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Damn, this stuff is amazing.
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The one where the grouper tells the octopus where the prey is so they can work together for meals is awesome.
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>>2544351
That's one lucky bird
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>>2544359
Is that a small bear or are walruses just big guys?
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>>2544449
That's a full size mother bear. She has two cubs. Those are bull walruses, which are nearly 2 tons in weight. They are fucking massive. Even the females are nearly 1 ton in weight. The bears go after the walrus babies instead.
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bump
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>>2544355
Planet Earth (the first one) has a similar scene with sea snakes and predatory fish teaming up to hunt in the reef. It's still amazing though to see two predators teaming up to hunt the same prey (I know humans and their hunting partner might count, but still).
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>>2544359
Goddamn. I thought the one in Wolf's Rain was an exaggeration
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I made a bunch of webms the other day. Dumping
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>>2546000
those human-like eyes look terrifying on them

I love it
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>whentheepilepsykicksin.webm
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>>2545976
Cool shit.
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>>2545522
Those aren't even the biggest. Elephant walrus males reach 4 tons.
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>>2545981
holy crab
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>all of these organisms and ecosystems will be extinct in less than 50 years
I can imagine they were in a hurry to film these documentaries.




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