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David looks at this amazing bird, which mimics the calls of other birds - and chainsaws and camera shutters! Watch more high quality videos on the BBC Earth YouTube channel here: and visit for all the latest natural history exclusives and fantastic new wildlife videos.

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Chainsaws. Dogs. Even you. Birds are known for being great mimics. But the reasons why have been a mystery. Until now.
Lyrebird: The Best Songbird Ever!

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An unsurpassed creature for its mimicry skills, no doubt!
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Birds-of-Paradise Project Introduction

Birds-of-Paradise Project Introduction

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The Birds-of-Paradise Project reveals the astounding beauty of 39 of the most exquisitely specialized animals on earth. After 8 years and 18 expeditions to New Guinea, Australia, and nearby islands, Cornell Lab scientist Ed Scholes and National Geographic photojournalist Tim Laman succeeded in capturing images of all 39 species in the bird-of-paradise family for the first time ever. This trailer gives a sense of their monumental undertaking and the spectacular footage that resulted. Filmed by Tim Laman, Ed Scholes, and Eric Liner. Produced and Edited by Eric Liner.

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The Bowerbird's Grand Performance! | Life Story | BBC

The Bowerbird's Grand Performance! | Life Story | BBC

The Bowerbird puts on a show to impress the female but will it be good enough? Taken from Life Story.

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The Smallest Bird you have ever seen

The Smallest Bird you have ever seen

By accident I got hold of two of the smallest eggs I have ever seen.
Should I incubate them?
Would I be able to raise a baby bird that would hatch from it?

The little bird is called a Wren. In my country it is the second smallest bird species there is.

It hatched so fast that I missed it.
The feeding was hard with my big human hands and very time-consuming. It took me about 80 feeding rounds per day to keep him healthy.
But in the end it worked.

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The incubator I used is a MS incubator
MS incubators (made in Holland)
And in English

For filming I used a canon EOSD7 and an I-phone 5s

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