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Top 10 BEST Disney Hollywood Studios Secrets! | Disney-MGM Studios History

Top 10 Disney-Disney Hollywood Studios Secrets & Facts! Today, we’re taking a look behind the scenes at the Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park at Walt Disney World, sharing the best history & facts about Disney MGM Studios. From Disney rides like Tower of Terror and Muppet Vision 3-D to extinct attractions like the Streets of America and the Backlot Tour, to the largest hidden Mickey at Walt Disney World! Disney-MGM Studios opened on May 1st, 1989 and used to be home to a working film studio. Over the years the park has seen a lot of changes including the loss of the working production studio, and more recently the construction of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, Toy Story Land and Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway! DON’T FORGET TO LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!*** ►http://bit.ly/2mfriBD ◄

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#10- Crossroads of the World
#9- Universal Idea- Backlot Tour
#8- Walt Disney’s Airplane
#7- Key Under the Mat (Muppet Vision 3-D)
#6- The Chinese Theatre
#5- Largest Hidden Mickey
#4- Rock N Roller Coaster (Studio A&B)
#3-Theatre of the Stars (Beauty and the Beast)
#2- Pull the Rope- Indiana Jones
#1- Tower of Terror

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“Pull the Rope at Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular Hollywood Studios Disney World” -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I85ZASKyTo4
“Key under the mat at Muppetvision 3D”- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkJV_CdL-_0
MGM and Magic Kingdom 1990- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22GW_2jhXBk
“1991 Beauty and the Beast – Live on Stage TV segment from Disney World Xmas Parade” -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n78mzY4ZNw

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Wild Ferrets – Tracing the History of Ferret Domestication

Wild Ferrets – Tracing the History of Ferret Domestication

Ferrets are mammals which belong to the sub-species Mustela putorius furo and are sometimes called as mustela furo. Today most of the ferrets are pets with some exceptions of wild ferrets.

The main reason for domesticating as with all wild animals was for hunting purposes. But there are different schools of thought about the original species that was domesticated to evolve the present sub-species of domesticated ferrets.

First school believes that the European polecat called as the Mustela putorius officially was the original ascendant of the domestic ferrets today.
The second school of thought believes it was the Steppe polecat of the Mustela eversmannii which could have also originated this species.
An altogether different thought is that a hybrid variety could have also been the originator of ferrets today.

Mitochondrial DNA reveal that it was probably first domesticated by the Egyptians around the 1500BC. But there is no present day indication s to substantiate this claim.

Around 425 BC, the Greeks show some evidence of domesticated the ferrets. As a matter of fact, the name ferret is derived from the Latin word ‘furittus’ meaning ‘little thief’. The Romans too could have used ferrets for hunting.

Present populations of ferrets are found in the Shetland Islands and in remote areas of New Zealand. The reason why they have survived here is because of the absence of competition and similar sized predators. In fact sever colonies of wild ferrets or feral ferrets are found in these geographic areas. New Zealand has the distinction of having the world’s largest ferret-polecat hybrids in the world.

It was only in the last decade of the twenty first century that one saw a sudden spurt in the ferrets becoming pets in the United States. Statistics show that by the end of 2006, there are approximately 100,000 and more domestic ferrets. The American Association of Ferrets sets the standards of categorizing the ferrets according to their colors and the concentration of the color distribution.

 

Clint is a ferret enthusiast who enjoys giving information about Wild Ferrets. You can learn more about taking care of ferrets the correct way at FerretCareHelp.com.

The History Of Perfume For Ladies And Its Current Popularity

The History Of Perfume For Ladies And Its Current Popularity
When it comes to perfume for ladies, since ancient times it has been very popular for women to wear and men to give to women. Even before the current fashions and fancy bottles of fragrances for women that are found in fine department stores and online, women still loved to experiment with different scents many years ago. Wearing the scents made them feel more self-confidence and of course, wowed the opposite sex.

The first type of perfume for ladies was used more than 4000 years ago and was used in the form of incense by the Mesopotamians. They soaked the incense, which was resin in water and oils and then rubbed the liquid on their bodies. They also used perfumes during the very long ancient embalming process, but this was used for both men and women at the time.

During the latter part of the 19th century is when fragrances for women became more popular as advances in mixing different fragrances together created beautiful smells. In addition, the perfumes began be mixed with ethyl alcohol as well several essentials oils. The alcohol helped to dry it on contact so that the skin did not remain oily when the fragrance was applied.

When speaking of perfume for ladies, it should be noted that the perfume itself is made with roughly 22 percent essential oils and therefore, is the most expensive form of fragrances. There are many cheaper forms of fragrances for women, such as the Eau de Toilette, which typically only has about 8 to 15 percent essential oils and the cheapest is the Eau de Cologne, which has approximately four percent essential oils.

The more essential oils that are used in the making of the perfume for ladies, the longer is lasts on the skin, the more natural it smells, and the more costly it is to purchase. Many of the pure perfumes are only sold in very fine department stores because of their value, whereas the cheaper Eau de Cologne can be found at your local drugstore and very inexpensive.

Ladies that love to wear various fragrances for women have found that while one fragrance may smell very good on them, it may not on someone else. This is due to everyone having unique body chemistry, and some notes in the perfume will blend well with the natural smell of a woman’s skin. Therefore, when men purchase perfume for their wives, girlfriends, or mothers, you would do well to ask them what their favorite scents are so that you buy one that she will wear.

Fragrances and essential oils used to make perfume for ladies has been around since ancient times because just like the women today, the sweet smell of oils is something they want to put on their skin to make themselves feel better and be more appealing to others. Today, the perfume industry is estimated to rack in sales of over $ 10 billion dollars, as most women have more than just one fragrance that they wear.

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