The Giant Bird That Got Lost in Time


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  • RezoGaming GD
    RezoGaming GD  12 hours back

    6 milion years ago theres actually a larger bird called argentavis magnifisens and its wing span is almost 27 meters and weighs over 155 pounds lol but its extinct so ye

    • Patrick Jenkins
      Patrick Jenkins  4 days back

      😎 OMG. The length of the wingspan, & the shape of the wing tips❗ Winged carnivores have ALWAYS been my favorite wild creatures. 🌎

      • agett12
        agett12  4 days back

        Squash like pumpkins are amazing they even got sweeter over time to attract humans

        • LadyRavenEyes
          LadyRavenEyes  5 days back

          you know if we wanted we could use selective breeding in captivity to make condors smaller to help prevent it from going extinct.

          • Macky B. Outdoors
            Macky B. Outdoors  5 days back

            i dont know may be more alive. at new hogan lake there are about 1-200

            • Euan Hooper
              Euan Hooper  5 days back

              No mention of how Johnny cash once killed half the species

              • Otto Von Bismarck
                Otto Von Bismarck  5 days back

                Primeval in real life.

                • Saber is love, Saber is life

                  First thing that popped into my mind after reading the title was the thunderbird. This is still interesting nonetheless.

                  • Rod Palm
                    Rod Palm  1 weeks back

                    No more dead buffalos no more condors.

                    • Reecess Puffs
                      Reecess Puffs  1 weeks back

                      So California condors are living fossils

                      • Robert Hill
                        Robert Hill  1 weeks back

                        Does Steve have a last name?

                        • Bin_weevils vevo
                          Bin_weevils vevo  1 weeks back

                          Actually the California condor is critically endangered because of hunting it's prey with lead buck shot

                          • ThaC00l Kid
                            ThaC00l Kid  2 weeks back

                            Here in chile in the national emblem we have a condor and 1 day when i was 4 we needed to go to the military and there they had a condor who was shooted in a wing by an illegal hunter the condor couldnt go back to nature beacuse of the injured wing

                            • bold spirit
                              bold spirit  2 weeks back

                              Could I have them as a pet

                              • Mike Harrington
                                Mike Harrington  2 weeks back

                                A feelgood story.

                                • Robert Szymanski
                                  Robert Szymanski  2 weeks back

                                  I need some help with finding a movie..I saw a 70's movie where a country boy is walking up a hill and a giant Condor bird attacks him...part of the title said "The Legend of......" What was that movie called??

                                  • Eessa Vanderspek
                                    Eessa Vanderspek  4 weeks back

                                    There are many obstacles for the recovery of the California Condor today including lead poisoning, collision with power lines, destruction of habitat, and micro trash ingestion. Condors also have a low clutch size, raising only one chick every 2 years. It’s a variety of factors that caused their population to decline. With recent recovery efforts, there are now 98 wild California Condors in the Central Coast population in California as of September 2019. (

                                    • Callum Venter
                                      Callum Venter  1 months back

                                      ...I might of halved their population in rdr2.

                                      • Holycraposaurus
                                        Holycraposaurus  1 months back

                                        i love this stuff, but please, somebody tell this guy to speak with less haste

                                        • Eric Rosén
                                          Eric Rosén  1 months back

                                          love these kind of videos but man, slow it down a bit. I´m getting stressed by watching this..

                                          • taestyjuuice
                                            taestyjuuice  2 months back

                                            Just a few days ago i was sitting in class and i looked out the window and i seen a bird just like that soaring over the 4 story building and i remember because the wingspan was like 3/4 of my body ( im 5”3)

                                            • Bogwedgle
                                              Bogwedgle  1 months back

                                              Probably a species of vulture, condors have a wingspan of 8+ feet

                                          • Lost Soul
                                            Lost Soul  2 months back

                                            I’m going to the zoo

                                            • Trexiii
                                              Trexiii  2 months back

                                              Just take them to Africa

                                              • Jose Chavez
                                                Jose Chavez  2 months back

                                                I remember seeing giant birds in mexico more than 20 years ago, they told me it wasn’t eagles but condors that lived in the mountains several km away

                                                • Mike Vincent Dave Mullot
                                                  Mike Vincent Dave Mullot  2 months back

                                                  FOOOOOD, GLORIOUS FOOOD! Ice Age, anyone?

                                                  • Chill0nIce
                                                    Chill0nIce  2 months back

                                                    The Condor is also in danger from Lead poison from the dead animals that hunters shot

                                                    • the rising sun
                                                      the rising sun  2 months back

                                                      i remember visiting and hiking a canyon here in arizona, saw multiple of them flying around. wasn’t aware they were endangered.

                                                      • Mason Snowden
                                                        Mason Snowden  2 months back

                                                        I thought they were extinct a couple hundred years ago. Or am i thinking of a different condor

                                                        • A' aron
                                                          A' aron  2 months back

                                                          Those birds are in my neighborhood in Crowley Texas

                                                          • Averon God of fire
                                                            Averon God of fire  2 months back

                                                            Oh I am the last of the giants... my people are gone from the earth, the last of the great mountain giants... who ruled all the world at my birth. They build a Great Wall through my valley... fished all the fish from My rills. must I walk alone in the mountains, with no true companion at my side... oh I am the last of the giants so learn well the words of my song for when I am gone all the singing shall fade and the silence will last long and alone

                                                            • Marc Ramirez
                                                              Marc Ramirez  2 months back

                                                              Condors are sad 😞

                                                              • Felipe Spaolanse
                                                                Felipe Spaolanse  2 months back

                                                                I can't be the only one who is wondering why they chose the California Condor and not the Andean Condor. Great video though

                                                                • PurebreedFLA
                                                                  PurebreedFLA  2 months back

                                                                  We measure in Feet in America 😒

                                                                  • Matteo Magni
                                                                    Matteo Magni  2 months back

                                                                    just let it go

                                                                    • Dwight Mansburden
                                                                      Dwight Mansburden  2 months back

                                                                      Another anachronism is the Osage orange- they grow everywhere in my area, and nothing (except for maybe a few bold & hungry tree squirrels) will eat their bizarre fruits.

                                                                      • Lizette Diaz
                                                                        Lizette Diaz  2 months back

                                                                        I see one like this but nrownish

                                                                        • im2hot4thou
                                                                          im2hot4thou  2 months back

                                                                          Like tears in the rain...

                                                                          • Acapulco Gold Pablo
                                                                            Acapulco Gold Pablo  2 months back

                                                                            I got blood in my gas tank, bones in my steel
                                                                            I eat *California condor* for my Thanksgiving meal

                                                                            • Dovyeon
                                                                              Dovyeon  2 months back

                                                                              I hit the "dis I like" button when watching these videos.

                                                                              • Ry The Zombie
                                                                                Ry The Zombie  2 months back

                                                                                Me and my family see so many of them in Zion, and the California coast, I thought it wasn't endangered.

                                                                                • The black bombing slinger

                                                                                  Imagine since the condor has to eat carcasses to support their size they evolve into a killing machine with claws and what not and their prey become humans

                                                                                  • Eusunt Dac
                                                                                    Eusunt Dac  2 months back

                                                                                    Just leave dead humans from place to place for condors to eat. We have plenty of those. (Zoroastrians actually use(d) Condors on their Temples of Silence (located in India and Iran) to clean dead bodies of everything except the bones. Fun fact.)

                                                                                    • Yummy Soul
                                                                                      Yummy Soul  2 months back

                                                                                      And bison are endangered

                                                                                      • AKASHE CHOPHY
                                                                                        AKASHE CHOPHY  2 months back

                                                                                        That first bird was killed 3 or 4 times by my villagers few years was very big... Her wings was very huge

                                                                                        • Ater Nefarium
                                                                                          Ater Nefarium  2 months back

                                                                                          Bring back the mammoth already 😂

                                                                                          • H S
                                                                                            H S  2 months back

                                                                                            in the end extinction is inevitable. the rules of evolution are simple adapt or die

                                                                                            • sargent Pogo
                                                                                              sargent Pogo  2 months back

                                                                                              That’s a vulture

                                                                                              • Ashmeed Mohammed
                                                                                                Ashmeed Mohammed  2 months back

                                                                                                could they relocate horses to those places where they live, or relocate some of them to where the horses live?