Animal life on the shores of the blue Nile – BBC Earth

The papyrus plants that surround a lake from the blue Nile present a wealth of life with opportunities for survival. From weaver birds to ancient scribes. In the lake today, pelicans get to feed on fishermen’s offcuts in this clip from the BBC documentary, Nile. Watch more high quality videos on the BBC Earth YouTube channel here: and visit for all the latest natural history exclusives and fantastic new wildlife videos.

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2 Responses to “Animal life on the shores of the blue Nile – BBC Earth”

  1. rubixspoly says:

    i would like to go …
    i would like to go on an expedition to ethopia’s blue nile it is really nice

  2. magmaguppy says:

    Those weaver birds …
    Those weaver birds are great nest builders.