34 comments

  • Anuraag K.
    04/19/2018 16:12

    Sir this reminded me of your lecture on interactions within the organisms in an ecosystem

  • Mike R.
    04/19/2018 16:53

    Seem a lot like humans. Sometimes helping but lots of times hindering.

  • Ophaketse P.
    04/19/2018 19:08

    Lovely nature

  • Lauren S.
    04/19/2018 21:01

    I didn’t know these birds were actually doing harm too

  • Свилен А.
    04/20/2018 03:28

    birds-parasites

  • Duangjai T.
    04/20/2018 07:45

    Amazing

  • Saroj L.
    04/21/2018 10:14

    how why ??

  • Haidar H.
    04/22/2018 05:59

    جميل

  • Crisanto D.
    04/23/2018 01:53

    that's how nature works. for sure, soon humans will step in and will actually do more harm than good.

  • Troy L.
    04/24/2018 18:32

    If I am not mistaken that hippo looks like it has tears running down its face

  • Praveen N.
    04/25/2018 04:26

    Thanks but No Thanks

  • Louise M.
    04/25/2018 07:28

    It’s called nature. It’s been happening for a pretty long time

  • Oceane C.
    04/26/2018 16:40

    I will Be this bird

  • Michael R.
    04/27/2018 11:29

    We have to consider that them pecking at wounds may be to remove devitalized tissue that needs to be removed. Say to remove fibrinous exudate that can build up in wound and if exposed to the the elements can harbor bacteria and parasites. It's the basis of daily wet-to-dry dressing changes. But then again what do I know.....I'm just a surgeon.

  • Florin U.
    04/28/2018 23:07

    better let nature follows his course

  • Joe H.
    04/30/2018 05:21

    &

  • Andrew T.
    05/02/2018 19:28

    familiar??

  • Sirimaiya S.
    05/07/2018 13:07

    เอร้ยยยยย

  • Jason W.
    05/24/2018 03:51

    Both negative and positive. Kinda like the human, huh?

  • Norman B.
    06/12/2018 04:21

    Maybe they are removing infected flesh??