Arctic Geese Chicks Jump to Survive | Hostile Planet

Not yet able to fly, three barnacle geese chicks must free fall hundreds of feet to reach their next meal. Hostile Planet airs Mondays at 9/8c
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Barnacle geese nest high in Arctic cliffs, to avoid predators like foxes. Watch as the birds survive an extreme plunge to begin their lives.

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Why BEAVERS Are The Smartest Thing In Fur Pants

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Beavers have done more to shape North American landscapes than any animal beside humans. We don’t notice them much today because there aren’t many left, but before colonization, North America was home to hundreds of millions of these furry engineers. This week, we show you why Earth’s second largest rodent is more amazing than you ever knew, and why they’re the smartest thing in fur pants.

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SuperMarrow | Season 1 Episode 42 | Mr. Bean Cartoon World

Mr. Bean and the father-and-son compete for the incoming biggest marrow competition. Thanks to the super light lamps, Mr. Bean’s marrow grows heavier until the father and son decide to put caterpillars in Bean’s marrow. Then, when they see Bean with his marrow, they want to swap their marrow with his but fail to realize that the caterpillars are inside. So Bean convinces the judge that the marrow he’s holding is his and wins the trophy dropping the marrow on the old lady.

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Adorable Raccoon Babies Make Human Friend | National Geographic

Watch three adorable and playful baby raccoons befriend a man on a fishing trip.
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Three baby raccoons befriend a fisherman at a creek in Wooster, Ohio. The extremely playful critters crawled on top of the man and followed him around. Encounters between wild raccoons and humans are common throughout the United States, but what makes this scene heartbreaking is the possibility that baby raccoons are orphans. A second fisherman who came upon the scene not only fed the raccoons a dead fish, but built them a shelter near where they were found.

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Published: 2017-06-15 22:33:54
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Your kids might live on Mars. Here’s how they’ll survive | Stephen Petranek

It sounds like science fiction, but journalist Stephen Petranek considers it fact: within 20 years, humans will live on Mars. In this provocative talk, Petranek makes the case that humans will become a spacefaring species and describes in fascinating detail how we’ll make Mars our next home. “Humans will survive no matter what happens on Earth,” Petranek says. “We will never be the last of our kind.”

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This Endangered Monkey is One of the World’s Most Colorful Primates | Short Film Showcase

Native to Southeast Asia, the endangered red-shanked douc langur is known for its striking appearance. The ‘Queen of the Primates” has bright maroon fur from its knees to its ankles.
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Similar to the grey-shanked douc, it has a golden face, white chin and dark grey to black hands and feet. Due to hunting, disease, habitat loss, and unregulated mass tourism, the red-shanked douc could face extinction in the near future. Watch the colorful primate in its natural habitat in this film by Ryan Deboodt (http://www.ryandeboodt.com/)

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Published: 2019-03-07 20:19:54
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