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Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific

  • Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific - FULL VERSION!!

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    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano, far off the Costa Rican coast. At the end of the 18th century, the English author Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have received the inspiration for his novel „Treasure Island“ here.

    The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, the island is closely supervised by park rangers.

    The outstanding underwater world surrounding the island abounds with marine fauna of every description. Hardly any other destination is as well-known for its countless large fish varieties, especially hammerhead, reef and offshore sharks. The film‘s author submerged to depths up to 400 meters on board the „Deep Sea“, a modern research submarine. During the dive, he ucceeded in shooting material of rare deep sea fish and shark species, which have never before been sighted near Coconut Island.

  • Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific

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    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano, far off the Costa Rican coast. At the end of the 18th century, the English author Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have received the inspiration for his novel „Treasure Island“ here.

    The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, the island is closely supervised by park rangers.

    The outstanding underwater world surrounding the island abounds with marine fauna of every description. Hardly any other destination is as well-known for its countless large fish varieties, especially hammerhead, reef and offshore sharks. The film‘s author submerged to depths up to 400 meters on board the „Deep Sea“, a modern research submarine. During the dive, he ucceeded in shooting material of rare deep sea fish and shark species, which have never before been sighted near Coconut Island.

  • Cocos island full travel guide documentary

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    The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are a remote territory of Australia in the Indian Ocean. Its 2 coral atolls comprise 27 tiny islands with white­-sand beaches, palm trees and lagoons. West Island has an airport and a visitor centre. Across the lagoon, the Home Island Museum explores the culture of the resident Cocos Malay people. To the north, the isolated Pulu Keeling National Park has bird colonies and a shipwreck.

  • 8 Most Mysterious Islands Youve Never Heard About

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    Some of these islands are so mystifying that most people don’t even know they exist. Some have such a gruesome history that many don’t want to talk about them. Did you know there’s an island that seems to have disappeared from the face of Earth? And another that is said to be home to thousands of wandering ghosts? Get ready because these 8 islands are bound to give you goosebumps.

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    Socotra 1:10
    Diego Garcia 2:11
    The Eye 3:04
    Isla Bermeja 3:58
    Okunoshima Island 5:09
    Ilha de Queimada Grande 6:15
    Poveglia Island 7:28
    Island of Dolls 8:36

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    SUMMARY:
    - Socotra is so isolated that there are just a few roads for its 40,000 inhabitants. It’s also host to 800 rare species of flora and fauna, a third of which are found nowhere else on Earth.
    - Diego Garcia is located over 1,000 miles south of India, isolated in the middle of the Indian Ocean. It is occupied by the US military, who leased it from the UK. The island is home to 2,000 military personnel, communication facilities, combat vessels, and 12,000-ft runways that can hold large aircraft.
    - The Eye, or El Ojo de la Tierra in Spanish, is a strange island that moves and rotates on its own axis. The Eye is fully circular, sits in a circle of water, and is located between the cities of Campana and Zarate in Argentina.
    - Isla Bermeja is shown on maps from the 18th and 19th centuries, but the island was not found in 1996 when Mexico conducted surveys. Nor was it located in an extensive study in 2009. Though it is clearly marked on maps, the island is currently nowhere to be found.
    - Okunoshima is a small island nestled in the Inland Sea of Japan. The island is small enough that it can be explored in under 2 hours. It’s grassy, and there’s a beach resort. But the best part of this island is the inhabitants: hundreds of rabbits roam the island.
    - This island has the highest concentration of venomous snakes in the world! For that reason, it is known as Snake Island. It hosts a population of over 2,000 lancehead vipers, one of the most dangerous species of snake.
    - Because of its macabre past, Poveglia is thought to be Italy’s most haunted island. This is a place for only the most hardcore ghost hunters and people who love a good horror story.
    - Island of Dolls is one of the creepiest places you can imagine! Though it was never meant to be a tourist attraction, hundreds of people visit the place each year.

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  • Cocos Island Trip Continues

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    Our Cocos island trip continues and ends, hope you enjoyed it...

  • The hunter of Cocos Island: The white-tip reef shark

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    With the aid of modern technology, reveal the unknown behaviour of some unusual species of shark: lemon sharks and their white-tip reef counterparts.
    Our film trip begins on the Bahamas. To be more precise: in the turquoise-blue waters of the Grand Bahama Bank, in an exactly fixed location. In the spring, 70 - 80 pregnant lemon sharks arrive here. This huge shark population was first discovered just a few years ago by shark researcher, Professor Sam Gruber.
    Many of the females are tired and rest on the seabed. Pregnant tiger sharks swim in the midst of this group. Without any protection whatsoever, our cameramen shoot their footage, surrounded by sharks and succeed in capturing images hitherto unseen.

    We continue our journey to Gainesville, Florida, to meet Gordon Hubbell, the leading shark denture expert with the world’s largest shark denture collection. He knows everything about the evolutionary history of the lemon sharks, in addition to those of the white-tip reef variety off Cocos Island, Costa Rica. Here, we encounter large schools of fish, unprecedented numbers of stingrays, as well as hammerhead sharks. However, it is the white-tip reef sharks that make the biggest impression. Their performance begins late at night. Marauding, they patrol in large groups through the reefs and hunt everything that moves. Scales and dead prey fish float above the reef - a welcoming change of diet for the ubiquitous barracudas.

  • Cocos Island: Mystery of the Pacific Ocean | Free Documentary Nature

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    Cocos Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean - a lone volcano peeking out of the blue grey waters, off the Costa Rican coast. The island has many similarities with the fictional Treasure Island, penned by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, himself an intrepid traveler. Maybe he was inspired by tales of Cocos Island as he never went there himself. The tiny island is just 25 sqm2 and covered by an impenetrable jungle of streams, waterfalls and gorges, making it the world's largest uninhabited island rainforest. Because it is so isolated, unique flora and fauna flourish. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, park rangers guard and oversee the entire island so it may hopefully remain a treasure for decades and centuries to come.

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  • ????Coconut Island: fascinating rainforest and outstanding underwater world ????Full Documentary HD 2019

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    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano. The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here.
    The outstanding underwater world surrounding the island abounds with marine fauna of every description: especially hammerhead, reef and offshore sharks. The film‘s author submerged to depths up to 400 meters on board the „Deep Sea“. #documentary #cocosisland

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  • Mysterious Islands in the Sky Unlock Secrets of Our Past: Return to Tepuis | Short Film Showcase

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    Mysterious towering tepuis in South America have been the inspiration for movies such as Avatar and Up, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel The Lost World. In this short film adventure from Pongo Media, a team of explorers repels down the mystical mountains of this legendary lost world to uncover evolutionary secrets of some of the most unique ecosystems in the world.

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  • Undiscovered islands in Atlantic Ocean - Wildlife Secret Animals

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    The vast ocean separates continents meanwhile it also boasts hundreds of small island. From sandy beaches to remote and untouched nature

    Scattered across all 7 seas and from the tropics to the Antarctic are the UK's Overseas Territories some of the most remote places on the planet. This Documentary we explore this natural wealth of life in locations so remote that few have ever visited.

    Thousands of miles from the nearest anything these islands scattered across all 7 seas from the Antarctic to the tropics are amongst the remotest places on earth. But life here isn't lonesome. They teem with life from huge penguin colonies to the world's richest coral reefs. Because many are so remote they have acted as laboratories of evolution shaping life in unexpected and dramatic ways. Thrushes that once fed on seeds have evolved a taste for meat. Turtles have become extreme navigators and seabirds nest on single islands and nowhere else in the world. These islands all have one thing in common they are all British overseas territories....

    Undiscovered islands in Atlantic Ocean Islands born of fire run from the equatorial Atlantic down to Antarctica. Many are now home to unique species and all have intriguing stories to tell. From huge penguin turtle and seabird colonies to the world's richest coral reefs discover the UK's remarkable distant isolated territories.

  • Residents On The Cocos Islands Feel Cheated By Australia

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    Cocos Malaise: When the Cocos Islands voted to become part of Australia in 1984, its residents were promised control of their land. Nearly 30 years on, locals say they're now being denied a future on their own islands.

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    I want our youth to be able to stand on their own two feet and take responsibility in the Cocos Islands,, explains island elder Cree Bin Haig. If this doesn't happen, it's as if we have gone back to being under colonial rule. 28 years ago, Malay elders negotiated the islands' integration with Australia based on promises that they would take ownership of their land and have their customs respected. Today, the islands remain blighted by external influence and many feel short-changed. This is the homeland of the Cocos Islanders, not the homeland of the whites, declares former government adviser Dick Whittington. But the whites have the power here. It's not right. It's not fair.

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  • Palmyra The Cursed and Haunted Island of The Pacific

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    The Pacific does not come to mind as a place that’s likely to be haunted. Yet there is a small, uninhabited island in a seldom-visited corner of the world that has, over the years, experienced some disturbing, paranormal occurrences, shipwrecks, and murders that have led many to believe that it is in fact, a cursed island.

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    Top Tuko presents the legend of the haunted and mysterious island of Palmyra. To the eye, Palmyra is the archetypal image of a tropical island paradise. Yet a strange air blankets Palmyra. Over the years, a number of unfortunate incidents – a few too many to seem coincidental – have occurred upon the island’s shores, leaving an eerie and mysterious atmosphere. Early explorers began to notice strange happenings around Palmyra island. From the first discovery of the island in 1789 till the present-day Palmyra has been cursed with, shipwrecks, murder, and paranormal activity. Some believe the island is living entity possessed of its own dark and evil will.

  • Mysterious Woman Found Alone on an Island

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    In 1853, a mysterious native American woman was found on an island at the coast of California. What makes it strange is that she was all alone by herself, and even today nobody knows how she ended up there or whats her true name is, she is now just referred to Juana Maria.

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  • COCONUT ISLAND ???? fascinating rainforest and outstanding underwater world ????Full Documentary HD 2020

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    ???? Title: Coconut Island: fascinating rainforest and outstanding underwater world - Full Documentary - English HD 2019

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    Coconut Island protrudes from the Pacific Ocean as the peak of a lone volcano. The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here.
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  • Cocos Keeling Islands - Fresh Escapes - Home Island

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    The Fresh Escapes team take some time to enjoy the welcoming and warm Cocos Malay hospitality on Home Island.

  • White-Tip Reef Shark: The Hunters of the turquoise Water | Free Documentary Nature

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    With the aid of modern technology, reveal the unknown behaviour of some unusual species of shark: lemon sharks and their white-tip reef counterparts.

    Our film trip begins on the Bahamas. To be more precise: in the turquoise-blue waters of the Grand Bahama Bank, in an exactly fixed location. In the spring, 70 - 80 pregnant lemon sharks arrive here. This huge shark population was first discovered just a few years ago by shark researcher, Professor Sam Gruber.
    Many of the females are tired and rest on the seabed. Pregnant tiger sharks swim in the midst of this group. Without any protection whatsoever, our cameramen shoot their footage, surrounded by sharks and succeed in capturing images hitherto unseen.

    We continue our journey to Gainesville, Florida, to meet Gordon Hubbell, the leading shark denture expert with the world’s largest shark denture collection. He knows everything about the evolutionary history of the lemon sharks, in addition to those of the white-tip reef variety off Cocos Island, Costa Rica. Here, we encounter large schools of fish, unprecedented numbers of stingrays, as well as hammerhead sharks. However, it is the white-tip reef sharks that make the biggest impression. Their performance begins late at night. Marauding, they patrol in large groups through the reefs and hunt everything that moves. Scales and dead prey fish float above the reef - a welcoming change of diet for the ubiquitous barracudas.

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  • 15 Most Mysterious Islands On Earth

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    Since our planet is made up of around 71% water, we all technically live on islands. However, if we’ve learned anything from movies like Cast Away or Madagascar, it’s that not every island is filled with volleyballs and talking animals! From a little-known diamond island to a full-scale alien planet in the middle of the Indian Ocean, here are the 15 Most MYSTERIOUS Islands On Earth!

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  • A Mysterious Island that Appeared in The Pacific Ocean out Of Nowhere

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  • The Worlds Most Mysterious Island That No One Dares To Step Foot On

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    The world's most mysterious island that no one dares to step foot on. Today, we take a look at the world's most mysterious island that no one dares to step foot on.

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  • The Mysterious Easter Island - What they Dont Want You To Know!

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  • Cocos island Pulau diteroterial australia rasa indonesia

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    Cocos (Keeling) Islands adalah kepulauan kecil yang terletak sekitar 1000 km dari Jakarta, yakni sebelah selatan Pulau Jawa di Samudra Hindia, dan 2800 km dari Perth, Australia.
    yang masuk diwilayah teroterial Australia,dengan mayoritas penduduknya melayu.

  • History of Buried Treasure - Full Documentary

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    A buried treasure is an important part of the popular beliefs surrounding pirates and Old West outlaws. According to popular conception, criminals and others often buried their stolen fortunes in remote places, intending to return for them later, often with the use of treasure maps. Pirate treasure- In reality, pirates burying treasure was rare: the only pirate known to have buried treasure was William Kidd, who is believed to have buried at least some of his wealth on Long Island before sailing into New York City. Kidd had originally been commissioned as a privateer for England, but his behavior had strayed into outright piracy, and he hoped that his treasure could serve as a bargaining chip in negotiations to avoid punishment. His bid was unsuccessful, however, and Kidd was hanged as a pirate.

    In English fiction there are three well-known stories that helped to popularize the myth of buried pirate treasure: Wolfert Webber (1824) by Washington Irving, The Gold-Bug (1843) by Edgar Allan Poe and Treasure Island (1883) by Robert Louis Stevenson. They differ widely in plot and literary treatment but are blood kin from the common ancestor of the William Kidd legend. David Cordingly states that The effect of Treasure Island on our perception of pirates cannot be overestimated, and says the idea of treasure maps leading to buried treasure is an entirely fictional device. Stevenson's Treasure Island was directly influenced by Irving's Wolfert Webber, Stevenson saying in his preface It is my debt to Washington Irving that exercises my conscience, and justly so, for I believe plagiarism was rarely carried farther... the whole inner spirit and a good deal of the material detail of my first chapters... were the property of Washington Irving.

    In 1911, American author Ralph D. Paine conducted a survey of all known or purported stories of buried treasure and published them in The Book of Buried Treasure. He found a common trait in all the stories: there was always a lone survivor of a piratical crew who somehow preserved a chart showing where the treasure was buried, but unable to return himself, he transfers the map or information to a friend or shipmate, usually on his deathbed. This person would then go search in vain for the treasure, but not before transferring the legend down to another hapless seeker.

    Famous and notorious cases

    The Roman historian Dio Cassius says that, in the early 2nd century, the Dacian king Decebalus had changed the course of river Sargetia and buried tons of gold and silver in the river bed. Later he ordered the river to be restored and the slaves involved in the works to be executed. However one of his nobles revealed its location to the Romans. The Byzantine historian Jordanes tells a similar story of the burial of the Visigoth king Alaric I and his treasure under the river Busento in 410. The burial places of the Khazar kings (qoruq) and other inner Asian people were also under a rerouted river.

    There are a number of reports of supposed buried pirate treasure that surfaced much earlier than these works, which indicates that at least the idea was around for more than a century before those stories were published. For example, extensive excavation has taken place on Oak Island (in Nova Scotia) since 1795 in the belief that one or more pirate captains had stashed large amounts of loot there. These excavations were said to have been prompted by still older legends of buried pirate treasure in the area. No treasure has ever been reported to be found.

    The Treasure of Lima is a supposed buried treasure on Cocos Island in the Pacific left there by pirates. The treasure, estimated to be worth £160 million, was stolen by British Captain William Thompson in 1820 after he was entrusted to transport it from Peru to Mexico

    The only authenticated treasure chest in the United States, once owned by Thomas Tew, is kept at the Pirate Soul Museum in St Augustine, Florida.

    Closer to modern times, the notorious drug lord, Pablo Escobar buried large sums of money in the form of US currency across Colombia. While a lot of it has been retrieved, large portions still remain buried.

    Former corsair turned pirate, Olivier Levasseur known as The Buzzard, is known to have hidden one of the biggest treasures in pirate history, estimated at over 4.5 billion euros, and leaving a cryptogram (with templar alphabet) behind with its whereabouts.

  • 6 Breathtaking Facts about Cocos Islands

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    6 Amazing & Shocking facts About Cocos (Keeling) Islands
    Cocos (Keeling) Islands
    Australian external territory
    The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are a remote territory of Australia in the Indian Ocean. Its 2 coral atolls comprise 27 tiny islands with white­-sand beaches, palm trees and lagoons. West Island has an airport and a visitor centre. Across the lagoon, the Home Island Museum explores the culture of the resident Cocos Malay people.North Keeling Island is located about 15 miles (24 km) north of the main lagoon (South Lagoon), which is surrounded by the numerous islets of the South Keeling Islands. The principal islands of the South Keelings include West Island (the largest in the territory, with a length of 6 miles [10 km]), South, Home, Direction, and Horsburgh. The land is low, with the highest point in the territory rising to only about 20 feet (6 metres) above sea level.

  • Queen In Cocos Isles

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    QUEEN IN COCO'S ISLES.

    Small groups of Coco's Island residents sitting around in the shade, they look very Indonesian and are holding Union Jack flags. Two men wear their traditional clothing and hats. Views across water to flat palm tree shoreline. A line of huts on stilts over the sea. A group of mothers and children with flags wait for the Queen. A line of neat huts, chickens peck at coconuts. Large groups of people sit and stand waiting. Elizabeth and Philip arrive walking with entourage. They are presented with model sailing boats. The Royal party get onto a launch and leave the quayside. Aircraft carrier and frigate at sea the decks are lined with sailors, overhead a fly past of eleven planes. More shots of ships at sea, a life boat with the name Gothic. Distant view of Coco's islands from the sea.



    A Slipper launch arrives at the islands quayside and Elizabeth and Philip step ashore. They stand in a Landrover and drive past restrained flag waving islanders. The Royal party walk

    next to a small railway line as two men dance in front of them, musicians play in the background. The party watch Indonesian style dancing and drumming.
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  • Indo-Pacific: The world of the Sulu Sea

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    The heart of the Indo-Pacific region, the Sulu sea, separates the north-ern coast of Borneo and the west coast of the Philippines. The coasts of the relatively small ocean, are home to inhabitants with a colourful culture and abundant animal life invites nature lovers for a visit. The island of Omadal is home of the Bajau. This nomadic tribe lives on wooden vessels or ashore in pile-dwellings. Harvesting seaweed generates them the money that is needed to buy all other goods on the market.
    The underwater world of the Sulu sea is dominated by intact colourful reefs. Beautiful coloured mantis shrimps hunt with spears or their legs. Harlequin prawns always hold a starfish in standby to eat of. The Mimic Oktopus, a squid, camouflages himself as a flounder or as a starfish. Only rarely will he be seen in his real shape, as an octopus.

    The National territory of the Philippines covers 7000 islands, build from volcanic activities. The Mt. Pinatobo was considered to be extinct. But it just was dormant. When he woke up in 1991, the most powerful eruption of the 20th Century buried whole areas underneath his volcanic ashes. At the last location of this journey the camera crew got goose-flesh thanks to a very special tradition of the Ibanoi people on the island of Luzon. The team was allowed to film how these natives mummify those who passed away and bury them in tiny wood coffins.

  • This Airport Has Its Own Island | Super Structures | Spark

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    The Kansai International Airport is just that - and island built to provide the space for an airport - an engineering marvel. Forty-one aircraft can park at the immense terminal - the only man-made structure other than the Great Wall of China visible from space. The only problem is that this amazing airport is slowly sinking!

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  • Sulu Sea: A colorful Paradise in the Indo-Pacific

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    The heart of the Indo-Pacific region, the Sulu sea, separates the north-ern coast of Borneo and the west coast of the Philippines. The coasts of the relatively small ocean, are home to inhabitants with a colourful culture and abundant animal life invites nature lovers for a visit. The island of Omadal is home of the Bajau. This nomadic tribe lives on wooden vessels or ashore in pile-dwellings. Harvesting seaweed generates them the money that is needed to buy all other goods on the market.
    The underwater world of the Sulu sea is dominated by intact colourful reefs. Beautiful coloured mantis shrimps hunt with spears or their legs. Harlequin prawns always hold a starfish in standby to eat of. The Mimic Oktopus, a squid, camouflages himself as a flounder or as a starfish. Only rarely will he be seen in his real shape, as an octopus.

    The National territory of the Philippines covers 7000 islands, build from volcanic activities. The Mt. Pinatobo was considered to be extinct. But it just was dormant. When he woke up in 1991, the most powerful eruption of the 20th Century buried whole areas underneath his volcanic ashes. At the last location of this journey the camera crew got goose-flesh thanks to a very special tradition of the Ibanoi people on the island of Luzon. The team was allowed to film how these natives mummify those who passed away and bury them in tiny wood coffins.

  • Mystery of the Lost Islands: Shark Island

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    Dave Salmoni travels to a remote island in the heart of the South Pacific in search of answers to an animal mystery. Rangiroa should be an island paradise, but it has a frightening reputation as the shark capital of the world. There are thousands of deadly sharks here—blacktip reef sharks, tiger sharks, silvertips, grey reef sharks, great hammerheads. These top predators are normally found in small numbers, but here in the middle of an ocean often described as a marine desert, they seem to congregate in incredible numbers. Dave plans to find out how one island can support so many large sharks, and what’s drawing them here. In the process, he has some truly close encounters with these marine predators in the process.

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    Cocos Island Video Trip Report | Aug 13-23, 2019
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  • Primeval squids - In the hunting grounds of the mysterious Cephalopods

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    Octopuses and squids are anything but cuddly pets. They have neither legs nor fins. Instead, they have snakelike arms, covered in suction caps - eight or ten, dangerous tentacles, which grow out of their heads. To add to their bizarre appearance, they are soft flabby, void of vertebrae or bones. When in danger, they emit foul-smelling ink. They originate from a time before humans walked the earth; from the primeval period, before fish populated the oceans. It is therefore hardly surprising, that these cephalopods seem so strange and disconcerting to us.

    Our film trip takes us to the Sea of Cortez, to the Socorro Islands, where fish are in abundance. It is here that we want to find the legend-ary Humboldt squid, to capture its nocturnal hunt for food on camera. Mantas, white-tip reef sharks, sea lions and dolphins accompany us. Before our late night rendezvous with the squids, we get some close ups of the sophisticated hunting techniques of swordfish, or Merlin.
    On Vancouver Island, we accompany Karen Palmer and David Pickles, experts on giant octopi, on their search for the eight-armed cephalo-pods. We are also on hand, when they greeted by their favourites, witnesses to a unique communication between man and animal.

  • Mysterious Oceanic Oases - Hotspots of life

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    Countless marine animals frolic on the steep slopes of underwater volcanoes. In many cases, several are rare species not found elsewhere. This is in part due to the fact that plankton clings to the wall and provides the fish with food in abundance. This documentary shows several of these oases and also examines the impact dive tourism has and whether preventive measures can help to maintain them.
    Nature and underwater filmmaker Rolf Möltgen undertakes dives into the mysterious underwater mountain landscapes with marine scientists from all corners of the globe. This journey takes us to Mexico, to snappers, white-tip reef sharks, Galapagos sharks and giant mantas. We visit the Maldives, Colombia and Costa Rica, where the team documents rare species such as deep sea burbots, small tooth sand tiger and dogfish sharks, in depths of more than 300 metres.
    The eerie underwater mountain world proves: everyone plays a part in the network of life. Thanks to consistent protective regulations, it has been possible to retain the underwater diversity - especially in the unique oases of the high seas.

  • $1 Billion Dollars Of Secret Treasure Still Buried On Costa Rica Island! Why Its Never Been Found

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    A real-life pirates tale of $1billion dollars of buried treasure still surrounds Cocos Island located 340 miles southwest of Costa Rica. Buzz60’s Lenneia Batiste has more on why it’s never been found.


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    Watch the trailer for the new DVD, The Mysterious Islands. This beautiful ninety-minute documentary takes viewers deep beneath the ocean waves among hundreds of white-tip sharks, into volcanic craters with giant lizards, and to the unusual habitat of the blue-footed booby. Featuring the only Christian team of scientists and investigators to shoot a documentary on the Galapagos in 2009, Darwin's anniversary year.

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  • Getz Cocos Island Diving July 2019

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    Liveaboard diving on the Argo around La Isla del Cocos, Costa Rica July 2019

  • Jordy Wydra - The Cocos Keeling Islands

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    The Coco's Keeling Islands, a beautiful, magical destination full of life and adventure. This is a MUST for your traveling bucket list, and you don't even need a passport!

    This was a content creatives tour, hosted by Amy Clunies-ross and Jai Howitt, joined by 8 incredibly talented and creative minds from across Australia.

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    UNESCO’s World Heritage Marine Programme invites you join the movement to protect our ocean for future generations. The My Ocean Pledge was started by children living in UNESCO World Heritage Marine Sites who have pledged to protect these ocean treasures. Now they are calling upon the leaders of the world - and you - to protect the ocean from negative human impacts and preserve it for all of us to use and enjoy in the future.

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