This video from the USA says about itself:
24 July 2016
A Wild Turkey can run really fast and probably get away a lot faster than taking a short flight. Not sure what this turkey was running from, but you can see a turkey in full run – rather impressive. On the same day a young elk was also in a hurry.
This was an elk according to the North American definition; not the Eurasian definition.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Family finds mammoth bone during holiday on Texel
A family from Gouda found a mammoth bone tens of thousands of years old during a walk on the beach of Texel. Arieke Visscher and her daughters Francine and Ruth made the discovery at beach post 28, the regional broadcasting organisation NH writes.
Mother Arieke thought almost immediately that it was a mammoth bone. Her grandfather was a fisherman and fished these bones from the sea.
A curator of Ecomare museum established that it was indeed a mammoth bone. Presumably it is a piece of a fibula. The bone is from the last ice age, about 20,000 to 40,000 years ago.
The bones of mammoths are still found at the bottom of the sea. The bones end up on the beach and North Sea sand is used for widening the beach. The discovery on the island, according to Ecomare therefore is “not very special, but still very nice.”
A buzzard and an otter are on this 30 June 2016 camera trap video, from near Fluessen lake in Friesland province in the Netherlands.
This February 2016 video from a nature reserve in Friesland province in the Netherlands is about three otters and a ‘magic stone’.
This video says about itself:
[Sika] Deer Battle For Dominance – Wild Japan – BBC
24 July 2016
Deer in Japan fight over the females.
This 25 July 2016 video from Polder Biert area on Voorne island in the Netherlands shows birds, a hare, and butterflies.
This 18 July 2015 video is about a roe deer which had died in the sand dunes of Ameland island in the Netherlands.
As wildlife warden Robert Pater writes, at first this only attracted carrion crows feeding on carrion. No feral cats, no gulls, no rats.
After a week, a buzzard landed to feed on the dead deer. Not so unusual, these birds often feed on carrion. However, this buzzard had been ringed; near the Bergumermeer lake in Friesland province; where quite some bird are ringed.