National Geographic always captures some amazing video of wildlife. Over the years, they’ve brought us great images from a variety of locations around the globe of some of the most beautiful and intelligent animals on the planet. But the video below is in a class all of it’s own. Captured on a recent expedition to the Falkland Islands, the short clip shows us some local birds, known as Johnny Rooks, who are aggressive, destructive, and down right scary. If there is a lesson to be learned here, it’s to make sure your campsite is well protected. I’d suggest guard dogs, but I think the dogs would lose.
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