The unbelievable Hummer

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+8 1. plurft commented 12 years ago

Beautiful birds, interesting video... :)
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-2 2. yajirou commented 12 years ago

Looked like a dinosaur at the end!
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+6 3. NathaneM commented 12 years ago

at last, a nice vid before I sleep.
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+2 4. blacklama commented 12 years ago

Awesome creatures.
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-8 5. _Time_is_Money_ commented 12 years ago

what about the car ?
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-4 6. badboy007 commented 12 years ago

I want one for my room
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0 7. SeanzBeanz commented 12 years ago

Wow that is amazing! ::(|)
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-3 8. Kurisusan commented 12 years ago

#5 well... the car is polluting the world, so they are killing these cute birds.
think about that.
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-1 9. shayangx commented 12 years ago

And so cute too! :p
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+3 10. CrackrJak commented 12 years ago

This is one of those evolutionary mysteries. This bird has no intermediary or precursory forms in the fossil record. There are birds and humming birds, Nothing in-between. They are also pollinators, Which means certain flowers depend on them to produce seeds.
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-2 11. Denaro commented 12 years ago

#10 Humming Birds, obviously are a type of bird, they have all the features a typical bird has, therefore there is an evolutionary link 'in-between' them, regardless of whether or not other birds can hover. Its a trait thats allowed them to live, they're not a completely different class of animal.
Also, almost every flower relies on pollinators to spread its seeds (not produce them).
Still, pretty amazing bird.
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-2 12. erg5hp commented 12 years ago

had an unbelievable hummer once
but she was my cousin . . .
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+3 13. MiNo commented 12 years ago

#11, you misinterpret what #10 is saying. He's not trying to relate modern birds to modern hummingbirds. He is talking about the lack of fossil records that relate the modern hummingbirds to the most recent ancestor of both the hummingbird and the traditional birds. By the way, fossilization was difficult because the bones of these mini-birds are too fragile and brittle to remain intact in nature.
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-2 14. irishgek commented 12 years ago

Amazing bird , thanks snotr i was mad at first as last time i thought a hummer was cool was in borat but then i found out there is no "pussy magnet" free with hummer :P
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-8 15. montypython commented 12 years ago

boring, no new info.
Can I get a grant to study something we already know?
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0 16. TarasFromLviv commented 12 years ago

So soon we'll have airplanes that move like that?