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Indonesia / director=Byung-seo Kim, Hae-jun Lee / / Drama / writed by=Hae-jun Lee / 287 votes. This disaster plus action movie is exciting from big disaster scene near the beginning to the very end. The effects are as good as any Western blockbuster and the battle sequences are exciting and well choreographed. The characters are funny and quite endearing. The story is more complex than expected with a good amount of humour and some political subplot involving nukes North South China and US. Good use of some big name Korean stars.
Worth a watch.
Hwayugi cast the directrice and her co worker. It isn‘t Bad at all its REALLY good wow. When it were real i Would watch it. -removed Shan Yu and Mushu -added a witch falcon out of nowhere -guys running vertical walls Wth. Uh, this trailer compared to the original one gives a completely different vibe to the movie.
And that is how you watch a 2-hour movie in 2 minutes, folks.
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Worth watching. The plotline, special effect are perfect. This movie is box office in SK, Taiwan, china, hongkong. Another good movie from SK beside Parasite.
Nice so is he going to get a Red Lightning when he gets enough Evil actions. This article is about the protected area. For the volcanic phenomenon, see Volcanic ash. For the 2019 South Korean film, see Ashfall (film). Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park Hills surrounding the fossil beds Location in Nebraska Location Royal, Antelope, Nebraska, United States Coordinates 42°25′30″N 98°09′31″W / 42. 42500°N 98. 15861°W Coordinates: 42°25′30″N 98°09′31″W / 42. 15861°W  Area 360 acres (150 ha) Elevation 1, 722 ft (525 m)  Established 1986 Governing body Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Website Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park U. S. National Natural Landmark Designated 2006 The Ashfall Fossil Beds of Antelope County in northeastern Nebraska are rare fossil sites of the type called lagerstätten that, due to extraordinary local conditions, capture a moment in time ecological "snapshot" in a range of well-preserved fossilized organisms. Ash from a Yellowstone hotspot eruption 10-12 million years ago created these fossilized bone beds. The site is protected as Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park, a 360-acre (150 ha) park that includes a visitor center with interpretive displays and working fossil preparation laboratory, and a protected ongoing excavation site, the Hubbard Rhino Barn, featuring fossil Teleoceras (native hippo-like ancestral rhinoceros) and ancestral horses.  The Ashfall Fossil Beds are especially famous for fossils of mammals from the middle Miocene geologic epoch. The Ashfall Fossil Beds are stratigraphically part of the Serravallian -age  Ogallala Group. Bruneau-Jarbidge event [ edit] The Ashfall deposit preserves the fossilized remains of ancient animals that perished in a dense volcanic ash fall which occurred during the late Miocene, approximately 12 million years ago; the animals had come to a waterhole seeking relief. The fall of ash drifted downwind from the Bruneau-Jarbidge supervolcano eruption (in present-day Idaho), nearly 1, 000 miles (1, 600 km) west of the Ashfall site. A large number of very well preserved fossil Teleoceras (extinct hippo-like relatives of rhinos), small three-toed and one-toed horses, camels, and birds have been excavated. Many animals were preserved with their bones articulated; one rhino still bears her unborn fetus, while others retain the contents of their last meal. The bones of the animals show features that indicate that the animals died of lung failure induced by inhaling volcanic ash. The smaller animals with smaller lung capacity were the first to die, and the larger animals were the last. Bite-marks on some bones show that local predators (the carnivorous bone-crunching dog Aelurodon) scavenged some of the carcasses, but no predator remains have yet surfaced. There are also abundant clues to the region's ecology, indicating a savanna of grassland interspersed with trees that luxuriated in a warmer, milder climate than today's. The rapidly accumulating ash, windblown into deep drifts at low places like the waterhole site, remained moderately soft. The ash preserved the animals in three dimensions; not even the delicate bones of birds or the carapaces of turtles were crushed. Above the layer of ash, a stratum of more erosion-resistant sandstone has acted as "caprock" to preserve the strata beneath. Paleontologists working on the site Preservation [ edit] The first hint of the site's richness was the skull of a juvenile rhinoceros noticed in 1971 eroding out of a gully at the edge of a cornfield. In 1971, University of Nebraska State Museum paleontologist Michael Voorhies was walking with his wife Jane through a series of gullies on Melvin Colson’s farm in northeastern Nebraska and made this discovery.  The Nebraska Game and Parks Foundation purchased the Ashfall site in 1986.  Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park opened in 1991.  The site was declared a National Natural Landmark on May 9, 2006.  The park's Hubbard Rhino Barn opened in 2009. The 17, 500-square-foot (1, 630 m 2) pavilion lets visitors observe as paleontologists carry out excavations of new discoveries exactly where the fossilized remains lie preserved.  Specially constructed walkways afford visitors an unobstructed close-up view of paleontologists at work during the summer field season. Species [ edit] The remains of Teleoceras are so numerous and concentrated that the main section of Ashfall is called the "Rhino Barn". Other fossils at the "Rhino Barn" include the remains of horses and camels.  Taxa discovered in the Ashfall deposits include: five genera of horse: Cormohipparion, Protohippus, Pseudhipparion, Neohipparion and Pliohippus three genera of camelids: Procamelus, Aepycamelus and Protolabis three genera of canids: Leptocyon, Cynarctus and evidence of scavenging from a bone-crushing canid, possibly Aelurodon one genus of rhinoceros: Teleoceras one genus of saber-toothed deer: Longirostromeryx three bird species: crowned crane ( Balearica exigua), a rail, and Apatosagittarius (a Miocene hawk resembling the now living secretarybird) two species of turtle: Hesperotestudo and pond turtle  See also [ edit] Gray Fossil Site List of fossil sites (with link directory) Pipe Creek Sinkhole References [ edit] External links [ edit] Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park University of Nebraska State Museum Ashfall Fossil Beds Skeleton Map University of Nebraska State Museum.
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Along with the gods the last 49 days. If you already watched the season 1,I really recomend this
No one: No one at all: Monsters: hey how you don little mama let me whisper in your ear. Ble nk react trailer playing with fire? PurePixels. I remember the short, glad they finally got to make their film. Who loves Lucy and George. ⬇️ 🤗to🤗. Lol i really thought it was Lindsay Lohan in the thumbnail. Untrained Sth Korean army bomb disposal unit infiltrates Nth Korea to steal some Nukes so they can blow up a volcano before it erupts destroying the entire Korean Peninsula. br> They only had 1 copy of the map which they promptly lose (face palm) forcing them to rely on guidance from wise cracking but treacherous N Korean agent who just wants to find his daughter (BH Lee who at least earned 1 star, everyone else gets zero.
This movie was trash right from the start with ridiculously exaggerated disaster effects, ludicrously incompetent Sth Korean military, miraculous survival of the main characters and a blatant 'self-sacrifice redemption of the bad guy' movie trope.
I was expecting this to have something to do with Paul Bunyan. Oh my, I feel so lucky that it didn't erupt when we where there last week, Jan. 4, 2020 Saturday at tagaygay picnic groove, I 'm blogging and I capture some beautiful scenery there in taal volcano and taal lake, I just up loaded it yesterday. Great that WWII is coming But shouldn't it be WWIII. The funny thing is theres a comic that has this same story line-except the girl is in a wheelchair lol he character is a young boy whos mom turned and he was trapped in the house. Its actually really good. Anu bro? Nakikita sa videoke.