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  • Amazing nature: Natural swimmer

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    It's a water world and life couldn't survive without it. And thanks to it, a mind blowing diversity of creatures thrive beneath the surface. Born to enjoy the riches underwater they must master their body's adaptations, learn to find food, to escape danger and above all become expert swimmers! Whether it's in rivers, on beaches or in the deep ocean, all must overcome the obstacles and fulfil their destiny, all are born to swim!
    Of all the habitats on earth, the ocean is perhaps the most challenging. Here salt, temperatures, currents and predators can make life difficult; it's not an obvious place to want to bring up your babies… But even in these waters generation after generation beats the odds. They have overcome the challenges and become some of the most beautiful and graceful of creatures. But any baby born to swim has a lot to learn…
    All over the world there are creatures born to swim, and though humans are not, we seem determined to join them. Perhaps we are envious of their grace. Maybe we are all water babies at heart.

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  • 7 Most Beautiful Open Water Swimming Destinations

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    Fasten your seatbelts and join us on a journey to 7 of the world's most beautiful open water swimming spots!
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  • Swimming in Crystal Clear Mountain Springs near Los Cabos, Mexico ???????? 4K UltraHD

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    Discover the Crystal Clear Mountain Springs near Los Cabos, Mexico. Santa Rita Hot Springs is the hidden gem of Baja California Sur, highly recommended trip for people who don't necessarily need fancy restaurants, resorts and all that infrastructure - these hot and cold springs, located next to popular Canon de la Zorra near Santiago, are for people who love nature and freedom, getting away from it all, and respecting the natural beauty of the mountains and the desert. Discover extremely cool exotic views of Sierra de la Laguna mountains ????️, hot spring and cold spring. Santa Rita Hot Springs is not crowded at all, very beautiful, peaceful and relaxing - people skinny dip in the hot springs all the time. Definitely among the top things to do and is worth driving from Los Cabos, Los Barriles or La Paz.

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  • Single Swimming Sloth Looking for Love - Planet Earth II - BBC America

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  • Wildlife Laws: The Better Swimmer Wins | Free Documentary Nature

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    It's a water world and life couldn't survive without it. And thanks to it, a mind blowing diversity of creatures thrive beneath the surface. Born to enjoy the riches underwater they must master their body's adaptations, learn to find food, to escape danger and above all become expert swimmers! Whether it's in rivers, on beaches or in the deep ocean, all must overcome the obstacles and fulfil their destiny, all are born to swim!
    Of all the habitats on earth, the ocean is perhaps the most challenging. Here salt, temperatures, currents and predators can make life difficult; it's not an obvious place to want to bring up your babies… But even in these waters generation after generation beats the odds. They have overcome the challenges and become some of the most beautiful and graceful of creatures. But any baby born to swim has a lot to learn…
    All over the world there are creatures born to swim, and though humans are not, we seem determined to join them. Perhaps we are envious of their grace. Maybe we are all water babies at heart.

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  • Swimming With Giants 360

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    Earth’s oceans have been home to giant animals for hundreds of millions of years. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to swim with some of these giants? Don't miss this immersive experience at Unseen Oceans, open through August 19, 2019, at the American Museum of Natural History.


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    Dive into this video to virtually explore the world under the water and meet some of the oceans' biggest creatures. Then, continue your oceanic explorations in the special exhibition Unseen Oceans, open through August 19, 2019, at the American Museum of Natural History! Encounter mysterious animals, inhospitable habitats, and the researchers and technologies powering exploration today. Find out more:

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  • Wim Hof, The Iceman Cometh | HUMAN Limits

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    Superhuman Iceman Wim Hof is showing the world how to kick Mother Nature's butt, one deep breath at a time. #CoorsLight #ClimbOn #ad


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  • Regular People Get Tricked Into Olympic High Diving

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    We tried High Diving in honor of the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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  • Emperor Penguins Speed Launch Out of the Water | National Geographic

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  • Swimming Sloth Searches For Mate | Planet Earth II | BBC Earth

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    A pygmy three-toed sloth swims between mangroves on the island of Escudo on the hunt for a mate. Subscribe:

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  • Blue Planet: The Fascinating World Beneath the Waves | Free Documentary Nature

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    Blue Planet: The Fascinating World Beneath the Waves | Free Nature Documentary

    It's a water world and life couldn't survive without it. And thanks to it, a mind blowing diversity of creatures thrive beneath the surface. Born to enjoy the riches underwater they must master their body's adaptations, learn to find food, to escape danger and above all become expert swimmers! Whether it's in rivers, on beaches or in the deep ocean, all must overcome the obstacles and fulfil their destiny, all are born to swim!
    Of all the habitats on earth, the ocean is perhaps the most challenging. Here salt, temperatures, currents and predators can make life difficult; it's not an obvious place to want to bring up your babies… But even in these waters generation after generation beats the odds. They have overcome the challenges and become some of the most beautiful and graceful of creatures. But any baby born to swim has a lot to learn…

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  • ICE SWIM | Feeling the power from the cold

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    The winter is here again, and this time I wanted to prepare myself for this 6 cold months to come. This winter I want to feel the cold as a source of power, and not the opposite.
    I thought that taking a little swim in the ice cold water is the best way to start this winter, to really get into the very core of how cold feels like. Almost like a ritual. The ice swim become a symbol for not letting the cold take control of me.

    And it's a way of testing myself. It's a strange feeling to do something when my whole body tells me to not do it.

    This is something I will try to do regularly during this winter. Because taking a ice swim really has the most amazing effect on our body and mind. I have never, ever felt so full of live as the two times I have taken a swim in ice cold water. It's like giving your body a power start.

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    The world's top professional cliff divers challenged themselves in a thrilling competition on the fourth stage of the 2016 World Series at La Rochelle in France on Saturday (July 23).

    Britain's Gary Hunt produced a stunning comeback, including two of the hardest dives in the world.

    In front of an estimated 70,000 fans, 32-year-old Hunt rose from 12th place after two rounds with a front three somersaults with 4½ twists free.



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  • A Showy Dolphin Super-Pod | Destination WILD

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    A rare super-pod of white-sided dolphins show off their speed and agility.
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    Photographer Brian Skerry risks life and limb for portraits of terrifying — and alluring — squid.
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    You can find this blue water paradise is hidden in Arizona.

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  • Fishing Cat: The Cat That Hunts Underwater

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    Life in the mangroves of South Asia is difficult, but there's one creature in this swamp that's defying the odds, and our expectations at the same time. This is the Fishing Cat.
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  • USCG Helicopter Rescue Swimmer AST A School

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    Arguably the most widely recognized team of rescue-swimmer operators, the elite United States Coast Guard Aviation Survival Technician (AST)/Helicopter Rescue Swimmer team is called upon to respond in the most extreme rescue situations. High seas, medical evacuations, downed aviators, sinking vessels, and hurricanes are some of the deadly scenarios that Coast Guard rescue swimmers are trained to handle. The Coast Guard's team of ASTs is composed of about 350 active-duty members, and only 980 members have passed the training to become Helicopter Rescue Swimmers since the mid-1980s.

    AST A School in Elizabeth City, North Carolina lasts for 24 weeks, and includes intense physical fitness, long hours of pool fitness and instruction, extreme water-confidence drills, and classroom instruction. The Coast Guard rescue swimmer training program is very challenging and is one of the toughest U.S. military training courses. Reportedly, only 75–100 Coast Guard personnel attend the school each year. The attrition rate in some years has been as high as 80%, although the 10-year average is just over 54%. Prospective U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmers are physically conditioned to meet high physical fitness standards. About half of prospective candidates make it to AST A School. Upon graduation, candidates must attend seven weeks of training at the Coast Guard's Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) school in Petaluma, California, where ASTs become EMT qualified. Rescue swimmers at Coast Guard Air Station Sitka, Alaska, must maintain the EMT-Intermediate level of proficiency due to the remoteness of their operational area and the number of medical evacuations performed by that unit each year. Once stationed at a Coast Guard Air Station, apprentice ASTs must complete 6 months of qualification on their respective airframe before moving on to finish their rescue swimmer syllabus and becoming journeymen.

    The Coast Guard holds a one-week Advanced Helicopter Rescue School (AHRS, formerly known as Advanced Rescue Swimmer School) at Coast Guard Station Cape Disappointment, Washington, which is host to Air Force pararescuemen (PJs), Navy rescue swimmers, and foreign rescue departments as well. There, students learn the challenges of vertical-surface rescue, cliff operations, sea-cave traversing, and extreme-high-seas rescue. AHRS is considered the premier helicopter-rescue training school of its kind by most military and civilian rescue operators.




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  • Black Marlin: The Fastest Fish on the Planet | Ultimate Killers | BBC Earth

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    In terms of outright top speed, the black marlin is the fastest fish in the ocean capable of accelerating to an unbelievable 129km/h (80mph). Steve Leonard joins a conservation team who tag marlin to follow their movements and witnesses their incredible power. Subscribe:

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  • Marine Iguanas are like Baby Godzillas

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    Iguanas are one of the most amazing reptiles in the world, from their deep dives in the Galapagos, to high speed chases with snakes, to their third eye, the Iguana is deserving of the title.

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  • The hidden danger in the Great Lakes

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    Since 2010, more than 600 people have drowned in the Great Lakes. Jamie Racklyeft was almost one of them and he's determined to make sure others survive too.

  • Ocean Ramsey Encounters GIANT 20ft Great White Shark

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    On Jan. 15th 2019, Ocean Ramsey and her team encountered what is possibly the largest great white shark ever recorded. Read below for Ocean's statement about the event.

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    Press release: Great White Shark-OneOceanDiving
    Location: “Offshore Oahu”-We are not disclosing the location for public safety Size: Approximately 20ft Long X 8ft Wide

    Myself (Ocean Ramsey) and my team @OneOceanDiving /@OneOceanResearch: ** @JuanSharks (Juan Oliphant) @Mermaid_Kayleigh (Kayeligh Burns) and @Forrest_in_focus (Forrest Thomas) and @camgrantphotography (Cam Grant) headed out before sunrise to survey shark populations offshore Oahu.

    Shark populations around Hawaii are unfortunately declining and there are currently no laws to protect sharks from being killed for any reason other than banning killing only for their fins and even that law has many loop holes and hasn’t been upheld. We (@OneOceanDiving research team) study shark behavior and we teach people how to avoid adverse interactions. Our research and work aims to help reduce shark related fatalities and educate others on the importance of sharks. We have a program that runs daily off oahu to take people out to teach them about sharks and how to avoid a bite as well as their current conservation plight while we gather shark research data on behavior and abundance and specific individuals. The program is open to the public

    Today (Jan 15th) was extremely special because while I (Ocean Ramsey) work with (great) white sharks all around the world they are extremely rare in Hawaii and this individual may be one of the largest recorded and shows similar markings to “Deep Blue” a shark I’ve studied in Isla Guadalupe, Mexico where I’ve done most of my work with white sharks.

    This gentle giant swam up and brushed up against our boat repeatedly. There is a theory that large females come here when they are possibly pregnant trailing whales. There was a dead sperm whale in the area and we did observe her from a distance swimming over to it and eating it on a regular basis throughout the day. Sharks role in the ecosystem, to pick off the dead, dying, weak, wounded, sick, injured, etc. there by keeping lower trophic levels healthy and in balance.

    I have so much respect for sharks for their ecological role, scientifically, culturally in Hawaii as aumakua, and from a conservation standpoint I’ve dedicated my life to speaking up for them and educating others about them and their plight while studying to continue to understand more about them. We hope these images and videos will spark a movement for more laws to protect sharks here in Hawaii and around the world. Learn more at and our websites: and OneOceanDiving to experience sharks for yourself without the use of a cage in a safe/guided and very educational experience.

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  • The Fastest Fish On The Planet: Black Marlin | Ultimate Killers | BBC

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    This marlin can clock speeds of 80 mph. It's the fastest fish on the planet.
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  • Alpine Rivers: The Cradle of Life | Free Documentary Nature

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    Alpine Rivers: The Cradle if Life | Nature Documentary

    What would happen to the mountains without water? They would turn into deserts, devoid of life and vegetation. But there are very few mountains without water on our planet. They take care of this themselves, creating their life’s element and taking water directly from the sky by entrapping the clouds around them.

    This water then collects on the flanks of the mountains, where it turns from rivulets into rivers, that flow out into the oceans. Mountains and water are symbiotic, a cycle that keeps life on earth going. Mountain streams slowly move along meadows before, only moments later, turning into the spray of waterfalls or small mystic lakes. What kind of life can be found in and around this mysterious cosmos?

    We will investigate the world of the rare Danube salmon and be there to see the Danube bleak spawn. We will follow giant wels catfish into their hideouts, see great crested grebes on their underwater hunting. We go diving under the ice of frozen mountain streams and lakes, discovering life where none was thought possible.


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    These are my top 7 Most INCREDIBLE Places In NORWAY you wont believe exist. You need to see these places to believe they are real!!
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  • Adventure Ocean Quest: Discovering Another World | Special Episode | Free Documentary Nature

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    As much as 71% of Earth’s surface is covered by water, representing one of the last great frontiers on this planet. We literally have only scratched the surface of what lies beneath the waves. And even of the species we have found, we know relatively little.

    Perhaps the greatest challenge we face in exploring the oceans is to get close enough to marine life to observe undisturbed natural behaviour. This could allow newinsights into life in the oceans, but it is a tall order given the noise disturbance and clouds of bubbles emitted by most diving equipment.

    So some scientists have now turned to freediver Frederic Buyle: they want to exploit his noiseless and calm method of diving to approach even shy animals and find explanations to some of the mysteries of marine life. His abilities are remarkable: he can descend to depths exceeding 50 metres and stay there for up to 4 minutes on a single breath.

    Responding to calls for help from researchers, Frederic has teamed up with the renowned underwater cameraman Christian Petron. Christian’s vast experience includes working on Luc Besson’s cult-film “The Big Blue” and “Atlantis”, but Frederic’s attempts to freedive with predators like great white sharks test even Christian’s impressive skills.

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  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is | The Swim

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  • Experience the Underwater World Through the Eyes of a Free Diver | Short Film Showcase

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  • Bizarre animal appearances

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    Animals shock us with the most bizarre appearances - some even look like they've been dressing up. But the weird and wonderful shapes and colours of nature are vital to the animals' lives. Sometimes they're disguised to help blend in, other times they are designed to stand out and show off. But whether it's a monkey in make-up or a salamander's toxic stripes, the weird and wonderful outfits enable the creature to thrive.
    The obvious place to start exploring animal outfits is the colourful parrots. The birds dazzling hues are not all caused by pigment, but more a clever reflection of the light. Bright, vibrant plumage is very attractive to a bird of the opposite sex - it demonstrates that the wearer is in good health, but surprisingly the main function of their bold markings is camouflage.
    There is an alternative to blending in. Some animals use colourful costumes to make themselves stand out. In the case of bold and bright tree frogs and salamanders, it's to warn would be attackers of toxins in their skins.
    Intimidation can also be used in the mating game, when a male wants to make himself bigger and more intimidating to his competitors. Many birds flaunt elaborate plumage to make themselves look more dramatic. The king of courting costume though is the peacock. With a two metre tail span, covered in colourful, eyelike markings, he's hard to ignore. But while some creature costumes are easy to explain, others remain a mystery.
    Animals dressing up might seem colourful to us, but perhaps it's not so strange - there is no species that enjoys putting on a costume as much as we do!

  • South Georgia - Penguin Paradise of the South Atlantic | Free Documentary Nature

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    In the middle of the Antarctic Ocean, an entire mountain range arises from the water: South Georgia, the nursery of the Antarctic. Hundreds of thousands of penguins, elephant seals, fur seals and their young overcrowd the beaches. The rough weather and the extremely difficult access to the island cause filmmaking to be an endeavor requiring much of the film crew around Roland Gockel and Rosie Koch and the state of the art cameras. A lot of patience and sensitivity over a period spanning some five years now offers unknown and poignant insights into the life of the King Penguins on South Georgia Island.

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  • KIDS LEARN TO SWIM! Inspiration from Around the World! Kids and Baby Swim Lessons Underwater Routine

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  • Nature TV - A Whale Meditation - We Swim Together - shot in 4k by underwatercam

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    Singing with humpback whales: This is a beautiful 12 minutes video with humpback whales. it is scored with relaxing meditation music by our friend Dr. Uli Koop
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    Relax and meditate with the majestic singing humpback whales. This is a beautiful 12 minutes video with humpback whales. it is scored with relaxing meditation music by our friend Dr. Uli Koop and original whale songs.
    Humpback whales may sing not only to attract mates but to help explore the seas around them.
    The sound travels a thousan kilometers and more and helps probably to navigate the ocean and their migration corridors. But all this is specultion. It surely makes sense and is used to communicate, but it might have also multi purposes. We tend to simplify animal behavior and reduce it often to mating, feeding, reproduction etc. Do animals do anything for fun? When I see the young whales playing, I see joy in their behavior. Also the mother seems to enjoy the activity of their offspring. In one ofe the scenes in this film, you can see how the mother is pushing the baby close to the camera(man) ...me in this case and I almost see a smile on her face ....with a lot of phantasie ;O) Anyway, the encounter with this amazing animals almost make you cry with joy. The adults weight between 30-40 tons and the babies are born with a weight of around one ton - gaining between 80-90 kg per day. So a two month old baby whale has no problem to blow out your life with a tender kiss. But they are already so delicate and have so much body control tha t they almost never ever touch you ...even not by accident. We have done so much harm to them in all the centuries, but they must have forgiven us.
    We should learn the lesson they give to us - forgiveness !
    We don't have to save nature and the oceans, we simply have to save or take care of ourselves as we are nature. With every natural and wild habitat we destroy, we kill a part of us. By understanding this and by understanding the fact, that nature and the oceans and the planet are the base of our physical being, we understand destroying and harming the planet, is harming our body and soul and threatens our surviving as a species. We like to show more of natures beauty to create the feeling of aw, gratefulness and respect.
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  • The Best Whale Moments Captured on Film | Top 5 | BBC Earth

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  • Praying Mantises - Deadly Killers of the Insect World | Free Documentary Nature

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    They are killers! They kill with unbelievable precision. They fight Kung Fu style and are seen in Japan as a symbol of vigilance - the mantises. Their triangular head with its unique flexibility is conspicuous. Two overdimensioned eyes fixate the distance to their prey rapidly and three-dimensionally. The chest segment of the mantis is prolonged and equipped with spiny appendages that can spear their prey as fast as a jack knife. The mysterious aura that surrounds the praying mantis has a lot to do with the fact that they are rarely seen. They have adapted to their surroundings perfectly. No matter whether leaves, blossoms, tree bark, sandy floors or even orchids - the mantis blends in to all environments

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  • Red Sea Reefs: The World Beneath The Waves | Real Wild

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    Explore the deep waters of one of the biggest wonders on our planet, the Red Sea! Witness first hand many of the 1,200 different fish species that have made the naturally and artificially formed coral reefs their home beneath these mystical waters.

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  • Lobsters - Noble Knights of the Ocean | Free Documentary Nature

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    The knights of the deep are on the move; almost no part of their bodies is without armor! Like
    medieval warriors, these fighters are well armed – not with sword and shield, but with scissors and forceps and defensive armor that is covered with spikes and hooks. And even though they are well protected and possess an uncanny awareness of their surroundings, many of these proud knights will face a gloomy destiny.

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  • HYDROTHERAPY. Overcoming a life changing illness through wild swimming

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    Hydrotherapy is a story of adaptation, strength & re-wilding set in the raw and beautiful landscapes of Snowdonia National park. Laura has not only overcome a life changing illness through wild swimming, but has also found a greater connection to the natural world. This has ignited her mission to make a stand for the natural environment, and protect wild waters and wild spaces across the UK.

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  • BIOTOP Natural Pools - The BIOTOP Swimming-Pool

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    Pure Pleasure for Body and Soul: The BIOTOP Natural Pool.

    The sustainable use of the precious resource water has been a concern to BIOTOP since its establishment 30 years ago. Natural Pools provide crystal clear water without any use of chemicals. The natural pool, which is the image of a natural lake, provides a living space for people, animals and plants and creates the incomparable feeling of swimming in natural water.

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  • Swimming sloth - Planet Earth II: Islands Preview - BBC One

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  • Lens of Time: Secrets of Schooling | bioGraphic

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    Shimmering schools of fish have dazzled scientists for centuries with their synchronized maneuvers. Now, high-speed video is revealing how—and why—they do it.

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    Collective behavior is embodied in swarms of insects, flocks of birds, herds of antelope, and schools of fish. In each of these cases, individuals move through their environment and respond to threats and opportunities almost simultaneously, forming an undulating enclave that seems to operate as a single entity. Such coordinated movement requires the rapid and efficient transfer of information among individuals, but understanding exactly how this information spreads through the group has long eluded scientists. Studying this behavior in schools of fish has been incredibly challenging, because the cues that drive it occur at lightening speed, come from multiple directions and sources, and of course because all of it takes place underwater. Now, Iain Couzin and his colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology at the University of Konstanz, Germany are using new observation techniques and technologies—including high-speed video, motion-tracking software, and advanced statistical modeling—to reveal the mysterious mechanics of schooling fish. Their findings may shed light on the evolution and benefits of collective behavior across the animal kingdom.

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  • Baby monkey learns to swim and tries a high dive | Spy in the Wild - BBC

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  • Fascinating Hong Kong - metropolis by the sea

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    Hong Kong translated means fragrant harbour. The days of the spicy smoking ceremonies have passed, but MareTV has discovered many delightful contrasts between the metropolis and Mother Nature. In for-mer times, the rare eagle wood tree grew here. Its wood put the spice into the Taoist smoking ceremonies.

    The fragrant harbour: what sounds so charming is today a huge metropolis in the sea. No other tiny piece of land is more densely populated. Star Ferries have been commuting between the Kowloon Peninsula and central Hong Kong for the past 125 years. The British colonial masters are long gone, but on the ancient ferries, virtually nothing has changed. Most of the ships are still clad in British Racing Green and the crew still wears the old, decorative uniforms.

  • Lecture 5, Against Nature: Peter Paul Rubenss Hero and Leander

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    This painting is a showpiece of Rubens's youthful brilliance and ambition. To picture the climax of the story, he paints a fierce storm and invents a large supporting cast of sea nymphs. What did these famous lovers do wrong, and what did their fate say to the artist's audience?

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