Flying with Vultures - Path into the Future

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+45 1. yurtb commented 11 years ago

plus if you fall down and die they'll eat you
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+28 2. Xer commented 11 years ago

Nice excuse just to go paraglading!
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+6 3. imagic commented 11 years ago

Vultures,, loved by one, hated by others.

great birds in my opinion
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+17 4. Ganjabus commented 11 years ago

#2 I bet he didn't even give a shit about the birds.
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+10 5. lockandload commented 11 years ago

the vultures circling are thinking how to peck the baloon so they can have an early lunch :P
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+1 6. Abreujr commented 11 years ago

I bet she wouldn't think the same if she was swiming with sharks or runing with lions... >:)
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-2 7. max2000 commented 11 years ago

I simply enjoy documentaries made for people with no access to the Internet, she should have said somewhere those Vultures are born 'territorials' so their flying along the couple is deffinitely a warning, and only then a leisure time curiosity.
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0 8. Rigel commented 11 years ago

did she say PERHAPS flying might be a life changing experience? I mean superpowers are just meeh right?
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+2 9. samxgx commented 11 years ago

#5 i thought the same :D Flying food"?
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0 10. thorargent commented 11 years ago

At 3:57 it says "Only 2900 breading pairs remain worldwide." I don't really want to bread a vulture because I hear they taste terrible, so maybe they meant "breeding pairs"?
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-2 11. Usdevildoggmc commented 11 years ago

Vultures are awesome when I was little in California they used to THRIVE here you would see them on the side of the road feeding on roadkill or other animals... I would see one at least 2 times a week. now I haven't seen one for at least 15 years.
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0 12. Hallsavenger commented 11 years ago

#7 lmgfao so true
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+4 13. c2quad commented 11 years ago

Would be such a Wonderful Experience to have
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+1 14. Steelhunky commented 11 years ago

Very good video.
Well done, thanks for sharing.