In Inuit folklore, the kak-whan-u-ghat kig-u-lu'-nik or akh'lut is an orca-like composite animal that takes the form of a wolf when on land, is sometimes depicted as a wolf-orca hybrid. In 1900, the American naturalist Edward William Nelson described the kak-whan-u-ghat kig-u-lu'-nik among a number of other mythical and composite animals: It is described as being similar in form to the killer whale and is credited with the power of changing at will to a wolf. While in the wolf form it is known by the above name, the Eskimo say they know that this change takes place as they have seen wolf tracks leading to the edge of the sea ice and ending at the water, or beginning at the edge of the water and leading to the shore.... These animals are said to be fierce and to kill men. Nelson attributed stories of the creature to the orca, explained wolf tracks appearing to lead into the sea as the result of ice breaking away from the edge, he identifies other composite animals among Inuit folklore, including a white whale that can transform into a reindeer, says that belief in the kak-whan-u-ghat kig-u-lu'-nik is prevalent among Inuit along the shore of the Bering Sea.
More recent collections of myths and folklore have used the term Nelson gives for the orca, akh'lut, to describe the composite animal. The Akhlut is featured in Disco Zoo, it is featured in the Ice Age exhibit's mythical creature spot. In Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf, the Whalewolf is similar in appearance to the Akhlut. In the Sonic the Hedgehog series published by Archie Comics, there is a character named Akhlut who worked as one of Dr. Eggman's generals. Before the reboot of the comic's storyline, he was a cyborg orca with psychic abilities. After the reboot, Akhlut was an anthropomorphic orca. Kelpie Selkie
Northamptonshire is a county in the East Midlands of England. It has an area of 236,700 hectares and a population estimated in mid-2016 at 733,000; the county is bordered by Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Lincolnshire. It is governed by Northamptonshire County Council and seven district and borough councils, Daventry, East Northamptonshire, Northampton, South Northamptonshire and Wellingborough; the county flower is the cowslip. A ridge of low Jurassic hills runs through the county, separating the basins of the Welland and Nene rivers; the county has good transportation connections as it is crossed by two main railway lines and the M1 motorway, it has many small industrial centres rather than large conurbations. In England, Sites of Special Scientific Interest are designated by Natural England, responsible for protecting England's natural environment. Designation as an SSSI gives legal protection to the most important geological sites; as of July 2017, there are 57 sites designated in Northamptonshire, 48 for their biological interest and 9 for their geological interest.
Eight are Geological Conservation Review sites, four are Nature Conservation Review sites, fourteen are managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. The largest is Upper Nene Valley Gravel Pits, a Ramsar internationally important wetland site and a Special Protection Area under the European Union Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds; the smallest is Irchester Old Lodge Pit, described in the Geological Conservation Review as a Middle Jurassic site of national importance. List of Local Nature Reserves in Northamptonshire Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire Ratcliffe, Derek, ed.. A Nature Conservation Review. 2. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521 21403 3
The tentorial notch refers to the anterior opening between the free edge of the cerebellar tentorium and the clivus for the passage of the brainstem. The midbrain continues with the thalamus of the diencephalon through the tentorial notch; the tentorial notch is located between the tentorial edges and communicates the supratentorial and infratentorial spaces. This area can be divided into three spaces: anterior and posterior to the brainstem; the middle incisural space is close to the midbrain and the upper pons at the level of the pontomesencephalic sulcus. Medial temporal lobe structures such as the uncus, the parahippocampal gyrus and the hippocampal formation, are intimately related to the incisura; the principal vascular structures coursing along the middle incisural space are the posterior cerebral artery and the superior cerebellar artery which pass around the brainstem, parallel to the free tentorial edge. The incisura has a close relationship with the first 6 cranial nerves. If intracranial pressure superior to the cerebellar tentorium is increased, it may force part of the temporal lobe through this notch.
Ingeborg Haug Steinholt is a Norwegian politician for the Red Party, since 2007 a member of Nordland County Council. Steinholt was a member of the Central Committee of Red Youth from 2006 to 2010, she was a member of the Central Board of Directors of Red Youth. Steinholt was born in Sandnessjøen, she moved to Oslo to study nursing, works there as a nursing assistant. Steinholt has residences in Sandnessjøen, she is studying medicine in Tromsø. She stands for a more liberal policy regarding vocational education, wants to remove much unneeded theory in such subjects. Steinholt started her political career as a member of Red Youth, became a member of its mother party, Red. In 2007 Steinholt was elected as Red Nordland's leading candidate in the local elections of 2007. Steinholt had a short election campaign, but she managed to make several notable appearances. Steinholt focused on environmental issues during the campaign, opposed the establishment of a petroleum plant in northern Norway. Under her leadership, Red Norddland received 2,956 votes, 3.0 percent of the votes, an increase of 0.9% from the previous local election in 2003.
Red won another seat on the Nordland County Council during the election. One of Steinholt's campaign promises was to put an end to the activities of the petroleum industry close to Lofoten and Vesterålen because of hazardous effects on the environment; when asked if she had any political allies in parliament who could help her, Steinholt replied, "Our most important partners are not in Parliament those organisations whose main goal is to improve conditions for the Norwegian people. We must ensure that the Public Action For an Oil-Free Lofoten and Vesterålen will be heard". In November 2009 Altadhaug Municipality cut the budgets of youth organisations by an estimated NOK 400,000. Steinholt opposed this, saying that if the wages of the mayor and several other high-ranking politicians had been cut, the municipality could have saved NOK 487,000. In the 2009 parliamentary election Steinholt received 1,829 votes, again as Red Nordland's leading candidate, she was elected a member of Red Youth's Central Board in 2006.
In 2008 Steinholt became a member of Red Youth's National Board. Steinholt has stated that she feels the government should reduce unnecessary theory in the vocational education programme in upper secondary school; the Norwegian Government, Steinholt believes, should increase their funding for vocational education programmes and jobs. Steinholt believes there is a broad consensus in the labor movement that the Contractual Pension bill holds a hostile policy towards the working class. Interpellations led to a debate in the City Council between Steinholt and County Cabinet leader Odd Eriksen, she believed it would be disrespectful towards workers to deprive them the right of a dignified work age, feeling that forcing them to quit their jobs at the age of 62 is too early. She is opposed to oil drilling in Lofoten, arguing that oil drilling would lead to conditions hazardous to the area. In July 2009 she told Klassekampen that the government should give emergency funding to Norwegian companies who work on developing renewable energy instead of just giving it to the banks.
Steinholt does not believe that small municipalities should be merged because of their economic problems. She feels the government focus on the struggling economy of the municipalities should be towards cleaning up their debt. In 2008 alone, the municipalities of Norway had a gathered debt of NOK 20.7 billion. She stated that if Red was elected to parliament, they would propose a bill giving the municipalities an immediate transfer of NOK 10 billion. Profile at Red
The Chorro El Indio National Park Is a national park of Venezuela located to the east of San Cristóbal, Táchira State, in the mountain range the Maravilla, has access by the highway San Cristóbal - Macanillo - Potosí. The area includes the paramos of Guarín, El Pino, El Moradeño, El Moraleño, El Oso, Cerro La Maravilla and Cerro El Chimborazo, within which are the waterfalls Chorro El Indio and Chorro El Franklin, at the headwaters of the river Zúñiga, it reached the rank of National Park by decree dated December 7, 1989 by the president of the republic Carlos Andrés Pérez. It has an approximate area of 17,000 hectares, with a range between 1100 m and 2600 m, a temperature varying between 12 ° C and 23 ° C, with a warm mountain rainy climate, the average annual rainfall is 2000 mm. List of national parks of Venezuela Mochima National Park
Travel Trade Gazette, known as TTG, is a weekly newspaper for the travel industry. TTG was launched in 1953 by Leslie Stone and Ted Kirkham and is the world's oldest travel trade newspaper, it includes destination reports and careers advice for the travel and tourism industries. Sectors covered include travel agents, tour operators, cruise companies, tourist boards, rail travel, ferry lines, business travel and web-based operators; the paper has an audited circulation of 17,099 and is distributed via subscription and controlled circulation to high street travel agents, homeworker agents, call centres, tour operators and other travel organisations. It is published on Thursdays. TTG publishes ttgluxury, a quarterly publication for the luxury travel sector, bespoke supplements as well as running several events including the TTG Travel Awards, TTG Top 50 Travel Agencies, TTG On Tour roadshows, TTG LGBT travel events and ttgluxury seminars. Since 2012 TTG has produced the WTM show dailies, for London's World Travel Market, magazines that are distributed on each day of WTM London to over 50,000 attendees.
The paper's website includes news, photo galleries and job vacancies. TTG is published by TTG Media Limited, it is based at TTG's head office New Bridge Street House, 30-34 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6BJ In 2013, former editor Daniel Pearce completed a management buy-out from parent company UBM, setting up TTG Media Ltd. TTG is published under licence in the Middle East and North Africa, the Czech Republic and Poland; the main competitors of TTG are Travel Weekly in print and online, Travelmole. Official website