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A Trip from Canada to Norway: The wild North | Free Documentary Nature

  • A Trip from Canada to Norway: The wild North | Free Documentary Nature

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    This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years' time.

    Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada's Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds.
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  • Norway: Land of Fjords, Islands and Vikings | Free Documentary Nature

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    This film shows Norway at its finest and most beautiful. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button on our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breathtaking country.

    The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate even to the north of the arctic circle. So agriculture and live-stock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers.

    At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.

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  • The Secrets of Wild Canada - Full Documentary

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    Spirit bears hold a prominent place in the oral traditions of the indigenous peoples of the area. They have also been featured in a National Geographic documentary.

    Scientists have found that black bears are not as effective at catching fish as white bears, as the white bears are less visible from the perspective of the fish. While at night, the two colours of bears have similar success rates at catching fish, such as salmon, during the day, the white bears are 30% more effective.

    The Kermode bear was named after Francis Kermode, former director of the Royal B.C. Museum,who researched the subspecies and was a colleague of William Hornaday, the zoologist who described it.

    A common mispronunciation of Kermode as ker-MOH-dee differs from the actual pronunciation of the Kermode surname, which originates on the Isle of Man and is properly pronounced KER-mode, which is the usual way to pronounce Kermode bear.

  • On Thin Ice - The Secrets of Nature

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    With predictions of polar bears being extinct in 50 years, On Thin Ice follows bears as they emerge from their dens and navigate their rapidly changing environment. On Thin Ice shows how the frozen expanses of the Arctic are shrinking at an unprecedented rate, with the very survival of the polar bear literally on thin ice.

    Over the last year, producer/presenter Greg Grainger has mounted a series of expeditions across the Arctic to document the plight of the polar bear.

    * Researcher Nick Lunn tranquillises polar bears from his helicopter, cataloguing the diminishing health of the Western Hudson Bay bear population and finding the remains of a bear thought to have died from starvation.

    * Close and wild encounters with rangers from the Polar Bear Alert team as they chase bears out of the township of Churchill, built in the middle of the bears’ migration route. Follow one family of bears that have to be darted after they attempt to break into a building food for food, while another bold bear becomes trapped inside a garbage truck.

    * Hungry bears and husky dogs fighting one another at an isolated weather station north of Norway.

    * Polar bears in the wild as they capture seals and devour whale carcasses.

    There is no more iconic symbol of strength and adaptation to survival than the polar bear.... an animal so superbly suited to its environment that it thrives in the most hostile corners of the planet – until now.

    On Thin Ice - A moving account of Polar bears struggling to survive as climate change melts their summer hunting ground - the Arctic sea ice.

  • The Swiss Alps: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    Gentle, green meadows, rugged rock faces, mysterious lakes, dense forests, tall mountains, low-lying river deltas, quietly meandering mountain streams and smack dab in the middle, a unique fauna - THIS is Switzerland! We trace the elementary power of nature and present animals and plants in landscapes that have hardly ever been touched by mankind. Switzerland is an alpine country, but it is also Europe's surge tank. Rivers such as the Rhine and the Rhone have their sources here. Glaciers, crevasses, icy cold caves and the underwater dome of the Verzasca are the unusual settings we chose for this film. We meet with rare, selected animal species and present their behavioural patterns, such as the Swiss or Arven jay, the lynx and albino catfish. Cold, wind, snow and extreme locations demand adaptation that make us marvel.

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  • Wolves | Hunters of the Winter - Nature Documentary Part 1 & Part 2

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    Wolves | Hunters of the Winter - Nature Documentary Part 1 & Part 2
    Introduction
    Wolves are one of the most successful predator species in the world. These iconic animals have been long sought-after residents of the EHR, and today, we are thrilled to bring them to theHunter finally. They are by far the most complex species in terms of AI and animation that we’ve ever introduced, and probably will ever introduce. The crown jewel of theHunter animal kingdom if you like. We can’t wait to hear what you think!

    Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. A lone wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal howls may send territorial messages from one package to another. Some howls are confrontational. Much like barking domestic dogs, wolves may simply begin howling because a nearby wolf has already begun.

    Population and Conservation

    Wolves are the most significant members of the dog family. Adaptable gray wolves are by far the most common and were once found all over the Northern Hemisphere. But wolves and humans have a long adversarial history. Though they rarely attack humans, wolves are considered one of the animal world's most fearsome natural villains. They do attack domestic animals, and countless wolves have been shot, trapped, and poisoned because of this tendency.

    In the lower 48 states, gray wolves were hunted to near extinction, though some populations survived, and others have since been reintroduced. Few gray wolves survive in Europe, though many live in Alaska, Canada, and Asia.

    Wolf Pack Behavior

    Wolves live and hunt in packs of around six to ten animals. They are known to roam vast distances, perhaps 12 miles in a single day. These social animals cooperate on their preferred prey—large animals such as deer, elk, and moose. When they are successful, wolves do not eat in moderation. A single animal can consume 20 pounds of meat at a sitting. Wolves also eat smaller mammals, birds, fish, lizards, snakes, and fruit.

    Wolfpacks are established according to a strict hierarchy, with a dominant male at the top and his mate not far behind. Usually, this male and female are the only animals of the pack to breed. All of a pack's adults help to care for young pups by bringing them food and watching them while others hunt.
    Wolves are highly social animals, which is the key to their success in the wild. This is reflected in theHunter using our new group behavior, new hunting behavior, and the calls they make.

    Behavior
    Pack Behavior
    A wolf pack in theHunter has a three-level hierarchy, which is visible in their unique animations. Each bag has one or two Alphas, a bunch of Betas making up the bulk of the group, as well as Omegas. Besides, there is always one lone wolf at the bottom of the hierarchy. When you pick up a howling call on your HunterMate, it will always be the Alpha of the pack.

    Chasing
    Wolves are top of the food chain predators, and they will be chasing some animals that get too close to them. So, next time you are stalking a group of Rocky Mountain Elk, decide to take a shot and raise your rifle, don't be baffled if you see the deer spooking and running away. A couple of moments later, you will surely see a pack of wolves running after them.

    Carcasses and Feeding
    Where there are wolves, you might come across bodies of dead animals that wolves usually prey on. Those carcasses are spawned randomly and act as bait sites, so don't be surprised when you see a group of hungry wolves nibbling on their downed prey, all according to their group hierarchy. Stay a minute and watch them while they are it, it is truly fascinating!

    It is possible to harvest these carcasses, but they will not occur in your hunting statistics.

  • A Trip from Canada to Norway: The wild North

    42:54

    This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years' time.
    Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada's Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds

  • Norway - The land of fjords

    50:50

    This film shows Norway at its best. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button of our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breathtaking country.

    The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate also above the arctic circle. So agriculture and live-stock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers.

    At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.

  • FLYING OVER NORWAY 1HR Ambient Drone Film + Music by Nature Relaxation™ for Stress Relief

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    NORWAY LOCATIONS SHOWN: Lofoten, Nustjord, Flakstad, Ramberg, Bidge to Torvoya, Ytresand Beach, Björnsand, Mærvollspollen, Unstad, Grunnførfjorden sandbanks, Henningsvær, Vikjorden, Lødingen, Rørvikstranda, Straumen. Filmed by Stefan Zimmerman on the DJI Phantom 4 Pro Drone.

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  • Couple Living alone in the Swedish wilderness

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    Tova and Mathias is living in a cabin in the Swedish wilderness. In this episode we give you a tour of our homestead. We show you how we live and the lay of the land, and of course you will meet the animals.

    Usually this is a vlog about our struggles and joys of living off the grid in the forests of Jämtland, Sweden.

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  • The Baltic Coast: Wild Animal Paradise | Free Documentary Nature

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    This documentary presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

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  • Life in Arctic Nature: Devon Island - Land of Ice || National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD 1080P

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    Life in Arctic Nature: Devon Island - Inuit hunters || National Geographic Documentary (English Subtitles)
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  • A JOURNEY THROUGH THE ARCTIC WORLD FROM CANADA TO NORWAY ???? Full Documentary ???? English HD 2020

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  • Watch Musk Ox Battle One of the Harshest Climates on the Planet | Short Film Showcase

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    High in the frozen Arctic, musk oxen have been roaming the tundra for thousands of years. Their long, shaggy hair makes them well-adapted to the frigid climate as they roam the tundra in search of roots, mosses, and lichens.
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  • Canadas Road to 150 | Northwest Territories – short documentary

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    To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, Matthew and Karla Bailey embarked on a nationwide road trip to discover the natural beauty of Canada and its regional attractions, as well as Canadians from all cultures and backgrounds.

    Pour célébrer le 150e anniversaire du Canada en 2017, Matthew et Karla Bailey ont entrepris un voyage à l’échelle nationale où ils ont découvert la beauté naturelle du Canada et ses attractions régionales ainsi que des Canadiens de toutes les cultures et de tous les horizons.

    Northwest Territories: With more than one million square kilometres of land area and a population of less than 50,000, the Northwest Territories is about as wild as it gets. It’s certainly not an easy area to visit, but for those who make the effort, there are incredible things to experience.

    Territoires du Nord-Ouest : Avec plus d’un million de kilomètres carrés de superficie et une population de moins de 50 000 habitants, les Territoires du Nord-Ouest sont un des endroits les plus sauvages du Canada. Ce n’est certainement pas une région facile à visiter, mais ceux qui font l’effort d’y aller peuvent vivre d’incroyables expériences.

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    Produced by/Produit par : Matthew Bailey, Karla Bailey, Justin Brunelle. Director/Réal. : Justin Brunelle.

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  • Eagles: The Kings of the Sky | Free Documentary Nature

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    Whether in Alaska or in the Dolomites, eagles are generally seen as Kings of the skies. This film devotes itself on the one hand to the bald eagle, the heraldic bird of the United States, and on the other, the Golden Eagle, Europe's largest predatory bird. Many bald eagles live in the Chilkoot State Park in Alaska's south. In fact, more than 400 pairs reside there for the entire year. With a wingspan of some 2.5 metres, they are amongst the largest of their species. The offspring have to leave the eyrie by September at the latest, as then, winter sets in.

    On clear, starry nights, one can experience the Northern Lights. There are certain places where especially many eagles group. 3000 to 4500 of them. Because, beneath the Chilkat ice blanket, chum salmon feel at home. The reason for this is the volcanic activity of the surrounding areas. Hot sources feed the different tributaries of the Chilkat. It is the fourth and final salmon migration of the year - nowhere else does this take place so late in the year.

    This combination of ice-free water and spawning fish facilitates the survival of many young eagles through their first winter. In the Dolomites, we observe a Golden Eagle couple and their offspring. The strategy of hunter and hunted is impressively documented. For the very first time we experience a groundhog's fight for survival, attempting to flee the eagles' eyrie at a height of 2000 meters, despite the fact this means confrontation with the eagle's offspring. Golden Eagles have virtually conquered the entire northern hemisphere. But the future hunting grounds of the young eagles belongs to the most beautiful: the Dolomites - as majestic as the Kings of the skies.

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  • The Baltic coast

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    This episode presents the natural beauty of the shifting sand dunes of the Curonian Spit, the romantic beaches of the Latvian Baltic Sea and the island worlds of Estonia. Time and again, this deserted and almost untouched nature fascinates. In the winter, ringed seals give birth to their young on the pack ice. In the spring, Konik wild horse stallions fight fierce battles amongst themselves, while colourful European rollers fly through the dune forests. Lynxes wander through the coastal forests and in the orchid meadows turncoats and hoopoes find more than enough food. On the islands around Saaremaa in Estonia, grey seals hunt for fish. They share the archipelago with Europe’s largest tern, the Caspian tern.

  • Wild Norway - Wildlife Documentary & Photography

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    The recent journey spent in Norway left me so many awesome feelings and memories. Wildlife and nature, still in wintertime, take the first place of what characterize Norway.
    Moving from Bergen to Narvik to Lofoten Islands by plane and by car, I had the opportunity to film and photograph some of the greatest scandinavian nature and wildlife moments. Mooses, otters, waxwings and Northern lights are just some of them. Hope you like what you will see.

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  • Above the Rocky Mountains - Banff in 4K Nature Relaxation™ Ambient Aerial Film + Music for Healing

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    BUY @ | WATCH ON-DEMAND (free, no watermark) @ | ABOUT: Captured in 4K Ultra High Definition, Above the Rocky Mountains showcases one of the world’s most famous mountain ranges from a rarely-before-seen aerial perspective, paired with healing music & subtle ambient nature sounds. For 70 minutes viewers will enjoy an incredibly relaxing aerial voyage filled with awe inspiring views of majestic mountaintops, hidden waterfalls, endless pine forests, and super-blue lakes & rivers from the iconic wilderness of the Rockies of Alberta, Canada - including Banff, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake, Peyto Lake, Bow Lake, Mistaya Canyon, & Icefield Parkway. Music by contributor The Cynic Project in addition to a song by Fade and Dominic Stone. | MORE INFO:

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  • The Wonderful Wildlife of Sardinia | Free Documentary Nature

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    The Wonderful Wildlife of Sardinia | Free Nature Documentary

    Sardinia has always been the epitome of pure wilderness, an emerald of volcanic origin in the Mediterranean. 1900 meters of coastline and an infinite maze of offshore islands. But Sardinia also has other facets: green valleys, rugged mountains, murmuring brooks, mysterious ruins and a unique fauna.

    Just off of Sardinia's coast is an untouched underwater paradise - uniquely beautiful, but also dangerous. Pilot whales, dolphins and mobula rays populate the waters at Capo Testa in the north of the island. In the west, the lagoons of Cabras represent a wild landscape of lakes in which thousands of flamingos live and hunt the red brine shrimps. In addition to the flamingos, grey and purple herons and little egrets breed here. Thousands of bats have found refuge in the craggy mountain world of the Supramonte and Gennargentu, with their countless grottoes and caves.

    In the sea we can observe the mass mating of sea slugs, and thanks to our camera robots and submersible boats we were able to observe beard worms with luminous red gills, as well as bright yellow tree corals in the area surrounding the hypothermal lava holes.
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  • Moose: The Giants of Swedens Forests | Free Documentary Nature

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    Moose are an iconic species and of great importance to Sweden. That is why the country counts on a very special expert - the moose detective. Recently, a problem has developed on Öland regarding its moose. For a few years now on the island, the moose calves have been dying shortly after birth. It's a mystery. Every effort is made to save them. The island has called upon the moose detective to investigate. He follows several leads. Soon one of the suspects is identified - climate change.

    But it is not easy to convict the culprit. There are other suspects as well, the food shortage for example. Maybe they have joined hands as accomplices.

    In Sweden moose are very important. They are game and a magnet for tourists, but they also present a huge danger to traffic and the forestry itself. Equipped with a full team and a lot of high tech devices Fredrik investigates into the habits of moose to protect the population and to keep the potential of conflicts between moose and men as small as possible, all the way from the arctic circle to the island of Öland in southern Sweden. The award winning filmmaker Heiko De Groot tells a crime story with strong and emotional pictures. The scientist becomes a detective who follows his leads and leans from a helicopter with his dart gun like James Bond. It is a thrilling story about the king of the forest.
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  • 6 days solo bushcraft - canvas lavvu, bow drill, spoon carving, Finnish axe

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    6 days alone on the west coast of Denmark - two camps in the forest and one in the open land. Open the full video description for more information.

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    Location: Denmark - previous viking country. West coast of Jutland - sand, big sea, spruce and pine forrest. Some of the most remote in Denmark, but a lot of people in Denmark so limited how remote it can get. A lot of birds and deer. No bears only a few wolves - nothing dangerous for campers. If you want to do the same in Denmark do you need to be the owner or get the owners permission.

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    Consuming: Water, spruce and pine tea, hot chocolate. Chicken and cow.

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    2. How does the meat not spoil?
    It is the cold season. I do nothing, just keep it in the backpack. Most meat stay safe to eat for at least a week here doing the cold season.

    3. Who is recording?
    I am alone and just recording myself. One camera on a tripod I move around and 10 spare camera batteries.

    4. How heavy is the backpack?
    About 25 kilos including the food and camera gear.

    5. What kind of stick did you use to make fire?
    Ferro rod.

    6. What about predators?
    No problem, nobody need to take any precautions here. No bears, only a few wolfs. You can risk that a fox or a bird take your food - but haven't happened to me yet on this location.

    7. What knife and axe are you using?
    Homemade puukko knife, mora 106 carving knife, unknown finnish collared axe, homemade carving axe.

    8. Who made the sweater?
    Unknown, just from a local thrift shop.

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    5. Carving tools = homemade axe, mora 106, Pfeil 8L 25mm and 7A 25mm
    6. Boots = made by Redback original boots
    7. Tent = polish puncho army lavvu
    8. Backpack = made by Fjallraven Kajka 65L
    9. Sharpening stone = made by Gransfors Bruks

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  • ALIVE | Canada 4K

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    I travelled 5500 km in six weeks exploring the vast landscapes of British Columbia and Alberta in Canada, always looking to place my camera gear in the most beautiful sceneries possible.

    With 54.000 single photos shot along the way I created ALIVE - a timelapse film which takes you on a vivid journey through wild forests, along the shores of crystal lakes and up the hills of massive mountains.

    By making this project, I want to raise awareness of our wonderful planet earth which we have the privilege to be part of. That’s why we have to take responsibility for it - for the place where we are alive.

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  • THE WILD NORTH: MUSKOX & ARCTIC FOX || Norway Nature Documentary

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    DOVREFJELL is a place where you can find real inhabitants of THE WILD NORTH like the mighty MUSKOX or the cunning ARCTIC FOX. In this short documentary you can join a wildlife photographer into the mountains to see the beauty of Norway 's Wildlife. The days are warm, which forces Reindeer and Muskoxen to rest on the snow or in the rare shade of a midday in the mountains. When the shadows move, so do the reindeer with long leaps of their legs. The Muskox has lived on Dovrefjell in acient times and has only recently made his return by reintroduction from Greenland, twice. The story of the Arctic Fox is another one, but also of extinction and rehabilitation. Exterminated in the nineties, the fox has been broad back through breeding in sanctuaries and slowly reestablished in the wild of these mountains. May time show if the precious ecosystem that has found its place here, survives the threats of the years to come.
    This is my first try on doing an amateur Nature Documentary as a Wildlife Photographer. I thank you so much for watching and look forward to get some feedback to make the next one better! As always, thanks for tuning in!

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  • Animals: The first ever Civil Engineers | Free Documentary Nature

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    Everyone needs a place to live, but some aren't happy with the great outdoors, they look for some home comforts - they use extraordinary specialist building skills to construct the perfect home. Homes have many uses. They can prove a bolthole to escape predators, a safe nursery in which to raise young, a food store and a shelter from bad weather.

    Animals of many shapes and sizes build their own homes. Perhaps the biggest construction projects are those undertaken by ants. Hundreds of thousands work together to construct their home.
    Small mammals are expert diggers. Meerkats and hamsters both excavate elaborate tunnels where they can stay out of harm's way and raise their young, though the hamster likes to work alone while the meerkats prefer to have the company of an entire clan.

    When it comes to making a nursery, it’s birds who steal the show. In just a few days they can construct a basket of twigs - a nest that can support their growing family and keep them out of harm's way.
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  • Best Wild Life Documentary : Salmon

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    Best Wild Life Documentary : Salmon

    Salmon is the common name for several species of ray-finned fish in the family Salmonidae. Other fish in the same family include trout, char, grayling and whitefish. Salmon are native to tributaries of the North Atlantic (genus Salmo) and Pacific Ocean (genus Oncorhynchus). Many species of salmon have been introduced into non-native environments such as the Great Lakes of North America and Patagonia in South America. Salmon are intensively farmed in many parts of the world.

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  • The most beautiful landscapes of the world

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    This collection of short films takes the audience on an eye candy trip around the world.
    The flight around the globe begins with a visit to the ice bears in the Wapusk National Park in Northern Canada. Empathetic footage of newborn ice bears is succeeded by images of turquoise-coloured water cascades in the world famous Croatian National Park at the Plitvica Lakes. In Ethiopia, the so-called bleeding heart monkeys, or Geladas, give us insights into their lives in the pack on the high plateaus of the Simien National Park.
    From her, it's off way down to the Earth's south and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The 1500 species of fish, 350 stone coral and 80 soft coral types are all endangered by acute coral bleaching. Before long, these images may only exist on film.
    Now, the viewer is taken from this colourful and gigantic, subterranean massif to the kingdom of the stone giants: in the Alps. The fascination of mountain sculptures continues at China's Li River. The stars here however are the cormorants that have been trained to fish for humans. Off the coasts of South Africa, fishing looks completely different, when millions of sardines fall victim to predatory fish, including dolphins and sharks and even Cape gannets.

  • Most Dangerous mountain roads In The World, Heavy Equipment Truck Skill Driving 2019, Dangerous trip

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    Most Dangerous mountain roads In The World, Heavy Equipment Truck Skill Driving 2019, Dangerous trip

  • Better brain health | DW Documentary

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    Chocolate reduces stress. Fish stimulates the brain. Is there any truth to such popular beliefs? The findings of researchers around the world say yes: It appears we really are what we eat.

    A study in a British prison found that inmates who took vitamin supplements were less prone to violent behavior. And in Germany, a psychologist at the University of Lübeck has shown that social behavior is influenced by the ingredients consumed at breakfast. But what really happens in the brain when we opt for honey instead of jam, and fish rather than sausage? Scientists around the world are trying to find out. Neuro-nutrition is the name of an interdisciplinary research field that investigates the impact of nutrition on brain health. Experiments on rats and flies offer new insight into the effects of our eating habits. When laboratory rats are fed a diet of junk food, the result is not just obesity. The menu also has a direct influence on their memory performance. The role of the intestinal flora has been known for some time, but scientists are currently discovering other relationships. So-called brain food for example: The Mediterranean diet that’s based on vegetables and fish is said to provide the best nutrition for small grey cells. Omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in fish, for example, protect the nerve cells and are indispensable for the development of the brain - because the brain is also what it eats!

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  • Animals building skills

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    Everyone needs a place to live, but some aren't happy with the great outdoors, they look for some home comforts - they use extraordinary specialist building skills to construct the perfect home. Homes have many uses. They can prove a bolthole to escape predators, a safe nursery in which to raise young, a food store and a shelter from bad weather.
    Animals of many shapes and sizes build their own homes. Perhaps the biggest construction projects are those undertaken by ants. Hundreds of thousands work together to construct their home.
    Small mammals are expert diggers. Meerkats and hamsters both excavate elaborate tunnels where they can stay out of harm's way and raise their young, though the hamster likes to work alone while the meerkats prefer to have the company of an entire clan.
    When it comes to making a nursery, it’s birds who steal the show. In just a few days they can construct a basket of twigs - a nest that can support their growing family and keep them out of harm's way.
    There is one other good builder in the animal kingdom - us. Did we learn our skills from the animal home builders?

  • Traveling Iran by train | DW Documentary

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    Iran is opening its doors to foreigners and a train ride from the Persian Gulf to the Caspian Sea is a great way to get to know the country and its people.

    The travel restrictions that are now being lifted were in place for decades. Many Iranians are hoping they will now be able to lead a freer life – and we meet many of these hospitable and welcoming people on our journey through the Middle Eastern nation.

    The country’s most important rail link, the Trans-Iranian Railway, runs for approximately 1400 kilometers from the Persian Gulf via Teheran to the Caspian Sea. The journey starts in Khorramshahr on the Shatt al-Arab, the river border between Iraq and Iran.

    Traveling past oil fields, the train reaches Shushtar. One of the top sights here is the historic hydraulic system, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, the train heads up into the Zagros Mountains. The journey is interrupted by a break for prayer. Breath-taking landscapes move past the train window until we reach the highest point not only of our journey but of the entire rail network: 2,200 meters above sea level between Dorud and Arak.

    During a brief stop in Qom, travelers can refuel with sohan, a pastry made of wheat germ, flour and sugar. The next section of the track is high-speed and we continue on to Teheran at 160 km/h. The metropolitan area is home to more than 15 million people. The last leg takes us to the north of the country.

    In the Alborz Mountains, we find out what role the Trans-Iranian Railway played during Stalin’s major offensive against the German army in World War II. Our oriental rail adventure ends in Bandar-e Torkaman on the Caspian Sea.
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  • OFFICIAL - Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in wintertime

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    Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is a unique vacation destination located in Finnish Lapland, 250 km / 155 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Our accommodation offering includes our world-famous glass igloos as well as premium kelo-glass igloos, snow igloos and cozy log cabins. We are one of the best places in the world to view the northern lights, with the season lasting eight months, from the end of August until the end of April.

  • Wolves vs Herd of Muskox | Snow Wolf Family And Me | BBC Earth

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    Gordon finds himself in the dangerous position of being trapped between the wolves and their prey, a herd of Muskox. Taken from Snow Wolf Family And Me. Subscribe:

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  • West England

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    Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Check your local public television station for this Rick Steves’ Europe episode or watch it on The quintessence of charming England is the “West Country”: quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs; Wells, England’s smallest cathedral town; and the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur. We'll finish by pondering the dramatic prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury.

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  • ►Track of the Tuna

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    For over 4000 years fishermen have been catching tuna during their migration through the Mediterranean. During the antiquity they were hailed as the manna of the oceans. We take a look at the long journey of the tuna to its mating grounds and witness their struggles including massive amounts of hunters and the strong presence of fishing boats.


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  • 75 000 h.p. The Biggest Nuclear Icebreaker 75 000 л.с. Атомный Ледокол Ямал

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    This video was shot in the Arctic Ocean in March 2018. For 7 days our crew passed through the Barents Sea to Karsky around the Novaya Zemlya archipelago on the nuclear icebreaker Yamal - we saw the northern lights and polar bears, watched the ships stuck in the ice being towed, and were very cold.

    In the video you can see two Russian icebreakers - “50 Years of Victory” and “Yamal” with a capacity of 75,000 horsepower and a distinctive shark mouth, which appeared on it in 1994 during one of the children's humanitarian programs. According to legend, someone suggested drawing a smiling shark mouth on the nose to make it more fun for children. At present, Russia has the only nuclear-powered icebreaker fleet in the world. They are used to provide wiring ships in the ices of the Northern Sea Route in the freezing ports of the Russian Federation, research expeditions, rescue operations and tourist cruises.

    In addition to the extreme weather conditions, the shooting was complicated by the fact that the icebreaker was always in motion. And if the drone was flying over the radar tower, the recording file was damaged.

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    Это видео было снято в Северном Ледовитом океане в марте 2018 года. За 7 дней съемочная группа прошла через Баренцево море в Карское вокруг архипелага Новая Земля на атомном ледоколе «Ямал»— мы видели северное сияние и белых медведей, понаблюдали за тем, как буксируют застрявшие во льду суда, и очень замерзли.

    В ролике можно увидеть два российских ледокола — «50 лет Победы» и «Ямал» с мощностью 75000 лошадиных сил и отличительной акульей пастью, которая появилась на нем в 1994 году во время одной из детских гуманитарных программ. По легенде, кто-то предложил нарисовать на носовой части улыбающуюся акулью пасть, чтобы детям было веселее. В настоящее время Россия обладает единственным в мире флотом из атомных ледоколов. Их используют для обеспечения проводки судов в акватории Северного морского пути в замерзающие порты РФ, научно-исследовательских экспедиций, аварийно-спасательных операций и туристических круизов.

    Помимо экстремальных погодных условий съемки осложнялись тем, что ледокол все время находился в движении. А если квадрокоптер DJI Inspire 2 пролетал над радиолокационной вышкой, то файл с записью повреждался.

  • Hear the Otherworldly Sounds of Skating on Thin Ice | National Geographic

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    This small lake outside Stockholm, Sweden, emits otherworldly sounds as Mårten Ajne skates over its precariously thin, black ice. “Wild ice skating,” or “Nordic skating,” is both an art and a science. A skater seeks out the thinnest, most pristine black ice possible—both for its smoothness, and for its high-pitched, laser-like sounds.
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    Black ice is recently frozen, and can be as thin as 2 inches and still support the weight of a skater. Like a dome or arch, the support comes from the sides rather than the top, and the water underneath prevents the ice from breaking. But, experience and careful advance planning are key. Factors including temperature, atmospheric conditions, and even satellite images of the Earth’s surface are considered. It’s complicated, but appealing to mathematicians like Ajne. Even with preparation, there’s a risk of falling in… So it’s best done in groups, for safety.

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  • The Akha tribe in Laos: Between tradition and modernity | DW Documentary

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    The Akha in Laos live almost untouched by modern civilization. They still adhere to their archaic customs. But they are on the verge of upheaval.

    Cut off from the rest of the world, without a paved road, the village of Peryensang Mai has remained almost untouched by modern civilization to this day. Its inhabitants are from the Akha tribe, and they seem to live in a different time: Their language isn’t even written down; their everyday life is defined by the laws and rituals handed down from their ancestors such as animal sacrifices to ward off bad luck. This adherence to customs that are often quite brutal endows the Akha’s lives with stability and direction. The women of the village have a particularly busy life. Because the Akha are largely self-sufficient, their tasks range from agriculture to housework and making traditional clothing. This documentary tells the story of the Laovan family. Mother Yeapheun has always had to work hard to support her large family. Her husband is the village elder and ensures the Akha observe the strict laws and commandments. The couple and their eldest children cannot imagine life beyond the mountaintop, so the family is pinning its hopes on youngest son Kienglom, who has been going to school in a nearby town since he was eleven years old. Like many mountain tribes in Laos, the Akha are facing a difficult choice: between a move down into the valley, which would mean they would have electricity, running water and better medical care - but also abandoning their ancient rituals. The film takes the viewer on an emotional journey of discovery to a tribe torn between tradition and modernity and facing the need to reinvent itself in today's world.

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    The family of the jellyfish or medusae are not only the most venomous ocean inhabitants but also some of the deepest divers. Medusae have been found as deep as 8.300 meters. Their existence is paramount to the oceans. Many of the large migrations of fish and mammals would not be possible without the existence of jellies. They are a crucial part of the food chain, many fish feed on jellies and in turn mammals or larger migratory predators feed on fish.The scientist Gerhard Jarms of the Zoological Institute of the University of Hamburg takes us on a journey into the exotic world of jellyfish. He is one of the most renowned medusae scientists in the world. Our expedition begins in the northern Atlantic where we will find the mysterious periphylla. We will continue on to the Azores in the Atlantic. There we will search for the XY jellies that seek shelter in caves in rough seas.
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  • Exploring the Arctic for Kids: Arctic Animals and Climates for Children - FreeSchool

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    The Arctic is an amazing place! You probably know that it is a very cold, icy place, home to polar bears, whales, and walrus, but there is more to the Arctic than that! The Northern Lights dance in the sky during long winters when the sun does not rise. In the summer, plants grow and animals flourish on the treeless Arctic tundra. Would you like to see puffins, humpback whales, polar bears, walrus, and more? Watch this video all about the Arctic!

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  • Fall Colors of North Cascades National Park - 4K Relaxation Video with Nature Sounds - Part #2

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  • A Day Living Off Grid In A Cabin In The Woods

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    I have been doing this project for a few years now and never really made a video about what a typical day is like. i think most will be quite surprised how normal it is. sometimes we do less work and more relaxing and sometimes we work from light till dark. I work 7 days a week on one thing or another but i prefer to refer to it as living because work isnt the right term really. i hoped to get more footage of my activities doing jobs around the place but it was a miserable day and my camera was getting wet and i didn't want to get lime on it as i was lime plastering. Please be kind to us in the comments. we have invited you in to our home for the day so please be polite guests.

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