Barnacle geese and roe deer


This 21 January 2017 video is about wildlife on Voorne island in the Netherlands. Including a big barnacle geese flock, wigeon, a great egret and roe deer.

Coypu under water video


This 17 January 2017 shows a coypu near its den near Zevenaar town in the Netherlands.

Jos van Zijl made this video.

Wildlife film from Amsterdam, the Netherlands


This 7 November 2016 video by Jasper Schiphof is a film about wildlife in Amsterdam city, the Netherlands. Including a red fox, a greenshank, a grass snake and many more.

Mice-eating carnivorous plants


This video from the USA says about itself:

20 January 2017

While the carnivorous cravings of most flesh-eating plants are limited to small insects, one exception is the pitcher plant. It can consume anything that fits in its mouth–including a mouse!

Donald Trump’s yak, squirrel fur on Madame Tussauds statues


This video from England says about itself:

18 January 2017

Donald Trump‘s complex hairdo provides a challenge for Madame Tussauds sculptors in London. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

By Isa Soares, CNN:

Wax and mane: Donald Trump statue unveiled at Madame Tussauds

January 18, 2017

For five months, the team at Madame Tussauds has been quietly prodding, polishing and painting the face of the 45th President of the United States.

This is President-elect Donald Trump as you have never seen him before: up close and personal and made entirely of wax.

Created by Madame Tussauds, the waxwork is one of four being made in London. Three others have already been shipped to Washington DC, New York and Orlando to coincide with Trump’s inauguration on Friday. …

Styling the waxwork’s head of hair wasn’t the biggest concern, it was the color.

“His hair is a mixture of human hair and yak hair. We use yak hair with people with white hair because human hair is not readily available,” said hairstylist Kelly Cox. …

For the President-elect’s eyebrows, the team used squirrel hair.

This video is about red squirrels in Scotland.

This video is about Tibetan yaks.

I certainly hope not any yaks or squirrels were killed for providing yak or squirrel fur (and not any humans for the human hair). Too many elephants and other animals have already been killed for the Trump dynasty.

From AFP news agency:

19 January 2017 – 13H19

Trump waxwork joins world leaders at Paris museum

On the eve of his inauguration as US president, Donald Trump was already standing among world leaders at the Grevin wax museum in Paris on Thursday — though the sculptor admits the hair posed a challenge.

Sculpted in record time — just over two months — after the museum was wrong-footed by Trump’s shock victory over Hillary Clinton, the wax likeness stands next to one of German leader Angela Merkel and at arm’s length from Vladimir Putin of Russia.

The museum was so certain that Clinton would win the November election that it decided to forgo the trouble of sculpting statues for both candidates. …

A similar Trump waxwork was unveiled on Wednesday at Madame Tussauds museum in London, complete with his signature suntan — and yak hair.

Caged orangutang rescued


This BBC video says about itself:

18 January 2017

A caged Orangutang, captured from the wild is finally released from terrible conditions.

North Carolina, USA camera trap mammals


This video from North Carolina in the USA says about itself:

15 January 2017

One month time-lapse of animals triggering the Bushnell game camera in the Great Smoky Mountains. The creatures range in size from a field mouse to a large male Black Bear.