The Most Protected Baby in the Animal World

Publicerades den 10 apr 2021
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  • Enjoy the video friends!

    • The humans are definitely a loser aswell because the female quite often chooses to kill it before full incubation meanwhile it’s illegal to steal eagle eggs

    • Hello everyone how are you

    • I wanna be a baby alligator UuU

    • 11p101p10p10p10p1p1p10100pppp

    • Thanks! PS. This is actually an interesting channel.

  • Anyone else know about the crocodiles because of wildcrats?

  • There's a bird that's also pretty lazy and a bad mother because it lays its eggs in another birds nest and then just flys away

  • In Norway is ut a birsd who does that to!

  • BELT POP BUTT TOSK

  • Someone should help that snake with its speech impediment

  • I will always love that coffee intro

  • That sip of coffee is so embarassing

  • Animals:Our child is the most protected- Good Human moms:Let us introduce ourselves

  • Ap to say n

  • FARMING IS UNDERATED

  • 4:04 There's no h in cicada.

  • For ONCE it actually stays on topic

  • 6:51 and no one wants to eat you because you have Leprocy

  • I like the end

  • That screen cap screams "daddy, let's play alien xenomorph mouth, I'll be the inner mouth"

  • The baby crocodiles is so cute!😍

  • Nesting season for crocs in Australia is no joke, the mothers really are more aggressive during this time, though you don't really need anymore of an excuse to not go near a croc anyway lol

  • I think human kids are more protected

  • Not until you drop a tsar bomb on that thing

  • 8:11 anyone know what that animal is that the lizards are standing on?

  • I love that Crokediols help birds and birds help em

  • kangaroo mothers when been hunt by a predator trow their babies out they pouch to distract the predators while they escape.

  • oh my god can you stop it with the cringy jokes

  • If the tadpoles has those abilities it would be heredity

  • I laughed so hard when he said Mom mom and then said your 35 years old already get a job lol

  • nobody: Mice: FACC FACC FACC

  • Is it protected from guns though

  • “hmm strange but this squirrel has the same perfume as steve”

  • I love good parents

  • not the male narrator saying giving birth is easy👳‍♂️👍

  • I like when he's talking for the animal

  • I love the coffee intro :)

  • Nice information

  • Armadillo is a teachers pet

  • This writer/producer provides only opinion. Lacks facts in every video on animals I've seen. 53K likes to date out of 2.5 million. Guess that's the percentage that are "learning" his way vs the scientific factual route. This narrator is famously fantastic which makes it sound legit. That's all this percentage of people need... to sound legit with "quick facts" that aren't all facts. Only 2% of crocodile offspring survive to their first year. Most of the creatures listed in this video have a much higher total offspring survival rate out of all the children they rear in their first year of life than 2%. From article by Demographic Research by Kohler, Preston, Lackey (Germany): Comparable mortality rates among selected species (including apes and small primates, hooved animals, crocodilians, 15 species of carnivores, kangaroos, ratites, and raptors) the findings state (quote): "...the gorilla life expectancy at birth, 23.3 years, is the highest of any species considered. Likewise, orangutans, gibbons, and siamangs achieve a higher life expectancy at birth than any other species under review despite having their survivorship artificially truncated. These species of apes also provide four out of the five highest life expectancies at one week of age (with spectacled bears)."

  • i used to have guineahens. they were so cute and would run up to my car every time i pulled into the driveway. like dogs 😂

  • Damn so long intro Just straight to the point

  • The rodents at the end. Just put the flame thrower to them

  • So if your breeding frogs is it possible to speed up the breeding by initiating a fight or flight response ?

  • 3:40 is daithi de nogla

  • Every mother is protective as much possible

  • I remember swimming in a waterfall😂

  • Been thinking how did they film babies in the mouth of crocodiles ?

  • DA BABY CROCODILES

  • The mouse clutch is one of my nightmares

  • *My mom does better*

  • bird: gets near crocodile also bird: most likely would not go near a quiet human

  • What idiots do: 6:26

  • 😂😂 squirrel are genius

  • With the mouth brooding fish, you should look into the fish (a kind of catfish, if I remember correctly) that replaces those babies with predator babies. The mother doesn't even recognize the event so after all her babies are eaten, she will then take care of the predators' babies.

  • U_U

  • I didn’t want to subscribe, but god damn it you deserve it!

  • Imagine the snake that was talking was Steve.

  • It only take watching one video to be addicted 😅

  • Human baby is the most protected in the animal kingdom.

  • Baby crocodile: safe inside her mothers mouth Elephant: safe by giant elephants Turtles: RUN!! AHHHHHHH RUNNNNN

  • Northern south america

  • Why do you sound like krmit?

  • Umm

  • Is the guy talking Seth Rogan? Sounds just like him.

  • “It’s an easy task to give birth.” *doubt*

  • That slurping you do as an introduction is gross and rude.

  • ”It seems easy enough to give birth” uhh okay o_O

  • Yoo wsp

  • I stop when I see coffee because it make me sick

  • Hmm Strange this squirrel has the same perfume as Steve🐍

  • 8:59

  • I'm sorry I just got tight , did he just say it seems easy to give birth 😆 .. I have currently not watched the rest of the video but that just caught me off guard 😅

  • "It seems easy enough to give birth." The writer is obviously male.

  • Meanwhile, that crab eating it's children😬

  • See you later 👋🏽

  • "It doesn't seem that hard to give birth" obviously written by a man!

  • I wonder if a mother croc has ever accidentally swallowed her offspring

  • I thought this was markiplier for a moment

  • I had to mute the audio and watch just the video. Bro, your voice is a killer to the ears

  • Dis thnake hath the thame perfume as Steve

  • So there is a nymph inside those random spit piles I see on the sides of trees and in tall grass. 39 year mystery solved, thank you.

  • Just think about it. These animals have to survive 7 days a week. Nearly 24 hours a day, in order not to die. Thats living by the edge literally every fucking day. I’m glad I’m not a animal.

  • one time a mouse gave birth inside my cupboard!

  • You know it’s a guy writing this when the opening line is “Its easy enough to give birth”

  • The royal babies Trust me no one can get close to those lol

  • i came here from the kangoroo yeeting its baby to a cheetah so i guess this is the opposite of that

  • My girlfriend is Thief and she is saving money for me by stealing money from my pocket 🙄🙄🤣🤦💋

  • Trsut me....i havent left the house in years, if anything is protected...its me💀😭

  • ⛓💚🥦Im the youngest of my family🥦💚⛓

  • THE MICE PART AAAHHHHH

  • Giving birth seems easy enough *sad human noises*

  • OMG

  • Wow

  • auckland zoo!!!!!!!!!!

  • you driped you coffe

  • OMG its the hidden treasure behind waterfalls it exists in real life!!

  • Bro most of these babies are more protected than me when I was a baby

  • It's amazing and very exciting to watch the next vedio thanks 😊

  • Tortoises, penguins and kangaroos left the room.

  • I know the dusky Swift I learned about it in my school

  • Why he have only 306 subscribers sad :(

  • Throat baby lol

  • 0:59