Epic Wildlife YouTube Channel Analytics and Report

Epic Wildlife Tablero de Estadística & Análisis de YouTube (Datos actualizados en 2020-04-09)
Se unió a YouTube en: 2012-02-07Área: Estados Unidos  Idioma: Inglés 
Subscriptores Live Sub Count
Vistas Totales
616.26M  0.02%
Vistas Promedio
15.36K  -0.48%
Videos totales
Etiquetas de canal
Rango Global
11,916th  (Top 1%)
Rango de país/área
3,284th  (Top 1%)
Calificación de Nox
Videos publicados
8  (Mes reciente)
Est. Ingreso de compañero(mensual)
$ 2.14K-$ 6.62K
Est. Ingresos de potenciales
$ 143.8  (Cada Video)
Epic Wildlife Hoja de datos del canal de YouTube 
Epic Wildlife Datos de historial de suscriptores (Año pasado)
Datos Diarios
Recordatorio: Debido al Youtube solo muestra 3 cifras primeras de cantidad de seguidores, por eso la curva hay un poco cambio
Epic Wildlife Vistas del historial de datos (Año pasado)
Datos Diarios
Epic Wildlife Comparación diaria de datos de subs y vistas 
7 dias
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el promedio rendimiento de las interacciones de los últimos 30 vídeos
Vistas de video
Vídeos más vistos del canal de YouTube de Epic Wildlife YouTube Channel
654.94K Vistas· 2019-02-02 Fecha de Publicación· 1.24K Gustos· 311 Comentarios

From angry aggressive ants … to swarming wasps and killer bees … here are 15 of the world’s worst insect stings #15 Fire Ants What would it feel like to be stung by one of these insects? The clue is in their name. When these aggressive critters bite it’s followed by a sting from their abdominal area. And that creates the effect of being burned with fire. The sting later swells into a bump that can become irritated and infected. Severe allergic reaction to the ant’s sting can result in loss of breath, severe chest pain, and slurring of speech. #14 Jack Jumper Ants They’re a larger-sized species of ant, going about 0.5 inches long (1.3 cm). They’re found mostly in southeast mainland Australia and Tasmania. They’re called Jumpers because some species can display an ability to jump for long distances. Along with their aggression, these ants are noted for their sting which is delivered by a barbless stinger and can sting indefinitely. Those painful stings serve to both kill their prey and scare off predators. While their sting can cause some discomfort in humans, it’s actually the venom that might be the greater concern, since it can have some fatal effects. If a human is allergic to it, potentially fatal symptoms like falling blood pressure. #13 Bald-Faced Hornet Its common name is linked to the insect’s black and white (or piebald) coloration which distinguishes it from others in its genus. And it’s actually a type of yellowjacket wasp, not a true hornet. Their sting results in pain similar to what you’d feel if you got your hand caught in a slammed door, but it only lasts for a few minutes. Did you know these insects can spray venom from their stinger into the eyes of its aggressors? #12 Red Paper Wasp Paper wasps get their common name due to their behavior of chewing plant and wood fibers to create a paper-like material they use to construct nests. And they can build some of the largest nests of any wasp species. They’ve been documented to reach the size of a dinner plate and contain more than 5,000 individuals. This species is also known for imparting a painful sting that been compared to a lingering acid burn. Along with swelling and itching, some victims can develop a full body rash. Subscribe to Epic Wildlife Let's Connect -- -- -- --

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