Pets & Animals 

The Electric Eel Can Deliver Up To 650 Volt #shorts

This creature is a living electric generator. The electric eel with his 650 volt electricity running in his body can knock down a horse or light 10 electric bulbs at once. He is also super-fast reaching up to 62 mph while swimming even in the darkest waters.
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Polar Bear VS Siberian Tiger

In this episode, the battle between two apex predators: POLAR BEAR VS SIBERIAN TIGER. Which is stronger, more agile, the better hunter, and more, let’s find out, and MAY THE BEST WIN. Visit us here for Dog Training, Dog Behavior Guides, Dog Grooming Guides, Pet Training Guides, etc.
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These Predators Have The Most Powerful Mouths

The average strength of a human bite is 162 psi, with which it can break the shell of a pistachio. But other creatures on the planet have 10 to 20 times bigger bite force than humans, and this is made possible by three powerful weapons: teeth that cut, tear, and chew the prey; jaw muscles that provide strength for biting and the tongue that in some cases is used as a very effective weapon. For instance, the chameleon has one of the fastest tongues, while the tongue of an anteater is as long as a human arm. Thanks to the…
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When These Pack Hunters Surround You, Death Is Unavoidable

Animals that create groups for hunting purposes are called pack hunters, however their groups might have other names such as basks, pods, clans, prides and colonies. These animals have plenty of benefits from this method of hunting: a larger group implies there are more chances of catching the prey, which means prey is bigger too and is protected by opportunists. But in wilderness everything has its downside: although all members contribute to the hunt and have specific tasks, sometimes prey is not enough for every member of the group and unfortunately, this causes aggression and fights between them. Visit us…
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This Is Why They Are Always a Target

Based on DNA, every person in the world is 99.99% similar to the person next to them. Only a tiny part, which means 0.01% of our genetics is special from other people, but this must be taken into account the part of the similarity with our siblings. According to physicist Riccardo Sabatini, if our genetics are printed in a book then of 175 large books with 262,000 pages, only 500 pages are our unique characteristics. All the other pages are similar to everyone else. It has also been scientifically proven that humans with chimpanzees have genetic similarities of up to…
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You Can Learn How to Steal From These Animals

Before we start, the question of this video is: What would be your target of theft in an apocalyptic situation? Let us know in the comments. Humans are not the only species who steal. It might seem very funny to you when a bird has stolen your food because you thought of it as something spontaneous but that act is actually an action planned very well by the bird. Many animals have developed kleptoparasitic habits, which means that they’re able to steal food collected from another animal, it can be fresh prey or even stored food. The thief animal from…
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This Is Why These Animals Are Unbeatable

  In the wilderness, there are two different worlds: one where animal travel and seeks food and another where an animal seeks the same species to eat. To be a predator means being dominant over your prey who is weak doesn’t have developed defense mechanisms nor the strength to fight you. But many animals, just like their predator, have claws, teeth, venom, and a big size…, and still are prey. What is the secret that some animals just can’t be knocked down by anyone? So, in this episode: Animals that are unbeatable and the reason why? Visit us here for…
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These Big Birds Can Easily Steal Kids

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…
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Lion VS Jaguar

An apex predator in his habitat, the Jaguar with his silence, patience, and speed makes that his scary face is the last image his victims see. His name comes from the ancient word “yaguar” which means “he who kills with a jump” whether inland, a tree, or water, no one is safe from this predator. And on the other side, The king of all animals, the Lion, who dominates all of his habitat where he lives, his pride gives him an unrivaled power. In the savannas of Africa, he is placed at the top of the food chain. Brave, strong,…
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These Dogs Are Brave Enough to Face Even Wild Beasts

A dog shows his courage through his attitude, his reaction to threats, and his behavior. Fearless dogs are primarily recognized for their physical appearance, as they’re confident, they walk with dignity, they have erect ears and serious facial expressions. However, bravery is mostly proved through a particular behavior; a dog that jumps in the water to save its owner without thinking twice certainly can be considered a hero. There are countless cases of canine bravery acts like for instance the dog of Alexander the Great, the dog of Napoleon, or the dog called Stubby who saved four soldiers when they…
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