moma Reporter: Weniger Fische im Bodensee | ARD Morgenmagazin | DAS ERSTE

Der Bodensee ist sehr klar. So klar, dass man das Wasser trinken kann. Das freut viele Touristen, doch die Fischer sind besorgt: Denn dadurch gibt es immer weniger Fische.



moma-Reporter: Elefanten auf Sri Lanka Teil 1 | ARD Morgenmagazin | DAS ERSTE

Elefanten sind die Attraktion auf Sri Lanka. Die Population gilt inzwischen als stabil. Doch das Töten von Elefanten geht weiter. Vor allem dort, wo Menschen das Land beanspruchen. Das “Elephant Transit Home” im Udawalawe National Park kümmert sich um verwaiste Elefanten, päppelt sie auf und entlässt sie dann in die Freiheit.


Unser MOMA-Reporter Sven Lorig lernt dort kleine Elefanten kennen, die jeden Tag 25 Liter Milch trinken. Und Namal, einen Elefantenbullen, der dringend eine neue Prothese braucht. Der Kölner Zoodirektor ist angereist, um die mit Spendengeldern finanzierte Prothese zu übergeben.


Warum Deutschland immer noch Entwicklungsland ist

Warten auf dem Bürgeramt – alles ist wie früher. Experten sagen, die digitale Verwaltung ist in Deutschland immer noch nicht angekommen. Die Politik schiebt den digitalen Wandel auf die lange Bank.



MOMA-Reporter: Elefanten auf Sri Lanka, Teil 3| ARD Morgenmagazin | DAS ERSTE

Der dritte und letzte Teil unserer Serie dreht sich unter anderem um wilde Elefanten auf Sri Lanka. Hier hat sich die Elefanten-Population in den letzten Jahren erfreulich stabilisiert. Unser MOMA-Reporter Sven Lorig ist auf Safari gegangen und begegnet dabei nicht nur zahllosen Rüsseltieren, sondern auch jeder Menge Touristen.



MOMA-Reporter: Elefanten auf Sri Lanka, Teil 2 | ARD Morgenmagazin | DAS ERSTE

Unser MOMA-Reporter Sven Lorig war auf Sri Lanka und begegnete Elefanten, die kurz vor ihrer Auswilderung aus dem Elefantenwaisenhaus “Elefant Transit Home” stehen. Ein paar Hürden gilt es noch zu überwinden. Wie bringt man einen GPS-Sender an einem ausgewachsenen Elefanten an?


In freier Wildbahn trifft Sven Lorig auf Tiere, die sich schon an die neue Freiheit gewöhnt haben. Es wurde brenzlig, als die Filmcrew zwischen eine Elefantenkuh und ihr Kalb geriet.


See 3 Lions Get a Brand New Home in the Wild | Short Film Showcase

In South Africa, watch as wild lions roam the Somkhanda Game Reserve for the first time in 100 years.


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Poaching and habitat loss have caused African lion populations to rapidly decline over the last century. Despite the current trend of declining numbers, there is still hope for the species to flourish once again in the wild. The Somkhanda Game Reserve in South Africa is one of the groups working to bring back lions to their area for the first time in 100 years. The team aims to relocate a pride—one male and two females—from a nearby reserve whose lion population has exceeded their capacity. This massive conservation effort will hopefully counteract the larger trend and provide Somkhanda with the final piece to be a “big five” game reserve. Follow the team as they track, dart, and relocate the lions to their new home in this short film from Black Bean Productions (https://blackbeanproductions.com) and Empowers Africa (https://empowersafrica.org).

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This is What Your Dog Does When You’re Angry | National Geographic

Dogs don’t just lick their mouths when they want to be fed, they also use them in a surprising way—when they see an angry human.


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Researchers showed images of angry humans to dogs, and they reacted with a lick of their mouth. The dogs did not respond in the same way when only given audio queues. This behavior may come from the domestication process—and suggests that dogs have some understanding of human emotions.

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Sunflower Seastar: Terrifying Predator? | National Geographic

This animal is more than three feet wide and one of the fastest animals in its biome! It’s also a very efficient scavenger.
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A Duck-Like Dinosaur Is Among Oddest Fossils Yet Found | National Geographic

The exquisite fossil, which was rescued from poachers, is one of the few known dinosaurs that lived on the water.
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A newly discovered dinosaur fossil has features that may look oddly familiar to us. Found in Mongolia, Halszkaraptor escuilliei looked and hunted like a duck. It’s related to the Velociraptor, and is one of the few known dinosaurs that lived on the water. The turkey-sized dino roamed Earth’s ancient wetlands more than 70 million years ago. Scientists rescued the fossil after it had illegally been poached and smuggled out of Mongolia.

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Heart-Wrenching Video: Starving Polar Bear on Iceless Land | National Geographic

This is what climate change looks like. This starving polar bear was spotted by National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen on Somerset Island.
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As temperatures rise, and sea ice melts, polar bears lose access to the main staple of their diet—seals. Starving, and running out of energy, they are forced to wander into human settlements for any source of food. Feeding polar bears is illegal. Without finding another source of food, this bear likely only had a few more hours to live.

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