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The Amazing Bouncing Pebble Toad
Nature equips its creatures with all sorts of amazing defense techniques but this one is pretty special. A toad that can't hop should be easy prey but when needed, the little guy just curls up in a tight ball and bounces its way to safety. The animal photography is stunning - BBC wins again.
eGuider: Michael Sean Wright
Founder of nicefishfilms
Frequent quoter of big ideas including Hermann Hesse's 1936 poem Hours in the Garden - "I hear music and see men of the past and future. I see wise men and poets and scholars and artists harmoniously building the hundred-gated cathedral of Mind."