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Freaky Deaky: Slow-Motion, Close-Up Video Of Hummingbirds Drinking

Proving that aliens are everywhere, this is a video produced by National Geographic of hummingbirds drinking, shaking and flying in slow motion. Who knew hummingbirds has split tongues like that? They must have crossbred with snakes thousands of years ago. "You're an idiot." The whole thing is only two minutes long and it really is worth a watch because it's hard to believe hummingbirds are even a real thing that exist.
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