BBC’s One Life Documentary

Yesterday I watched BBC’s One Life Documentary, and it contains some amazing footage of several ingenious survival, hunting and mating strategies of animals. Shown is for example how dolphins fish by forcing fish to jump in the air by creating a net of muddy water, and then catching them from the air, apparently an act that’s easier than just trying to catch them in the water. But more on-topic, and the reason I thought about posting it, is the fact that it also contains some footage of the bearded vulture. It’s a scavenger that eats remains that even other scavengers leave behind: the bones of dead animals. They fly up in the air to drop the bones on rocks to make them smaller and digestible, an activity that takes them seven years to master! Trailer:

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