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Watch: A falcon’s flight is captured, revealing the fast swoops and dives that make the bird a deadly predator. 
Watch exclusive POV footage recorded from a peregrine falcon's back.
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Chili powder and firecrackers may be the newest low-tech solutions to human-elephant conflict in Tanzania.
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+Stephen Beres Stephen Beres - I would recommend that for you since you decided to target someone instead of giving solutions [like infrasonics]. You are an emotional abuser and must not breed.
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Robust, undulating lavender fields in Provence, France, are considered by many to be the area’s best scenery. 
A single tree in Provence, France, seems to throw forth undulating rows of lavandin in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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A new CT scanning technique, atomic number imaging, is helping Australian scientists unravel the secrets of ancient Egyptian cat mummies.
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Despite the barrage of cold, rushing water, #YourShot member Robert Melgar captured this thrilling view of a 74-foot (22.5-meter) drop. 
See a thrilling view of Oregon's Dry Creek Falls in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
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In a new take on a 4,000-year-old sport, hired falconers are gaining popularity on farms and golf courses across California as a sustainable alternative to traditional pest deterrents.
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New research indicates a dangerous antibiotic-resistant superbug has jumped continents via at least two species of seagull. 
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From Half Moon Bay to Pismo Beach, a strange pattern of shark attacks is impacting the fragile sea otter population off California's coastline.
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Great white sharks afraid to attack people because they will get revenged.
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Watch: Meerkats use various tactics—including rolling their prey in sand to remove toxins—to eat poisonous insects such as millipedes. 
Meerkats are predators. They use various tactics to eat dangerous prey such as toxic millipedes and poisonous scorpions.
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So if I want to eat toxic milipedes all I have to do is roll them on the sand?
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When it comes to protecting their cubs, new research suggests some brown bear mothers may see humans as the lesser of two evils. 
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+Herlina Budiarti oh so bring Michael Jackson in the mix. Yes he masturbated on stage and was into " cubs" only not these kind of cubs Cub Scouts was his thing. But adult males killing their own cubs so the Mama Bear will stop lactating so as to have sex with tve male? Thank you for the insight into your soul


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Watch: Considered the world’s deadliest snake, the black mamba strikes repeatedly when under attack, injecting large amounts of potent neuro- and cardiotoxin with each strike. 
It's not a drink or a dance. It's only the black mamba, Africa's longest and the world's fastest snake. Oh, and one of the most poisonous too.
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In Yulin, China, the start of the annual Lychee and Dog Meat Festival has sparked global controversy over the treatment of the dogs and the practice of eating them.
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You low life arse-hole piles of shit💩hope you all rot in hell......CURSE THE LOT OF YOU😈
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