Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles The rhythm and motion of the natural world. Birds chirping, insects buzzing, spiders weaving, farm animals grazing, together, a tapestry of flora and fauna. But then a sudden disruption in the cosmos. A solar eclipse. As the moon blocks out the sun, the earth suddenly grows darker and cooler, and the animal kingdom reacts. According to researchers, birds stopped singing and cower in their nests. They get quiet, but the bees get louder. A restless buzzing emanates from their hives as they quickly fly in and out. On the farm, chickens and cows returned to the barn. They believe night has come early and anxiously seek the safety of their shelters. For nocturnal animals, the eclipse is an alarm clock. Bats and owls become more alert and come out to feed. It lasts for just minutes. But then, almost as quickly as it came, the eclipse passes and daylight returns. Confused and apprehensive creatures pierced the eerie quiet with an explosion of sound, welcoming the sun back to the sky.