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VIDEO. This camera trap films a watering hole for bees and reveals many surprises

Wildlife is everywhere… if you know how to observe it. To be convinced of this, just take a look at the wonderful document that follows. For two years, Adrien Ducouloux, a beekeeper in the Doubs, set up a camera trap at the drinking trough for his bees. Result ? An incessant parade of wild animals and a magical and captivating video at the end.

Original comment: neo, this water trough was only meant to quench the thirst of the bees. Over time, however, Adrien Ducouloux discovered footprints that indicated that other animals were attracted to this water.

So to get to the bottom of it and find out the identities of these unexpected visitors, the man set up a camera trap. That was in 2017. Since then, thousands of animal crossings have been recorded: wild boars, deer, foxes, squirrels, birds, lynx… To give you an idea of ​​the result, watch this compilation full of life and surprises (and if you want to play , you can try to guess each of the types, you will get the results below). Look :

The experiment lasted more than three years. A total of 22,400 videos were recorded. In this selection of signed Api25 we find, in order of occurrence:

  • 1: Deer
  • 2: Bullfinch
  • 3: Deer
  • 4: Thrush Drains
  • 5: Red Squirrel
  • 6: Deer
  • 7: Das
  • 8: Martin
  • 9: Deer
  • 10: Forest cat
  • 11: Young deer
  • 12: buff
  • 13: Martin
  • 14: Deer
  • 15: Variable Mouthpiece
  • 16: Eurasian Lynx
  • 17: buff
  • 18: Tawny owl
  • 19: Deer
  • 20: Wood pigeon – Hawthorn Grosbeak – Oak Jay
  • 21: Deer
  • 22: Boars
  • 23: Great Spotted Woodpecker
  • 24: Boar – Boar
  • 25: buff
  • 26: Great Tit – Blue Tit – Finch – Great Spotted Woodpecker
  • 27: Forest cat
  • 28: Das
  • 29: Boar – Boar
  • 30: Bullfinch – Blackbird
  • 31: Deer
  • 32: Martin
  • 33: Boars
  • 34: Deer
  • 35: Boars
  • 36: Stonecracker Grosbeak – Robin
  • 37: Boars
  • 38: Spotted Woodpecker (left) – Great Spotted Woodpecker (right) – Merel
  • 39: Variable Mouthpiece
  • 40: Sparrowhawk
  • 41: Sparrowhawk
  • 42: Song Thrush
  • 43: Fox
  • 44: Das
  • 45: buff
  • 46: Boars
  • 47: Fox
  • 48: Forest cat
  • 49: Marten
  • 50: Black Woodpecker
  • 51: Martin
  • 52: Boars
  • 53: Buzzard
  • 54: Deer
  • 55: Hawk
  • 56: Hawk
  • 57: Fox
  • 58: Deer

Images that will make you want to try the experience in your own garden.

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John is a Gamer And A Writer By Heart. He Writes News Articles On Receivinghelpdesk And Also Specializes In Writing Tech and entertainment-related topics. He Loves Watching Movies And Shows. Definitely A Complete Extrovert.

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