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These birds are really big huh! Meet the spearheading this top because of its large size. Wandering albatross This is a magnificent bird as it can fly really long distances and has one of the longest wingspans in the world! with a whopping 11.4 feet. California condor Scavenger and kinda ugly! The California condor is native to the states of California, Utah, Arizona, and some parts of Baja California in Mexico. Shoebill Stork A totally unique bird in every way! The Shoebill stork is a somewhat rare African bird due to its vulnerable status in its natural habitat. Andean condor Sacred, giant, and somewhat frightening! Its vulture appearance is between elegant and scruffy, with its black and white plumage and wrinkled head. Flamingos I know you’ve seen flamingos, or at least you know what kind of bird I’m talking about, those with fancy reddish colors, long necks, and beaks bent downwards. Marabou Stork A fearsome African creature! The Marabou stork stands out for being a quite large and ugly bird, it’s somewhat shocking to see. Cassowary Here I’ll introduce you to 2 particular species of the cassowary family, which surely if you keep up with the Trend Max videos, you already know pretty well. Greater rhea You’re now in South America, imagine spotting something similar to an ostrich, but... it isn’t. The Greater rhea doesn’t fly... Emu It doesn’t fly! It’s rather heavy and one of the biggest birds in the world! The emu is native to the large Australian island and stands out for its very characteristic light brown plumage and kinda ugly... Common ostrich Big, fast, and beautiful! The great common ostrich is currently the tallest and heaviest bird on the planet. About Us: Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW. - Follow Us: Facebook : 🤍 Google+ : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍

15 Biggest Birds In The World


If you asked me a week ago to list the 15 biggest birds in the world, I'd have said 'Big Bird' and then gone blank. But here I am, one week later, armed with all the details of the largest birds in our beautiful natural world. Get your wings ready because we're flying high today! From the largest bird of prey in the rainforest to Earth's craziest creature, here are the 15 Biggest Birds in the World! ► For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano🤍

The Most TERRIFYING BIRDS In The World 🦅😱


The art of flying is not always as beautiful as it seems! Some birds will make you prefer running away to seeing them fly! So don’t miss the birds on this list because they'll definitely make your blood run cold! - King Vulture. Colorful but deadly! This singular scavenger is native to the rainforests and swampy areas such as the Latin American savannas. Muscovy Duck. This duck is native to the Americas but it’s also found in some parts of Europe and New Zealand. This large duck is about 30 inches long and weighs up to 15 pounds. Southern Giant Petrel. Now it’s time for seabirds! The southern giant petrel lives from southern South America to northern Antarctica. Andean Condor. As its name suggests, this condor is native to the Andes. Sacred, giant, and somewhat frightening! Its scavenging look goes from elegant to terrifying. Great Potoo. This bird is exceptional and if you’re keeping up with the TrendMax videos, the great potoo is in more videos. This bird is way too unique, but why is that? California Condor. One more condor to the list! This scavenging bird is related to its Andean counterpart. It’s native to California, Utah, Arizona, and some parts of Baja California in Mexico. Shoebill Stork. An absolutely unique bird in every way! This imposing African bird is scarce and rarely seen in its natural habitat. Marabou Stork. An African scavenger! These birds are, in themselves, as gloomy as their eating habits. As a true scavenger, it only takes the remains of dead animals or even eats other animal excrements! Vampire Ground Finch. A little one with a harmless look but also terrifying because of its diet! The vampire ground finch is one of the typical birds on the Galapagos Island. Southern Cassowary. Now you’re in Australia and southern New Guinea to meet the cassowary, a really particular bird. Its plumage is black, stiff, and bristly. About Us: Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW. - Follow Us: Facebook : 🤍 Google+ : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍

Big Bear Bald Eagle Live Nest Cam


This live feed is owned and operated by Friends of Big Bear Valley, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Any public use of the live video, including screen captures, requires prior approval and credit to the organization. Thank you for your consideration! 🔵Wide View Cam (Cam 2): 🤍 What's happening at the nest: 🦅Spirit has fledged 5/31 5:49. Congratulations, little Princess! May your wings be light & your fish be plentiful! Spirit continues to visit the nest on occasion. We may see her more often if Jackie and Shadow choose to bring food to the nest. It's all up to the eagles! 🔴Daily Recaps & Updates: 🤍 🗨Chat Hours: Monday - Saturday 8:00 - 11:00 and 17:00 - 20:00 cam time. Chat is closed on Sunday. Chat will be closed on the 4th of July During off-hours, the system message will say that only subscribers of 5 years (i.e. moderators) may comment. Big Bear Valley's current weather conditions: 🤍 To see the history of the Big Bear Eagles: Detailed History: 🤍 Quick Reference: 🤍 🤍 To Donate: 🤍 Visit our Facebook page at: 🤍 Visit our interactive sister Facebook group at: 🤍 🔠Eagle Glossary & Acronyms, Mods Channels (videos), Puzzles & Useful Links: 🤍 About the nest: The nest is located at Big Bear Lake, California. It is about 145 feet up in a Jeffrey Pine tree. The nest is the current home for Jackie and Shadow, a local bald eagle pair. Q-How do you tell Jackie and Shadow apart? A-Jackie is larger than Shadow. Jackie’s beak is both longer and thicker from top to bottom than Shadow’s. Q-How old are the eagles? A-Jackie is 10, Shadow is 8. Q-How can the eagles handle the cold temperatures, snow and rain? A-Bald Eagles are well equipped to handle harsh weather conditions. They have down feathers against their skin that can hold in the heat their bodies generate. On top of the down, they have approximately 7000 waterproof feathers that can keep the wet and cold out and also helps keep the heat inside. Q-Where do the eagles sleep at night and does the light bother them? A-During nesting season, Jackie the female sleeps in the nest, Shadow sleeps perched in a tree nearby in case he is needed. The light at the nest is an infrared light, this light cannot be seen by the eagles or humans. It is only picked up by the camera, which enables us to view the nest at night. In the off season, both eagles sleep perched in trees within their territory. 🗨Chat Guidelines Thank you for taking an interest in our Big Bear Bald Eagle family. We hope you enjoy your viewing and chat experience. Please remember to always follow the chat guidelines below. This is a view into the everyday life of wild bald eagles and the nature that surrounds them. 🤖Chatbot commands: You can request weather information by typing !weather or !radar 1. The main topic is the Big Bear Eagle family and the surrounding ecosystem. Please do your best to stay on topic. 2. Be kind, polite and respectful. No profanity, personal attacks, or harassment. 3. Be respectful to eagles*, nature and all animals. The exact location of the nest, local landmarks, and camera placement are not disclosed to protect the eagles. 4. This is a public chat. The following content is considered inappropriate: politics, religion, sexual content, adult substances, personal info (locations, health issues etc.). We care about your safety. 5. Please be mindful about posting “Roll Calls”: soliciting responses from chatters (eg. where is everyone from?). Roll calls result in numerous responses and can fill the chat queue quickly. 6. No spam or solicitation. Please do not post in all caps or repeated characters, letters, symbols or emojis (the limit is 4). 7. Avoid drama. Please refrain from creating panic in chat based on rumors or speculations. We all have a responsibility to keep the chat information factual. 8. For the benefit of all, please type in English. We are a global community, and a single language helps us to understand each other. If needed, please use Google translate: 🤍 9. When an inappropriate comment is posted, please do not engage; let the moderator handle the situation. 10. Respect the chat moderators and their decisions. If you have concerns, please email to fobbvchat🤍 11. Please make sure that your avatar and nickname adhere to the above guidelines before posting. *Bald Eagles are protected by the Federal Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Lacey Act and by the California Endangered Species Act.

10 Of The Largest Birds In The World


You might have seen biggest and largest animals but here we have 10 of the world's Largest Birds including flying and flightless species of these beautiful creatures. Subscribe To Our Channel : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Google+:🤍 For more videos and articles visit our website: 🤍 Video Features: Dalmatian Pelican The Dalmatian Pelican Is Among The World’S Heaviest Flying Bird Species. Philippine Eagle World'S Largest Eagle, The Philippine Eagle Is Sadly Critically Endangered. Trumpeter Swan Trumpeter Swan Is One The Heaviest Flying Bird Species In The World. Domesticated Turkey The Domesticated Turkey Was Probably Domesticated In Central Mesoamerica At Least 2,000 Years Ago. Greater Rhea Weighing 44–88 Lb. The Greater Rhea Is The Largest Bird On The American Continent. Emperor Penguin The Emperor Penguin Is Endemic To Antarctica. Emu The Emu Is The Second-Largest Living Bird By Height. Music: Borderless by Aakash Gandhi (YouTube Audio Library) Tools we used to make this video: Video Editor : Adobe Premiere and Camtasia Studio Audio Editor : Audacity For Any Copyright Concerns, Contact Us at our email address. We will act upon your query immediately.



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Top 5 LARGEST Birds in History


Today we're venturing into the prehistoric era to look at some of the largest birds to have ever lived. We're lucky some of these birds don't exist anymore! The Top Fives original show brings you informational and entertaining top five videos! Join us and subscribe for more. Several segments are licensed. Follow us on Facebook! 🤍

Shoebill Stork – Prehistoric Dinosaur Looking Bird


This amazing looking bird, is the Shoebill Stork, a dinosaur looking bird, with a death stare that will haunt you in your dreams. The shoebill is an unusual-looking bird that grows up to 1.5m tall with a wingspan over 2m. Its habitat is restricted to swampy areas of Zambia, Sudan, eastern Zaire, Rwanda, Uganda and western Tanzania. The world population of shoebills is estimated to be between 3,300 and 5,300 according to 2012 statistics from conservation partnership Birdlife International. But because the birds live in swamp breeding grounds and are very difficult to access, they are rare subjects for study. The Shoebill is no vegetarian. In fact, it is a formidable carnivore with an appetite for snakes, lungfish, catfish and even small crocodiles. A curved hook at the end of the Shoebill’s beak acts as a spear that delivers a fatal blow every single time. Thanks for watching #Shoebill #Stork #ShoebillStork _ CREDIT LINKS ► Claudio's Nature Travels Youtube Channel - 🤍 ★ Claudio's Nature Travels Video - 🤍 ► SRPHD Youtube Channel - 🤍 ★ SRPHD Video - 🤍 ► cocofromca Youtube Channel - 🤍 ★ cocofromca Video - 🤍 This Channel is dedicated to Shoebill Videos. ► marigoldsky2009 - 🤍 ► Wonder World Twitter - 🤍 ★ For personal story suggestions or business enquiries about product stories / reviews, please contact me on my email from the ABOUT page. Note: All suggestions are welcome, but may not be chosen as they are not suitable for this channel. ★★ NOTE: Please do not ask for permission to use footage in this video, or the whole video itself, as the ownership of all footage remains that of the owners who gave me permission to use it. If you want to use any of the footage click on the links above and seek permission from the owners.

Proof of Giant Bird in Forest


Someone didn't believe that there was a giant bird in the forest near us, so we went to catch it on tape. We were just about to give up when we saw it eating something. Commented by 'TheFounderUtopia'.... This is actually a pretty interesting social experiment, in addition to being entertaining. Though there don't seem to be as many people claiming to see a bird in the video as I would have expected, the fact that there are so many people convinced that the creators of the video did believe there was one, and/or asking where it is, is itself a brilliant testament to the gullability of the average person. Only those who approach something with bias are incapable of recognizing when it is a joke.

These Are 10 Most Terrifyingly Huge Birds


🎥 PREVIOUS VIDEO : 🤍 🔥 Check out more awesome videos : 🤍 You know the difference between a pigeon and a vulture. One can fill your heart with love where another will definitely scare you. That’s the world of birds – so diverse. Some can bring peace and joy, some cause trouble and some others can even kill you. In this video we have listed 10 of the world’s biggest birds with attitude, from flightless giants to modern-day pterodactyls. For anything please contact us at:🤍

15 Horrific Moments Of Birds Eating Birds


Many birds are beautiful and fun to look at but don’t underestimate them. Some birds are fearless predators that can wreak havoc. Have you ever seen a magpie in action? What about a stork? If you want to see some deadly birds, keep watching as we countdown 15 horrific moments of birds eating birds ► Subscribe For New Videos! ► Watch our “11 Dogs That Can Defeat Wild Animals” video here: 🤍 Watch our “12 Most Insane Giant Robots On Earth” video here: 🤍 Watch our “20 Beach Moments If Not Filmed, You Wouldn't Believe” video here:🤍 Caracara Attacks On the Falkland Islands, avian parents must remain vigilant. Caracaras are on the lookout, and an unattended nest can quickly turn into a buffet for these ferocious carnivores. The Johnny Rook is a bird that gets right in your face. These cunning animals, known as the 'flying devils' are the Caracara of the Falkland Islands, and they gather with their young to scare both large and tiny species. They are fearless birds. Skua Skuas are among the most hazardous bird predators in Antarctica. Adult skuas eat penguins, especially their young, but even adults. Blood is streaming out of this newborn penguin as a skua pokes holes in it. After killing it, the skua consumes it. This skua is attempting to assault these three juvenile penguins, but the penguins team up to repel the skua. They're terrified of the skua, but every now and then, one of the charges the predator, causing him to flee. The penguins aren't going down without a fight. They continue to back up, but they do not allow the skua to harm them. The skua becomes irritated, and the penguins eventually persuade it to leave them alone. A brown skua outsmarts a female penguin who is in the middle of incubating two eggs, stealing one of them. As shown in this video, skuas frequently search for newborn penguins alone, and the penguins either flee or challenge the skua. It all depends on how they are feeling at the time, in my opinion

12 LARGEST Birds Of Prey On Earth!


The biggest birds of prey in the world! From a bird once declared extinct in the wild to a species that nests as high as 16 thousand feet. #8 Bald Eagle The national bird of the United States was a natural choice for the North American country, despite the best efforts of Benjamin Franklin who famously rallied on behalf of the turkey. Majestic, powerful, and dominant on the continent, the Bald Eagle represents everything a nation could hope to be. Sporting an iconic white plumage atop brown feathers covering the rest of its body, this species of eagle can be found soaring all across the continent from Alaska to Mexico. Bald Eagles will grow up to 40 inches long, can attain a potential wingspan of 7 feet and 7 inches, and will weigh as much as 13.9 pounds. Even the newborn offspring of these grand raptors are surprisingly large, forcing parents to seek out massive trees capable of housing nests that measure as wide as 10 feet across and 20 feet deep! Though once thought to be at risk of extinction, the Bald Eagle has bounced back tremendously in the last few decades, having been removed from the U.S. government’s endangered species list in 1995. #7 Philippine Eagle Adorned with shaggy, hair-like plumage on its crest, a blue-gray beak, and a tuft of fuzzy feathers on its chest, the Philippine Eagle has a unique look to complement its large size. The 34-to-40 inch long bird is the national bird of the Philippines and is considered to be among the most powerful birds in the world. Critically endangered from mass deforestation, it also happens to be one of the rarest. In hopes of protecting this bird of prey, the Philippine government has made it illegal to exterminate this species with a sentence of up to 12 years in prison along with large fines. This hunter is prone to feed on nearly any animal in their region, capturing anything from bats, squirrels and snakes to small dogs and even macaques, earning its name other name as the monkey-eating eagle. It is an apex predator of its ecosystem, and with a possible wingspan of 7 feet and 3 inches, and a weight of up to 17.6 pounds, it’s no wonder this high-flying prowler retains such dominance.

Species of Large Birds (Part 1) - TvAgro por Juan Gonzalo Angel


Twitter 🤍juangangel Programa: AVES GRANDES P1 The largest living bird, a member of the Struthioniformes, is the ostrich (Struthio camelus), from the plains of Africa and Arabia. A large male ostrich can reach a height of 2.8 m (9.2 ft) and weigh over 156 kg (344 lb).[1] A mass of 200 kg (440 lb) has been cited for the ostrich but no wild ostriches of this massive weight have been verified.[2] Eggs laid by the ostrich can weigh 1.4 kg (3.1 lb) and are the largest eggs in the world today. The largest bird in the fossil record may be the extinct elephant birds (Aepyornis) of Madagascar, which were related to the ostrich. They exceeded 3 m (9.8 ft) in height and 500 kg (1,100 lb).[3] The last of the elephant birds became extinct about 300 years ago. Of almost exactly the same upper proportions as the largest elephant birds was Dromornis stirtoni of Australia, part of a 26,000-year-old group called mihirungs of the family Dromornithidae.[4] The largest carnivorous bird was Brontornis, an extinct flightless bird from South America which reached a weight of 350 to 400 kg (770 to 880 lb) and a height of about 2.8 m (9 ft 2 in).[5] The tallest bird ever however was the giant moa (Dinornis maximus), part of the moa family of New Zealand that went extinct around 1500 CE. This particular species of moa stood up to 3.7 m (12 ft) tall,[1] but weighed about half as much as a large elephant bird or mihirung due to its comparatively slender frame.[3] The second largest bird ever capable of flight was Argentavis magnificens, the largest member of the now extinct family Teratornithidae, found in Miocene-aged fossil beds of Argentina, with a wingspan up to 8.3 m (27 ft), a length of up to 3.5 m (11 ft), a height on the ground of up to 2 m (6.6 ft) and a body weight of at least 80 kg (180 lb).[3][6] Rivaling Argentavis in wingspan if not in bulk and mass, another contender for the largest known flying bird ever is Pelagornis sandersi, which had a wingspan of up to 24 feet.[ Fuente: 🤍 Juan Gonzalo Angel 🤍

These Big Birds Can Easily Steal Kids


PREVIOUS EPISODE: 🤍 It is thought that 150 million years ago a descendant of dinosaurs called archaeopteryx started to fly and evolved from a reptile to a bird and as a result of this transition today there are about 11,000 species of birds where 500 of them are predators. Birds have survived for so long because of the compact size that helps them escape harsh conditions and find safe places to live and food to eat. While there are herbivore birds that feed on plants, most of the birds are carnivores, so they feed on meat, and to provide it they have to hunt. Their hunting methods have evolved throughout history and differ from bird to bird, so while some birds hunt prey on the ground, some are skilled enough to catch their prey in the air. One of the most powerful predators in the sky can catch prey weighing up to 20 pounds, equal to the weight of a 2-year-old kid. So in this episode: The biggest and most powerful birds can kidnap even kids. 💌 For anything please contact us at🤍

Shoebill storks make some strange noises


Shoebill storks make some strange noises

Ten Million Starlings Swarm (7 Tonnes of Bird Poo) | Superswarm | BBC Earth


Rome plays host to one of the world's most amazing displays of aerial acrobatics, but it's not all beauty and grace... Subscribe: 🤍 #BBCEarth Watch more: Planet Earth 🤍 Blue Planet 🤍 Planet Earth II 🤍 Planet Dinosaur 🤍 Superswarm (2009) When animals swarm they create a super-organism of incredible power. They can attack our food supplies, immobilise our transport systems, undermine our cities and even attack our energy supplies. They can stop us in our tracks. Using state-of-the-art photography, Superswarms reveals the collective intelligence behind the animal invasions, and how man fights back. Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of entertaining and thought-provoking natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this. Want to share your views with the team? Join our BBC Studios Voice: 🤍 This is a commercial page from BBC Studios. Service information and feedback: 🤍

Top 7 Most Dangerous Large Birds in the World


✔ NEW MERCH AVAILABLE: 🤍 From sightings of giant swans to massive flightless birds. Here are the most dangerous large birds in the world. Support our Patreon today: 🤍 Subscribe for new videos: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: carlito1705🤍 Number 7 Mute Swan Mute swans, named so because they tend to be less vocal than other swan species, are among the largest birds in the world. Their plumage is entirely white and their orange beaks are bordered with black. They also frequently inhabit areas with human presence, such as park ponds and community lakes. Number 6 Lammergeier Lammergeiers, also known as bearded vultures, are large birds of prey found in the mountains of Europe, Africa and Asia. Lammergeiers found around the Himalayas tend to be the largest, with wingspans of almost 10 feet and weights of up to 18 pounds. These incredible creatures have been observed living at great altitudes, even up Mount Everest, at 24,600 feet. One way to recognize them is by their heads, which aren’t bald, unlike most vulture species. Lammergeiers have thick, robust necks and powerful legs. Number 5 Emu Emus are Australia’s largest birds and the second-tallest birds in the world. Found in various habitats, both inland and on the Australian coast. Their plumage varies according to habitat, thus giving emus a form of natural camouflage. Birds in more arid regions tend to have shades of red in their feathers while those in more humid environment tend to have darker plumage. Like its African counterpart, the ostrich, the emu is easily recognizable by its long neck and legs. Number 4 Harpy Eagle Harpy eagles are found in some parts of southern Mexico, in Central and South America, as far south as Argentina. Among the various eagle species, the harpy excels in terms of physical strength. They also own the largest talons out of all eagles. Females, which tend to be larger than males, can weigh more than 20 pounds with wingspans close to 7.5 feet. It’s a truly astonishing feat of strength when considering that the harpy does this in-flight and then flies off without landing. Number 3 African Crowned Eagle This large bird of prey is found in southern and sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s known as the ‘leopard of the sky’. At least 90% of its diet consists of mammals, such as deer, antelope or monkeys. It possesses unusually strong legs and large talons. It often preys on animals that weigh up to 65 pounds and is known to lift more than its own body weight in-flight. Number 2 Cassowary Cassowaries are native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, northeastern Australia, the Maluku Islands and an Indonesian province called East Nusa Tenggara. There are three cassowary species, of which the Southern cassowary is the most common. It’s identifiable by its bristly dark plumage, its blue face and neck as well as the horn-like brown structure found atop its head. The 16-year-old and his younger brother were trying to get the cassowary off their property. Number 1 Ostrich These huge flightless creatures are native to Africa and are the largest birds in the world. Male North African ostriches, the largest subspecies, can weigh up to 340 pounds and close to 9ft in height. Depending on the season, ostriches may be seen as individuals, in pairs, small flocks or large congregations throughout the continent’s savannas. Country singer Johnny Cash used to own an exotic park on his property, where he also kept ostriches. Ostriches are also very fast runners, capable of reaching 45 miles per hour. Ostrich races are still practiced in certain parts of Africa, in which the animals are ridden with special saddles, reins and bits.

10 Most Expensive Birds in the World


10 Most Expensive Birds in the World Subscribe To Our Channel : 🤍 4 Ever Green is the #1 place for all your heart warming stories about amazing people, beautiful animals and cute things that will inspire you everyday. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a single video! On 4 Ever Green, we will help you in mindset productivity, whether it's how to make more money videos, beautiful animals, cute birds or going over the biggest mansions in the world, we show everything here! Make sure to subscribe for more awesome videos every week! After dogs, cats and fish, birds are one of the most popular housepets in the world and for good reason. With their astonishing colors and feathers, these flying beauties give contrast to our plain blue skies teaching us to appreciate freedom and nature. But as with anything rare and exotic, some of these colorful flyers come at a sky-high price. So if you’re thinking of buying, or wondering just how high we’re talking you’ll want to stick around, because today we’re counting down the 10 most expensive birds in the world. If you didn’t expect a chicken to outrank an Exotic Parrot or a multi-colored Toucan, then stay tuned or #1, because the price tag on these seemingly ordinary birds will boggle your mind for the rest of today. Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 For more videos and articles visit our website: 🤍 family friendly pg clean #4evergreen #beautifulanimals #birds For Any Copyright Concerns, Contact Us at our email address. We will act upon your query immediately.

Argentavis the Largest Bird that Ever Flew


If I have used artwork that belongs to you but have neglected to credit it this will just be because I was unable to find one. If this has happened please contact me and I will add a credit. Some Art work has been altered for the purposes of bettering them for video format; these altercations were done independent from the artists who created the original work, so they are not responsible for any inaccuracies. if there are any. To support me on Patreon (thank you): 🤍 To donate to my PayPal (thank you): 🤍 Email: mothlightmedia🤍 Argentavis was probably the largest bird ever to fly by a large margin, possably being twice as large as the second largest bird, paleogornis. This video answers questions like, how was such a large question able to get into the air? what did they eat? and how did they get so big? Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍

15 Epic Bird Attacks Caught on Camera


Many birds are fearless predators, and they can tackle a variety of prey. Have you ever seen the kookaburra in action? What about the snake eagle? If you want to see some formidable birds in action, keep watching, as we count down 15 epic bird attacks caught on camera. ► Subscribe For New Videos! ► 🤍 Watch our “15 Moments When Snakes Messed With The Wrong Opponents” video here: 🤍 Watch our “15 Battling Moments Between Animals That Are Evenly Matched” video here: 🤍 Watch our “Top 15 Outstanding Hunting Moments By Birds Of Prey” video here:🤍 Bald Eagle A bald eagle and a coyote fight over a fresh deer carcass. When a coyote comes to annoy it for a taste of the kill, the eagle charges it several times, attempting to discourage it. The coyote, on the other hand, is tenacious and tries and tries to get to the carcass until it succeeds and runs away with it but drops it along the way. It's a never-ending battle between the two animals for the prize. Following the death of a juvenile heron, the eagle plucks all of its large feathers and drags it up onto the grassy area visible above them in the video. She ate some of it, as did the other eagle, who was presumably the male because he was smaller. This eagle swoops down and kills a mallard duck. The other ducks force the eagle to fly away without his kill, so he circles the area looking for a chance to snare the dead duck. The ducks, however, lunge at him every time he swoops in to make the grab. He finally flies right through and grabs. When this bald eagle snatches a couple of chicks from a nest and flies away with them clamped in his talons, he doesn't waste any time. Donald Trump, the runner-up for Person of the Year, agreed to pose with a bald eagle for a Time magazine cover story as he was establishing himself as a serious contender. The eagle didn't seem to like it. The eagle was discovered to be a democrat. Sparrowhawk This sparrowhawk attacks a feral pigeon and as much as the pigeon tries to fight off the hawk, there is nothing it can do, and the hawk begins plucking the feral pigeon’s feathers. In this video, a male Sparrowhawk is killing a starling. You can see the starling is pinned to the ground and cannot move. The Starling fought valiantly but ultimately lost another sparrow hawk jumps on a starling as if it was a bouncing ball, and the result is the same. The starling eventually succumbs to the vicious attack. This time, a crow must deal with the sparrowhawk’s relentless attacks, and the blackbird doesn’t fare much better than the pigeon. This sparrow hawk sits on a wood pigeon when two magpies come to harass it. The hawk is upset and lets the magpies know he will attack them if they continue, but the magpies don’t care. Meanwhile, the pigeon is stuck under the hawk, and it’s obvious he’s dead. The magpies want the pigeon but it’s not happening. This sparrow hawk returned with a small bird after a quick hunt and brought it back to his handler. For copyright matters please contact Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: 🤍 Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and don't forget to subscribe!

How the Largest Flying Bird of All Time Stayed Airborne


With a 24-foot wingspan, how did the prehistoric Pelagornis sandersi, the largest known flying bird of all time, manage to fly so well? It relied on two key factors: a light frame and an ability to soar with the ocean currents. From: WORLD'S BIGGEST BEASTS 🤍

Terror Birds: The Terrible Reign Of Giant Killer Birds


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BBC - Life and hunting of large birds (hawks, eagles ...) English subtitles - Wildlife


BBC - Life and hunting of large birds (hawks, eagles ...) English subtitles - Wildlife Eagles are large, powerfully built birds of prey, with heavy heads and beaks. Even the smallest eagles, such as the booted eagle (Aquila pennata), which is comparable in size to a common buzzard (Buteo buteo) or red-tailed hawk (B. jamaicensis), have relatively longer and more evenly broad wings, and more direct, faster flight – despite the reduced size of aerodynamic feathers. Most eagles are larger than any other raptors apart from some vultures. The smallest species of eagle is the South Nicobar serpent eagle (Spilornis klossi), at 450 g (0.99 lb) and 40 cm (16 in). The largest species are discussed below. Like all birds of prey, eagles have very large, hooked beaks for ripping flesh from their prey, strong, muscular legs, and powerful talons. The beak is typically heavier than that of most other birds of prey. Eagles' eyes are extremely powerful. It is estimated that the martial eagle, whose eye is more than twice as long as a human eye, has a visual acuity 3.0 to 3.6 times that of humans. This acuity enables eagles to spot potential prey from a very long distance. This keen eyesight is primarily attributed to their extremely large pupils which ensure minimal diffraction (scattering) of the incoming light. The female of all known species of eagles is larger than the male. Eagles normally build their nests, called eyries, in tall trees or on high cliffs. Many species lay two eggs, but the older, larger chick frequently kills its younger sibling once it has hatched. The dominant chick tends to be a female, as they are bigger than the male. The parents take no action to stop the killing

The Giant Bird That Got Lost in Time


PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to 🤍 ↓ More info below ↓ The California condor is the biggest flying bird in North America, a title that it has held since the Late Pleistocene Epoch. It's just one example of an organism that we share the planet with today that seems lost in time, out of place in our world. Thanks as always to Studio 252mya for their wonderful paleoart. You can check out more of their work here: 🤍 Produced for PBS Digital Studios Super special thanks to the following Patreon patrons for helping make Eons possible: Katie Fichtner, Anthony Callaghan, XULIN GE, Po Foon Kwong, Larry Wilson, Merri Snaidman, Renzo Caimi, Ordenes, John Vanek, Neil H. Gray, Marilyn Wolmart, Esmeralda Rupp-Spangle, Gregory Donovan, Ehit Dinesh Agarwal, الخليفي سلطان, Gabriel Cortez, Marcus Lejon, Robert Arévalo, Robert Hill, Kelby Reid, Todd Dittman, Betsy Radley, PS, Philip Slingerland, Jose Garcia, Eric Vonk, Tony Wamsley, Henrik Peteri, Jonathan Wright, Jon Monteiro, James Bording, Brad Nicholls, Miles Chaston, Michael McClellan, Jeff Graham, Maria Humphrey, Nathan Paskett, Connor Jensen, Daisuke Goto, Hubert Rady, Gregory Kintz, Tyson Cleary, Chandler Bass, Maly Lor, Joao Ascensao, Tsee Lee, Sarah Fritts, Ron Harvey Jr, Jacob Gerke, Alex Yan If you'd like to support the channel, head over to 🤍 and pledge for some cool rewards! Want to follow Eons elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 References: 🤍

Attractive Large Exotic Birds Parrots Aviary Farm / Enjoying The Biggest Bird Breeding Farm.


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Why Cassowaries Are the Most Dangerous Bird on the Planet


It was a moment of crisis when a man called 911 after being viciously attacked by a bird. “Can you send an ambulance? I'm bleeding to death,” said Marvin Hajos, 75, during the desperate emergency call. Police say he was attacked by his pet cassowary, which is said to be the most dangerous bird in the world, known for its dagger-like claws. Sadly, Hajos died of the injuries inflicted by his own bird. #InsideEdition

Huge bird of prey catches shark-like fish on beach


Onlookers on Myrtle Beach were stunned by the sight of an osprey clutching a large fish, soaring high above them. Footage shot by Tennessee native Ashley White shows the fish still wriggling around trying to escape, as the bird carries it high above the beach. Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to Independent Premium for exclusive content and live events: 🤍

Top 15 Outstanding Hunting Moments By Birds Of Prey


Birds of prey are the ultimate predators of the skies and once they target their prey, the chances of failing are few and far between, although it does happen. Have you ever seen a Harpy eagle hunt? What about a hawk? If you want to see some of the most powerful birds of prey in action, keep watching, as we countdown the top 15 outstanding hunting moments by birds of prey. ► Subscribe For New Videos! ► 🤍 Watch our “Top 12 Chases And Attacks By Angry Rhinos” video here: 🤍 Watch our “15 Times Brave Preys Became Predators” video here: 🤍 Watch our “Top 15 Horrifying Battles Between Animals” video here:🤍 Golden Eagle This golden eagle has kidnapped a gosling and is returning it to the nest to feed its young. They both consume the gosling while it is still alive. In this case, I suppose the adage "one man's death is another man's bread" is true. This is the essence of nature. This Golden eagle soars above a roe deer, its next meal. Despite the deer's best efforts, the eagle swoops in for the kill and clings to the deer's back. As the deer tries to flee for his life, the eagle's handler runs alongside the two animals. The eagle does an excellent job and successfully completes the task. Watch as a large eagle soars over a goat, catches it, and then flies with it before dropping it to the ground and killing it. Then it's off to the races, while the eagle feasts. This demonstrates how eagles evolved their strategy for hunting larger prey with less effort.This eagle targets a prey and swoops down on a goat perched on a cliff's edge. Both come crashing down, uncontrollably. The eagle is crushed by the goat during the fall and let’s go of it.It's possible that the eagle broke a wing during the fall, which could spell the end for the bird ofprey.These two eagles have captured a wolf and are holding it down until their handlers arrive to remove it, which is not an easy task Crested Serpent Eagle This crested serpent eagle has caught a small snake and it’s nothing to write home about, but it’s something to munch on for the powerful bird of prey. I love the colors on this eagle’s beak. The crested serpent eagle is an extraordinary bird and it’s perched on a tree. He patrols the skies looking for prey and discovers a snake. He grabs the prey with his massive talons and it’s the end of the road for the snake. Another crested serpent eagle gets a hold of a snake and I’m thinking this snake is already dead. It didn’t take long for the eagle to accomplish this. I guess it’s time for lunch. This time, the crested eagle has killed a cobra and is enjoying the fruits of its labor. The crested serpent eagle in this video encounters a snake in the forest and they just stare at one another. The snake keeps its mouth open, and the eagle turns its head upside down in a weird kind of way, but neither of the two is aggressive or try to strike the other

Residents At Myrtle Beach Report Encountering A Massive Bird Carrying A Shark


Residents at Myrtle Beach report encountering a massive bird carrying a shark. Today, we take a look at the massive bird that was seen carrying a shark. Residents at Myrtle Beach were surprised when they saw a massive bird flying overhead. Various people noticed the large creature flying overhead, which caused some to get out their phones and record. When the images reached the internet it caused a debate about what people had witnessed. One person said that it looked like the bird was carrying a shark. Thank you for watching! Thank you to CO.AG for the background music!

The Most Amazing Eagle Attacks Ever Caught on Camera


Did you know that eagles are a symbol of freedom? Well, it's mainly because they have no limits to how far they can fly or even what animals they can hunt. It's hard to believe but, eagles have been captured attacking animals that are twice their size. Equipped with exceptional eyesight, coupled with a beak that could cause serious damage and sharp talons with a grip that is 10 times stronger than that of a human, it is safe to say the eagles have what it takes to take down just about any animal. Welcome back to another episode of 4 Ever Green. Today we are going to show you 20 most amazing eagle attacks ever caught on camera family friendly pg clean #4evergreen #eagles #birds For Any Copyright Concerns, Contact Us at our email address. We will act upon your query immediately.

Slingshot Hunting । Hunting Big Birds with Slingshot


How to make handmade slingshot? Village kids making slingshot and hunting bird with slingshot. How to hunt with slingshot. Making process of slingshot. How to make sling by hand. Main purpose of making the videos remembering the 1990 childhood memories of village kids. [[ Note: In this video we didn't kill any bird. Please don't kill any birds. ]] Subscribe To My Channel: 🤍 ˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍ Follow Made In Local Socially Join Facebook Page: 🤍 Follow Instagram: 🤍 ˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍ Music Credit: –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Track: Falling Together — Artificial.Music & Syiphorous [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– #slingshot #sling Thanks for watching.

25 Beautiful Exotic Birds You Can Own as Pets


When we talk about exotic pet birds, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a parrot with its bright colors, long tail, and large beak. What if I told you, you could also own one of these beauties? Go ahead, take another look at this peach of a bird. While parrots come in different colors, there are several other pet birds that you can own as exotic pets. Each type comes with a unique personality, song, and appearance For Any Copyright Concerns, Contact Us at our email address. We will act upon your query immediately.

Giant bird goes viral


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10 Horrific Extinct Monster Birds


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The Time Terror Birds Invaded


PBS Member Stations rely on viewers like you. To support your local station, go to 🤍 ↓ More info below ↓ About 5 million years ago, a new predator made its way from the south and onto the coastal plains of North America. It was a giant, flightless, carnivorous bird and came to be known by one of the coolest and most richly earned nicknames in all of paleontology: the terror bird. Correction! Thanks to Ben Creisler for pointing out that at 4:10, we mixed up the Paleogene Period with the Neogene Period. We regret the error and hope you still find these birds as terrifying as we do. Thanks to Julio Lacerda and Studio 252mya for the Titanis illustration. You can find more of Julio's work here: 🤍 Produced for PBS Digital Studios. Want to follow Eons elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 References: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Giant Bird 8 FT Wingspan Largest Bird I have every seen Thunderbird


This huge giant bird image 8 feet wing span was captured on a Casio EXILIM Pro EX-F1 at 300 fps. The actual footage is 7+ minutes long as I set up the tripod and waited. The wingspan is about 8-9 FT.

The Hidden Histories of San Antonio Texas Episode 10: The Big Birds attacks in 1976 (Thunderbirds)


Episode Description: From 1975 to 1976, reports of giant black birds and Humanoid creatures were being reported across South Texas. Description of these creatures vary from a giant eagle to a prehistoric Pteranodon. What is fascinating about this historical event, was that these creatures were seen by civilians, police officers, scientists, commercial pilots, and military officials. These sightings soon caught the attention of the national press and by 1976, hundreds of birdwatchers from around the US came to San Antonio to catch a glimpse of the Big Birds. By 1977, the sightings began to decrease and soon disappeared by the end of that year. I am your host Street Light Historian and today I will be covering the Hidden History of Thunderbird Encounters that took place in San Antonio, Texas from 1975 to 1976. Bibliography: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍



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