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One Year Ago I Built an Ecosystem, This Happened

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  • motorbikeRay
    motorbikeRay 3 tháng trước +65745

    20 years later: "...the wolves were taking over my tank ecosystem so I had to introduce a new top-level predator, the tiger."

    MIIRA MI Tháng trước +3567

    As a Geo Ecology student with great interest for film and animation I’d love a project where you would film a nature documentary about small live in an ecosystem only to zoom out in the end to show the audience, that what they thought was an entire rain forest is actually the tank in this guys living room. Imagine the amazement over the video perspective, scientific study, ecological experiment and human craftsmanship!

    • miaomiao
      miaomiao 4 ngày trước

      Imagine if earth was just a tiny ecosystem sitting in some alien creature’s shelf.

    • A2TheK
      A2TheK 14 ngày trước +1

      That's a wonderful idea, but won't happen as long as Biden is in office. God bless America 🇺🇸

    • Iroa Silva Bazani
      Iroa Silva Bazani 20 ngày trước


    • xthexskrillex
      xthexskrillex 21 ngày trước

      @Doodlebug i think thats whats happening to us :O

    • Doodlebug
      Doodlebug 21 ngày trước +1

      @xthexskrillex That's one thing I love so much about keeping small animals. It's so crazy to think you essentially design their whole world, almost like a god, and then getting to see how they interact with it.

  • Len X
    Len X 2 ngày trước +1

    This is one of the most interesting thing i ever saw on yt.
    The time, the effort, the knowledge and the money you needed for making this video, really deserve respect. Bravo.
    When i first heard that all the gekos were female i thought of Jurassic Park, then they even started to reproduce and it really started to look like Jurassic Park XD

  • Culfax
    Culfax Ngày trước +2

    I low-key want to make an ecosystem in my house after watching this video

  • CaseFilled
    CaseFilled Giờ trước

    Wow I would love to know the actual starting stages of the eco system? Like
    How was it the first few weeks?
    Was it hard to mantain and when did it become self sustainable?
    Besides the questions, great video indeed 😃👍👍

  • AuburnCowboys
    AuburnCowboys 3 tháng trước +30361

    This is the content VNclip needs to promote. Not these fake families and influencers. This is amazing, Brother. Subscribed. 🤝
    Edit- 30k likes is WILD, bro. Never thought this was possible 😂😂😂😂 I love y’all. Together we are stronger. 🥹

    • Guru datta
      Guru datta 3 tháng trước

      Don't worry no one ll listen to i

    • maniac
      maniac 3 tháng trước

      Exactly! I see many videos with the title of *I'm Pregnant* on trending page, i mean wtf?

    • Supernova
      Supernova 3 tháng trước


    • Flyinginthebluedream
      Flyinginthebluedream 3 tháng trước

      Like an ecosystem, VNclip as well needs to balance with variables content

    • Naosch
      Naosch 3 tháng trước


  • CK Norris
    CK Norris Tháng trước +398

    I had an aquarium with enough plants and aquatic life that I eventually didn't need to put food in anymore. It was self sustaining and the water was crystal clear. Was like a master level setup. Crazy what nature can do if you just add the right ingredients and leave it alone. I had to move out of state an unfortunately gave it to a guy who didn't realize what he had. I think about that aquarium all the time. 😭

    • CK Norris
      CK Norris Ngày trước

      @captnwinkle 55 gallon. You have to have a lot of hiding places. Java moss is good for that. Oscars and Cichlids are pretty aggressive though and will dig around more and destroy plants. Prolly not the best fish for a semi peaceful community. Also another issue people have with shrimp is they get sucked up in the filters. Especially the babies.

    • captnwinkle
      captnwinkle Ngày trước

      @CK Norris every time I buy shrimp and put em in the tank I never see them again...
      How many gallons? I habe 59 I think and have 1 big Cancer survivor Oscar, a big Cichlid, 2 mediom Cichlids (these 4 ha e been around for years) amd 2 tiny Cichlids. And some snails and a Pleco

    • Sid
      Sid 4 ngày trước +1

      @CK Norris Oh. thanks but i think i should do more research myself but thanks for giving me some direction.

    • CK Norris
      CK Norris 5 ngày trước +6

      @Sid Java moss and another plant I can't remember the name. It started off as a single small plant and I just kept breaking off pieces and planting in other areas until it filled the whole tank. Random assortment of freshwater fish and nano shrimp. Fish ate the shrimp, shrimp ate the plants, algae and waste. Plants filtered the tank. I will try and do some research and see if I can come up with the other plant name.

    • Sid
      Sid 6 ngày trước +3

      @CK Norris Bro can u plz tell what plants you added and aquatic life you added. I'm kind of curious.

  • AJyfm700R
    AJyfm700R 4 ngày trước

    This is one of the most interesting things I've seen in a long time. Very well made !

  • R. Montauk
    R. Montauk 4 ngày trước

    This is art. Thank you for making this.

  • Charlie Knight
    Charlie Knight Ngày trước

    My gods i wish i had your dedication. This ecosystem is spectacularly beautiful.

  • Multifister
    Multifister 2 tháng trước +18122

    25 years later: as you see, the ecosystem has grown substantially. The redwood trees are coming along nicely. The beavers have built dams between two villages, and the humans have developed their own official currency. Wow,

    • PaquiXYZ
      PaquiXYZ 12 ngày trước

      @Daigo Worldbox - God Simulator be like

    • TheAxeaman
      TheAxeaman Tháng trước

      @Daigo even in a fictional story about aliens we can’t start imagining life without capitalism

    • mcbrite
      mcbrite Tháng trước

      @Multifister You, good sir, are an idiot that should not be dispensing advice on the interwebs, no offence...

    • Sheena Horn
      Sheena Horn Tháng trước

      Made my day this comment. Canadian girl here

    • Blind Ship
      Blind Ship Tháng trước

      hahahaha you're killing me

  • Sarah Sicinski
    Sarah Sicinski 18 ngày trước +217

    I showed this video to my Biology students today and they loved it! Their responses were overwhelmingly positive and enthusiastic; thanks for providing this video as a valuable learning opportunity for them! I am going to move forward with an extension assignment to have them make food webs of the organisms you mention in the video. Thank you!

    • Dr. Plants
      Dr. Plants  17 ngày trước +30

      That’s awesome! If your students have any questions, feel free to email them to me at thedrplants@gmail.com

  • Jessica mcintyre
    Jessica mcintyre 4 ngày trước

    This is absolutely incredible sir

  • Sergio Antonio Aguero
    Sergio Antonio Aguero 6 ngày trước

    Dr Plants! Please make a video of how to properly maintain/clean your paludarium. I bet many of us will totally love it and thank you for it.

  • Dante Navas
    Dante Navas Tháng trước +83

    Really cool! So much going on! Side note....the baby geckos aren't technically "clones" because they don't have identical DNA to the parent. In this type of parthenogenisis the chromosomes are still crossed over and there is recombination. So.... new DNA!!! FREAKING AWESOME!

    • Anita Gordon
      Anita Gordon 12 giờ trước

      yes there's different DNA but looks are I identical but asexual reproduction is a beauty in my eyes

    • Red Blue
      Red Blue 18 ngày trước

      wait then if they reproduce by themselves why are they considered female

  • Ajeet Singh
    Ajeet Singh 3 tháng trước +2031

    This is such a good way to learn about ecosystems, predator-prey relationships and balance in these systems. This is the content I want to see.

    • dead_calmOG
      dead_calmOG 2 tháng trước

      Right this was very interesting

    • TW Howl
      TW Howl 2 tháng trước

      It may be harsh, but I’d like to see new species introduced, predators and prey, to see how the environment evolves.

    • Guy Montag
      Guy Montag 3 tháng trước +1

      Fortunately, the digital cameras for recording these kinds of ecosystems are getting better and better every day and the prices have come down to the point that even the most limited budgets can afford a few. Plus, resources like VNclip can help expose your work to interested viewers around the world.

    • Education
      Education 3 tháng trước +7

      People need to know more about microorganisms ecology and their benefits

    • InTheRedCold
      InTheRedCold 3 tháng trước +14

      There are several channels that provide similar content. One I particularly like is called life in jars.

  • konfyd
    konfyd 4 ngày trước

    Now imagine doing that to the whole earth

  • hellosunshines
    hellosunshines 3 ngày trước

    After watching this, makes me think that the whole world & planets are God's little aquarium of ecosystem

    MIJUN 4 ngày trước

    How did you clean the tank? And how often?

  • god zilla
    god zilla 2 ngày trước

    Imagine one day you look in the tank and see tiny humans

  • Jeff Saltzman
    Jeff Saltzman 2 tháng trước +6894

    I’ve worked in the aquarium industry for over 30 years and this tank is one of the best!

    • Jenny Animal
      Jenny Animal Tháng trước

      @LauraDavis did you get a VNclip account to spread the joy in your heart?

    • Jenny Animal
      Jenny Animal Tháng trước

      Stunning and phenomenal ♥️🔥

    • Jeff Hicks
      Jeff Hicks Tháng trước

      @Dr. Plants I'd love to buy something like for my office, but I'm afraid I wouldn't be able to care for it properly. Looks incredible.

    • airlx
      airlx Tháng trước +1

      @Jay474r its the reddit language for me-

    • elbyno
      elbyno Tháng trước

      @LauraDavis ur comment might be true, it might be wrong as well. im not judging here just saying that theres 50-50 chance on both sides

  • Arceus
    Arceus Ngày trước

    my reaction while watching: 🙂😊😲😃
    my reaction when he said he's keeping a colony of wasps: 😨😰😱🤯

  • Epic id drwhodavid1
    Epic id drwhodavid1 16 giờ trước

    I had the same problem with goldfish jumping out of the tank

  • DEQ9r
    DEQ9r Ngày trước

    Rare it is for me to watch an entire youtube video without using a faster playback speed, Great video, I'mma Subscribe.

  • craig davis
    craig davis Ngày trước

    Did you use an eco light system or just natural light?

  • Tene
    Tene 3 tháng trước +1355

    Nothing else to say other than that is so cool. The camerawork, the commentary, all of it! Hope you start blowing up, this is amazing! Gained a sub

  • Dippy Doo
    Dippy Doo Ngày trước

    40 years later:
    The cows are eating all the grass in my tank so I had to introduce an apex predator, the human.

  • Paper Mario
    Paper Mario 26 ngày trước +51

    This is awesome. I’m afraid I would get too attached to the critters and be heartbroken when nature happens. The tropical storms are AMAZING!!!!

    • hawkbill99
      hawkbill99 24 ngày trước

      Don’t name them 🤷

  • Ricardolosso Ricardolosso
    Ricardolosso Ricardolosso 2 ngày trước

    Wow really loved this episode mate

  • scalpel
    scalpel 2 ngày trước

    "20 years after i already created an entire planet in my room"

  • John Paul Buce
    John Paul Buce 2 tháng trước +6390

    this guy's channel is growing faster than his homemade ecosystem

    • John Paul Buce
      John Paul Buce Tháng trước

      @░KenLinx░ oh for some reason im subbed to that high boi, interesting

    • John Paul Buce
      John Paul Buce Tháng trước

      @░KenLinx░ bro got 12 videos but already sitting at 700k subs

    • John Paul Buce
      John Paul Buce Tháng trước

      @░KenLinx░ bro got 12 videos but already sitting at 700k subs

    • ░KenLinx░
      ░KenLinx░ Tháng trước

      @Derek Atkins There's this guy called High Boi that went from 500 subscribers to 2 million in a week.

    • Darrell Chavez719
      Darrell Chavez719 Tháng trước

      @░KenLinx░ the Channel only has a handful of videos only going back a year

  • Lizard King
    Lizard King 4 ngày trước

    20 years later: I’ve noticed the plankton have taken over the ocean area of my tank now I need to introduce a new animal the whale

  • Initial D
    Initial D Ngày trước

    Thats so amazing!! SO COOL!!!

  • Shadow knight
    Shadow knight 4 ngày trước

    how the filtration system works? On the water part

  • Edward Sanders
    Edward Sanders Giờ trước

    I could watch this all day

  • Nick Sibilla
    Nick Sibilla 3 tháng trước +2556

    I was already impressed but the rain segment...god damn. So impressed with people who can create and manage these awesome creations. Incredible setup and ecosystem you've built here man.

    • Shashwat Singh
      Shashwat Singh 2 tháng trước +4

      He is like a god for those creatures.

    • br0hamus
      br0hamus 3 tháng trước

      @Lami as the great Hound once said..."what the fuck is a Lami?"

    • Nikolasmad9
      Nikolasmad9 3 tháng trước

      @Lami I think you're weird man

    • Deadpool
      Deadpool 3 tháng trước

      @Lami you are cringe

    • Naw Sih
      Naw Sih 3 tháng trước +19

      @Lami lami more like lame

  • Joanne Yang
    Joanne Yang 4 ngày trước

    could you please do a pitcher plant or venus flytrap video!!!!😄😄😄😄😄

  • cat catterson
    cat catterson Tháng trước +75

    Ah, he seems like a good man, creating his own ecosystem to grow, though only a small area, he is sure to inspire other Generations to- DID HE JUST SAY WASPS!?

    • Sarah Sicinski
      Sarah Sicinski 18 ngày trước


    • Semaj Senrab
      Semaj Senrab 28 ngày trước

      Still waiting for him to add intelligent slime mold🤷🏾‍♂️

    • Ashley Miller
      Ashley Miller 28 ngày trước

      And he probably felt like a god! Like it was his own planet yknow?

    • ChefGiovanni
      ChefGiovanni Tháng trước +3

      Yes, very interesting creation. Inspiration can be found in the small things in life. Let us cook.

  • fatalcrabnow
    fatalcrabnow 18 ngày trước +1

    I’m not very experienced in building paladariums, and I want my first run to go well. I need to know if the animals I want to put in work well together, and it’s hard to find any answers for my questions.
    Here’s a list of the animals(mainly fish) I want to include:
    Cherry Shrimp
    Congo Tetra
    Black Tail Hemodius
    Longfin serpae tetra
    Neon tetra
    Dwarf gourami
    Small rasboras
    Ghost shrimp
    African dwarf frog

  • Anita Gordon
    Anita Gordon Ngày trước

    1,000,000 years later the cbrotronicbybonic repahants had been overpowered so we introduced a brand new predator: the chronic-phonix-demonic-bubonic draconic raptorisours

  • Angga Ihza
    Angga Ihza 3 tháng trước +4083

    This is not the kind of content I expect to see on VNclip but they clearly need more creator like you my friend. What a video

    • sorry for bad englando btw
      sorry for bad englando btw 2 tháng trước

      What do we want?
      -more interesting creators!
      Okay, do Who wants to be a creator?

    • non
      non 2 tháng trước

      you might like some of the chipped glass sign's build create videos too.

    • Law Brian
      Law Brian 2 tháng trước

      so true, so well-said, i have also never expected to this

    • SugarGlaze
      SugarGlaze 2 tháng trước +1

      Literally! I live videos like this, does anyone have any content creators who make these videos?

    • Taku Te Puke
      Taku Te Puke 2 tháng trước +4

      Really? Theres all kinds of content on youtube! If you can think it, it probably exists.

  • Quincy Adli
    Quincy Adli 7 ngày trước +7

    Dude, this is my new favorite channel. I don’t have little ecosystems or wasps or fish nor do I want to get some in the future but you’re really good at informing people like me who don’t really have a passion for it into something they love to learn about

  • Micah Mann
    Micah Mann Tháng trước +15

    This is so absolutely amazing. I've always been interested in terrariums/enclosed ecosystems. This is breathtaking. I would love to know all of the specific plants that you used to recreate this wonder. Thank you! Definitely earned a new sub!

  • Stephen Swingler
    Stephen Swingler Tháng trước +8

    I love these ecosystem tanks...every tank of creatures should be an ecosystem whether it is a reef tank or just a tank of goldfish. We owe it to them as their keepers! This one is truly superb. You didn't put any tree frogs in there which may have been wise as they would have kept you awake all night with their mating calls!! Well done, I loved the misting unit....

  • Robert
    Robert Tháng trước +10

    I'd LOVE to make one of these and I AM the type to fully educate myself before starting but I still feel like I'd end up looking at moldy glass. Such care needs to be made to begin and maintain such a complex piece of machinery. That's essentially what this is. A huge machine with every piece playing a vital role in its function. Simply amazing job!

  • Cameron Jones
    Cameron Jones 3 tháng trước +1831

    Creating non-static equilibrium as in nature is a very hard task. You have shown great skill, knowledge and observational ability in mixing and multiplying these species together successfully. Congratulations!

    • Howard / Håvard Ramberg
      Howard / Håvard Ramberg 3 tháng trước +2

      The Aliens would be proud G

    • LedPinkDefSabbathWhokinksDoors
      LedPinkDefSabbathWhokinksDoors 3 tháng trước +5

      @gary those geckos species were a terrible choice

    • gary
      gary 3 tháng trước +20

      Did he reach equilibrium? At the end there's too many gecko and basically little shrimp i think

    • Artist Verse
      Artist Verse 3 tháng trước +21

      @the book of random You should add predators for the snails, have predators reproduce into larger populations, so that you can add more predators, and just keep the cycle going. Snyder’s Moray can grow up to 4.5 - 7 inches. They are a neat predator to have inside of your ecosystem, to catch shrimps, or snails while camouflaging inside the water.

    • LedPinkDefSabbathWhokinksDoors
      LedPinkDefSabbathWhokinksDoors 3 tháng trước +5

      @the book of random add different organisms then lol

  • Goldfish Corner
    Goldfish Corner 9 ngày trước +7

    Building an eco-system is a new trend even in Goldfish Community, too. The traditional way of Chinese goldfish keeping is a perfect example of self-contained solutions. Not chemical stuff or electrical device needed. A eco tank lasts for a long time.

  • xAjabz
    xAjabz 3 ngày trước

    This is the most badass Channel I’ve ever encountered

  • Ernst Fast
    Ernst Fast 4 ngày trước

    The coolest video i've seen in a while

  • Aurora Summer
    Aurora Summer Tháng trước +26

    I'm only 3 minutes into this video and I'm utterly in love. How have I never found this channel? I love your voice, your excitement for this, and the content! This is AMAZING!

  • Legend magnet
    Legend magnet 3 tháng trước +4289

    Not only the efforts he had put in building that thing ...we must also appreciate the camera works ...it felt like a full fledged documentary on NatGeo
    Great work man!

    • POO POO
      POO POO 3 tháng trước +2

      @Dr. Plants you are actually amazing

    • The Samsung galaxy But On A Tube
      The Samsung galaxy But On A Tube 3 tháng trước

      Make More Of This Ecosystem

    • Irene 1943
      Irene 1943 3 tháng trước +3

      Also the reading and research.......bravo.

    • ADiL
      ADiL 3 tháng trước +7

      @Dr. Plants it was worth the wait then, I'm subbing

    • Person 1
      Person 1 3 tháng trước

      OP should try to do something that is useful to the world like becoming a scubadiver if he likes nature and stuff.

  • CraftyCrafter
    CraftyCrafter 4 ngày trước +1

    This is amazing! Humans have much to learn from nature

  • Romuald Flibustier
    Romuald Flibustier Tháng trước +6

    This was fascinating to watch. I can't imagine the amount of daily cleaning and caring you have to put into this project so all the lifeforms inside can thrive.

    GL1ΤCHEED 29 ngày trước +9

    Sometimes I wonder what an entire city (think of a city as big as New York) would look like if we gave it back to mother nature. The amount of animals that would live there in 20, 30, 50, 100 years would be astounding.

  • Catsin Q
    Catsin Q 14 ngày trước +3

    Did you add other insects too? The bloodworms - do they live in the tank - or that was supplemental food? SO amazing. I had no idea this was a hobby that a person could have, and it's so cool, I'm happy to learn about it.

  • The_Caucasian_Sensation
    The_Caucasian_Sensation 3 tháng trước +2430

    Let us appreciate the fact he’s put in over a years work, however much money and a tonne of research, yet for us it’s a quick 8min video. Thanks for the video and best of luck with future endeavours.

    • Ed Ward
      Ed Ward 2 tháng trước +1

      And it shows - a brilliantly harmonious eco system built by a wise human god

    • Matt Speltz
      Matt Speltz 2 tháng trước

      Get it buddy

    • Matthew Bradley
      Matthew Bradley 2 tháng trước

      I don't think he made it for a video.

    • Podomus
      Podomus 3 tháng trước +2

      @Dan White yeah, he most likely did
      It’s an ecosystem sure, but it’s also on a very small scale. There is a lot that could go wrong if you left it by itself. You’d have to work on it basically every day

    • Dan White
      Dan White 3 tháng trước +1

      You do realise he didn't have to work on it for the entire year right 😂

  • TheClots
    TheClots Tháng trước +9

    I used to try to create ecosystem when I was a child, this is a whole different level
    I loved it

  • scalpel
    scalpel 2 ngày trước

    20 years later i already created an entire planet in my room"

  • Greenery
    Greenery 19 ngày trước +1

    Hey Dr. Plants!
    Quick question, is there anything we should do to prep a standard horizontal aquarium to be now used on it's side end vertically? Thank you so much for these high quality informative videos. I would love an update on this tank!

  • Eddie Fortmann
    Eddie Fortmann Ngày trước

    What tank is that I want to do this bad!!!

  • taye mick
    taye mick 3 tháng trước +4420

    This is so incredible, I would be so scared to try look after something like this though, I would be so worried about over-population 😅

    • Kai Schiller
      Kai Schiller 2 tháng trước

      @Dongsheng Di
      But it doesn't need to be a comfortable way with a pleasant outcome.

    • Dongsheng Di
      Dongsheng Di 2 tháng trước

      Life always finds a way.

    • Kai Schiller
      Kai Schiller 3 tháng trước +1

      Wow, thanks for your reply!
      I wish I had the place and resources for such a big enclosure currently..
      I have a 60x40x40cm paludarium tank with false bottom, bioactive with springtails, isopods, live plants and about 1/3 water area with a small waterfall.
      The online sellers usually say that a small bowl of water is sufficient for these crabs, but I usually distrust a big seller who explains how easy it is to provide for a certain animal - it shouldn't be about minimum requirements, but now I hope they will use the water part at all.. 😅
      G. dennerle var. "dare devil" is one of my favourites. Initially I wanted to order them 2 days ago, but in the beginning of september we will have a terraristics convention here in Berlin and I decided to wait for it because I refrain from ordering animals online if there are alternatives.
      5cm deep burrows are a very helpful information though - they will find places for it in my enclosure.
      Thanks for your detailed answer and greetings from Berlin!

    • Flesh&Bones
      Flesh&Bones 3 tháng trước +1

      @Kai Schiller I do have a Geosesarma dennerle, they are a "Daredevil" color morph (at least that's what they are called here).
      My tank is 90x90x45cm (W, H, D). They usually only are on the ground of the tank, sometimes behind a wooden structure close to the water - but almost never inside. My tank is very humid, it's currently more likely a swamp. I used a webcam to check if they ever come out. They are digging 4-5cm into the ground and live there, usually coming out when every light in the room is turned off and it's silent.
      It's a bioactive paludarium with shrimp, snails, isopods and (hitchhiked) mini centipedes.
      I've never seen them anywhere above ground level, neither have babies that I know of. Probably will build another "observer" tank to study them a little and build them a better enclosure later.

    • Brian
      Brian 3 tháng trước +1

      Like Klaus Schwab

  • Apple_Cider
    Apple_Cider 16 ngày trước +9

    This mini ecosystem looks so beautiful.

  • Mischief and Moxie
    Mischief and Moxie Tháng trước +5

    I deal like he should make another one every year and connect them all until he has 5 so it’s a giant ecosystem! I really love it!

  • Account that I'll use to comment
    Account that I'll use to comment 10 ngày trước +1

    You should try to make an ecosystem where you introduce animals that evolved for a different enviorement and try to see their characteristics change. Basically artificial speciation.

  • Lor
    Lor 29 ngày trước

    Honestly I would genuinely enjoy for someone to recreate this or make an entirely new ecosystem and several times bigger

  • Sky Cloud
    Sky Cloud Tháng trước

    Definitely keep updating how it's doing. I wonder how long it would be sustainable. When one species has a hard time or goes extinct, throwing the whole ecosystem off balance.

  • MagicknightrayearthHope
    MagicknightrayearthHope Tháng trước +2

    If I had the capabilities of creating something like this I would become OBSESSED! I was never that good at or interested in science in school, but this was absolutely astounding and fascinating.

  • Max Neimeyer
    Max Neimeyer 16 ngày trước +3

    Do you ever worry about overpopulation of the mourning geckos? Or do the crabs and adult geckos maintain it? I'm just thinking about making a paludarium with mourning geckos and I want to know what you recommend to keep the population from going out of control. Love your videos! Keep up the good work!

  • Kamil Duke
    Kamil Duke 16 ngày trước +1

    I really enjoy watching this video. I’m amazed by how u built this surrounding

  • The Horizon
    The Horizon 3 tháng trước +3301

    i could watch a 30 minute documentary about this, dude u gotta keep going this is S tier content

    • karryy
      karryy 2 tháng trước

      Let's hack this p2w ecosystem server

      ALLIE XCX 2 tháng trước


      ALLIE XCX 2 tháng trước

      You gave such great taste in content

    • Ermir_SKG
      Ermir_SKG 2 tháng trước

      @Dr. Plants 30 monutes? i could watch HOURS of this!

    • ₍ᐢ..ᐢ₎
      ₍ᐢ..ᐢ₎ 2 tháng trước


  • ShinJiyuna
    ShinJiyuna 3 ngày trước

    So beautiful.

  • June OX
    June OX Tháng trước +5

    My favorite part of this was seeing the artificial storm, that was so cool.

  • Ashmit Jain
    Ashmit Jain Giờ trước

    Just imagine that what if our universe was a science project of a highly civilized species which we call god

  • Kaltrina Demiri
    Kaltrina Demiri 10 ngày trước +3

    This is so cool. I was just thinking you should build a 100 gallon Paludarium and you are. Wow, very impressive. Wish I could do something like this but I wouldn't even know where to began lol

  • r1kkyb0bby
    r1kkyb0bby 2 tháng trước +1947

    In the year 2024: ON OUR LAST EPISODE we ordered some homo sapiens and dropped them in our Earth biosphere because it's pretty cool to watch them fight off big predators and hunt the megafauna we introduced before. But when we came back to check on them a few dozen kiloyears later, they had built over pretty much everything in the display and it was getting a bit too hot and humid. So now we've got a few Xenomorph Queens and we're going to see how they do...

      JONNY CHAING Tháng trước


    • Joao Letelier
      Joao Letelier 2 tháng trước

      @Kyo I don't see how it's that obvious. Some people are actually that stupid.

    • Lux
      Lux 2 tháng trước

      @AmpliusCruciatus that's what the jibby jab is for

    • Kyo
      Kyo 2 tháng trước

      @Joao Letelier that was a joke…………………………………………………..

    • Mazilona
      Mazilona 2 tháng trước

      Basically lmao

  • Daxter T. Snickers
    Daxter T. Snickers 2 ngày trước

    Youre literally the overseer of the ARK.

  • Mike Anderson
    Mike Anderson Tháng trước

    Amazing. If any one isn´t interested in micro systems, watch this video. Proves how powerful nature can be.

  • Justin Joens
    Justin Joens 3 ngày trước

    welp, new bucketlist item.
    my kids are gonna inherit the ultimate white elephant

  • Sigurd Baungaard
    Sigurd Baungaard Ngày trước

    (in the future) my ecosystem has grown to big. So I changed the 10000000 gallon tank to a 999990000000090009900927746 gallon tank👍🏿

  • Kevin S
    Kevin S 2 tháng trước +4808

    In a YT filled with reaction videos, false sensationalism and just plain junk, it is so awesome to see this type of high quality content. Congrats on a cool channel!

    • buskool
      buskool Tháng trước

      Ok Kevin

    • Takku Tiwari
      Takku Tiwari Tháng trước

      I m the 4k like i was astonished when i saw that 3.9 turn into 4

    • Antony Driver
      Antony Driver 2 tháng trước

      northen boys party time is all you need in life

    • I-Comment-Only
      I-Comment-Only 2 tháng trước

      @luxsuvlover Exactly. Two girls one cup is just soft serve.

    • luxsuvlover
      luxsuvlover 2 tháng trước +1

      Exactly, reacting videos are just lazy rip-off’s of original content.

  • Lync
    Lync 2 ngày trước

    This is amazing

  • Chris Davis
    Chris Davis Tháng trước +3

    This is one of the coolest vivariums that I've ever seen. The video is well done also.

  • HunterCool22
    HunterCool22 23 ngày trước +7

    “My female geckos reproduced!”
    As a great man once said, *”Life finds a way.”*

  • P¡nkPanther420
    P¡nkPanther420 Tháng trước +2

    I appreciate all the time you put into this making it look so satisfying

  • Methuselah Winter
    Methuselah Winter 3 tháng trước +2495

    I’m taking an ecology course this semester, specifically called Human Ecology and this is a perfect example of how humans interact this their environment. I gotta show this to my instructor! Awesome job dude!

    • drippy drip
      drippy drip 2 tháng trước

      Bro how'd it go was your teacher impressed?

    • Александар
      Александар 2 tháng trước


    • VM games
      VM games 2 tháng trước +1

      @Dr. Plants Awesome build!😎😀😁😋😊😃😉

    • VM games
      VM games 2 tháng trước +1


    • VM games
      VM games 2 tháng trước +1

      @Dr. Plants Can i ask you Where did you buy the tank.?!?.

  • bobcornley
    bobcornley Tháng trước +3

    What an amazing project! Thank you for sharing this with us :) All best!

  • Rishi Suuunak
    Rishi Suuunak 13 giờ trước

    This is Amazon😉. Well done

  • David King
    David King Tháng trước +3

    Geckos are stimulated to breed when the wet seasons come. Lived in Borneo for 10 years... Great system 👏

  • Prophecy1978
    Prophecy1978 Tháng trước

    If I had the money, and the space… I would totally do something like this, because this looks absolutely amazing

  • Evil Kamatis
    Evil Kamatis 3 tháng trước +1346

    I always envy guys like you who has the knowledge and patience to create these awesome projects. I would love to have something like this but too lazy to learn and I might not be able to take care of it because of being a dad and a lot of stuff. My son loves and is always curious of animals and their habitat and loves watching videos like this. Great quality of a video by the way!

    • Brenda Varga
      Brenda Varga 2 tháng trước

      To evil k.....dude u can do it too, do one with your son.hell help u take care of it, u guys will learn as u go along, together!! Good luck . u got this..do it for your son...

    • Fakeslimshady
      Fakeslimshady 3 tháng trước


    • Zim Rivas
      Zim Rivas 3 tháng trước +1

      You aren’t lazy you just created more than this guy in the video ever has which is a real family. Not a tank full of things built to survive on their own but a family of people who rely on you. That the part that so many of my fellow under 30yr olds don’t get. These projects and other shit will never compare to what they are psychologically trying to compensate for.

    • aiyanna peoples
      aiyanna peoples 3 tháng trước

      You arent lazy, you're tired/exhausted.

    • No Tro
      No Tro 3 tháng trước +2

      @Evil Kamatis People called "Mohammed Ahmed" are usually not into smoking stuff. It's religion that makes their brains melt, potsmokers are mostly quite bright.

  • AMV Bus Spotting
    AMV Bus Spotting 23 ngày trước +3

    This is so cool. Especially the storms which really make even more impressive

  • Jarthen Greenmeadow
    Jarthen Greenmeadow Tháng trước +2

    The crabs living in the plants is.... amazing. I love this video so much. Please post regular updates

  • Sir.Helios
    Sir.Helios Tháng trước +4

    This is absolutely amazing! Can you explain a bit more about how you created the thunderstorm / rain setup? Thank you :)

  • Ana Ingrid Araneda
    Ana Ingrid Araneda Tháng trước

    Amazing thank you for teaching us how we can built one of our own 🥰🥰

  • João Marcos Junqueira
    João Marcos Junqueira Tháng trước +1222

    I could watch a 2 hour documentary about your ecosystem, man. That's so fascinating! I couldn't stop thinking that if it was a closed and self sustainable system we would have a few unique species in only a couple thousand years haha

    • OOWAM
      OOWAM 24 ngày trước +3

      @Random Commentator W comment + AND THE CROWD GOES WILDD🔥🔥+gigachad

    • Random Commentator
      Random Commentator Tháng trước +20

      Opinion Tolerated + Respect + i asked + Chad

    • Jullius Tanguilan
      Jullius Tanguilan Tháng trước +1


  • Thommy Rubin
    Thommy Rubin Tháng trước +3

    Nature is truly amazing and you did a fantastic work with both the video and the ecosystem! Thank you for sharing this!

  • KCJuster
    KCJuster 28 ngày trước

    Amazing! I will definitely try and make an ecosystem myself! Could be so pretty and fun!

  • Saturn V
    Saturn V 24 ngày trước +4

    Due to the algorythm of YT I ended up here and i cant be more grateful for that.
    Atta attention to detail and pasion you put into this, keep it up man, i will see more of this for sure.

  • a18c04
    a18c04 20 ngày trước +1

    what was your hypothesis and aim before starting this wonderful project? what were you testing?

  • Zer_Trent
    Zer_Trent 3 tháng trước +1072

    You know... it really is interesting how humans treat certain species. You mentioned not being comfortable with leaving the gekos in the tank... but then crabs are just allowed to rip each other apart. It is just an interesting observation how the instant something has a skeleton instead of a exoskeleton we start valuing its life more than other animals. Like when I saw the baby gekos I felt a pit in my stomach about them being killed and eaten, but then stopped and asked myself why I didn't feel the same way for the other animal babies. Neat tank over all!

    • Brenda Varga
      Brenda Varga 2 tháng trước

      @AskWhatever agreed rude & totally unnecessary

    • Kwidge
      Kwidge 3 tháng trước

      @Uzay Ozbek Yeah.
      I often forgot that when I'm eating meat, that that meat came from a living animal.
      It's enough to make some people go vegan, but in my opinion since the cows are already dead, I might as well eat them. Plus they taste good.

    • Zer_Trent
      Zer_Trent 3 tháng trước

      @MrEduedu123 Couple things. I am not vegan and I just acknowledge that an animal would kill and eat me too and I wouldn't see it as maliciousness, just nature doing nature stuff. Though I do feel the meat industry has major issues of waste and that is the main reason I have reduced my meat consumption.
      So whether crustaceans can feel pain is technically still debated, but I feel it isn't relevant since crabs do perceive threats and can react to their bodies touching things. So whether or not they 'feel pain' in the exact same way as us doesn't dismiss the fact that they try to run from danger.
      Crabs don't scream when boiled as they do not have a vocal chords with which to vocalize... the reality is much worse. They are a hard shell with a lot of water inside so the screaming noise is actually their insides boiling and pressurized steam shooting out through the cracks like a tea kettle.
      Other semi related fact spiders make a hissing noise but it isn't with their mouth as they also lack vocal chords. The hissing noise is produced by them rubbing their pedipalps and fangs together similar to how crickets make the chirping noise with their legs.

    • Priestofgoddess
      Priestofgoddess 3 tháng trước

      @Scarlet wings I do not think, it is this arbitrary. Dogs (former wolves) were trained to guard your sheep, your farm or your family. They also have softer fur and better ways to express themselves. I doubt a boar could ever adopt that in such a role or even be trusted with your children. Male boars are loners by nature.
      The fact, we are not eating dogs is more a cultural thing. Asia just seems to be more open minded in regards of food and live the omnivoric nature of humans much more: bat, spiders, egg duckling, monkey brains... It is also likely caused by the fact, that Europe and North America got filthy rich by exploiting all other continents, so they can afford easily to be picky eaters and even turn pets into child replacements.

    • Swag Dinner Money
      Swag Dinner Money 3 tháng trước +2

      It's likely the fact that we are more distantly related to crabs than we are to geckos. Humans typically have the closest bonds with other mammalians than they do with any other kind of animals. While yes, humans can form bonds with other animals, it typically wont be as close due to the fact that the farther you get away from being closely related to them the more distance that is easy to create mentally between the two, hence why we might be ok with seeing a worm get torn apart but not something like a dog. Even with the sentience and immense unique intelligence of some creatures who aren't very closely related to us (like some crabs for example) we still find some way to distance ourselves from them emotionally simply because of how distant they are to us. When you think about things that aren't even animals but are still alive, like bacterium and fungi, as well as plants even, we don't even really feel any kind of emotional attachment to them as we would for any other animal in general.
      There's also cultural differences and things to take into account, hence why we're ok with killing cows and pigs and other cattle for food, but not something like dogs, despite the fact that most cattle can form just as deep of a bond with humans as dogs typically are known to do. If you were to isolate a human population and for whatever reason they took a liking to something like snails, over many years of close relation and interaction with snails those snails and humans would form a similar bond like we have with the modern domesticated dogs.