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Sterna albifrons (Laridae) - Brüten und Hudern

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Sterna albifrons (Laridae) - Brüten und Hudern
Alternative Title
Sterna albifrons (Laridae) - Hatching and Caring for the Young
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E 663
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Silent film
Rittinghaus, Hans
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Film, 16 mm, 45 m ; SW, 4 min

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Zwergseeschwalbe. Richtungswechsel und Wenden der Eier, Intentionsbewegungen zur Revierverteidigung, Hudern, dabei Kompensation der Bewegung der Jungvögel, wärmesuchende Jungvögel unter den Flügeln des Altvogels.
From different angles, the film shows first the incubation of a nest of eggs, with repeated changes of direction and turning of the eggs, and then, in detail, the behaviour in taking the offspring under wings as long as there is still and egg in the nest.
Keywords Seeschwalbe / Zwergseeschwalbe Zwergseeschwalbe Sterna albifrons Hudern Brutpflege / Charadriiformes brood care / Charadriiformes taking chicks under its wings caring for the young / Charadriiformes Sterna albifrons little tern Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Charadriiformes - Wat- und Möwenvögel Aves - Vögel Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates aves - birds charadriiformes - waders, gulls and auks biology