Mamba rumble | Natural World
It's the mating season, and when males meet, they fight. The winner pins the loser's head to the ground and claims his reward, inspecting the female's body with his tongue. If mating is successful, the female will lay up to 17 eggs, usually in an underground nest or hollow tree. The eggs hatch about three months later, in the summer.Tweet
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Cockatoos | Australia: Earth's Magical Kingdom
A parrot finds a tree hollow to lay her eggs in, the hollow is dry and out of reach from predators. The cockatoos also want to use the hollow for nesting and fight the parrot.