The trunk noses of the saiga antelopes

Saiga antelopes are amazingly persistent. On their long migrations through the steppes of Kazakhstan, the saigas can cover 80 kilometers and more in one day. Their enormous trunk helps them do this. But the nose can do even more. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Viking Film/Iris Gesand/Andreas Kieling, Frank Gutsche/Christian R. Timmann/Richard Sako, Boris Bürgel, Markus Tanz, John-Christian Kultzscher Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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