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  • Full Documentary. Shaba. The Land of God and Devil

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    00:10 In the north of Kenya, stands the Shaba reserve, a place of biological endemisms; a haven for wildlife at the edge of a blazing desert. It is the so-called Northern Frontier District, the geographical limit beyond which reign the laws of life in the wild.
    01:43 In a land where life seems impossible, Shaba guards the treasure of its exclusive biodiversity in a paradox without precedent. Wind, sun and dust; for three years, not a single drop of rain has fallen on the cracked lands of the Northern Frontier District. The natives call this region Nyica, the wild, desolate region. But even in this time of prolonged drought life clings on in Shaba.
    05:21 During the early hours of the day, the animals take advantage of the lingering cool of the night to carry out their daily activities, before the heat makes all movement impossible.
    06:51 Among the baboons, too, the family structure is the key making it possible for them to remain in Shaba even during the severest droughts. While many species leave, the baboons remain, and even manage to raise their young.
    10:27 Finally, the clouds arrive, bringing hope. Huge cumuli form over the parched savannah and, three years late, finally release the long-awaited rain. In a matter of hours new rivers appear, flowing across the savannah.
    12:17 Like the animals, the plants that survive the rigours of this region are true specialists in withstanding prolonged periods of drought and as soon as they receive water they immediately shoot up, taking the maximum advantage of the time of abundance.
    The secretary birds are hunters adapted to the open savannah. Their long thin legs may give the wrong impression.
    17:42 In Shaba, all the animal species are adapted to the semi-desert climate. No one would be able to withstand the scarce seasonal rainfall if they were not real specialists in survival in arid climes.


    27:10 The mating season has come. When the climate has changed, and there is food all around, the animals get ready to bring their young into the world. And during the weeks immediately after the first rains, the different species come into mate and breed.
    31:06 In the herds, mating is also decided by the hierarchy. Each one knows what it can aspire to, depending on its status within the group, so in the same herd different couples can mate without this creating any conflict among them.
    33:07 The little warthogs are only a few days old, and their only task during these first weeks will be to exercise in order to acquire the speed and strength which will enable them to flee from hunters. Wrestling matches, or football with a pat of elephant dung form part of their training. Anything will do if it serves to make them faster and stronger. Because it will not be long before the savannah puts them to the test.
    36:46 During the short rains, between december and february, there are frequent storms at nightfall.
    The climate mellows and the heat of the day gives way to fresh, humid air; the temperature the large hunters have been waiting for to go into action.
    39:40 The river bank is the meeting place for the majority of the species of Shaba. In the course of the day, many of the animals of the savannah come here to drink. Elephants need between 80 and 160 litres of water a day, and the adult males can drink twice this amount, so they must always have water sources available.
    46:03 The time of the hunters has arrived. The animals retire to their night-time ride away. Life on the savannah offers no truces. Another leopard emerges from the shadows, and the couple continues its silent round. Then, the male detects a furtive movement in a tree alongside the Ewaso Ngiro, and the hunt begins. It is now just a question of time, and beneath the attentive gaze of his companion, the hunter gets ready to attack. A last movement reveals a monitor lizard, provoking a reaction from the leopard.
    50:03 And again two shadows melt into the night, combining beauty and death beneath the starry sky of Shaba.
    With the return of the dry season, Shaba goes back to the beginning. Little by little drought sets in. And again God and the devil alternate until they become one and the same, with no beginning or end, in the perpetual circle of life.

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    In an increasingly interconnected world, it's hard to imagine that faraway regions of the earth are still untouched by occidental influence; places that still follows ancestral laws of their own individual past.

    These are lost worlds, untouched corners, virgin forests, hiding places with archaeological ruins from ancient civilizations now inhabited by aboriginal races jealous of their culture and traditions.

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    Australia, The Ivory Coast, Borneo, Alaska, Madagascar or Laos are just some of these places which are sheltering in their inner culture mysterious and forgotten spaces.

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    Yes friends. They have read well. A place where misterior and divinity unite. Where the dark and the blue become one. We speak of a place, located in the north of Kenya, home of the wild, a scenario in which the human being is challenged without any shame until death. We talk about Shaba.

    Discover everything that surrounds this impressive place knowing all the ins and outs that it has: from the different animals that live in their daily lives to the consequences derived from the lack of rain. Everything changes when there is water in between. And in Shaba that is a subject that you never know how to develop on a daily basis. And why don't you know what happens to the Gerenuks? You will leave doubts in an absolutely stunning video.

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  • Shaba. Animal Adaptations | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    In Shaba, all the animal species are adapted to the semi-desert climate. No one would be able to withstand the scarce seasonal rainfall if they were not real specialists in survival in arid climes.

    The digestive system of the vulturine guinea fowl is specially adapted to conserve the maximum amount of water obtained from their food, so that even in the driest times on the thorny savannah, the vulturines are able to survive on their diet of roots, bulbs, insects and molluscs, drinking virtually no water.

    Among the zebras of Shaba are also those best adapted to arid climates: Grevy’s zebras. Among mammals too, some necks have become elongated.
    This is the next step: a gerenuk, a Somali word which means “giraffe neck”. The gerenuks are the gazelles best adapted to the desert conditions. Only the gerenuks can stand on their hind legs to reach the branches above two metres high. But on the savannah even the height of the gerenuks is insignificant compared to the highest mammal in the world.
    At up to five and a half metres, the giraffes leave behind all other competitors, and can reach the tops of the acacias, where they find indispensable food reserves during the dry season. Of the eight subspecies of giraffe, the pattern of the reticulated giraffes makes them the most attractive.

    With the arrival of the rains, the elephants once more return. Their four metres in height, along with the length of their trunks and their ability to stand on their hind legs means that not even the giraffes can reach so high in their search for food.

    For the lions, this is the time to rest in the shade. It is too hot to even attempt the exhausting task of hunting down a herbivore, and even less if that herbivore is a powerful Cape buffalo.

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  • The land where God and the Devil meet; know this land of Kenya ...

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    We bring you the details of a place, located in the north of Kenya (the home of the wild), a scenario in which the human being is shamelessly challenged to death. We talk about Shaba.

    You can now know in detail everything that surrounds this moving territory through all the curiosities that it has: from the different animals that live in their day to day to the consequences derived from the lack of rain. Everything changes when there is water involved. And in Shaba that is a topic that you never know how it will develop on a daily basis. A video that you cannot miss.

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  • Documental Completo | Shaba. La Tierra de Dios y el Diablo - Planet Doc

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    00:10 En el norte de Kenia, se encuentra la reserva de Shaba, un lugar de endemismos biológicos; un refugio para la vida salvaje en las puertas de un desierto abrasador. Es el llamado Distrito de la Frontera Norte, el límite geográfico a partir del cual reinan las leyes de la vida salvaje.
    01:43 En una tierra donde la vida parece imposible Shaba guarda el tesoro de una biodiversidad exclusiva en una paradoja sin precedentes. Viento, sol y polvo; desde hace tres años no ha caído una gota sobre las tierra resquebrajadas del Distrito de la Frontera Norte. Los nativos llaman a esta región Nyica, la región salvaje y solitaria. Pero incluso en ésta época de sequía prolongada la vida permanece en Shaba.
    05:21 Durante las primeras horas del día los animales aprovechan el frescor que haya quedado de la noche para realizar su actividad diaria hasta que el calor les hace imposible cualquier movimiento.
    06:51 También entre los babuinos la estructura familiar es la clave que les permite mantenerse en Shaba incluso en las peores épocas de sequía. Mientras muchas especies se van los babuinos permanecene incluso sacan adelante a su prole.
    10:27 Por fin llegan nubes esperanzadoras. Grandes cúmulos se forman sobre la sabana reseca y, con tres años de retraso, descargan por fin la lluvia. En cuestión de horas aparecen nuevos ríos que corren por mitad de la sabana.
    12:17 Como los animales, las plantas que sobreviven a los rigores de ésta región son verdaderas especialistas en resistir periodos prolongados de sequía y en cuanto reciben agua reverdecen de inmediato aprovechando al máximo el tiempo de abundancia.
    Los pájaros secretarios son cazadores especializados en las sabanas abiertas. Sus largas patas zancudas pueden confundir a primera vista.
    17:42 En Shaba todas las especies animales están adaptadas al clima semidesértico. Nadie podría soportar los rigores del periodo de sequía con las escasas precipitaciones estacionales si no fueran verdaderos especialistas en supervivencia en climas áridos.


    27:10 Es la época del apareamiento, cuando el clima ha cambiado y hay comida por todas partes, los animales se preparan para traer al mundo su descendencia. Y durante las semanas posteriores a las primeras lluvias entre las especies se suceden el celo y los apareamientos.
    31:06 En las manadas la jerarquía marca los apareamientos. Cada uno conoce el alcance de sus aspiraciones en función del rango que ocupan en el grupo de forma que en una misma manada se pueden aparear diferentes parejas sin que se cree ningún conflicto entre ellas.
    33:07 La sabana no tardará en poner a prueba a estos jabatos, estos deberán ejercitarse para adquirir la rapidez y la fuerza que les permitan huir de los cazadores. A la sombra de una acacia un guepardo vigila a unos órix cercanos. Los órix son presas demasiado fuertes para él pero en época de cría siempre puede encontrarse algún ternero de pocos días y es a uno de ellos al que el guepardo está vigilando.
    36:46 Durante las lluvias cortas, entre diciembre y febrero, las tormentas son frecuentes al atardecer. El clima se suaviza y el calor del día deja paso a un aire fresco y húmedo; una temperatura que esperan los grandes cazadores para entrar en actividad.
    39:40 La orilla del Ewaso Ngiro es el lugar de reunión de la mayoría de las especies de Shaba. A lo largo del día muchos de los animales de la sabana llegan al río a beber.
    Los elefantes beben entre 80 y 160 litros de agua al día y los machos adultos pueden duplicar esta cantidad
    46:03 Llega la hora de los cazadores. Otro leopardo surge de las sombras y la pareja continúa su ronda silenciosa. Entonces el macho detecta un movimiento furtivo en un árbol junto al Ewaso Ngiro y empieza la cacería. Ahora es sólo cuestión de tiempo y bajo la atenta vigilancia de su compañera, el cazador se prepara para el ataque. Un último movimiento delata a un varano provocando la reacción del leopardo.
    50:03 Y de nuevo dos sombras se funden con la noche uniendo belleza y muerte bajo el cielo estrellado de Shaba.
    Con la vuelta de la estación seca Shaba regresa a su principio. Poco a poco vuelve la sequía. Y de nuevo Dios y el diablo se alternarán hasta hacerse uno solo sin un principio o fin definidos en el ciclo perpetuo de la vida.

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    In the north of Kenya, stands the Shaba reserve, a place of biological endemisms; a haven for wildlife at the edge of a blazing desert.

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    It is the so-called Northern Frontier District, the geographical limit beyond which reign the laws of life in the wild. Here, man is an intruder and survival is determined by the water, the wind and the sun.
    Shaba is a place of extremes, constantly putting animals life to the test. Severe droughts alternate with tremendous floods, turning the savannah into a hell which generates paradises; a land of contrasts where the harshest rigours give rise to the most beautiful works of nature.

    The Danish writer Karen Blixen wrote: “Africa teaches you this: that God and the devil are one and the same”. And in the Kenya that she loved and immortalised in her novel Out of Africa no other region demonstrates this to quite the same extent as Shaba.

    In a land where life seems impossible, Shaba guards the treasure of its exclusive biodiversity in a paradox without precedent.
    Wind, sun and dust; for three years, not a single drop of rain has fallen on the cracked lands of the Northern Frontier District. The natives call this region Nyica, the wild, desolate region. But even in this time of prolonged drought life clings on in Shaba.

    In the cool of night, the herbivores appear in search of the drops of dew and the last shoots softened by the humidity. But thrice now the rainy season has failed to appear and vegetation is virtually non-existent.
    The darkness also tempts the carnivores out of their hiding places.
    As a demonstration of its split personality, at night a truce for the animals is declared in the unbearable drought of Shaba. The clear skies are lit with millions of stars stretching to infinity and a serene beauty engulfs the tortured savannah, turning it for a moment into a place of dreams, a mirage in the heart of the kingdom of thorns.

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    The little warthogs are only a few days old, and their only task during these first weeks will be to exercise in order to acquire the speed and strength which will enable them to flee from hunters.
    Wrestling matches, or football with a pat of elephant dung form part of their training. Anything will do if it serves to make them faster and stronger. Because it will not be long before the savannah puts them to the test.

    In the shade of an acacia, a cheetah watches over a nearby group of oryxes. The oryxes are too strong for him, but at this time of year are always young calves,
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    The cheetah has not even had the chance to test out its prodigious speed. There are many adults in the group and it knows that when it comes to defending its young, an oryx is capable of killing even a lion, so he abandons the attempt, and returns to his slow wanderings in search of more accessible prey.

    During the short rains, between december and february, there are frequent storms at nightfall.
    The climate mellows and the heat of the day gives way to fresh, humid air; the temperature the large hunters have been waiting for to go into action.

    Night falls over the Ewaso Ngiro. Along the dark banks, long shadows emerge from the water
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    Lions have eyes that can see in the dark. Under cover of the shadows, a mother and her young from the previous year lie in wait for the herbivores, guided by the sounds coming from the thicket.

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  • Shaba. River Bank | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    The river bank is the meeting place for the majority of the species of Shaba. In the course of the day, many of the animals of the savannah come here to drink. Elephants need between 80 and 160 litres of water a day, and the adult males can drink twice this amount, so they must always have water sources available.
    The banks of the Ewaso Ngiro, whose waters are now high and stable, every day attract large herds of pachyderms. The adults can drink and bathe, and the young can wallow in the mud, protected by a forest of colossal legs.
    Today the region that comprises the reserves of Shaba, Samburu and Buffalo Springs is home to the largest herds of elephants in East Africa.

    With the heat of the sun, the large Nile crocodiles have returned to the water. On one of the banks, a group of Grevy’s zebras are slaking their thirst, and the appearance of a young colt attracts the great saurians. The crocodiles are silent in the current of the Ewaso, and when they submerge they become invisible. But the zebras are on permanent alert, and the shallowness of the river is a factor in their favour.

    The baboons, too, who have remained in this region all year, thrive in the shade of the forest along the river banks. The dominant males never lower their guard. The hunters also know that sooner or later their prey will come to drink, and in the strip of forest there are frequent ambushes.

    Among the shadows of this same forest, just a short distance from the baboons, two Kirk’s dik-diks nervously keep watch as they eat.
    The leopards spend most of the day hiding in the boughs of the acacia,where their mottled skin makes them invisible. But when the sun goes down, when the shadows creep over the savannah, they come down from the branches to begin their hunting rounds.

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  • The King of the wild | Full Lion Documentary | 2020

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  • Botswana 2020 Highlights - Long Version

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    Highlights from our March 2020 visit to Lebala Camp, Machaba Camp and Splash Camp in Botswana's Okavango Delta.

  • Wildlife - Lion Pride Wild Documentary 2020

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  • The Genies of the River - Now in Hight Quality!

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    The Malian women hold trade along the Niger River. From Mopti to the legendary city of Timbuktu, this chapter accompanies a law student, Fanta Diallo, who aims to achieve sufficient revenues to complete his studies in France. Through her and other women who are on her way (pottery artisans, the Peul ethnic shepherdess, street vendors...) the situation of women in Malian society is analyzed.

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  • Nat Geo Wild Lion Documentary - Bound By Blood - Nature Documentary HD

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  • Full Documentary | Forerunners of the Inca - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    We traveled to the Bolivian altiplano plateau for the first pre-Inca cultures. We crossed Lake Titicaca, walked through the arid Peruvian coast, we visited the oldest archaeological sites, witness rituals led by shamans and know the looters and grave robbers. Know everything that happened centuries before the Incas to become the lords of the Andes absorbing all previous cultures.
    00:50 From the ruins of the former settlements of the Inca and Tiwanaku cultures, on lake Titicaca, the Cayahualla priests worship Tata Inti, the Sun God.
    The Tiwanaku culture appeared in about the fourth century AD, on the Bolivian plateau, just a few kilometres from the shores of Lake Titicaca.
    04:13 On the islands of the Sun and Moon, we find numerous ruins of Tiwanaku origin, and which were later occupied by the Incas. The ancient mystical observatories are still used by the shaman in their ceremonies of invocation and meditation.
    06:24 The majority of the coast of Peru is dry desert land. Nonetheless, this inhospitable land was the birth place of great civilisations, . this is the case of the Chimú culture who constructed irrigation channels, and created gardens in the desert. With their advanced techniques, they developed agricultural societies capable of supporting large numbers of inhabitants. The Chimú culture built cities like this one, Chanchán, perhaps the largest city in the world at the time, with around 100,000 inhabitants.
    08:00 Still today, the fishermen along the coast of northern Peru use these boats, called “cattail horses”, to work the fishing grounds close to the shore. The cattail is a type of reed or bulrush which grows in the marshlands. Once it is cut and dried in the sun, it becomes tough and flexible, very resistant, and waterproof. At dawn, the fishermen set out to sea, expertly maintaining their balance as they ride the waves, using the most ancient of all surfing techniques.
    11:02 The anthropomorphic face of the ‘Slitter of Men’s Throats’, at the Tomb, or ‘Huaca’ of the Moon, introduces us to the Moche culture, which flourished along these same coastal valleys, before the Chimú empire, from 200 BC to 700 AD.
    15:22 The ‘San Pedro’ is a cactus which contains a powerful alkali with relaxant and hallucinatory properties mescaline, a mind-altering substance which induces a profound state of trance, also known as peyote. In the dark of night, and presided over by the shaman, rituals are held, at which they ingest the San Pedro.

    21:34 The collection of over 16,000 skulls in the Archaeological museum in Lima makes it possible to study the pathology of these ancient cultures. These Nasca and Paraca skulls were subjected to a traumatic deformation, apparently simply for aesthetic reasons. A long, thin skull was a symbol of the upper class.
    25:28 The discovery of the Tomb of the Lord of Sipan, a former president of Peru, was the most important archaeological discovery of America in the last decades.
    30:00 These objects are made of gold, and come from the tomb of the Lord of Sipan. The police seized them from the grave robber Ernil Bernal, and they provided the clue for the archaelogist Walter Alva to discover this extraordinary Moche mausoleum.
    30:32 The ‘Huaca Rajada’, the ‘Cracked Tomb’, is the burial complex of the Lord of Sipan. Excavations are still going on at this extraordinary find.
    37:16 Every night, under cover of darkness, the robbers continue to find treasures, raiding the tombs of the Moche, Chimu, Chancay, Paracas, Nasca…The treasures they unearth are bought for pitiful sums by unscrupulous merchants, and sold on the black market.
    41:00 We are leaving the coast and heading east, to discover the Chachapoya culture. We can see the ancient walls of their settlements along the cliffs and crags, totally inaccessible. Without a doubt, Kuelap is the most astonishing of all the Chachapoya cities. On the sacred mountain of La Petaca, there are over one hundred tombs in which they laid to rest their mummified dead. It is not known how they were able to construct them high up on the sheer rock face. The Chachapoya mummies are the product of a relatively sophisticated process.
    49:21 And finally, the Incas arrived! Their Empire, the Tahuantinsuyo, extended from what is now Ecuador, to Argentina and Chile, absorbing all previous cultures. They became the masters of the Andes. They built astonishing cities, like the sacred Machupichu, abandoned since the arrival of the Spanish.

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  • Sekekama: The Colossal King | Savage Kingdom

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    Sekekama, king of the marsh lion pride, uses brute force to defend his family's lands against murderous enemies.
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  • Lions pride, Nature, Strike Force! 2018 HD Documentary.

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    Lions pride, Nature, Strike Force! (Part 5 )2018 HD Documentary.
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  • Full Documentary: Cuba, Natural Paradise

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    The Cuban mangrove forest is still an unknown world concealing biological mysteries and treasures which will astonish the world; a forgotten paradise ruled over by an impenetrable hell of dangerous crocodiles, manatees, reptiles, birds, hutia, marshy labyrinths, myriads of mosquitoes and .
    Science has not yet studied the complexity of its creatures and the balance of its ecosystems. And that is part of the charm of the Cuban mangrove forest, knowing that it remains exactly as it always has been, impenetrable, solitary, virgin. It is such a complex world that virtually nothing is known about it. And nonetheless, all its strength and complexity, all its biodiversity and richness, are due to tiny, intrepid travellers that still today, faithful to their spirit, continue to set out on anonymous journeys, crossing the sea and sowing the seeds of paradise.

    The mangrove’s success in colonising is due both to its extraordinary evolutionary adaptations, making it possible to live in an acid, briny environment, and to its incredible method of reproduction.
    When the mangroves reproduce, they develop what will be the most astonishing means of genetic expansion, colonisers equipped to travel vast distances: their seeds.

    A coral world surrounds the Cuban archipelago.
    Enormous coral structures, the result of thousands of years of patient calcareous construction, constitute the reefs which fill the coasts of Cuba with life. The coral reef is composed of millions of tiny filtering polyps capable of turning the solar energy and the scarce nutrients in the water into organic matter available for other organisms in the coral community. Starting with them, the chain becomes increasingly complex, and thousand of different life forms develop, from the fragile invertebrates to the most highly-evolved, complex fish.

  • Shaba: God and Devils land

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    In an increasingly interconnected world, it's hard to imagine that faraway regions of the earth are still untouched by occidental influence; places that still follows ancestral laws of their own individual past.

    These are lost worlds, untouched corners, virgin forests, hiding places with archaeological ruins from ancient civilizations now inhabited by aboriginal races jealous of their culture and traditions.

    Australia, The Ivory Coast, Borneo, Alaska, Madagascar or Laos are just some of these places which are sheltering in their inner culture mysterious and forgotten spaces.

  • Circle of Life. Shaba | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    The time of the hunters has arrived.

    The animals retire to their night-time ride away. Life on the savannah offers no truces. And the night of Shaba fills with living shadows, prowling around in the eternal game of life and death. Another leopard emerges from the shadows, and the couple continues its silent round. Then, the male detects a furtive movement in a tree alongside the Ewaso Ngiro, and the hunt begins. The leopard knows there is something alive in the tree, and that there is no escape for it.
    Beneath the branches runs a river full of dangers and to reach the ground the prey has to reveal itself.
    It is now just a question of time, and beneath the attentive gaze of his companion, the hunter gets ready to attack. A last movement reveals a monitor lizard, provoking a reaction from the leopard. For the terrified lizard, this will be its last night on earth.

    And again two shadows melt into the night, combining beauty and death beneath the starry sky of Shaba.
    Shaba is a fascinating land beyond the influence of man; a world in which life is a series of stark contrasts; where hardship gives rise to beauty and survival imposes constant tests. And it is precisely the harshness of its conditions that makes this land a world apart, an exclusive paradise for its survivors.
    With the return of the dry season, Shaba goes back to the beginning. Little by little drought sets in. And again God and the devil alternate until they become one and the same, with no beginning or end, in the perpetual circle of life.

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  • Mating. Shaba Animals | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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  • Traveler Soul | Chapter 4 - Full Documentary

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    The Soul Traveling documentary series offers a new way to discover the wonderful heritage accumulated over centuries of life on our planet.

    In the fourth chapter of the documentary we see;
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    Borneo Orangutan
    The Masai people in Kenya and Tanzania
    Whales in Valdes Peninsula in Argentina
    Papua-Nueva Guinea tribe
    The odyssey of the salmon in Alaska

  • When the Devil Hunts Gods Children 1

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  • Life at Stake | Full Documentary

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    Extremadura is located in the south of Europe, in the Iberian Peninsula. It is a region of contrasts where 2,400-meter mountain tops blend with landscapes so diverse as the meadow, the Mediterranean forest, fertile valleys, wetlands and never-ending plains. This land is the ideal place to contemplate nature’s daily rhythm. Thousands of species of insects, reptiles, birds and mammals live in this wild paradise under the laws of nature.

    The game of life has a wonderful dramatic quality and reflects a basic natural law- to live or to die, to eat or to be eaten- a concept neither primitive nor cruel. It is good from a realistic viewpoint because it serves life itself, a life that begins at ground level
    This is the true story of life and death where the animals have only two goals, survive and procreate to maintain always-pounding game of life.

  • Shaba. Drought in Savannah | Nature - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    We are still in kenia, and continue one more day without water in savannah.

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    During the early hours of the day, the animals take advantage of the lingering cool of the night to carry out their daily activities, before the heat makes all movement impossible.

    This group of elephants has found the last green patches along the slopes of a karst hill where the limestone rock has retained the water. The elephants move constantly in search of water and food, and now, with the plants parched and withered,
    they need to travel even longer distances to get the 200 kg of vegetable matter they consume every day.

    Among the baboons, too, the family structure is the key making it possible for them to remain in Shaba even during the severest droughts.
    While many species leave, the baboons remain, and even manage to raise their young. Their diet is so varied they will eat virtually anything, and among the dry grasses, the scorched stones and the tree bark,
    it is always possible to find bulbs, insects, small rodents or some reptile of the savannah.
    Each member of the family contributes to the survival of the group, tasks being shared out for the common good. They all work together in the search for food and water, they are all aware of the precarious situation in which they live; or almost all.

    Illness has defeated an elephant weakened by the lack of water and the precariousness of its diet. Its body is now scorched leather. The folds of its skin are like wrinkled mountains of a landscape tormented by the drought. Even the most powerful succumb to the power of the sun. Hundreds of butterflies gather round the body, licking the skin and the ground impregnated with the salts and nutrients of the decomposing elephant. In Shaba nothing goes to waste. Death generates life; the circle is complete. And again god and the devil appear by turns, becoming cycle.

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  • Wild buffalo in Wood Buffalo National Park - Full Documentary

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    The Wood Buffalo national park covers an area of 44,900km2. In Wood Buffalo there are 47 species of mammals, most of which are typical of the boreal forest, and a much larger number of birds. This number is increased by seasonal migrations.
    The origin of the national park, as its name suggests, is due principally to the wood buffalo. There is a population of around 6,000 wood buffaloes, the largest herd of these animals that exists in the wild in the world.

    The Buffalo originated in Eurasia where it was hunted by Palaeolithic man. The decline of the Wood Buffalo was not due to hunting, as was the case of its relative from the plains. For some unknown reason it was at the point of extinction at the beginning of the century, and to try to prevent this, the Wood Buffalo national park was created in 1922. Then it sheltered a population of 1,500 buffaloes. The government had settled a group of plains buffaloes, the other subspecies, in the Elk Island national park, near Wood Buffalo. There, the buffalo population multiplied in a few years and outgrew the limits of population that the park could sustain, with the result that 6,673 of them were transferred to Wood Buffalo between 1925 and 1928 with disastrous consequences.

    The plains buffaloes from this area infected the wood buffaloes with bovine brucellosis and tuberculosis. In addition, the two subspecies of buffaloes started cross-breeding until the pure-blooded wood buffalo seemed to have been lost. By the middle of the century, the loss of the wood buffalo subspecies was taken for granted and the worst thing was that those in charge of wildlife protection and conservation had been responsible for it.

    Fortunately, a small herd of wood buffaloes which had not come into contact with the plains buffaloes was discovered in a remote corner of the park in 1958. Immediately measures were taken to avoid cross-breeding and animals were sent to different reserves so as to minimise risks. This small group had saved the wood buffalo from extinction.

    Since 1970, the wood buffalo population in Wood Buffalo park seems to have gone down gradually, while in other nearby areas, like the Mackenzie buffalo reserve or the Elk Island national park, it has increased considerably. Even so, the largest group is still here in Wood Buffalo.
    Within the park, wolves are the buffaloes’ only predators and it is thanks to them that there is a healthy buffalo population. However, the movement of large herds affects an infinite number of lesser species which share the plains with them.

    Wood Buffalo national park is in a remote area of Alberta and the North-West Territories where access is difficult. Few visitors manage to penetrate its gigantic frontiers to marvel at the wild natural life inside. And the wood buffalo a relic of times gone by, is still completely unknown to most of them.

  • Vision for Africa short documentary

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  • MelVee Sabbath School || Q4 2016 Ln 3 || The Book of Job || Does Job Fear God for Naught?

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    This week the MelVee Sabbath School guest panelists (featuring Shaun Ryan as anchor, Bruce Mutaurwa Khumbulani Mpofu) continue to discuss the first two chapters of Job. This week the focus of Lesson 3 which is on the question posed by Satan questioning if, Job Feared God For Nothing? So Satan reckoned that if only Job's material social and health blessings were removed, he would cease to worship God. he also leveraged Job's relationships (marriage and friends) to bring about further mental torture to Job in a bid to get him to renounce his God.

    It is quite captivating that God did not ask if Satan saw Job's wealth, his esteemed profile as a socialite or philanthropist, his education or beautiful family and very spiritual friends. That all does not matter to God. What really matters is integrity or perfection that is built on the foundation of absolute trust in God and not riches, prosperity or any such blessings that perish by use.

    The BIG question in the controversy is CAN FALLEN MEN OF TODAY BE PERFECT BEFORE God? Well lets first answer the question, whether Job was PERFECT? If so, can we, post-mordern, 21st Century Christians also be perfect before God?

    The Bible simply says, There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was PERFECT and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil. (Job 1:1). Also consider 1. Genesis 6:9 ( Noah); Genesis 17:1 (Abraham ); Deuteronomy 18:13 (Israel) 2 Samuel 22:31-33 (David); Matthew 5:48 (Jesus) 6. John 17:22-23 (Lord’s Prayer) and 1 Peter 5:10 (Peter)

    Matthew 5:8 says, blessed are the PURE in heart forbthey shall see God. It seems both the Old and New Testament God demands PERFECTION. Job was PERFECT we can be PERFECT. Take note of this SOP statement:

    Success in this life, success in gaining the future life, depends upon a faithful, conscientious attention to the little things. Perfection is seen in the least, no less than in the greatest, of the works of God. The hand that hung the worlds in space is the hand that wrought with delicate skill the lilies of the field. And as God is perfect in his sphere, so we are to be perfect in ours. The symmetrical structure of a strong, beautiful character is built up by individual acts of duty. And faithfulness should characterize our life in the least as well as in the greatest of its details. Integrity in little things, the performance of little acts of fidelity and little deeds of kindness, will gladden the path of life; and when our work on earth is ended, it will be found that every one of the little duties faithfully performed, has exerted an influence for good,—an influence that can never perish. CE 217.

    In this lesson we get a whole new dimension of reality on this subject - a glimpse of the great controversy between Christ and Satan. We also get consolation of understanding the world that we live in, a world that so often baffles, dazes, even frightens us with what it tosses our way.

    This discussion will show you that this great controversy is not merely someone else’s fight, that you have nothing to do with. Its skin-to-skin, up-close and personal in your daily chores. The pronouncement was made, “Woe to the inhabitants of the earth and the sea! For the devil has come down to you, having great wrath, because he knows that he has a short time.” (Rev. 12:12 - NKJV). Satan has come down to the earth and to the sea, and we know for ourselves that his wrath is indeed great. Who among us, as flesh, hasn’t felt that wrath?

    Find out how you can be perfect. Be ye perfect as your father in heaven is perfect.

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  • Tasmania: Timid Devils and Ghost Tigers

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    The island of Tasmania was separated thirteen thousand years ago from the australian continent. Its isolation preserved her from the desertification that hit the continent making it the ultimate biological reserve Gondwana. Tasmania has became the home of species such as marsupials displaced by the rest of the planet.

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