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A purple rumped sunbird

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A purple rumped sunbird.

Spider web weaving

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-Spiders are master weavers. The main reason spiders make webs is to catch their prey. Once a spider catches it's prey within the sticky strands of its cobweb, it approaches the insect and uses its fangs to inject poison. Then wraps it's victim to ensure it is well secured. See what making a spider web involves.

Beautiful bird

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Beautiful bird

Life as a deer

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-Males of almost all deer species grow antlers and use them to battle for females. During mating season, they lock the antlers together to see who is the strongest. The strongest deer gets the most females. But most times you will find them peacefully grazing together. See a sample of them.

Tree climbing anteater

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Tree climbing anteater.

Woodpecker amazing drilling

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-Why can woodpecker drill without becoming hopelessly dizzy? The answer seems to lie in the design of the woodpecker’s head. The spongy, elastic connective tissue joining the bones between the skull and the beak absorb shock, as do the large muscles that extend over the woodpecker’s head and behind each of its ears. Watch some woodpeckers do what they do best, drilling.

Beautiful glossy starling

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Beautiful glossy starling.

Zebras on the move

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-Zebras are constantly on the move for fresh grass to eat and water to drink. Super stealthy animals, they’ll travel thousands of kilometers in search of green pastures where they can fill their bellies and quench their thirst! Watch some zebras on this journey.

The mighty crocodile

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-According to Journal of Experimental Biology, crocodiles have amazing ability to lurk with their eyes above water, which allows them to scan the shoreline without moving their head, waiting motionless for prey to wander too close to the river's edge. Watch some crocodiles displaying this ability, while others project their imposing presence.

Beautiful european starling


Beautiful european starling.

Some amazing mammals

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-According to a study conducted by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 60% of all mammals on earth are livestock, humans are 36% and sadly wild mammals make up only 4%. This shows that if nothing is done most wild mammals will become extinct soon. Soon future generations will be unable to learn the alphabet using animals. Watch a selection of this mammals that we really need to preserve.

Fallow deer with large antlers

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Fallow deer with large antlers.