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Save the Hedgehog: Help Harry!

Sunday, 23 November 2014

It is a depressing fact that in just over half a century the number of hedgehogs in the UK has plummeted from 50 million to just one million.  So, instead of their being parity between the hedgehog and human populations, now there is less than one hedgehog for every fifty people.  This animation, directed by Kris Hofmann, highlights the plight of the hedgehog in the UK.  Find out how you can do more at the Wildlife Aid Foundation.

The Poitou - The Donkey with Dreadlocks

Sunday, 16 November 2014

A look at the Poitou donkey from South West France. 

Only thirty years ago, less than thirty of these beautiful and friendly animals were left. 

Now, thanks to a conservation programme, it looks as if the dreadlocked donkey is set to stay awhile on Planet Earth.

Odonates: The Lives of Dragonflies and Damselflies

Sunday, 9 November 2014

Have you ever wondered how to tell a dragonfly apart from a damselfly?  That question and many others are answered in this delightful short documentary by Melissa Lesh.  We won't tell you here - watch the video. In fact if you are doing a school paper on odonates in general then you cannot go far wrong if you watch this film – and them watch it again making notes next time!

Byron Beholds Kona: Dolphins and Mantas Swim to Poetry

This is a rather lovely piece by Michael Maes – and the first in series which he calls Poetry eMotion.  It combines the profound emotion that poetry can engender with the motion of dolphins and mantas in Kona, Hawaii.  The contrast of the curious dolphins, soaring through the sea in the daytime to the roving, feeding mantas at night together with So We'll Go No More a Roving by Lord Byron is, quite simply, sublime.

The Bat-Eared Fox – Did You Ever See a Fox Fly?

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Around 800,000 years ago a species developed on the African Savannah, a canid but quite unlike any other. It was small – with a head and body length of only around 55 cm, tawny furred and with black ears. It is the ears which really make this mostly nocturnal animal stand out.  On average they are a staggering 14 centimeters in length.  Proportionally they may not be as large as Dumbo’s but this is no fictional appendage. These ears are for real.

Watch a Tiger Shark Attack a Turtle

This is extremely rare footage and was captured this year by the Undersea Hunter Crew.  The video might upset you if you are fond of turtles but you have to admire the little guy – he does everything in his power to get away, ducking and diving and trying to outmaneuver the shark.

Whether or not he gets away, you will have to watch this amazing video to the end.

Living with the Polar Bear

Our global climate is changing? That isn’t really a question for the Inupiat people of Northern Alaska.  The ice is retreating and as it recedes ever further that lives the polar bears living in the area with a challenge: adapt or perish.

Yet what is the perspective of the local people about the future of the polar bear? The answer may surprise you in this short film by Possberg Media.

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