An estimated 1,600 giant pandas now survive in the wild, in a few mountain ranges in the central Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Shaanxi, and Gansu. Pandas once roamed lowland areas, but were chased out by farming, forest clearing, and other human development. Once nearing extinction, recent efforts to preserve and multiply the population have revitalized the species. Distributed by TubeMogul.explore™ (http://explore.org) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.
Kira is an ordinary dog with extraordinary friends. Each day, she leaves boring canine pursuits on the shore and heads out to sea to do something much more exciting: swim with wild dolphins. Watch the magical dog-and-dolphin encounter in this nature video filmed in the pristine waters of Ponta do Ouro in Mozambique. Music: Miike Snow 'Animal' http://www.miikesnow.com/ Special thanks: Somente Aqua Dolphin Centre http://www.somenteaqua.com/ Visit www.earth-touch.com for more amazing videos of the natural world
What's the best way to explore a reef? Get a local guide! On this dive, that guide just happens to be a massive potato bass ... and it leads our camera crew right into the throng of underwater activity on one of the healthiest reef ecosystems left on our planet.
http://www.earthtouch.tv There's some major underwater traffic along South Africa's eastern coast: dozens of massive whale sharks -- the world's biggest fish -- have been spotted powering their way along it each day. The Earth Touch crew dives in to investigate.
It was meant to be a rest day for the Earth Touch crew in Palau, but it's difficult to take time off when you're filming in paradise! Cameraman Barry Skinstad can't resist taking a quick dive to film the fascinating symbiotic relationship between the ever-alert goby and the obsessively tidy shrimp.
Don't let the plush, downy appearance of the velvet worm fool you, these curious creatures hunt their insect prey by spraying them with an adhesive mucous before sucking out their insides! Equipped with an olloclip macro attachment, our iPhone camera gets up close and personal with the writhing plushness that is the velvet worm.
It's an underwater landscape just waiting to be explored: from fascinating coral formations and countless fish to majestic rays, eels and even a tiny-but-ferocious mantis shrimp. Welcome to South Africa's Ribbon Reef.
At more than 15 feet long, weighing up to 1,000 pounds, and living for as many as 100 years, the Chinese sturgeon is a large fresh water fish, though it does spend part of its life-cycle in seawater, like the salmon. Along with the giant panda, the 140-million year-old species is a symbol of national pride, and is also in danger of becoming extinct due to human's negative impact on its habitat. Distributed by TubeMogul.explore™ (http://explore.org) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.
http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Cheetahs on the move! After months of waiting and planning, three adult breeding cheetahs -- Mikka, Shadow and Savannah -- are relocating to new & bigger enclosures. But before anyone can move house, there's some tranquilizing to do ... and that's a pretty tricky business!
Big Cat Rescue recently installed a solar power system thanks to the generous support of The Body Shop Foundation, C1 Bank, TECO-Tampa Electrical and Solar Energy Management. We're so happy that the sanctuary was given the opportunity to help save the planet by utilizing green energy sources and we hope to expand in the future!Check in on our solar power system here: http://bigcatrescue.org/2012/solarSolar Energy Management: http://solarenergymgmt.com/WEBSITE: http://www.bigcatrescue.orgFACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/bigcatrescueGOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/115333849859181638977/postsTWITTER: http://twitter.com/BigCatRescueDONATE: http://www.bigcatrescue.org/donate.htmBIG CAT SHOP: http://www.bigcatrescue.biz/servlet/StoreFrontTHANK YOU!
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http://www.earthtouch.tv/ Meet Peter and Sean -- crocodile farmers. In this episode, they've got the unenviable task of moving some huge (and aggressive) crocodiles from one farm to another. This is not for the faint-hearted!
http://www.earth-touch.com It's a termite feast fit for royalty in this nature video clip! When countless termites take to the air to mate, birds flock to the scene for a feeding frenzy ... and even lions can't resist the spectacle.
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