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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
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
Penguins scale a mountain
"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
Researchers are planning a large expedition to the Arctic - but how will they be greeted by the locals? ๐Ÿ“ป
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The โ€˜Earth-likeโ€™ planets we have found might not be like Earth at all
How do bats hang upside down while hibernating?
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
Strange physics could explain how our brains work
Many buffalo will fall to lions
Wolves vs bear โ€“ who will win?
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
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
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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