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Canary Islands - Part I: Life at the Limit - The Secrets of Nature

  • Canary Islands - Part I: Life at the Limit - The Secrets of Nature


    Wind and water transported pioneer seeds, insects and animals to the isolated islands. They created the diversity and distribution of life here, with microclimates like the world’s only surviving temperate cloud forests. Animals and plants evolved unique features to survive in these lands. The result is startling encounters with eccentric birds and with majestic whales!

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  • Canary Islands - Part II: The World of the Fire Mountains - The Secrets of Nature


    Part II: The World of the Fire Mountains highlights what it takes to survive in an unforgiving habitat, focusing on the fragile balance of life on the edge, in raw landscapes of spectacular beauty. Here, one lizard was saved from extinction by baby seagulls!

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  • Iceland, the Newborn Island - The Secrets of Nature


    The arctic fox, the only autonomous land mammal in Iceland, is one of the species that has been able to adapt to the hard living conditions on this island. A territory that was born from the fire in the heart of the Earth where life has sprouted in the most astonishing way. The fox will guide us through the island’s great biodiversity.

  • Forest of Fantasies - The Secrets of Nature


    On Christmas Eve, they say, the animals can talk. Peter Rosegger, one of Austria’s greatest writers, turned this legend into a magical short story about his own childhood in Styria’s Alpine uplands. It’s one of Austria’s most fascinating landscapes: deep, dark forests flanked by steep mountain ridges, gentle meadows reaching up to exposed summits: in limitless shades of just one color: green. Trudging through the snow to join his family for the Christmas Eve service in the valley below, tenyear-old Peter comes face to face with a young fawn in the twilight, and wonders what it could tell about growing up in the forest, with the other animals, through the seasons. This film captures the essence of Rosegger’s story and the subtle and dramatic changes of the Styrian forest throughout the year.

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  • Sun-Seeking Creatures - A Mediterranean World - The Secrets of Nature


    The Danube, one of the most remarkable rivers in Europe, contains many secrets. Not just underwater, but also along its course through Austria. In one small section of in Lower Austria the body of water has an infl uence on the surrounding landscape, which has even formed its own microclimate. One speaks of so-called heat islands with temperatures that reach nearly Mediterranean levels. Human beings have created a cultural landscape oriented to viticulture over a period of millennia. This is because the warm loess and clay soil promotes the flourishing of grapevines. However, not only crop plants grow there: since primeval times, flora and fauna have settled here that have no rival in Europe. They are all species that live on the slopes of the Danube mainly due to the mild temperatures, and which are often found nowhere else. This documentary follows in the tracks of the widest variety of creatures in the Mediterranean section of the Danube. Among others, the largest lizar, the largest snake in Central Europe, the western green lizard and the Aesculapian snake will be encountered; the audience is invited to take part in the family life of ground squirrels, learn that the heat islands even have their own local species of scorpion, and encounter the praying mantis, the saga pedo or the wasp spider. However, not only the animal kingdom is fascinating. Many fi eld orchids, which are threatened with extinction almost everywhere else, find a final refuge on the slopes of the Wachau Valley. The most colourful European bird, the bee-eater, still broods here in the last remaining colonies. The entire region was named a World Natural and Cultural Heritage Site in 2000.

  • Great Smoky Mountains - Staggering Biodiversity in Americas most visited National Park


    Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an American national park in the southeastern United States, with parts in Tennessee and North Carolina. The park straddles the ridgeline of the Great Smoky Mountains, part of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which are a division of the larger Appalachian Mountain chain. The park contains some of the highest mountains in eastern North America, including Clingmans Dome, Mount Guyot, and Mount Le Conte. The border between the two states runs northeast to southwest through the center of the park. The Appalachian Trail passes through the center of the park on its route from Georgia to Maine. With 12.5 million visitors in 2019, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in the United States.

    The park is almost 95 percent forested, and almost 36 percent of it, 187,000 acres (76,000 ha), is estimated by the Park Service to be old growth forest with many trees that predate European settlement of the area. It is one of the largest blocks of deciduous, temperate, old growth forest in North America.

    The variety of elevations, the abundant rainfall, and the presence of old growth forests give the park an unusual richness of biota. About 19,000 species of organisms are known to live in the park, and estimates as high as an additional 100,000 undocumented species may also be present.
    Park officials count more than 200 species of birds, 50 species of fish, 39 species of reptiles, and 43 species of amphibians, including many lungless salamanders. The park has a noteworthy black bear population, numbering about 1,500.[38] Elk (wapiti) were reintroduced to the park in 2001. Elk are most abundant in the Cataloochee area in the southeastern section of the park.

    It is also home to species of mammals such as the raccoon, bobcat, two species of fox, river otter, woodchuck, beaver, two species of squirrel, opossum, coyote, white-tailed deer, chipmunk, two species of skunk, and various species of bats.

    Over 100 species of trees grow in the park. The lower region forests are dominated by deciduous leafy trees. At higher altitudes, deciduous forests give way to coniferous trees like Fraser fir. In addition, the park has over 1,400 flowering plant species and over 4,000 species of non-flowering plants.

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  • Birds of Passage - A Secret Journey Through the Skies | Free Documentary Nature


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    For the first time ever, explore unprecedented migratory travels! Every year, millions of migratory birds make their epic journey across Europe. Heading south in the fall, north in the spring, recently there have been fewer birds in our skies. Some species have even vanished entirely. What could be discouraging them from flying over our lands?


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  • Elephants - The Whole Story 1/13 - The Secrets of Nature


    Elephants are not only the largest land mammals on Earth. They are also among the most endearing: an irresistible mix of intelligence, dexterity and shear power.

    Comprised of over 100,000 individual muscles, the elephant’s trunk is the world’s most versatile nose. At various times it functions as hand, weapon, drinking straw, vacuum cleaner, snorkel and eating utensil. Combine this with a pair of tusks which are, in fact, the world’s longest teeth and the elephant presents an extremely formidable face.

    These powerful pachyderms are able to adapt to almost any African habitat. In the Kunene desert, they trek for days in search of precious water to drink. In the rainforest of Ghana, the smaller, more agile elephants face different challenges. In rarely captured footage, the forest elephants are seen spraying themselves with half-chewed food and saliva to cool down.

    Wherever they find themselves, elephants are fiercely familial. They travel in herds and keep in touch with each other using 30 different long-distance, low-frequency calls. This way, group members can call home from over 8 kilometers away.

    Science has only recently revealed a rare new elephant ailment known as ‘floppy trunk syndrome’. Thought to be a new type of virus or the result of eating toxic introduced plants, the result is that the animal loses all control of its trunk. There is no recovery and, unable to feed properly, there is little hope of survival.

    With stunning visuals, the latest scientific research and rare elephant behavior, we tell The Whole Story on Africa’s great grey giants.

  • The Stone Age Tribe on a Banned Island You Cant Visit


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  • Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Free Documentary Nature


    Northern Woods - A Tribute to the Ancient Forests of the North | Nature Documentary

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    Northern Woods is a homage and a cultural-historical consideration at the same time. The film portrays the German/Northern European forest and shows its development from primeval to intensively managed forest. It was once inhabited by wild animals such as wolves, bears, eagles, deer and musk ox. Its cultivation was carried out by Celts and Teutons. Today the forest is often a victim of environmental degradation and overexploitation.


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  • Uncharted - The Beautiful World of the Amazon | Free Documentary Nature


    Uncharted - The Beautiful World of the Amazon | Nature Documentary

    Deep in the uncharted jungles of Peru, a silky anteater is fighting to stay awake, turtles are battling for sunbathing space and a mother humming bird is working overtime to provide for her newly hatched chick. The rainforest is about to enter a time of turmoil; dark clouds signify the arrival of the rains where violent storms wreak havoc through the forest, rivers burst and flash floods force strange creatures from their hiding places. Through millions of years of evolution the rainforests animals have developed bizarre relationships and unexpected strategies to overcome these challenging conditions. Yet despite all their ingenuity, they were never prepared for the arrival of a new species on the scene.


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  • Magical Moors - A Mysterious World Full of Life | Free Documentary Nature


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    Eerie and menacing, yet hauntingly beautiful and highly evocative. The rugged Moor landscape has long fuelled our imagination, inspiring artists and poets, evoking images both terrifying and deeply romantic. It’s a land of contrasts. Wide open heaths, windswept and barren in winter, are transformed into wonderful carpets of white, fluffy cotton grass in summer. Large bears and wolves roam alongside delicately fluttering butterflies, the bubbling calls of black grouse and the enchanting trills of the great snipe.

    Moors, bogs and wetlands can be found all over in Europe. Everyone has at least heard about this habitat but most know little about it. Only 1% of the Middle European wetlands are still untouched. A gigantic amount of carbohydrate is stored inside these wetlands. But knowing about this fact does not stop their destruction. Climate change and global warming are on everyone’s mind – stopping the destruction of moors and wetlands would be one great step towards the reduction of greenhouse gases.
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  • Lake Constance - Wilderness on the Water


    No other European destination has as many incoming and out-going flights as Lake Constance: it's the main hub for migratory birds in Western Europe. Over 300 different species pass through every year: that's more than a quarter of a million birds. Lake Constance is so large that, standing on one shore, the Earth's curvature prevents you seeing the opposite bank.

  • Canadas White Wolves: Ghosts Of The Arctic | 4K Wildlife Documentary | Real Wild


    At Canada's northernmost edge lies a remote and barren wilderness: Ellesmere Island. There, a family of Arctic wolves is raising a litter of pups within an unforgiving environment. This stunning 4K documentary transports viewers to one of the far corners of Planet Earth for an intimate look at the relationships and the highly choreographed social and hunting rituals that allow the pack to survive.

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  • Wild Pacific - The Beauty of Life


    The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest of Earth's oceanic divisions. It extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean (or, depending on definition, to Antarctica) in the south and is bounded by the continents of Asia and Australia in the west and the Americas in the east.

    At 165,250,000 square kilometers (63,800,000 square miles) in area (as defined with an Antarctic southern border), this largest division of the World Ocean—and, in turn, the hydrosphere—covers about 46% of Earth's water surface and about 32% of its total surface area, making it larger than all of Earth's land area combined (148,000,000 square kilometers). The centers of both the Water Hemisphere and the Western Hemisphere are in the Pacific Ocean. Ocean circulation (caused by the Coriolis effect) subdivides it into two largely independent volumes of water, which meet at the equator: the North(ern) Pacific Ocean and South(ern) Pacific Ocean. The Galápagos and Gilbert Islands, while straddling the equator, are deemed wholly within the South Pacific.
    Its mean depth is 4,000 meters (13,000 feet). Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench, located in the western north Pacific, is the deepest point in the world, reaching a depth of 10,928 meters (35,853 feet). The Pacific also contains the deepest point in the Southern Hemisphere, the Horizon Deep in the Tonga Trench, at 10,823 meters (35,509 feet). The third deepest point on Earth, the Sirena Deep, is also located in the Mariana Trench.
    The western Pacific has many major marginal seas, including the South China Sea, the East China Sea, the Sea of Japan, the Sea of Okhotsk, the Philippine Sea, the Coral Sea, and the Tasman Sea.

    Fish are an important economic asset in the Pacific. The shallower shoreline waters of the continents and the more temperate islands yield herring, salmon, sardines, snapper, swordfish, and tuna, as well as shellfish.

  • The Last Living Tasmanian Devils On Earth | Real Wild


    Although the Tasmanian Devil is infamous across the planet thanks to the sounds of their call and a certain well-known cartoon, most people are unaware that they are facing extinction. Native to Tasmania, an island state of Australia, these huge marsupials are being wiped out by a strange illness that scientists are struggling to cure. If action isn't taken, we may not have any Tasmanian Devils in the future.

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  • Lord Howe Island - Garden of Eden between Australia and New Zealand


    A place of biological superlatives with a flora and fauna that have only just begun to be researched: Lord Howe Island, between Australia and New Zealand. This is the first documentary on what may be the most isolated nature reserve on the planet.

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  • Canary Islands - Full Documentary



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    At a bearing of 28º latitude North and 16º longitude West a group of 7 islands and numerous islets rise up out of the sea. With its warm climate and unusual landscapes, this archipelago has from time immemorial captivated those who reached its coasts. Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, El Hierro, La Gomera y La Palma.

    The Canary Islands were never a part of any sunken continent. Their origin is quite different and much less romantic.

    About 30 million years ago, in what is known as the Miocene period, a crack appeared in the African platform. The magma found a way to escape from inside the Earth and a group of volcanoes appeared on the Ocean bed. Over the next 28 million years, the expulsion of material occurred almost continuously and so by the time the Earth entered the Quaternary Era all of the islands, except for Hierro and the islets, had risen above the surface.

    Volcanic activity also effected plant life on the islands. The continuous supply of new materials delayed the erosion process and so impeded the creation of soil where trees and bushes could grow.

    Here, in the foothills of the highest volcano in the archipelago, Teide, the plants have taken another step in the adaptation process. Not only do they live in very poor soil, but they can also withstand differences in daytime and night time temperatures of up to 50º centigrade.

    As the islands rose up from the depths reefs were created and a new eco-system appeared in the ocean. The marine flora found new ground on which to settle and the fauna found countless nooks and crannies where it could set up home and be safe from predators. The layer nearest the surface, and therefore also nearest the sun, was the most populated.

    Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit the islands every year. Many come in search of the sun. Others however are fascinated by its landscapes and by the volcanic activity still present on some of the islands.

    The water vaporisation and plant-burning shows on the islet of Hilario in the Timanfaya national Park, are just some of the multiple tourist attractions created in recent years.

    The same forces that created this natural paradise could bury it again under tonnes of lava. This may seem a catastrophe for Man, but for nature, it would be just another step in the construction of the archipelago, a project which has been under construction for over 30 million years and is still far from finished.

  • On the Loose S3E1: The Canary Islands


    On The Loose is back! Ruben Lenten and Aaron Hadlow join forces once again to travel the globe looking for new adventures. They head off in search of the best Kiteboarding spots, check out the most epic events and have a blast along the way.

    In Episode 1 they are exploring the Canary Islands by catamaran to find the windiest, most beautiful spots to ride. What unknown adventures await? Follow them along the way to find out.

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  • VOLCANO-Tourism and GEO-Sites in the CANARY ISLANDS


    Introduction to GEO- and VOLCANO-Tourism in the Canary Islands. SEE ALSO PART 1: Definitions, Concepts, Geological Models and brief overview on main Geo-Sites on Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, la Palma, Gomera and El Hierro.


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  • Time Limits - The Secrets of Nature


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  • Frogs - The Whole Story 10/13 - The Secrets of Nature


    The world of Africa’s frogs is versatile, vibrant, noisy and sometimes bizarre.
    From some of the world’s biggest – weighing as much as a small dog – to fingernail-sized rainforest miniatures, Africa boasts an impressive array of colorful species.

    Unsung heroes of nature, frogs devour mosquitoes and crop pests, and have made a significant contribution to modern medical research. Recently, science has discovered that because they live in two worlds – land and water – their sensitive skin is doubly susceptible to pollution and subtle environmental change. Frogs are actually living barometers of world climate change.

    We tell The Whole Story on these jewels of the natural world.

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    The British Virgin Islands belong to the Lesser Antilles and are a dream for bon-vivants and the super-rich: Caribbean nonchalance, combined with British understatement. Moko Jumbies, mysterious spectre ejectors, dancing in the light of the fire. They are fantastic entities on stilts, more than four metres tall. The group only takes commands from Shevorn, a descendent of the slaves that the Dutch once abducted to the Virgin Islands.
    The slaves brought something new with them to the Caribbean: the belief in ghosts. The services of the Moko Jumbies are still sought after to this day. On uninhabited Salt Island, Alexandra Durante harvests salt from the lagoon. Back home on Tortola, the largest island in the archipelago, she boils and stirs bath essences and other homemade beauty products out of the gained sea salt. In the Callwood distillery in Sugar Cane Bay, Callum and Andrew heat up an old copper vat. A few hours later and a fine trickle flows out of a narrow pipe: rum!
    Another bay further on, Egbert Donovan plucks the strings of his ukulele: Soca music with a stomping rhythm and sparse lyrics. This is how Egbert unwinds after working on his lifetime project, the Molluscs Museum.


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  • The Guanche People: Canary Islands - Taino & Arawak Ancestors - History, Culture & Affiliations


    This is a video for The Guanche People.., from the Canary Islands, who are ancestors of the Taino & Arawak Peoples.., with info. about their history, culture & affiliations. There are also more videos in this channel for: The Arawak People, The Taino People, The Inca Empire (2), The Mayan People, The Aztec Empire (2), The Mapuche People, The Thembu People.. and for over 230 more North & South American Tribes & First Nations.


    The Guanche People were the original Indigenous People of the Canary Islands. In 2017, the first genome-wide data from the Guanches confirmed a North African origin and that they were genetically most similar to ancient North African Berber Peoples of the nearby, North African mainland. It is believed, that they arrived on the archipelago some time in the first millennium BCE.

    When Christopher Columbus strode ashore in the Bahamas and West Indies on October 12th 1492, he famously called the Indigenous People that he met: “Indians.” Columbus may have called the Peoples of the New World: “Indians”, but really, they were mostly Guanche People, Arawak People and Taino People. He named them: Indians, simply because, their skin colour reminded him of East Indian Peoples. It had little nothing to do with the fact, that they were in the West Indies (Indos), as that name wasn't applied to this region, until many years later. Columbus never even made it to the North-American (Turtle Island) continent. And if he world have,he would have still discovered nothing. Turtle Island was always here and so were all the Indigenous Peoples.


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  • Lanzarote and Fuerteventura - Two gorgeous Canary Islands


    The film presents the two Canary Islands Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Lanzarote has a rich culture in addition to a volcanic landscape: the film accompanies a ceramic artist, an instrument maker, shows architecture by César Manrique and a camel breeder. On Fuerteventura, in addition to livestock farming and the operation of traditional grain mills, nature conservation plays a major role: islanders are committed to preserving the sand dunes, and there is a turtle hatchery.

    On Lanzarote, countless volcanic eruptions have formed a bizarre lunar landscape. It is a great challenge for the inhabitants to extract the cultivation of food from the karstic, dry soil. And yet they even manage to produce wine. Protected by thousands of small depressions that act as water reservoirs, they grow vines on porous volcanic rock.

    In agriculture, camels used to be used as beasts of burden. Sindo Morales worked with them in the fields as a child. Today he breeds the camels. Every morning he leads 30 to 40 animals across the volcanic landscape to the fire mountains. There they carry tourists on their humps through the national park.

    Lanzarote, the black pearl in the Atlantic, is a source of inspiration for many people. The Spanish artist and architect César Manrique realized forward-looking projects on his island, such as the Mirador del Rio lookout restaurant, where landscape and building seem to flow into one another.
    Potter Aquilino Rodriguez makes his own clay from the unique volcanic soil he collects on forays into the mountains. Thus, every object from his kiln contains a piece of Lanzarote.

    The island attracts water sports enthusiasts from all over the world. Especially on the countless small bays of the north coast they find ideal conditions. Here the surfer Luis de Dios has found his home, on Fuerteventura his sport became a way of life. To preserve his paradise, Luis regularly clears the beaches where he surfs of trash - and turns it into art.

    The seemingly never-ending wind that surfers love so much has long been used by the inhabitants of Fuerteventura: hundreds of windmills bear witness to this, but only three are still in operation today. The mill of Tiscamanita has been in the care of Jorge Padilla for 18 years. Every morning he sets the sails of the stubborn beast, as he calls his windmill. That's because, by law, the islanders are allowed to have him grind their grain for them at any time, free of charge.

    From a distance, the many shades of brown on the island remind one of a North African desert landscape. In fact, there are miles of sandy areas here, such as the El Jable shifting sand dune, whose preservation, however, is endangered. The young environmental scientist Yanira Arocha has made it her mission to save the dune near Corralejo in order to preserve a unique piece of Fuerteventura for future generations.

    Islands of the Blessed - that's what the Canary Islands were called in ancient times. They are located in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of West Africa.
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  • Forces of Nature | Part 1 | The Grand Sweep of Nature | Free Documentary Nature


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    Northern Tibet. The world's highest wilderness. 4000 meters. The Tibetan antelope rules. Their only habitat. Oxygen levels are half of what they are at sea level. Life and death, cruel and delightful. Harshest of lands. Live clings tenaciously. Halfway to heaven - a wildlife paradise.

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    China is home to abundant resources. Diversity defines the basic features of China's natural environment. Temperatures vary from place to place all over China. In winter, it is nearly -50 °C at the coldest place of China, Hanma Nature Reserve in Genhe in Inner Mongolia, while it is over 30 degrees at the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea. It is the only country of the world that has reindeers in the north and elephants in the south. Nobody has ever traveled to all parts of this big Eastern country. The continuous snowy mountains of the Himalaya, the vast shore of the South China Sea, mysterious tropical rainforests, the snowy piedmont of the Changbai Mountains...


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  • Sea Mammals - The Whole Story 12/13 - The Secrets of Nature


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    Find out that the v-shaped blast the Southern Right whale breathes, is actually condensed air. This mammal that weight up to 800 times more than an average man and can grow to be as large as 17 meters.

    Seals, are the only mammals who inhabit both the worlds of the sea and the land.

    Equivalent to a large catamaran, dolphins can ‘race’ through water at incredible speeds.

    The human free dive record is eight minutes. Find out how long mammals can stay under water for without surfacing for air.

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  • fishing Canary Islands- fishing for Mahi and Wahoo


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    A popular destination for holidaymakers, the Canaries are far from a paradise for locals, who have been struggling long before the Covid-19 pandemic. After decades of mass tourism, questions around equality and sustainable development are urgent for the Canary Islands.

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  • Manolo - The Documentary


    This is a documentary about one of the most famous Greek pole vaulters. From the ups and downs, to the unexpected fall and injury, Emmanuel Karalis is preparing with renewed morale to compete for the first time at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and Red Bull has prepared a documentary about his athletic career so far created by Kostas Mandilas

    Each season in sports is defined by its own protagonists and Emmanuel Karalis, as well-known as Manolo, is ready to build his own story. After all, he has laid the foundations of sports to achieve his dreams from a very young age.

    At the age of 17, he made the whole Greece talk about him, when he achieved the best performance in the world. He is an athlete who constantly wants to exceed his limits. So much so that the strain on his body - combined with his young age - was enough to keep him out of competing for almost a year.

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  • Spain: Eruption on the island of La Palma | DW Documentary


    On the Spanish island of La Palma, the Cumbre Vieja volcano is spewing lava and ash, forcing residents from their homes. It’s a nightmare for the tourist destination, one of the Canary Islands off the north-west African coast. What will become of the island?

    Two million years ago, the island was formed by nearby volcanoes. Today, the same phenomenon is causing many thousands of residents to fear losing their homes as lava and toxic gases pose a growing threat. One of them is Nieves Rodriguez, who says: We have spent our whole lives here. It’s painful to give it all up. DW’s Norman Striegel spoke with numerous residents, as well as those offering help. He also met one or two people who are traveling to the island right now, to watch the volcano in action.

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  • BEST OF THE CANARY ISLANDS Which is island is for you!


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    Wildlife filmmakers often risk life and limb trying to capture unique images of their dangerous protagonists. In the Kruger National Park Josef Jozefowicz steps into a lionesses' den to film her cubs, in Alaska Andreas Kieling mingles with giant elk bulls in order to film them in action, and in Florida his colleague Zoltan Török gets very close to an alligator mother guarding its nest. The life of the film-makers is also threatened by elemental forces, and failing technical equipment: the strong and tearing current of the Yukon River throws Andreas Kieling's boat onto a gravel bank, in the Democratic Republik of Congo camerawoman Heike Grebe is separated from her colleagues in the dense rainforest, in Kamchatka a film team only just escapes a gigantic landslide, and in Finland a hot-air balloon catches fire and becomes the nightmare of Oliver Goetzl and Ivo Nörenberg. The last episode follows wildlife film-makers on their adventurous journeys throughout the world.


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