Watch a manakin moonwalk

Submitted by: buddy 12 years ago in Science
http://www.pbs.org/cgi-registry/mediaplayer/videoplayer.cgi?playertype=realmediaa--sspeed=hia--s;playeraddress=videoplayer.cgi;media=%2Fwnet%2Fnature%2Fdeepjungle%2Fmanakinmoonwalk_lo.rm%2C%2Fwnet%2Fnature%2Fdeepjungle%2Fmanakinmoonwalk_hi.rm;title=Watch%20a%20manakin%20moonwalk.;playertemplate=%2Fwnet%2Fnature%2Fmedia_player%2Fgreen.html

The only known case of a bird doing the moonwalk.
There are 21 comments:
Female 46
ya weird....but not bad idk maby it has some mental probs..or it was just natraly that wierd!
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Male 1
It is real I seen it in science class the other day.
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Female 578
Maybe because it WAS real, and cool at that
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Female 782
funky. i actualy began to think it was real for a minute
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Female 220
funny bird; odd woman
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Male 131
The one in the video was a red capped manakin
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Male 131
I saw one of those in Costa Rica. Except the one I saw was a Blue Crowned Manakin.
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Female 54
Woah, nature is so funny.
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Male 189
That was so cool! It`s like a fricking type-writer! Hop, hop, hop, hop, hop, fweeeesh! hop, hop, hop, hop, hop, fwooooosh! You couldn`t even tell it was hopping... it was more like a gliding/floating/moonwalking/hip-hop breakdancing type thing.
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Male 527
Tree hugger!!
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Male 6
Was that real?
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Female 464
That`s so neat.
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Female 107
That bird was amazing! Once you got passed the person...talking.
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Male 667
Hey Claire, you look a lot like paris hilton....Got any videos we can watch?
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Male 667
Yeah...I really wanted to watch the rest of that, but that chick was f u c k i n WACKO
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Male 7
worked for me, jesus that girls weird!
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Male 34
Doesn`t work
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Male 125
it works, all you have to do is select the size you want on the top right corner of the page
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Male 1,030
How is this rated 4 if the link doesn`t work??!!
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Male 207
The link doesn`t work.
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Male 10,115
Link: Watch a manakin moonwalk [Rate Link] - The only known case of a bird doing the moonwalk.

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