15 Most Amazing Nests In The Animal World

Feb 18, 2021
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When a couple are awaiting the arrival of their baby, especially their first, an awful lotof work will go into prepping the baby’s room. And it’s not just humans who do this.We know birds have nests, but so do some other animals, and many of them put the rooms we decorate for our human children to shame. These are the most amazing nests in the animal world!
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  • Thank you for sharing this video AMAZING 😻

    Nolasco concepcionNolasco concepcion3 days ago
  • i liked the fish who made the mandala

    Phillip BinghamPhillip Bingham6 days ago
  • سبحان اللہ ۔

    Atta JilaniAtta Jilani6 days ago
  • In Russia modern objects like door knobs and screws are found in rocks that are supposedly billions of years old.

    André DreyerAndré Dreyer6 days ago
  • thumbnail pic: oh my god! i go away for 5 years and now the house keeper moved her family in?? well its a good thing i called in the bailif to climb that tree

    tribefenatictribefenatic6 days ago
  • I'm going to stop watching these, I don't like to be threatened

    susan sellarssusan sellars7 days ago
  • The wasp nest trick is very common in Jamaica...

    Lemuel ReidLemuel Reid7 days ago
  • This would have been much more interesting if the interior of the nexts were shown.

    Peter DewberryPeter Dewberry7 days ago
  • could it be that cave man learn to build house from bird ?

    Charles CandyCharles Candy8 days ago
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  • Who gave evolution it's mind? Hmm

    Debra FindlayDebra Findlay8 days ago
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      Debra FindlayDebra Findlay7 days ago
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      BlacklighttvBlacklighttv7 days ago
  • Think woodpeckers get concussions?

    David QuinnDavid Quinn9 days ago
  • Amazing.

    Guido DodoGuido Dodo9 days ago
  • Woodpeckers rarely if ever reuse the same nests.

    Bristol HereBristol Here9 days ago
  • God is truly amazing

    Mark JonesMark Jones9 days ago
  • Truly amazing ❤👏👍

    Inessa CheshireInessa Cheshire9 days ago
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    Friday_night_funkin_fanFriday_night_funkin_fan9 days ago
  • Their all wonderful. I never knew some of these birds did such detailed structures. Very informative

    GiGi PaintsGiGi Paints9 days ago
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      Martin PhilipMartin Philip8 days ago
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    Marylin AlanisMarylin Alanis9 days ago
  • Interesting information... weird though that sometimes during your delivery, one can hear you reading the script off the page and at other times, you sound really quite natural. Not a criticism, just an honest observation. :)

    Dave Lennon-CopelandDave Lennon-Copeland10 days ago
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  • Terrible narration.

    Cheree CargillCheree Cargill10 days ago
  • Cool 😎

    Lori WeikelLori Weikel10 days ago
  • Lovely

    Kevin BertusKevin Bertus10 days ago
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    Wepato PatoreWepato Patore10 days ago
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    Francia KennethFrancia Kenneth10 days ago
  • I believe in reincarnation. I say that because I wonder what on earth did someone do so horrible that they had to come back as a woodpecker??? Can you imagine having to slam your head on a solid surface for a home? For a nursery? For food? Can you?? I cannot!

    Susan MartinSusan Martin10 days ago
  • They are awesome

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    Larry GarveyLarry Garvey10 days ago
  • VERY GOOD...

  • Some animals build better than humans haha

    Shiny FactsShiny Facts11 days ago
  • Gee! the Chinese eat anything...bird saliva nests soup...yuk!,,,now the birds are almost extinct..sad

    Harry J HarrisonHarry J Harrison11 days ago
  • That Bower Bird nest was Kool!! so contemporary in its design. Its the first time that I have ever heard of the Oven Bird!! and I am 50 been watching David Attenborough since I was 6..

    osirusgtrosirusgtr11 days ago
  • I thought that Bower Bird must be a Joke but they really do this shit oO

    KeepKeep12 days ago
    • Funkg

      Virginia JacksonVirginia Jackson7 days ago
    • haha!

      Harry J HarrisonHarry J Harrison11 days ago
  • What is that

    William CrislerWilliam Crisler12 days ago
  • I really need to hire these animals to build , build, build, lol

    William CrislerWilliam Crisler12 days ago
  • This was by far the best video of yours I have seen.. a lot of great information..fascinating and another testimony to God's wondrous creation

    Helpful Homeschool MamaHelpful Homeschool Mama12 days ago
  • yo those are some cool nests

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    Thanh NguyenThanh Nguyen13 days ago
  • They should all be aired in ... The show called my crib .... They have the best cribs

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  • The termites nest .. Are big n deep to hide their Queen . same with the bees . the male birds go to so much trouble to attack n find a Queen . ... I think we can all learn something here ... Be true to our Queen's ... N treat them as Queen's.... All men should know ...

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    Public Product 252Public Product 25213 days ago
    • Me too

      Sapphire Plumlee The Autism Angel ClubSapphire Plumlee The Autism Angel Club10 days ago
  • Ya ya I know how weaver ants bild there nest they curul up leaves

    Kay MilesKay Miles13 days ago
  • Awesome video! I was hoping you would include the social weaver birds nests, and you did at the end. I'm from South Africa and even I am impressed seeing these nests and witnessing all the birds coming and going. Another reason their entrances are at the bottom, is to protect them from snakes lying on top of the nest, waiting for a bird to fly upwards. The snakes are unable to reach the bottom of the nest, so it's usually a long wait. 😁

    Lynn BLynn B13 days ago
  • 1:59 who eles is looking at this and thinking its the cuteist thing ever

    Kaylynn WalshKaylynn Walsh13 days ago
    • I want to to pet it

      Kaylynn WalshKaylynn Walsh13 days ago
  • Eee

    Beverly WyattBeverly Wyatt13 days ago
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    Bobby JohnsonBobby Johnson14 days ago
  • I like the#1 nest

    Andrea HathawayAndrea Hathaway14 days ago
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    Cathy BensonCathy Benson14 days ago
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    quillaquilla14 days ago

    Track PetersTrack Peters14 days ago
  • Those bees are nasty that’s a big beehive in there swarmed around it who want to dive inside about it you will probably die

    nandin davisnandin davis14 days ago
    • people need to leave bee's alone. Without them, humans will die. fact. We depend on them, and flies, as gross at that sounds, to pollinate crops

      Shari HereShari Here14 days ago
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    mim akthermim akther15 days ago
  • Waver ants are through out my 5 acres garden

    Prafulla PuhanPrafulla Puhan15 days ago
  • Amazing ❤️👍

    Abm DcAbm Dc15 days ago
  • When u push bee when land on your hand with nest near by.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh he hurt me he broke my leg he he he uhh hurt my insides . the colony . its war sjsjdjdjdjxjxjxjxjckckckckckckckcck

    Luke Mc CarthyLuke Mc Carthy15 days ago
  • Mocking bird

    Alvin SquezzAlvin Squezz15 days ago
  • My favorite was the Taylor Bird :) Enjoyed the video

    Sarah HitchcockSarah Hitchcock15 days ago
  • As long as I don't see the centapede I'm ok

    Copper_PhoenixCopper_Phoenix15 days ago
  • That is one big beehive, what type of bees

    Tara Elizabeth DensleyTara Elizabeth Densley16 days ago
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    Mihai DanielMihai Daniel16 days ago
  • The bee nest or hive is so satisfying

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    • Never said how hard you had to bang your head

      Wolf BanditWolf Bandit11 days ago
  • What the heck yo a woodpecker is on one of the trees outside.....😮

    Kev_Gaming 5342Kev_Gaming 534217 days ago
    • The swallow

      Clay LewisClay Lewis14 days ago
  • The information is so vague

    Fatima AsimFatima Asim17 days ago
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    Diego ChávezDiego Chávez17 days ago
  • Congrats on getting the views and comments. This channel is garbage. Well done!

    JTD472JTD47217 days ago
  • A caddisfly building a gold and opal "nest" ?lol I don't be thinking so.

    TacktickleTacktickle17 days ago
    • I think I remember watching a documentary where people raise them and use their discarded nest as jewelry thus why it was gold and opal

      Cait DCait D14 days ago
  • Juicy topic#

    Jen WinkJen Wink17 days ago
  • We have the Pileated woodpecker around our home in the Ozarks. We got to watch two offsprings being raised the first year we relocated but the old tree fell that had the nest in it. One eats here everyday and sometimes we see two but I think getting to watch a family is long gone. They are a trip. They look as if they have been around from the days before humans.

    Alan ClarkAlan Clark17 days ago
    • @Alan Clark thanks for that info but for now I will just let things go as they have been, they're living off the grubs and insects in that rotten tree should have been cut down several years ago. common sense says that tree is going down soon and they like the shell peanuts I put out :) and they are my outside pets for sure! haha They all look the same until you actually watch them and are able to distinguish one from the other makes it fun

      Shari HereShari Here14 days ago
    • @Shari Here the wood peckers favorite food is the suet cakes. Not pricey and the little cage that holds the cake are under five bux I think. Hang one close to a window and you will get a show for sure. They become pets. Cheers

      Alan ClarkAlan Clark14 days ago
    • @Alan Clark ohh, good to know. I'm in a city and have been feeding the blue jays for about a year now. Ha, I swear they circle the house looking in my windows for me and screeching all along like feed me already! Yes, they have me trained to feed them. My cat enjoys watching them also. haha. gives that lazy cat something to do and look forward to. all the corvids like to hang out at my house.. ahaha I've seen them swoop down at the neighbors too like hey get out of here. They are really possessive especially when it comes to the squirrels trying to take the peanuts.. fight fight it is!

      Shari HereShari Here14 days ago
    • @Shari Here the black/white one may be the downy woodpecker. The thing about the Pileated Woodpeckers is they are the size of a small crow. We have the red headed, the red bellied, downy, Pileated and the very pretty flicker. They are all pretty tolerant of each other unless there is snow and nothing else around to eat. No blue jay hardly ever.

      Alan ClarkAlan Clark14 days ago
    • @Alan Clark I had some black/white woodpeckers and never noticed them until my sister pointed them out. I don't often see them anymore since the red head woodpecker settled into my tree. I put peanuts out for the jays and the woodpeckers compete to get their share. They chase off the starlings which is good but not sure how long this tree will be around as it's a hot mess. One year I seen a huge commotion of birds and wondered what was going on. I had to go out and see close up. These birds were picking live ants (huge ants) from the tree and eating them.. never seen that before

      Shari HereShari Here14 days ago
  • I was so amazed by that last nest with a whole bunch of birds! My brother, my mom, and me were all crowding around and we were all like, WOW!!

    Sara WoodySara Woody17 days ago
  • No hate I just. End to let this out in Korean sorry 때때로 나는 빌어 먹을 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬처럼 거짓말하는 사람들을 정말 싫어해 sorry

    Hana TurnerHana Turner17 days ago
  • the nests are cool im the 22nd one to comment

    Susan DugganSusan Duggan17 days ago
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    ekowgirlekowgirl17 days ago
  • Wow so that bird gets laid by groupies

    Love x DeathLove x Death17 days ago
  • one to comment

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  • the Woodpecker is like eef! eef! eef! eef! humans to avoid at all cost so wreckless so wretched!

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      Randy GastRandy Gast17 days ago
  • And I'm the 15th comment lol

    Daniel GonzalezDaniel Gonzalez17 days ago
  • All of them impress me! I think animals are just amazing. They are very good at life in general. Idk if humans give them the credit they deserve. Those nests/homes were just amazing. Animals are incredible with their abilities. Enjoyed the video! ❤️💜💚

    Paige MullPaige Mull17 days ago
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  • 13th comment, cool

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    • How is it not real?

      Starr ChildStarr Child16 days ago
  • So cute 😍❤️😍

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  • my parents have a group of hummingbirds show up every year and its crazy to see the mom when she brings her fat little babies to the feeder and shes tiny

    AshleighAshleigh17 days ago
    • Hummingbirds: what are u looking at?

      Nat AubNat Aub7 days ago
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      Zaria LynchlZaria Lynchl11 days ago
    • hummingbird: we're not fat...! we're fluffy, cute & fluffy (esp. when perched)...! lolz

      m. alontom. alonto14 days ago
    • That is adorable

      MochiMochi17 days ago
  • Hey I'm 6th to comment welcome to the early club some animals build amazing homes to keep their babies safe

    Sarah SSarah S17 days ago
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    • I really liked the video😍👍

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