The incredible ibex defies gravity and climbs a dam | Forces of Nature with Brian Cox – BBC
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The incredible ibex defies gravity and climbs a dam | Forces of Nature with Brian Cox – BBC

The rock that was used to build this dam contains essential minerals that have been dissolved in water Mineral rich and the calcium that these animals need to stay strong And there’s scalar dam to get them Without these salts and minerals their bones won’t grow their nervous systems and muscles can’t function Movement and coordination can falter here by…

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Hike to Buffalo peak
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Hike to Buffalo peak

Vrum vrum! So, it will be our first hike to the peak. Peak. We are elevated a little bit already but we’re going to hike even higher. Yes, so we will see how it will go. Will see. Domas fell asleep. (breathing deeply) This dude climbed the mountain This dude carried him to the mountain. With two backpacks: one in…

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Episode 20 where I hike in Okutama
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Episode 20 where I hike in Okutama

food and currencies, people’s habits and the sounds of the words in their language to you — everything is so different in places where we are. But one thing stays the same — the way. The way through the tensions of a new life in a country of your dreams and other sacred hopes. The way that some don’t advise…

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Russian Family Who Had Never Seen Another Human
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Russian Family Who Had Never Seen Another Human

There are few places left in the world that remain truly remote. It seems like man has explored and inhabited every corner of the globe, from the tallest heights to the deepest depths. But the Russian taiga, stretching across Siberia remains one of the few truly wild expanses in the world. Five million square miles, the region stretches from the…

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Unboring Exploring: Bear Mountain State Park
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Unboring Exploring: Bear Mountain State Park

Hello there! I’m Krysti Sabins and today we’re in Harriman State Park hiking up to Bear Mountain. Ahh Harriman State Park, definitely one of my favorite local yet unocal parks to hike. Located just over the New Jersey border in New York state, the park is worth exploring with nearly 52,000 acres of mostly forested landscape and 200 miles of…

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