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today at 04:00.
Skydivers can reach 150mph velocity, but this is not even cruising speed for a peregrine falcon.
Peregrine falcon dives at 180 mph
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today at 04:15
The Peregrine has evolved a very careful way to attack it's prey. The falcon’s prey is struck in one wing, not the full body, so the falcon does not injure itself by a heavy collision. It then captures the prey in mid-air; the Peregrine Falcon strikes its prey with a clenched foot, stunning or killing it with the impact. If its prey is too heavy to carry, a Peregrine will drop it to the ground and eat it there.
today at 04:09
Actually +372 mph.
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today at 04:14
The scene prior to jump sent chills down my legs and ended in the feet!
today at 01:00.
Freeze in winter, thaw in spring.
Baby turtles survive deep freeze
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today at 02:12
So amazingly beautiful, it brought tears to my eyes...nature♥
today at 01:37
WTG Baby Turtles!
today at 02:22
So amazing and beautiful!
yesterday at 22:00.
GPS tracking is helping scientists in Brighton find out how badgers behave in the city.
Uncovering the secret lives of the UK's urban badgers
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yesterday at 23:07
Steeple Claydon has a number of food bin raiding badgers!
yesterday at 22:12
I remember first hearing about urban badgers on the BBC in the late 80's... apparently they're found of mashed potato.
yesterday at 22:31
Omg. Hope I don't run into one. They are nasty critters.
yesterday at 18:00.
#PlanetEarth2 reveals why welcoming wildlife into our cities could be the secret to healthy urban living.
Why wild cities are good for our health
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yesterday at 18:05
why this will only happen when the people in power and governments start to do it...
yesterday at 18:12
It would be cool to do this in the red wood forest
yesterday at 18:46
Been here...Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. Beautiful.
yesterday at 15:00.
In the future, will we choose to build cities that are home both for us and for wildlife?
Planet Earth II: Cities - Hong Kong Hyperlapse
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yesterday at 15:26
No, we won't. We'll allow the relentless march of free market capitalism to consume every available resource and convert every available square mile to landfill, shanty and sewer. We are bacteria.
yesterday at 15:12
Wild life needs open spaces and all kind of biodiversity around. Let animals live free and try to preserve their environments😉
Chris T Nwude
yesterday at 16:07
while half the population is in bed the other half is awake and vice versa to avoid the effects of the nation's over 1billion population.
yesterday at 14:06.
It started with a sequence of strange sightings.
Many people are convinced that big cats roam the UK
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Sue Simpson Heller
yesterday at 17:37
I live in British Columbia where we have a large number of cougars. We never see them except on wildlife cams. There is a saying... just because you don't see them, it doesn't mean they are not there. Very elusive animals and that is no doubt how they have managed to survive.
yesterday at 15:45
Back in late 90's I was driving back from Southampton across Salisbury Plain fairly late at night and I swear to god a huge black cat crossed the road infront of me, will never forget how long the tail was. Definitely others out there
Martin Slade Edwards
yesterday at 17:10
Simply look at the facts ! Never a Skelton or any hairs or scat found for DNA forensic analysis to prove the myth! It's like Bigfoot! Some believe but science proves otherwise currently!
yesterday at 04:00.
Most of the bugs we encounter on a daily basis are either good in terms of immune development.
Meet the microbes that have made New York City their home
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yesterday at 01:00.
Scientists have created a new app that allows Australians to gather information about one of our most unique and elusive animals, the platypus.
(Via Australia Plus)
New app to help save the elusive platypus
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yesterday at 11:01
Been around forever then a coupla hundred years of western capitalism ruins the habitat and this ancient and unique species.....a million times over modern humans are like a virus
yesterday at 01:14
Because it's not enough to just talk about it. No more platytudes.
yesterday at 07:41
Well they are semi aquatic egg laying mammals of action.
12/08/2016 at 22:00.
The stuff of nightmares.
Giant venomous centipede vs bat
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Donna Michele Fernstrom
12/08/2016 at 23:27
When will we get Planet Earth 2 in the U.S.?
12/08/2016 at 22:21
Imagine having that many legs? Can you be like "I wanna move my 34th leg on the left side" and just do that? Or do they all kinda work together?
yesterday at 02:13
Humans are more a danger and to have nightmares about than even the most toxic creepy crawlies. Humans are the real threat to life on earth, Not even toxic insects can compete with that..You should have nightmares about humans destroying life on earth and dream about being a hero tot save the tiny creatures. Well, you can be in real life!
12/08/2016 at 18:00.
These flowers are not trying to appeal to people.
Far from smelling nice: The flowers that stink of rotting flesh
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yesterday at 02:08
I've got one on the kitchen windowsill. As soon as it starts flowering it get a quick shift outside LOL
12/08/2016 at 20:56
Got a few of these in the greenhouse, can get a bit over powering at times.
12/08/2016 at 22:55
SATAN HAS HIS OWN GARDEN.
12/08/2016 at 15:00.
While filming langurs in India, #PlanetEarth2 cameraman Mark MacEwen got caught up in one of the most colourful festivals in the world.
Planet Earth II: Cities - Holi
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Annant Singh Raunkali
12/08/2016 at 18:09
You know I felt very proud when the final episode ended in India. I have seen the leopards , the langurs and the monkeys in India. I loved it how our connection with these animals was mentioned. And Holi is a fun festival. But stupidity is omnipresent. I know western people consider our cities and life a carnage and chaos but I am sure you will love it when you become a part of it and everyone's invited :)
yesterday at 22:27
Try to see the elephant festival in India absolutely spectacular, colourful & it's amazing what they can perform happens around August time in Kerala a must see.
yesterday at 15:04
(Amazing!!!) India most colorful festival is a bright expression riot of colors that most definitely done it.
12/08/2016 at 13:00.
The animals died in their hundreds of thousands in the space of a fortnight.
The sad fate of the saiga antelope from Planet Earth II
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Rob T Geraghty
12/08/2016 at 14:39
It blows my mind that I'm 33 and still seeing animals I've never seen or never heard of and it's mainly down to the BBC nature programmes I get this opportunity.
12/08/2016 at 22:16
Elizabeth Kakoschke - interesting - I can't wait for Planet Earth ll to come to Australia next year
12/08/2016 at 13:12
Because man? When there is nothing left to hunt, man will hunt itself. I know the west is pretty bad at animal care... but compared to the east, good god we're like the saviours of animals, saying this because this antelope was wiped out in China..
12/08/2016 at 11:19.
One lake in Kenya has yielded fossils that revolutionised our understanding of human evolution
The remote lake that tells the story of humanity's birth
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12/08/2016 at 14:00
It amazes me why religious people even bother watching things scientific, why put yourself through it
It would be like me going to church just to get angry every Sunday
yesterday at 02:20
I recommend people to research and learn the details about genetic evolution if they want to have a reasonable opinion. Once you learn how it works there is really no denying it.
12/08/2016 at 12:04
Language is the exchanging of verbal sounds. It's NOT what is exchanging the verbal sounds! There is no such thing as a "human", Never has been. Never will be! Language would be a great thing if it actually existed, but it doesn't. All that anyone is doing when they read is mimicking a bunch of sounds that don't exist! Example: hohoho ... whoosh ... peep !!!
12/08/2016 at 04:00.
Urban gulls are taking over the world.
Are 'seagulls' abandoning the sea for an easy life in the city?
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12/08/2016 at 04:40
Gradually, but an obvious transformation. We are clearing off the forests, polluting the seas, excessive fishing !.. we don't have to look far but the evolution of domesticated animals from the wilds.
12/08/2016 at 05:40
I live on the coast and have noticed a real decline in sea birds of all kinds. We've eaten all their food. That's why the survivors need ours. So they're adapting - it's called natural selection.
12/08/2016 at 09:12
Bloody seagulls coming into inner cities & taking out leftovers! Beryl, I feel a Daily Mail letter coming on!! It's time we reclaimed our neighbourhood from these 'gulls'!
12/08/2016 at 01:00.
Although the Mekong river slides through six countries and various climates, its geographical and spiritual source is said to lie on the high, dry Tibetan plateau.
(Via BBC Travel)
The river of 60 million people
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12/08/2016 at 12:12
So us British BBC licence payers cannot access these BBC subsidiary links at home!!! Poor shout.
12/08/2016 at 08:13
Says it's the international site and we're not allowed to access it from the U.K.?
12/08/2016 at 03:36
Fantastic - take this great BBC journey.
12/07/2016 at 22:00.
Have you ever wondered....
Why is there something rather than nothing?
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12/07/2016 at 22:19
Maybe we are a microcosm of something much larger. If we could step back almost to infinity and look at us from afar we might see somthing beyond imagination. Much like a single celled plant has no concept of where they fit in, we may be equally naive'. What if we're just part of a giant being . . . . or gasp, God? We do not know what the whole package looks like.
12/08/2016 at 09:47
Ok, now if their right and the universe is expanding, what would be at the theoretical other side of the edge of our expanding universe? It's the only thing I have ever considered as nothing, but if it were possible to observe/study it, we would name it something.
Or could it be as simple as "nothing is only something that no one know of"
12/08/2016 at 09:43
The whole universe 🌌 is a computer generated environment, the "big bang" was the point in which the download began and expanded....we are on the outside of this environment it's only our consciousness downloaded into this environment firstly into the animal chain then once we reach a certain level of awareness we then move on to the humanid avatars, living out specifically chosen lives, enduring struggles until we ourselves become Godlike
12/07/2016 at 20:00.
Cities may appear hostile to animal life, but for the bold, they are worlds of surprising opportunity.
Don't miss the final episode of #PlanetEarth2 Sunday, 8pm on BBC One.
Planet Earth 2: Series Finale
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12/07/2016 at 23:45
My Sundays will never be the same after this 😕😢 #ThatVoice
12/08/2016 at 08:51
Can't wait to see it. I have followed all episode and they're all brilliant and fascinating! :-)
12/07/2016 at 21:16
Watched the final episode on Blu-ray, the time lapse footage is stunning.
12/07/2016 at 18:00.
He calls them into his house and feeds them by hand.
From Planet Earth II, the man who lives with hyenas
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12/08/2016 at 12:51
When and what channel does this come on I can never find it
12/07/2016 at 18:25
I've been there some years ago, my friend fed them, I had them like 2 meters away and it was frightening. It has become an attraction for tourists
12/07/2016 at 19:17
What could go wrong? I'll just ask the guy living with grizzly bears...
12/07/2016 at 15:00.
"The whales appeared to be speaking to him."
The people who dive with whales that could eat them
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12/07/2016 at 15:21
Has there been any documented case of a man being eaten whole by any species of whale?(I suspect orcas but I am not sure)
12/07/2016 at 17:51
This is simply beyond cool. I'm not a scientist and I've never done free diving, but here I am, eagerly volunteering to jump on in and record them and observe them and anything else needed!! Call me!!
12/07/2016 at 15:19
Sperm whales most definitely do eat meat as we would recognise it. Squid, fish, octopus, even sharks. They eat only meat. All whales in fact eat meat as zooplankton are - albeit very small - animals. To be a vegetarian in the sea you need to be extremely specialist or very very small, or both
12/06/2016 at 12:00.
Can you survive a night on the African grasslands? If you’ve got headphones, plug them in now!
Planet Earth II: Grasslands 360
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12/07/2016 at 15:18
How I felt camping in the Serengeti and seeing that bloody hyena when I went for a wee haha Adam Given
12/07/2016 at 16:13
Makes you realise how little we know of the field in which we live. Thank you again Sir David.
12/07/2016 at 21:11
The video is great, the awful soundscape ruins it though...