What’s Hiding Deep Within The Rainforest?

Rainforests cover a large portion of Earth, but what's hiding inside of them?
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Caption: Hey there welcome to life noggin as i . sit here wrapped up in blankets by the . fire drinking hot cocoa my mind wanders . to warmer greener places tropical lands . with rain forests and oceans filled with . incredible creatures we've already . talked about what's lurking deep in the . sea but what's hiding in the rainforest . rainforests covers six percent of the . planet 50 percent of the world's species . live in rainforests and there are some . weird creatures out there this is the . pitou bird these central and south . american rainforest birds have huge. mouths and bulging yellow eyes yes they . really look like this how could . something this attention-grabbing . survive in the rainforest oh oh that's . how these nocturnal birds seemingly . transform themselves into tree stumps. and branches during the day they blend. right in they're predators like monkeys . and falcons mistake the birds gray brown . and black feathers for tree bark and . leave them alone okay that little guy . was cute but some other creatures in the . rainforest could well haunt your worst . nightmares meet the candor of fish this . amazonian fish may only be a few . centimetres long but it can do some . serious damage this parasitic little . sucker is known to prey on larger fish. forcing itself into their gills then the . candiru spine opens like an umbrella. locking the fish inside allowing it to . feast on blood from the hosts arteries. legend says that these fish can swim up . the urethra of unsuspecting people . bathing in the amazon river once it's up . there it's said to eat oh okay you know . what never mind . you can probably guess what happens next . onto something less horrifying the . rhinoceros hornbill this incredible bird . is found mostly in southeast asian . rainforests that second week looking . thing is actually hollow and is used to . attract mates rhinoceros horn bills are . monogamous so when they find a partner . they mate for life after finding their . sweetheart the female lays her eggs in a . big hole inside of a tree the two . lovebirds then seal the mom and the eggs . inside by covering the hole with a paste . made of feces and fruit ah how romantic . about 75 days later the mom and chicks . burst through the seal ready to explore. the real world talk about an entrance . huh last up are the decoy building . spiders in the peru. and philippine rainforests these tiny . spiders can be smaller than your pinky . nail but they're capable of some pretty . creepy stuff they craft huge replicas of . themselves in webs using leaves dead . insects and even their own skin and that . is pretty hardcore . then the real spider hides and shakes. the webs to make it look like the decoy . spider is moving when something comes . along it's thought to be a defense . mechanism used to scare away predators . the rainforest is filled with amazing . living things but experts say we're . losing 137 species every day yeah you . heard that right the rainforests need . our help and humans need theirs too the . amazon rainforest alone produces 20% of . our oxygen and forests around the world . absorb nearly 40% of the co2 humans . produce every year so yeah we better . figure this out or we're gonna have a . lot more co2 and a lot less oxygen and . also a lot less fun animals like this . little guy i'm gonna name you squawk oh . are there any other animals you want to . see us cover next let us know in the . comments section below and if you . enjoyed this video you're definitely . gonna want to watch our video we did on. what's hiding deep within the ocean . these are massive terrifying creatures . with eyes the size of dinner plates and . lengths greater than a school bus and. when it's time for them to eat they . capture their prey with their too long . feeding tentacles bringing it in towards . their beak my name is black oh this has . been life noggin don't forget to keep on . thinking . .
 

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