. The length of this bridge will be about 2 km. On 23 December 1964, due to a super cyclonic storm… 150 passengers lost their lives in the sea. The Death Railway Line… Listening to this name, we can know how horrible that railway line will be. This railway line is between Ban Pong, Thailand and Burma. While constructing this railway line, nearly 1 lakh railway workers have fallen into River Kwai and died. As most of this railway line was constructed across the rivers and at the edges of the hills… The journey through this railway line will be scariest. If you see the pics of this railway line, then you will understand how dangerous it is. The one who knows about this railway line will never go in that way. If they go, then they will get scared even to board the train in their life again. That is why this railway line has got the name ‘The Death Railway Line’. So, friends… These are the 10 most dangerous railway lines in the world. I will be back with few more interesting videos. 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    Man Clings For His Life On High Speed Train – CAUGHT ON CAMERA
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    Man Clings For His Life On High Speed Train – CAUGHT ON CAMERA

    November 24, 2019

    An absolutely insane video is circulating
    on youtube, that shows a daredevil holding on to the back of a speeding train by its
    windshield wiper. Who is this daredevil, and what the heck was
    he thinking? I’m going to tell you everything you need
    to know, here for you on IO. Welcome to inform overload, where we discuss
    viral content. I’m charlotte dobre. A 23 year old man from perth Australia sent
    to get a psychiactric evaluation after he climbed onto the rear end of a train and held
    on by the windshield wiper. I guess that’s one way to avoid paying for
    the train. The train was going 68 miles per hour, or
    110 km per hour…which is high key really fast . So basically, if he fell, he would
    have been seriously injured, if not killed. Underneith the train, theres rail and concrete
    sleepers. Mix that with the speed of the train, and
    yeah, falling off would not have been pleasant. At around 4:30 pm on Saturday September 23rd,
    Motorists on the road beside the traintrack took the video, which is now going viral on
    the internet. He was spotted close to Glandalough station,
    and it was supposed to stop, but it didn’t. As the train approached glendalough station,
    the man moved back inside the carriage, and would likely have escaped arrest if the trains
    topped. He was arrested when he arrived at the next
    stop, stirling station, by PTA officers. This isn’t the first time someone has attempted
    a stunt like this. Its called train surfing, and usually people
    don’t get caught. The stunt is usually uploaded to facebook
    or youtube after the event, and the PTA doesn’t find out about it until way after the fact. These train surfers want to get on youtube,
    they want mainstream publicity. this was the first time officials were notified
    during an act like this, and were able to act accordingly. After being detained, he was taken to a hospital
    for a mental health assessment, he will likely face trespassing charges. At this time, the PTA doesn’t have a policy
    for dealing with train surfers, but its now considering creating one. Honestly dude, next time, just pay your train
    fare. Alright friends its time to respond to a few
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    11 Dangerous Railway Bridges In The World
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    11 Dangerous Railway Bridges In The World

    August 31, 2019

    facts verse presents dangerous railway bridges in the world number one kuranda scenic railway this railway runs from Kearns Queensland Australia to kuranda it is no longer used as a commuter rail and is now only used for freight services and as a tourist attraction it is 23 miles long to get from one end of the bridge to the other it takes about an hour in 55 minutes this includes the stop that the Train makes when it arrives at the waterfall number 2 Argo gede Train Railroad this train runs from Jakarta to Bandung each day it is a three hour ride that is as beautiful as it is dangerous at one point it passes over the suru tug pile on trestle bridge if you’re afraid of heights you should be sure not to look down to the deep subtropical valley below the last major accident on this train was in 2002 when it derailed number three trina– la nube Eze this train is also known as the train in the clouds it is the third highest railway in the world as it is 13,000 850 feet above sea level it connects salta in north central Argentina to the border of Chile in la poor Eva the railway has a total of 20 tunnels over ten via dots and bridges that are 13 miles high there are also very steep grades along the route you would need to be very brave to take a ride on this train number 4 chennai Rameswaram route this is a train that runs right over the Indian Ocean that was built in the 19th century due to the opposing force of the winds the train crosses the bridge very slowly it takes about 20 minutes to cross the bridge there have been some very serious accidents on the route due to strong winds the last major tragedy was in 1964 when the whole train was swept away in a storm it was the Dhanush Quixote cyclone that took the train off the tracks and it was one of the most powerful storms to strike the area number 5 Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway this railway is located in New Mexico and it is a tourist attraction it is the longest and highest steam railroad in the US with a track that is 64 miles long it passes between the border between Colorado and New Mexico the great heights at the winding track makes it one of the scariest railroads in the world number six the White Pass and Yukon Route this railway is a three foot narrow gauge railroad it links the port of Skagway Alaska with Whitehorse this train has had a variety of accidents which is what makes it so dangerous in 1951 the train caught a guardrail with its snowplow and it rolled over on its side in 2006 there was a serious derailment which killed on section worker in July 2014 the train derailed again where nine people were seriously injured number seven Georgetown loops railroad this is a 3-foot narrow gauge railroad that is located in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado the railroad route is four and a half miles long and its highest elevation is 640 feet it runs along mountainous terrain it goes over trestles fills cuts and a grand loop it is not just the train ride that is scary at the halfway point passengers can get off the train and walk five hundred feet into a mine tunnel number eight Oso minami route the assaut minami route is a railway that is very scenic and beautiful in some areas and very dangerous in others this train goes over a trestle that is thousands of feet off the ground the track gauge is just three feet six inches long and the line length is 11 miles the fact that this track goes from beautiful to terrifying makes this Railway one of the most dangerous in the world number nine the Burma railway aka the death railway this is a two hundred fifty eight mile railway that runs between Bangkok Thailand and Andrews yacht Bora the track gauge is a bit over three feet and the railway runs for 258 miles while this bridge does have its dangerous points along its route it is known as the death railway because of all of the workers that died while building the railroad the estimated number of deaths was twelve thousand 621 this was just in the matter of the six years that it took to construct the railway number ten by panjang bridge this is one of the most dangerous railway bridges in the world it is 1854 feet high and it spans over 2,000 362 feet it is considered one of the highest bridges in the world what makes it even scarier is that it has a hill that makes you feel like you’re on a roller coaster this railway at its highest point is considered to be the highest railway in the world anyone who has ridden this train and went over the loop will agree that it is the scariest train ride they could ever expect to take subscribe for more [Music] you

    Top 10 Dangerous Railway Tracks In The World
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    Top 10 Dangerous Railway Tracks In The World

    August 29, 2019

    10 Dangerous Rail Routes You Gotta Travel How many times have you found yourself day
    dreaming about a long vacation? Yea, it happens frequently and there aint
    any harm done! Those gorgeous beaches, sky high mountains,
    cosy resorts and tons of yummy food, who doesn’t want that? Your little dreaming adventure took you to
    places, having fun but there aint a thing about your journey, now that’s totally unfair! You obviously were planning to fly to your
    destination but rail roads have a charm like none other. The scenic views are impossible to beat in
    general but if you have a thing for thrills, we have you covered with these insane routes
    that will get the adrenaline pumping in you! Number 10. Georgetown Loop Railroad, Colorado
    A rail road some 195m high in the mountains has all it takes to attract people from around
    the world. Hundreds of people every year book tickets
    on the train to travel the 4.5 miles from Sliver Plume to Georgetown. This 3ft narrow gauge is located in the Rocky
    Mountains and can set your heart rate flying so think twice before you attempt this journey! But the gorgeous views from that height will
    do their best to distract you from the fear, uhmmm it might just increase that feeling
    also, not sure! Number 9. Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad, New Mexico
    The 64 miles between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado host a 3ft narrow gauge
    heritage railroad that you just have to travel! It was built in 1880 as a part of Rio Grande
    Railroad San Juan Extension and since 1971 carries tourists through the scenic mountains! The name of the route is derived from spots
    it passes, Toltec Gorge which stands at 800ft and the 10,015ft high Cumbres Pass which is
    the highest pass in US! If loops, trestles, tunnels and narrow ledges
    don’t scare you, this is where you have to be right now! Number 8. The Death Railway, Thailand
    The 250-mile railway stretch from Ban Pong, Thailand to Thanbuyuzayat, Burma is a famous
    one, any idea why? Doesn’t the name ‘The Death Railway’
    ring a bell in your ears? This track was built after the World War 2
    with the help of prisoners of war and Asian slave laborers. The whole railway line sings the saga of the
    horrendous past of Thailand because during the 16 months that it was being constructed,
    nearly one hundred thousand laborers died! It might offer you incredible views but you
    will never look at it the same way now! Number 7. White Pass & Yukon Route, Alaska
    This 110-mile-long track connecting Alaska and Skagway was first opened in 1900 but had
    to be shut down in 1982 due to the collapse of the mining industry. It was reopened in 1988 as a heritage railway
    for tourists who want to delve into the scenic beauty of mountains and glaciers, keeping
    the thrill factor intact! You ask where does thrill and adventure make
    their way here? Well, it escalates to a height of 3000m so
    hold your breath while you are there, looking outside the window might be scary! Number 6. Tren a las Nubes, Argentina
    You know the route is special when it is called the ‘Train to clouds’, uhmm you don’t
    come across many trains taking you there, isn’t it an airplane’s job? That might just not be true because hello,
    this track is 4220m above sea level making it the 5th highest railway in the world. Going from the Argentine Northwest to the
    Chilean border, Tren a las Nubes was built originally for economic reasons in 1948 but
    now acts as a heritage railway for tourists. You’ll be mesmerized by numerous zigzag
    lines, 21 tunnels and 13 bridges that you will pass during your journey! Number 5. Kuranda Scenic Railroad, Australia
    This railway runs from Cairns, Queensland to the town of Kuranda, across the Barron
    Gorge National Park and is more of a tourist attraction than a regular commute up the mountains! The line was built between 1882 and 1891 and
    stretches for about 23 miles taking almost 2 hours to reach the top including the stops
    at the falls. Your journey will be eventful keeping in mind
    the 15 tunnels, 40 bridges, 93 curves and waterfalls that you’ll pass by, even getting
    a bit of sprinkling from them, sounds romantic? Number 4. Chennai-Rameswaram Route, India
    One of the most scenic rail routes of India is also a scary one, double fun! It includes a 1.2-mile-long bridge that connects
    Rameswaram on Pambam island to mainland India. The most interesting part is that it is the
    first cantilever bridge in India and was built over the course of 14 years, completed only
    in 1914! Standing at 12.5m above sea level, the bridge
    can be raised at the center to allow ships to pass. Though it stands strong on 143 piers, strong
    ocean currents and cyclones can cause serious damage to the bridge and train, yikes! Number 3. Narizdel Diablo or Devil’s Nose Train, Ecuador
    The 45-minute ride from the town of Alausi to Silambe is a dreamy one with mountains
    around, cool! Situated at 2700m above sea level, the Devil’s
    Nose section is considered among the most difficult railways to engineer and we can’t
    doubt that! Though the views are mesmerizing, they will
    vanish from your sight once you reach the vertical drop of 500m, the ride might restore
    your faith in God! You won’t want to climb onto the roof of
    the train for fear of your life, not that you are allowed to as it is! But you can still enjoy the thrill that will
    come with this ride unsaid! Number 2. Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway, United Kingdom
    Back in the 19th century, it was difficult for the two towns of Lynton and Lynmouth to
    rise economically due to the high cliffs between them. Therefore, in 1890, a railway line joining
    these two towns became operational, a good move we should say! While on the journey, you get mesmerizing
    views of Exmoor and the North Devon Coastline but don’t get too carried away, the thrill
    is waiting! There is a steep 500ft cliff with a 58% gradient
    that will leave you astounded! So get yourself on any of the two cars each
    carrying 40 people to delve into the natural beauty! Number 1. Aso Minami route, Japan
    Imagine yourself on a train that passes close by an active volcano! That is surely not many people’s dream vacation
    but we can’t deny that the experience would be pure thrilling! Not that the volcano is always erupting but
    being in a close vicinity of one that may just erupt…ooh we got goosebumps! The railroad connecting Takamori to Tateno
    Station in Minamiaso is without a doubt Japan’s most dangerous rail routes and you aren’t
    wandering off there with a weak heart by any means! Which of these railway lines seem the most
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    Dangerous railroad crossings

    August 21, 2019

    it was a channel 2 investigation that shed light on a danger for drivers railroad crossings putting motorists at risk now on the heels of our report we’re seeing what that danger looks like from another view aboard the train itself channel 2 investigator Mario Diaz live in the newsroom with that Union Pacific ride-along you’ll see only on 2 tonight Mario Domonique channel 2 investigates went along for the ride just over 24 hours ago and what we saw was some of those dangerous images but we also saw enforcement his back wheels are sitting on the second set of tracks this is the danger Channel 2 investigates saw firsthand earlier this month the railroad crossing at Cravens Road in u.s. 90 Missouri City has recorded nine accident incident reports since 2012 as we exposed the issue for drivers including big rigs getting jammed up at the crossing with no room to go we saw the danger developed quickly and clearly he stopped right now he’s jammed up and this is what happens he has nowhere to go and he’s been sitting here now for seconds is this frosting engineered properly not for commercial traffic and my opinion is now on Thursday channel 2 investigates jumped onboard with Union Pacific to see what train engineers see this time we saw a different issue emerge poor decisions by drivers now you got gates to let slash the rich look at the crew telling us this is an everyday occurrence routine you know the reason someone’s always in her drivers stopping on tracks or close to them the train was to come through on this day HPD was watching pulling over the driver for crossing violations now Missouri city officials tell me that since our investigative report the city has informed text out of what we uncovered in that investigation the city also is holding continuing discussions on two potential safety / mobility options that will involve multiple partners but no plans to change this crossing in the immediate future more it is KPRC channel 2 news



    August 13, 2019

    – [Coyote] You ready? – [Cameraman] Oh,
    spider, huge spider! Right there right there,
    Oh, whoa. right there, right there.
    Is that a tarantula? – [Coyote] No no no no no. I think that’s a
    funnel web spider. – Okay, a bite from this
    is potentially lethal. I’m just gonna set that down
    and see if I can coax it. It’s in, it’s in
    there, it’s in there. (highly energetic music) Australia’s arguably the most dangerous continent
    in the world. I’m sure that as your
    imagination begins to run wild, you are likely
    thinking about being snatched from a river’s
    edge and eaten alive by a giant Saltwater Crocodile. Or perhaps you are envisioning
    how terrifying it would be if you were to stumble
    upon and be bitten by one of it’s incredibly
    venomous snakes, like the Eastern Brown. However, it’s not
    only the reptiles that you need to be weary off. Tonight we are exploring
    just outside of Sydney, the most densely populated
    city in Australia, which also happens to be home to the world’s deadliest spider,
    the Sydney Funnel Web. Armed with a set
    of massive fangs, and an incredibly toxic
    venom, just a single bite from this spider has the
    ability to kill a human. Sounds terrifying, yet these
    spiders are rather illusive and tend to avoid
    humans at all cost. In fact, they can be
    rather difficult to find, as building their silk
    lined, funnel shaped burrows under rocks or in rotting logs keeps them hidden
    and out of sight. Ooh, covered in ants,
    watch out for that. Let’s go on the back
    side of this tree. There’s some logs
    to flip over here. So, unless you’re like me
    and are flipping over debris in the environment, your
    odds of encountering one are pretty unlikely. You ready? Lift this up. Oh, spider, huge spider. Right there, right there,
    Oh, Whoa. right there, right there.
    Is that a tarantula? No, no, no, no, no, I think
    that’s a Funnel Web Spider. Right there, just came out
    from underneath that log. Look at it’s
    abdomen, right there. Holy cow, that’s definitely
    a Funnel Web Spider. Hold on, I need to get
    it in this container. Oh my gosh, did you see? It’s a good thing I picked up
    the log from the other side. It was just burrowed
    right underneath there. – [Cameraman] That’s a
    tiny container, dude. That looks too big
    to be a Funnel Web. – [Coyote] No, no,
    no, it definitely is. Look at the front of it’s body. – [Cameraman] Oh yeah. – [Coyote] Wow, that
    spider’s so big, I don’t think it’s going
    to fit in this container. Mario, you have that bigger jar? – [Mario] Yeah, I think might
    have one in my backpack. Hang on. – [Coyote] Let me see
    if I can peel back some of these grasses.
    It looks like a tarantula but, Ooh, it’s moving, hurry up. – [Mario] I understand, here. – [Coyote] Okay, bite from
    this is potentially lethal. I’m just going to set that
    down and see if I can coax it. I’m going to try to coax it
    right into the container. Now they cannot jump but
    they will lunge forward. Oh, it’s in, it’s
    in there, it’s in. There we go. Wow, look at that.
    Oh yeah. That is 100 percent
    a Funnel Web Spider. – [Cameraman] That is a big one. – Wow, we can not
    miss getting this up close for the cameras. Okay, let me grab my bag and
    let’s head up to those rocks. Wow, that is without
    question a Funnel Web Spider. The question that remains
    is what species is it? I want to find a
    good, flat open rock. – [Cameraman] How about
    that one right there? – This? Yeah.
    Yeah, that looks pretty. – [Cameraman] Or that
    one. Is that better? – Yeah, that’s a
    little bit better. Let’s see if it will just
    sit on top of the rocks if it’s just like this. – [Cameraman] Yeah, I
    like this, this is good. – Wow. – [Cameraman] Let’s have a look. – That is intimidating. It does, it looks
    like a tarantula. I know you said,
    “Is it a tarantula? “You sure it’s a
    Funnel Web Spider?” 100 percent certain it’s
    a Funnel Web Spider. One of the ways that you can
    identify this species as such is they have a very
    bald cephalothorax. Now, they do have hairs on
    their legs, and on the abdomen, but that is how you can
    recognize a Funnel Web Spider, and that’s the perfect
    sort of place to find them. Underneath logs
    where they can wait and ambush for their prey. Now, they will also,
    obviously, be inside of burrows with those little funnel web
    systems, and whoa, am I glad that I picked up the log
    from the end that I did. Now, my fingers didn’t
    tuck underneath the log. I was on the top side
    and that’s why you always pick up a log from an
    area that you can see, because if you tuck
    your fingers underneath, you grapple onto that
    spider, and you take a bite, you are on your way to the
    hospital, without question. Okay, now, I know it’s probably
    kind of tough to see it inside of this container, so
    let me see if I can take it out and place it on the rock here, and let’s get some
    shots with you. Are you ready for that? – [Cameraman] Okay,
    let me help the guys break out the light real quick. – Okay,
    It’s getting dark. We’re losing light here. (dramatic music) Alright guys, we have
    the lights set up now, and in the lights, the
    spider is even more intimidating looking. You can see the sheen on the
    legs and the cephalothorax. Ah, it’s already cast
    a little bit of webbing inside the container
    there, and uh, I think if you guys are ready, let’s take it out
    of the container and see if it will just hold
    it’s ground here on the rock. Now, this is an extremely
    aggressive spider species, and often times, they won’t run, but what they will do is rear up and show you those fangs,
    and those front legs. Okay.
    We have to be very cautious. Yeah, I’m just going to
    gently tilt this down like this, and let’s
    see if it will crawl out and just stop right
    there, here we go. Okay, see if I can
    get it to stay still. Ooh, you stay, you
    stay, you stay. Actually, maybe I’ll do this. It seems to be more comfortable
    inside the container. – [Cameraman] Yeah,
    that works for me. How about you, Mario?
    Okay. This is such a dangerous spider. I mean, even more so
    than a wandering spider. – [Cameramen] Ohh.
    Okay. Look at those hooked legs,
    allowing it to hold on to the edge of the container. Let me see if I do
    this, maybe if I put the container over
    top of it, and give it just a second to
    stay right there. Now, one reason that
    the bite it so bad is that because when they
    bite, their fangs are so long, they actually will
    hook into you, hold on, and continue
    to pump venom. And it’s not like a Black
    Widow or a Red Back Spider where they might give
    you a warning bite. A bite from this spider
    species is full on, as much venom as I can inject. Okay, let’s try this. Everybody got a decent
    shot on the spider? There you have it, wow,
    and just for scale. Look at how big that
    spider is next to my hand. Not taking my eyes
    off of the arachnid. That is definitely as close
    as I feel like I can get. Alright Mark, let’s try this, I’m going to try to present it from just it’s still
    position, right there, and like all spider species,
    you see those very defined eight legs, but they also have
    very long pedipalps upfront and that helps them to
    grapple on to their prey, and when they rear up,
    they show those fangs, and their fangs are
    incredibly long. Longer, in some
    cases, than even some of the snake species
    here in Australia. Now, one of the reasons that
    this spider is considered so dangerous, is because
    they can often times be found in residential areas. The Sydney Funnel Web
    specifically is often times found right in
    people’s backyards. That’s why they tell
    you if you’re out there working in the garden, make
    sure you have on gloves. You can be tilling up
    dirt, accidentally grab one of these things, it bites
    you on the tip of the finger, and you may be seeing symptoms
    in as few as 15 minutes. Now, the immediate bite, you’re
    definitely going to notice. The fangs are long
    enough to draw blood, but immediately you’ll feel
    throbbing in your finger, and shortly after,
    you’ll start to feel a tingling in your
    mouth and lips. Now, if you’re bitten
    by one of these spiders, you want to apply compression
    to the entire arm. So, let’s say you’re bitten
    on the top of your finger, put compression straps up
    the length of your arm. That will help slow the movement of the venom into your body. Wow, that is impressive. Now, there are around
    40 recognized species of Funnel Web Spider, with
    one of the most dangerous being the Sydney Funnel
    Web, and I can’t identify exactly if this is
    a Sydney or not, but what we do want to do
    is actually take this spider back with us into civilization. Where we want to go is the
    Australian Reptile Park. They are, oh, it’s moving. The Australian Reptile
    Park is the one place in Australia where they
    actually extract venom from these spiders
    and then in turn build an antivenom for
    people that are bitten. So, this spider that
    we found right here, might actually be used
    to save some lives. How cool is that?
    Awesome. I think the best thing to
    do now is put a cap on this, place it in my pack,
    and call it a night. I’m Coyote Peterson,
    be brave, stay wild. We’ll see you on
    the next adventure. Alright, we are
    taking this spider to the Australian Reptile Park. Wow, what a find! Australia’s home to a collection
    of dangerous arachnids, from the Red Back,
    to the Huntsmen, and ultimately the Funnel Web. This beautiful continent is
    crawling with venomous spiders. Catching a Funnel Web
    Spider is something I had always hoped to do, and
    now with one in my possession, it was time that the crew and I headed to the
    Australian Reptile Park. Famous for being the only
    sanctuary of it’s type in Australia, they’re
    renowned for their spider and snake venom milking program. Will our spider’s venom be
    used to save human lives? Stay tuned for the
    fascinating conclusion as I get dangerously close
    to this creepy arachnid. And don’t forget, subscribe so
    you can join me and the crew on this season of
    Breaking Trail. Things are about
    to get dangerous. (animal noises)

    The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs In The World
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    The 10 Most Dangerous Jobs In The World

    August 12, 2019

    [Music] the 10 most dangerous jobs in the world underwater welder underwater welders face a series of dangers on the job every day including the risk of shock explosion decompression sickness and even wear on their dental fillings about 30 welders die out of 200 welders on the job annually crab fishermen 128 Alaskan crab fishermen died in 2007 alone which is 26 times more dangerous than the average job 80% of fatalities are due to hypothermia or being thrown overboard and drowning crab fishermen also suffer from serious injuries due to heavy machinery and gear loggers the logging industry has some of the highest work-related fatalities in the country with loggers being 30 times more likely to die on the job than most other career fields the majority of logging related deaths comes from equipment errors or trees falling on workers microchip manufacturers computer chips are created with numerous hazardous chemicals including arsenic and while manufacturing chips may not be immediately fatal there are long-term effects to health such as high rates of miscarriages birth defects cancer and respiratory illnesses bush pilots bush pilots have more risks in their career for less pay than average commercial pilots with a rate of 13 point 59 accidents for a hundred thousand flight hours the general aviation accident rate for pilots in Alaska is two times higher than pilots in the rest of the US [Music] bull riders bull riding his search in popularity since the 1990s with promises of big money for an eight-second ride but bull riders can suffer at least one significant injury per every 15 events they partake in including concussions broken bones and fractures which may not be worth of potential cash payout Steel Workers all those safety harnesses have been implemented Steel Workers still risk a fall from great heights the job also includes risk of serious injury from steel beams or walls collapsing on workers in 2005 Steel Workers still had a fatality rate of 56 deaths per 100,000 workers oil riggers most offshore oil riggers work 16-hour shifts often with very little sleep fires and oil rig explosions topped the list for job-related dangers with the rate of 27.1 deaths per hundred thousand offshore workers annually prostitutes prostitutes always run the risk of being arrested for selling sexual favors to John’s but even more dangerous are the threats of STDs rape and even physical assault or death the death rate for prostitutes is 204 deaths for every $100,000 snake milking is a dangerous yet completely necessary job that saves numerous lives per year while there are safety procedures in place each milking procedure has a high risk factor in fact snake milking has a low rate of people who have not been bitten while on the job [Music]