Crane’s life_024

Crane’s life_024

Have you ever wondered why red-crowned cranes Sleep on rivers? Cranes have been spotted in the marshland of Japan's northern island of Hokkaido since 1924.They survive bitterly cold temperatures of -20 degree in winter. But they've learned that the temperature of the river is much warmer than the surrounding area. Rivers are like natural hot springs for them. And sleeping in the middle of a river allows them to keep an eye out for predators who would like to sneak up on them. After a good sleep, they awaken with the sunrise and rising temperature, refreshed and ready to find the day's first meal. It's a daily routine not so dissimilar from our own... if we are lucky!





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