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NATURE

Condor Flight School

  • Aired: 09/25/2013
  • 02:46
  • Expires: 02/28/2017
  • Rating: NR
The largest raptors in the world, Andean condors care for offspring for 2 years until the young bird is old enough to survive on its own. In this scene from EARTHFLIGHT: South America, a male condor teaches its six-month-old chick to fly in Patagonia. After the male demonstrates, the youngster makes a few attempts before finally taking to the sky.
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An Andean condor teaches its six-month-old chick to fly in Patagonia.
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