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/ Get the ’15 Years Stil vor Talent | Part 1’ compilation here: 🤍 Something soulful has been not-so-quietly simmering in the heart of Berlin for the past fifteen years. Familiar yet distinctive, restorative but energizing, a solace and a storm: Stil vor Talent. Artist: Various Artists Title: 15 Years Stil vor Talent | Part 1 Label: Stil vor Talent Catalog No.: SVT282X Release Date: 2020-08-14 1. Sam Shure - Korrelate 2. Cioz - Chapter 5 3. Daniele Di Martino, Rauschhaus, Robin Schellenberg - Avior 4. Township Rebellion, Kellerkind - Bird Vision 5. Hidden Empire - Agonda 6. Deer Jade - Let Go 7. Brigado Crew, Ubbah feat. Guille Sniezyk - Blast Strings 8. Moonwalk - Pink Clouds 9. Boy Next Door - Kore 10. Annett Gapstream - Finally (Max Tresher Remix) 11. Yetti Meissner - Nadir More than a label, Stil vor Talent is a family. As we reach our fifteenth year together, we honor and celebrate our artists, staff, crew, dancers and listeners. We marvel at the thousands of hours of incredible music released. We respect the tenacity, skill and courage of our artists. We tip our hats to the community we have created over fifteen years of throwing parties and festivals. With full hearts, we reflect on the laughter, the fun, the dancing, the connections. Strangers have become friends, nights turned into days, and millions of steps have been meted out on the dancefloor as we journey with music together, creating pure magic in streets and clubs and festivals all over the world. This is acceptance, this is diversity, this is love. We salute you: thank you for helping us to keep the dream alive. Now we invite you to celebrate the collective evolution of fifteen years of diverse styles, innumerable talents, friendship, collaboration and community under the Stil vor Talent umbrella. Our 15th-anniversary gift is a nod to the evolution of Stil vor Talent: we present two 11 track compilations that will scratch every musical itch. From the downright dirty dancefloor bangers to the gentler melancholic tracks more suited to the day-after-the-nights before. Part 1 of the two-part compilation certainly stirs the pot. Stil vor Talent’s young guns Sam Shure and Cioz bring a dose of youthful sass to the mix, sprinkling in layers of texture to create a lively, organic vibe, setting the tone for the rest of the album. Swiss artist Kellerkind’s characteristic soulful house meets the collective enthusiasm of Township Rebellion to create ‘Bird Vision’, a slowly building, heavy-hitting cut which melts into high-tech aural sorcery. Adding a dash of her very own nu-rave vibes, Deer Jade takes us into a groove portal with the mystical melodies and spaced-out sound of ‘Let Go’. Rising star Yetti Meissner presents her first-ever release: ‘Nadir’. It’s deep, it’s dark and it’s safe to say that her energetic, gritty style of pure techno will shake the foundations. / Homepage: 🤍 / Facebook: 🤍 / Spotify: 🤍 / Soundcloud: 🤍 / Youtube: 🤍 / Online-Shop: 🤍 / Twitter: 🤍 / Instagram: 🤍
Humans can see millions of colors, but birds can see EVEN MORE. Learn how this is possible and what it means. Please subscribe to continue learning what makes life AWESOME: 🤍 We learn the basics of human vision, including our three color receptors, and what it means to be colorblind. Then we compare that to birds, who have four color receptors, and discuss what a bird might be able to see that we cannot. Namely, that they can see way, way more colors. If you would like to share this video the custom link is 🤍 Thank you to Ockjin for making Korean subtitles for this video! MORE BIRD SENSES Smell - 🤍 Hearing - 🤍 Taste - 🤍 Touch - 🤍 Bonus Senses - 🤍 Ask Two Zookeepers - 🤍 // New animal videos every Friday. Life is AWESOME. Learn why! I'm tweeting about birds at - 🤍 And now Instagram at - 🤍 Thanks for watching! You're awesome! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Learn about some awesome birds in "Birds of Prey - Full Wildlife Documentary 2019" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
In this video, we will show you what it looks like to see from many animal's perspectives! Have you ever wondered what the world looks like from a turtles perspective? Or what about a hawk? Watch this video to find out! PART 2: 🤍 This probability comparison/comparison video is made based on community discussions and relevant sources, numbers, and facts listed might not be up to date, valid, or in any specific order. Sources: 🤍 Follow my Facebook for Extra content! ►🤍 Join our Discord Community! ►🤍 Like if you enjoyed this #WatchData video
Birds can see all the colors we can see, plus ultraviolet. Could they have hidden colors and markings that aren't visible to the human eye? Find out what birds look like, to other birds, in this groundbreaking first video to show a variety of bird species filmed with a camera that sees ultraviolet light.
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Did you know that pigeons have better vision than us? Have you ever wondered how animals and birds actually see the world? What do fish see when they look at us? This video will explain all these to the smallest details! Other videos you might like: How People in Different Physical States See the World 🤍 24 Animals That Are Often Confused for One Another 🤍 A Unique Creature on Earth That Can Never Be Killed 🤍 TIMESTAMPS Snakes 0:20 Cows 0:35 Horses 0:53 Fish 1:12 Birds 1:32 Eagle 1:50 Pigeon 2:01 Sparrow 2:10 Insects 2:17 Bee 2:32 Rats 2:41 Cats 2:53 Dogs 3:13 Frogs 3:25 Chameleons 3:43 #animalfacts SUMMARY - Vision of snakes differs the most from ours – they sense thermal signatures. Due to the infrared-sensitive receptors on their snouts, some snakes can ‘see’ the radiated heat of warm-blooded mammals. - Cows don’t see colors as clearly as human. You’ve probably never heard about this: they see the world in a red-orange color scheme. - There is a blind spot where horses can’t see at all – directly in front of their faces. This is because of their eye location. Also, horses don't see as many colors as we do. - Fish eyes have ultraviolet receptors and a more spherical lens than we have. They see the world in green, red, and blue colors, but can’t see red and blue. Deep sea fish can easily see in the dark. - As for birds, they have something similar in their vision – unlike humans, birds can see ultraviolet light. Thanks to the structure of their eyes, they can focus on certain places. - Flies have thousands of individual visual receptors that collectively create a broad field of vision. Also, they see the world in slow-motion and can see ultraviolet light. Another insect, a bee, has an unusual vision as well. It's a surprising fact but bees can't distinguish red color at all! For them the color red appears to be dark blue. - Rat vision is quite blurry, and they can’t see red. They also see the world in slow-motion. Each eye moves independently so they can have two images of the world. - Cats don't distinguish red and green shades, and their world is made up of brown, yellow, and blue shades. The cat's field of view is broader than ours so they can see more on the sides. -Dogs can’t see red and orange colors, but they clearly see blue and violet, as well as ultraviolet light. Moreover, they are able to differentiate between 40 shades of gray! - Frogs can notice only moving objects. They can literally starve to death in the abundance of food if the food does not move! Frogs can also focus only on certain things, so they don’t concentrate on what they don’t need (for example, shadows). - The eyes of chameleons can rotate in different directions independently, so they have a 360-degree field of vision. They see two images at the same time: one in the front and the other one behind. Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍
Vision is the most important sense for birds, since good eyesight is essential for safe flight. Learn about the basic difference between human and bird vision and how UV vision is helpful to birds. Also learn about binocular and monocular vision. Find out more about birds eyelids and watch close-up of few birds' eyes in slow motion. Please like, comment, share and SUBSCRIBE if you like this video subscribe here: 🤍 _ Credits: Music from Bensound.com Info from Wikipedia: 🤍 Clips: Bird clips from envanto.com Explainer animation: proprietary For Copyright and other issues, email fas.animalz🤍gmail.com
Some birds are famous for excellent vision (think "eagle eye"). Let's find out what's so special about their eyes to let them see so well! Please subscribe to continue learning what makes life AWESOME: 🤍 We discuss eye location, size, and unusual bird eye structures including the nictating membrane, sclerotic ring, and pecten. Finally, there's a comparison of falcon vision with human vision. CAUTION BIRD PUNS AHEAD - We take a bird's eye view of bird eyes! Whether any of this video is eye-popping will really be in the eye of the beholder, but hopefully something will catch your eye. If you would like to share this video, the custom link is 🤍 BIRD SENSES Vision - 🤍 Smell - 🤍 Hearing - 🤍 Taste - 🤍 Touch - 🤍 Bonus Senses - 🤍 Ask Two Zookeepers - 🤍 // New animal videos every Friday. Life is AWESOME. Learn why! I'm tweeting about birds at - 🤍 And now Instagram at - 🤍 Thanks for watching! You're awesome! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Learn about some awesome birds in "Birds of Prey - Full Wildlife Documentary 2019" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Eagles are expert hunters with a great vision. While the humans have up 20, 20/20 vision Eagles have an excellent 20/4 and 20/5 vision which is 8 times stranger than Humans. With this vision Eagle can spot a rabbit 3.2 km away.1 If you had an Eagle vision you could see an Ant crawling from a 10-story building and everything would be brilliantly colored. Eagles also have a superior color vision they see colors as more vivid than we do allowing them to discriminate between more shades. Eagle vision wouldn't change our daily activities but how we perceive would radically change. You're Alive, Thanks To This Man Watch Here👉 🤍 Subscribe👉 🤍 Get a copy of my latest book Baby Universe for free: 🤍 Second Channel👉 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
In this video, we'll show you how animals see the world. Animals such as Dogs, Cats, Sharks, Snakes, Horses, Lizards, Fish, etc. These animal visions are based on Scientific Studies. How animals see the world is much different than you might think. For example, horses have their eyes positioned on both sides of their heads. This creates a wide field of vision that allows them to escape predators. But it also gives them a disadvantage. They can’t see what’s right in front of them. Also, they see fewer colors than humans do. They see the world mainly in yellow, gray and blue colors. Snakes Oddly enough, snakes are another animal that cannot see some colors. This has to do with the rod cells in their retina. Some snakes like Boas and pythons have pit organs on their faces that allow them detect infrared radiation from warm bodies. This lets them stalk their prey by sensing heat sources. Birds Birds can see ultraviolet light and have what is called an avian eye. They can change the shape of their eye lens rapidly. Birds of prey have an almost binocular-like vision. Eagles can see up to a distance of one mile. Their eyes are like a magnifying glass. Oddly enough though, sparrows see the world through pink-colored glasses. They are unable to differentiate blue and green colors. Rat Rat’s vision is very blurry. They can’t see the red color. Rats also see everything in slow-motion. Each of their eyes can move independently. This help them have two images at the same time. Cats Cats see the world even more different than other animals. And wait until you hear what we have to tell you about the vision of dogs. Indoor cats are nearsighted. They may only recognize you within a few feet. Oddly enough, cats are also sort of color-blind. Which means they can see only some colors - or see in shades of grey. In particular, the color red confuses them. However, cats do have the unique ability to see in the dark. This is due to the high number of photoreceptor cells in their retinas. Insects insects’ eyes generally consist of thousands of tiny lenses and receptors that collectively produce a wide vision. Insects can see ultraviolet light and see everything in slow motion. A study from the University of Sheffield in the UK has revealed that insects can capture high-resolution images. In effect, insects probably have the best eyesight in the animal kingdom. Butterflies have the best eyesight in the insect world. Interestingly enough though, bees can’t distinguish red or pink colors. Fish Fish can see clearly in any type of natural water because their eyes adapt to any available light source. Their eyes are also larger to their body size than other animals - so that more light can be refracted from their lenses. Some fish have a second eyelid that helps them swim at a faster speed without damaging their corneas. Fish can see in full color. Sharks are not able to differentiate colors at all. Cows Cows don’t see colors as clear as humans do. They see the world in orange and red. But they have something called a panoramic vision. Interestingly enough, it means they can see the entire world without even turning their heads. Mice Just like cats, Mice can also not see the color red well. Mice are also near-sighted. They can only see objects that might be about two or three feet away. So they use their whiskers to navigate their way around. This is why they are so good at finding their way around in the dark. Let’s look at how dogs see the world. Dogs Dogs’ vision is most similar to a human with red-orange color blindness. Interestingly, dogs can distinguish forty shades of gray. Dogs are also about half as sensitive to changes in brightness. Dogs are most likely to notice motion from a long distance. This is more than 10 to 20 times that humans can sense. But this is also why you may wind up chasing them down in if they run after a faraway squirrel or a car. Frog Frogs can see only moving objects. They can starve to death if their food doesn’t move. Interestingly, they can also focus only on objects that they want to see clearly. Frogs have excellent night vision. Frogs also have bulging eyes. What this means is that they can see from both sides, directly in front of them, and even from partially behind. Lizards lizards can perceive color because they have multicolored droplets of oil in their photoreceptors. What this means is that they can see a wider UV range than humans can. Lizards also have smaller eyes than other animals. But oddly enough, they have a larger lens, aperture, cornea, and pupillary for animals of their size. This is what allows them to gather light when they need to see at night. Some reptiles like Chameleons have a vision of 360 degrees. Their eyes can move in different directions independently. This help them have two images at the same time.
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Does seagulls eyes being on the side of their head allow them to have a wider view ? Subscribe: 🤍 Animal Slow Motion: 🤍 Expeditions: 🤍 Big Questions with Maddie Moate: 🤍 Wilderness Sessions: 🤍 Nature's Boldest Thieves Seagulls and other animals are learning to adapt to the urban environment and steal from humans. They're crafty, courageous, and coming for your food. No longer afraid of humans, seagulls have moved in to live amongst, and steal from us. They have adapted perfectly to life in the world's growing cities, and are terrorising anyone that comes between them and their food. Welcome to Earth Unplugged! We make films about the incredible natural world, we investigate the conundrums, quirks and beautiful science of our amazing planet, delving into the BBC vaults and mixing it up with our own stuff to take a brand new look at Earth. Want to share your views with the team behind BBC Earth and win prizes? Join our BBC Studios Voice: 🤍 This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes.Service information and feedback: 🤍
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A short review of the Vision Cage for Birds. #Hagen #VisionCage #BirdCage PLEASE SUBSCRIBE for more great videos! Visit our Facebook page and follow Bird People 🤍 Visit our Etsy affiliate Itzy Bitzy Beak for Great Toys and Carriers, check Bird People on Facebook for your coupon code! 🤍 Email us at BirdPeopleLasVegas🤍gmail.com * Vision Bird Cage for Large Birds (L01) 🤍 • Description Vision bird homes have many revolutionary design features that set it apart from traditional bird cages. Most cages come with pull-out drawers that fail to do a good job at collecting bird waste and create maintenance headaches as a result. Vision's unique no-drawer design simplifies cage cleaning-simply detach the cage portion and empty the contents of the base into the waste bin. The result is less time-consuming, messy cleanups associated with bird keeping, leaving you more time to enjoy your pet. Vision's deep base can handle multiple types of litter, while raised ridges inside the base provide air circulation and help prevent mildew. The bird homes also allow non-invasive, exterior access to seed/water cups, reducing stress to birds during maintenance. In addition, multi-grip perches promote circulation and help prevent foot problems. The knock-down cages are easy to assemble with a five minute quick, click-snap assembly. Includes : 2 waste shields, 2 cups and 2 perches Vision bird homes are available in a variety of sizes, as well as in small or large wire cage sizes. They are recommended for bird species as listed due to their natural behaviors and not by size of bird. The large cage is suitable for budgies, canaries, finches, parrotlets and lineolated parakeets. Dimensions : Horizontal wire : 1.6 mm (0.06") Vertical wire : 2.6 mm (0.10")
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All sorts of birds are deadly in their own special way, and some of these birds don’t look dangerous at all. Have you ever heard of the shrike? What about the secretary bird? I know, it doesn’t sound too scary, but these birds will astound you with their hunting techniques. If you want to see certain birds do the unexpected, you’re at the right place, so let’s get started. ► Subscribe For New Videos! ► shorturl.at/krBX9 Watch our “15 Vicious Baboons And Monkeys Being Ruthlessly Hunted By Hungry Predators” video here: 🤍 Watch our “15 Water Snakes And Their Friends On The Prowl Showing No Mercy For Their Victims” video here: 🤍 Watch our “15 Brutal Reptiles And Amphibians Teaching A Lesson To Other Animals” video here:🤍 Owl Hunting Rat Here you'll find one of the country's largest and most powerful owl species. The great horned owl is a type of owl that has a large horn on its head. As dusk gives way to night, he gazes down into a forested clearing. For night vision, his eyes have been fine-tuned. But, above all, he listens. His horns, which resemble ear tufts, are simply feather tufts. Nobody knows what they're for, but it's not related to hearing. His actual ears are hidden below his head feathers. The right one is just a little higher than the left one. A fraction of a second later than the other, one ear gets sound. As a result, he can pinpoint the source with astonishing accuracy. There's a slight rustling among the dead leaves. Another evening hunter is out, and it's a deer mouse. He is looking for insects and seeds among the leaf litter. The owl isn't completely tuned in to the sounds yet, but that will change with a head tilt. Its head rotates 270 degrees or three-quarters of a full turn. His hearing directs his light-sensitive eyes in the right direction. His first and second senses are in sync. Once the target has been locked, the owl deploys another secret weapon, fringed wing feathers, to muffle any flapping sound. It's a win-win situation for both parties involved. The owl can hear its prey even while flying, and the mouse has no idea what's coming and will never know what hit him. It takes all the strength a young barn owl has, to swallow an entire large rat. When the young bird made its first foray outside the nest, the parent owl gave it a helping hand. Inexperienced, the owl misjudges the opening of its nest box and falls to the ground, then climbs back up a tree and into its nest box. Rats aren't going anywhere anytime soon, with their numbers in the billions. Rat pups, on the other hand, are easy pickings for raptors like owls and snakes, and one mistake can be fatal. Hawk Attacks Squirrel When a hawk grabs a squirrel that’s trying to get a bite to eat, it looks like the end of the road for the small rodent, but the squirrel has a few tricks up its sleeve and manages to pull away. Later, another squirrel can be seen eating at the same spot as the first squirrel. Is this the same squirrel? Possibly, but I can’t say for sure. What do you think? This neighborhood has so many squirrels that it can support plenty of hawks. This drama unfolds outside of a man's house more than once a week. So, at one point he made it a goal to disturb a hawk while it was eating a kill and place a GoPro, walk away, and capture the hawk on camera. The very interesting thing is that there are two types of hawks here, both after the same prey; a smaller, mature red-shouldered hawk catches the squirrel and tries to fly off with it when the man walks out. Then it comes back a minute after he leaves, but a neighbor's car scares it away. The squirrel shrieks, attracting an immature red-tailed hawk who joins the rival in the same tree in the background. The red-shouldered hawk swoops over but avoids the prey, and the red-tailed takes it away moments later. Even though these are two different types of hawks, they are seen together often, perhaps because the immature red-tailed is too young to care. It doesn’t look like this squirrel will be able to get out of this jam. The hawk presses on the little rodent with his powerful talons, while looking in different directions, making sure no intruders will try to steal his meal. This hawk is holding a squirrel on the ground in the middle of the street. The hawk pounces on the squirrel, even though the small rodent is trying to free himself. Once the hawk uses its talons to stab the squirrel, it’s all over.
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To all my reef addicts and fishfam, this is just a side video on a bird cage I picked up. I was doing research and not to many people go in depth so I am making my own video on this Hagen Vision bird cage M02 (🤍 I plan on picking up a pair of lovebirds pretty soon so let me know if you would like to see content on this subject in the comments below. More info on the HAGEN VISION BIRD CAGE M02 MODEL: Vision's unique no-drawer design simplifies cage cleaning-simply detach the cage portion and empty the contents of the base into the waste bin. The result is less time-consuming, messy cleanups associated with bird keeping, leaving you more time to enjoy your pet. Vision's deep base can handle multiple types of litter, while raised ridges inside the base provide air circulation and help prevent mildew. The bird homes also allow non-invasive, exterior access to seed/water cups, reducing stress to birds during maintenance. In addition, multi-grip perches promote circulation and help prevent foot problems. The knock-down cages are easy to assemble with a five-minute quick, click-snap assembly. Includes : 2 waste shields, 2 cups and 4 perches. Vision bird homes are available in a variety of sizes, as well as in small or large wire cage sizes. They are recommended for bird species as listed due to their natural behaviors and not by size of bird. The medium cage is suitable for budgies, canaries, finches, parrotlets and lineolated parakeets. The Vision Medium Bird Cage #M02 is a suitable cage for budgies, canaries, lovebirds and finches. It provides your bird with lots of room to move around and Vision makes it easy for you to take care of your bird. Bird movements cause air currents, which flow outwards, and in the case of most standard bird cages these air currents eject waste and seed debris outside of the cage and onto the floor. With Vision Cages, the combination of the debris guard, the deep base and the placement of the seed/water cups helps combat air currents to keep the majority of the waste and debris inside the cage. This reduces the amount of mess and time-consuming clean ups, leaving you more time to enjoy your pet. The Vision Medium Bird Cage is a great home for your new bird. #prolificbreed #lovebirds #visionbirdcages #affliatelinks
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Check out the updated 2022 Blue Bird Vision! Ford’s new 350-horsepower 7.3L engine is narrower than the previous 6.8L, allowing more room for service work. Innovations for the fuel system, known as Gen 5, include stronger and lighter forged fuel rails and unique routing that keeps the engine-fuel distribution well organized. The system benefits from all of Ford’s performance and quality characteristics, such as horsepower, torque and towing, while maintaining the OEM factory warranty. In addition to engine updates, the new propane and gasoline Vision incorporates newly-engineered center routing, which allows much of the wiring and fuel lines to be housed between brackets in the frame rails for added protection and product longevity. A newly-designed grill also brings a fresh face to a familiar brand.
2023 Blue Bird Vision Manufactured 2/2022 -Cummins B6.7 -Ultra -low sulfur diesel fuel -Allison Transmission -100 gallon fuel tank -Single-wire Clearance lights -DEF System -78 pssgr -Kenwood PA System -Navy Blue seating - (curved) windshield -extended rubrails -5-hole variation rim -Cooper 11R 22.5" Tires -Bendix Electronic Stability Control -heartbeat Strobe Light -LED Lighting -Sound off Side panel turn signals -Incandescent Warning Lights -Hydraulic Brakes -Manual Door -Electric Stop Arms -Roscoe Eye-Max LP cross-view mirrors (heated) w/ tiger grip - Rosco 8912H 8x10' motorized flat mirrors (heated) -Rosco convex mirrors (heated) -Dual stop signs - High-pitch Fast backup alarm -New low-maintenance headlamps -New * Plastic W/L covers -Doran Sleeping Child Check -Clarion AM/FM Radio -E Z Light Check System -4 pushout Windows -Strobe Light Brush Guard -Blacked-out window borders - (metallic) honey comb grille
We got Pixel a bigger cage that we intend on eventually using to house both budgies. This is the Vision M02 birdcage. It goes with the M01 and L01 cages we already have. T-shirt and Amazon affiliate links below help support our channel. This cage is $63 on Amazon.com. If you want to buy one, please support our channel by using our affiliate link: 🤍
Scotch Plains Fanwood Board of Education Bus 7 7.3L Godzilla Gasoline 5/23/22
West Deptford School District Bus 102 Ford 7.3 Godzilla V8 9/24/22
Cookie Cockatiel - Aussie hand raised baby cockatiel
Riding bus 16 as a sub bus in the morning. Bus 16 is currently one of our oldest buses alongside buses 17, 2132, 222686, 222716, 222746, 222766, and 222786. Bus 16 is used as both a sub bus and a field trip/sports bus, Bus 17 is used as a field trip/sports bus, and the rest are First Student sub buses. This is a nice bus, however I still prefer IC CE's. Bus 16 7.2L CAT C7 Recorded March 3 and March 2, 2022
As requested, I made a special ed bus video. The bus I numbered the Vision off of is the one in the picture in the beginning. Enjoy! READ BEFORE COMMENTING: 1) You can download this game here: 🤍 2) The radio chatter DOES NOT come with the game! It is EDITED INTO THE VIDEO. If you want the radio chatter, comment and I will email it, but you MUST give me credit if you use it anywhere online, as it's my radio and I recorded it.