The 5 Best Animal Videos You May Have Missed This Month

From seahorses giving birth to kinky spiders that tie up their mates, National Geographic captured some intriguing moments of nature in March.

Trapped in cubicleland in downtown Washington, D.C., watching animal videos is my main conduit to the natural world.

As National Geographic's digital animals editor, it's also my job. I'm always on the lookout for the most bizarre, exciting, and exclusive moments from the wild, from a mother owl taking on a snake (and winning) to a genet riding a rhino. (See the top ten viral animal videos of 2015.)

And thanks to the proliferation and popularity of smartphones and affordable video cameras, there are more new recordings of natural phenomena than ever before—some never previously documented. 

March brought some fascinating new insights into our planet, from "bondage spiders" that tie up their mates to the world's biggest animal getting even bigger.

Keep scrolling to watch some of National Geographic's most-watched videos on Facebook this month.

Watch a Seahorse Give Birth to 2,000 Babies Male seahorses possess the remarkable ability to give birth to thousands of babies at once.
The World's Biggest Animal May Be Getting Bigger Are blue whales, already weighing up to 200 tons, getting even bigger?
Spiders Tie Up Their Lovers to Avoid Getting Eaten Watch: Female nursery web spiders try to kill and eat their mates after sex—but males are one step ahead.
Puppies: Little-Known Facts About Man's Best Friend Did you know a one-year-old puppy has the same physical maturity of a 15-year-old human? Watch to learn more about these beloved animals.
How Do Dolphins Stay Awake For So Long? Dolphins can stay awake for two weeks straight. What's their secret?