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Klepetan and Malena (05:52)

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A stork makes his yearly migration of 30,000 km to breed. Although permanently grounded, his mate raises a full nest of chicks each year.

Parasitic Rainforest Plant (05:11)

Caterpillars and ants help each other when feeding on a parasitic plant. Butterfly wings contain the same design as the primary food source.

Club-winged Manakin (05:34)

Males stridulate to attract a mate. Slow-motion filming captures how this bird uses his wings to create a high-pitched tone.

Baby Olms (04:25)

The first hatchlings are filmed in Postojna Cave Park, Slovenia. These aquatic salamanders were previously thought to be descended from dragons.

Medical Detection Dogs (05:36)

Claire's pet is believed to have smelled cancer on her breath. Dogs have an incredible sense of smell and are being trained to improve human health.

Boiling River (07:00)

Ruzo discovered a mythical boiling river in the Amazon. Consider how heat from the earth's core travels to the crust.

Reindeer with Cardiac Arrest (05:25)

A herd of wild reindeer were killed instantly by powerful ground current. Scientists struggled to identify the cause.

Blood Rain (06:00)

Villagers in a Spanish community are alarmed when their fountain turns red. Micro-algae produce astaxanthin to protecting their cells from UV rays.

Credits: Weird Wonders of the World (Series 2): Episode 7 (00:60)

Credits: Weird Wonders of the World (Series 2): Episode 7

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Weird Wonders of the World (Series 2): Episode 7

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Chris Packham investigates the strangest stories from the natural world. He uncovers the mysterious sudden death of hundreds of reindeer in Norway, discovers a mythical boiling river in Peru and finds out why blood-red rain appeared in Spain. Chris also reveals a bird that sings with its wings and a heartwarming stork romance.

Length: 49 minutes

Item#: BVL141286

ISBN: 978-1-64198-273-3

Copyright date: ©2016

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