Birds Stealing From Other Birds | Trials Of Life | BBC Earth

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These bird siblings will do anything for their brothers and sister chicks in the nest, even when a snake invades their territory.
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10 thoughts on “Birds Stealing From Other Birds | Trials Of Life | BBC Earth

  1. Seems all nature animals fight over stupid stuff or territory , still interesting video …

  2. Cute bird is very helpful to his siblings.
    Like a big brother birdy on the babysitting shift 🙂

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