Eurasian oystercatcher in Sweden


This video shows an Eurasian oystercatcher in Sweden.

How kangaroos stay cool


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Amazing Kangaroo Technique To Stay Cool – Planet Earth – BBC Earth

2 April 2017

Australia is the world’s most arid continent, and its blistering daytime heat can be a potential killer. Using thermal imaging, we are given a fascinating glimpse into how the Red Kangaroos cool their body temperatures and avoid the deadly effects of the mid day sun.

Hawaiian moorhen visits young albatross


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28 April 2017

Watch this Hawaiian Moorhen nearly cross paths with a sleepy Kalama on the Laysan Albatross cam.

Also known as ‘alae ‘ula, these endangered water birds are endemic to Hawaii. They are a subspecies of the Common Gallinule, which inhabits marshes and ponds all the way from Canada to Chile!

The Kauai Laysan Albatross cam is a collaboration between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the Kauai Albatross Network.

Watch live with news, updates, and FAQs at http://allaboutbirds.org/albatross.

Strange cave animals


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Troglobites: Strange Cave Specialists – Planet Earth – BBC Earth

31 March 2017

Many caves are like islands, cut off from the outside world and other known civilization. This isolation has resulted in the evolution of various strange creatures. These species range from the blind salamander to the Belizean white crab and are considered cave specialists and are better known as troglobites.