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  • In The Sahara Desert: Land of Fear | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The Sahara is the biggest desert on earth. It takes its name from the Arab word for emptiness. In the dead heart of that emptiness there's a place called the Tenere. The Tenere takes its name from the Tuareg word for nothing. A nothing the size of France in the middle of an emptiness the size of the United States. It's no wonder the locals call this place The Land Of Fear”. David Adams retraces the trade routes of the people who call this stove-hot corner of the planet home.

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  • In The Sahara Desert: Land of Fear/Full Documentary in Hindi

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    The Sahara is the biggest desert on earth. It takes its name from the Arab word for emptiness. In the dead heart of that emptiness there's a place called the tenere. The tenere takes its name from the Tuareg word for nothing. A nothing the size of France in the middle of an emptiness the size of the united states. It is no wondor the local call this place The Land Of Fear. David Adams retraces the trade routes of the people who call this stove hot corner of the planet home



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  • Libyas Forbidden Deserts | Full Documentary | TRACKS

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    The vast desert country veiled from the East by fear, prejudice and misunderstanding. Adams follows in the wheel tracks of Ancient Rome's 'chariots of fire' - the first wheeled vehicles to cross the Sahara and discover a little-known land of exotic brilliance, ancient cities and forbidding deserts.

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  • Faces of Africa - The Sahara

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    The Sahara is one of the largest and hottest deserts in the world, covering much of North Africa.
    The Saharan nomads are famous for their skillful survival, adaptive nature and efficient utilization of the minimal resources at their disposal.

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  • Deadly Oasis In The Sahara Desert

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  • Niger: The Land Of Fear With David Adams | Absolute History

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    The Sahara is the biggest desert on earth ... it takes its name from the Arab word for emptiness. In the dead heart of that emptiness there's a place called the Tenere. The Tenere takes its name from the Tuareg word for nothing. A nothing the size of France in the middle of an emptiness the size of the United States. It's no wonder the locals call this place The Land Of Fear”. David Adams retraces the trade routes of the people who call this stove-hot corner of the planet home.

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  • Secrets of the Sahara: Niger’s Rapid Growing Population | Sahara | TRACKS

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    Sahara is documental series that explores how western interference in the regions surrounding the desert affects those who live there.

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    The Sahara is one of the largest and hottest deserts in the world, covering much of North Africa.
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  • Swallows Searching for Water in the Deadly Sahara Desert |Africa | BBC Earth

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    These Swallows' superb sense of direction take them to a much needed ocean of blue amongst the desert but on closer inspection, not is all at it seems. Taken from Africa. Subscribe:

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  • The Sahara Deserts Scorching Heat | How the Earth Was Made | Full Episode | History

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  • in the sahara desert: land of fear | 2020 review | tracks

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    Sahara largest desert in the world. Filling nearly all of northern Africa it measures approximately 3 000 miles (4 800 km) from east to west and between 800 and 1 200 miles from north to south and has a total area of some 3 320 000 square miles (8 600 000 square km); the actual area varies as the desert expands and contracts over time. The Sahara is bordered in the west by the Atlantic Ocean in the north by the Atlas Mountains and Mediterranean Sea in the east by the Red Sea and in the south by the Sahel—a semiarid region that forms a transitional zone between the Sahara to the north and the belt of humid savannas to the south.
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  • Nomads Land | 2020 Documentary Film

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    Nomads' Land is a short documentary that explores the decline of the nomadic way of life in the Amazigh people of North Africa. The story is told through Said, who comes from a traditional Amazigh - Tuareg family that once roamed the Sahara. Subject to economic, religious and geographical pressure, Said has recently chosen to settle down in a village on the edge of the Sahara, an increasingly common move by nomadic Amazigh families.


    The last of the Imazighen (ⵉⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵏ) still roam the Sahara Desert - but for how long? Living on the other side of the Atlas Mountains, it is no exaggeration to say that everybody admires Said in Tagounite - his life of hard-work, loss, triumph and hope. He has had to face drastic changes happening to his community, all while trying to restore his ancestral home. Nomad’s Land explores the reasons behind the exodus leading nomads away from the desert to the cities in a documentary about the forgotten Berbers of Morocco.


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  • Life of Sahara Desert Documentary اُردُو / ‎हिन्दी

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    This Video is the Complete Documentary on Sahara Desert in Urdu / Hindi.

    The Sahara ('the Greatest Desert') is a desert on the African continent. With an area of 9,200,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi), it is the largest hot desert in the world.

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  • Wild Arabia - Hidden Deep in the Desert | Wonders of the Wildlife

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    Arabian Desert | Animals | Valley Wildlife

    Many are not aware about the diverse wildlife that is found in Saudi Arabia.
    Many of these species have adapted to the Arabian climate over the years and are only found in Arabia in the wild.

    The animal life in Saudi Arabia is very limited due to the desert climate and most of the animals live either off the coast in the seas or in the southwest where there is more greenery. The most notable mammal in the country is the camel although smaller mammals also exist like the ibex goat hyena and smaller mammals and rodents. The sea life is primarily limited to the Persian Gulf and Red Sea as these two seas contain incredible sea life and the Red Sea also boasts a number of great corals which only add to the animal diversity.

    Among the birds in Saudi Arabia most only pass by on their migratory route but the number of birds on this migratory route is incredibly large. Among the most common birds are flamingos pelicans pigeons and buzzards. There are few amphibians in the country but a number of reptiles including lizards and snakes

    Most of the endemic wildlife is found in the southern part of the country in the mountainous region. The region is the most verdant in the country largely due to the cooler temperatures and moisture-laden air.

    Within the Arabian desert mountains the occasional waterhole can be found word for valley. Explores these lifelines in the desert.

  • Secret Files on The Eye of The Sahara & The Lost Ancient City of Atlantis | Richat Structure Africa

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  • Agadez: Where desert journey from Africa to Europe begins - BBC News

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    More than 13,000 people have made the dangerous journey from North Africa to Italy across the Mediterranean this year. Thousands have drowned doing so. Before they even get to the boats in Libya, many will have travelled for up to 6 days in the Sahara, in extreme temperatures. The starting point in the desert trek is Agadez, in Niger. The BBC's Thomas Fessy has just been there.
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  • Something Huge Is Hidden Beneath the Sahara Desert

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    Hey guys! If you like to learn new things about ancient people, prehistoric times, and anything connected with Earth's climate in the past, check this out. In 2010, fossilized fish was uncovered 250 miles west of the Nile river, where the Sahara Desert was as arid as ever. This chance finding led scientists to believe there could’ve been sea where the Sahara is now, so they conducted a geological survey of the area. And it yielded unexpected results: they found evidence of something huge under the sands, and it wasn’t part of any sea at all.

    For several months, the research continued with GPS equipment on land, and later, when all the ground data was collected, scientists took a look at the area from a satellite. The view was astounding! Actually, in this area, ancient human settlements had been found previously, and now the researchers finally had the answer as to why exactly they had chosen those spots to live. By the way, did you know that whales had once been land animals that evolved into marine ones? We’ll talk about that too!

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  • The Coming of the Rains || The Big Dry - HD.

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    The Big Dry: Series 1- Episode 3of3
    The Luangwa Valley in Zambia is one of Africa’s last great wildernesses. A rich mosaic of ebony forests and grassy plains, it’s home to a vast array of colourful species including carmine-bee-eaters, hyenas, lions, vultures, crocodiles and insects such as praying mantis. This series follows the challenges the valley’s wildlife must overcome during the long dry season as they await the life-giving rains.

    1/ The Drought Begins
    The Luangwa Valley in Zambia experiences one of the toughest dry seasons imaginable. Seven months with no rain and spiralling temperatures. And with this year’s El Nino conditions the drought is threatening to be even more intense than usual.

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  • The Okavango Delta - Okavango River | Africa Predators

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    The Okavango Delta is one of Botswana’s most iconic Predators In the world. The world’s largest inland delta is a maze of winding waterways lagoons and lakes and is home to abundant and diverse wildlife; all sustained by the cool blue waters of the delta.

    Okavango Delta Wildlife
    The Okavango Delta supports large concentrations of animals on both a permanent and seasonal basis. Through careful wildlife management it has become perhaps one of the best places to see animals and birds in Africa.
    There is a dynamic seasonal shift of animals between the arid region that surrounds the delta and the Okavango Delta itself. During the wet season most large animals move away from the delta to take advantage of the lush grazing that surrounds it. As this grazing begins to die in the winter animals move back to the delta. A myriad of species are found within the delta including African Bush Elephant African Buffalo Hippopotamus Lechwe Topi Blue Wildebeest Giraffe Nile crocodile Lion Cheetah Leopard Brown Hyena Spotted Hyena Greater Kudu Sable Antelope Black Rhinoceros White Rhinoceros Plains Zebra Warthog and Chacma Baboon. Notably the endangered African Wild Dog still survives within the Okavango Delta and exihibits one of the richest pack densities in Africa.
    In addition to the large animals the Okavango Delta also supports over 500 species of birds and 85 recorded species of fish including Tigerfish Tilapia and Catfish.

  • 1,700 People Live In An Underground Village In The Desert

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    Nearly 1,700 People Live Underground In The Australian Desert, But Why? ???????????? Would you sleep underground in the middle of this desert? This is what nearly 1,700 people do every night. In the Australian desert—where temperatures reach almost 120°F (50°C) during the day and plummet to freezing cold levels at night—there are 1,762 people who live completely underground. But why?

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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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  • Can A Desert Be Reclaimed For Human Habitation?

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    The Gobi Desert's Sand Warriors: The Gobi desert in central China is becoming increasingly barren, forcing resident farmers and their families into towns, with serious ecological consequences.

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    The whole ecosystem is in danger, states Li Hong Jun, a Gobi resident. Though his family have left, Li refuses to abandon his ancestors' lifestyle. Despite horrific sandstorms and arid soil, Han Meifei is among those seeking to rejuvenate the land. His innovative procedures have developed ways of growing plants without water, preventing the dry desert from spreading, and preserving the seeds of plants close to extinction for a greener future.

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  • The Hyenas That Rule The Great Salt Lakes | Ghosts Of The Great Salt Lake | Real Wild

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    Follow brown hyenas as they survive in an inhospitable landscape.

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  • Sahara Desert - What Is Hidden Under The Sand of Sahara?

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    Sahara Desert - What is hidden under the sand of Sahara?

    The Sahara is the largest desert in the world and hides many attractions. More than 9 million square miles of sand and sharp bare rocks, with only a few desert bushes and faint grass, all shrouded in the eerie silence that is interrupted from time to time by desert storms. Thus, from the earliest times, the Sahara has been a frightening and dangerous terrain.

    Despite all that, Sahara is a place that every true traveler should add to their list of places to see for life because the desert area of ​​the Sahara hides a number of attractions that you should not miss to discover.

    The Sahara occupies 8% of the Earth's surface. But what is under it? Stay with us till the end of the video and find out that... and all the amazing facts about the largest desert in the world!

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  • Aksumites, Ethiopias Ancient And Sophisticated Hidden Civilization | African Renaissance | TRACKS

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    In Ethiopia, Afua Hirsch traces a proud 3,000-year history as significant as any civilisation in the west. A beacon for the black diaspora, Ethiopia's story is one of defiant independence, of kings and communists.

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  • Farming the Desert - How To Turn The Desert Green

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    Farming the Desert - How To Turn The Desert Green

    For once there is some good news from Africa. Farmers are reclaiming the desert, turning the barren wastelands of the Sahel region on the Sahara’s southern edge into green, productive farmland.

    Satellite images taken this year and 20 years ago show that the desert is in retreat thanks to a resurgence of trees. They are mainly ana trees (Faidherbia albida), a type of acacia. Wherever the trees grow, farming can resume.

    Tree planting has led to the re-greening of as much as 3 million hectares of land in Niger, enabling some 250,000 hectares to be farmed again. The land became barren in the 1970s and early 1980s through poor management and felling of trees for firewood, but since the mid-1980s farmers in parts of Niger have been protecting them instead of chopping them down.

    The results have been staggering, says Chris Reij of the Free University Amsterdam in the Netherlands, who presented the results at the From Desert to Oasis symposium in Niamey, Niger, last month. In areas where 20 years ago there was barely a tree, there are now between 50 and 100 per hectare. The change is particularly striking in the previously barren Zinder region to the south.

    “Where 20 years ago there was barely a tree, there are now 50 to 100 per hectare. Production of cereals has soared”
    Trees create a virtuous circle of benefits. Leaves and fruits provide food, fodder and organic matter to fortify the soil. More livestock means more manure, which further enriches the soil enabling crops to be grown, and spreads tree seeds so new trees grow. The trees also provide shelter for crops and help prevent soil erosion. In times of drought, firewood can be sold and food purchased to tide families over.

    Coupled with simple measures such as ditches and holes to catch scarce rainwater and save it for irrigation, the programmes are helping communities in Niger re-establish control over their fate, simultaneously halting the march of the desert and helping to prevent famines like the one that hit Niger in July 2005.

    “The spiral of degradation has been reversed,” says Reij. “Since the middle of the 1980s, at least 250,000 hectares of strongly degraded land have been rehabilitated.” Production of cereals such as millet and sorghum have soared by between 20 and 85 per cent since 1984 as a result, Reij says, and vegetable production has quadrupled.

    Growing desertification caused by climate change is eating into agricultural land across the world, threatening the communities depending on crops to survive. In Mali, an initiative is trying to turn deserts green again.

    The “Great Green Wall” Didn’t Stop Desertification, but it Evolved Into Something That Might

    The Sahel spans 3,360 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean, a belt stretching across the southern edge of the Sahara. Rainfall is low, from four to 24 inches per year, and droughts are frequent. Climate change means greater extremes of rainfall as the population skyrockets in the region, one of the poorest in the world. Food security is an urgent concern. By 2050, the population could leap to 340 million, up from 30 million in 1950 and 135 million today.

    Reij, now based in Amsterdam, began working in the Sahel when the soil literally was blowing away during dust storms. After years away, Reij returned to Niger and Burkina Faso in the summer of 2004. He was stunned by what he saw, green where there had been nothing but tan, denuded land. He quickly secured funding for the first of several studies looking at farming in villages throughout Burkina Faso and Niger.

    For help, he called on another veteran of Africa, Gray Tappan, a geographer with the U.S. Geological Survey's West Africa Land Use and Land Cover Trends Project. Flying over villages and then driving from one to the other, Tappan says they were “charmed” by what they saw. On the ground, they couldn’t see villages from a distance because there was too much vegetation.

    Over two years traveling through Burkina Faso and Niger, they uncovered a remarkable metamorphosis. Hundreds of thousands of farmers had embraced ingenious modifications of traditional agriculture practices, transforming large swaths into productive land, improving food and fuel production for about 3 million people.

    This regreening went on under our radar, everyone's radar, because we weren't using detailed enough satellite imagery. We were looking at general land use patterns, but we couldn't see the trees, Tappan says. When we began to do aerial photography and field surveys, then we realized, boy, there is something very, very special going on here. These landscapes are really being transformed.

    Yacouba Sawadogo, the African farmer who stopped the desert

    Reforestation and soil conservation. This is how Yacouba Sawadogo, a simple farmer, and his family solved the desertification crisis in his village.

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  • Deadliest Roads | Brazil | Free Documentary

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    World's Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys in Brazil in 2008
    Meet 14 year old Jesse. Like the other riberinhos, or river dwellers, he could swim and paddle before he could walk. Helped by children as young as five, he rows for hours a day, risking death trying to fasten his tiny canoes onto the fast moving tourist boats. The children hope to earn a few pennies for their family, plying jungle delicacies to the passengers and crew. But one day, during the making of this film, Jesse pushed his luck too far.
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    This is a timeline slideshow of the Greening The Desert Project, Jordan, a labor of love that began in 2009 and is now in its tenth year. The site, as you’ll see, was carved from barren rock and has been transformed. It began with contour swales and a lot of organic matter. Small mulch pits were set in holes next to the spiky pioneer trees that would help to rejuvenate the soil, and gravity-fed irrigation hoses were run to each pit and tree. Next, permanent buildings were built for energy-efficiency, with straw bale walls on the sun and western sides, to insulate them from the heat, and mudbrick walls constructed on the shade and eastern sides to bank the cool air.

    Within a couple of years, the pioneer trees were doing well, and hardy productive trees and more diverse support species started being introduced. Reed beds were installed to filter the greywater for use in the food forest, and worm farms were built from old bathtubs to add fertility. Large mulch pits were dug throughout the site and filled with the chopped up, thorny pioneer plants that helped to reinvigorate the soil. Then came wicking beds, the most water-efficient gardens yet. They built from old bulk liquid containers. With the worms in full flow and compost around, liquid fertilizer production—compost teas—got underway.

    Contour sunken bed gardens were introduced, as well as more productive fruit trees. Shade houses were built over the garden builds to mitigate the intense sun and evaporation. The chicken tractor on steroids started its reign as fertility king on site, producing one cubic meter of compost a week. Ten years in and the place looks like an oasis against its surroundings. We’ve been playing with rocket stoves, more wicking beds, more buildings, and more production, as well as volunteers and students from around the world.

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    Legend tells of a utopian kingdom hidden among the towering mountains of inner Asia. A paradise on Earth, yet a place apart. A place of spiritual contentment and eternal life. A place that’s become known to the West as Shangri-La. For century’s romantics, adventurers and the devout risked their lives searching for this heaven on Earth. Many perished in the quest. Those who returned told of a journey through hostile lands, of crossing treacherous mountain passes & desert gorges in their search for a valley where people live for hundreds of years. To this day its whereabouts remains a mystery...

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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.

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    No other river is as cloaked in mystery as the Nile and no other river rules the surrounding countryside through which it flows quite as much as the Nile.
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  • Explained | Worlds Water Crisis | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

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    In partnership with Vox Media Studios and Vox, this enlightening explainer series will take viewers deep inside a wide range of culturally relevant topics, questions, and ideas. Each episode will explore current events and social trends pulled from the zeitgeist, touching topics across politics, science, history and pop culture -- featuring interviews with some of the most authoritative experts in their respective fields.

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  • 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser: The Ultimate Off-Road SUV? Full Review

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  • On the banks of the Nile

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    This documentary presents us with opulent images of fabulous landscapes and fascinating people that make a living in the Nile valley, between optimism and tradition, with fantasy and creativity.

    No other river is as cloaked in mystery as the Nile and no other river rules the surrounding countryside through which it flows quite as much as the Nile.

    We experience the dawn of a great civilisation, whose buildings still cause us to stare in sheer astonishment to this very day.

  • Our Planet | From Deserts to Grasslands | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

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    Experience our planet's natural beauty and examine how climate change impacts all living creatures in this ambitious documentary of spectacular scope.

    In this episode: Cameras follow desert elephants seeking sustenance, bison roaming North American grasslands and caterpillars living the good life underground.

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  • Running out of Time | Documentary on Holistic Management

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    | This in-depth documentary explores Allan Savory and how he has used Holistic Management to completely transform his land in Zimbabwe. See more of our docs here:

    Holistic Management was made popular in Savory's 2013 Ted Talk, How to Fight Desertification and Reverse Climate Change.

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  • How to green the worlds deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory

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    Desertification is a fancy word for land that is turning to desert, begins Allan Savory in this quietly powerful talk. And terrifyingly, it's happening to about two-thirds of the world's grasslands, accelerating climate change and causing traditional grazing societies to descend into social chaos. Savory has devoted his life to stopping it. He now believes -- and his work so far shows -- that a surprising factor can protect grasslands and even reclaim degraded land that was once desert.

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  • Exploring the Sahara Desert | Sahara Desert Documentary | Nomads

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    Sahara, the land of fear and a little hope. One of the harshest and sizzling environments on the planet Earth. Sahara is the world's largest hot desert, stretches 9 million kilometers across northern Africa. Vast and merciless environment. Scientists estimate that the Sahara’s overall size has grown to be 10% larger than it was nearly a century ago, due to natural climate change.

    How much do you really know about this iconic landscape? It is a journey to learn what it takes to survive in a world made of sand.

    It takes its name from the Arabic word sahra, which means ‘desert’. Temperatures in Sahara can sizzle above 50 degrees Celsius during the daylight, and quickly drop below zero degrees Celsius at night. It may be one of the harshest environments on Earth, but the Sahara is home to a variety of wildlife that has adapted to a life of extremes. camels are one of the most iconic animals of the Sahara, and to be used for transportation in the desert. Yes. Ships of the desert.

    Some other animals are African wild dogs, Fennec fox, scarab beetles, goats, cheetah, gazelles, ostrich, and monitor lizards. More deadly critters include the deathstalker scorpion and the extremely venomous sand viper and many types of ants. They get water from the plants they eat. What? Plants in the desert? We think of deserts as hot, dry, barren, lifeless place.

    Despite the conditions, many plant species thrive in the Sahara. Each of these species developed adaptations to survive the staggering heat and dryness.

    The aridest parts of the desert are completely void of plant life,. but oasis areas, such as the Nile Valley, support a large variety of plants, including olive trees, date palms, and various shrubs and grasses.

    Last but not least. Sahara people. For centuries, people managed to survive in this hot, sun-baked land of sand dunes. This challenging landscape is home to the Berber people.

    They live a Nomadic lifestyle, who roam around the deserts. They are masters of adaptations, resilience, and efficiency which passed down to many generations.

    They constantly move from place to place with herds of sheep, goats, or camels searching for water, plants that can sustain them.
    Sahara's wells, oasis are the only source of water. They usually settle in or near an oasis. Some people raise crops on irrigated land.

    Nomads' life has always been hard and continues to be. They call it the land of fear and a little hope. Climbing the golden sand dunes is a classic experience.
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