Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca
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Wildlife cameraman rescuing a beached orca

Others never seem to restore. There’s always a chance a fat seal may be napping close to the edge. A large male orca with its typical six foot triangular dorsal fin, is followed by two females with their smaller curved fins. Orcas live in a matriarchal society. The dominant female leads a group comprised of […]

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MEXICAN DADS | Mexican Wildlife

-To survive in the wild, one must be tough, fearless and have the ability to adapt. One of the few mammals that possesses those traits is none other than the Hispanic father. Much like the honey bees who work up to 12 hours a day, tending to their honeycombs, the Hispanic father also works a […]

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How Scientists Are Protecting Tigers in Thailand
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How Scientists Are Protecting Tigers in Thailand

(slow bright music) – [Narrator] A century ago 100,000 tigers roamed the earth. Today those numbers have declined to just about 4,000. But in the forest of Eastern Thailand, conservationists have found new signs of hope for this iconic species. This Great Big Story was made possible by B. Grimm, empowering the world compassionately. (birds […]

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