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BBC Earth

GET DOWN, GET DOWN. Happy Tuesday! ๐Ÿ’š#PlanetEarth22h
Bats create a mountain of droppings in Deer cave in Malaysia bbc.in/2mess0B
As @astro_timpeake Soyuz space capsule goes on display at @sciencemuseum we take a look at what all those buttons do in #BBCEarthMagazine
The secret behind how bats hang upside down the whole of winter bbc.in/2lmgbIr
Penguins scale a mountain bbc.in/2kped9w
"A beautiful Waxwing having a feast in Askare Hage Nature reserve, Sweden." #EarthCapture by Thord Johansson
Fancy a bowl of bee granola for breakfast? Bees are among 2,000 species of insect eaten worldwide #BBCEarthMagazine
"A wonderful sight as we hiked through the jungles of Rwanda" #EarthCapture by Tom McHugh
A deadly mountain of poo bbc.in/2mess0B
Researchers are planning a large expedition to the Arctic - but how will they be greeted by the locals? ๐Ÿ“ปbbc.in/2m4dzP70Z
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The โ€˜Earth-likeโ€™ planets we have found might not be like Earth at all bbc.in/2m3DhmL
How do bats hang upside down while hibernating? bbc.in/2lmgbIr
Sir David Attenborough is back for #BluePlanet2 ๐Ÿ’™ Coming soon.d
"Preoccupied by food" #EarthCapture by Darcy Fiero
NASA astronauts must be no taller than 6ft 2in and have 20/20 vision. Find out more about astronaut selection in #BBCEarthMagazine
Subordinate capuchins need a clever tactic to be able to eat in peace bbc.in/2lV3CDK
Strange physics could explain how our brains work bbc.in/2lURQZ8
Many buffalo will fall to lions bbc.in/2lV3ZOz
Wolves vs bear โ€“ who will win? bbc.in/2ll9856
This is La Udedi, a Bajau spear-fisherman who can dive down 30m on just one breath. Discover more about sea nomads in #BBCEarthMagazine
Giant salamanders are up to almost 2 metres long bbc.in/2lqpkSx
Dragons really can fly... well, kind of. #PlanetEarth2: Jungles. Today at 16:00 on @BBCEarth. @DStv channel 184.
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How an empty sea helped the blue whale to grow to be so enormous bbc.in/2kFc73V
Why do sea otter couples hold hands while they sleep? Is it affection or is it to stop them from drifting away? #BBCEarthMagazine
 
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