B-Roll Video: Animals at Grand Canyon

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Duration:
1 minute, 22 seconds

This female Desert Bighorn Sheep is not very shy! Get the close up view of this beautiful animal calmly chewing as she lies on the very edge of the Grand Canyon. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
1 minute, 13 seconds

A female bighorn sheep moving from left to right and stopping every once and a while to nibble on plants by the river's edge. Several shots make up this clip. (24 fps 1080p)

 
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Duration:
52 seconds

California Condors were first introduced into Grand Canyon in 1996, and since then population numbers have risen to near 75.
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Duration:
1 minute, 19 seconds

A mix of short clips, reintroduced California Condors soaring above the cliffs near the South Rim of Grand Canyon. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
17 seconds

A young Desert Bighorn Sheep walks by in the Rim Country of Grand Canyon National Park. (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
19 seconds

Patch-nosed Snake 
(Salvadora hexalepis) Body length: 20 - 46" Nonvenomous. Eats eggs, lizards, small mammals, insects. Some scientists believe that the distinctive "patch nose" or enlarged nose scale, is an adaptation for excavating eggs. Patchnose snakes are day-active and are regularly seen on the inner-canyon trails of Grand Canyon National Park. Look for a fast, tan-colored snake with long stripes. When threatened, they will inflate their body and strike, as this one does at the end of the video . (24fps, 1080p)

 
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Duration:
20 seconds

This female desert bighorn sheep is really digging in there to loosen up the roots of tasty sagebrush along the rim of the Grand Canyon. (24fps, 1080p)

 

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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