Sir David Attenborough’s Alternative CURLING Commentary
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[Sir David Attenborough’s Alternative CURLING Commentary]
[Sir David Frederick Attenborough (born 8 May 1926)] Source: LYBIO.net
Our planet the earth: as we know it, is unique. It contains life even in its most barren stretches. Its rich with [auditors]. In all my years of exploration these are the creatures I find most curious. For the first time ever filmed over the course of 3 afternoons in deepest Russia, you’ve seen the worlds state of the art cameras: This is Curling.
Here we have a pack of sliding curlers, watch as the alpha female displays her dominance over the herd by tapping the end of the frisking broom to check for rouge insects.
This is a precise exercise – and off she goes – gently but flamboyantly launching the over sized walnut down the frozen river.
The Alpha females job is now complete. Its down to the herd to frantically follow the walnut down the river gently frisking the foreground.
Past the red line the walnut goes.
This is nature at its most vulnerable.
You’ll notice a group of other walnuts already near the flat round nest. These are from other sliding curlers who’d thrust their nuts down earlier.
[Sir David Attenborough] Source: LYBIO.net
This is to mark their territory. The aim of this ritual is to land your walnut in the center of the nest.
The frisking is frantic and often futile making no difference to the success of the net thrust.
But it’s playful and all part of what makes this game the sliding curlers play so magical.
Look how happy it makes them.
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