Friday, May 22, 2020

Train Push Snow waves over waiting commuters & Hooded Dance Grebe



Train Push Snow waves over waiting commuters & Hooded Dance Grebe


Hooded Grebes couldn’t possibly know they live near the birthplace of one of the world’s most iconic dances, but just stick a rose in this bird’s beak and you’ve got a pretty mean tango.

Taken from the new film Tango in the Wind—which highlights efforts to protect these imperiled birds and is available online—the clip above offers a rare look at the Hooded Grebe’s courtship display. They use some fancy footwork to raise themselves above the surface of a remote lake, dance cheek-to-cheek with impeccable timing, and whip their heads around in rhythm like a pair of headbangers at a Megadeth show
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