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

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


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

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    If Lord Howe Island isn’t on your bucket list of places to see before you die then add it immediately.

    Lord Howe Island is a place that immediately gets under your skin. As I flew into the tiny airport and I saw Mount Gower looming over an island surrounded by gorgeous blue and emerald reefs, I knew this would be a special place.  

    They call Lord Howe Island the Galapagos of Australia. That’s partly because of its remoteness in the world, but also because of how that isolation has created a place of unrivaled outstanding beauty.

    And as if that isn’t enough to hammer home how amazing this place is, Lord Howe Island has just been voted as one of the top regions to travel to for 2020 in Lonely Planet's ‘Best in Travel’ list.

    From being in the shadows of places like Hamilton Island and Magnetic Island in Australia, all of a sudden Lord Howe is front of stage in the spotlight. And here’s why.

    Take a look at my video showcasing some of the best things to do on Lord Howe Island and you’ll see what I mean!

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  • A Scary Island That Has Been Keeping a Secret for 80 Years


    Our story begins in the Tasman Sea, the body of water between Australia and New Zealand. It’s exactly here where the Lord Howe Island Group had been lying unperturbed until 1788. That year changed everything in the history of this lost place as British lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball discovered the central island of this group as he was on his way to nearby Norfolk Island. Having fulfilled his mission, Ball was heading home when he decided to claim a newly-uncovered territory for his country. At that time, nobody could’ve imagined the surprises this island would have in store for people decades later!
    After Ball’s discovery, permanent settlements had already been established on the main island by 1834. Despite being just 6.2 miles long, Lord Howe Island represented (and still represents) an idyllic picture of a tropical paradise. As for the rest of the islands belonging to this group, they were mostly rocky volcanic landmasses.

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  • LORD HOWE ISLAND in Stunning 4K


    Thinking about traveling to Lord Howe Island for your next holiday? Be sure to check out this video which includes 4K cinematic footage (snorkeling, biking, hiking, etc.) from across the island filmed on my GoPro Hero 9!

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  • How to Travel Lord Howe Island 4K


    Located just short of two hours by plane from Sydney, Lord Howe Island is an amazing holiday destination. Across the island there’s so much to do — snorkeling, hiking, and much more! Hope you enjoy the video and be sure to follow me on the Channels below!

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  • Exploring Lord Howe Island: What Lies Between Australia And New Zealand | TRACKS


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  • Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia, part 1, East


    Martin begins his odyssey by flying 600 kilometers east over the Pacific Ocean to Lord Howe Island. It's his first experience of Australia's remote island communities: the pace of life is slow and the population is a steady 350. Jack Shick introduces Martin to the treasures of a place that was untouched by humans until Europeans accidentally stumbled across it in 1788, just three weeks after the first mainland colony was founded where Sydney is today.

  • New Zealand, Nature & Culture


    Two main islands covered with green hills or mountains with eternal snow, 60 million sheep for 4.5 million inhabitants, a population with a dual Maori and European culture, an immoderate taste for spectacular sports and the discovery of nature , all the facets of New Zealand are juxtaposed in Pierre Brouwers' film to finally make us discover this country at the end of the world. An exceptional journey, the images we dream of, a nature color film.
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    Go on a visual journey of Lord Howe Island and see all the amazing activities that are on offer for visitors to experience.

    Activities for visitors to Lord Howe Island include snorkelling through the Eye of Roach, diving at Ball's Pyramid, swimming with dolphins, fishing in the lagoon, exploring the rock pools and trekking to the summit of Lord Howe's highest peak, the majestic Mt Gower.

    Lord Howe Island is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage property and only 400 visitors are allowed on the island at a time.

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  • 12 Craziest Restaurants That Actually Exist


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    Who doesn't love to dine out in fancy, ambient places? After a week of working hard all day long, we deserve a night out with some delicious food in a relaxing environment with our favorite people. But sometimes, the restaurants have more to offer than just that. You might just end up choosing a place that has pretty unique stuff on the menu or even their theme. In the race to stand out amongst the heads of fine and dine places popping up every single day, some restaurants have adopted the craziest of ideas to keep the customers engage and interested.
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  • Lord Howe Island through Stephan Kleinleins Photography


    Lord Howe Island through Stephan Kleinlein's Photography a quick preview trailer of Stephan's new Photography Book. ORDER YOUR COPY HERE:

    Finally it is here, filled with high quality images taken by Stephan Kleinlein on the island, plus lots of island info facts.

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    It takes you around the main island, all the way to Balls Pyramid, Admiralty Islands and back.

    Top images from underwater, below the waves, amongst the sharks.
    From high up, surrounded by endless numbers of sea birds gathering every year on Lord Howe Island.
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  • Azores. The green wonder of Atlantic.


    Azores - an extremely green and isolated place, with a unique climate and ecstatic scenery.
    In this episode we will travel to San Miguel, Faial, Flores Islands and see what the largest endemic collection of plants and birds in the world looks like.

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  • If You See This While Swimming, Get Out of the Water Right Away #2


    When the sun is hot, and you need an escape - nothing beats a dip in a cool body of water, like your local rivers, or lakes, the ocean... But if you see any of these things in the water, do whatever it takes to get back on land. Seriously!!! You don’t want a grizzly bear to mistake you for a salmon. You don’t want to be in the water when a Komodo dragon decides to island hop.And do not get in the water when two huge crocs decide it’s time to rendezvous. If You See This While Swimming, Get Out of the Water Right Away #2

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  • Greenland - The Largest Island in the World


    Fjords, glaciers and the highest mountains in the Arctic: East Greenland with its spectacular nature is one of the most sparsely populated regions on earth. The people here live in extreme isolation and depend on helicopter flights for their supplies. Despite harsh conditions, the inhabitants here lovingly maintain their traditions and enjoy their outdoor leisure time even at minus 20 degrees Celsius.

    The town of Tasiilaq is the metropolis with 4,000 inhabitants and offers a very special attraction: the only ski lift on the east coast. Thomas Mikaelsen, the lift attendant, is not to be envied for his job. The only 100 meter long lift comes from Switzerland and is already 20 years old. If Thomas gets the drag lift running at all, it often only lasts for an hour. Then the ski crazy's luck depends on his repair skills. The lift is the only frosty open-air pleasure.

    For Salo Kunuk his sled dogs are both pleasure and work. He is currently teaching his daughter Karla how to steer a dog sled, private driving lessons from her father, so to speak. Karla will need it, because in the eternal ice the sled is the only means of transportation.

    Tobias Ignatiussen owns a motorized sled version with 100 HP. He goes, like already his ancestors, on seal hunt. Only with the help of the snowmobile he can reach ice-free places in the fjord. Despite strict hunting restrictions, the Inuit still depend on seal meat and fur to survive.

    A tradition almost as important as hunting is the tupilak, small figures from Greenlandic mythology, made from whale teeth or reindeer antlers. Gideon Quqe made it to the master as a carver, and some of his tupilaks look quite spooky. Because from his ancestors, Gideon knows that the tupilak was intended by its owner to be used as an evil spirit to harm the enemy. Nowadays Gideon also carves nice looking figures, because lucky charms simply sell better.

    At the Klubben, Tasiilaq's only pub, the concert of the year is on: the local combo Dubbi Band, named after the nickname of band leader Tobias Sanimuinaq, performs. They call their wild musical style Greenland Swing. Even in the middle of the white wilderness you can make your audience dance.

  • A wintery journey to the Arctic Circle - By Nordland railway across Norway


    The Nordland Railway in Norway, travels from Trondheim through the isolated regions of Trendelag and Nordland. After Mo I Rana, it traverses the Arctic Circle and ends in the northern Norwegian town of Bodø. The railway covers a distance of some 729 kilometres, passing by dense, snow-covered forests, frozen fjords and snow-capped mountains. Temperatures of sometimes minus 30 degrees are quite normal here for months, on many days there is no more than five hours of daylight. Kindergarten teacher Kaia Aarstrand und her husband, Bjørnar, a technician for the municipality, live with their four boys in Aursletta, deep within the Vistenfjord, far away from civilization. All made possible by the Norwegian state: electricity, mobile phone connection and a speedboat that brings the family to school and to work. But when the Vistenfjord freezes up, the family is isolated for days. Tormod Schøning spends hours on end on his Saltfjellet whenever snowstorms occur and he has to clear the only road connection between North and South Norway with his snow plough. For the duration of his shifts, Tormod lives in the snow plough station.

  • NASA Captures Worlds Biggest Tsunami Waves Heading Towards Land


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  • Ancient Super Navies | Ancient Discoveries | Full Episode | History


    Using the latest scientific techniques to solve the greatest mysteries of the ancient world's naval technology, our team of underwater detectives and elite naval commandos are investigating legends, in Season 4, Episode 2, Ancient Super Navies.


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  • Prince of the Alps - The Secrets of Nature


    The red deer is he biggest and the most common species in Central Europe. It's still there because of its adaptability; when hunters intruded into their habitat and pushed them further back in the forest, the reed deer survived. This film will focus on the difference between the commonly confused red deer and roe and portrays the surrounding animal world of the red deer. It will also show dangers the deer is exposed to due to the reappearance of wolves and bears and an overbearing human presence.

  • Forces of Nature | Part 1 | The Grand Sweep of Nature | Free Documentary Nature


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

    This original documentary series offers you an unprecedented perspective to observe China.
    China covers a vast area of over 5,200 kilometers from east to west, crossing 62 degrees of longitude and five time zones. When the Wusuli River on the easternmost end sees the sky filled with morning glow, the Pamirs on the westernmost end are still in a starry night.

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


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  • Ancient Underground Tunnels 2020 Documentary Subterranean Worlds Span The Entire Earth


    Watch this until the end and you will get a revealing insight into what these tunnels are now being used for. An ancient tunnel system may have spanned the entire Earth, from continent to continent. Seems hard to believe at first but there are many legends and tales of subterranean worlds scattered throughout old texts. There are also fascinating caves and cities that have been discovered under our feet, but no one seems to know who built them or for what purpose. Some people an advanced civilization built them in a time before recorded history. Could they be right?

  • Central Sweden - A Trip to the Country and its People | Free Documentary Nature


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    Sweden, right up on the border with Norway, 150 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle: Here Heidi Andersson lives in a village called Ensamheten - loneliness. That's why everyone stays together, works with wood and in agriculture, and practices the same sport - arm wrestling. Heidi is an eight times world champion in this unusual sport for women and enjoys her life in solitude.

    The Baltic Sea coast in southern Lapland: Here you can find the herring delicacy surstromming, the sour herring. And as is so often the case with specialties, opinions differ - the smell and taste are definitely unique.
    Our journey then leads into the forests and swamps of Sweden. Around 400,000 moose live in the whole country. But you can hardly see them. Unless you visit Sune Häggmark. He takes care of orphaned and sick animals. Tourists have made it a business for him.

    Sundborn is located in the heart of central Sweden. After a visit to the pilgrimage site for Sweden fans from all over the world - the house of the most popular Swedish painter Carl Larsson - the trip to Sweden ends with Peter Mosten. He produces birch champagne. To do this, he drills holes in the trunks and taps the birch trees with them. He presses sparkling wine from the juice according to a secret recipe. Business is booming, and so he has set himself the goal of one day bringing 50,000 liters onto the market


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  • Capella Lodge - A Luxury Island Escape on Lord Howe Island, NSW


    Official video from Capella Lodge, a luxury lodge located on the tiny Lord Howe Island off the coast of NSW, east of Port Macquarie. This tropical island paradise has spectacular scenery, notably the topography which features steep cliffs jutting up from the turquoise waters of sandy lagoons. Commanding stunning views of these cliffs and the surrounding ocean, Capella Lodge is a secluded luxury destination where relaxation ensues. The Lodge offers scenic and stylish accommodations that blend seamlessly into the surroundings, with opportunities for fine dining where you can sample fresh local produce or unwind at the Capella Spa. The island is ripe to explore, with plenty of places to hike, swim and snorkel, and with a limit of 400 guests permitted on the island at any one time, it will feel like your own personal paradise.

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  • Yellowstone - The Breathtaking Beauty of Americas First National Park | Free Documentary Nature


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    Yellowstone National Park is an American national park located in the western United States, largely in the northwest corner of Wyoming and extending into Montana, and Idaho. It was established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872. Yellowstone was the first national park in the U.S. and is also widely held to be the first national park in the world. The park is known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, especially Old Faithful geyser, one of its most popular. While it represents many types of biomes, the subalpine forest is the most abundant. It is part of the South Central Rockies forests ecoregion.


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  • Unexpected Beauty and Unequal Duels in Saguaro National Park


    Saguaro National Park is an American national park in Pima County, southeastern Arizona. The 92,000-acre (37,000 ha) park consists of two separate areas—the Tucson Mountain District (TMD) about 10 miles west of the city of Tucson and the Rincon Mountain District (RMD) about 10 miles east of the city—that preserve Sonoran Desert landscapes, fauna, and flora, including the giant saguaro cactus.

    An inventory of medium and large mammals in the park confirmed the presence of 30 species in Saguaro National Park between 1999 and 2008. Of these, 21 were found in the Tucson Mountain District and 29 in the Rincon Mountain District. A partial list of the park's mammals includes cougars, coyotes, bobcats, white-tailed deer, mule deer, javelinas, gray foxes, black-tailed jackrabbits, desert cottontails, ring-tailed cats, white-nosed coatis, ground squirrels, and packrats. One endangered mammal, the lesser long-nosed bat, lives part of the year in the park and part of the year in Mexico.

    The wide range of habitats in the park supports a diverse population of birds including some, such as the vermilion flycatcher and the whiskered screech owl, uncommon elsewhere in the United States. Among the park's 107 bird species are great horned owls, cactus wrens, ravens, kestrels, turkey vultures, roadrunners, woodpeckers, hawks, quails, and hummingbirds, and one threatened species, the Mexican spotted owl.

    The park's 36 reptile species include desert tortoises, diamondback rattlesnakes (one of the more commonly seen snakes), coral snakes, Gila monsters, short-horned lizards, spiny lizards, and zebra-tailed lizards. Despite the aridity, three amphibian species inhabit the park: the canyon tree frog, the lowland leopard frog, and Couch's spadefoot, which lives in burrows, emerging to breed during summer rains. Forest fires, which create erosion-prone burned areas, have destroyed many of the leopard frog's breeding pools, which fill with sediment. The Arizona Game and Fish Department lists the lowland leopard frog as a species of special concern.

    Urban sprawl, air and water pollution, noise, light pollution, and a range of habitat restricted by human infrastructure put stress on the park's mammals and other animals, but the most serious immediate threat to them is roadkill. About 50,000 vertebrates a year die on the park's roads when they are hit by a vehicle. The Rincon Mountain District has few roads, but Picture Rocks Road, an east–west commuter highway crossing the Tucson Mountain District, is highly dangerous to wildlife. Attempts in 2002 to convert it to a hiking trail failed after the proposal met with stiff public resistance.

  • Behind New Zealands 100% Pure Image lies a Dirty Truth | Foreign Correspondent


    New Zealand’s clean, green image hides a dirty truth. Polluted by intensive dairy farming, its waterways are some of the most degraded in the world. Will the Ardern government clean it up or will the Maori step in?

    It’s a toxic brew of dirty water and big business. And it’s jeopardising New Zealand’s ‘100% pure’ clean, green image.

    New Zealand’s pristine landscapes and stunning vistas have made it a magnet for tourists and film directors. Its dairy exports have taken the world by storm.

    But behind this success story lies a shocking reality. New Zealand has some of the most polluted rivers in the developed world.

    Scientists blame the ‘white gold rush’ – the rapid expansion of the country’s hugely successful dairy industry, worth around $15 billion a year.

    Correspondent Yaara Bou Melhem travels to the South Island of New Zealand to investigate an issue which is dividing communities.

    She finds rivers contaminated with high levels of nitrogen nitrates, run-off from intensive farming practices.

    In some cases, this run-off causes toxic algal blooms posing a danger to people and animals. It can make rivers un-swimmable.

    “When you have excessive nutrients and sediments coming into the system, these blooms can really take off,” says freshwater ecologist and local councillor Lan Pham. “It just fuels this disconnection with the river.”

    The Ardern government, which was re-elected in a landslide last year, has promised to clean up.

    “I want our waterways to be swimmable again,” said Ardern in the lead up to last year’s election. “We’re putting in place standards that…stop the degradation.”

    The government has introduced limits on the level of nitrates allowed in freshwater but these reforms have left no-one happy. Ecologists warn they’ve set the level too high and that this could be damaging to life in the rivers.

    Many farmers claim the levels are set too low and will destroy the dairy industry.

    “We will have a dislocation of thousands upon thousands of people,” warns South Island dairy farmer John Sunckell.

    “Do we want to get rid of agriculture? It becomes that blunt with the numbers.”

    New Zealand’s wealthiest Maori tribe has stepped into the stalemate. Ngai Tahu, whose territory spans a large swathe of the South Island, has filed a landmark high court claim over the freshwater in its tribal lands.

    “There’s been a failure of government, there’s been a failure of the market and the only one standing with any credibility on this is the Maori’,” says the lead claimant in the case, Dr Tau.

    It’s a huge battle over this most precious natural resource – freshwater – and there’s no end in sight.

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  • The Secret Islands of the Everglades


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    The Everglades is a water world — It’s the widest and slowest river in the United States. But in the heart of this great water body exist secret islands that have outsize importance for the cultural heritage of a people and for the biodiversity of this important wetland. Thousands of these tree islands dot the Everglades. For generations, the Miccosukee people have called these islands home. And they’ve long understood that the islands are a giver of life in this unforgiving environment. The islands are some of the only dry land around and harbor a surprising diversity of plant and animal life, including: coyotes, bobcat, bear, and even the Florida panther. But among the scientific establishment, the islands are little understood. Researchers from the Miccosukee tribe are working to understand how animals use the islands and what role they play in the larger Everglades ecosystem. With the islands under threat from outside forces, their studies have taken on increased urgency. What they’re finding could be key to preserving the Miccosukee culture and the balance of life in this great river.
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  • Deadly Game - Nature’s Greatest Escapes


    For some creatures just getting from A to B can be dangerous, they have to use their wits and instinct to guide them. Luckily sometimes that’s enough, and when those emergency responses kick in it can lead to some of nature’s greatest escapes…

    It’s a dangerous world and some animals seek sanctuary in burrows, others climb high to get out of harm’s way. Camouflaged species sometimes lie still, hoping to escape detection and others rely on speed.

    Many animals have special adaptions to help them, like acute senses or powerful limbs to hop or run from danger. And for animals with fewer skills there is always the option to having helpful neighbours – giraffes for example. With their 6 metre height they are like a watch tower, and when one spots danger it sounds the alarm and facilitates another great escape.

  • One Cat to rule them all - Is the Lion the true King of Beasts?


    There are 41 members of the cat’s family, all are the embodiment of grace and power, spectacular top predators that command our respect. This dramatic special reviews the feline family to find out whether there really is one Top Cat to rule them all. From pussy cats to Siberian tigers, all cats are predators and built for the kill. All have elongated, flexible spines to aid agility, most have the characteristic long tail to help them balance as they perform high-speed turns and they are all ambush predators. To explore the cats world this special brings together dramatic predation footage from a cheetahs sprint to the death struggles of a jaguar and caiman, it shares intimate moments in the lives of cats, and portrays the excitement and danger of life for kittens, as they learn the skills they will need to become Top Cat.

  • Scorpions - Death on 8 legs


    Wherever they turn up, one thing is always the same: they are photophobic creatures and they are poisonous. Some of them are among the most poisonous animals on Earth. They have been on the planet for 400 million years and have since conquered all continents, settling in the most varied habitats, including arid areas as well as hot and humid rainforests: scorpions!

  • Historys Greatest Mysteries: Shipwrecked WWII Gold in Lost Submarine | History


    A team follows up on Roger Miklos’ claim that a German U-boat filled with gold shipwrecked under the waters of Turks and Caicos, in this clip from Season 2, Hunting Hitler's U-Boats.


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    Incredible discoveries uncovered within “History’s Greatest Mysteries” include a 100-plus-year-old box filled with the investigative findings of Lord Mersey, the man charged with leading the official inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic, and a personal diary from Major Jesse Marcel, the first person to investigate the wreckage in Roswell, NM believed to contain coded clues to what really happened that night in 1947. In addition, for the first time, the family of John Wilkes Booth is releasing 60 boxes of sealed family documents and allowing a DNA test that may hold the answers to whether he truly died in a fire following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, or if he faked his death as many believe.

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  • Lord Howe Island The Garden of Eden between Australia and New Zealand, where not everyone can get


    On our planet, badly damaged by human hands, there are not so many corners where almost pristine nature with unique inhabitants has been preserved. Among them is the small island of Lord Howe - a real pearl of the Pacific Ocean.

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  • Women divers of the Atauro Island I SLICE


    In Adara, a little village on the Atauro island, only women dive. The island which is located in the Indonesian Archipelago, now belongs to Timor Leste. The women there, started to fish because everything went dry and it was impossible to make any plants grow, so little by little, they gave up on the gardens. Here, family is the backbone of the community, so anything caught during fishing will be shared among everyone.

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  • Lord Howe Island???? Hidden Paradise of NSW???? NSW Travel


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    Australia's Lord Howe Island is famous for its beauty and unique mix of plants and animals.

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  • What Really Happened In The Garden Of Eden?


    Our first ancestors were Adam and Eve created by God and placed in the Garden of Eden. Everything was perfect for them, and their only restriction was never to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. Eve succumbed and ate the fruit and persuaded Adam to eat also. When God found out he kicked them out of the Garden of Eden, and prevented them from eating the fruit of the Tree of Life ever again. This video looks at what really happened in the Garden to Adam and Eve. Their decisions changed all of our lives from that point on.

  • Lord Howe Island Australia Scenic Flight | DA62 MSFS 2020


    Today we are visiting Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Australia. Our virtual scenic flight departs Lord Howe Island Airport. We takeoff and fly a loop of this remote island passing Lagoon Beach, Old Settlement Beach, North Head, Old Gulch, Kim's Lookout, Ned's Beach, Blinky Beach, Mount Lidgbird, Erskine Valley, Mount Gower, South Head, King Point and other beautiful beaches and forest. Landing back at the airport.

  • DOCUMENTARY On The Economy Of New Zealand | Healthcare | Space Race | Virtual Filmmaking


    Take a ride with Ashlee Vance from Auckland to Wellington. We learn about how technology evolved among people who lived in isolation from the rest of the world and each other along the way. We meet an entrepreneur working out of his garage to improve healthcare, a team working to send New Zealand into the space race, and we end up learning about New Zealand's can-do attitude.

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  • The Inner Hebrides - Scotlands Island Paradise | Free Documentary Nature


    The Inner Hebrides - Scotland's Island Paradise | Nature Documentary

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    The Inner Hebrides surprise with green hills, fine sandy beaches and a mild climate, at least as far as Scottish conditions allow. This is ensured by the currents of the Gulf Stream, as well as the Scottish archipelago being protected by its sister islands, which belong to the Outer Hebrides. More than half of the almost 80 islands are uninhabited. Loneliness has made the people rather inventive.

    On Tiree Island, mathematics, history and physics from the mainland arrive in the classroom per mouseclick. Dr Mauvis Gore and Prof. Rupert Ormond cast off from the island of Mull, after setting a course to encounter a basking shark. The cetohinus maximus is the world's second largest fish and the two scientists are absolutely convinced that the waters surrounding the Mull constitute the mating grounds for the basking sharks.

    A logistical challenge takes place on the Isle of Easdale each September. Then, around 400 people populate the tiny slate island. Donals Mellon Melville organises the World Skimming Championships, a World Cup in jumping stones. This is all about the distance they are thrown and they must only hop above the water twice.


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  • The Intelligent Russian Bears That Roam Kamchatka | Our World


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    It is an isolated place, difficult to reach and until recently closed to film crews. The bears that live there, which are the largest in the world, survive in a stunning and surreal landscape. All around are steaming geysers and boiling pools of mud. Oblivious to the dangers, the grizzlies soak themselves in thermal springs to warm up. This film highlights Kamchatka's unique scenery, the bears' fascinating behaviour, intelligence and their ferocity.

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  • Happy Rain I SLICE I Full documentary


    Every year, streams and rivers descending from China, Nepal, Bhutan and India, swell, overflow, flood and nourish the Bangladeshi land throughout the long monsoon months.
    In Daudkandi, 2 hours south-east of Dhaka, the capital, Morshed Millat Sakiul, wanted to find a way to transform this terrible floods into an opportunity, so he created a NGO to exploit the lands and build infrastructures of fish farming. A beautiful story of hope and determination that continues to evolve before our very eyes 15 years later.

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  • The Search For The Lost Mayan Citadel Of La Carona | Quest For The Lost City | Odyssey


    A set of inscribed panels carved by the ancient Maya people of Central America inspired Dr Neil Brodie of Cambridge University, an expert on the looting of archaeological treasures, to mount an expedition to the jungles of Guatemala. Their mission - to find the lost city from which the stone panels came.

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  • Atlantis Rising… Ongoing Enigma of A Lost Civilization & E.T Contact


    COAST TO COAST AM INSIDER Archived Show - Author Brad Steiger discussed his landmark work, Atlantis Rising, which was one of the first books to cover the study of lost civilizations and alien contact. Atlantis serves as a symbol in our collective conscious and represents a world or global civilization before our own, he said.
    Steiger shared a number of theories about Atlantis. Edgar Cayce's vision was of a civilization that developed a super-science, yet eventually destroyed itself in a nuclear war. There is evidence of nuclear battles in prehistoric times, with vitrified cities, Steiger detailed. Another theory suggests that Atlanteans withdrew to underwater colonies. The many appearances of USOs (unidentified submerged objects) could indicate these colonies are still active, he suggested.
    Other theories about Atlantis include a retreat to the Hollow Earth, a metaphor for the Garden of Eden, and ET lore about their home world that was passed down to humans. There is physical evidence that humans existed on this planet far longer than we've been led to believe, Steiger noted, citing a fossilized sandal print on a trilobite from 250 million years ago

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    This 1970s color film (Part 2 of 2) created by Wisconsin accountant and amateur filmmaker Norman E. Schley offers a travelogue view of New Zealand, with music and SFX sans narration, which was intended to be provided during in-person screenings by the touring filmmaker himself. Architectural landmarks, natural features, and cultural activities of Greymouth, Wellington, Rotorua, and Northland are depicted in this colorful Kiwi picture postcard (TRT: 43:59).

    “Focus” leader over the image of a poolside sleigh (0:07). Flowers in bloom. Coastal views show winding roads, rocky coastlines, and naturally eroded tunnels of sea water (0:19). Punakaiki or “Pancake Rocks.” A panorama of the rocky area between Westport and Greymouth on the edge of the Paparoa National Park (0:48). An automobile bridge. An IGA market: “Nimmo’s Self Service Food Centre” (1:37). Train cars loaded with logs. Downtown Greymouth. A hotel, “Revingtons.” A church exterior. Greymouth High School (1:55). Westland Greenstone Shop, Tancred St., Hokitika. A sign: “Jade Lapadarians.” An interview with the lady proprietor (2:20). Inside the shop, a spinning blade. Men polish precious stones. Decorative inlay work. Jewelry on display (3:19). (4:12). On a map, a pen points from Wellington to Rotorua, then the Northland (4:17). An interview with a doctor from a Tasmania vaccine laboratory, who sterilizes surgeon’s gloves using gamma rays (4:27). Inside the laboratory, boxes of sterilized gloves, control panels. A “Gammatised” sticker (5:32). A funicular. A Wellington city bus and urban architecture (6:38). A bollard, mooring line, and shipping freighter, the Taranui. Wellington’s “Overseas Terminal” harbor. A seagull, a man on an anchor, seaside homes (7:18). A woman on a bench feeds pigeons. A man eats meat on a stick. “Cuba Mall.” Pedestrians. A kinetic sculpture with water (8:43). A funicular. A scenic overlook on Mount Victoria (9:20). A plane deploys landing gear. A young diver jumps off a footbridge in Rotorua (9:54). Steaming Pohutu Geyser in the Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley (10:44). The surrounding geothermal park burbles, belches gas from puddles of mud (11:20). Indigeonous men chant, dancing in native dress (12:18). Maori women dancers join, swinging poi balls to vocal accompaniment (13:29). A statue of a Maori Warrior. Maori wood carvings at the entrance to Whakarewarewa village (15:43). A Maori textile weaver, woodcarving (16:02). Downtown Rotorua’s National Bank of New Zealand, post office, “Grand Hotel.” A “panelbeater” repairs an auto body (16:46). Steam valves. “The Inferno,” bubbling hot springs. Our host chats with a young girl near a sign: “We Are Not Kidding, You Risk Your Life If You Wander From the Paths.” Men bathe in waterfalls (17:19). A Maori woman describes natural steam cooking. The restaurant menu of “Hell’s Gate at Tikitere.” Trays of lamb meat, carrots, potatoes, chicken in a steam cooker (18:08). Diners eat. Our host, wearing a bib: “I’m a genuine Kiwi” rubs noses with the hostess (20:15). Shearing a sheep with electric clippers. Our host emerges from a pile of wool (20:29). Fishermen board a boat in rainy weather (21:58). Driving through steaming hills (22:48). A pipeline, electrical plant, eruption (23:27). A hot springs pool at the Wairakei resort hotel. A private golf course (24:53). An aqueduct opens (25:41). Tane Mahuta and Te Matua Ngahere, giant kauri trees in the Waipoua Forest of Northland (26:46). Clearing trees, logging (27:32). Cows at pasture, milking at a dairy (28:48). Girls in plaid skirts play basketball. Kids play on a beach (30:03). A man at the helm of a ferry. Dock fishing. A cat and a boy with sardines. Older men smile (31:02). Panoramas of the Northland coast (32:27). Dredging for oysters (32:40). A sightseeing boat. Passengers, seabirds. A sandbar (34:23). Sunset (35:50). A trapped chicken, corrals of cattle, farmers. A shepherd on horseback (36:29). A coastal panorama. Kite fishing (37:52). A bus tour embarks (39:12). A dirt road leads to a photo op. An arched rock. Beaches (40:30). Cape Reinga Lighthouse (41:45). A hitchhiker and the host trade places. “The End” (43:10).

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  • By train through the picturesque Scottish Lowlands


    The first part of this journey through Scotland begins in the colourful and vibrant capital, Edinburgh. It takes us through the rolling hills of the Scottish Lowlands, en route to the wild, picturesque east coast and Aberdeen. There are new and exciting views behind every bend: heath-covered hills with a magically purple glow, beautiful lakes and forests of the deepest shades of green. The breath-taking camerawork for this documentary received the Columbus Film Award.

  • Family took in a scary cat. No one could have imagined what it would turn into in a loving family


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