Crows Trained to Pick Up Trash Teach Humans A Lesson | National Geographic

These creatures may be small, but they have an outsized intellect.
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These birds are trained for a job. These six rooks pick up trash at a theme park in Les Epesses, France. They bring the trash to a container that dispenses a food reward. This gives a new, positive spin to the expression “bird brain.” Ornithologist Robert Mulvihill said that parrots and some songbirds, like rooks and crows, have “really high neuronal densities for their size.” These creatures may be small, but they have an outsized intellect. The whole process is still fundamentally a foraging behavior but a bit more complex.

Read more in “These Clever Birds Will Work for Food”

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Size matters – Surfing the 100ft swell at Nazare | 60 Minutes Australia

The largest and meanest waves in the world slam into a headland in Portugal called Nazare. Such is this monster break it often breaks those brave – or crazy – boardriders who attempt to take it on.

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The Best Of Eagle Attacks 2018 – Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights! Wild Discovery Animals

The Best Of Eagle Attacks 2018 – Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights! Wild Discovery Animals
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China Desperately Grapples With Its Plastic Waste Crisis

Tipping Point: Beijing produces 25,000 tonnes of waste every day, putting a strain on the city’s infrastructure, but efforts to streamline the recycling process may threaten the livelihoods of the city’s poorest.

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“People are suffering from the pollution”, says campaigner Chen Liwen. “Without sustainable waste management, we don’t have a future.” However, dramatic policy changes, namely serious restrictions on the import of foreign waste, endanger the livelihoods of 170,000 rubbish pickers. “They rely on recycling to raise their family”, says Liwen. Even entrepreneurs like Liu Xuesong may pose a threat. “I wish to give the industry more dignity”, she says; but by encouraging the consumer to recycle directly, the rubbish picker ‘middle man’ loses out. Wang Jindong is being pressured by the government to abandon rubbish picking, and fears for his young nephew’s future. “My hope is that for his whole life he has food to eat and he can have a family and a career”, says Jindong. “Then my job will be done.”

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Published: 2018-08-17 10:45:44
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The Smallest Bird you have ever seen

By accident I got hold of two of the smallest eggs I have ever seen.
Should I incubate them?
Would I be able to raise a baby bird that would hatch from it?

The little bird is called a Wren. In my country it is the second smallest bird species there is.

It hatched so fast that I missed it.
The feeding was hard with my big human hands and very time-consuming. It took me about 80 feeding rounds per day to keep him healthy.
But in the end it worked.

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The incubator I used is a MS incubator
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For filming I used a canon EOSD7 and an I-phone 5s

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🇵🇭 The Philippines’ Baby Factory | 101 East | Ang Pabrika ng Sanggol ng Pilipinas

They call it the “baby factory”.

At the Dr Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in the Philippines’ capital, Manila, an infant is born every 12 minutes. Many of the new mothers are teenagers, some just 13.

This devoutly Catholic nation, where abortion is illegal, is the only Asian country where teenage pregnancy has increased in the last two decades.

Authorities say they want to reduce the birth rate, but the fight to make contraception readily available has been plagued by setbacks.

101 East investigates why children are having babies in the Philippines and meets some of the country’s youngest mothers.

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Published: 2018-01-18 09:19:06
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