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MPG videos of Mojave Desert Wildlife
Like other reptiles, the desert tortoise is cold-blooded. To survive in the desert, the tortoise estivates (remains underground in its burrow) during the hottest times of the day in the summer and ... More info...
The often mis-named "Mojave Green" has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America. Its poison is about ... More info...
The desert's most successful opportunist is the coyote. Its skill as a hunter for anything that can be swallowed ensures this omnivore's ... More info...
The tubby, round-bellied little Horned Lizard eats mainly ants and relies on stillness and camouflage to avoid predators. The horns on the lizards head help ... More info...
The murderous-looking jetblack Raven (Corvis corax) average about 24 inches in length and have a fan-shaped tail rather than the square tail of ... More info...
These birds forage in shallow water or on mud flats, often sweeping their bills from side to side in water. ... More info...
Panning for Gold - 19 sec/443k >
Panning for Gold - 35 sec/787k >
Gunfight (part 1 of 5) - 23 sec/524k >
Gunfight (part 2 of 5) - 47 sec/1,051k >
Gunfight (part 3 of 5) - 67 sec/1,500k >
Gunfight (part 4 of 5) - 45 sec/1,019k >
Gunfight (part 5 of 5) - 31 sec/692k >
Railroad Ride (part 1 of 3) - 19 sec/435k >
Railroad Ride (part 2 of 3) - 23 sec/532k >
Railroad Ride (part 3 of 3) - 37 sec/843k >