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Columbia torrent salamanders spend their lives in and near cold and clear water bodies including mountain streams, springheads, waterfalls and seeps in older forests. They need loose gravel stream beds for hiding and foraging. They are highly connected to their water sources, but in times of heavy rainfall, they may venture into a nearby forest.
Southern torrent salamanders spend their lives in and near permanent, cold and clear water bodies including mountain streams, springs and seeps in older coastal coniferous forests. For a salamander, they are able to tolerate relatively dry forest conditions.
The Cascade torrent salamander generally has numerous medium-sized black spots and white-gray flecking along its tan back and sides and a bright yellow belly that has fewer spots. Adults can grow to just over four inches in total length.
Cascade torrent salamanders spend their lives in and near permanent, cold, fast-flowing and clear water including headwater streams, waterfall splash zones and seeps in older coniferous forests. Adults need gravel streambeds or other gravel areas with constant and shallow water flow for foraging and cover.
Sa Calobra means "snake" in Catalan. It is just the name of the village.Until 1932, the village was difficult to access, but in 1933 the road was built with tourists in mind to discover this natural gem.Torrent de Parreis, means river of the twins. It is because it is the junction of Torrent de Lluc and Torrent de Gorg Blau.
The walk is very easy.There is a flat, well-maintained path to reach the torrent.However, the get aligned and view the opening between the cliffs, you then have to walk a little on soft gravel / sand.
Finally, if you are short in time, just enjoy the beautiful drive along Ma-10. It is the road that takes you through the Tramuntana mountains from Pollença to Andratx.The views are some of the best on the island.
\"Sunday's concert will have the most performers in history, with a hundred singers and musicians from different generations..\"", "articleBody": "The traditional Torrent de Pareis concert, which is one of the most emblematic events on the Mallorcan summer calendar, returns at 17:30 on Sunday, with more performers than ever.\r\nOnly two editions have ever been cancelled, one in 2012 and the one last year, because of the pandemic.\r\n\r\nThe presentation at the Sa Nostra Culture Centre on Thursday was attended by Mateo Bennasar, Pau Cladera, Luc\u00eda Mart\u00edn, Diego Riera, Toni Solivellas and Jos\u00e9 Mar\u00eda Moreno, who outlined the calendar for the event. They also revealed that two opposing formations are coming together this year: the veteran Capella Mallorquina and the new Jove Orquestra Rot\u00e0ria.\r\n\r\n\u201cSunday's concert will have the most performers in history, with a hundred singers and musicians from different generations,\u201d said Jos\u00e9 Mar\u00eda Moreno, Director of the Capella Mallorquina and the Jove Orquestra Rot\u00e0ria.\r\n\u201cIt will be an opportunity and a privilege to perform among professionals accompanied by my friends,\u201d added Concertmaster, Pau Cladera, who\u2019s part of the Jove Orquestra Rot\u00e0ria and has a solo spot in the concert.\r\n\u201cThis formation is an educational project, which brings together young students from schools all over the island and offers them the opportunity to play with a symphony orchestra, something that did not exist in Mallorca until this orchestra was founded,\u201d explained Mateo Bennasar, who\u2019s a member of the Board of Directors of the Young Rotary Orchestra of Mallorca.\r\n\"We had to logistically condition the place because we\u2019ll be taking up more space than usual,\" said Moreno. \u201cThis privileged enclave provides wonderful natural acoustics.\u201d\r\nThe programme will consist of popular movements from great operatic works and zarzuela, such as La Traviata and Nabucco by Giuseppe Verdi; La Revoltosa by Ruperto Chap\u00ed and Carmen by Bizet.\r\nCapacity is limited to 2,000 people according to Escorca Mayor, Toni Solivellas, who explained that they don\u2019t expect to have that many guests, but that security controls at the entrance to Sa Calobra will be ramped up for the event and spectators will be counted as they enter \u201cto ensure strict compliance with the security measures.\"\r\nThe concert is free and the repertoire will be available via a QR code, there will be no paper programmes.\r\nTo reach the Torrent de Pareis you can take the Soller train from Palma at 10.00, 10.40 or 17.30 on Sunday.\r\nThere are boats connecting Puerto Soller with Sa Calobra, which will leave at 10.00, 12.00 and 15.15 and return 20 minutes after the concert ends.", "articleSection": "Holiday", "inLanguage": "en", "@type": "ReportageNewsArticle", "video": [ "@type": "VideoObject", "url": "https:\/\/youtu.be\/LbHARhqzL14", "encodingFormat": "video\/youtube", "width": 1280, "height": 720, "uploadDate": "2021-07-03T12:15:30+02:00", "description": "The Torrent de Pareis concert that took place in 2019.", "thumbnailUrl": "https:\/\/md.gsstatic.es\/sfAttachPlugin\/getPreview\/id\/71129", "name": "Sa Calobra, Torrent de Pareis Concierto 2019", "contentUrl": "https:\/\/youtu.be\/LbHARhqzL14" ], "image": [ "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "https:\/\/md.gsstatic.es\/sfAttachPlugin\/71129.jpg", "width": 1280, "height": 720, "thumbnailUrl": "https:\/\/md.gsstatic.es\/sfAttachPlugin\/getPreview\/id\/71129" ], "datePublished": "2021-07-03T11:58:00+02:00", "dateModified": "2021-07-05T10:25:41+02:00", "locationCreated": "@type": "Place", "name": "Palma de Mallorca, Espa\u00f1a" , "isAccessibleForFree": "true", "author": [ "@type": "Person", "name": "Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter", "url": "https:\/\/www.majorcadailybulletin.com\/author\/majorca-daily-bulletin-reporter.html", "image": "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "https:\/\/md.gsstatic.es\/author\/majorca-daily-bulletin-reporter\/8.png", "width": 128, "height": 128 ], "editor": "@type": "Person", "name": "wurquhart" , "publisher": "@type": "NewsMediaOrganization", "name": "daily", "logo": "@type": "ImageObject", "contenturl": "https:\/\/www.majorcadailybulletin.com\/images\/amp.png", "name": "Majorca Daily Bulletin", "width": 600, "height": 60 } Holiday Lifestyle The Torrent de Pareis concert is this Sunday The Torrent de Pareis concert that took place in 2019. Youtube: FLUXUS Reisen
Pretty silly horror movie about Dr. Carl Stoner (Strother Martin) who has perfected a drug that turns men into King Cobra snakes. (Yeah--I know it's ridiculous). WHY he wants to do this is never fully explained. He wants to use it on young David Blaine (Dirk Benedict)...but his daughter (Heather Menzies) is falling in love with him.OK--the story is more than a little silly but this is fairly watchable. They used real snakes in the film (as a statement at the beginning tells us) and just watching them is pretty interesting. The story itself moves pretty quickly and (science aside) is pretty involving. The acting helps--Martin is actually not bad as the doctor; Benedict (so young and handsome) is also pretty good as Blaine and Menzies overdoes it a little (particularly in an argument with Martin) but she's not bad. There's also some fairly impressive (for the time) makeup and special effects. It's OK. Trivia: Flashes of nudity (mostly from Menzies) are inexplicably "covered up" in the prints now in circulation. Strange--it was OK for a PG in 1973.
Dr. Carl Stoner (Strother Martin) experiments with snake venom which he injects into his intern (Dirk Benedict ) which slowly turns into a snake. Dr. Stoner is fascinated by the Garden of Eden story but never really ties it into the script. Lots of snakes. Some good snake trivia. Plot and characters are not that entertaining.Guide: No swearing. Implied sex. Blurred nudity.
A college student becomes lab assistant to a scientist who is working on a serum that can transform humans into snakes.This film is far from perfect. It could use a few more horror or science fiction elements, perhaps. Where it excels is with the use of real snakes and the knowledge that the professor has. I am not a herpetologist, and would not claim to be any sort of snake expert. But when the professor is explaining different things about snakes, it sounds very real, like he really knows what he's doing. So, well done on the script.The premise is a bit silly, but not overly so. This seems like the sort of thing that might be in a 1950s movie rather than a 1970s film from Universal. Director Bernard Kowalski (1929-2007), perhaps not surprisingly, is a veteran of such Roger Corman-produced films as "Night of the Blood Beast" and "Attack of the Giant Leeches". (Kowalski was director on both, but you can imagine that Corman had his fingers in the pie.)
A group of young people go on a graduation trip to a remote island. Unbeknownst to them, the island is the home of a monstrous-sized python. Though the kindly caretaker tries to help the young people, will they all be able to survive?(Source: Macy at MyDramaList) Edit Translation