Wild Dogs Sneeze to Hunt | ScienceTake

Wild Dogs Sneeze to Hunt | ScienceTake

“These are African wild dogs in Botswana. Sneezing. They don’t have allergies, they didn’t sniff pepper. That’s how they vote — sort of. The group is trying to decide whether to go on a hunt, and the sneezers are saying, ‘I’m in.’ Scientists studied the wild dogs because they’re intrigued at how animals make group

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A Brief History of Dogs | Nat Geo Wild

– [Narrator] Long before we raised livestock and grew crops, humans lived side by side with dogs. It’s widely accepted among scientists that dogs are descendants of wolves. In fact their DNA is virtually identical. But how exactly did a fierce wild animal become our loyal companion? According to DNA analysis the transformation from wolf

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The Puffins’ Mating Ground | Wild Nordic

The Puffins’ Mating Ground | Wild Nordic

NARRATOR: Cliffs to the north are an annual summer retreat for one of the strangest creatures in the Arctic. [birds chirping] Around 160,000 puffins vacation here for a couple of months every year. [flapping] Summer is the puffins’ breeding season, when they get to know each other. They build nests in rock crevices and in

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3 Amazing Facts About Dogs!

[Intro] This is Louie. He’s a hound. This is Auzzy. He’s an Australian cattle dog. And this is Abby. She’s a corgi. They look pretty different, but they’re all examples of humans’ very first pets — dogs! Even if you have a dog of your own, I bet you don’t know some of these amazing

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