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Cannibalism among animals is fairly uncommon, but these species are known to eat their own kind. Check out these photos of animal cannibals from the National Geographic Photo Ark.
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So far, scientists are divided on how well the animals are really doing in the exclusion zone, which straddles Ukraine and Belarus, says biologist Jim Beasley of the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, who has been studying wolves there with grant support from the National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration.The Rare and Exotic Animals - National Geographic Documentary The Rare and Exotic Animals - National Geographic Documentary The Rare and Exotic Animals - National Geographic Documentary The Rare and Exotic Animals - National Geographic DocumentaryWild Animals - SAHARA DESERT ANIMALS - National Geographic HD ♥Welcome to Wild Animals HD Channel ! ♥Playlist: ♥Please like, comment and subscribe It usually takes two years or more for wildlife footage to make it into a nature documentary. But this weekend, National Geographic is unveiling a live nature feature that will let viewers follow dozens of wild animals — including bats, bull sharks and leaf-eating monkeys — in real time, offering a glimpse of how these creatures endure in their quest for survival.The National Geographic Photo Ark is a multi-year effort with photographer Joel Sartore to photograph all captive species and save these animals before many disappear. 3. Watch a video clip from Great Migrations and have groups find additional facts. Show students the video clip “Monarch Migration.” Then have small groups identify migratory habits of the species in the clip, using the Animals A-Z feature on the National Geographic Animals website to find additional facts about each animal. Allow students enough time to complete the row for the monarch butterfly in the worksheet.