The Matsuzawa Tetsuro, Professor of Kyoto University (Japan), can communicate with chimpanzees and shows us here that tells them “Hi”. Excerpt from the BBC documentary “Extraordinary Animals – Earth”.
Extraordinary Octopus Takes To Land – The Hunt – BBC Earth Octopuses are Marine animals, that live and breath underwater, so at low tide one would expect them to be imprisoned in rocky pools. This extraordinary species found in Northern Australia is like no other Octopus, and land is no obstacle when hunting for Crabs.
The smarter Chimp The Ayumu is the chimpanzee that had seen again in an older video (link). Today, the Ayumu can memorize a long series of numbers in less than half a second. Reportage is the BBC from Kyoto University, in Japan.
Polar bear tries to attack a human The filmmaker Gordon Buchanan confronted with a great wild polar bear trying to get into the protective canopy. Excerpt from the documentary "Polar Bear Family and Me" the BBC Earth.
Pack of wolves chasing a hare in Arctic, wolves have to work hard for their meals. One of the biggest game they can find in the area, the rabbit, It is incredibly nimble and can reach a speed of 60 km / h. To have hope, wolves must hunt as a team. Excerpt from the documentary "The Hunt" the BBC Earth.
Cheetah vs. ostrich In Kenya, three young Cheetah chasing an ostrich. Excerpt from the documentary the BBC Earth Life.
Sardines against predators As large flocks of sardines migrate during summer, a plurality of prey concentrated around the. seals, seabirds, Dolphins, tons, sharks and whales, all rush to grab a delicious meal. Under water, performed a highly spectacular hunting. Excerpt from the documentary "The Hunt" the BBC Earth.
The clever spider They are known to eat other spiders, The Portia is a kind of jumping spider can jump up to 50 times the length of the body. In some very impressive close-ups, we see how this amazing spider uses its superpowers to catch a prey that is three times greater than the same. Excerpt from the wonderful documentary series "The Hunt" the BBC Earth.
An orangutan cut wood In the second episode of the documentary "Spy In The Wild" by BBC, an orangutan found a saw and knew how to use it. Like other great apes, orangutans are highly intelligent. In the 1990s, orangutans observed to use feeding tools. This had previously been observed in chimps.
The wonderful trailer of the documentary Planet Earth II The "Planet Earth II" is the sequel to the highly successful series Planet Earth, which was broadcast for the first time in 2006 by the BBC. The British channel will continue with presenter David Attenborough, and recently released this impressive trailer.
The monkeys steal asking ransom In Bali, Indonesia, the monkeys move anywhere and steal tourists from there that you don't expect. Grab flip flops, hats, Mobile, cameras, sunglasses and anything else put on the eye, in order to blackmail people for ... ransom. Excerpt from the documentary "World's Sneakiest Animals" by BBC.
As shouts groundhog / How marmot screams Steppe marmot, or marmot (Marmota bobak) caught in a stable population of the Belgorod region for resettlement in the central black-earth reserve. Pouring water from a marmot burrows - the most humane and safe method of catching these animals live in the wild.
Volcanic storm From September 25, the British channel BBC broadcast the documentary series "Patagonia: Earth's Secret Paradise", dealing with one of the most unusual places in the world: Patagonia, in South America. Amongst by beautiful and very stunning pictures, a small excerpt shows the formation of a storm in a huge cloud of volcanic ash from a volcano. The beauty of nature in all its glory.